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What's Coming and Going From Netflix in May 2019

Two words for May, Netflixsters: Mister. Mom.
Tags: Coming And Going, Netflix, Entertainment, Streaming, TV

‘She-Ra and the Princesses of Power’ Returns with Punch in Season Two

The She-Ra is back! As a forward-forged reboot of the 1980s Filmation cartoon, Noelle Stevenson’s fantasy-adventure She-Ra and the Princesses of Power launches season two with high spirits. Last we left off in season one, the heroine and antagonist made their respective uphill climbs. Having escaped her upbringing with the evil and imperialistic Horde army, Adora (Aimee Carrero) has matured into her hero role as the Chosen One She-Ra warrior with her magic sword and acquired an ensemble o...
Tags: Featured Stories Sidebar, Animation, Features, Netflix, Television, TV Reviews, She-Ra and The Princesses of Power

Netflix Oscar Eligibility Remains Intact as The Academy Votes Not to Change Key Rule

Earlier this year, Roma was a huge contender and winner at the Oscars. Not only did the film earn a trophy for director Alfonso Cuarón, as well as taking home the Oscar for Best Foreign Film, but it was one of the Best Picture nominees. But that didn’t sit too well with some members of The Academy, because Roma was a Netflix movie, and it barely met the eligibility requirements for being released in theaters to qualify for a potential nomination. There was even some uproar from Steven Spielberg...
Tags: Academy Awards, Business and Industry News, Netflix, Oscars

New Netflix May 2019 Movie and TV Titles Announced

New Netflix May 2019 movie and TV titles announced The Netflix May 2019 movies and TV titles have been announced and can be viewed below! All Netflix May 2019 titles and dates are subject to change. You can also view the titles disappearing from Netflix in May underneath. Which Netflix titles are you looking forward to and which are you sad to see leaving the service? Sound off in the comments below! PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; ...
Tags: Movies, TV, Netflix, Netflix news, Streaming

Ben Affleck Signs Up to Direct and Star In Universal’s Ghost Army

Ben Affleck signs up to direct and star In Universal’s Ghost Army Deadline reports that Ben Affleck has signed up to direct and star in Universal Pictures’ World war II drama Ghost Army, based on Rick Beyer and Elizabeth Sayles’ book The Ghost Army of World War II: How One Top-Secret Unit Deceived the Enemy with Inflatable Tanks, Sound Effects, and Other Audacious Fakery. PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB...
Tags: Movies, Academy Award, Batman V Superman, Ben Affleck, Director, Ghost Army, World War 2

How Glenn Close Is Preparing for Her Role in Hillbilly Elegy

Actor Glenn Close will soon have a new role to play — and it may be a surprising one. The 72-year-old actress confirmed to TIME while attending the TIME 100 Gala that she was cast alongside Amy Adams in the Netflix adaptation of Hillbilly Elegy, author J.D. Vance’s bestselling memoir about navigating working-class life in…
Tags: Uncategorized, Movies, Onetime, T100 2019, TIME 100

HBO to Air ‘McMillions’, a Documentary Series About the McDonald’s Monopoly Fraud

When The Daily Beast published an article last summer titled “How an Ex-Cop Rigged McDonald’s Monopoly Game and Stole Millions,” it captured Hollywood’s attention in a big way. We later learned that was by design: the article, which details extreme (and wildly entertaining) levels of fraud surrounding the nationwide Monopoly game that McDonald’s previously participated in, was written with the express purpose of being adapted into a movie. A film adaptation is still on the table, but now a docu...
Tags: Documentary, HBO, Television, True Story, Mark-Wahlberg, McDonald's, McDonald's Monopoly Movie, McMillions

‘Fast Color’ Star Gugu Mbatha-Raw on Her Unconventional Superhero Drama [Interview]

The British-born Gugu Mbatha-Raw has been working so steadily as an actor in both the UK and America that you might not realize just how many things you’ve seen her in over the years, even before her breakout, one-two punch of leading roles in the 2013 period drama Belle and 2014’s music industry love story Beyond the Lights , both of which were directed by women—something that continues to mean a great deal to the actress. In fact, throughout her years in television and film, Mbatha-Raw ...
Tags: Featured Stories Sidebar, Comic Book/Superhero, Drama, Features, Interviews, Fast Color, Gugu Mbatha Raw

‘What/If’ Trailer: Love is a Game for Renée Zellweger in Netflix Anthology Series

