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    A photograph used in Harry and Meghan's Netflix trailer showing they were supposedly hounded by paparazzi was actually taken at a Harry Potter premiere five years before they met. The image shows a large number of photographers purportedly fighting for space to snap sought after pictures of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. However, the photographers were actually alongside the red carpet at the premiere for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part Two in central London - the final film of JK Rowling's franchise. The author was joined by the film's three main stars Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson and Rupert Grint for the premiere in July 2011. The image shows a large number of photographers purportedly fighting for space to snap desirable pictures of Harry and Meghan But the photograph was actually taken of photographers at the premiere for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part Two in central London The photograph used in Harry and Meghan's Netflix trailer, which was released earlier this week Harry and Meghan pictured attending a Creative Industries and Business Reception on October 2019 in Johannesburg,...
    MEGHAN and Harry's Netflix documentary is a "pantomime" and it's clear who they're making a villain, a body language expert says. The streaming giant yesterday released the trailer for the couple's long-awaited documentary - which is set to hit screens in just one week's time. 5Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's documentary trailer has been broken down by a body language expertCredit: Netflix 5And she said it's obvious who they're making the villainCredit: Netflix The 59-second trailer reveals never before seen photos and videos of the pair - including Meghan crying, and she and Harry dancing. But, body language expert Judi James says the short documentary teaser also reveals who the couple blame for "destroying their joy". At the start of the trailer, the pair are asked: "Why did you want to make this documentary?" Harry says: "Nobody sees what's happening behind closed doors. "I had to do everything I could to protect my family." And, Meghan responds: "When the stakes are this high doesn't it make more sense to hear our story from us?" Judi described the trailer as a "panto-based miniseries...
    Princess Diana's brother Charles Spencer has shared a poignant snap of the royal online - days ahead of the release of the latest controversial series of The Crown. The Earl of Spencer, who is the younger sibling of the late Princess of Wales, inherited the family seat of Althorp estate in Northamptonshire on the death of his father in 1992 and lives there with his third wife, Karen, and their daughter Lady Charlotte.  Days ago, he shared an 1989 snap as he posed alongside his sister and their father at an event to mark his 65th birthday, calling it a 'deeply poignant photograph'. His post came as Princess Diana's friends slammed the 'insensitivity' of Netflix after crews from The Crown were spotted filming the moments leading up to her fatal car crash - just 100 yards from the Paris tunnel where she died 25 years ago.  Princess Diana 's brother Charles Spencer shared a poignant snap of the royal online - days ahead of the release of the latest controversial series of The Crown Writing the post online, he commented: 'Today is...
    THE Chosen One's Raymundo Garduño Cruz has shared a chilling final photo just days before the van crash left him and his fellow actor dead. Raymundo shared an Instagram photo from his trip to El Puerto de Santa Rosalía. 5Raymundo Garduño Cruz said he was surrounded by his 'brothers'Credit: Instagram / Raymundo Garduño Cruz 5Raymundo died in the crash when the van flipped overCredit: Instagram / Raymundo Garduño Cruz The Chosen One star uploaded a sweet group photo with the crew.  He smiled at the camera as the people in the background cheered and raised their hands.  Raymundo appeared in the "laborious desert" of Baja California Sur in Mexico. More NetflixHORROR CRASH Two actors dead and six injured as van carrying crew of Netflix series crashesSWITCH IT OFF Warning signs your Netflix is BROKEN – and what you need to do to fix it Although he was dealing with the strenuous heat, the late actor mentioned he was filled with "happiness" being surrounded by his "brothers." Recently, Raymundo and his co-star Juan González Aguilar were killed in a turn-over crash. About six other crew members...
