Holly George-Warren

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The 400-year-old play is being reimagined by the Shakespeare Center of Los Angeles as a virtual live-action graphic novel. You can stream it on-demand until July 30.

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Downtown LA’s Tower Theatre officially became the site of a new Apple store on June 24.

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Barry Diller, who made his name as a powerful studio boss, recently told NPR that “the movie business is over.”

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