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  1. Satanic Temple Sues Over Goat-Headed Statue in ‘Sabrina’ Series
    The temple objects to the Netflix show’s use of the muscled character with angel wings, alleging copyright infringement.
  2. Aretha Franklin Gospel Film Finally Has a Release Date, 46 Years After It Was Made
    An Oscar push is planned for “Amazing Grace,” which captures a transcendent performance by the Queen of Soul at a Baptist church in Los Angeles in 1972.
  3. WarnerMedia Plans to Unveil Streaming Service by End of 2019
    The service, which will include HBO shows and Warner movies, will put AT&T into direct competition with rivals like Netflix, Disney and Amazon.
  4. Academy Scraps Popular-Film Oscar in a Year That Doesn’t Need It
    Some of the year’s top-grossing films are already in the hunt for best picture, says our new Carpetbagger, Kyle Buchanan.
  5. ‘Beetlejuice’ Is Bringing Its Unholy Struggle to Broadway
    The “Beetlejuice” musical is adapted from Tim Burton’s 1988 comedy about the living and the dead vying for control of a haunted house.
  6. WarnerMedia Unveils Diversity Protocols for Movies and TV Shows
    Warner Bros., HBO and Turner Broadcasting must ensure that diverse actors and crew members are “considered” for jobs. Progress will be reported annually.
  7. For Some Viewers, ‘Crazy Rich Asians’ Is Not Asian Enough
    In Singapore, where the film was largely shot, detractors say the cast is unrepresentative of diversity in the city-state.
  8. ‘The Meg’ Is a Surprise Box-Office Monster
    The shark movie was expected to take in $20 million. Instead, “The Meg” collected $44.5 million. Among highbrow films, “BlacKkKlansman” posted solid results.
  9. Red Flags Among the Roses. What Will Happen on ‘The Bachelorette’?
    Reality-TV shows do background checks on their contestants, but sometimes they miss important red flags.
  10. ‘Bachelorette’ Contestant Was Convicted in 2016 Groping Case
    Lincoln Adim, one of the male suitors competing this season, pleaded guilty to assaulting a woman, raising questions about vetting procedures on the ABC show.
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