    George Costanza would be upset about this shrinkage, too. Fans of "Seinfeld" are fuming with Netflix after the show’s new exclusive streaming service changed the sitcom’s original 4:3 aspect ratio to the narrower, more modern and cinematic version of 16:9 — literally cutting out jokes in the process. And die-hard supporters — who endured a summer without streaming the 1990s humor of co-creators Larry David, 74, and Jerry Seinfeld, 67, since the show departed from Hulu — have been quick to call out instances where the new ratio’s shrinkage on the top and bottom of the screen has caused problems. One of the most visible issues (or lack thereof) comes in the Season 8 episode "The Pothole," which at 16:9 has cropped out the actual street obstacle from the title, Twitter user @Thatoneguy64 pointed out. WHERE IS THE 'SEINFELD' CAST NOW? Other fans have aired grievances that Jerry’s sneaker collection — his footwear being a character of its own in many ways — has also been cut out from the contemporary ratio, according to Complex. On Netflix’s end, purchasing the...
    Nowhere to Wash Your Hands? These Top Hand Sanitizers Kill Germs in a Pinch Barcelona match schedule: La Liga, Champions League, Copa del Rey TV & streaming info in 2021-22 © Provided by People Netflix Florence Pugh Florence Pugh has arrived in Ireland! Netflix shared the first look at Pugh in its upcoming thriller, The Wonder, on Thursday. The photo showed the Little Women star, 25, wearing period garb in character as an English nurse. Standing in front of a foggy cemetery, Pugh looked back at the camera in the snapshot wearing a blue dress and a flannel draped over her shoulders. "Florence Pugh stars in The Wonder — a psychological thriller set in 1862 about an English nurse who is brought to a tiny Irish village to observe a child who is said to have survived without food for months," Netflix teased alongside the photo. "Is she a saint or are there more ominous motives at work?" © Netflix Florence Pugh RELATED: Olivia Wilde Shares Sneak Peek at Florence Pugh in Her Movie Don't Worry Darling...
    Netflix’s Buckingham Palace has a new tenant. After Claire Foy and Olivia Colman it’s time for a new timeskip and welcoming Imelda Staunton as the new Queen Elizabeth II from ‘The Crown’. The streaming platform has published the first official photo of the actress in the closest version to the true Queen of England. Imelda Staunton became famous among new generations of viewers thanks to the ‘Harry Potter’ saga, where she played the cruel Dolores Umbridge. In fact, there are several who comment that it is difficult for them to stop seeing Umbridge in the photo of ‘The Crown’ despite the characterization work. Staunton to star in seasons 5 and 6 of the series, which has once again renewed the entire cast. The Oscar nominee for ‘The Secret of Vera Drake’ will be joined by Lesley Manville as Princess Margaret, Jonathan Pryce as Prince Philip, Elizabeth Debicki as Princess Diana, Dominic West as Prince Charles and Jonny Lee Miller as Prime Minister John Major. The dark 90s The fifth season has been filming recently and does not yet have...
    Imelda Staunton as Queen Elizabeth II in the upcoming season of Netflix's The Crown Netflix Netflix 's "The Crown" has shared the first photo of actress Imelda Staunton as Queen Elizabeth II in the hit show's upcoming fifth season.  "An early glimpse of our new Queen Elizabeth II, Imelda Staunton," the show posted on its Instagram account Friday.  Staunton is inheriting the throne from Olivia Colman, who played the Queen for two seasons on the show. This story is developing. Please check back for updates. Disclosure: Mathias Döpfner, CEO of Business Insider's parent company, Axel Springer, is a Netflix board member.
    SWEET Magnolias fans lusted over the men in the cast after star Brandon Quinn shared a new group photo as they start wrapping up Season 2 filming. Based on Sherryl Woods’ book series of the same name, the Netflix show premiered in May 2020 and was renewed for a second season soon after. 5Credit: Instagram/Brandon Quinn 5Credit: Rex Sweet Magnolias follows friends Maddie (JoAnna Garcia Swisher), Dana Sue (Brooke Elliott), and Helen (Heather Headley) as they navigate their careers, romances and families in the small town of Serenity. Though their friendships and careers are a main focal point of the series, the men in their lives are a major area of focus, as well. To tide fans over until the Netflix show's eventual return with Season 2, star Brandon gave a little tease with a group photo of many of the cast's male actors, captioning it: "Men of Serenity." The shot featured recently-promoted series regular Brandon (Ronnie Sullivan), Chris Medlin, Dion Johnstone (Erik Whitley), Justin Bruening (Cal Maddox), Shawn Passwaters (Dr. Howie Young), and Hunter Burke (Trotter Vidhyarkorn). While some...
