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Here Are All The New Releases Coming to Netflix in January 2018

Netflix is starting out 2018 with a ton of new film and TV series releases! We are only about halfway through December, but if you're curious to know what is waiting for you on the streaming service in the new year, we have a full list the new releases and their release dates. There's a lot of great stuff coming including a bunch of Batman Films, the Lethal Weapon movies, The Godfather trilogy, Caddyshack, Apollo 13, King Kong, The Shawshank Redemption, Training Day, and even all of the Bring it On films! You can check out the fill list below!

Week of 1/1/18

10,000 B.C. -- 1/1/18

30 Days of Night -- 1/1/18

Age Of Shadows -- 1/1/18

AlphaGo -- 1/1/18

America's Sweethearts -- 1/1/18

Apollo 13 -- 1/1/18

Batman -- 1/1/18

Batman & Robin -- 1/1/18

Batman Begins -- 1/1/18

Batman Forever -- 1/1/18

Batman Returns -- 1/1/18

Breakfast at Tiffany's -- 1/1/18

Bring It On -- 1/1/18

Bring It On Again -- 1/1/18

Bring It On: All or Nothing
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Mike Flanagan’s Before I Wake Coming to Netflix in the Us on January 5th

  • DailyDead
Horror fans have been looking forward to seeing Mike Flanagan's Before I Wake since the film was teased in trailers back in 2015, but bankruptcy issues at Relativity Media delayed and ultimately brought the movie's release to a halt. Since that time, Flanagan directed two well-received films for Netflix, and the streaming service has now revealed that they will bring Before I Wake out of film purgatory and into the warm glow of the TV screen.

Netflix revealed the exciting Before I Wake news in their full announcement of titles being added to their streaming lineup in January of 2018. Starring Jacob Tremblay, Thomas Jane, and Kate Bosworth, Before I Wake will be available to watch on the streaming service beginning Friday, January 5th, marking its first official release in the Us (it was previously released internationally, including in the UK by Netflix).

Other titles being added to Netflix (in the Us) include 30 Days of Night,
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‘The Godfather’ Trilogy Makes Netflix an Offer It Can’t Refuse Next Month; ‘Marie Antoinette’ and ‘Midnight in Paris,’ Too

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Say this for 2018: It can’t be any worse than 2017, right? (Spoiler: It totally can.) At least Netflix’s first batch of offerings inspires cautious optimism in the new year, with everything from the entire “Godfather” trilogy, “Marie Antoinette,” five different “Batman” films and five different “Bring It On” movies (did you even know they’d made that many?), “Midnight in Paris,” the complete “Lethal Weapon” collection, “Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory,” and “The Truman Show” coming to the streaming service in January.

Read More:Netflix Reveals the Most Binge-Watched Shows of 2017: ‘American Vandal,’ ’13 Reasons Why,’ and More

As for Netflix Originals, there are several: “Before I Wake” and “Rotten” are both available to stream as of January 5, “Somebody Feed Phil” and “The Polka King” premiere a week later, “The Open House” arrives on the 19th, and “A Futile and Stupid Gesture” and “Dirty Money” both debut on the 26th.
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Sharla Sumpter Bridgett Tapped as President of The Story Company

Sharla Sumpter Bridgett Tapped as President of The Story Company
Tim Story’s the Story Company has hired veteran producer and executive Sharla Sumpter Bridgett as president of production for the company.

Story has directed “Barbershop,” the two “Ride Along” movies, the two “Think Like a Man” titles, “Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer,” and “Fantastic Four” and is attached to New Line’s “Shaft,” starring Samuel L. Jackson, Jessie T. Usher, and Alexandra Shipp. His films have grossed over $1 billion at the box office, making him the first African-American director to cross that milestone.

Story is currently a director and executive producer for Showtime’s half-hour comedy series “White Famous,” loosely based on the life of Jamie Foxx with Jay Pharoah starring.

“It has been my goal to build a production company where I am able to produce quality film and television projects in addition to my directing career,” said Story, who is CEO. “Sharla’s exceptional taste and ability to develop great material fits seamlessly
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When good TV goes bad: how Sons of Anarchy took us all for a ride

After two seasons of all-American biker shenanigans, the show decamped to Ireland, where every scene became a toe-curling exercise in stereotyping

There has always been something faintly hilarious about Hells Angels. Perhaps it’s the unholy combination of dodgy leatherwear, comedy helmets and unrestrained beards, but they always look a little bit “midlife crisis spinning wildly out of control”, a little bit “minor members of the Def Leppard road crew”. It’s for this reason that Hells Angels are almost always deployed filmically for comic effect nowadays; indeed, up until recently the last major Hells Angels on-screen moment was 2007’s execrable midlife-crisis comedy Wild Hogs.

