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The Handmaid's Tale, starring Elisabeth Moss, coincided with a spike in new subscribers to Hulu, one of an increasing number of video streaming platforms. George Kraychyk/Hulu hide caption

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In Us, Winston Duke, Shahadi Wright Joseph, Evan Alex and Lupita Nyong'o (L-R) play the members of a family — and their doppelgangers. Claudette Barius/Universal Pictures hide caption

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Jordan Peele Looked Into The Mirror And Saw The Evil Inside 'Us'

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Lupita Nyong'o stars in Us, Jordan Peele's latest film. Claudette Barius/Universal hide caption

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'Us'

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Mary Kay Place plays Diane in Diane, the debut feature film by director Kent Jones. Courtesy of IFC Films hide caption

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In 'Diane,' An Older Woman Faces Up To Her 'Unlived Life'

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Barbara Loden wrote, directed and starred in Wanda, a 1970 film about a drifting woman. Courtesy of Criterion hide caption

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Overlooked In The '70s, 'Wanda' Finally Gets Her Due

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A new documentary provides an unsparing look at former Trump adviser Steve Bannon, including his casual talk of apocalypse and trademark look of dissolution. Jeffrey T. Barnes/AP hide caption

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Brie Larson stars in Captain Marvel. Chuck Zlotnick/Marvel Studios hide caption

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