    Every once in a while, there’s a moment of pop-cultural serendipity suggesting that a bunch of film and TV creators are thinking about the same things at the same time. Consider when Turner & Hooch and K-9 both premiered in 1989, a year when we clearly had a lot of anxiety about dog cops. Or when Deep Impact and Armageddon arrived in theaters in 1998, hearkening back to a nigh-forgotten time when we, as a society, didn’t root for meteors. 2006 gave us a duo of magician-centric dramas in The Illusionist and The Prestige, a prescient prelude to the housing-market collapse. (Because the boom was … an illusion. Get it?) You get the picture: As David Lynch’s Twin Peaks once warned us, this all happened before, and it’s happening again. Given that Netflix’s Sherlock Holmes spinoff The Irregulars and HBO’s dark Joss Whedon fantasy The Nevers premiered within a month of each other, apparently early 2021 is the moment for alt-history Victorian ensemble-cast dramas mostly about women facing supernatural threats. And so now we are presented with the same...
    Lily Collins celebrates her birthday on March 18. She was all over social media in 2020 when her series Emily in Paris started airing on Netflix. While the show was quite ordinary, Lily’s styling, uff… it was glorious and in sync with her French rendezvous. From an all hot pink look to colourful sweaters and stunning black dress, her wardrobe was probably filled with extraordinary designs that complemented her reel-self. We loved her pink boots and not to forget the blue ones, which looked equally charming. Emily in Paris Star Lily Collins Wishes She Still Had Her British Accent. While the British American actress has been a part of Hollywood for quite some time now, Emily in Paris probably made her a household name. You may criticise the show for its cliche storytelling or its dependency on convenience but let’s not deny that it probably had one of the best wardrobes we have ever seen in a web show. In fact, ask us to place Emily in a league and we’d happily find her a place beside Rachel Green from Friends...
    Monday mornings for the News Brig staff are always exciting, due in no small part to us having the chance to excitedly gab and share about all the cool stuff we watched over the weekend— whether it’s the latest sci-fi series on Netflix, a newly released Korean action flick, or chipping away at our personal anime watchlist. And as usual, the answers range widely, as some people check out what’s new and popular on streaming services, and some return to past favorites. Here are a few of the shows and movies we’re enjoying watching right now, and what you might enjoy watching as well. Tribes of Europa Photo: Gordon Timpen I’m a sucker for the post-apocalypse, so seeing a new series pop up in the Netflix top 10 list meant that I had to give Tribes of Europa a try. The German-language program takes place in the 2070s and pits several factions against each other in a vaguely feudal confrontation. The Origines live in the woods, eking out a living...
    Either at a distance or to spend an afternoon at home together, if you want to know what to watch on Netflix for this Valentine’s day in the company of that special someone, see these 10 recommendations ranging from cheesy stories and normal, until fantasy and some intense romances set in the 40s or the 19th century. Even there is an animated movie.These are two friends who do not want commitments (Photo: Twitter) Friends with Benefits (2011) A romantic comedy “of the typical”, but that counts with two great personalities in their leading roles. Mila Kunis and Justin Timberlake interpret Jamie and Dylan in a relationship that first started with work reasons and then it ended in a very close friendship. Jamie is an executive headhunter for a major employment agency in New York. Dylan, for his part, works as an art director for an independent company on the Internet from The Angels. Jamie recruits Dylan to a position in a renowned magazine, convincing him to move to the big city. Little by little they become good friends until confess...
    The first photos of Shadow and Bone, Netflix’s adaptation of Leigh Bardugo’s best-selling Grishaverse books, reveal the main cast in action — as well as a glimpse of the fantasy world. “Think Imperial Russia, not Medieval England, repeating rifles instead of broadswords,” said Bardugo, who also serves as executive producer. The first set of books centers on Alina Starkov (Jessie Mei Li), an orphaned mapmaker unaware of her own great power. The land of Ravka is torn in half by the Shadow Fold, a supernatural barrier of tangible darkness, which is slowly destroying the country’s economy and society. Alina, along with her best friend Mal (Archie Renaux), are members of a dispensable army that the Ravkan government sends through the Fold. Photo: Netflix Photo: David Appleby/Netflix Photo: David Appleby/Netflix After her powers manifest, Alina joins the ranks of the Grisha army — a force of magic-wielders led by the mysterious and incredibly powerful...
