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Rob Kardashian Eats Wetzel's Pretzels Amid Blac Chyna Revenge Porn Settlement Demand

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Rob Kardashian is switching up his meals after settling some costly legal disputes with Blac Chyna -- not to mention a huge one still pending -- for something that costs $3.50. Rob was seen out in Thousand Oaks Tuesday at a mall buying some chow from Wetzel's Pretzels in his signature outfit. We're told he was in and out ... picking up at least one doughy treat. We can't blame the guy for eating cheap -- he
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'Home Again' Review: Reese Witherspoon's Romcom is a Big Little Wreck

'Home Again' Review: Reese Witherspoon's Romcom is a Big Little Wreck
Reese Witherspoon can still do anything – check out HBO's Big Little Lies, where she does double duty as an actress and an executive producer, showing how life looks from a complex woman's point of view. Sadly, that particular skill set fails to find its way into Home Again, a patently bogus romcom in which every note rings false.

Witherspoon plays Alice Kinney, a single mom of two precocious daughters and who's just left New York for Los Angeles after splitting from her music-exec husband (Michael Sheen). You can save your tears,
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Netflix: Movies and TV Shows Leaving in September

Here are the movies and TV shows leaving Netflix in September.

Scream, Lilo & Stitch, Hope Floats, Something's Gotta Give, A Nightmare on Elm Street and Philomena are some of the films subscribers to the streaming service should check out in the next few weeks if they want to watch them before they expire.

Seasons 1-10 of CSI: Miami and 1-5 of ABC's recently canceled Tim Allen starrer Last Man Standing will also no longer be available starting next month.

Netflix's September additions were just announced.

Check out the full list of films and TV series leaving Netflix below.

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The List of Movies Leaving Netflix in September Might Make You Scream

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It's that time again: Netflix is purging some of our favorite titles to make way for some fresh movies and TV shows. Although we'll be sad to lose movies like Scream and A Nightmare on Elm Street right before Halloween, the list of new options (Beauty and the Beast!) is equally exciting. Without further ado, here are all of the movies and TV shows you'll need to say goodbye to this September. Sept. 1 Better Off Ted, season two Do Not Disturb Frailty Hope Floats Jackass: The Movie Julia Lego Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu: King of Shadows Lego Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu: Way of the Ninja Rv The Batman, seasons one-five The Deep End, season one The Omen Wilfred, seasons one-two Something's Gotta Give Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street Tears of the Sun Scream A Nightmare on Elm Street Sept. 3 Drumline: A New Beat Sept. 4 The A-List Sept.
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The Dramas of Diane Keaton

“It’s not a good idea to be identifiable, though it’s reassuring. It feels safe in most ways, and that’s bad, because it means that you’re accepted, and once that happens that’s where you stay. You have to watch yourself. I’d like a life like Katharine Hepburn’s in terms of work. She matured. She made the changes. Like Martha Graham.”

Diane Keaton, New Yorker, 1978

Diane Keaton is to receive the American Film Institure Lifetime Achievement award on June 8th. We should be pleased, not only deserved because Keaton is a true legend, but also because highly accomplished comic actors are so often overlooked by awards bodies. Think of Keaton and Annie Hall comes immediately to mind along with other Woody Allen films, as well as comedies like The First Wives Club, Father of the Bride and Something's Gotta Give. But few actresses have a
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Home Again Trailer: Reese Witherspoon Tries to Reboot Her Love Life

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Home Again Trailer: Reese Witherspoon Tries to Reboot Her Love Life
Everyone's talking about Alice in the new teaser trailer for Home Again! Starring Reese Witherspoon, Pico Alexander, Nat Wolff, Jon Rudnitsky, Michael Sheen, Candice Bergen and Lake Bell, this modern romantic comedy from writer and director Hallie Meyers-Shyer in her directorial debut and from Producer Nancy Meyers (The Holiday, The Intern, Something's Gotta Give) arrives in theaters everywhere this September! In addition to the new trailer, the studio has released the first three images.

Home Again stars Reese Witherspoon (Big Little Lies, Wild, Walk The Line, Sweet Home Alabama) as Alice Kinney in a modern romantic comedy. Recently separated from her husband, (Michael Sheen), Alice decides to start over by moving back to her hometown of Los Angeles with her two young daughters. During a night out on her 40th birthday, Alice meets three aspiring filmmakers who happen to be in need of a place to live. Alice agrees to
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Emma Stone Reveals the One Thing Fans Don't Know About Ryan Gosling

Emma Stone Reveals the One Thing Fans Don't Know About Ryan Gosling
Emma Stone shares an unknown fact about her La La Land co-star, Ryan Gosling.

