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7 New Netflix Shows to Binge Watch in December 2016, and The Best Episodes of Each

7 New Netflix Shows to Binge Watch in December 2016, and The Best Episodes of Each
1. “Trollhunters” Season 1 (available December 23)

Why Should I Watch It? Two big reasons: First, the director of “Pan’s Labyrinth,” Guillermo del Toro, created “Trollhunters,” an animated event series about a teenager who discovers a mystical amulet that unveils a secret civilization of trolls beneath his hometown. If the Oscar nominee himself isn’t enough, there’s another creative force — in addition to the impressive voice cast of Kelsey Grammer, Ron Perlman and Charlie Saxton — to pay attention to: Said teenager is voiced by Anton Yelchin, in what’s being billed his final role. After debuting two episodes at New York Comic-Con in October, del Toro said he never even discussed replacing Yelchin. “We didn’t go into a meeting,” del Toro said. “We didn’t have a conference. […] He was a great guy to work with, he was proud of what he did, we were proud of what he did.
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Producer David Bergstein Arrested in $26 Million Fraud

Producer David Bergstein Arrested in $26 Million Fraud
Movie producer David Bergstein was arrested on Wednesday for allegedly defrauding investors out of $26 million.

Bergstein, 54, was arrested at his home in Hidden Hills, Calif. His movie credits include producing the Pierce Brosnan-Julianne Moore 2004 comedy “The Laws of Attraction,” and executive producing Ron Howard’s “In the Heart of the Sea,” 2004’s “The Whole Ten Yards,” and 2007’s “Before the Devil Knows You’re Dead.”

Federal prosecutors and the Internal Revenue Service said Bergstein and Keith Wellner, 49, of Manhattan, cheated investors at the advisory firm Weston Capital Asset Management. Wellner, the former chief counsel and chief operating officer of Weston, was arrested Wednesday in Manhattan.

“As alleged, David Bergstein and Keith Wellner defrauded investors out of more than $26 million,” Preet Bharara, the U.S. attorney in Manhattan, said. “They allegedly withheld material information, transferred funds without disclosing conflicts of interest, and misappropriated funds for their own use. For
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Every Movie and TV Show Expiring From Netflix in the Month of April

Time to get your Netflix on, before it's too late. While there are a ton of exciting new titles hitting the streaming service in April, there are also a handful that are leaving for good. 2 Fast 2 Furious, Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle, Rock Star, and Nine to Five are among the month's casualties. Been waiting to binge on M*A*S*H? There's no time like the present! (Seriously though, it's leaving.) Take a look below; you've been warned. Expiring April 1 101 Dalmatians 2 Fast 2 Furious Along Came a Spider Along Came Polly Amistad Bad Johnson Bandslam Barefoot Contessa: Back to Basics Collection: Collection 1 Berkeley in the Sixties The Butcher's Wife Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle Chuck's Eat the Street Collection: Collection 1 Craigslist Joe Dear Genevieve Collection: Collection 1 Eureka: Season 4.0 Flashdance Hook Hotel Rwanda House of Wax I'll Be Home for Christmas The Inexplicable Universe with Neil deGrasse Tyson Léon: The Professional M
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What's Leaving Netflix: April 2016

April is last call for some great movies on Netflix streaming, including "Flashdance," '"Leon: The Professional," and "Let The Right One In."

Also going bye-bye: several classic Frank Sinatra films including "Anchors Aweigh" (1945), "High Society" (1956), "On The Town" (1949), "Pal Joey" (1957) and "Some Came Running" (1958).

Here's a complete list of the movies and TV shows leaving Netflix in April:

Leaving April 1, 2016

"101 Dalmatians" (1996)

"2 Fast 2 Furious" (2003)

"Along Came a Spider" (2001)

"Along Came Polly" (2004)

"Amistad" (1997)

"Bad Johnson" (2014)

"Bandslam" (2009)

"Barefoot Contessa: Back to Basics Collection: Collection 1

"Berkeley in The Sixties" (1990)

"The Butcher's Wife" (1991)

"Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle" (2003)

"Chuck's Eat The Street Collection: Collection 1

"Craigslist Joe" (2012)

"Dear Genevieve Collection: Collection 1

"Eureka": Season 4.0

"Flashdance" (1983)

"Hook" (1991)

"Hotel Rwanda" (2004)

"House of Wax" (2005)

"I'll Be Home for Christmas" (1989)

"The Inexplicable Universe with Neil deGrasse Tyson" (2013)

"Leon: The Professional" (1994)

