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  1. This photo shows producers Steven Soderbergh, from left, Stacey Sher and Jesse Collins.  Soderbergh’s concept for the 93rd Academy Awards show on ABC, Sunday, April 25, 2021, which he’s producing with Sher and Collins, is to treat the telecast not like a TV show but a movie.
  2. Actress Helen McCrory arrives at the British Academy Television Awards in London on May 8, 2016. McCrory, who starred in the television show “Peaky Blinders” and the “Harry Potter” movies, has died.
  3. Lady Gaga plays Maurizio Gucci's former wife Patrizia Reggiani during the shooting of a movie by Ridley Scott, based on the story of the murder of Maurizio Gucci in 1995, in Rome, Thursday, April 8, 2021.
  4. Filmmaker George C. Romero, son of "Night of the Living Dead" creator, wants to build a film studio in Tampa.
  5. In this video grab provided by the SAG Awards, the cast of "The Trial of the Chicago 7" accepts the award for outstanding performance by a cast in a motion picture during the 27th annual Screen Actors Guild Awards on April 4.
  6. Riley Keough and Taylour Paige star in the movie 'Zola' that was shot in the Tampa Bay area.
  7. Starting April 1, the historic Tampa Theatre will show all the top Oscar nominees, animated films and shorts in the newly reopened movie palace.
  8. "In the Heights" comes out in theaters and on HBO Max on June 11.
  9. At a summer camp expo on Saturday at the Shops at Wiregrass, parents can meet with more than 40 local, virtual, overnight, special-needs camps, health resources and local family-friendly businesses.
  10. Oscar-nominated actress Youn Yuh-jung in a scene from "Minari."
  11. (From left) Sabrina Miller, scripts supervisor, David Cook a gaffer and director Dan Myrick looks on screen while on the location set of "Black Veil" in downtown Plant City, Florida.
  12. Alandria Brown, second from left, of Hendersonville, Tenn., sits with William Henry of Los Angeles, far left, and other Britney Spears supporters outside a Feb. 11 court hearing concerning the pop singer's conservatorship at the Stanley Mosk Courhouse in Los Angeles.
  13. Actor Yaphet Kotto appears on his wedding day in Baltimore, Md. on July 12, 1998. Kotto, the commanding actor of the James Bond film “Live and Let Die” and as Lt. Al Giardello on the 90's NBC police drama "Homicide: Life on the Street, died Monday, March 15, 2021 at age 81. Kotto’s wife, Tessie Sinahon, announced his death Monday in a Facebook post. She said he died Monday in the Philippines. Kotto's agent, Ryan Goldhar, confirmed Kotto's death.
  14. The auditorium at the Nancy and David Bilheimer Capitol Theatre in downtown Clearwater.
  15. A new exhibit about a Booker T. Washington speech delivered in Tampa in 1912 is the subject of an exhibit at the Henry B. Plant Museum about an overlooked chapter in Tampa history.
  16. The poster for director Joe Davison's "Beauty Is Skin Deep." The movie is now streaming on Prime.
  17. Rooftop Cinema Club has drive-in movie venues.
  18. Andy Garcia and Bruce Burchmore are producing a documentary with students from Hillsborough Community College.
  19. Diamond View studios CEO Tim Moore poses with the screen at Vu, a virtual production studio at Rithm at Uptown, former University Mall. The studio is a "wonderful asset," Hillsborough film commissioner Tyler Martinolich said, but the area still needs a large studio for traditional physical sets.
  20. Dennis Dean in the documentary "Some Kind of Heaven."
  21. Brandon heavy metal band Siren. From left: Greg Culbertson, Ed Aborn, Doug Lee, Hal Dunn and Todd Grubbs
  22. Nik Wallenda's Daredevil Rally is the creation of the high-wire star and Sarasota resident. The socially distant drive-in stunt show, which was a big hit in June, returns Feb. 26-28 and March 4-7 at Nathan Benderson Park in Sarasota.
  23. Tampa Theatre went dark due to the coronavirus in March 2020. It will reopen March 11 for a one-movie test run.
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