I say “until recently” because, of course, one year after Wild Hogs tried its hardest to ruin the biker gang’s mystique for generations to come, along came Sons of Anarchy to show us all the true face of the American Hells Angel, a serious,
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Clifford the Big Red Dog movie finds a director

Back in July of last year it was revealed that Paramount Pictures was developing a live-action/CG hybrid adaptation of Norman Bridwell’s Clifford the Big Red Dog book series, and now Variety is reporting that the project has found a director.

Walt Becker, whose previous credits include Van Wilder, Wild Hogs, Old Dogs and Alvin and the Chipmunks, is set to helm the movie, while Ellen Rapoport has come on board to rewrite the script from Justin Malen.

Clifford the Big Red Dog launched in 1963 and revolves around the adventures of a young girl called Emily Elizabeth and her pet dog Clifford, who just happens to be 25 feet tall, and bright red. The books have spawned two animated series, while Universal Pictures and Illumination Entertainment spent several years in development on an animated feature before the rights ended up at Paramount.
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The Classic 80s Film Flight Of The Navigator is Being Remade with the Writer of Lucifer and 11.22.63

The classic 1986 sci-fi film Flight of the Navigator was one of many films that I loved watching when I was a kid. A remake of the film has been in and out of development for years and it looks like it's going back into development with a new writer. 

According to THR, Lionsgate and The Henson Co. has hired Joe Henderson to write the script. Henderson is best known for his work on Lucifer, 11.22.63, and White Collar.  The guy has done some great work in TV, so it gives me hope that maybe he'll do a decent job with Flight of the Navigator.

Over the years, Brad Copeland (Arrested DevelopmentWild Hogs) was attached to the project as was Jurassic World director Colin Trevorrow and Derek Connolly, who were set to write the script. Things obviously didn't work out in these instances. 

The story follows a 12-year-old boy who gets abducted by an alien spacecraft.
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‘Clifford the Big Red Dog’ Movie Fetches New Director

‘Clifford the Big Red Dog’ Movie Fetches New Director
Walt Becker will direct Paramount Pictures’ live-action/CG hybrid movie adaptation of “Clifford the Big Red Dog.”

The studio began developing the project last year when it hired Justin Malen to pen the screenplay about the 25-foot-tall dog. Ellen Rapoport is re-writing the script.

Silvertongue FilmsDeborah Forte will produce the film, based on Scholastic’s book series by Norman Bridwell. Jared Mass is overseeing the project for Paramount.

The first book centered on a young girl who received a red puppy for her birthday that grew to be 25 feet tall. It was published by Scholastic in 1963, leading to more than 60 titles and 127 million copies in print. Clifford is Scholastic’s official mascot.

Scholastic produced the “Clifford the Big Red Dog” TV series, which which originally aired on PBS Kids from 2000 to 2003. The “Clifford the Big Red Dog” movie had been in development at Universal for several years with the studio announcing in 2014 that it would be
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Paramount Pictures Launches New Production Division Headed by Brian Robbins

Paramount Pictures Launches New Production Division Headed by Brian Robbins
Looking to ramp up production, Paramount is launching a Paramount Players Division with veteran producer and executive Brian Robbins in charge.

Paramount Pictures Chairman and CEO Jim Gianopulos, who took over the studio in March, made the announcement Wednesday. Robbins will work with Viacom’s Nickelodeon, MTV, Comedy Central and Bet operations to generate projects while the new division focuses on contemporary properties.

Robbins founded digital media company Awesomeness and headed it up for five years. He will serve as president of Paramount Players, reporting to Gianopulos and joining the studio later this month.

Paramount has lagged behind the competition in box office returns and in creating the kind of global franchises that are prized by studios. Its top franchise is Michael Bay’s Transformers, with its latest film “Transformers: The Last Knight” opening on June 21. The studio is teamed with Tom Cruise for a sixth “Mission: Impossible,” opening July
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'Crossing Jordan''s Jill Hennessy to Star in New Series

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2017-04-18T13:44:35-07:00'Crossing Jordan''s Jill Hennessy to Star in New Series

Former Crossing Jordan star Jill Hennessy has nabbed a lead role in the Comedy Central family comedy Crawford.

