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"He doesn't care about your family. He doesn't care about anything other than winning," President Trump's ex-attorney, Michael Cohen, told Seth Meyers.
Actor-director John Leguizamo ("Latin History for Morons") is back with "Critical Thinking," a feel-good movie about a Miami high school chess team.
Director Shawn Levy, Ben Stiller, Carla Gugino, Owen Wilson and others staged a virtual "Night at the Museum" reunion 14 years after the first film came out.
With roles in HBOMax's "Unpregnant" and "Euphoria," model turned actress Barbie Ferreira is changing the way Hollywood thinks about inclusion: "People are starting to figure out that maybe they don't always cast actors who are super thin."
TV highlights for Sept. 13-19 include the return of "Archer" and a new cycle of "Dancing With the Stars"
"Disloyal," by Donald Trump's former lawyer and fixer, convicted for finance crimes and perjury, is a rake's progress of a Trump loyalist betrayed.
Hollywood wants to reopen and companies are asking crews to sign liability waivers should an on-set outbreak occur; lawyers say they might not be legal.
Director Paul Schrader needed five days to finish shooting "The Card Counter." Plus a shave for Oscar Isaac, who stars with Tiffany Haddish. How he did it.
Maryland, once home to a strict COVID-19 lockdown, has reopened its movie theaters and live music venues with social distancing. But it's surprisingly slow going.