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Hulu in June: Here’s Everything That’s Coming and Going

  • The Wrap
Hulu has released its list of content arriving at the streaming service this June, as well as everything that will no longer be available to watch there after June 30.

At the top of the must-watch list is season three of Hulu Original “The Handmaid’s Tale,” which was notably pushed back to a June premiere date in order to ensure it would “maintain the quality it has,” Craig Erwich, Hulu’s Senior Vice President of Originals, said at the Television Critics Association (TCA) press tour in February. The first three episodes of the new season premiere on Hulu June 5, after which new episodes will be released every Wednesday.

Another Hulu Original of note is “The Weekly” series from The New York Times, coming June 3. Each half-hour episode will feature a Times journalist investigating one of today’s most pressing issues, with new issues being explored each week.

Also Read: Elisabeth Moss
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Netflix schedule: Here’s what is coming and leaving in September 2018

Netflix has confirmed that 51 new original series, movies and specials will be debuting on the streaming service in September, including the second season of the Peabody-winning satire “American Vandal” and season 5 of “Bojack Horseman.”

And there will also be new to Netflix seasons of some of your favorites from other networks, including the seventh and final edition of “Once Upon a Time.” Likewise, there will be plenty of movies making their first Netflix appearances including the red-hot Oscar contender “Black Panther.”

Available September 1

10,000 B.C.

Another Cinderella Story


August Rush

Bruce Almighty


Fair Game

Groundhog Day

King Kong

La Catedral del Mar (Netflix Original)

Martian Child

Monkey Twins (Netflix Original)

Mr. Sunshine

Nacho Libre

Pearl Harbor


Sisters (Netflix Original)

Spider-Man 3


Summer Catch

Sydney White

The Ant Bully

The Breakfast Club

The Cider House Rules

The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy

The Keeping Hours
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What’s Coming to Netflix, Hulu and Amazon Prime in September 2018

  • Variety
Summer is coming to an end, but that doesn’t mean the binge-watching has to stop.

A number of original series and popular movies are hitting Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime in September. New offerings on Netflix include the mega-hit “Black Panther,” along with the streaming giants’ new show “Maniac” with Emma Stone and Jonah Hill. Meanwhile, Amazon Prime is debuting “Forever,” which stars “Saturday Night Live” alums Fred Armisen and Maya Rudolph. Over on Hulu, Sarah Silverman’s “I Love You, America” will drop its second season.

And if you want to get ahead on a horror movie marathon before Halloween, there are also plenty of scary flicks that will be added throughout the month. “The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning” is coming to Netflix, while both Amazon and Hulu will carry “The Amityville Horror” and “Jigsaw.”

Check out the full list of titles coming to Netflix, Hulu, and
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Here’s Everything You Can Watch With Your Amazon Prime Membership in June

  • The Wrap
Before we get to your Amazon Prime June updates, the streaming service has a special surprise for its members: every season of “Dawson’s Creek” is available now, and you don’t even have to wait until next month.

Starting June 1, stream “All or Nothing” which follows the New Zealand rugby team the All Blacks throughout their 2017 season. On June 3, you can stream the Oscar-nominated “Lady Bird,” followed by Amazon Original series “Goliath” Season 2 on June 15.

See below for the complete list of titles hitting Amazon next month.

Also Read: Amazon Sets Awards Release for Luca Guadagnino's 'Suspiria'

Available June 1

1492: Conquest of Paradise (1992)

2 Days in the Valley (1996)

Allan Quatermain and the Lost City of Gold (1987)

As Good As Dead (2010)

August Rush (2007)

Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans (2009)

Beer for My Horses (2008)

Beowulf (2007)

Black Widow (Aka: Before It Had a Name) (2005)

Blitz (2011)

Blood and Glory (2016)

Blue Like Jazz
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Netflix: Full List of Movies Arriving in June 2017 Includes ‘Okja’ and ‘The Sixth Sense’

Netflix: Full List of Movies Arriving in June 2017 Includes ‘Okja’ and ‘The Sixth Sense’
Netflix has announced the list of films that will be available to stream in June. The list includes new never-before-seen original films, as well as documentaries, comedies, animated titles and some classic movies.

1. “The Sixth Sense” (available June 1)

M. Night Shyamalan’s 1999 classic tells the story of a boy who communicates with spirits and the psychologist who tries to help him. The film stars Bruce Willis and Haley Joel Osment.

