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The "Asian-Americans in Hollywood & Entertainment" panel in October featured actor Leonard Wu, ABC programming manager Stan Pham and YouTuber Chris Dinh. (Dayoung Lee/Daily Bruin)

Press Pass: A&E writers’ favorite experiences of 2016

For the new year, Daily Bruin A&E writers share what made their reporting experiences in 2016 so memorable. “Alum panelists discuss Asian-American representation in popular media” Olivia Mazzucato I arrived to cover the “Asian-Americans in Hollywood & Entertainment” panel, hosted by Lapu, the Coyote that Cares Theatre Company. Read more...

Photo: The "Asian-Americans in Hollywood & Entertainment" panel in October featured actor Leonard Wu, ABC programming manager Stan Pham and YouTuber Chris Dinh. (Dayoung Lee/Daily Bruin)

The "Asian-Americans in Hollywood & Entertainment" panel in October featured actor Leonard Wu, ABC programming manager Stan Pham and YouTuber Chris Dinh. (Dayoung Lee/Daily Bruin)

The Disney Channel Original Movie series "Halloweentown"  has remained a staple for Disney Channel's October programming since the first film premiered in 1998. (Creative Commons by crashdummy.net via Vimeo)

Second Take: New Disney Channel Halloween movies should go straight to the grave

No new Halloween movies premiered on Disney Channel this October – and that’s just fine. Cheesy Halloween flicks have been a staple for Disney Channel since the first Disney Channel Original Movie “Under Wraps” premiered in 1997. Read more...

Photo: The Disney Channel Original Movie series "Halloweentown" has remained a staple for Disney Channel's October programming since the first film premiered in 1998. (Creative Commons by crashdummy.net via Vimeo)

The Disney Channel Original Movie series "Halloweentown"  has remained a staple for Disney Channel's October programming since the first film premiered in 1998. (Creative Commons by crashdummy.net via Vimeo)

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Click De-Bait: Episode 1

For this week’s opening installment of Click De-Bait, A&E editors Lindsay Weinberg, Emily McCormick, Nate Nickolai and Christi Carras come together for a discussion on the click-bait titles of the arts and entertainment world. Read more...

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Theater, film and television alumnus Michael Starr portrays the role of Hans, the two-faced antagonist of Disney's "Frozen," in the live theatrical production of the show at Disney California Adventure. Hans is one of Starr's first major roles playing a villain. (Owen Emerson/Daily Bruin senior staff)

UCLA alumnus shines as villainous Hans in Disney’s ‘Frozen – Live’

Nine UCLA alumni joined the cast of “Frozen – Live at the Hyperion,” performing as Elsa, Olaf, Hans, Kristoff or the ensemble. The live adaptation of the 2013 Disney animated film “Frozen” currently plays three times a day at Disney California Adventure after opening in May. Read more...

Photo: Theater, film and television alumnus Michael Starr portrays the role of Hans, the two-faced antagonist of Disney's "Frozen," in the live theatrical production of the show at Disney California Adventure. Hans is one of Starr's first major roles playing a villain. (Owen Emerson/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Theater, film and television alumnus Michael Starr portrays the role of Hans, the two-faced antagonist of Disney's "Frozen," in the live theatrical production of the show at Disney California Adventure. Hans is one of Starr's first major roles playing a villain. (Owen Emerson/Daily Bruin senior staff)

The Big Bang Theory Scholarship Endowment honored first-year students Steven La, Amy Shao, Jonathan Shi Jr. and Mia Reyes (left to right, not pictured: Mateen Ul Hassan) based on their UC applications and achievements in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM). (Alyssa Dorn/Daily Bruin)

Recipients of The Big Bang Theory Scholarship bond with cast on set

Mia Reyes purchased a ticket to attend a live taping of her favorite television show as soon as she turned 18. “The Big Bang Theory” audience was already at full capacity when she arrived in August, and she was turned away. Read more...

Photo: The Big Bang Theory Scholarship Endowment honored first-year students Steven La, Amy Shao, Jonathan Shi Jr. and Mia Reyes (left to right, not pictured: Mateen Ul Hassan) based on their UC applications and achievements in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM). (Alyssa Dorn/Daily Bruin)

The Big Bang Theory Scholarship Endowment honored first-year students Steven La, Amy Shao, Jonathan Shi Jr. and Mia Reyes (left to right, not pictured: Mateen Ul Hassan) based on their UC applications and achievements in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM). (Alyssa Dorn/Daily Bruin)

The 1985 film "Clue" became a cult classic after it initially flopped at its box office opening. The film tells the story of six random people who attend a dinner in a mysterious house, during which several murders occur. (Courtesy of Paramount Pictures)

Love | Hate: Will the “Clue” film remake go down well or not?

“Clue” is a quintessential piece of any household’s board game cabinet. However, it’s not essential to the average homeowner’s movie library – but perhaps that’s about to change. Read more...

Photo: The 1985 film "Clue" became a cult classic after it initially flopped at its box office opening. The film tells the story of six random people who attend a dinner in a mysterious house, during which several murders occur. (Courtesy of Paramount Pictures)

The 1985 film "Clue" became a cult classic after it initially flopped at its box office opening. The film tells the story of six random people who attend a dinner in a mysterious house, during which several murders occur. (Courtesy of Paramount Pictures)

UCLA alumna Milena Pastreich spent five years filming her first documentary “Pigeon Kings” about pigeon fanatics in South Central Los Angeles. (Courtesy of Milena Pastreich)

Alumna captures LA’s pigeon rolling community in new documentary

More than 50 men stood at street level with their heads raised and eyes trained on the sky. For a brief moment it was empty, until a flock of pigeons swarmed into sight, falling and twirling in somersaulting free falls. Read more...

Photo: UCLA alumna Milena Pastreich spent five years filming her first documentary “Pigeon Kings” about pigeon fanatics in South Central Los Angeles. (Courtesy of Milena Pastreich)

UCLA alumna Milena Pastreich spent five years filming her first documentary “Pigeon Kings” about pigeon fanatics in South Central Los Angeles. (Courtesy of Milena Pastreich)


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