Hennessy will play Cynthia, an award-winning cereal executive struggling to deal with the stress of juggling work with the needs of her husband and family. The actress' TV roles include Madam Secretary, The Good Wife, Law & Order and HBO's Luck.

The ensemble cast of Crawford includes Kyle Mac, Daniel Davis Yang, Alice Moran and John Carroll Lynch.

Read the rest of this article at The Hollywood Reporter.

Hennessy has also appeared in the movies Wild Hogs, Exit Wounds and Lymelife.
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DreamWorks & Montecito Slap Down Six-Figures For Comedy Spec ‘Besties’

DreamWorks & Montecito Slap Down Six-Figures For Comedy Spec ‘Besties’
Exclusive: DreamWorks along with Montecito Pictures just beat out two other studios and slapped down low-to-mid-six figures for the spec Besties, a big, female ensemble comedy that should be a magnet for actresses in their early 30s. Written by Cassie Daniels and Mark Bartosic, it’s described as Wild Hogs meets My Best Friend’s Wedding and follows a woman who finds a long-lost love note then sets off on a road trip with her three best friends to break up the wedding of…
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Will Ferrell Lines Up 'City Slickers'-Esque North Pole Comedy

Will Ferrell can do broad comedy in his sleep, but lately, he's been developing projects that potentially offer him a chance to show off some different acting muscles. He's got "Russ & Roger Go Beyond" brewing, a movie that will see him play schlockmaster filmmaker Russ Meyer, and now comes an arctic comedy said to be in the vein of "City Slickers" (cool) and "Wild Hogs" (uh, okay). Sony Pictures is putting together an adaptation of Guy Lawson’s The New York Times Magazine article “Ice Pack: An Insurance Salesman and a Doctor Walk Into a Bar, and End Up at the North Pole,” with Ferrell slated to star. It tells the wild, true story about insurance salesman Ralph Plaisted, doctor Art Aufderhiede, Honda dealer Walter Pederson, geography teacher Jerry Pitzel, and French Canadian Jean Luc Bombardier, who embarked on an expedition to the North Pole, despite failing a psychological stress test.
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Berlin: Nancy Cartwright of ‘The Simpsons’ Launches Production Company

Berlin: Nancy Cartwright of ‘The Simpsons’ Launches Production Company
Nancy Cartwright, best known as the voice of Bart Simpson on “The Simpsons,” has launched Spotted Cow as a film/television finance and production company.

Spotted Cow’s first project is “In Search of Fellini,” which recently wrapped production in Italy. The coming-of-age drama stars Ksenia Solo, Maria Bello and Mary Lynn Rajskub.

In Search of Fellini” was directed by Taron Lexton and written by Cartwright and Spotted Cow President Peter Kjenaas. Ambi Distribution represents worldwide rights and is presenting the project to buyers at the the Berlin Film Festival’s European Film Market.

The movie was inspired by Cartwright’s early years in the entertainment industry, when she set off to “find herself” in Italy before establishing herself in Hollywood.

Spotted Cow is also partnered with Parkside Pictures and Dark Rabbit Productions on a film with James Franco entitled “The Institute,” to be released in late 2016. Cartwright is a producer on the project.
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‘Storyville’ New Orleans Drama Pilot From Bill Macdonald & Walt Becker Set To Film

Gary Krist's bestselling book Empire Of Sin is headed to the small screen. The historical account of the city of New Orleans during the era of its Storyville red-light district has been optioned by Mission Control Entertainment as source material for Storyville, a fictional drama series written by Rome co-creator William J. "Bill" Macdonald and writer-director Walt Becker (Wild Hogs). The company is in discussions with a network but might go the indie route as it has…
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4 Pieces of Must-Know Casting News

