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'The Crown' still looks regal as Olivia Colman assumes the throne
"The Crown" ushers in a new cast, but the Netflix historical drama's compelling and regal formula -- exploring the obligations and indignities associated with the seemingly sun-drenched life of the British Royal Family -- remains the same, and indeed has only deepened as the principals advance into middle age.

Everything you need to know before watching season three of 'The Crown'
Practice your curtsy. "The Crown" returns to Netflix on Sunday, with Olivia Colman taking her seat on Queen Elizabeth II's throne as the series' new star.

Cheryl Ladd understands why we just can't quit 'Charlie's Angels'
"Charlie's Angels" is back -- again.

Taylor Swift's battle over her music escalates
The public battle between Taylor Swift and music manager Scooter Braun continues to escalate.

Some people really want Elsa to come out in 'Frozen II'
Speculation over Elsa's sexuality is ramping up in anticipation of "Frozen II."

Ashton Kutcher bought shoes for a Texas cross-country team after a text from a team mom
When Monica Gutierrez sent actor Ashton Kutcher a text and asked him to help her son's cross-country team get new shoes, she wasn't really expecting a response. After all, he's a celebrity with millions of followers on social media.

Sweet revenge: 'Jeopardy! James' Holzhauer wins the Tournament of Champions
He'll take victory for $250,000, Alex.

'Waves' cast on the ripples of life
The film "Waves" was a longtime coming for writer and director Trey Edward Shults.

Disney+ warns viewers that old movies may have 'outdated cultural depictions'
Viewers who signed up to stream Disney+ were greeted with disclaimers about racist and offensive content in some older movies.

Dwayne Johnson announces release date for 'Black Adam' superhero film
Can you smell what Dwayne Johnson is cooking for 2021? It's a "Black Adam" standalone film.

Jhené Aiko enlists ex-boyfriend Big Sean for 'None of Your Concern'
Get ready for the speculation that Jhené Aiko and Big Sean have reunited.

Inside the 'Sexiest Man Alive' selection
Hidden servers, hushed closed-door meetings and a covert photo shoot -- all part of the deeply secretive selection of People magazine's "Sexiest Man Alive."

Willie Nelson and Kacey Musgraves share a sweet duet
Willie Nelson took the CMA Awards stage for the first time since 2012, joining fellow country star Kacey Musgraves for a rendition of "Rainbow Connection," the song made famous by Kermit the Frog.

Carrie Underwood fans are not happy with the CMAs
Wednesday night's 53rd annual Country Music Association Awards was supposed to be about honoring the legendary women of the genre, but in the end one award resulted in what some viewed as the opposite of that.

'Last Christmas' twist explained
"Last Christmas" is based on the famous Wham! holiday song, but the film has a decided twist that has audiences buzzing.

When "The Crown" returns to Netflix on Sunday, the royals will look a little different
When "The Crown" returns to Netflix on Sunday, the royals will look a little different.

Mo'Nique files discrimination suit against Netflix
Academy Award-winning actress Mo'Nique has filed suit against streaming giant Netflix, alleging that they discriminated against her as a black woman.

Pink taking a break to focus on family
Pink has been working pretty hard and it sounds like she will be taking a step back in 2020.

Alicia Keys will return as host of the Grammy Awards in 2020
Alicia Keys is hosting the Grammy Awards again next year.

Taylor Swift's 'Lover' remix a duet with Shawn Mendes
Taylor Swift's "Lover" is now a duet.

Kelly Clarkson's kids interviewed Jason Momoa with adorable results
Kelly Clarkson's kids made a splash in their debut interview with "Aquaman" star Jason Momoa.

Harry Styles announces 2020 tour
Harry Styles is hitting the road.

Chrissy Teigen was ready for your John Legend Sexiest Man Alive shade
John Legend has been declared the "Sexiest Man Alive" and people have feelings.

'The Report' presents a heavy-handed look at the CIA torture program
"The Report" tackles a serious topic -- the CIA's use of torture after the Sept. 11 attacks, and the heroic attempt to make those practices public -- and turns it into a rather heavy-handed movie, one that nearly buckles under the weight of its own self-importance. Adam Driver leads the cast, in an Amazon release most notable for the flashbacks to what happened under the mandate to protect America.

'The Good Liar' can't make the most of its dream Mirren-McKellen pairing
The world-class pairing of Helen Mirren and Ian McKellen is the only calling card that "The Good Liar" needs. Yet even these two knighted performers -- in a rare star vehicle for a pair of senior citizens -- can't elevate this adaptation of Nicholas Searle's book, which clearly wants to be twisty and Hitchcockian but never quite gets there.

In 'Dollface,' Kat Dennings rediscovers her girlfriends after a bad breakup
The simplicity of "Dollface" doesn't make the show any less fun, although this slenderly conceived comedy vehicle for "2 Broke Girls" star Kat Dennings could easily have landed on a conventional broadcast network. As is, it's a nice addition to Hulu's lineup of originals, and a whole lot less depressing than "The Handmaid's Tale."

'Ford v. Ferrari' uses star power to click on all cylinders
With a great cast, fascinating story and old-school studio vibe, "Ford v. Ferrari" nearly clicks on all cylinders. Length-wise, the movie takes a few laps too many, with a (perhaps unavoidable) overabundance of racing scenes. Beyond that, it's a wonderfully polished product, proving that Hollywood can still make 'em like they used to.

'Marriage Story' explores the pain and confusion of divorce
"Marriage Story" is an ironic title for writer-director Noah Baumbach's latest foray into family dysfunction, since "Divorce Story" would be more accurate. There's method to that, however, in this look at how a couple reaches the point of divided harmony, with Adam Driver and Scarlett Johansson portraying the conflicted spouses.

See what's streaming in November
November is a month of gratitude for a reason.

'The Irishman' tests 'cinema' label while courting Oscar voters
Martin Scorsese caused a stir when he said that Marvel movies are "not cinema," arguing that huge comic-book franchises are more theme-park attractions than an attempt to convey "emotional, psychological experiences."