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The Best TV Shows and Movies Leaving Netflix in December 2020

You better watch out.  You better not cry. You better not pout. I’m telling you why: Netflix is removing some movies in December. So it goes. But November isn’t over just yet, so if you act now, you can still watch the films mentioned below!  Here are the best movies leaving Netflix in December 2020. Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, AKA the best Spider-Man movie, proved that our current glut of superhero films need not stick so rigidly to a standard fo...
Tags: Movies, Boston, Berlin, Ben Affleck, Netflix, John Malkovich, Brian Cox, Harrison Ford, Indiana Jones, Jackie, Steven Spielberg, Emile Hirsch, The Autopsy of Jane Doe, Jeremy Renner, Rebecca Hall, Dunkin Donuts


A Mysterious Monolith Appears in the Utah Desert, Channeling Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FU0i9VvPmoY People do weird things in the desert. A spokesman for the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources acknowledges that widely understood truth in a recent New York Times article about a mysterious monolith discovered in Red Rock Country. “A team that was counting bighorn sheep by helicopter spotted something odd and landed to take a closer look,” writes Alan Yuhas. “It was a three-sided metal monolith, about 10 to 12 feet tall, planted firmly in the g...
Tags: Google, Art, Facebook, Utah, London, College, United States, New York Times, Stanley Kubrick, New Mexico, Cia, Seoul, Indiana Jones, Death Valley, Facebook Twitter, Utah Department of Public Safety


Do you see it? Right there in the middle? The monolith!

  They weren't going to tell you exactly where it was. Somewhere in the desert in Utah. But the Reddit discussion pinpoints the place, and I made my screen shot from Google Maps "street view."  Here's the article in The Guardian: "Theories abound over mystery metal monolith found in Utah/Structure compared to monolith featured in 2001: A Space Odyssey while John McCracken gallerist says object is not sculptor’s work."  The McCracken gallerist got involved because some people were sayin...
Tags: Landscape, Utah, Law, Sculpture, Language, Reddit, Google Maps, Indiana Jones, Department of Public Safety, Rosebud, McCracken, Ann Althouse, Red Rock Country, Nick Street, John McCracken, Facebook the Utah Highway Patrol


New to Netflix December 2020: All Movies & Shows Coming and Going

New to Netflix December 2020: All Movies & Shows Coming and Going The list for the new Netflix December 2020 movies and TV titles has been released, which you can now view below along with the titles that are set to leave from the streaming service next month. This includes the upcoming series debuts for Netflix originals: Selena: The Series starring Christian Serratos; and Shonda Rhimes’ period drama Bridgerton as well as the final season of Chilling Adventures of Sabrina. Next month will a...
Tags: TV, London, Viola Davis, Movies, Shonda Rhimes, Berlin, Netflix, Oscar, TV News, John Malkovich, Streaming, George Clooney, Santa, Gary Oldman, Indiana Jones, Jackie


Tom Stoppard and the Last Crusade

Hermione Lee has written an authorized biography of playwright, screenwriter, translator, and man of letters Tom Stoppard, called Tom Stoppard: A Life. It was released in the United Kingdom on October 1st and should appear in the United States on February 23, 2021. Here’s an excerpt from the core of Kate Kellaway’s glowing review in The Guardian: “He put on Englishness like a coat,” Lee writes - and one imagines a particularly dashing coat because Stoppard compensated for his reserve by bei...
Tags: UK, England, Nazis, Singapore, India, US, Indiana, United States, United Kingdom, Air Force, Jewish, Václav Havel, Indiana Jones, Spielberg, Steven Spielberg, Arcadia


‘The Bee Gees: How Can You Mend a Broken Heart’ Trailer: How Deep Is Your Love for the Trio?

Even if you didn’t grow up during the disco era, you undoubtedly know at least one song by The Bee Gees. The trio of brothers Barry, Maurice & Robin Gibb delivered such hits as “Stayin’ Alive” and “Night Fever” from the hit film Saturday Night Fever, not to mention other classic tunes like “How Deep Is Your Love” and “You Should Be Dancing.” But there’s a lot you probably don’t know about the meteoric rise to fame enjoyed by The Bee Gees, which will be chronicled in a new documentary on HBO, an...
Tags: Hbo, London, Movies, Documentary, Australia, George Harrison, Mark Ronson, Lulu, Frankie Valli, Indiana Jones, The Bee Gees, Miami Florida, Barry Gibb, Benjamin Button, Robin Gibb, Frank-Marshall


Sigma Force author James Rollins reveals ‘shocking’ new pandemic novel and upcoming fantasy series

