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Salma Hayek Shares Terrifying Weinstein Experience: He Was My Monster

Salma Hayek Shares Terrifying Weinstein Experience: He Was My Monster
It's been more than two months since the tidal wave of sexual misconduct allegations against Harvey Weinstein started surfacing, and now another famous actress has come forward with her story, Oscar nominated actress Salma Hayek. In a gripping first-person account published by The New York Times, the actress reveals how she was asked by reporters to come forward and share her story with others, including her friend Ashley Judd, but the actress revealed she didn't want to share her story then because she was, "trying to save myself the challenge of explaining several things to my loved ones," and since so many others had come forward with their tales of sexual misconduct against the producer, she didn't think anyone would care about her pain.

The actress revealed that she first started working with Harvey Weinstein when she was trying to get her passion project, a biopic of Mexican painter Frida Kahlo off the ground,
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Stranger Things 'Chapter Nine' Recap: Dancing in the Dark

Stranger Things 'Chapter Nine' Recap: Dancing in the Dark
Read all of our Stranger Things Season 2 recaps by clicking here.

The action in the Season 2 finale of Stranger Things was, as you’d hope, explosive. And it was also pretty exciting watching Eleven close the gate that gave “Chapter Nine” its title. Because sure, it was important that the door to the Upside Down be shut (and, ideally, dead-bolted). But what really got my heart — and, I’d wager, yours — pounding were the twists of plot that changed so many of our protagonists’ relationships forever. Or at least until Season 3.

Previous EpisodeStranger Things ‘Chapter Eight’ Recap: Love Is a Battlefield

As the episode began,
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Stranger Things 'Chapter Eight' Recap: Love Is a Battlefield

Stranger Things 'Chapter Eight' Recap: Love Is a Battlefield
Warning: Just as friends don’t lie, they also don’t let friends dive into Stranger Things recaps containing spoilers without first giving them a heads-up. So, heads-up. This article contains a biggie about “Chapter Eight: The Mind Flayer.” (For previous Season 2 recaps, click here.)

As Stranger Things neared the end of Season 2 with “Chapter Eight: The Mind Flayer,” a character I don’t think any of us ever imagined we’d come to love, much less love a lot, did more than just near his end, he was horrifically ended. So join me, won’t you, in remembering
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Stranger Things 'Chapter Seven' Recap: We're Not Gonna Take It

Stranger Things 'Chapter Seven' Recap: We're Not Gonna Take It
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Taking a page from The Wizard of Oz, Stranger Things made “There’s no place like home” the underlying theme of Season 2’s “Chapter Seven: The Lost Sister.”

Previous EpisodeStranger Things ‘Chapter Six’ Recap: Fools Rush In Where Angels Fear to Tread

Picking up at the conclusion of El’s blindfold session with her mother in “Chapter Five,” the episode began with Jane surmising that the reason Terry had so badly wanted to communicate with her was that she’d wanted her daughter to track down the other little
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Stranger Things 'Chapter Six': Fools Rush In Where Angels Fear to Tread

Stranger Things 'Chapter Six': Fools Rush In Where Angels Fear to Tread
Read all of our Stranger Things Season 2 recaps by clicking here.

In “Chapter Six” of Stranger Things’ Season 2, we learned how the shadow monster was like David Banner: You shouldn’t make it angry. You wouldn’t like it when it’s angry.

Previous EpisodeStranger Things ‘Chapter Five’ Recap: Upside Down, You’re Burnin’ Me

But, of course, Owens and Team Hawkins had already ticked off the creature in “Chapter Five” by torching it until they realized that, by doing so, they were also hurting Will. Back at the lab in “The Spy,” the scientists learned from the boy
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Stranger Things 'Chapter Five' Recap: Upside Down, You're Burnin' Me

Stranger Things 'Chapter Five' Recap: Upside Down, You're Burnin' Me
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Hopper only wished Pookas were his biggest problem in “Dig Dug,” “Chapter Five” of Stranger Things’ Season 2!

Previous EpisodeStranger Things ‘Chapter Four’ Recap: The Worst Is Yet to Come

While investigating a series of underground tunnels lousy with malevolent Upside Down vines, the chief passed out after being, for lack of a better way to describe it, sneezed on by what looked like a supernatural anus. Upon awakening, he discovered that the tendrils had grown over his exit — he was trapped! After a failed attempt to burn away enough
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Stranger Things 'Chapter Four' Recap: The Worst Is Yet to Come

Stranger Things 'Chapter Four' Recap: The Worst Is Yet to Come
Read all of our Stranger Things Season 2 recaps by clicking here.

Season 2 of Stranger Things is set two years before The Fly made a pop-culture catch phrase of “Be afraid… be very afraid,” but it sure would have come in handy in the creeptacular “Chapter Four: Will the Wise.”