"M*A*S*H": Season 11

"Nanny McPhee" (2005)

"The Naked Gun 2 1/2: The Smell of Fear" (1991)

"Nine to Five
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Here’s What’s Coming And Going From Netflix in January

The new year is upon us, and it’s time to clean up Netflix once again. Don’t fear too much though, as much as we hate to see some of our favorites leave Netflix, they do a pretty good job at adding some great new content. We lose Almost Famous, A Clockwork Orange, American Psycho, The Graduate, Planes, Trains and Automobiles and all the Rocky movies – and we get Intolerable Cruelty, Training Day, The Rundown and a new Netflix Original for Degrassi: The Next Class.

All Title Dates are Subject to Change

Netflix U.S. Release Dates Only

Available 1/1/16

2 Fast 2 Furious (2003)

Along Came Polly (2004)

American Girl: Grace Stirs up Success (2015)

Angry Birds Toons: Season 1

Bring It On: Fight to the Finish (2009)

Bring It On: In It to Win It (2007)

Catwoman (2004)

The Celebrity Plastic Surgeons of Beverly Hills: Season 1

Constantine (2005)

Forensic Files: Collection 2

Friday Night Tykes: Season 1-2

The Good Road
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New on Netflix in January 2016

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What to watch in the post-holiday doldrums of January? Coming to Netflix streaming next month are the Ben Stiller comedies "Meet the Parents," "Meet the Fockers," and "Along Came Polly" as well as "Intolerable Cruelty" and "The Ladykillers" from the Coen Brothers.

Also check out the new "we faked the moon landing" comedy "Moonwalkers," starring Rupert Grint and Ron Perlman, the Chelsea Handler special "Chelsea Does," and, of course, "Sharknado 3."

New on Netflix in January 2016

Available Jan. 1, 2016

"2 Fast 2 Furious" (2003)

"Along Came Polly" (2004)

"American Girl: Grace Stirs up Success" (2015)

"Angry Birds Toons:" Season 1

"Bring It On: Fight to the Finish" (2009)

"Bring It On: In It to Win It" (2007)

"Catwoman" (2004)

"The Celebrity Plastic Surgeons of Beverly Hills:" Season 1

"Constantine" (2005)

"Forensic Files: Collection 2"

"Friday Night Tykes:" Season 1-2

"The Good Road" (2013)

"House of Wax" (2005)

"How to Change the World" (2015)

"Ice Age 2: The Meltdown" (2006)

"Intolerable Cruelty" (2003)

"Journey to Le Mans" (2014)

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Warner Bros. Sued for Distributing 'Laws of Attraction' Without License

Warner Bros. is being taken to court again by two Germany film companies that claim the studio breached a settlement agreement covering four films and is violating their copyright to Laws of Attraction, starring Pierce Brosnan and Julianne Moore. The Zweite Academy and the Erste Academy — together captioned and abbreviated as "Mhf" — previously sued Warner Bros. in 2012 over films that included The Whole Ten Yards, The In Laws and Ballistic: Ecks vs. Sever. The plaintiffs produced the films and entered into distribution agreements with special purpose entities in return for a minimum guaranty, earmarked gross receipts and

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Bruce Willis Signs Up For Extraction

Remember when Bruce Willis used to make interesting, original movies, like Pulp Fiction, Twelve Monkeys and The Fifth Element? An air of excitement would surround each announcement detailing which project the actor would get involved with next. It’s been some time since that excitement has been felt, however, because Willis has essentially been making the same movie, repeatedly, for years. The next product from that assembly line will be Extraction, directed by Steven C. Miller (Silent Night).

The plot focuses on a father and son duo of – wait for it – CIA agents, with Willis as the seasoned elder operative who is traumatized by the – you guessed it – murder of his wife. His less-experienced CIA operative son is working with him on the manufacture of a super-weapon known as the Condor, but is thrust into the driving seat when his father, Willis, is kidnapped by terrorists. As he realizes that
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Exclusive Trailer Premiere for Matthew Spradlin's The Social Contract

For his last film Matthew Spradlin combined The Breakfast Club with a slasher in Bad Kids Go to Hell. The cool thing? It actually worked! On tap right now is the trailer premiere for his latest project, a short called The Social Contract! Dig it!

From the Press Release

Integrated Arts & Media and Emr Media have finally unleashed the highly anticipated first trailer to support their latest production, The Social Contract, directed by Matthew Spradlin (Bad Kids Go to Hell), written by award-winning writer Carlito Rodriguez (The Tony Story), and starring Dominican Republic actress Katherine Castro (El Gallo).

