Some of the new TV shows, films, music, and games that will soon be available on a device near you include Taylor Swift's "1989 (Taylor's
Version)," a Paramount+ documentary on the duo Milli Vanilli that explores one of music's biggest lip-syncing scandals,
and the horror film "Five Nights at Freddy's." The Gilded Age by Julian Fellowes,
which is returning to HBO for a second season, and the glitzy "Pain Hustlers,"
starring Emily Blunt, Chris Evans, and Andy Garcia, which is Hollywood's most recent attempt to address the opioid crisis,
are among the offerings that The Associated Press' entertainment journalists think are worth your time.
— The glitzy, star-studded film "Pain Hustlers," starring Emily Blunt, Chris Evans, and Andy Garcia,
is Hollywood's most recent attempt to explore the opioid crisis. Based on an article by Evan Hughes from New York Times Magazine that was later turned into a book, "Pain Hustlers,"
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