“There’s a little bit of Clive Cussler, Tom Clancy, Michael Crichton and Dan Brown in my novels, and a little Conan the Barbarian in me,” James Rollins said by phone from his secluded home outside of South Lake Tahoe.  The unassuming Rollins, 59, whose real name is James Czajkowski, walks the walk: scuba diver, spelunker, whitewater rafter, kayaker, skier, snowboarder, hiker and world traveler.  Rollins is a veterinarian who sold his Sacramento practice in 1998, then worked there part-time,...
Tags: Books, New York, Sacramento, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, New York Times, Army, Dan Brown, Indiana Jones, South Lake Tahoe, Kane, Martin, Jim, Rollins, William Morrow


21 Good Things About Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull

Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull is a movie so bad we joke about how it doesn’t exist—“Oh, it’s a shame they never made a fourth Indiana Jones movie” is a statement one might say or hear. But over a decade since its release, it’s a whole new world. Read more...
Tags: Science, Harrison Ford, Shia LaBeouf, Cate Blanchett, Indiana Jones, George Lucas, John Williams, Nostalgia, Steven Spielberg, Ray Winstone, Crystal Skull, Indiana Jones And The Kingdom Of The Crystal Skull


‘Star Wars’ Disney+ Series From Leslye Headland Will Feature a “Timeline That We Don’t Know Much About”

Ready for another update on the Disney+ Star Wars series from Russian Doll co-creator Leslye Headland? Of course you are. Last week we learned that the female-driven show would be an “action thriller with martial arts elements.” Now, Headland has provided some more context, stating that the show is going to be offering up some new material – specifically, a storyline “in a pocket of the universe and a pocket of the timeline that we don’t know much about.” I know pretty much everyone and thei...
Tags: Star-Wars, Television, Movies, Sci-fi, Disney, Lucasfilm, Indiana Jones, Ewan McGregor, Don, Diego Luna, Headland, Disney Star Wars, Star Wars Disney, Aphra, Leslye Headland, Coming Soon Headland


Star Wars: Leslye Headland Teases Female-Led Disney+ Series’ New Timeline & Characters

Star Wars: Leslye Headland Teases Female-Led Disney+ Series’ New Timeline & Characters More than five months since it was first reported that Lucasfilm has enlisted Russian Doll co-creator Leslye Headland to develop and write a new Star Wars series for Disney+, Headland has finally revealed new details about the untitled female-led project. In a recent interview with Fantastic Frankey, she teased that fans should expect to see the introduction of brand new characters to the sci-fi franchise. ...
Tags: Star Wars, TV, Movies, Disney, TV News, Harrison Ford, Lucasfilm, Indiana Jones, Ewan McGregor, John Boyega, Diego Luna, Headland, Fox 21 Television Studios, Leslye Headland, Cassian Andor, Disney Plus


ComingSoon.net’s Favorite Sean Connery Lines

ComingSoon.net’s Favorite Sean Connery Lines Last weekend we learned of the passing of movie great Sean Connery, who died peacefully in his sleep at the age of 90. The man was a legend, and just to remind you of his greatness, we pulled together our favorite Connery movie lines. Feel free to share yours in the comments below! “You cannot die, MacLeod. Accept it.” Highlander (1988) Click here to purchase the movie! PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlo...
Tags: Movies, Indiana, Chicago, James Bond, Indiana Jones, Sean Connery, Capone, Connery, ComingSoon, Movie News, Favorite Sean Connery Lines


Leslye Headland’s Female-Led ‘Star Wars’ Series Will Be a Martial Arts Thriller

Back in April, it was reported that Leslye Headland, the filmmaker behind movies like Bachelorette and Sleeping With Other People and one of the brains behind Netflix’s mind-bending series Russian Doll, was set to write and act as showrunner on a female-centric Star Wars series for Disney+. What could that show look like? Will it feature familiar or entirely new characters? Details are scarce for now, but a new report suggests that the female-led Leslye Headland Star Wars series will at least f...
Tags: Television, Movies, Sci-fi, Disney, Netflix, Lucasfilm, Indiana Jones, Headland, Rosario Dawson, Star-Wars, Ahsoka Tano, Aphra, Leslye Headland


Watch: Superb 'Hammer Down' Western-Trucker Action Short Film

"You don't even know what's inside there, do you?!" Hammer Down is an excellent action-heavy 13-min short film made by Simon Hatt and it's now online. Inspired by his own upbringing with his truck driver father, Simon made an adventure film about a daughter and her truck driving father. Hammer Down tells the "story of a young girl (Abigail Dylan Harrison) traveling with her truck-driving father (This is Us star Chris Sullivan, who yes, was Taserface in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2) while h...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Short Film, James Gunn, Indiana Jones, Spielberg, Simon, Chris Sullivan, To Watch, Simon Hatt, Abigail Dylan Harrison, SlashFilm Hatt


Watch This: Simon Hatt’s ‘Hammer Down’ is the Action-Packed Trucker-Western Father-Daughter Short Film You Need Right Now