2. “Saving Banksy” (available June 2)

The documentary follows a New York-based art collector as he attempts to save the street work of graffiti artist Banksy. The film features interviews with some of the top names in the street art and graffiti world, including Ben Eine, Risk, Revok, Niels “Shoe” Meulman, Blek Le Rat, Anthony Lister, Doze Green, Hera, and Glen E. Friedman.

3. “Shimmer Lake” (available June 9)

The Netflix original drama follows a local sheriff as he attempts to solve the mystery
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Smurfs: The Lost Village adds Julia Roberts to its cast

According to People, Oscar-winning actress Julia Roberts (Money Monster) will turn blue and voice the character of SmurfWillow in 2017’s Smurfs: The Lost Village. SmurfWillow is described as being “wise” and is a new addition to the world of Smurfs, created for the upcoming film. The first look at the character, who is chatting with Papa Smurf, can be seen here…

On being a part of the production, Roberts told the aforementioned outlet: “Smurfs are such a fun part of our animated culture. They were popular when I was a child and they were popular when my kids were little. It’s fun to be part of such a sweet group that continues to entertain young people.”

Director Kelly Asbury expressed his excitement about the casting news, saying he’s “thrilled” to be working with Roberts, who brings “a sense of honesty and depth, thus helping to create truth to
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First Look! Julia Roberts Joins Smurfs: The Lost Village — See Her Animated Character in Action

First Look! Julia Roberts Joins Smurfs: The Lost Village — See Her Animated Character in Action
Julia Roberts is looking very blue these days.

The Oscar winner has joined the cast of the upcoming animated comedy Smurfs: The Lost Village, People can exclusively reveal — as the wise new character SmurfWillow.

“Smurfs are such a fun part of our animated culture,” Roberts tells People. “They were popular when I was a child and they were popular when my kids were little. It’s fun to be part of such a sweet group that continues to entertain young people.”

The film, from Columbia Pictures and Sony Pictures Animation, already boasts a superstar vocal cast — including Demi Lovato as Smurfette,
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Summer 2013 Forecast (cont.)

Summer 2013 Forecast (cont.)
<< Continued from #1-1112. World War Z (June 21): With the success of AMC's The Walking Dead and February's Warm Bodies ($66.2 million), it's safe to say that zombies are very popular right now. World War Z is the first big-budget aspiring blockbuster featuring the creatures, though casual audiences may have a tough time associating the movie's fast-moving swarms of CGI zombies with the slow-moving ones they are used to. With star Brad Pitt and what's sure to be a hefty marketing effort from Paramount, World War Z will likely do fine, but opening right after Man of Steel is going to keep this down. (Domestic: $135 million, Foreign: $285 million)13. Epic (May 24): Action-oriented animated movies (as opposed to comedic ones) aren't historically all that successful, and Epic's story calls to mind notorious animated bomb The Ant Bully ($28.1 million). Still, from a scheduling perspective, Epic is in great shape: Memorial Day weekend
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Tom Hanks Producing JFK Assassination Drama

With his production company Playtone, Tom Hanks and his producing partner Gary Goetzman have helped mount a string of ambitious and rightly celebrated historical mini-series from Band of Brothers to John Adams and The Pacific. Each offered an insight into a tumultuous time in American history, unfolding the trials and tribulations of the U.S.'s second president and the struggles of the noble soldiers who fought in World War II. To date, Playtone's film slate has typically been more geared toward kid flicks, with offerings like The Ant Bully, City of Ember and Where the Wild Things Are. But the production company's latest deal has them primed to bring the kind of expansive and poignant storytelling displayed in their miniseries to a new feature about the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. Variety reports Hanks and Goetzman will produce Parkland an indie drama that's title refers to the
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Abigail Breslin Joins Streep and Roberts in 'August: Osage County'

After lending their voices to the animated film The Ant Bully in 2006, acclaimed Oscar-winning actresses Julia Roberts and Meryl Streep are acting together in a live-action movie now called August: Osage County. It's a dysfunctional family drama based on Tracy Letts' Pulitzer Prize winning book and Tony award-winning play, and with Streep and Roberts playing mother and daughter and George Clooney and Grant Heslov producing, more Oscar nominations are sure to come. But the movie has just added some significant talent in the supporting actress category with Abigail Breslin and Juliette Lewis joining. Letts wrote the screenplay, and John Wells (The Company You Keep) is set to direct. The story follows three daughters who return home to be with their drug-addicted mother (Streep) after their alcoholic father disappears, and all sorts of family secrets are revealed. Lewis will play another of Streep's daughters alongside Roberts while Breslin will play
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Extended Thoughts on ‘The Wild’