Lena Dunham’s “Girls” are taking on the women’s movement. The HBO darling is reteaming with the network for new comedy pilot “Max.” “Orange Is the New Black” CD extraordinaire Jennifer Euston will cast the story centered on a young woman who takes a low-level magazine job only to find herself inadvertently thrust into the heart of the women’s movement. The series has already picked up Lisa Joyce (“Ricki and the Flash”), newcomer Edgar Blackmon, Rebecca Drysdale (“Enough Said”), and a recurring spot for Peter Fonda (“3:10 to Yuma,” “Wild Hogs”). Shooting will begin in mid-November in Los Angeles. If the women’s movement isn’t ticking all your boxes, Kevin Spacey is heading up the based-on-a-true-story feature “Billionaire Boys Club.” The film—also starring Emma Roberts (“Scream Queens”), the newly deemed Prince of Thieves, Taron Egerton (“Robin Hood: Origins”), and Ansel Elgort (“The Fault in Our Stars
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14 terrible films that made obscene amounts of money – and only two have Adam Sandler in

14 terrible films that made obscene amounts of money – and only two have Adam Sandler in
Bad films are part of the movie-making process. For every Citizen Kane, there are dozens of Law Abiding Citizens; for every The Exorcist, hundreds of Exorcist II: The Heretics.

They're all meant to do badly, because they are bad. But sometimes, there's an aberration. Sometimes... they're successful. Very successful. Very, very successful.

Here, then, are 14 of our favourite least favourite films to ever make studio heads' eyes turn into little dollar signs (in order of awfulness).

14. Anger Management (2003)

Rotten Tomatoes ranking: 43%

Production budget: $75 million

Worldwide box office: $195 million

Anger Management spluttered back into like in 2012 as a TV vehicle for snake blood-drinking "winner" Charlie Sheen. It lasted two seasons: the first had 10 episodes, the second 90, all so the show could go into syndication. As soon as it hit its 100th episode, it was immediately canned.

13. Meet The Fockers (2004)

Rotten Tomatoes ranking: 38%

Production budget: $80 million

Worldwide box office: $516 million

The third
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Colin Trevorrow's time-travel script, Stealing Time, is back on the table

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After your film makes well over a billion dollars worldwide, it's only natural that studios will start digging up your past work. Seven years ago Colin Trevorrow wrote Stealing Time, a time-traveling adventure film which Walt Becker (Wild Hogs) was set to direct for Columbia, and now THR reports that the project has been revived by Steven Spielberg and Dreamworks. Stealing Time involves... Read More...
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First trailer for Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Road Chip

The first trailer for Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Road Chip has arrived online. Alvin (Justin Long), Theodore (Matthew Gray Gubler) and Simon (Jesse McCartney) are all back for the fourth installment in the Alvin and the Chipmunks film series, following 2011’s Chipwrecked.

Jason Lee, who will be reprising his role as Dave, will be joined by such newcomers to the series as Tony Hale and Bella Thorne. Wild Hogs director Walt Becker has helmed the film, while Mrs. Doubtfire writer Randi Mayem Singer has penned the script.

In The Road Chip, the trio of talking chipmunks set off on a road trip to New York City to stop their owner Dave from proposing to his girlfriend, as they think it means he will dump them. The trailer shows Alvin, Theodore and Simon singing the hit Bruno Mars song “Uptown Funk,” in their naturally high-pitched voices.

The Alvin and the Chipmunks
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139 movie sequels currently in the works

From Zoolander 2 to 23 Jump Street, with 100s in-between. Here's our rundown of the assorted movie sequels in the works...

Think Hollywood is bereft of original ideas? You just might after this. Here's our look at the assorted movie sequels currently in the works. Since we last did a list like this, we've dropped films that seem to have died a death - Wanted 2, Spring Breakers 2 - but we'll keep this rundown up to date over the coming month.

Without further ado...

23 Jump Street

Sony is pressing ahead with a third Jump Street movie, as well as a possible Jump Street vs Men In Black film, and a female-headlined spin-off. For 23 Jump Street specifically, Rodney Rothman is back and working on the script (he wrote the second one). It's unclear yet if Chris Miller and Phil Lord can find breathing space in their schedule to direct. Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill are both expected back,
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DreamWorks Acquires Jason Filardi And Walt Becker Xmas Pitch ‘Nick’

Exclusive: DreamWorks has bought Nick, a pitch for a Home Alone-style Christmas comedy that will be scripted by Jason Filardi and Walt Becker. Wild Hogs helmer Becker is attached to direct the film. He and Filardi will produce it together. They’re keeping the logline under wraps, but the clear hope is to launch a franchise. Filardi is best known for writing the comedies 17 Again and Bringing Down The House. He recently sold the family Adventure film Floors to Walt Disney…
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