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Everything Coming to and Leaving Hulu in September

Everything Coming to and Leaving Hulu in September
Beat the back-to-school blues with new movie titles like “13 Going on 30” and “Sixteen Candles” hitting Hulu on Sept. 1, as well as new and favorite fall TV series.

The Hulu original series “The First,” starring Sean Penn and Natascha McElhone, is about a group of astronauts attempting to be the first humans on Mars. It premieres on Sept. 14, and new episodes of Sarah Silverman’s “I Love You, America” will arrive on Sept. 6.

Fall TV also arrives next month, and you’ll be able to watch premieres of network hits like “This Is Us” on Sept. 26, “9-1-1” on Sept. 24 and “Grey’s Anatomy” on Sept. 28. New shows will also become available after they premiere, like “Manifest” on Sept. 25, “New Amsterdam” on Sept. 26 and “A Million Little Things” on Sept. 27.

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Robbie Knott, Special Effects Guru on 'The Muppet Movie,' Dies at 73

Robbie Knott, Special Effects Guru on 'The Muppet Movie,' Dies at 73
Robbie Knott, who worked on special effects for such films as The Muppet MovieField of Dreams and The Nutty Professor remake before a scuba-diving accident ended his career, has died. He was 73.

Knott died June 29 in Portland, Oregon, his son, Brian, told The Hollywood Reporter. His death was due to complications from the accident that occurred in 2006 during a visit to Micronesia, when Knott got the bends and became paralyzed from the waist down, he said. 

Knott helped build the giant Animal puppet with a 15-foot head that came crashing through a roof after accidentally ingesting one ...
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All American movies for 4th of July: 15 best patriotic films ranked include ‘Mr. Smith Goes to Washington,’ ‘The Right Stuff,’ ‘Field of Dreams’

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All American movies for 4th of July: 15 best patriotic films ranked include ‘Mr. Smith Goes to Washington,’ ‘The Right Stuff,’ ‘Field of Dreams’
For the Fourth of July, let’s get into the All-American spirit with good old-fashioned patriotic movies? Whether you’re an astronaut, a Congressman, a mathematician or a hockey player, you typify the kind of best Americans that the movies want to celebrate on Independence Day.

The theme of our photo gallery above is all about the American spirit, which can be a rah-rah film (like “Miracle” or “Top Gun”), fighting for the people back home or even going against the grain to fight for what’s right in society. Our gallery also includes “The Right Stuff,” “Field of Dreams,” “Forrest Gump,” “Hidden Figures” and more. James Cagney, Kevin Costner, Tom Cruise, Sally Field, Tom Hanks, Taraji P. Henson, James Stewart and Denzel Washington are some of the big names in starring roles.

Enjoy a hot dog and sit back to peruse (or even watch again) these 15 wonderful movies that
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All American Movies: 15 Best Patriotic Films Ranked

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All American Movies: 15 Best Patriotic Films Ranked
For the Fourth of July, let’s get into the All-American spirit with good old-fashioned patriotic movies? Whether you’re an astronaut, a Congressman, a mathematician or a hockey player, you typify the kind of best Americans that the movies want to celebrate on Independence Day.

The theme of our photo gallery above is all about the American spirit, which can be a rah-rah film (like “Miracle” or “Top Gun”), fighting for the people back home or even going against the grain to fight for what’s right in society. Our gallery also includes “The Right Stuff,” “Field of Dreams,” “Forrest Gump,” “Yankee Doodle Dandy,” “Hidden Figures” and more. James Cagney, Kevin Costner, Tom Cruise, Sally Field, Tom Hanks, Taraji P. Henson, James Stewart and Denzel Washington are some of the big names in starring roles.

Enjoy a hot dog and sit back to peruse (or even watch again) these
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Kevin Costner movies: 15 greatest films, ranked worst to best, include ‘Dances with Wolves,’ ‘Field of Dreams,’ ‘JFK’

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Kevin Costner movies: 15 greatest films, ranked worst to best, include ‘Dances with Wolves,’ ‘Field of Dreams,’ ‘JFK’
Kevin Costner has returned to the western genre which has so often brought him success. It’s not feature films this time but with the new television series “Yellowstone,” currently bringing excellent ratings to the Paramount Network. Westerns have been good to Costner at the movies, with his most successful winning him two Oscars as producer and director of “Dances with Wolves” in 1990.

Costner almost had a career that ended before it really started. After very small roles in a number of big films such as Ron Howard’s “Night Shift” and the Jessica Lange vehicle “Frances” Costner then got what could have been a star-making role. However, his role as a suicide victim in flashback scenes for “The Big Chill” was cut by director Lawrence Kasdan. The same director wou would later make it up to Costner by casting him in a showy role in the film “Silverado.”