I love short films. They are a storytelling form that allows for interesting twists and turns on the familiar, giving filmmakers a place to hone their craft. Short films are where I first discovered filmmakers like Jason Reitman before they started making features. As the owner of a film website, I get sent a lot of short films and I’ll be quite honest: most of them are bad. But today, I want to bring your attention to a great new short directed by (full disclosure) my friend Simon Hatt. You mi...
Tags: England, Hollywood, Movies, Interviews, America, Features, Suicide Squad, Jason Reitman, James Gunn, Jack Black, Indiana Jones, Spielberg, Simon, Hollywood Reporter, Hatt, Chris Sullivan


Harrison Ford Pays Tribute to Sean Connery

Harrison Ford Pays Tribute to Sean Connery On Saturday it was learned that the great Sean Connery had passed away at the age of 90. The actor left behind an incredible film legacy in which he played iconic heroes such as James Bond and Jimmy Malone. Yet, perhaps his greatest performance came in 1989 when he was paired alongside Harrison Ford in Steven Spielberg’s Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade as the stern (but lovable) Professor Henry Jones, Sr. It’s only fitting that his onscreen son w...
Tags: Movies, Ford, James Bond, Harrison Ford, Indiana Jones, Junior, Steven Spielberg, Sean Connery, Variety, Connery, Henry Jones, David Koepp, ComingSoon, Movie News, Henry Jones Jr, James Bond Star Sean Connery Dead


Sean Connery is remembered by 'Indiana Jones' costar Harrison Ford: 'God, we had fun'

The late Scottish actor, who played Ford’s father in 1989’s “Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade,” died on Oct. 31 at age 90.
Tags: Ford, Harrison Ford, Indiana Jones, Sean Connery


Sean Connery: Harrison Ford pays tribute to 'dear friend'

The actor, who starred with Sir Sean in Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, says: "God we had fun".
Tags: News, Harrison Ford, Indiana Jones, Sean Connery, Sean


Netflix Heist Movie ‘Red Notice’ Wraps Filming, Releases New Photos

Like most Hollywood productions, the Netflix action heist comedy Red Notice temporarily shut down back in March when the pandemic began to present itself as the global threat we now know it to be. Producer and star Dwayne Johnson announced in a March 14 Instagram post that the film would be pulling the plug for at least two weeks, and included the following phrase in his seemingly inspirational caption: “Our country will do its job, as the rest of the world will do theirs.” Oh, how young and na...
Tags: Images, Hollywood, Movies, Instagram, Dwayne-Johnson, Netflix, Deadpool, Johnson, Ryan-Reynolds, Indiana Jones, Interpol, Dodgeball, Gal Gadot, Reynolds, Central Intelligence, Action/Adventure


Harrison Ford Delivers Touching Tribute To Sean Connery Following Indiana Jones Star's Death

The two men worked together on Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade.
Tags: Religion, Harrison Ford, Indiana Jones, Sean Connery, Indiana Jones Star


Harrison Ford Pays Tribute to Sean Connery: “God, We Had Fun” Making ‘Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade’

Harrison Ford does not strike me as a very sentimental guy, but he’s made a slight exception to honor his Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade co-star Sean Connery, who died this past weekend at the age of 90. Read the Harrison Ford Sean Connery tribute below. “He was my father…not in life…but in ‘Indy 3,'” Ford told Variety this week, in the wake of Connery’s death. “You don’t know pleasure until someone pays you to take Sean Connery for a ride in the side car of a Russian motorcycle bouncing ...
Tags: Quotes, Movies, Indiana, Ford, Harrison-Ford, Paramount Pictures, Indiana Jones, George Lucas, Lucas, Sean-Connery, Variety, Connery, Indy, Harrison Ford Sean Connery, Henry Jones, Indiana-Jones-and-the-Last-Crusade


Harrison Ford Remembers His ‘Indiana Jones’ Dad Sean Connery

Harrison Ford paid tribute to Sean Connery, a.k.a. Henry Jones Sr. in the “Indiana Jones” series, who died on Saturday at the age of 90. “He was my father…not in life…but in ‘Indy 3,'” Ford said in a statement to Variety. “You don’t know pleasure until someone pays you to take Sean Connery for a ride […]
Tags: News, Ford, Harrison Ford, Indiana Jones, Sean Connery, Henry Jones


Meet the billionaires bankrolling Joe Biden's 2020 campaign

Joe Biden has 94 billionaire backers, according to Forbes. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque/File Photo At least 134 billionaires or their spouses have donated to former Vice President Joe Biden's presidential campaign, per a Forbes analysis of federal campaign records from September. The billionaires behind Netflix, SlimFast, Hyatt hotels, LinkedIn, and Star Wars all donated various amounts to Biden's election bid. While it's true that Estée Lauder heir Ronald Lauder gave $200,000 to President Donal...
Tags: Apple, Google, Elon Musk, Politics, New York, Texas, London, Microsoft, Obama, Australia, California, Washington Post, Steve Jobs, Stanford, New York City, US