    After years of dominating the streaming charts, The Office will leave Netflix on Jan. 1, 2021 for its new home on Peacock. In the nine years that The Office was on Netflix, millions of fans discovered it and millions more rewatched it, sometimes dozens of times. But don’t worry. If you’re scrolling through Netflix looking for sitcoms to fill the Dunder Mifflin-shaped hole in your heart, there are plenty of other great options (and a few less great ones) that are still on the service. Here are five sitcoms to binge watch on Netflix. Arrested Development Photo: Netflix Arrested Development follows a wealthy family trying to adjust to a new life after its patriarch is dragged to prison for a litany of financial crimes. Arrested Development is also one of the funniest sitcoms ever made. It’s got an outstanding cast of characters, and dialog that often manages to pack two or three jokes into every single line. On top of that, half of its jokes wound up being foundational to...
    Movie studios had to shelve nearly all their would-be 2020 blockbusters when the pandemic hit, but their partners in the television industry had plenty of product in the pipeline in 2020, ready to deliver to a captive audience of people stuck at home and looking for escapism. The result was a TV year like no other, filled with offbeat experiments and surprise hits. Some of the shows below were pop-culture sensations. Others were popular on a cult level. Some seemed to slip through the cracks altogether, but are ready to be discovered now, during the holiday downtime). Collectively, they represent the wide range of what television had to offer in 2020, from fascinating history lessons to gripping games to pure, fantastical silliness. 20. Tales from the Loop (Amazon) Photo: Amazon Studios Perhaps the year’s most haunting science-fiction series, Tales from the Loop is based on the whimsically surreal work of Swedish artist Simon Stålenhag, and is set in a quaint small town that looks simultaneously stuck in the 1970s and...
    Fans of The Witcher may be distraught to hear that the second season has halted filming after several positive COVID tests. Production on Netflix’s fantasy series has already been delayed twice, meaning the expected release date of Season 2 may push further and further into 2021. If you’re looking for more Witcher-adjacent series to binge, though, there’s plenty to keep you satisfied until the next season debuts. The first season of The Witcher follows the stately Geralt of Rivia (Henry Cavill), a magical monster hunter trying to find his place on the Continent. The medieval-inspired series also revolves around Crown Princess Ciri (Freya Allen) and Yennefer of Vengerberg (Anya Chalotra) in different timelines, who eventually merge with Geralt to battle the threatening warriors from Nilfgaard. The series debuted nearly a year ago, and was renewed for a second season as well as a handful of new Witcher universe shows and movies. Netflix has set an anime series called The Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf and a prequel series, The Witcher: Blood Origin. While you wait for Netflix to debut...
    2020 has been the year of unpredictability. If there’s one thing that has remained constant throughout all of the uncertainty, it’s been being able to watch our favorite Netflix TV shows. This holiday season, we’ve hand-selected the perfect gifts for any Netflix fanatic you may know. Check them out below! The Queen’s Gambit 1. SRENTA 10″ Fine Glass Chess Game Set (Photo Via Amazon) This chess set displays the classic game in a modern fashion. It’s beautiful glass design and quality finish will add a sleek touch to any living or game room. Your purchase includes: clear and frosted glass chess pieces, glass board, and a colored storage box. I have this unique set myself and I couldn’t be any happier with it! Get it here for only $22.99! 2. Bobby Fischer Teaches Chess Strategy Book (Photo Via Amazon) Bobby Fischer, a prodigy American chess grandmaster and world champion, released a best selling book detailing his tips and tricks for playing the best possible chess game. Get yours today for $8.99 when you click here. It’s a perfect supplemental gift for...