That
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Kevin Costner movies: 15 greatest films ranked from worst to best

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Kevin Costner movies: 15 greatest films ranked from worst to best
Kevin Costner has returned to the western genre which has so often brought him success. It’s not feature films this time but with the new television series “Yellowstone,” currently bringing excellent ratings to the Paramount Network. Westerns have been good to Costner at the movies, with his most successful winning him two Oscars as producer and director of “Dances with Wolves” in 1990.

Costner almost had a career that ended before it really started. After very small roles in a number of big films such as Ron Howard’s “Night Shift” and the Jessica Lange vehicle “Frances” Costner then got what could have been a star-making role. However, his role as a suicide victim in flashback scenes for “The Big Chill” was cut by director Lawrence Kasdan. The same director wou would later make it up to Costner by casting him in a showy role in the film “Silverado.”

That
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Kevin Costner Talks ‘Yellowstone’, Varied Roles & A Venice ‘Fandango’ Lesson – Cannes Lions

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Kevin Costner Talks ‘Yellowstone’, Varied Roles & A Venice ‘Fandango’ Lesson – Cannes Lions
Paramount Network’s cinematic first original drama series, Yellowstone, debuted last night in the U.S., and star Kevin Costner was in Cannes today to talk up the show. Costner plays John Dutton, patriarch of the family that owns America’s largest contiguous ranch who bumps up against land developers, a Native American reservation and America’s first National Park. It’s an intense study of a violent world that hails from writer-director Taylor Sheridan.

Discussing his role choices, the Dances With Wolves Oscar winner said, “No one confuses me for anything other than American, that’s for sure and that’s Ok. Movies take all forms, but I think you all agree you have things you gravitate towards. Certainly, I like to think my tastes are broad, but a lot of people think I do anything with a horse in it. It’s not true… Western themes are very hard to pull off.
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Ray Liotta Talks Emotional End Of ‘Shades Of Blue’: “I’m Truly Going To Miss Doing It” – Atx

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Ray Liotta Talks Emotional End Of ‘Shades Of Blue’: “I’m Truly Going To Miss Doing It” – Atx
Ray Liotta is known for playing many edgy, disgruntled characters — some may even say he’s the go-to guy for the “bad guy.” But during “A Conversation with Ray Liotta” at the Atx Television Festival, he was anything but a villain. In fact, he had the audience laughing with his no-frills Jersey deadpan delivery.

“You see, I’m funny,” he insisted. “I’m not what I play!”

Everyone remembers Liotta from his many roles in film — specifically Martin Scorsese’s Goodfellas. He’s also known for his roles in Something Wild, Field of Dreams, Unlawful Entry, and Operation Dumbo Drop — a movie he said Don Rickles loved.

His list of film credits may be unbelievably long, but he has just as many television credits to his name. He was on the soap opera Another World (a role he is proud of) as well as a role in the short-lived adaptation
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Ray Liotta: Atx Festival Sets Career Retrospective for the ‘Shades of Blue’ Star — Exclusive

Ray Liotta: Atx Festival Sets Career Retrospective for the ‘Shades of Blue’ Star — Exclusive
As far back as anyone can remember, Ray Liotta has been a television star. Now, the Emmy-winning actor is set to share his experience on the ever-evolving industry in his debut at the Atx Festival.

Liotta, who currently stars in NBC’s “Shades of Blue,” will participate in a one-on-one conversation with IndieWire TV Critic Ben Travers to discuss the actor’s lengthy television career. The retrospective will span decades, from his Emmy-winning guest role on “E.R.,” to his SAG Award-nominated portrayal of Frank Sinatra in the HBO telepic “The Rat Pack,” and through his upcoming final season as Lt. Matt Wozniak on “Shades of Blue.”

In this in-depth look, Liotta will discuss his varied career, and also the shifting television landscape from more than 30 years in the industry.

One of Liotta’s first roles was a recurring part in the NBC soap opera “Another World,” and he starred
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What’s Leaving Netflix in May 2018

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A new month means new content coming in and out of Netflix, with this month’s losses include “The Hurt Locker,” “Field of Dreams,” “Goodfellas,” and “Bridget Jones’s Diary.” Ahead of the June 8 release of “Ocean’s 8,” the first film in George Clooney’s series, “Ocean’s Eleven,” is also leaving the streamer.

On May 2, a number of Disney classics will exit, from “The Cheetah Girls” and “High School Musical” films to the “Phineas and Ferb” series, along with “The Jungle Book” at the end of the month.

