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What’s Leaving Netflix: September 2018
Get ready to say goodbye to faves like ‘The Dark Knight,‘ ‘Moonrise Kingdom’ and many, many more.
Danny Boyle Is No Longer Directing ‘Bond 25’
Boyle is out and the search is on for another director to tackle James Bond’s 25th outing.
MoviePass’ Hilarious Reign of Terror Continues as Cancellation Is No Longer an Option
Your smug friends were right: MoviePass was too good (and possibly stupid) to last.
How the New Oscar Category Could Actually Hurt Films Like ‘Black Panther’
The Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences set a new benchmark in questionable choices today, when they announced the addition of a new Oscar for “Outstanding Achievement in Popular Film,” aka “Most Popular Movie But Not Necessarily Worth a Best Picture Nod.” Almost…
The 25 Hottest Bad Guys in Movies, Ranked
After careful consideration (and much heated debate), we’ve chosen the 25 hottest bad guys in movies and ranked them accordingly. If loving them is wrong, we don’t want you to @ us about any of it.
Has Tom Cruise Ever Actually Seen a Movie? An Investigation
Tom Cruise claims to love movies, but has he ever actually seen one? We investigate.
What’s New on Netflix: August 2018
Netflix’s August lineup includes new seasons of ‘The Good Place’ and ‘Ozark,’ the series premiere of the new animated show from the creator of ‘The Simpsons,’ and much, much more.
What’s Leaving Netflix: August 2018
Let the great monthly Netflix purge commence!
‘Roseanne’ Spinoff ‘The Conners’ Gets Official ABC Fall Premiere Date
The cast of Roseanne will return to televisions this fall — without Roseanne Barr — in The Conners. The spinoff, which features the remaining members of the iconic sitcom family, will officially premiere on Tuesday, October 16 — almost a month after ABC debuts its other fall pro…
MoviePass Stock Hits Record Low, Begs to Be Put Out of Its Misery
How does MoviePass still exist at this point? The company, which offers customers the ability to see one movie per day for the too-good-to-be-true price of $9.99 per month, has rapidly morphed into a case study in mystifying capitalism. Despite its consistently declining stock value, and the fact th…