Entertainment

How ‘Dunkirk’ Reimagines History

Christopher Nolan’s war movie is as intriguing for what it leaves out as what it puts in. read more Hollywood Reporter

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Critic’s Notebook: TV’s Fabulously Fake Summer

Television has long been obsessed with authenticity, but this summer’s most vital shows are defined by artifice, embellishment and make-believe. read more Hollywood Reporter

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A Year After Larry Wilmore, Comedy Central Sets Sights on Late-Night Stability

Network president Kent Alterman also looks to reboot ‘@midnight’ — possibly with a new host. read more Hollywood Reporter

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‘Black Panther,’ ‘Thor’ Casts Unite for First Marvel Family Photo (Exclusive)

Backstage at Comic-Con, THR captured Cate Blanchett, Michael B. Jordan, Mark Ruffalo and more in the first-ever star-studded portrait of the next phase of the Marvel Cinematic Universe read more Hollywood Reporter

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Comic-Con 2017: Winners and Losers From the TV and Film Panels

THR breaks down what you missed (or didn’t) from four insane days of fanboy news. read more Hollywood Reporter

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Comic-Con 2017: All the TV Trailers (So Far)

Not in San Diego? Check out the latest footage from all the new and returning series at the convention. read more Hollywood Reporter

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Two Dead on a Tom Cruise Movie Shoot: A Plane Crash in Colombia, Lawsuits and a Survivor Speaks Out

Was a tragedy during the production of Cruise’s ‘American Made’ preventable? Conflicting accounts and a pilot in a “death pool” raise questions about safety and the filmmakers’ role in it all: “Hollywood cut corners.” read more Hollywood Reporter

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‘Game of Thrones’ Bosses Defend ‘Confederate’ Sci-Fi Slave Drama: “The Concern Is Real”

The project elicited controversy about its depiction of modern day slavery after it was announced by the pay cabler Wednesday. read more Hollywood Reporter

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