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Laurence Fishburne Discusses Filming in Extreme Cold for The Ice Road

Ice road trucking drama The Ice Road releases on Netflix this Friday, June 25. Liam Neeson leads the flick as Mike, an ice road driver trying to save trapped miners before time runs out. The cast also features Laurence Fishburne, Marcus Thomas, Amber Midthunder, and Benjamin Walker. “After a remote diamond mine collapses in far northern Canada, a ‘big-rig’ ice road driver (Neeson) must lead an impossible rescue mission over a frozen ocean to save the trapped miners,” says the film’s official sy...
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Netflix’s New Dating Show ‘Sexy Beasts’ Will Live Forever in Our Nightmares

Netflix has somehow cracked open the barrier that separates our world from some sort of Lovecraftian cosmic nightmare universe and turned what spilled out into a dating show. Sexy Beasts is a reality series that features contestants going on blind dates. But these singles are going to have their work cut out for them, because they’re all wearing terrifying, elaborate makeup and prosthetics that turns them into animals, and bugs, and the devil, and also a scarecrow? I think? It’s all rather alar...
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Jerry Seinfeld is Making a Movie About Pop-Tarts for Netflix, and No, This Headline is Not a Joke

Jerry Seinfeld has been refining a stand-up comedy bit about Pop-Tarts for more than 10 years, and now he’s preparing to take it to an entirely different level – he’s going to make a film about it. A new report says Seinfeld will direct, produce, co-write, and star in Unfrosted, a movie about the creation of the most reliable of boxed breakfast staples, the Pop-Tart. Learn more about the film and watch the stand-up bit that inspired the project below. What’s the Deal With Unfrosted? Dea...
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Southern California teachers share their summer reading lists

It’s beginning to look a lot sunnier here in Southern California, and we don’t just mean the weather. Thanks to vaccine efforts, we are freer to move about. And no one is happier about that than local teachers, who’ve faced particular challenges during the pandemic. Now, we know that summer reading assignments are pretty standard for teachers to give their students over the summer, but we wondered, after such a tough year, what are the titles teachers themselves are looking forward to enjoying? ...
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‘A Series of Unfortunate Events’ Daniel Handler, aka Lemony Snicket, has ‘Poison for Breakfast’

“This book is about bewilderment,” Lemony Snicket writes in the first page of “Poison for Breakfast,” his new, stand-alone adventure to be published Aug. 17. The slim volume, geared for young readers and adults alike, offers a dive into creativity, philosophy, the writing life and life – and death – in general. (And there might or might not be a crime in it.) What it is not is another installment of Snicket’s beloved children’s novels, “A Series of Unfortunate Events,” about the tragic Baudelair...
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Jerry Seinfeld to Direct, Produce and Star in Pop-Tart Origin Story ‘Unfrosted’ for Netflix

What goes great with coffee? Pop Tarts — naturally. After the success of “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee,” Netflix has nabbed Jerry Seinfeld’s latest venture, a new movie about the creation of the Pop Tart. Seinfeld will produce, direct and star in the comedy, co-written with Spike Feresten and Barry Marder. The concept for the […]
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Netflix’s Q-Force Teaser Introduces The First Queer Spy Division

Netflix has released the first teaser for their newest adult-animated comedy series titled Q-Force, centering around fabulous and badass LGBTQ+ spies. The 10-episode series is scheduled to make its debut on Thursday, September 2. The Q-Force teaser, which you can check out below, introduces us to the main characters as they form their agency’s very first queer spy division. It also gives viewers a preview of what to expect in the action-comedy series including an extravagant Pride parade, and a...
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How to change your Netflix password, even if you don't know your current one

It's easy to change your Netflix password. damircudic/Getty Images You can change your Netflix password using the website or mobile app. If you don't remember your Netflix password, click or tap "Forgot password?" to reset it. Like all passwords, it's a good idea to make your Netflix password unique and complex. This story is a part of Business Insider's Guide to Netflix Tips and Tricks. Your Netflix password is an important tool for protecting your account. It keeps strang...
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Netflix’s Animated ‘Q-Force,’ Starring Sean Hayes, Gary Cole, to Premiere in September (TV News Roundup)