Previous EpisodeStranger Things ‘Chapter Three’ Recap: Night of the ‘Living Booger’

As the hour began, the protagonist of the title was a whole lot worse for wear following his harrowing “Chapter Three” episode. Though Joyce’s sketch of the thing she’d seen in his Halloween video, coupled with her assertion
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Stranger Things 'Chapter Three' Recap: Night of the 'Living Booger'

Stranger Things 'Chapter Three' Recap: Night of the 'Living Booger'
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Sometimes a kid just knows it’s going to take more to get permission to keep a new pet than merely saying, “Mom, it followed me home. Can I keep it?” Case in point: Stranger Things’ Dustin, who in Season 2’s “Chapter Three: The Pollywog” wisely snuck past his mom the kinda cute, kinda gross tadpole-y creature that he’d discovered in a trash can at the end of “Chapter Two.”

Previous EpisodeStranger Things ‘Chapter Two’ Recap: It’s Not the Great Pumpkin, Will Byers!

After naming the chittering
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Stranger Things 'Chapter Two' Recap: It's Not the Great Pumpkin, Will Byers!

Stranger Things 'Chapter Two' Recap: It's Not the Great Pumpkin, Will Byers!
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Remember how dismally Halloween went for the title Peanut in It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown? (“I got a rock.”) Well, the holiday of happy haunting went even worse for Will & Co. in “Trick or Treak, Freak,” “Chapter Two” of Stranger Things’ Season 2.

Previous EpisodeStranger Things ‘Chapter One’ Recap: ‘Mad,’ Bad and Dangerous to Know

As the hour began, Will was lying to his mom that the monster he’d just doodled wasn’t something he’d glimpsed during his “Chapter One” episode (prompting Joyce to seek out
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Stranger Things 'Chapter One' Recap: 'Mad,' Bad and Dangerous to Know

Stranger Things 'Chapter One' Recap: 'Mad,' Bad and Dangerous to Know
Read all of our Stranger Things Season 2 recaps by clicking here.

Judging from the Season 2 premiere of Stranger Things, you could safely assume that a casual visitor to the Hawkins, Ind., of 1984 would never guess what had transpired there approximately a year earlier, much less what was still going on. But those of us who know better the town and its residents could tell from the start that not all was as it seemed.

RelatedStranger Things Season 2 Photos

Sure, the Fab Four of Will, Mike, Dustin and Lucas remained as thick as thieves and as excitable as ever — in particular,
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The Crown Taps Olivia Colman to Play Queen Elizabeth in Seasons 3 and 4

The Crown Taps Olivia Colman to Play Queen Elizabeth in Seasons 3 and 4
Meet the new face of the British monarchy.

Netflix’s The Crown has cast Emmy nominee Olivia Colman to play Queen Elizabeth II in the period drama’s upcoming third and fourth seasons, per our sister site Variety. Colman will replace Claire Foy, who won a Golden Globe for playing Elizabeth in Season 1, and will reprise the role in the upcoming sophomore season.

VideosThe Crown Gets Season 2 Release Date, Teaser Revealing Michael C. Hall’s JFK

The recasting isn’t a total shock: Creator Peter Morgan has always said he intended to cast another actress to play an older
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The Friends and Other Stars Debbie Reynolds and Carrie Fisher Will Join at Legendary L.A. Cemetery

The Friends and Other Stars Debbie Reynolds and Carrie Fisher Will Join at Legendary L.A. Cemetery
Debbie Reynolds and Carrie Fisher will be buried among many other famous stars at the Forest Lawn Memorial Park in Los Angeles.

Reynolds’s son and Fisher’s younger brother Todd Fisher told ABC’s 20/20 that he is planning a joint service with Billie Lourd, 24, his niece and Fisher’s daughter. According to Todd, his mother and sister will be buried “among friends,” at Forest Lawn Memorial Park.

Fisher, 60, was aboard an 11-hour flight from London to Los Angeles on Friday, Dec. 23, when she went into cardiac arrest. She later died that following Tuesday in the hospital. Reynolds died a
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Jessica Lange and Shirley MacLaine Take an Unexpected Vacation in Trailer for ‘Wild Oats’

Screen legends Jessica Lange and Shirley MacLaine have teamed for the new comedy Wild Oats, which was shot two years ago and now will finally be arriving in theaters next month. Directed by Andy Tennant (Hitch, Fools Rush In), the story follows a woman who gets a life insurance check for $5,000,000 instead of $50,000, so she takes an unexpected vacation to Canary Islands with her friend.

Also starring Demi Moore, Billy Connolly and Alan Arkin, if you enjoy often the often under-represented geriatric comedy genre, Wild Oats looks to fit the bill. This one got the Grace of Monaco treatment from The Weinstein Company, premiering on Lifetime last week before a theatrical release next month. While they still have yet to officially release a trailer, one popped up on the international circuit. Check it out below, along with the poster.

After her husband’s passing, Eva (Shirley MacLaine) faces life on
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Wild Oats Poster & Trailer

by Manuel Betancourt

Shirley MacLaine and Jessica Lange are in a movie together. It's called Wild Oats and it was directed by Andy Tennant of Fools Rush In and Sweet Home Alabama fame. You can see why this news is vexing. We should be thrilled about seeing MacLaine and Lange together (in a comedy no less!) but it might not be a great addition to this growing "Old dames having a ball!" genre that's become a staple of late. 