What if Renée Zellweger was in charge of your destiny? It’s not as enticing as it sounds in What/If, the new Netflix social thriller anthology drama series starring the Bridget Jones’ Baby actress as some sort of omniscient chess master who loves nothing more than to play with people’s lives. But what is enticing is the Oscar winner’s comeback to a high-profile project after she’s been all but absent from the big screen. Could this be the beginning of the Renée-ssance? Watch the What If trailer...
Tags: Drama, Netflix, Romance, Television, Thriller, TV Trailer, Renee-Zellweger, What If

Always Be My Maybe Trailer for Ali Wong’s Netflix Rom-Com

Ali Wong debuts first trailer for Netflix rom-com Always Be My Maybe Star and co-writer Ali Wong (Fresh Off the Boat) has taken to Twitter to reveal the hilarious first trailer for the upcoming rom-com Always Be My Maybe co-starring Randall Park (Ant-Man and the Wasp), which can be viewed below! PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh || {'gptAds':[], 'gptStandAlone':[]}; googletag.cmd.push(f...
Tags: Movies, Ali Wong, Always Be My Maybe, Movie News, Netflix, Trailer

Sara Gilbert Cast in a Recurring Role for Atypical Season 3

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Sara Gilbert cast in a recurring role for Atypical season 3 According to Entertainment Weekly, The Conners star Sara Gilbert has signed on for a recurring role in the upcoming third season of Netflix’s critically-acclaimed comedy-drama series Atypical.  Gilbert is set to portray the role of Professor Judd, a university Ethics professor. She is described as someone who is generally irritable and chronically underwhelmed, yet capable of compassion. PB...
Tags: TV, Atypical, Netflix, Netflix Original Series, Sara Gilbert, Streaming, TV News

First Trailer for Heartwarming Short Doc 'All in My Family' on Netflix

"The more my mom objects, the more I'm determine to have the life I want." Netflix has unveiled an official trailer for a heartwarming film titled All in My Family, a short documentary (running 39 minutes total) that is premiering streaming on Netflix in May. From documentarian Hao Wu comes a heartfelt portrait of how he created a thoroughly modern family in America, only to face the dilemma of introducing his same-sex partner and their children to his deeply traditional parents and relative...
Tags: Documentaries, To Watch, Trailer

Verizon and Google ink deal to offer YouTube TV to Verizon wireless and Fios subscribers

Just days after Google and Amazon buried the hatchet over their longstanding streaming feud, Google has made another interesting inroad in its bid to bring yet more ubiquity to its YouTube-based premium video efforts. Today, Verizon (which owns TechCrunch) and the search giant announced a new partnership where Verizon customers will be able to subscribe to YouTube TV through their accounts to watch “on whatever platform they choose,” in the words of Erin McPheron, Verizon’s head of content st...
Tags: Entertainment, Media, Google, Streaming, Verizon, Video, YouTube

What/If Teaser: First Look at Renee Zellweger Anthology Series

What/If teaser: First look at Renee Zellweger anthology series Netflix has released the first teaser for Academy Award winner Renee Zellweger’s upcoming social thriller anthology What/If. The video reveals our first look at Zellweger’s character Anne while also giving us a glimpse of how she will control the lives of the other characters in series. What/If will be available for streaming on May 23, exclusively on Netflix. Check out the video below! PB = PB || {};...
Tags: TV, Netflix, Renee Zellweger, TV News, What/if

‘Gemini Man’ Trailer: Will Smith vs. Will Smith In Ang Lee’s Sci-Fi Epic

How to fight someone who knows your every move, because he is you? That’s the plot of Gemini Man, the new sci-fi film from Ang Lee that has older Will Smith going up against younger Will Smith. Using sophisticated de-aging visual effects, Lee is able to pit the present-day Smith against himself, de-aged to his youth. But how effective does it look? See for yourself: The first Gemini Man trailer await you below. Gemini Man Back in the olden days, if you wanted to have a movie feature you...
Tags: Movie Trailers, Sci-Fi, Ang-Lee, Gemini Man, Will-Smith

‘See You Yesterday’ Trailer: Spike Lee-Produced Netflix Movie Puts a Time Travel Twist on Current-Day Tragedy

