‘Hereditary’ review: Toni Collette reveals a sixth sense for icy terror

A grief-wracked artist specializing in miniatures is confronted by the inexplicable, not to mention the horrible, in Ari Aster’s feature debut “Hereditary.” A grief-wracked artist specializing in miniatures is confronted by the inexplicable, not to mention the horrible, in Ari Aster’s feature debut “Hereditary.”

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‘If You Don’t Know, It’s Your Job To Know’:…

The fallout continued over the weekend after Friday’s announcement that University of Southern California President C.L. Max Nikias was stepping down amid a scandal involving a health center gynecologist accused of sexual assault. The school said Nikias, along with school’s executive committee on its board of trustees, had decided he would resign from his post for his handling of sexual assault accusations against George Tyndall, a former gynecologist that had worked in the school’s health center for nearly 30 years.

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Hugh Grant rediscovers his creative spark

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Should Roseanne Barr’s Racism Ruin the Legacy of One of TV’s Greatest Sitcoms?

No matter what you read about supposed unease on the executive floors at ABC and Disney over Roseanne Barr’s views and behavior, all she had to do to keep the revival of her hit TV show on air was not express her racist views. By this point, the network seemed to be tacitly OK with her having those views .

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Manson: Four decades later, crimes still haunt

In January 1971 Charles Manson and three of his “Manson Family” followers were convicted for the grisly slaying of seven people at random in the summer of 1969, among them the pregnant actress Sharon Tate . The passage of more than four decades hasn’t dampened fascination with the murders, which prosecutor Vincent Bugliosi called the most bizarre in American history.

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Tarantino wrong to say Polanski rape was consensual, says victim Samantha Geimer

Samantha Geimer says Quentin Tarantino was dead wrong to suggest she welcomed her rape by Roman Polanski in 1977 — but she’s willing to cut the director some slack. In an exclusive interview with the Daily News, Geimer said she was surprised to wake up …

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Film Academy Expels Bill Cosby and Roman Polanski From Membership

The Board of Governors of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has voted to expel actor Bill Cosby and director Roman Polanski from its membership ranks. The decision to remove Cosby and Polanski from the membership was made Tuesday, May 1 at a …

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