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Netflix Found the Perfect Actress to Play Parker Posey's Sister in Lost in Space

Spoilers for the third episode of Lost in Space below!

One of the simultaneously most entertaining and most frustrating characters in Netflix's Lost in Space reboot is, without a doubt, Parker Posey's prickly Dr. Smith. At the end of the first episode, she emerges as the season's villain, of sorts, but it's not easy to pin her motivations down until episode three. In "Infestation," a series of flashbacks reveal Dr. Smith's origin story and introduce us to her sister, Jess. As it turns out, Dr. Smith - real name June - wasn't supposed to even be on the Resolute.

Not long before the ship takes off and leaves Earth behind, a very shabby-looking June goes to her wealthy sister's stunning lakeside home to say goodbye; Jess is the one going to space, not June. Jess is well-dressed and clearly successful, while June appears unkempt and obviously jealous of her sister's immensely better life,
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Cameron Diaz Says She’s ‘Actually Retired’ From Acting

Cameron Diaz Says She’s ‘Actually Retired’ From Acting
As one of the most in-demand actresses of the late 1990s and 2000s, Cameron Diaz starred in a number of hit films, from “There’s Something About Mary” to “Charlie’s Angels” to “My Sister’s Keeper” to “Shrek.” In a new interview with Entertainment Weekly, though, Diaz says she has now retired from acting.

Sitting down with “The Sweetest Thing” co-stars Christina Applegate and Selma Blair to reminisce about working on the film, the three discussed reuniting when Diaz said, “Maybe I should, you know, I mean, I’m down. I’m literally doing nothing.” After Applegate said she was semi-retired from acting to raise her children, Diaz responded, “I’m semi-retired, too, and I am actually retired, so I would love to see you ladies.”

The actress’ last on-screen appearance was in 2014’s “Annie.” Rumors of Diaz’s retirement first began swirling earlier this month when Blair said
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65 New Titles Coming to Netflix in March That Will Keep You Entertained All Month Long

While Mother Nature slowly begins to heat things up this Winter, Netflix is following suit. This March, there are a handful of exciting new titles arriving. The sexy drama Cruel Intentions is now available to stream, while tons of Netflix original shows like Jessica Jones and A Series of Unfortunate Events will be back for another season. See what else is in store next month below.

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Get Ready Because a Ton of Great Movies Are Leaving Netflix Next Month
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We Need to Talk About the Guy Who Plays Sebastian in 'Cruel Intentions: The Musical'

Real talk: there are two weeks left to see Cruel Intentions: The Musical before it leaves the stage in New York City and You. Need. To. Go. I've already seen it three times and honestly, I would see it three more. It's literally just like the '90s movie with Ryan Phillippe, Sarah Michelle Gellar, Reese Witherspoon, and Selma Blair — but with a jukebox musical flair, featuring all of your favorite hits from the '90s. Think "Genie in a Bottle," "Bye, Bye, Bye," and "I'm Just a Girl" fitting perfectly into the plotline all while Sebastian and Kathryn exude their step-sibling lust. But let's be real, the main reason you need to see it is because of the really f--king hot guy who plays Sebastian. Constantine Rousouli is a gift to the world and I don't understand how he is real. Like, just look at this.... A post shared
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‘The Sweetest Thing’ Sequel? Team Behind Cameron Diaz Rom-Com Addresses Rumors (Exclusive)

‘The Sweetest Thing’ Sequel? Team Behind Cameron Diaz Rom-Com Addresses Rumors (Exclusive)
Selma Blair recently made headlines for speaking out of turn in an interview in which she declared Cameron Diaz had retired from acting.

“I had lunch with Cameron the other day. We were reminiscing about the film. I would have liked to do a sequel, but Cameron’s retired from acting. She’s like, ‘I’m done,'” Blair said, recalling a recent conversation she and Diaz had about “The Sweetest Thing.”

Blair clarified her words on Twitter, saying she was just joking in the interview, but her comments still generated considerable buzz — not just regarding Diaz’s career, but a potential sequel to their 2002 film, “The Sweetest Thing.”

