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The most-requested photo in the history of the National Archives has inspired a movie, Elvis & Nixon, about the improbable but true meeting of two of the most iconic figures of the 20th century. And I have some prizes to […]

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TIME has a terrific list of Netflix hacks to make sure you are getting the most out of the streaming service. Most useful — adjusting streaming rate to get rid of the annoying buffer pauses. Sneakiest: erasing your history.

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“Finding Dory” writer/director Andrew Staunton says that we’ve been missing the ultimate Pixar secret hiding in every one of their movies.

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“Die Hard with a Vengeance,” the third of the “Die Hard” movies, came out in 1995. The script was original designed as a “Lethal Weapon” sequel, and though Samuel L. Jackson and Bruce Willis had appeared in two of the […]

YouTube Spaces has launched a new program for women filmmakers. 51 channels from 6 cities around the world with a combined subscriber reach of over 43 million subscribers produced content as part of a special YouTube initiative to spotlight and […]

Discovery Times Square has a fabulous exhibit of “Star Wars” costumes and props, from all seven films, with fascinating behind the scenes details and commentary from the people who created the costumes — and the people who wore them. The […]

I love Waze, the GPS/traffic app and use it all the time. And it has been a blast to try out some of the voices they offer — from boy band to British to C-3PO. This is the best, though. […]

These are adorable! Some of them even have light saber heels, and the Chewbacca tribute shoes are furry. And the designer, Irregular Choice, has a sensational Alice in Wonderland (Disney version) selection as well.

You love British television but can’t tell Derbyshire from Yorkshire, or Bath from Bristol? Here’s a map that shows you exactly where all your favorite characters are. Look for “Downton Abbey,” “The Office,” “Poldark,” “Call the Midwife,” and, of course, […]

Fandango Movieclips asked kids to explain the stories of the Oscar-nominated films and it is adorable. I’d actually prefer some of their versions to the films that were actually made.