Netflix will bow adult animated comedy series “Q-Force” on Sept. 2, with a voice cast including Sean Hayes, Gary Cole, David Harbour, Patti Harrison, Laurie Metcalf, Matt Rogers, Wanda Sykes and Gabe Liedman. The 10-episode order follows Steve Maryweather, a once-celebrated member of the American Intelligence Agency (AIA) who was sent to West Hollywood to […]
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The heartbreaking true story behind new Netflix film Fatherhood

Fatherhood may have only arrived on Netflix last week, but the film has already skyrocketed...
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Netflix New Releases: The Karate Kid and Other Movies And TV Shows Streaming July 2021

Go ahead, get excited for what's coming to Netflix in July of 2021.
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‘I May Destroy You,’ ‘Crip Camp’ Among Next Batch of 2021 Peabody Award Winners

HBO’s “I May Destroy You” and Netflix’s “Crip Camp” are among the next batch of this year’s Peabody Award winners, which continue to be announced throughout the week. Variety also has a first look at actor Selma Blair presenting the honor to “Crip Camp”; scroll down to watch. Peabody is slowly announcing all 30 of […]
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Another Thing Brexit Could Be Messing Up: Hit British TV Series

“Last year, EU countries agreed that 30% of offerings on streaming services such as Netflix and Amazon Prime should be European-made. The concern among some EU capitals is that currently the UK makes up the vast majority of that 30%, despite Brexit. This month, EU diplomats were invited to discuss whether the ‘privileges’ the UK continues to enjoy were appropriate. They were given a briefing paper, seen by the BBC, which warned that the ‘disproportionate’ prominence of British productions could...
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'Sexy Beasts' is more fever dream than dating show, and it's vital to Netflix

Dating is hard. But at least it doesn't require you to woo your beloved while dressed as a dolphin and they're in full makeup, wearing a scarecrow outfit.
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The Trailer For Netflix’s New Dating Show ‘Sexy Beasts’ Is Pure Nightmare Fuel

Real-life singles look for love while wearing elaborate makeup and prosthetics in the new reality series.
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Netflix's Latest Dating Series Puts Monster Kink at the Forefront

I was going about my morning routine, just another normal Wednesday, when lo, the world’s most cursed tweet blessed my timeline from the @NetflixUK account. Behold.Read more...
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Netflix announces animal-prosthetic dating show Sexy Beasts

Netflix will screen a new show, Sexy Beasts, where singles date while covered in high-end prosthetic makeup that conceals their true appearance and makes them look like animals and monsters. Sexy Beasts is a new dating show where real-life singles sport elaborate makeup and prosthetics to put true blind-date chemistry to the test. — Read the rest
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Interview: Iliza Shlesinger Discusses Good on Paper’s True Story

Based on a mostly true story written by star and comedian Iliza Shlesinger, Good on Paper is a romantic drama that Kimmy Gatewood directs in her feature debut. The cast is rounded out by Ryan Hansen, Margaret Cho, and Rebecca Rittenhouse. The film is now streaming on Netflix. “Andrea Singer always put her stand-up career first, and while dating came easy, love wasn’t a priority… that is until she meets Dennis, a quirky nerd with disarming charm who coaxes her into letting her guard down,” reads...
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Toronto International Film Festival 2021 Line-up Will Include ‘Dune’ and ‘Last Night in Soho’

TIFF, the Toronto International Film Festival, is back this September. Last year, the festival offered a hybrid platform of both limited in-person screenings and digital offerings. A hybrid approach will still be in place this year, but from the looks of things, this year’s TIFF is trying to go back to a format similar to the pre-pandemic era. Of course, this raises a big question: who gets to go to TIFF in person this year? At this very moment, the Canadian border remains closed to the U.S., a...
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'Mass Effect' video game director explains what happened with the scrapped movie adaptation and why TV would be better