Check out the full list of titles leaving Netflix below:

Leaving May 1

Bridget Jones’s Diary

Casper

Chappie

Charlotte’s Web

Field of Dreams

GoodFellas

Ocean’s Eleven

Sahara

Silent Hill

The Exorcism of Emily Rose

The Hurt Locker

To Rome With Love

To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything! Julie Newmar

Leaving May 2

12 Dates of Christmas

Beauty & the Briefcase

Cadet Kelly
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Gone but Not Forgotten: 5 Must See Movies Leaving Netflix in May 2018

Field of Dreams – It’s hard to describe why certain movies are as great as they are. Maybe it’s the cast or the writing or the direction or some serendipitous combination of all three. Whatever it is, though, it escapes you, perched on the tip of your tongue and the outside edges of your mind. All you know for certain, though, is that it’s a classic. For me, Field of Dreams is the epitome of this kind of movie: a story that is indescribably better than the commendable (but inauspicious) sum of its parts. It’s got a solid cast, including

Gone but Not Forgotten: 5 Must See Movies Leaving Netflix in May 2018
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Here’s What’s Leaving Netflix in May 2018

As a new month approaches, that means we have to say good-bye to movies that are streaming on Netflix. Some of these movies may return at a later date, and others might be gone for good. Either way, if you’ve had these movies sitting on your list for a while, you may want to move them to the top so you actually watch them. Notable titles leaving Netflix in May include Field of Dreams, GoodFellas, Ocean’s Eleven, The Hurt Locker, Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby, and The Jungle Book. The service is also losing a …
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Julien Dubuque Film Fest Offers a Personal Touch to Filmmakers and Attendees

Julien Dubuque Film Fest Offers a Personal Touch to Filmmakers and Attendees
Nestled in Iowa along the Mississippi River, not far from both Illinois and Wisconsin, exists a festival celebrating independent film and filmmakers that has already been named one of the Top 25 Coolest Film Festivals in the World by MovieMaker Magazine. It’s the Julien Dubuque International Film Festival, now entering its seventh year, taking place Apr. 26-29 in downtown Dubuque.

According to the festival’s executive director Susan Gorrell, that praise is matched by those who attend the festivities. “The best compliments we can get are what filmmakers say about us and the relationships we have with them,” she notes. “I truly believe Jdiff is the festival for the independent. A boutique, unique festival that brings back the importance of independent; the big big and the little guy. It’s about the art and what each individual filmmaker brings to it. When you come, you have such a great time,
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Julien Dubuque Film Fest Offers a Personal Touch to Filmmakers and Attendees

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Julien Dubuque Film Fest Offers a Personal Touch to Filmmakers and Attendees
Nestled in Iowa along the Mississippi River, not far from both Illinois and Wisconsin, exists a festival celebrating independent film and filmmakers that has already been named one of the Top 25 Coolest Film Festivals in the World by MovieMaker Magazine. It’s the Julien Dubuque International Film Festival, now entering its seventh year, taking place Apr. 26-29 in downtown Dubuque.

According to the festival’s executive director Susan Gorrell, that praise is matched by those who attend the festivities. “The best compliments we can get are what filmmakers say about us and the relationships we have with them,” she notes. “I truly believe Jdiff is the festival for the independent. A boutique, unique festival that brings back the importance of independent; the big big and the little guy. It’s about the art and what each individual filmmaker brings to it. When you come, you have such a great time,
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TLC Rebuilds Commercials for ‘Trading Spaces’

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When the folks at TLC decided to bring the home-design series “Trading Spaces” back to the network’s programming lineup after a decade off the air, they knew they’d have to craft more than just the show’s episodes.

There’s a whole new advertising structure in place as well. And it will surface for the first time this Sunday, April 7, when the program makes its return at 9 p.m.

In years past, “Spaces” drew the attention of Home Depot, Lowe’s, Gmc, Bosch Tools, Behr Paint and even Procter & Gamble’s Swiffer. For its 2018 return, executives at the Discovery Inc. cable network decided to weave two advertisers, Wayfair and Overstock, directly into the action of the program. Meanwhile, one of the original sponsors, Lowe’s, will sponsor a six-part streaming companion series, “Training Spaces,” that has some “Spaces” veterans squaring off against new designers. Lowe’s will
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Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige to Speak at Produced By Conference

Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige to Speak at Produced By Conference
Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige has been selected as a speaker for the 10th Annual Produced By Conference at Paramount Studios on June 9-10.

The Producers Guild of America announced Thursday the headlining sessions, which include “Conversation With: Samantha Bee & Jason Jones,” “Conversation With: Kevin Feige,” “Conversation With: Jim Gianopulos,” “Larry Gordon: Uncensored,” and the previously announced “360 Profile: The Handmaid’s Tale.”