The film, which follows the two Oscar winning actresses "newly rich" (given a banking error in one's husband's insurance policy), "newly single" (see above), and "forever young" (they're timeless, these glittering movie stars) looks to be a tad more Hello My Name is Doris than I'll See You In My Dreams, with a whiff of The Exotic Marigold Hotel. Oh, and did I mention it co-stars Demi Moore

You can check
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Movie Review: The Conjuring 2

The Conjuring benefited from some decent scares, character development and relating the Perron family to the audience while dealing with the Warrens. Add in a pretty terrifying and effective basement exorcism scene and you have a pretty damn successful horror film. I’ll put it this way, it’s in my Blu-Ray collection. Director James Wan definitely showed off his chops by doing a balancing acts within the film with all the characters and creating a genuinely creepy film and that is to be commended. I don’t think that there is any doubt that Wan is int he top-tier of Horror film directors.

One of the benefits of creating a film about Lorraine and Ed Warren who were true-life paranormal investigators is that there was plenty of cases to choose from. Two of their most popular cases end up being in The Conjuring 2 – The Amityville house in Amityville,
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Here’s What’s Coming And Going From Netflix in August

It’s almost August and that means Netflix is about to give their content a refresh. Some of the notable titles leaving include: Family Ties: Season 1-7, Unbreakable, and Titanic. So if you haven’t seen some of these titles, plan your nights accordingly. We of course can look forward more than a few new titles including The Hurt Locker, White God (pictured above), and Girl Meets World season 1.

Available August 1

Alvin and the Chipmunks Meet Frankenstein (1999)

In this animated adventure, Alvin, Simon, and Theodore revel in their new gig at a movie theme park by wandering the grounds after hours. Among the attractions is the spooky Frankenstein’s Castle, where a real mad scientist is bringing the monster to life. But when the boys cross paths with the creature (Frank Welker), they soon learn that appearances can be deceiving, and Frankenstein is more misunderstood than malevolent.

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Netflix Is Removing a Lot of Good Movies on Aug. 1 - Like Titanic!

Netflix giveth, and Netflix taketh away. Each month the streaming service announces its new releases, it also has to give the bad news of the titles that will be taken off the service. This month - Aug. 1, to be exact - several great movies will no longer be available for your viewing pleasure. So you know what that means: get to bingeing! Movies Titanic Shooter Kiss the Girls Joe Dirt Fools Rush In Face/Off Driving Miss Daisy Chitty Chitty Bang Bang The Fifth Element Jiro Dreams of Sushi (expires Aug. 23) TV Series Family Ties (expires Aug. 15)
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What's Leaving Netflix in August 2015

So much for "Never let go": Mighty epic "Titanic" leaves Netflix streaming on August 1st.

Say goodbye to "Driving Miss Daisy," "Kiss the Girls," "The Fifth Element," "Unbreakable," "and "Face/Off" as well. These and dozens more titles will be leaving Netflix in August.

Also marked for deletion: '60s classics "Chitty Chitty Bang Bang," "The Longest Day," and "Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea."

And if you want to revisit the '80s sitcom "Family Ties," better get on that before August 15, when the Michael J. Fox series disappears from your queue.

Here's a complete list of the movies and TV shows that Netflix is pulling from your streaming list in August 2015. And, just so you're not left empty-handed, we've also got the list of what's new on Netflix in August 2015. (All titles and dates provided by Netflix and subject to change.)​

Leaving August 1

"Bad Girl Island
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Veep’s Matt Walsh to Sow Wild Oats With Shirley MacLaine and Demi Moore

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Veep’s Matt Walsh to Sow Wild Oats With Shirley MacLaine and Demi Moore
Matt Walsh, who plays the sweaty, mustachioed Mike McLintock on Veep, has joined the Wild Oats cast, which includes Demi Moore, Shirley MacLaine, and Jessica Lange. Andy Tennant (Hitch, Fools Rush In) is directing the comedy about a woman (MacLaine) who gets a surprise windfall because of a computer glitch, and decides to run and take the money rather than fess up. Walsh will be playing a grifter named Forbes. With three films coming out (the tornado chase flick Into the Storm, the rom-com Sex Ed, and his second film as a director, A Better You) and another in production (6 Miranda Drive, a horror movie with Kevin Bacon), Walsh is a busy man.
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Top 10 TV Actors to Movie Stars

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Yeah, bitch! Having charmed millions as tragic and naïve drug dealer Jesse Pinkman in Breaking Bad, Aaron Paul takes the wheel for his first leading role in Need for Speed this week.

As the video game adaptation speeds onto screens nationwide, we’ve taken a look at 10 stars who made the jump for small screen stardom to cinematic success (in alphabetical order).

Jennifer Aniston

As much as you might guiltily enjoy Matthew Perry romcom Fools Rush In, it’s hard to deny that Aniston’s the only Friends alumnus to find real big-screen fame. Sure, her filmography largely comprises mediocre romcoms, supporting roles in male comics’ vehicles or, latterly, sexbomb performances, but almost all of her movies are profitable, with five earning over $200m. Audiences just love Jen.

George Clooney

On-set prankster, former pig owner and now one of Hollywood’s most respected actors and filmmakers – the only person to
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