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Here Are All The New Releases Coming to Netflix in January 2018

Netflix is starting out 2018 with a ton of new film and TV series releases! We are only about halfway through December, but if you're curious to know what is waiting for you on the streaming service in the new year, we have a full list the new releases and their release dates. There's a lot of great stuff coming including a bunch of Batman Films, the Lethal Weapon movies, The Godfather trilogy, Caddyshack, Apollo 13, King Kong, The Shawshank Redemption, Training Day, and even all of the Bring it On films! You can check out the fill list below!

Week of 1/1/18

10,000 B.C. -- 1/1/18

30 Days of Night -- 1/1/18

Age Of Shadows -- 1/1/18

AlphaGo -- 1/1/18

America's Sweethearts -- 1/1/18

Apollo 13 -- 1/1/18

Batman -- 1/1/18

Batman & Robin -- 1/1/18

Batman Begins -- 1/1/18

Batman Forever -- 1/1/18

Batman Returns -- 1/1/18

Breakfast at Tiffany's -- 1/1/18

Bring It On -- 1/1/18

Bring It On Again -- 1/1/18

Bring It On: All or Nothing
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Mike Flanagan’s Before I Wake Coming to Netflix in the Us on January 5th

  • DailyDead
Horror fans have been looking forward to seeing Mike Flanagan's Before I Wake since the film was teased in trailers back in 2015, but bankruptcy issues at Relativity Media delayed and ultimately brought the movie's release to a halt. Since that time, Flanagan directed two well-received films for Netflix, and the streaming service has now revealed that they will bring Before I Wake out of film purgatory and into the warm glow of the TV screen.

Netflix revealed the exciting Before I Wake news in their full announcement of titles being added to their streaming lineup in January of 2018. Starring Jacob Tremblay, Thomas Jane, and Kate Bosworth, Before I Wake will be available to watch on the streaming service beginning Friday, January 5th, marking its first official release in the Us (it was previously released internationally, including in the UK by Netflix).

Other titles being added to Netflix (in the Us) include 30 Days of Night,
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‘The Godfather’ Trilogy Makes Netflix an Offer It Can’t Refuse Next Month; ‘Marie Antoinette’ and ‘Midnight in Paris,’ Too

  • Indiewire
Say this for 2018: It can’t be any worse than 2017, right? (Spoiler: It totally can.) At least Netflix’s first batch of offerings inspires cautious optimism in the new year, with everything from the entire “Godfather” trilogy, “Marie Antoinette,” five different “Batman” films and five different “Bring It On” movies (did you even know they’d made that many?), “Midnight in Paris,” the complete “Lethal Weapon” collection, “Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory,” and “The Truman Show” coming to the streaming service in January.

Read More:Netflix Reveals the Most Binge-Watched Shows of 2017: ‘American Vandal,’ ’13 Reasons Why,’ and More

As for Netflix Originals, there are several: “Before I Wake” and “Rotten” are both available to stream as of January 5, “Somebody Feed Phil” and “The Polka King” premiere a week later, “The Open House” arrives on the 19th, and “A Futile and Stupid Gesture” and “Dirty Money” both debut on the 26th.
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Grey’s Anatomy Season 14 Just Received Extra Great News From ABC

  • OnTheFlix
Hey, "Grey's Anatomy" fans. We've got some extra great news for you guys that we think you'll certainly enjoy hearing. Recently, the folks over at Deadline recently put out a report revealing that ABC is so pleased with the way the current season 14 is going that they decided to extend it! That's right. Apparently, ABC only originally ordered 22 episodes for this season, but now they've bumped that number up to a full 24. That means you guys can expect to get an additional two more episodes before this season is over. How do you guys feel about that? We're sure most of you are ecstatic about it. In addition to ABC extending out Grey's Anatomy's 14th season, Deadline also reported that ABC gave their hit comedy series "Black-ish" another two episodes, and they gave their show American Housewife another two episodes. That gave both of those series a total 24 episodes each.
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Grey’s Anatomy Season 14 Is Bringing On A New Female Guest