    The Fabulous Lives of Bollywood Wives have begun streaming on Netflix, and it is one helluva reality show. The ‘helluva’ description can be taken in two ways. You can either see it as blingey or cringey, depending on your taste of Bollywood Page 3, and how much you care about what the elite of Bollywood (read: Karan Johar’s close friends) do when they aren’t posing for shutterbugs, which is that they are always getting ready for shutterbugs. Fabulous Lives of Bollywood Wives Review: Bhavna Panday and The Men Try To Redeem This Inane Excuse Of A Show. The Fabulous Lives of Bollywood Wives follows four ‘Bollywood wives’, viz. Maheep Kapoor (wife of Sanjay Kapoor), Seema Khan (wife of Sohail Khan), Bhavana Panday (wife of Chunky Pandey) and Neelam (wife of Samir Soni). Now, we would have been glad to call Neelam an actress, as the series also reminds that she was very popular in the ’80s. But for some reason, she choose the tag ‘Bollywood Wife’ for this show. The Fabulous Lives of Bollywood Wives is produced by Karan Johar’s digital content company,...
    The finest piece of cinema to come out in 2005 is undoubtedly Robert Rodriguez’s The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl in 3-D. And good news for us all, the sequel looks just as delightfully outlandish. If you’re not familiar with this part of Rodriguez’s filmography, allow me to explain. Following the success of the Spy Kids trilogy — the first of which is simply an objectively good film — came Sharkboy and Lavagirl. It’s not really a good movie, but it is a fantastic experience. This absolutely zany adventure starred Taylor Lautner and Taylor Dooley as the titular superheroes, who may or may not be figments of a young boy’s imagination, as they team up to save the world. It’s known for cartoonish costumes and sets, garish special effects, overly histrionic acting, and the most unnerving minute and a half of film, as Taylor Lautner as Sharkboy sings a very aggressive lullaby. The sequel, entitled We Can Be Heroes, comes to Netflix on Jan. 1, an auspicious start to 2021. It follows a team of children who...
    Anurag Basu returns to direction with the Netflix film, Ludo, where he dons multiple hats with flair. Not only has he directed and written the film, Basu had also cranked the camera, as well as acted in Ludo in an important cameo. Ludo, like his Life… in a Metro, belongs to the genre of hyperlink cinema. The movie features an ensemble cast in Abhishek Bachchan (Bittu), Rajkummar Rao (Aalu), Fatima Sana Shaikh (Pinky), Aditya Roy Kapur (Akash), Sanya Malhotra (Shruti), Rohit Saraf (Rahul), Pearle Maaney (Sheeja) and Pankaj Tripathi (Sattu Bhaiya). Ludo Movie Review: Pankaj Tripathi, Abhishek Bachchan, Rajkummar Rao, Fatima Sana Shaikh All Impress in Anurag Basu’s Terrific Hyperlink Cinema! Ludo is about five stories that are interconnected with each other, but each have different outcome. Abhishek Bachchan plays a former criminal who comes out of jail and finds his past life is no longer his, though a chance encounter with a young girl reminds him of a life he could have. Rajkummar Rao plays a former thief turned dhaba owner, who is coaxed to saving the husband of his...
    Netflix’s obsession with Indian horror continues after Ghost Stories, Betaal and Bulbbul, with their latest offering, Kaali Khuhi. Directed by Terrie Samundra, the movie stars Riva Arora, Shabana Azmi, Sanjeeda Shaikh, Satyadeep Mishra, and Leela Samson. Kaali Khuhi revolves around a village in the North of India, where female infanticide once used to be rampant. The curse of this horrendous practice returns to haunt the village, when the spirit of one of the dead girl children returns from the black well, where their bodies were dumped. Kaali Khuhi Movie Review: Ghosts of Female Infanticide Come to Strike Fear in Shabana Azmi’s Well-Meaning but Predictable Netflix Film. It is now up to a 10-year-old girl Shivangi (Riva of Uri and Gunjan Saxena fame), visiting her comatose grandmother (Leela Samson) with her parents (Satyadeep Mishra and Sanjeeda Shaikh) to figure what her family’s past has to do with the curse. And with the help of her father’s aunt Satya maasi (Shabana Azmi), try to put an end to it. Will she manage to do so? Let’s decode the ending of the film,...