The drama thriller, co-starring Patricia Rae (The Big Wedding), Phillip DeVona (Ride Along), Hector Hank (The Iceman), and the youngest cast member at six years old, child actor Alexander James Rodriguez (All Stars), The Social Contract is a fast-paced action thriller following "The Woman’s" (Katherine Castro) dark and violent past until
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9 TV Stars Who Horribly Botched Their Big Leap Into Films

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Aaron Paul became a critically acclaimed actor while appearing in a recurring role on the television series Big Love and earned even more praise – and won two Emmy Awards – for his starring role on Breaking Bad. So why is it that the movie Need for Speed, which starred Paul, underperformed in U.S. theaters this past weekend?

Just because Paul is an award-winning actor on television does not mean audiences were going to pack the theaters to see his movie. In fact, there is a long history of wildly popular television stars who fail in their attempt to transition to movie stardom. In many cases, these TV stars made poor choices when it came to film roles. In other instances, viewers simply had no interest in seeing these actors play anything else but their beloved TV characters.

For every George Clooney there are many TV
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David Bergstein Loses $50 Million Lawsuit Against Aramid Entertainment

David Bergstein Loses $50 Million Lawsuit Against Aramid Entertainment
Embattled movie financier David Bergstein's lawsuit against Aramid Entertainment Fund, claiming it breached terms of a 2009 settlement of a loan dispute, was dismissed Aug. 5 by a Los Angeles Superior Court judge, who ruled the same action cannot be amended or re-filed. Bergstein, who has been credited as a producer on films like The Whole Ten Yards and  Before the Devil Knows You're Dead, had sought some $50 million in damages from Aramid, Screen Capital International, fund manager David Molner and related parties whom he blames for the 2010 involuntary bankruptcy of five companies he once ran. He says

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10 Sequels It Turned Out Nobody Wanted

There's obviously a market out there for sequels — just look at the summer movie release schedule and you'll find at least one a week. And hey, sometimes a film leaves us wondering what happens next.

But sometimes there are films that had no need for a part two, where audiences left the theater the first go-round and said, "I'm good." And in the case of these ten films, we've got the numbers to prove it!

Hollywood, heed our wisdom: Sometimes it's best to just leave well enough alone.

10. 'Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights' (2004) — Sequel to 'Dirty Dancing' (1987)

• "Dirty Dancing": $62,811,299

• "Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights": $14,140,215

So you had the time of your life in 1987? Big deal. You can't relive the magic 17 years later by conceiving a half-hearted retread set against the backdrop of revolutionary Cuba. Really, this film has nothing to do with the original, save for a brief Patrick Swayze cameo.
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Ronald Tutor, David Bergstein Win Legal Victory in Involuntary Bankruptcy

Ronald Tutor, David Bergstein Win Legal Victory in Involuntary Bankruptcy
After three years of legal battles in bankruptcy court, Ronald Tutor and his former partner in the movie business David Bergstein have won an important legal victory that appears to open the door for Tutor to finally sell more than 500 movies that have been frozen for months by a legal injunction including The Whole Ten Yards, Woody Allen’s Sweet And Lowdown, Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon and the Oscar-winning documentary Taxi To The Darkside. On Monday in Los Angeles, federal Judge Barry Russell issued a final order dismissing complaints for fraudulent transfer of movies and other things by four

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Film Review: Red 2

It seems like Bruce Willis is the undeniable king of appearing in unnecessary sequels. His conscience as of late has to have gone something like this: “Parts in The Expendables 2 and GI Joe: Retaliation, yeah sure why not?” Or how about, “Another Die Hard movie that’s basically an insult to the fundamental ideas of the original? Well if there’s a lucrative paycheck involved, then okay.” And I know it came out nearly ten years ago, but don’t even get me started on The Whole Ten Yards. Now we’ve got Red 2, one of those head-scratching sequels that make you wonder how it was even an option until you check the box office returns on the original. The first Red movie was made for a modest $58 million and made upwards of $199 million in domestic and foreign ticket sales.