  • OnTheFlix
Hey, "Grey's Anatomy" fans. We've got some very interesting new casting news for you guys in regards to this current season 14. Recently, the folks over at Entertainment Weekly put out a new article revealing that the show has hired former"One Tree Hill" actress Bethany Joy Lenz. If any of you were "One Tree Hill" fans, you'll remember her as the one who played character Haley James Scott on that show. Entertainment Weekly pointed out that this new casting comes just after they got rid of season regular Martin Henderson aka Dr. Nathan Riggs. Bethany is scheduled to just be a guest character on Grey's Anatomy. So, it doesn't sound like she'll be sticking around for long. She might come in and do an arc that spans a few episodes and then head out. But, who knows? Anything can happen. She might stick around the whole season if they decide its better for the show.
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Bring It On: examining its straight-to-dvd sequels

Kirsten Howard Nov 15, 2016

There are now a staggering four sequels to 2000's feelgood cheerleading hit Bring It On, but are they any good?

This article contains spoilers for the assorted Bring It On movies.

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2000’s Bring It On is a very odd duck.

It’s not that the film is particularly innovative about how it spins its narrative – there’s a pretty standard set of beats in place for a sports movie – but traditionally, sports movies don’t tend to have a predominantly female cast (and even something like A League Of Their Own was somewhat led by Tom Hanks). Not only that, it’s a movie with a predominately female cast that isn’t entirely focused on love or romance.
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10 Movie Sequels That Are Borderline Remakes

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Over the years, sequels have gotten a bad rap for representing lack of originality in film making. These are some examples of such films that didn't exactly exude creativity.

Coming up with ideas for movies is hard. Coming up with ideas for sequels can be even more challenging. That's why so many of them rely on what has been done before. As an example of this phenomenon, here are ten films that are boarderline remakes:

The Gimmick Films: There are many movies out there that relied on a gimmick in order to fill theater seats. For some of those films, the gimmick worked so well that the film was a hit. What does Hollywood do with its hits? Make sequels of course! And what does Hollywood do with sequels for a gimmick film? Use the same gimmick again (with just a few minor changes)! Why mess with success….right?

1. Home Alone
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Good Universe Hires Kelli Konop for Production Post

Production-sales company Good Universe has named veteran executive Kelli Konop as exec VP of physical production, Variety has learned exclusively.

Konop’s first projects are “Neighbors 2” for Universal, currently shooting in Atlanta, and the untitled Fede Alvarez thriller for Sony, which is in post-production.

Konop oversaw production at Mandate Pictures between 2004 and 2011 with Good Universe co-founders Nathan Kahane and Joe Drake, including “Juno,” “50/50,” “Young Adult” and “Hope Springs.” She was executive in charge of production on Ghost House films “Drag Me to Hell” and “30 Days of Night,” directed by David Slade, and a co-producer on “The Possession.”

Konop will report to Kahane and run all aspects of physical production for Good Universe’s slate of films from pre-production through post-production, including formulation of production plans, budgeting, scheduling and managing day-to-day operations.

Konop has produced 37 films, including “Bring It on Again,” “The Breed” for Sony Screen Gems and Steve James’ “Joe and Max” for Starz.
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James Wan Says His 'MacGyver' Movie Would've Been Like 'North By Northwest' & 'Enemy Of The State'

While James Wan is putting on his blockbuster shoes in a very big way with the upcoming, possibly Oscar winning "Furious 7," before he signed up to the gasoline smelling franchise, he was attached to direct the big screen version of television's most handy hero, "MacGyver." Wan wound up making "Furious 7" instead, moving on from that reboot, and while there was a script in place by Jason Richman ("Swing Vote," "Bangkok Dangerous"), which was rewritten by Brian and Mark Gunn ("Bring It On Again," "Journey 2: The Mysterious Island"), the director has shared his own pretty wild concept for the "MacGyver" he wanted to make. “...my initial concept was I wanted to do a young college MacGyver who went to Boston, one of the great universities, who’s really brilliant, right? He’s a really smart guy but he’s so smart he could never feel like he fit into a construct,
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'MacGyver' Movie Moves Forward With 'Insidious' & 'Saw' Helmer James Wan To Direct