    If you thought you are going to see the end of Mirzapur with the recently revealed season 2, you are way off. Many fans had presumed that like Netflix’s Sacred Games, even this Amazon Prime offering, produced by Excel Movies, would end in two seasons, though there was no official intimation as such. Mirzapur 2 would not be the end to the saga of Guddu Pandit and Kaleen Bhaiya, though seeing how the new season was so underwhelming, won’t blame the fans if they are not very excited for Mirzapur 3. The series stars Pankaj Tripathi,  Divyendu Sharma, Ali Fazal, Vijay Verma, Shweta Tripathi, Isha Talwar, Anjum Sharma, Amit Sial, Rasika Dugal, Harshita Gaur and Kulbhushan Kharbanda. Mirzapur 2 Review: Too Many Characters and Plotlines Spoil the Fun in Pankaj Tripathi, Ali Fazal’s Web-Series. Mirzapur 2 is darker and meaner than the first season, but it is also slower, putting in too many plotlines. The first half of the season was quite good, focusing on the re-rise of Kaleen and Munna, and Guddu and Golu trying to get back at them....
    Halloween is upon us. No matter what the calendar says, when summer ends, spooky season begins. (Time is meaningless this year anyway.) To get you in the mood, we’re not only rounding up our favorite horror and horror-adjacent movies that are perfect to watch in the lead up to Halloween, but movies you can stream on Netflix, Hulu, Amazon, Disney Plus, Shudder, and the myriad other services available in this golden age of streaming. We’ve included classic and modern horror (from The Thing to Midsommar) as well as kid-friendly options (Hocus Pocus, Halloweentown) and a few that straddle the line between family-oriented and nightmare-inducing (Beetlejuice, The Witches.) Beetlejuice Image: Warner Bros. Pictures Michael Keaton’s iconic performance as the “bio-exorcist” is so outsized, it’s easy to forget that Beetlejuice actually focuses more on the relationship between the recently deceased Barbara and Adam Maitland (Geena Davis and Alec Baldwin) and the goth teen Delia (Winona Ryder). Keaton doesn’t actually show up until about halfway through the movie — but the supporting cast...
    For decades, romantic comedies were derided as unserious “chick flicks,” as if that was a bad thing. But in recent years, the moviegoing public and critics alike have finally come around to celebrate the rom-com in all its frothy, silly, heartwarming glory. In the midst of an anxiety-producing pandemic, not to mention a contentious election cycle, it’s more enticing than ever to curl up with a bowl of popcorn and watch beautiful people fall in love with each other. In compiling our list of our favorite romantic comedies you can stream right now, we tried to span the history of the genre, which arguably originated with Shakespearean comedies, saw a boom in the ’90s, and is being reinvented today. Of course each era of rom-com has its queens, and we’ve represented them all below. From the Audrey Hepburn’s understated elegance to Sandra Bullock’s down-to-earth charisma, from the sultry Katharine Hepburn to the bubbly Julia Roberts, we dare you not to fall in love with at least one of these charming leading ladies. 10 Things I Hate About You ...
    HILLARY Swank has spoken about her mission to bring the scares and break down stereotypes in new Netflix space drama, Away.  The talented actress stars in the new 10-part series about a team of astronauts, led by Mission Commander Emma Green [Swank], on a three-year mission to land on Mars, then return home. 3The team are on a mission to MarsCredit: Netflix Speaking about the new show, Hillary revealed she hoped to break down stereotypes of specific characters, and how she spoke to real life astronaut Mike Massimino to get a feel for how she wanted Emma to be. Hillary said: “I think in the past, the idea of playing an astronaut was very specific and there was a stereotype of what we imagined. “Mike was so human. He also had a lot of jokes and one liners and so I could relate even more. “The idea of this human quality and the ability to have that rapport with my fellow astronauts was imperative.” 3Hillary stars as Emma Green in the 10 part seriesCredit: Netflix Speaking to The Sun's TV...