Teen time travel movies never felt so relevant. See You Yesterday, which is directed by Spike Lee protégé Stefon Bristol, gives a time travel twist to a Black Lives Matter story, following two teenagers who build a time machine to go back in time and save one of their brothers from being tragically gunned down by a cop. Watch the See You Yesterday trailer below. See You Yesterday Trailer We’ve seen plenty of wacky time travel movies where teens mess around with time only to suffer serio...
Tags: Drama, Movie Trailers, Netflix, Sci-Fi, Teen, See You Yesterday, Spike-Lee, Stefon Bristol

‘Knock Down the House’ Trailer: Go Inside Alexandra Ocasio-Cortez’s Run For Office

29-year-old New Yorker Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has become something of a pop culture superstar for her progressive ideals, no-nonsense approach to politics, and active social media presence. Now a new Netflix documentary will provide an inside look at how she became the youngest woman to ever serve in Congress. Knock Down the House follows Ocasio-Cortez and three other women – Amy Vilela, Cori Bush, and Paula Jean Swearengin – as they ran for office last year. Check out the trailer below. K...
Tags: Documentary, Movie Trailers, Netflix, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Knock Down the House, Rachel Lears

The OA Season 2 Recap

BEGIN SLIDESHOW The OA Season 2 Recap After over two years since the first season of Netflix’s The OA, we wondered where Hap took the rest of his test subjects and what was next for Prairie, BBA, and the boys after the shooting. To close out The OA Season 2, we are recapping the major storylines from the season. Prairie Lives Prairie escaped death when BBA and the boys performed the movements to stop a school shooting. Just as her body died in the back of the ambulance, she jumped to a...
Tags: TV, Netflix, Recap, The OA, TV News, TV Recap

Knock Down the House Trailer: Sundance Winner Comes to Netflix

Knock Down the House trailer: Sundance winner comes to Netflix Netflix has released the official trailer for the award-winning documentary film Knock Down the House, offering us our first look at the campaign journeys of four female progressive candidates including Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, against powerful incumbents in the 2018 midterm elections. The documentary will be available for streaming on May 1, exclusively on Netflix. Check out the video below! PB = PB...
Tags: Movies, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Knock Down the House, Movie News, Netflix

The WGA vs. ATA Standoff Explained: What is Happening in Hollywood Between Writers and Their Agents?

A battleground has formed in Hollywood, but it’s not the stuff of movies. The fights are taking place in boardrooms, and soon courtrooms, as writers and their agents wage a war that is as tricky as it is potentially transformative of the entire movie and TV landscape. You may have heard the acronyms “WGA” and “ATA” thrown around, or seen the hashtag #WGAStaffingBoost on Twitter, and thought that this was a labor dispute that has little to do with you, the media-consuming public. But as negotiat...
Tags: Apple, Hollywood, Movies, Supreme Court, California, America, Netflix, Caa, Ufc, Writers Guild Of America, Patton Oswalt, UTA, Writers Guild of America West, Tpg Capital, IMG, Hollywood Reporter

Trailer for Time Travel Film 'See You Yesterday' Produced by Spike Lee

"It's about controlling something we obviously have no control over…!" Netflix has debuted the first official trailer for an indie time travel comedy titled See You Yesterday, produced by Spike Lee, and directed by Stefon Bristol making his feature directorial debut. This will premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival, then launch worldwide on Netflix in May, for those who are interested in seeing it. The sci-fi adventure comedy is about two teenagers who build time machine backpacks. When one o...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Sci-fi, Netflix, Spike Lee, Sebastian, Indies, Tribeca Film Festival, To Watch, Myra Lucretia Taylor, Eden Duncan Smith, Stefon Bristol, Danté Crichlow, Time Travel Film See

See You Yesterday Trailer: Going Back is the Only Way Forward

BEGIN SLIDESHOW See You Yesterday Trailer: Going Back is the Only Way Forward Netflix has released the first trailer for the sci-fi drama See You Yesterday. The film is a feature-length retelling of a short from director Stefon Bristol, who again is back in the director’s chair. Also returning is Spike Lee, who produced Bristol’s short film as well. You can check out the trailer, as well as the film’s poster, below. PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.g...
Tags: Movies, Netflix, Bristol, Spike Lee, Movie Trailers, Calvin, Lee, Sebastian, Matthew Myers, See You Yesterday, Stefon Bristol, Danté Crichlow, Brian ` Astro, Ron Bobb Semple, Jason Sokoloff, Only Way Forward Netflix