'MacGyver' Movie Moves Forward With 'Insidious' & 'Saw' Helmer James Wan To Direct
Well, Aunt Patty and Aunt Selma are going to be thrilled. While it might seem new, a movie about "MacGyver" has been brewing for years (at one point, the show's creator tried to sue to stop the release of "MacGruber") but it's now kicking back to life. Variety reports that New Line is so jazzed about "Insidious" and "Saw" director James Wan's upcoming "The Conjuring," they've given him the keys to the TV property for a feature length treatment. And that's really the whole of the news at this point. It's not clear if the 62 year-old Richard Dean Anderson will reprise his role (we don't see that happening, but a supporting or cameo turn, sure) and what the tone of the movie will be. There is a script by Jason Richman ("Swing Vote," "Bangkok Dangerous") that was recently given a once over by Brian and Mark Gunn ("Bring It On Again,
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Review: Journey 2: The Mysterious Island

In 2008, Josh Hutcherson starred in a rape of the classic Jules Verne novel Journey to the Center of the Earth. This week he returns for sloppy seconds in an almost completely unrelated vehicle, Journey 2: The Mysterious Island, aka The Death of Michael Caine's Career. Hutcherson's character Sean Anderson is the only common thread connecting the two films as he again goes in search of a missing family member trapped in a 3D theme-park caricature of a Jules Verne environment.

This time it is Sean's grandfather, perhaps the worst role ever written for Michael Caine, who has sent a secret radio message from Verne's Mysterious Island. Joined unwillingly by his stepfather Hank (Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson), Sean sets out for a weekend round-the-world trip of adventure and male bonding. Along the way they pick up down-on-his-luck pilot and single parent Gabato (Luis Guzman) and his daughter Kailani (Vanessa Hudgens
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Journey 2: The Mysterious Island (review)

Gotta gotta love Hollywood. They’re not just in love with sequels, they’re in love with making sequels bad. So when they take a just barely inoffensive little kiddie action flick such as Journey to the Center of the Earth and give it another whirl, they’re sure to put the right talent on it. Such as director Brad Peyton. He’s not the guy they got to helm ordinary crap like Cats & Dogs -- he’s the guy they got to helm the followup megacrap, Cats & Dogs: The Revenge of Kitty Galore. And here are the screenwriting team of Brian and Mark Gunn, who didn’t pen the pretty good Bring It On but the direct-to-dvd shitquel Bring It On Again, and their cowriter Richard Outten, who wrote not Pet Sematary but Pet Sematary Two. It’s not fair to suggest that Hollywood doesn’t care or isn’t trying.
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What to Watch on Super Bowl Sunday – Instead Of, You Know, the Big Game

What to Watch on Super Bowl Sunday – Instead Of, You Know, the Big Game
If the Super Bowl doesn’t strike your fancy — and mind you, NBC’s coverage of the game starts at noon Est, six-and-a-half hours before kick-off — but you still want an excuse to park yourself on the couch and surround yourself with TV treats, you’re in luck. Because in addition to fresh episodes of Shameless, Luck, Downton Abbey and the like (to be detailed in tomorrow’s TVLine-Up), there’s a little something for everyone this Sunday, including some kid-friendly movies and mind-numbing marathons.

Scroll down through our round-up of super alternatives — TVLine has you covered for everything except
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Watch This Trailer to See The Rock and Michael Caine Journey 2 The Mysterious Island

What does it say about Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson’s movie career that he is now starring in Brendan Fraser’s sloppy seconds? Probably that he could use a nice paycheck just like Michael Caine, Vanessa Hudgens, Kristin Davis, and Luis Guzman, as you’ll see in this trailer for Journey 2: The Mysterious Island.

Journey 2: The Mysterious Island (opening in 3D on February 10th) is the sort of sequel to the 2008 3D Brendan Fraser family fantasy flick Journey to the Center of the Earth. I say “sort of” because the only thing that really seems to be tying the two films together is the return of Josh Hutcherson, who played Fraser’s son in the original, and that this Walden Media production is also a very loosely based adaptation of a classic Jules Verne novel.

