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Woody (Tom Hanks) and Bo Peep (Annie Potts) reunite in Toy Story 4. Pixar/Disney/Pixar hide caption

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The work and impact of iconic writer Toni Morrison is surveyed in a new documentary directed by filmmaker and portrait photographer Timothy Greenfield-Sanders. Timothy Greenfield-Sanders/Magnolia Pictures hide caption

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Meryl Streep joined the second season of the HBO series Big Little Lies. Jennifer Clasen/HBO hide caption

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Authentic Brands Group, which bought Sports Illustrated in May, has now licensed its print and digital publishing rights to another company. Mark Lennihan/AP hide caption

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Opinion: Here's A Dad Joke! What Does The Buffalo Tell His Son In The Morning?

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Olivia Wilde attends the LA Special Screening Booksmart at Ace Hotel on May 13, 2019. Frazer Harrison/Getty Images hide caption

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Phoebe Waller-Bridge is the creator and star of Fleabag, now streaming on Amazon. Amazon hide caption

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Tetris, an addictive brain-teasing video game, is shown as played on the Nintendo Entertainment System in New York, June 1990. Its creator, a Soviet computer programmer, explained the game appeals to people's "constructive spirit." Richard Drew /Associated Press hide caption

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Happy Birthday, Tetris. 35 Years Later You're As Addictive And Tetromino-y As Ever

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Jean Grey (Sophie Turner) battles her rage — and a cosmic case of combination skin — in Dark Phoenix. Twentieth Century Fox hide caption

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