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The Internet is loving 'Black Panther,' calling film 'so good' and 'worth the hype'
Not only is the Marvel film being praised by critics, the high-profile black superhero movie is getting two thumbs up from viewers on Twitter.
Many female stars are expected to dress in monochrome for Sunday's ceremony as a statement of solidarity with victims of sexual harassment and abuse.
From biopics to more biopics, get to know the superheroic Chadwick Boseman's films before 'Black Panther.'
Spend your weekend reading 'Feel Free' by Zadie Smith. Plus more recommendations by USA TODAY's book reviewers.
"After 14 years together we have decided that ending our marriage is the best decision for our family," the Hollywood told USA TODAY in a joint statement.
"It was personally very helpful to me watching him suffer publicly," John Oliver says of his late-night rival Jimmy Kimmel. "And it was funny."
'Minneapolis Star Tribune': Dan Rowles, who'd worked with Keillor for 16 years before being fired, was source of sexual-misconduct allegations.
The video is introduced by the message, "The budget for this video was $996,631.90. We gave it all away. Don't tell the label."
The Grandmaster (Jeff Goldblum) comes to Earth and finds a new friend in an exclusive clip from the bonus features of 'Thor: Ragnarok.'
Late night host Jimmy Kimmel gave a tearful plea for President Trump to pursue gun control following the shooting at a Parkland, Florida school. Nathan Rousseau Smith has the story.