Brendan Fraser passed on returning for this follow-up so Dwayne Johnson steps in
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Journey 2: The Mysterious Island Trailer Starring Josh Hutcherson and The Rock

Just when you thought Dwayne Johnson was starting to refocus his career on R-rated action movies, he goes and does... this. Journey 2: The Mysterious Island is the sequel to the Brendan Fraser 3D adventure Journey to the Center of the Earth, and aside from the improved cast it doesn't seem like the budget has really increased. It essentially looks like a low rent Jurassic Park knockoff with gratuitous 3D effects. Brendan Fraser is not returning because director of the first film, Eric Brevig, had scheduling conflicts and apparently Fraser just couldn't see another movie working without him. Makes perfect sense. The story has shifted the focus to be on Josh Hutcherson's character Sean, who teams up with his mom's boyfriend (Dwayne Johnson) to find his grandfather (Michael Caine), who supposedly disappeared while exploring a mythical lost island. Luis Guzmán also serves as the comic relief while Vanessa Hudgens plays the love interest.
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Journey 2: The Mysterious Island movie trailer

Trailer for Journey 2: The Mysterious Island, starring Dwayne Johnson, Michael Caine, Josh Hutcherson. The Brad Peyton-directed adventure family film opens via Warner Bros.' New Line Cinema on February 10th next year, scripted by Brian Gunn and Mark Gunn (Bring it on Again). Also in the cast of Journey 2 are Luis Guzman, Vanessa Hudgens and Kristen Davis. The film which follows after Journey to the Center of the Earth, has hero Sean Anderson (Hutcherson) partnering with his mom's boyfriend on a mission to seek his grandfather, who is thought to be missing on a mythical island...
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Journey 2: The Mysterious Island movie trailer

Trailer for Journey 2: The Mysterious Island, starring Dwayne Johnson, Michael Caine, Josh Hutcherson. The Brad Peyton-directed adventure family film opens via Warner Bros.' New Line Cinema on February 10th next year, scripted by Brian Gunn and Mark Gunn (Bring it on Again). Also in the cast of Journey 2 are Luis Guzman, Vanessa Hudgens and Kristen Davis. The film which follows after Journey to the Center of the Earth, has hero Sean Anderson (Hutcherson) partnering with his mom's boyfriend on a mission to seek his grandfather, who is thought to be missing on a mythical island...

Journey 2: The Mysterious Island movie trailer

Trailer for Journey 2: The Mysterious Island, starring Dwayne Johnson, Michael Caine, Josh Hutcherson. The Brad Peyton-directed adventure family film opens via Warner Bros.' New Line Cinema on February 10th next year, scripted by Brian Gunn and Mark Gunn (Bring it on Again). Also in the cast of Journey 2 are Luis Guzman, Vanessa Hudgens and Kristen Davis. The film which follows after Journey to the Center of the Earth, has hero Sean Anderson (Hutcherson) partnering with his mom's boyfriend on a mission to seek his grandfather, who is thought to be missing on a mythical island...
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Blake Edwards Remembered, Bob Feller And 'Stargate Universe' Canceled In Today's Twitter-Wood

Blake Edwards Remembered, Bob Feller And 'Stargate Universe' Canceled In Today's Twitter-Wood
Writer-director Blake Edwards' death was felt in Twitter-Wood today. His films such as "Breakfast at Tiffany"'s and "The Pink Panther" influenced generations of Hollywood talent, and a few such actors and directors, including Edgar Wright, Steve Martin and William Shatner paid their respects with posts.

The sports world was sad as well, with Hall of Fame pitcher Bob Feller passing away; Brody Stevens honored his legacy, while yet even more distraught tweets reacted to news that "Stargate Universe" has been canceled on Syfy. Check out who's going to miss it down below.

I'm @brianwarmoth, and this is Twitter-Wood for December 16, 2010.

Twitter Pic of the Day:

@davidwain Me and @sarahksilverman rocking it out last night at Ucb/La http://yfrog.com/h2d64bj

-David Wain, Actor/Writer ("Role Models," "Wet Hot American Summer")

Blake Edwards pt. 1: @SteveMartinToGo Blake Edwards was one of the people who made me love comedy.
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