In light of Blair’s desire to do a sequel to the rom-com, Variety reached out to the creative team behind “The Sweetest Thing” to get a reality check on a possible sequel.

While nothing is in the works, both the
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The 7 Best Movies New to Netflix in March 2018

March may be something of a light month in terms of new additions to Netflix, but it’s still a strong one, and it finds the streaming giant doing what they do best: Padding their library with the kind of comfort viewing that you’re perfectly happy to watch from your couch.

The movies coming to the service over this next few weeks represent a broad cross-section of comedies and crime dramas that have firmly established themselves as cable television classics — “Forgetting Sarah Marshall” and “Casino” alone are probably enough to keep you busy until spring. March also finds Netflix continuing to serve up new titles straight from the festival circuit, with Alison Klayman’s “Take Your Pills” and Jody Hill’s “The Legacy of a Whitetail Deer Hunter” both coming to home video just a few short days after they debut at SXSW.

For a full list of everything
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Netflix schedule: Here’s what is coming and leaving in March

Netflix has confirmed that a slew of new original series will be debuting on the streaming service in March. There will also be new to Netflix seasons of some of your favorites from other networks. Likewise, there will be plenty of movies making their first Netflix appearances including the reboot of “Ghostbusters” and all the films in the “Cruel Intentions” franchise.

Of the new Netflix originals, several stand out as particularly binge-worthy, including the sophomore seasons of the Marvel series “Jessica Jones,” the Drew Barrymore laffer “Santa Clarita Diet,” and “A Series of Unfortunate Events.” And there are episodes of both the new David Letterman and Joel Hale talk shows as well as a comedy special from Ricky Gervais.

Available March 1

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21 Thunder: Season 1 Netflix Original Series

2307: Winter’s Dream

Adel Karam: Live from Beirut Netflix Original

Adventureland

Algo Muy Gordo

Alpha and Omega

Battle Drone

Beerfest

Casino

Cruel
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What’s Coming to Netflix, Hulu and Amazon Prime in March 2018

Heavily anticipated series premieres, reboots, and sequels will flood Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime throughout March.

Cruel Intentions,” starring Reese Witherspoon and Selma Blair — plus the sequels — will be available to stream on Netflix next month. The third episode of “The Joel McHale Show With Joel McHale,” along with the next installment of David Letterman’s “My Next Guest Needs No Introduction with David Letterman: Malala Yousafzai” also hit the streaming site. Fans of Drew Barrymore’s ‘Santa Clarita Diet” will have to wait until March 23 to binge the second season.

Hulu will add a number of kids programs, including “Stuart Little,” Season 3 of Zendaya’s “K.C. Undercover,” and “Power Rangers.” Adults can watch a few throwbacks like Patrick Swayze’s “Dirty Dancing” and 1988 cartoon crime film “Who Framed Roger Rabbit.”

On Amazon Prime, subscribers can view the third season of original series “Sneaky Pete” and “The Blue Lagoon.”

Check out the
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What’s Coming to Netflix in March 2018

With awards season coming to a close, it’s time to take a step back from the biggest movies of the year to catch up on classic films and new shows.

Netflix will kick off March by adding some laughs, adding “Forgetting Sarah Marshall,” “Ghostbusters,” and “Wet Hot American Summer,” along with “Up in the Air” and “Cruel Intentions.” Later in the month, the streaming service will roll out new seasons for some of its original shows, including Season 2 of “Jessica Jones” and “A Series of Unfortunate Events.”

Check out the full list below:

March 1st

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21 Thunder: Season 1

2307: Winter’s Dream

Adel Karam: Live from Beirut

Adventureland

Algo Muy Gordo

Alpha and Omega

Battle Drone

Beerfest

Casino

Cruel Intentions

Cruel Intentions 2

Cruel Intentions 3

Deathgrip

Forgetting Sarah Marshall

Ghostbusters

Ghostbusters II

Gridiron Gang

Guess Who

Hostage

I Am Number Four

I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry

Jackass: Number Two

Land Gold Women

Law & Order: Special
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Netflix's New Releases Coming in March 2018

This month, Netflix is dropping new seasons of original series and adding older, fan-favorite movies.