The 28-year-old actress covers Vanity Fair's Hollywood issue alongside Natalie Portman, Greta Gerwig, Amy Adams, Aja Naomi King, Ruth Negga, Lupita Nyong'o, Janelle Monae, Dakota Johnson and sisters Elle and Dakota Fanning. The 11 actresses have 12 Oscar nominations and two wins among them, while three of the stars -- Stone, Portman and Negga, are up for Oscars this year.

Annie Leibovitz exclusively for Vanity Fair

Gosling is also nominated for his lead role in La La Land, and Stone reveals to the magazine the one thing that most fans don't know about her handsome co-star.

"Ryan can eat more Twizzlers than anyone you've ever met," she quips. "[On set], he would keep [them] in his coat pocket and just hand out Twizzlers and eat Twizzlers himself. ...That was his move on La La Land."

Watch: Emma Stone's Amazing Golden Globe Night -- From Freaking Out Over
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The Holiday Turns 10: Here Are All the Ways the Movie Still Makes Us Eternally Jealous

The Holiday Turns 10: Here Are All the Ways the Movie Still Makes Us Eternally Jealous
It takes a special type of movie to make viewers simultaneously more smitten than they've ever been, and jealous enough to break the television in half. Ladies and gentleman, meet The HolidayNancy Meyers, the creative genius behind this Christmas miracle, has long been Hollywood's arbiter of the good life, giving us screen envy in everything from The Parent Trap (can we have Elizabeth James' life, or at least her London row house?) to Something's Gotta Give (we'll take one of Diane Keaton's fictitious career, please) to It's Complicated (we don't have to tell you that we're lusting after that bakery in Santa Barbara). Her foray into holiday flicks...
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You Have Less Than a Month to Watch These Movies on Netflix

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The time has come. Well, almost. Netflix has released its list of films and TV shows that are leaving the streaming service in November. The majority of movies are expiring on the first day of the month, but there are a few that are slowly trickling out, as well. Take a look, and make sure you've caught all the new stuff from October! Related:25 New November Additions to Netflix That Will Complement the Cozy Weather Expiring Nov. 1 The Addams Family Almost Famous Angel Heart Barnyard Bratz: The Movie The 'Burbs Can't Hardly Wait Chuck, seasons one to five The Core Deliverance E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial Echelon Conspiracy Eight Crazy Nights Empire State Equilibrium Escape to Witch Mountain The Family Man Fatal Attraction Fresh Get Rich or Die Tryin' The Holiday Into the Wild Kangaroo Jack Legally Blonde Legally Blonde 2: Red, White & Blonde Major League Mansfield Park Meet Joe Black Mel Brooks
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Jesse Williams, Rashida Jones and More React to Police Shootings: 'I Can't Wake Up to Another Innocent Black Man Gone'

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Jesse Williams, Rashida Jones and More React to Police Shootings: 'I Can't Wake Up to Another Innocent Black Man Gone'
Expressing outrage and demanding change, celebrities including John Legend, Justin Timberlake, and Jesse Williams are speaking out on social media after two African-American men, Alton Sterling and Philando Castile, were killed in officer-related shootings in Louisiana and Minnesota earlier this week within a 48-hour span. Their deaths - both captured on cell phone video - have many celebrities comparing the incidents to Freddie Gray and Eric Garner, who also died while interacting with authorities. Castile, 32, was killed in Falcon Heights, Minnesota, during a traffic stop Wednesday. He was shot in front of his girlfriend and her child as he reached for his driver's license,
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Ellen DeGeneres Helps a 'Sexually Frustrated' Diane Keaton Find a 'New Lover'

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Ellen DeGeneres Helps a 'Sexually Frustrated' Diane Keaton Find a 'New Lover'
Diane Keaton is looking for a new lover. Keaton, 70, stopped by The Ellen DeGeneres show in an episode airing Friday, where she admitted she's a bit "sexually frustrated." As the actress was chatting with DeGeneres about her line of wine, she explained that she's developed a bad habit of chewing on ice, and when the talk-show host said she heard that can mean a person is sexually frustrated, Keaton agreed. "I am sexually frustrated," she said. "Do you know what that feels like, to be sexually frustrated?" "I know what it feels like and it's not good" she said with a laugh,
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Ellen DeGeneres Helps a 'Sexually Frustrated' Diane Keaton Find a 'New Lover'