The Wild

Directed by Steve ‘Spaz’ Williams

Written by Ed Decter, John J. Strauss, Mark Gibson, and Philip Halprin

Starring Kiefer Sutherland, James Belushi, William Shatner

Every movie, every television show, every book, every play, and every musical needs to have internal logic inherent in its creation. No matter how ridiculous the premise is—a man dresses as a bat to fight crime, a high-school teacher resorts to cooking methamphetamines to make money, and so on—there must be logic present. If there isn’t, the story falls apart as soon as you think about it. The real trick that some filmmakers or other creative types can employ is not making you think about the story while you’re experiencing it. As an example, while I loved Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol, and can’t wait to watch it over and over on Blu-ray, does it hold up to intense scrutiny?
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Name That Movie: Children's Book Edition

The Lorax hits theaters this Friday, but long before Danny DeVito was providing the voice for that cute little orange creature, this story by Dr. Seuss was a childhood favorite. In honor of the movie, we're quizzing your knowledge on children's books that were translated to film. Let's see what you've got! Question 1 of 5Name that movie: The Secret of Nimh The Indian in the Cupboard The Secret World of Arrietty The Ant Bully
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Regina King Photo: SAG Awards 2012

Regina King Regina King, who plays Detective Lydia Adams in the television series Southland, arrives at the 2012 Screen Actors Guild Awards, broadcast on TNT/TBS from the Shrine Auditorium on January 29, 2012, in Los Angeles, California. This year, Regina King acted as a hostess of sorts at the SAG Awards. (Photo by Dimitrios Kambouris/WireImage.) Among Regina King's big-screen roles are those in Preston A. Whitmore II's This Christmas (2007), with Delroy Lindo and Idris Elba; John Pasquin's Miss Congeniality 2: Armed and Fabulous (2005), starring Sandra Bullock; and Taylor Hackford's Oscar-nominated Ray (2004), opposite Jamie Foxx. King was also one of the voice-actors in The Ant Bully (2006), along with Meryl Streep, Julia Roberts, Paul Giamatti, and Nicolas Cage.
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Netflix Instant Watch Weekly Roundup

Here’s the Movies That Became Available to Stream on Netflix Over the Past Week: Season of the Witch (PG13 | 2011)

Flickchart Ranking: #6384

Times Ranked: 2564

Win Percentage: 37%

How Many Top-20′s: 11 Users


Directed By:Dominic Sena

Starring: Nicolas CageRon Perlman

Genres: ActionAction Thriller • Supernatural Thriller • Thriller • Witchcraft

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Jesus Christ Superstar (G | 1973)

Flickchart Ranking: #2053

Times Ranked: 7192

Win Percentage: 35%

How Many Top-20′s: 10 Users


Directed By:Norman Jewison

Starring: Ted NeeleyBarry DennenBob BinghamLeeyan GrangerCarl Anderson

Genres: Based-on-Theatre • Drama • Musical • Musical Drama • Religious Drama • Rock Musical

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Scared Shrekless (Nr | 2010)

Flickchart Ranking: #6557

Times Ranked: 564

Win Percentage: 34%

How Many Top-20′s: 4 Users


Other entries available in the “Dreamworks Spooky Stories” series are:” Monsters vs. Aliens: Mutant Pumpkins from Outer Space” and “The Ghost of Lord Farquaad”

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The Warrior’s Way (R | 2010)

Flickchart Ranking: #6457

Times Ranked: 1057

Win Percentage: 42%

How Many Top-20′s: 3 Users


Directed By:Sngmoo Lee

Starring: Kate BosworthGeoffrey Rush
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Geek shows and movies on UK TV in the coming week

Sherlock is repeated, but you're mainly going to have to make do with lots of films in this week's UK TV preview...

TV addicts and aficionados take note that, outside of a slew of good and great films, this week's UK schedule is nearly devoid of new programming on popular channels.

In fact, the only show worth mentioning that we could find is a repeat. Can that one show carry the weight of the waiting and watching couch occupiers across the UK?