"Mass Effect: Legendary Edition." Electronic Arts/BioWare TV adaptations of hit video games are on the rise as media companies search for bankable IP. Mac Walters, the director of "Mass Effect: Legendary Edition," said TV is the best way to adapt games. He thinks it's a "matter of when, not if," Hollywood takes another crack at adapting "Mass Effect." See more stories on Insider's business page. The anticipated video game "Mass Effect: Legendary Edition," developed by BioWare and p...
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Viewers are freaking out about Netflix’s bizarre new dating show Sexy Beasts 

Netflix’s first trailer about their new dating show, Sexy Beasts, has had the...
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Kenya Barris says that 'Netflix became CBS' and wanted 'down the middle' content from him

Barris. Richard Shotwell/Invision/AP Producer Kenya Barris exited his Netflix deal this year for a deal with ViacomCBS' BET Studios. He told The Hollywood Reporter that "Netflix became CBS." "The stuff I want to do is a little bit more edgy, a little more highbrow," he said. See more stories on Insider's business page. In 2018, the superstar producer Kenya Barris - creator of ABC's "Black-ish" - signed a lucrative deal with Netflix following other high-profile names like Ryan M...
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Steven Spielberg’s Amblin Partners Signs Deal with Netflix

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‘Sky Rojo’ Season 2 Trailer Drops Ahead of July Premiere

Netflix Spain has dropped a trailer for the highly anticipated second season of its high-octane Spanish thriller series “Sky Rojo,” coming to the platform worldwide on July 23. Shifting from the Spanish noir aesthetics of “Money Heist,” “Sky Rojo” opts for a brightly colored, neon palette to mix several genres into something its creators Álex […]
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Sexy Beasts trailer reveals new Netflix dating show, and you kinda just have to see it

You couldn't make it up. Except that's exactly what they've done.
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Apple TV+ and Other Streaming Services Could Face Ofcom Regulation in the UK

U.S. video streaming services including Apple TV+, Netflix, and Disney+ are likely to face tighter regulation in the U.K. as part of proposals being considered by the British government. Ministers at the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport today announced that they will consult on plans to bring streaming video platforms under British broadcasting laws in order to level the regulatory playing field with traditional broadcasters like the BBC, ITV, Sky and others. Traditional broa...
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Netflix, Disney Plus, Amazon Face ‘Tightening Regulation’ from U.K. Lawmakers

The U.K. government will “consider tightening regulation of video-on-demand services such as Netflix, Disney Plus and Amazon Prime Video,” the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) revealed on Wednesday. The government consultation will explore VOD services being subject to similar rules as traditional linear broadcasters such as the BBC, ITV and Sky. These […]
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Pop star's collecting obsession

Taiwanese pop star Jay Chou tends to excel at whatever he puts his mind to. He's one of Asia's best-known singers, the director of an award-winning movie and a magician with his own Netflix series. But when it came to collecting art, Chou wasn't, by his own admission, instantly successful.
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The 15 most popular Prime Day 2021 deals our readers are buying right now, from Crest Whitestrips to AirPods

If you buy through our links, we may earn money from affiliate partners. Learn more. Amazon; Gilbert Espinoza/Business Insider Amazon Prime Day is one of the biggest sale events of the year, and it's entering its final hours. During the annual sale, shoppers saw massive discounts on tech, cookware, and home goods. Below are the 15 most-purchased products Insider readers have been buying up this year. Amazon Prime Day 2021 is going on now through the end of today, June 22. During thi...
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Why Sparks has spent 50 years making famous fans of Beck, Neil Gaiman, ‘Weird Al’ Yankovic and more

By Dan DeLuca There’s a scene in “The Sparks Brothers,” director Edgar Wright’s movie about the hugely influential art-pop duo Ron and Russell Mael, in which the siblings are asked why they had never before agreed to do a documentary film about their fabulously unpredictable 50-year-plus career. “We didn’t want to do the standard documentary full of talking heads,” says Ron Mael, the brother with the mustache who’s the band’s principal songwriter. His singing sibling Russell concurs: “It would b...
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