Something's Gotta Give (2003)
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,
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.
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
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
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
• 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
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)
"Charlie and "The Chocolate Factory" (2005)
"Cutthroat Kitchen": Seasons 34
"Deep Impact" (1998)
"Dennis Rodman's Big Bang in Pyongyang
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,
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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