It can when it's Sherlock! BBC1 will repeat the excellent series that starred Martin Freeman and Benedict Cumberbatch, and despite their obvious talents, probably played a role in bringing the two to a more worldwide audience in the eagerly awaited forthcoming The Hobbit film.

We couldn't say enough about how good this new production of the sleuthing pair was, and what a fantastic revelation was to be found
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Geek shows and movies on UK TV in the coming week

Neil Gaiman's Doctor Who episode, Caprica finishing off its run in the UK, and South Park season 15 kicks off. Plus an animated feature worth checking out...

This weekend brings us what is likely to be the most eagerly anticipated episode of Doctor Who since the series relaunched or the then unknown property of Matt Smith's Time Lord talents were yet to be tested.

Saturday, May 14th delivers the fourth episode in the sixth series, and its intriguing title, The Doctor's Wife, is only a faint indicator of the real draw, and that's that the episode's been written by Neil Gaiman.

We have a spoiler-free review that may hold clues to just how excited we are about the episode, and even better, an interview with its author, Neil Gaiman, here.

We're as eager to hear what everyone thinks of it as to rewatch it again tomorrow night, and we'll
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Ten Years of Best Animated Oscar Nominees... Which Ones are Your Favorite?

2011 marks the tenth year the Oscars have singled out animated films for their own Best Animated Feature Oscar and I started looking over the list of nominees and began to wonder how they might match up with public opinion.

In ten years 34 films have been nominated for the Best Animated Feature Oscar, eight of those nominees have been Pixar films, five of which went on to win with Cars and Monsters, Inc. serving as the two that didn't end up taking home the gold. So Pixar has obviously been crowned king by the Academy, and this year I think we're all expecting Toy Story 3 to make it six wins for the animated studio. Does this mean the top eight animated films over the past ten years were produced by Pixar?

Of course, this isn't an exact science. Looking at only the Academy's animated nominees means several films aren't even
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Geek shows and movies on UK TV in the coming week: Christmas special!

Get ready for a whole host of TV shows and movies to get you through the festive period - it's our look at UK telly...!

We've taken a scythe to the Christmas telly schedule to help you sort the geek from the chav. We hope the listing of shows and films will help brighten your holiday via the warm rays of the living room telly.

If we missed any of your favourites, please have a ho-ho-ho in the comments section, with our thanks and best wishes for a happy holiday.

Thursday December 23rd

Terry Pratchett's Hogfather Part 1 4:00pm Sky1 (repeats through 1st Jan)

24 series 8 6:00am Sky 2 (marathon consecutive run of the series' episodes)

8 Out Of 10 Cats Christmas Special 10:00pm Channel 4 (repeats 00:05am 27th Dec)

The Royle Family Christmas Special (2009) 00:45am Gold (repeats through 30th Dec)

Christmas Eve Friday December 24th

Terry Pratchett's Hogfather Part
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Kim Talks With Zachary Tyler Eisen, the Voice of Aang in Avatar: The Last Airbender

Exclusive: I got a chance to talk with voice actor Zachary Eisen, who voiced the lead protagonist in one of my favorite cartoons, Avatar: The Last Airbender. Zachary began voice acting at the age of six with the role of Andrew of the Nick Jr. show Little Bill. Zachary continued work through Nickelodeon to voice Pablo the Penguin in the popular children series The Backyardigans and, of course, the main character Aang in the very popular animated series Avatar: the Last Airbender which recently received a live action adaption directed by M. Night Shyamalan. He also voiced the character Lucas Nickle in the film The Ant Bully. How did you get into voice acting? So a really long time ago [when] I was about four years old and I had a really raspy kind of voice and I was told it was a good...

This Week in DVD & Blu-ray: The Expendables, I’m Still Here, Flipped, The Disappearance of Alice Creed, and More

This Week in DVD & Blu-ray is a column that compiles all the latest info regarding new DVD and Blu-ray releases, sales, and exclusive deals from stores including Target, Best Buy and Fry’s. The Disappearance Of Alice Creed The Disappearance of Alice Creed opens with two men prepping for what we can only assume—given the title of the film (despite any revelations about its meaning that may come later)—is a kidnapping. We assume correctly. They pull a girl into a van, tie her to a bed, strip her of all her clothes, snap photos of her, and put new clothes on her. All of this takes places without any dialogue, or any understanding of who these people are, how they know each other, or what their motivations are. The less you know about what happens from that point forward, the better. This is the sort of assured, smartly
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