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Paula Hawkins Prepares To Dive 'Into The Water'

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Bert Berns (left) and Jerry Wexler (right) wrote The Drifters' "I Don't Want to Go On Without You" in 1964. (But when the music business drove them apart, they did anyway.) Abramorama hide caption

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'Dear White People' Creator Calls The Netflix Series 'A Conversation Starter'

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This Time, 'Dear White People' Is Not So Much About Them

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For 'New York Times' Obit Writers, 'Death Is Never Solicitous Of A Deadline'

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The few fertile women remaining in the oppressive Republic of Gilead must serve as reproductive surrogates for powerful leaders in the TV adaptation of Margaret Atwood's 1985 dystopian novel, The Handmaid's Tale. George Kraychyk/Hulu hide caption

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'Handmaid's Tale' Wants You To Feel Like 'This Could Happen Here'

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Filmmaker Jonathan Demme, Director Of 'Silence Of The Lambs,' Dies At 73

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