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This 14-year-old had a breakout role in ‘Us.’ Next up, she’s starring as young Nala in ‘The Lion King.’

This isn’t the first time Shahadi Wright Joseph is playing the role — her first acting job was young Nala on Broadway

‘I’ll have what she’s having’: Happy 30th birthday, ‘When Harry Met Sally’

The beloved romantic comedy first hit U.S. theaters on July 12, 1989

The white nostalgia fueling the uproar over a black Ariel

The backlash shows how important representation in children’s entertainment is

What to know about the controversy playing out over Halle Bailey’s casting as Ariel in live-action ‘The Little Mermaid’

A Disney network defended the decision after #NotMyAriel began trending on Twitter

At Rom Com fest, these fans still believe in happily ever after

Miraya Berke, the festival’s founder, curated her own dream version of Sundance

‘Wild Rose’ is like the anti-‘A Star Is Born.’ And that’s what makes it so great.

This is a refreshingly unsentimental tale of a singer with ambition

Bo Peep comes back empowered in ‘Toy Story 4.’ Here’s how a team of women remade her.

They became known as Team Bo, all passionate about giving ‘depth to a character who was so minimal’

The problem with how we’re talking about Ali Wong’s ‘Always Be My Maybe’

The movie became more interesting to me when I admitted that its promise of ‘representation’ could only carry it so far

‘We’d rethink our entire investment’: Netflix is the first major studio to speak out against Georgia’s abortion ban

The state has become a major production hub for film and television

Hollywood loves filming in Georgia. But two major film productions just said they’d boycott the state over its abortion bill.

Kristen Wiig’s upcoming comedy will not be filming in the state, along with ‘The Power’