A Video Game Turned 'Indiana Jones' Into A Czech Protest Hero

By JM McNab  Published: November 01st, 2020 
Tags: Humor, Indiana Jones, JM McNab


James Bond Star Sean Connery Dead at Age 90

James Bond Star Sean Connery Dead at Age 90 It is with great sadness that ComingSoon.net must report that Sean Connery has passed away at the age of 90. According to the BBC.com, the actor, best remembered for his portrayal of James Bond, died peacefully in his sleep in the Bahamas after being, in the words of his son, Jason, “unwell for some time.” Jason said his father “had many of his family who could be in the Bahamas around him” when he died overnight in Nassau. “We are all working at u...
Tags: Movies, Russia, Bbc, James Bond, Obituary, Indiana Jones, Bahamas, Jason, Sean Connery, Nassau, Brian De Palma, Connery, Henry Jones, Jim Malone, Nancy Seltzer, James Bond Star Sean Connery Dead


Sean Connery Dies at Age 90. Remembered as 'The Best of Many' James Bonds

In 1962 Sean Connery became the first actor to appear in movies as secret agent James Bond, and according to long-time Slashdot reader schwit1 was "The best of the many Bonds, by far." An anonymous reader writes: Connery influenced the character deeply. The Huffington Post once wrote that James Bond wasn't Scottish until Sean Connery played the role. Ian Fleming was still writing his series of James Bond novels, and "After seeing Connery in Dr. No and thinking the actor did a superb job, Flemi...
Tags: Tech, James Bond, Ian Fleming, Terry Gilliam, Harrison Ford, Catherine Zeta Jones, Indiana Jones, Huffington Post, Sean Connery, Fleming, Slashdot, Glencoe, Connery


Sean Connery, Famed James Bond Actor and Oscar Winner, Has Died at 90

For many, the quintessential image of James Bond comes from Sean Connery, the iconic actor who played the British spy across seven total films in the franchise but did so with his trademark Scottish accent. Sadly, the star of Dr. No and From Russian with Love has passed away at age 90, leaving behind a long legacy of memorable roles. In a statement from Sean Connery’s publicist Nancy Seltzer, it was confirmed that the actor died peacefully in his sleep overnight surrounding by family. James ...
Tags: Death, Movies, Scotland, Russia, Michael Bay, Robin Hood, Nicola Sturgeon, James-Bond, Edinburgh, Terry Gilliam, Barbara Broccoli, Catherine Zeta Jones, Alfred Hitchcock, Indiana Jones, Michael Crichton, Sean-Connery


Sir Sean Connery, the Enduring Face of James Bond, Has Died

Sir Sean Connery, star of stage and screen and the legendary actor who catapulted Ian Fleming’s spyfi novel hero into a movie and pop-cultural icon, has passed away at 90.Read more...
Tags: Science, James Bond, Ian Fleming, Rip, Indiana Jones, Sean Connery, Zardoz, Highlander, James Bond Has


CS Soapbox: Poltergeist is the Best Halloween Film Ever Made!

CS Soapbox: Poltergeist is the Best Halloween Film Ever Made! Every year after a long night — read: an hour or so — of trick or treating, my family sits down to enjoy a long-running tradition: Poltergeist. That’s right, once we’ve collected our treats and sorted out the good stuff from the endless barrage of Sweet Tarts and Tootsie Rolls that line the bottom of our pillowcases, the Ames clan kicks back to watch Steven Spielberg’s/Tobe Hooper’s 1982 horror classic. Forget the Texas Chainsaws ...
Tags: Elsa, Hollywood, Texas, Movies, California, Horror, Debbie Reynolds, Ronald Reagan, Jurassic Park, Bette Midler, Indiana Jones, Spielberg, FX, Steven Spielberg, Poltergeist, John Carpenter


‘The Mandalorian’ Returns With an Explosive Premiere Filled With Big Action and Plenty of ‘Star Wars’ Deep Cuts

Naturally, there are major spoilers here. The second season of The Mandalorian picks up almost immediately where the last left off. Din Djarin, the Mandalorian, has been quested to return the child (known as Baby Yoda on the internet) to its people and decides that seeking out other Mandalorians will aid him in this venture. Since Mandalorians fought against the Jedi in the past, perhaps they can lead him to those who can take the child. This leads him to Tatooine, chasing the shadow of ...
Tags: Star-Wars, Movies, Sci-fi, Disney, Features, Timothy Olyphant, Rex, Darth Vader, Jon Favreau, Alfred Hitchcock, Indiana Jones, George Lucas, Spielberg, Lucas, Anakin Skywalker, Boba Fett