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What’s New to Stream on Hulu for January 2019

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Hulu has been stuck in the third place position when it comes to movie streaming behind Netflix and Amazon Prime because most people still see them strictly as a home for next-day television. They have movies too, though, and more than a few of them are terrific gems that make …

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Hanna Trailer Teases a Mysterious Kidnapping

If the words “mysterious baby heist” didn’t make you click on this headline so fast you dislocated a finger then shuffle around your priorities, friend. I just want to make that clear up front. But no, sorry, we’re here to discuss Hanna, the upcoming Amazon Prime series adapted from the 2011 …

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Time’s Up Bracelets And Ribbons To Appear On Golden Globes Red Carpet

This year marks the one year anniversary of Time’s Up, an initiative that was launched at a critical time in Hollywood and beyond where women declared it was not safe at work and a call for change was in order. During last year’s Golden Globes, actresses and actors walked the …

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‘Escape Room’ Is A Fun, Well-Crafted Thriller That Can’t Escape Ridiculous Franchise Ambitions [Review]

Here we are, the beginning of a new year. The chance to wash away the bad juju of the previous 365 days and usher in a new twelve months of films that will capture our hearts and minds and, once again, remind us why we love going to the …

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‘Wildlife,’ ‘The Old Man & the Gun,’ ‘Punch-Drunk Love,’ ‘Miami Vice’ & More

With a seemingly endless amount of streaming options — not only the titles at our disposal, but services themselves — we’re highlighting the noteworthy titles that have recently hit platforms. Check out this week’s selections below and an archive of past round-ups here. City of God (Fernando Meirelles) For any …

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The Long Halloween’ May Get Animated, ‘Captain Marvel’ Promo Posters & More /Film

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Want a sneak peek of Batman coming in the final season of Gotham? Is there a Batman: The Long Halloween animated movie coming soon? Where did the white spider symbol on Venom‘s suit come from? Who was the first major cast member hired for Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse? What prop …

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Zach McGowan as Chuck Wepner in Boxing Film ‘The Brawler’ Trailer

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Zach McGowan as Chuck Wepner in Boxing Film ‘The Brawler’ Trailer by Alex Billington January 4, 2019Source: YouTube “I’m Chuck.” “I know who you are…” Vertical Entertainment has unveiled the first official trailer for The Brawler, a new boxing film from produce / director Ken Kushner. The Brawler is yet …

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‘Death In Venice’ Review: Bad Vacation, Queer Classic

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Newly restored, Luchino Visconti’s Death in Venice is a dark and haunting artifact of the last century, the ultimate hazy fever dream tragedy of the rough-riding, arthouse 70s. Where else can everything else end but here, in a perfectly manicured palace of decadence, everyone ominously dropping dead of some unspeakable disease? …

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PGA Awards Nominees Include Black Panther, Roma

The Producers Guild of America has announced its annual nominees for its equivalent of a Best Picture trophy. The PGA is a strong harbinger of Oscar glory so its announcements are met with serious anticipation, and indeed this year’s list is mighty intriguing. Oscar frontrunners A Star Is Born, Roma, …

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Facebook Watch Searches For ‘Mormon Love’ In Leopard USA’s Doc Series

Facebook Watch is to explore teen life and dating in a Mormon community in Utah for its latest doc series. The digital platform has commissioned Mormon Love from House Hunters International producer Leopard USA and is launching the multi-part series on January 13. The show will look at what it’s …

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