What's Coming and Going From Netflix the Week of April 22, 2019

Whatever is going on in the calamitous phantasmagoria known as I Think You Should Leave with Tim Robinson (Tuedsay) is both frightening and intriguing, and it’s the best you’re going to do on Netflix this week. Allegedly, it’s a sketch comedy show brought to you by The Lonely Island, starring Robinson, of Comedy…Read more...
Tags: TV, Entertainment, Netflix, Streaming, Lifehacks, Robinson, Coming And Going, Tim Robinson Tuedsay

Ryan Murphy is Bringing ‘The Boys in the Band’ to Netflix, Starring Jim Parsons, Zachary Quinto, and More

Ryan Murphy, the prolific writer/producer/director of Glee and American Horror Story who signed one of the biggest production deals in television history with Netflix last year, has lined up another project for the streaming service. He’ll produce a film adaptation of The Boys in the Band, a 1968 play that was revived on Broadway in 2018 with a cast that included Jim Parsons (The Big Bang Theory), Zachary Quinto (Star Trek), Matt Bomer (The Normal Heart), and more. Those actors, and the rest of...
Tags: Movies, Drama, Casting, New York City, Gay, Netflix, Broadway, Adaptation, Ryan Murphy, American Horror Story, Jim-Parsons, Murphy, Tony, Mart, Matt Bomer, Joe Mantello

This Week In Trailers: Pavarotti, Bliss, Woodstock: Three Days that Defined a Generation, Grass Is Greener, Harvest Season

Trailers are an under-appreciated art form insofar that many times they’re seen as vehicles for showing footage, explaining films away, or showing their hand about what moviegoers can expect. Foreign, domestic, independent, big budget: What better way to hone your skills as a thoughtful moviegoer than by deconstructing these little pieces of advertising? This week we spark it up for 4/20, get into a slight tussle, luxuriate in the mud for three days, examine one of music’s greatest artists, and...
Tags: Movies, Bono, America, Bliss, Netflix, This Week In Trailers, Hobbs, Napa, Movie Trailers, Green Room, Sonoma, Ron-Howard, Woodstock, Sarajevo, Northern California, Freddy

3 fixes for Netflix’s “What to watch?” problem

Wasting time every night debating with yourself or your partner about what to watch on Netflix is a drag. It burns people’s time and good will, robs great creators of attention, and leaves Netflix vulnerable to competitors who can solve discovery. A ReelGood study estimated that the average user spends 18 minutes per day deciding. To date, Netflix’s solution has been its state-of-the-art artificial intelligence that offers personalized recommendations. But that algorithm is ignorant of how...
Tags: Social, TC, Apps, Video, TV, Beyonce, Entertainment, Opinion, Office, Tech, Netflix, Hulu, Buffy, Amazon Prime Video, Hulu Amazon, Luke Perry

Now On Netflix - SIBERIA

An American diamond dealer finds himself stranded in a small Siberian town. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
Tags: Movies, Netflix, Vod, New Releases, The Movie Waffler, By Benjamin Poole, Netflix SIBERIA

Compass CEO reveals more ambitions to be real estate’s ‘one-stop shop’

Compass CEO Robert Reffkin believes the real estate industry is experiencing a "Netflix versus Blockbuster moment," and he wants his company to emerge as a one-stop shop that provides all services associated with moving.
Tags: Netflix, Radio, Robert Reffkin

Beyoncé Reveals One of Her Twins’ Heartbeats Stopped During “Extremely Difficult” Pregnancy

On Wednesday (Apr. 17), Beyoncé blessed the world by releasing her highly anticipated Netflix documentary Homecoming, giving fans an incredibly intimate, behind-the-scenes look at her iconic 2018 Coachella performance (rightfully nicknamed Beychella).But things weren’t as glamorous as they looked on stage though.Beyoncé got super real about how hard it was preparing for the show, considering she had just given births to twins months prior (following a difficult pregnancy), which took a huge toll...
Tags: Music, Celebs, Beyonce, Netflix, Pop Culture, Jazz, Twins, Bey, The Carter Twins, Rumi Carter, Sir Carter, Coachella 2018, Beychella, Beyonce Homecoming Netflix, Homecoming: A Film By Beyoncé

Netflix Testing New Random and Top 10 List Features, But What They Still Need Is Playlists

Netflix has become such an integral part of our entertainment livelihood that most subscribers don’t even care when the streaming subscription service raises their prices a little bit. Thankfully, they’re finally coming around to giving their users new ways to find programs to watch, as well as making it easier for them to pick something to watch on a Saturday night. After years of Netflix customers asking for the ability to choose something to watch at random, the streaming service may finally...
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