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Ellen DeGeneres Helps a 'Sexually Frustrated' Diane Keaton Find a 'New Lover'
Diane Keaton is looking for a new lover. Keaton, 70, stopped by The Ellen DeGeneres show in an episode airing Friday, where she admitted she's a bit "sexually frustrated." As the actress was chatting with DeGeneres about her line of wine, she explained that she's developed a bad habit of chewing on ice, and when the talk-show host said she heard that can mean a person is sexually frustrated, Keaton agreed. "I am sexually frustrated," she said. "Do you know what that feels like, to be sexually frustrated?" "I know what it feels like and it's not good" she said with a laugh,
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Audrina Patridge -- My Swollen Hills Are Just Killing Me (Photo)

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Mount Audrina Patridge looks ready to blow ... but she ain't even close. The pregnant ex-'Hills' star is only about 6 months in, and during a stroll this week in Hawaii ... her face said it all -- get this not so little girl outta me! As if carrying around an extra human being wasn't enough .. AP and BMX pro fiance Corey Bohan are also in the middle of planning their upcoming wedding in Hawaii. Something's gotta give.
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Newish Viewing: Concussion, Hateful 8, and Reader Poll

Here's what's new or newish for home viewing over the past two weeks for DVDs, BluRays, or Streaming. Now you can...

• see if the Pinkett-Smiths had any reason to be upset about the lack of Oscar interest in Concussion (hint: no)

• stab your eyes out while watching Daddy's Home

• find out if The Hateful Eight is Tarantino's worst (hint: yes)

• discover the stuff they left out of Pt 1 in order to make another billion with Hunger Games: Mockingjay Pt 2

• watch Juliet Stevenson be Mother Teresa in The Letters

• endure yet another Paranormal Activity movie because they will never stop making those

• use Point Break (2015) discs for coasters because who needs a remake when Point Break (1991) is still such a knockout?!

Reader's Choice Streaming

We kicked off the biweekly reader's choice series with Gattaca (1997) and Cruel Intentions (1999). Time for another on Wednesday April 6th only I'm forcing a move away from
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New on Netflix: April 2016

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In April, fire up Netflix and prepare to binge-watch hit movies like "The Princess Bride" and "The Shawshank Redemption" as they're added (finally!) to Netflix streaming. Also new to streaming: Stanley Kubrick classics "2001: A Space Odyssey" (1968) and "A Clockwork Orange" (1971).

Also, say hello to Netflix Originals "The Ranch," starring Ashton Kutcher, Danny Masterson, and Sam Elliott; Season 2 of "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt"; and Ricky Gervais's "Special Correspondents."

Here's the complete list of what's new on Netflix in April 2016. Of course, titles and release dates are always subject to change.

Available April 1, 2016

"16 Blocks" (2006)

"2001: A Space Odyssey" (1968)

"A Clockwork Orange" (1971)

"Anthony Bourdain": Parts Unknown": Season 5

"The Ascent of Woman": A 10,000 Year Story

"Beat Bobby Flay": Season 1

"Best in Show" (2000)

"Bob's Burgers": Season 5

"Boogie Nights" (1997)

"Breathe" (2014)

"Chaplin" (1992)

"Charlie and "The Chocolate Factory" (2005)

"Codegirl" (2015)

"Colegas" (2012)

"Cujo" (1983)

"Cutthroat Kitchen": Seasons 34

"Deep Impact" (1998)

"Dennis Rodman's Big Bang in Pyongyang
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"Star Wars," "Ant-Man" Among Ace Eddie Awards Nominees! See Full List!

The American Cinema Editors has announced the nominees of their 66th Annual Ace Eddie Awards and J.J. Abrams' "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" is one of the contenders in the Best Edited Feature Film (Dramatic) category while Peyton Reed's "Ant-Man" is a nominee in the Comedy category.

Writer/director Nancy Meyers ("The Intern," "It's Complicated," "Something's Gotta Give") will receive the Ace Golden Eddie Filmmakers of the Year Award. Winners will be announced during a January 29 gala at the Beverly Hilton.

