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Bollywood and Hollywood Actor Irrfan Khan Dies After A Long Illness

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Actor Irrfan Khan has died at age 54, after an acclaimed film career in India and on the international stage. He's seen here in 2018, during a visit to Park City, Utah. Ray Tamarra/GC Images hide caption

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When It Comes To New Release Showings, A Drive-In Theater Stands Alone

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Chris Evans Plays A Prosecutor In 'Defending Jacob' Series

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Remembering Tony Award-Winning Character Actor Brian Dennehy

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Netflix's 'Sergio' Chronicles Life Of U.N. Diplomat Killed In 2003

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The new Lifetime movie The Clark Sisters: First Ladies of Gospel tells the story of the one of the most important gospel groups of the 20th century. Amanda Matlovich/Courtesy of Lifetime hide caption

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In New Film About Gospel Pioneers The Clark Sisters, The Music Comes First

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Brian Dennehy, known for his interpretations of characters created by Eugene O'Neill and Arthur Miller, has died at the age of 81. Mike Piscitelli /Dennehy Family hide caption

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