Maybe it was all those Red comic book
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Red 2 Review: Mary-Louise Parker Provides The Laughs & Helen Mirren Provides The Balls

Red 2 will put the pop back in your popcorn. Remember the days when a summer film was about entertainment. Some explosions, a little chase, an errant snide comment, those were the good old days. If you’re looking to get off the brooding express and get back into your 10-year-old lovin’ Die Hard mindset, Red 2 is the film for you. The beauty of Red 2 is that it fulfills on the promise that The Whole Ten Yards failed to deliver on nearly ten years ago. Once again, Bruce Willis has the opportunity to bind together a cast of eccentric characters while not dominating the film himself. Willis is often at his best when he is at his subtlest. Still, it’s not a Willis film if he isn’t kicking a little butt. In one sequence, Willis is engaged in close quarters combat with the henchman of a villain played by Neil McDonough.
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Geek Gossip: Evil Dead's cinema terror, Panic in 703 prepares to shoot, Frankie Howerd's House in Nightmare Park back on the market

Giving Us moviegoers enough thrills to possess the top spot at the North American box office last weekend, Evil Dead will have its UK debut on Thursday, April 18.

And in anticipation of the remake's arrival on British screens, Studiocanal and Vue Entertainment have teamed up to offer interactive photo-booth experiences in the foyers of some London cinemas.

This evening was the turn of North Finchley Vue Cinema, tomorrow (April 12) the activity is at Westfield Shepherds Bush Vue Cinema from 4.30pm to 8pm and on Saturday (April 13) it moves to Islington Vue Cinema from 2pm to 6pm.

There's also a cryptic challenge called The Cursed Word, which you can find on the official Facebook page.

Pages of The Book Of The Dead which contain parts of a 'cursed word' have been hidden. Players need to find all the pieces and translate the word into English for a chance to win a
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Panic In 703 Moves into Preproduction

At Risk Entertainment’s upcoming thriller, “Panic in 703”, has moved into preproduction and will shoot in Los Angeles, and Michigan.

The company is rumored to be in talks with actor Johnny Williams (Goodfellas, The Whole Ten Yards), and other talent. Larry Simmons (Locked in a Room) will be directing and producing along with Emerson Rogers Jr. and Brian Lassiter. “I look forward to working with Emerson and Brian, who have also been long time … Continue reading →
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Oz: The Great and Powerful Sequel Moves Forward at Disney

Disney is already lining up a sequel to Oz: The Great and Powerful on the eve of its theatrical release tomorrow. Mitchell Kapner, who co-wrote the first screenplay with David Lindsay-Abaire, has been hired to pen the follow-up.

No story details have been released for the sequel, but there are a few things that the writer legally cannot include in the story. L. Frank Baum's novel The Wonderful Wizard of Oz is in the public domain, which means the writer can use anything contained in that book. However, he cannot use any of the additions used by Warner Bros. in the 1939 classic The Wizard of Oz, such as Dorothy's ruby slippers.

The studio hired Mitchell Kapner to work on the sequel script months ago, a sign that Disney is very confident Oz: The Great and Powerful will be a hit. The movie stars James Franco as Oscar Diggs, a
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Box Office Preview: Will Everyone Take Off to See the Wizard?

Just one week into March and we already have our second attempt at a winter/spring blockbuster as Disney jumps into the fray with their reinventing of the classic L. Frank Baum literary classics and a lower profile crime thriller that might get lost in its shadow. Oz The Great and Powerful (Walt Disney Pictures) Starring James Franco, Mila Kunis, Rachel Weisz, Michelle Williams, Zach Braff, Joey King, Bruce Campbell Directed by Sam Raimi ( Spider-Man and its sequels, The Evil Dead , Darkman and More); Written by Mitchell Kapner ( The Whole Nine Yards , The Whole Ten Yards ), David Lindsay-Abaire ( Rabbit Hole ) Genre: Fantasy, Adventure Rated PG Tagline: "The land you know. The story you don't." Mini-Review: Batman, James Bond and the X-Men have all...
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Michael Clarke Duncan's 5 Most Memorable Movie Roles

Michael Clarke Duncan was a big actor in every sense of the word, a former bodyguard who got a huge break at the age of 41 with a stunning performance in "The Green Mile," and turned in an eclectic range of memorable roles in action, comedy, and dramas.

After tragically dying of a heart attack yesterday at age 54, we're paying tribute to the man by laying out his five career-best filmic turns.

Do you agree with our picks? Leave your thoughts and share your sadness at this great loss in the comments.

5. 'The Whole Nine Yards' (2000)

Famously, it was tough guy Bruce Willis who gave Duncan his big breakthrough, recommending to director Frank Darabont that he cast the 6-foot-5 behemoth in "The Green Mile," even after Willis himself had been turned down for the Tom Hanks lead. It was this act of generosity that perhaps led Duncan to return
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