“Conversation With: Kevin Feige” features an in-depth discussion with the president of Marvel Studios and creative force behind some of the biggest blockbusters of the past decade, including the recent box-office juggernaut “Black Panther.”

“Conversation With: Jim Gianopulos” is an open talk with the Chairman and CEO of Paramount Pictures and industry leader who has overseen the production of “Avatar,” “Titanic,” “Deadpool,” and “Hidden Figures.”

“Larry Gordon: Uncensored” features a candid discussion with the prolific producer behind “Field of Dreams,” “Die Hard,” and “Hellboy” about the hard, ground-level realities of getting movies made.
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Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige to Speak at Produced By Conference

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Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige has been selected as a speaker for the 10th Annual Produced By Conference at Paramount Studios on June 9-10.

The Producers Guild of America announced Thursday the headlining sessions, which include “Conversation With: Samantha Bee & Jason Jones,” “Conversation With: Kevin Feige,” “Conversation With: Jim Gianopulos,” “Larry Gordon: Uncensored,” and the previously announced “360 Profile: The Handmaid’s Tale.”

“Conversation With: Kevin Feige” features an in-depth discussion with the president of Marvel Studios and creative force behind some of the biggest blockbusters of the past decade, including the recent box-office juggernaut “Black Panther.”

“Conversation With: Jim Gianopulos” is an open talk with the Chairman and CEO of Paramount Pictures and industry leader who has overseen the production of “Avatar,” “Titanic,” “Deadpool,” and “Hidden Figures.”

“Larry Gordon: Uncensored” features a candid discussion with the prolific producer behind “Field of Dreams,” “Die Hard,” and “Hellboy” about the hard, ground-level realities of getting movies made.
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Produced By Conference L.A.: Kevin Feige, Jim Gianopulos, Samantha Bee Announced As Panelists

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Produced By Conference L.A.: Kevin Feige, Jim Gianopulos, Samantha Bee Announced As Panelists
The Producers Guild of America announced today sessions for their 10th annual Produced By Conference which will include Marvel Cinematic Universe godfather Kevin Feige, Paramount chairman and CEO Jim Gianopulos, as well as Emmy-winning Full Frontal host-producer-writer Samantha Bee. The Produced By Conference will be held June 9-10 at Paramount Pictures Studios in Los Angeles.

The sessions will include “Conversation With: Kevin Feige” which will be a discussion about Marvel Studios, of course. Feige will talk about the McU blockbuster empire and the wild success of Black Panther. “Conversation With: Jim Gianopulos” will be an open talk with the industry leader who has overseen production of acclaimed titles and blockbusters including Avatar, Titanic, Deadpool and Hidden Figures. Samantha Bee will be joined by Jason Jones in her “Conversation With” and they will share their experiences behind Full Frontal with Samantha Bee, the first political talk show fronted by a woman
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Jim Gianopulos, Kevin Feige among Produced By Conference conversations

Conference in Los Angeles runs June 9-10.

The Producers Guild of America announced on Thursday (March 29) the headlining sessions for its 10th annual Produced By Conference will include sessions with Paramount Pictures chairman Jim Gianopulos, Marvel Studios head Kevin Feig, talk show host Samantha Bee, and producer Larry Gordon.

The conference will run from June 9–10 in Los Angeles.

Conversation With: Samantha Bee and Jason Jones will discuss Bee’s Emmy Award winning talk show Full Frontal With Samantha Bee, as well as their scripted series The Detour.

Conversation With: Kevin Feige examines the experiences president of Marvel Studios has had
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Kevin Costner, Woody Harrelson for The Highwaymen

Tony Sokol Feb 13, 2018

Kevin Costner and Woody Harrelson play Texas Rangers in Bonnie and Clyde film The Highwaymen.

“You’ve read the story of Jesse James,” wrote Bonnie Parker during the famous crime spree she undertook with Clyde Barrow, “Of how he lived and died.” Well, an event series is on the way that's going to tell a little more.

The Highwaymen will star Kevin Costner as Texas Ranger Frank Hamer, and Woody Harrelson as his partner Maney Gault, who came out of retirement to nab the Barrow Gang, according to Deadline. Costner’s (Dances With Wolves, Hidden Figures, Bull Durham, Field of Dreams, JFK and The Untouchables) turn as a Texas Ranger in the History miniseries Hatfields and McCoys earned him an Emmy, a Golden Globe and a SAG Award. Kathy Bates, Kim Dickens, from Fear the Walking Dead, Thomas Mann, John Carroll Lynch, and William Sadler will also star,
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