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When OpenAI announced its latest ChatGPT last week, the AI voice it used in its demo was quickly compared to Scarlett Johansson's voice in the 2013 sci-fi film "Her," but now the company says it is pulling the voice. Leon Bennett/Getty Images hide caption

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Maya Hawke talks remixing Hannah Montana and fighting Mumford and Sons

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Marisa Abela as Amy Winehouse in Back to Black. Olli Upton/Focus Features hide caption

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'IF' only! These imaginary friends are sweet, but could have been so much more

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Michelle Buteau and Ilana Glazer in a scene from the film Babes. Gwen Capistran/Neon hide caption

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Stand-up comic W. Kamau Bell is featured in Black Twitter: A People's History. Hulu/Disney hide caption

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'Evil Does Not Exist' — or does it? — in this mysterious Japanese eco-drama

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"I think the task of the filmmaker is to break through and hit that horror that still remains in the unconscious mind," Corman said. "And there's a certain amount of catharsis there. He's pictured above in 2009. Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images hide caption

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Roger Corman, the B-movie legend who launched A-list careers, dies at 98

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Owen Teague as Noa in the film, Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes. 20th Century Studios hide caption

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Jeannie Epper accepting a Lifetime Achievement Award at the Taurus World Stunt Awards in 2007. M. Phillips/WireImage/Getty hide caption

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Pioneering stuntwoman Jeannie Epper, of 'Wonder Woman' and 'Charlie's Angels' dies

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Suburban decay and choking on nostalgia in 'I Saw The TV Glow'

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Melissa McCarthy, Jerry Seinfeld, and Jim Gaffigan in Unfrosted. Netflix hide caption

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