Early on, throw it back with the original Ghostbusters and Cruel Intentions films, comedies like Forgetting Sarah Marshall and dramas like Martin Scorsese's Casino, the Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet starrer Revolutionary Road and Jason Reitman's George Clooney starrer Up in the Air.

Netflix is also restocking its library with a new seasons of originals like Krysten Ritter starrer Jessica Jones (season two, every episode of which was directed by a woman, arrives March 8); the Neil Patrick Harris-starring adaptation of A Series of Unfortunate...
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Netflix's New Releases Coming in March 2018

This month, Netflix is dropping new seasons of original series and adding older, fan-favorite movies.

Early on, throw it back with the original Ghostbusters and Cruel Intentions films, comedies like Forgetting Sarah Marshall and dramas like Martin Scorsese's Casino, the Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet starrer Revolutionary Road and Jason Reitman's George Clooney starrer Up in the Air.

Netflix is also restocking its library with a new seasons of originals like Krysten Ritter starrer Jessica Jones (season two, every episode of which was directed by a woman, arrives March 8); the Neil Patrick Harris-starring adaptation of A Series of Unfortunate...
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The 20 Sexiest Movies on Netflix This March

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March is coming in like a lion, so grab your lamb and cuddle up for some of the sexiest movies out there. Netflix has a wide variety of sexy fare, from rom-coms to documentaries to psychological thrillers to crime dramas. Plus, there's always Magic Mike to help get you through the lonely nights. New additions in March include old-school Sharon Stone and Robert De Niro smoldering their way through Casino, the famous Sarah Michelle Gellar-Selma Blair kiss from Cruel Intentions, and Alex Pettyfer and Dianna Agron falling in love while fighting hostile aliens in I Am Number Four.
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New to Netflix in March: ‘Let Me In,’ ‘Casino,’ ‘Wet Hot American Summer,’ and More

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New to Netflix in March: ‘Let Me In,’ ‘Casino,’ ‘Wet Hot American Summer,’ and More
As time marches on and tedium vitae sets in more and more with each passing day, we find ourselves with fewer ways to distract ourselves from the encroaching existential malaise. But wait — what’s that you say? All three “Cruel Intentions” movies are coming to Netflix next month? Maybe it’s not so bad after all.

Yes, dear reader, the benevolent streaming gods have once again announced the titles that we’ll be able to watch from the comfort of our own fainting couches once this month gives way to the next, and it isn’t just Sarah Michelle Gellar and Ryan Phillippe who will be keeping us company.

Some other titles that will make their way onto many viewers’ lists and maybe even be watched include “Adventureland,” “Casino,” “The Descent,” “Forgetting Sarah Marshall,” “Ghostbusters,” “Jackass: Number Two” (two words: butt chug), “Let Me In,” “Moon,” “Revolutionary Road,” and “Wet Hot American Summer.
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1980s Ghostbusters Movies and The Descent Films Coming to Netflix in the Us This March

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Netflix has Cruel Intentions, spooky spelunking, and proton pack adventures in store for Us viewers this March.

With another month coming to an end, Netflix's anticipated list of next month's new titles has been revealed. Beginning March 1st, viewers can look forward to watching all three Cruel Intentions movies on the streaming service, as well as the 1980s Ghostbusters films and both Descent movies.

Netflix will also be serving up a second season of the zombified comedy Santa Clarita Diet on March 23rd, following the March 2nd release of the zombie movie Les Affamés (read Heather Wixson's review here).

Alas, with the addition of new titles comes the departing of others, with Netflix revealing that all four Jaws movies, the cult witchcraft film The Craft, and V/H/S: Viral will be among the titles no longer available to stream next month.