Here's the complete list of the nominees of the 66th Ace Eddie Awards:

Best Edited Feature Film (Dramatic):

Mad Max: Fury Road -- Margaret Sixel

The Martian -- Pietro Scalia (Ace)

The Revenant -- Stephen Mirrione (Ace)

Sicario -- Joe Walker (Ace)

Star Wars: The Force Awakens -- Maryann Brandon (Ace) and Mary Jo Markey (Ace)

Best Edited Feature Film (Comedy):

Ant-Man -- Dan Lebental (Ace) and Colby Parker,
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'The Martian' Opens With Strong $55 Million Weekend at U.S. Box Office

'The Martian' Opens With Strong $55 Million Weekend at U.S. Box Office
The talk of The Martian breaking Gravity's October, opening weekend record began early and really spiked after the Ridley Scott film posted a better opening day than the 2013 Alfonso Cuaron sci-fi flick. However, estimates show The Martian coming up a shade shy of the $55.7 million October record. Provisioned with an "A" CinemaScore, though, this one should survive well week-to-week. 20th Century Fox is reporting an estimated $55 million weekend for The Martian, which puts it $785,112 short of the October opening record, but enough for second place on the chart. By comparison, Gravity scored an "A-" CinemaScore back in 2013 as it went on to enjoy weekends with drops no larger than 36.3% over its first seven weekends. In fact, over the course of its entire 31 week run, Gravity only dropped more than 50% three times. Being a major Oscar contender and 3D event film will do that. I expect big things in The Martian's future,
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The Intern review: A cosy but distinctly beige generation-gap comedy

The Intern review: A cosy but distinctly beige generation-gap comedy
Anne Hathaway and Robert De Niro star in the cinematic equivalent of a warm pair of slippers and a comfy armchair - the meandering tale of a neurotic businesswoman who employs, is annoyed by, but then eventually learns from a middle-aged widower she takes on as work experience. Feel-good wisdom with a hipster twist, from the director of Something's Gotta Give.

If you've glanced briefly at the poster and are somehow mistaking this for Catwoman vs Taxi Driver, think again. Really. Because while The Intern, the latest movie from director Nancy Meyers (It's Complicated), promises crackling A-lister conflict, what it actually delivers is an exercise in cosy, generation-gap comedy dressed up as something smarter.

Describing himself as a "company man", widower Ben (De Niro) is cast adrift in retirement with no sense of purpose. That is until he's enrolled in an unlikely scheme that gives senior citizens the opportunity of
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Nancy Meyers on the Importance of Confidence and Why She's a Writer At Heart

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Nancy Meyers on the Importance of Confidence and Why She's a Writer At Heart
Read More:Nick Hornby Kicks Off BAFTA and BFI Screenwriter's Lecture Series With Honest Discussion About His Place in Hollywood As part of the BAFTA & BFI Screenwriters' Lecture Series, Nancy Meyers followed Nicky Horby and Andrew Bovell to offer audience members an inside look at her life's work and what it means to her to be a writer first. Meyers opened her talk claiming that her passport notes her profession as "writer," therefore, that is her true calling. Cheering up cinemas since the early 1980s, Meyers is responsible for the hit films "Father of the Bride," "The Parent Trap," "What Women Want," "Something's Gotta Give," "The Holiday," "It's Complicated" and the newly released "The Intern." Safe to say that Meyers knows how to flip a script into a film, and moreover, how to keep theaters packed.  Even though Meyers has such an extensive resume in the industry, she doesn't see herself.
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Review: Anne Hathaway and Robert De Niro are adorable in low-stakes 'The Intern'

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Review: Anne Hathaway and Robert De Niro are adorable in low-stakes 'The Intern'
Nancy Meyers is an easy target for cynical critics, and she's certainly responsible for her fair share of glossy nonsense. She's also the most financially successful female filmmaker of all time, and as big a brand as any male filmmaker working right now. The only difference between her and, say, Michael Bay is which altar they worship at. Michael Bay makes movies that are so artificial, so technically-driven but hysterically soulless that it's like Skynet got addicted to Internet porn and Jerry Bruckheimer movies, while Nancy Meyers' voice is more like what would happen if Pottery Barn became sentient. I think Meyers is genuinely trying to expand the definition of what a studio comedy is, though. I think she's someone who has found her own niche, and just like Judd Apatow, she tells stories about characters who live the way she lives, which is to say very, very well.
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