    Hanh Nguyen September 6, 2020 3:00PM (UTC) The following discusses details from the ending of "Away" Season 1. For a non-spoilery read, check out Salon's initial story: How a disastrous attempt to pee inspired Netflix's mission to Mars drama "Away" The first American flag planted on the moon in 1969 may have been blown over by the Apollo 11 exhaust, but that visual, with the spaceman standing alongside, still stands tall in our imaginations. It inspired some of the first images shown during the birth of MTV and even the network's award statuettes. It's also an image that probably stuck in the craw of every country that wanted to get there first.  On Netflix's space drama "Away," astronaut Dr. Lu Wang (Vivian Wu) was slated to be that person for Mars. Although the Atlas mission is a joint initiative involving five countries, China had negotiated for Lu to step foot on Martian soil first, plant the country's flag, and snap a photo of herself saluting it proudly. That would be the first picture sent back to Earth, an image...
    Thirty years after their last time travel adventure, Bill and Ted are back in their most excellent journey yet. Bill and Ted Face the Music, starring Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter in their iconic slacker-metalhead roles, is out in theaters and on VOD now. As a genre, time-travel movies can encompass a lot of different styles. Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure is a silly, fluffy time-jumping adventure, which stands in stark juxtaposition to the hard sci-fi 12 Monkeys or the melancholy, contemplative About Time. What they all have in common is time travel as a major plot point, whether the creators do their best to explain the science or just kind of hand wave. (A time travel movie is different from a time loop movie, though, which is why you won’t find Groundhog Day, Happy Death Day, or Palm Springs — all excellent films — on this list.) Below, we’ve rounded up 11 of our favorite time travel narratives you can watch on streaming services like Netflix, Hulu, and HBO Max right now. Party on, dudes. 12 Monkeys ...
    These days, the streaming cosmos is less about creating original content and more about passing blockbusters back and forth. See, for example, the last-minute addition of the Harry Potter series to HBO Max, which after just a few months is leaving the platform and heading to NBCUniversal’s Peacock. That means if there are films clogging up your Netflix queue that you’re planning on getting around to eventually, they may leave the service before you get a chance to watch them. Below, we’re rounding up the best movies leaving streaming services at the end of the month so you have a chance to knock them out before they disappear. But don’t stress too much — if you miss one of these films it’s very likely to hit another streaming service soon if its not in the lineup already. Blue is the Warmest Colour Photo: Wild Bunch Based on the graphic novel by Julie Maroh, Blue is the Warmest Colour stars Léa Seydoux as Emma, a blue-haired artist who catches the eye of...
    Christopher Nolan’s Tenet has once again been delayed, this time to Aug. 12. This marks the second delay for the film, which was originally scheduled to come out on July 17. Warner Bros. and Nolan seem to be optimistic about the chances that theaters will re-open and become safe again by mid-August, though it seems more likely that Tenet will have to be delayed yet again. In the meanwhile, film production is slowly resuming. Marvel’s Shang-Chi is prepping to restart production in Australia by the end of July. Further off in the future is a new live-action adaptation of Frosty the Snowman, which will star none other than Jason Momoa in the title role. Momoa’s muscles will be hidden away, though, as Frosty will be a CGI creation. Though parts of the world have slowly begun to get back to normal, movie theaters remain closed. But there’s still plenty to watch at home. Here are the biggest new releases this week. The Truth Where to watch it: Rent on digital, $6.99 on Google Play Juliette...
    American movie theaters are still largely closed, and they will likely stay that way for at least another month: even Christopher Nolan and Warner Bros. have caved and pushed the release date for the mysterious thriller Tenet back by another few weeks. Now it’s scheduled for an Aug. 12 debut. While we wait, there’s more news as to what’s in the pipeline: Aardman Studios announced that a Chicken Run sequel is in the works, more than two decades after the film’s initial debut. The new movie will pick up with the chickens following their escape from the chicken farm, and see them dealing with a new threat to their peaceful existence. Mel Gibson will not return as the voice of arrogant rooster Rocky. As far as role reprisals go, however, Michael Keaton may be returning as Batman, as he’s reportedly in talks to join the upcoming Flash movie. The film is expected to roughly follow the Flashpoint story arc, meaning that time travel and alternate timelines are in the works. And as far as big changes are concerned, the...
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