You can view the lists of genre movies
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Selma Blair: 'I'll lose everything, I'll go to court'

Selma Blair kept asking herself why she didn’t just hit James Toback and run out of the room. A leading voice in exposing Hollywood talks single parenthood, stray dogs and how speaking out helped her

Halfway through our interview, Selma Blair’s one-eyed dog Buster climbs on to the restaurant table at the Chateau Marmont in La and happily devours an entire plate of leafy greens. Strangers are staring. I’m staring. “Are you disgusted that I’m letting my dog do this?” Selma asks, her face serious, her tone as drily hilarious as it has been for the past hour, even when discussing the state of Hollywood for women and her fears that she’ll never work again. In fact, I’m just amazed that, here in Hollywood, even rescue mutts with part of their face missing seem to enjoy rocket salad with a blue cheese dressing. “I
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Selma Blair: 'I'll lose everything, I'll go to court'

Selma Blair kept asking herself why she didn’t just hit James Toback and run out of the room. A leading voice in exposing Hollywood talks single parenthood, stray dogs and how speaking out helped her

Halfway through our interview, Selma Blair’s one-eyed dog Buster climbs on to the restaurant table at the Chateau Marmont in La and happily devours an entire plate of leafy greens. Strangers are staring. I’m staring. “Are you disgusted that I’m letting my dog do this?” Selma asks, her face serious, her tone as drily hilarious as it has been for the past hour, even when discussing the state of Hollywood for women and her fears that she’ll never work again. In fact, I’m just amazed that, here in Hollywood, even rescue mutts with part of their face missing seem to enjoy rocket salad with a blue cheese dressing. “I
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Sarah Michelle Gellar Shocked To See ‘Cruel Intentions’ Listed As A ‘Kids & Family’ Selection On Apple TV

When it first hit movie theatres in 1999, “Cruel Intentions” was seen as a sexually charged, envelope-pushing, taboo-busting drama about a nasty rich girl (Sarah Michelle Gellar) who makes a bet with her equally nasty stepbrother (Ryan Phillipe) that he can’t deflower the virginal daughter (Reese Witherspoon) of their private school’s headmaster before the end
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Sarah Michelle Gellar Is Shocked to Find Out Cruel Intentions Has Been Listed as a Family Movie

Sarah Michelle Gellar Is Shocked to Find Out Cruel Intentions Has Been Listed as a Family Movie
Sarah Michelle Gellar‘s iconic Cruel Intentions is not the sexually-charged coming of age tale she thought she starred in – it’s actually a film that is fun for the whole family.

The star found out the new classification of her 1999 film when a fan reached out to her on social media, revealing that Apple TV has put the cult hit in the family and kids section.

The actress, 40, reposted the fan’s Instagram photo that showed the film alongside Despicable Me 3 and My Little Pony: The Movie.

“See! It’s fun for the whole family!! F– Care Bears!
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Riverdale Round Table: Bughead Back Together (Again)

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Penny tried to rejoin the Southside Serpents, Hal moved out of the Cooper house, and Hiram ordered the death of a mob criminal on Riverdale Season 2 Episode 12.

Below, TV Fanatics Jack Ori, Paul Dailly and Justin Carreiro debate Fp's prediction of Jughead, the longevity of the Bughead relationship, and Hiram potentially getting Archie more involved in the business.

1. Veronica wanted Archie kept separate from the Lodge business dealings, but he just saved Hiram's life. Do you think Hiram will honor her request or will he get Archie more involved because he trusts him?

Jack: I didn't trust for a second that Hiram was really agreeing to Veronica's request. He definitely wants Archie involved, most likely so he can have control over his relationship with Veronica. I also thought at first that Hiram had arranged for Archie to overhear the threat as a test, but since the traitor was killed,
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Riverdale season 2 episode 12 review: The Wicked And The Divine

Chris Cummins Feb 2, 2018

Archie goes Goodfellas and there's a real Jughead problem in this week's episode. Spoilers ahead...

This review contains spoilers.

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2.12 The Wicked And The Divine

Featuring music cues ripped from Boogie Nights and Reservoir Dogs, as well as a general Goodfellas-light air to the proceedings, tonight’s episode is a valentine to '90s cinema, and perhaps the greatest example yet of how Riverdale loves to infuse disparate pop culture elements into its increasingly ridiculous world. (This is, after all, a show that namedrops 'Bittersweet Symphony' as the “song from Cruel Intentions” as opposed to referring to it as the Verve’s best-known tune). Not that there’s anything wrong with any of this. In fact, as I've mentioned before, if there’s one
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