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16 Movies You Should Watch Every Summer For the Ultimate Staycation

With Summer in full swing, it's hard to escape all of your friends' vacation pictures, tropical drink snaps, and endless #ThrowbackThursday selfies. While we love a good Summer sangria by the pool as much as the next person, not everyone can get away for long breaks or afford to jet set off to a remote island. Luckily, we have a solution for your mid-Summer blues . . . a movie-fueled staycation!

If you're in need of an update to your Netflix and chill regimen or want to escape your normal life through the fantasy world of movies, we've got you covered. From the blue waters of Hawaii in Blue Crush to escaping to Kellerman's in Dirty Dancing, we've found 15 movies that you should watch every Summer for the ultimate staycation.

Whether you're in need of a childhood throwback to long days at Summer camp à la The Parent Trap or want to daydream
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16 Movies You Should Watch Every Summer For the Ultimate Staycation

With Summer in full swing, it's hard to escape all of your friends' vacation pictures, tropical drink snaps, and endless #ThrowbackThursday selfies. While we love a good Summer sangria by the pool as much as the next person, not everyone can get away for long breaks or afford to jet set off to a remote island. Luckily, we have a solution for your mid-Summer blues . . . a movie-fueled staycation!

If you're in need of an update to your Netflix and chill regimen or want to escape your normal life through the fantasy world of movies, we've got you covered. From the blue waters of Hawaii in Blue Crush to escaping to Kellerman's in Dirty Dancing, we've found 15 movies that you should watch every Summer for the ultimate staycation.

Whether you're in need of a childhood throwback to long days at Summer camp à la The Parent Trap or want to daydream
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Win ‘Wonder’ On Blu-ray Along With A Copy Of The Book On Which It Is Based

To coincide with the release of Wonder – out on DVD, Blu-ray, 4K Uhd and digital download on Monday 26th March 2018, we have three copies of the film to give away on Blu-ray, along with three copies of the original book on which it was based.

Based on the New York Times bestseller by R.J. Palacio, the Academy Award®* and BAFTA** nominated Wonder tells the inspiring and heart-warming story of August “Auggie” Pullman. Born with facial differences that, up until now, have prevented him from going to a mainstream school, Auggie becomes the most unlikely of heroes when he enters the fifth grade at his local school. As his family, new classmates, and the larger community all struggle to find their compassion and acceptance, Auggie’s extraordinary journey will unite them all and prove you can’t blend in when you were born to stand out.

Outstanding young actor Jacob Tremblay (Room,
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Win Wonder Blu-ray and poster

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To mark the release of Wonder on 26th March, we’ve been given 3 sets of the Blu-ray and poster to give away.

Based on the New York Times bestseller by R.J. Palacio, the Academy Award®* and BAFTA** nominated Wonder tells the inspiring and heart-warming story of August “Auggie” Pullman. Born with facial differences that, up until now, have prevented him from going to a mainstream school, Auggie becomes the most unlikely of heroes when he enters the fifth grade at his local school. As his family, new classmates, and the larger community all struggle to find their compassion and acceptance, Auggie’s extraordinary journey will unite them all and prove you can’t blend in when you were born to stand out.

Outstanding young actor Jacob Tremblay (Room, The Book of Henry) superbly anchors an A-list cast that boasts Academy Award® winner Julia Roberts (Eat Pray Love, Erin Brockovich) and Owen Wilson (Midnight in Paris,
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Ryan Murphy signs exclusive deal with Netflix

The Emmy, Golden Globe and Peabody Award-winning writer and producer Ryan Murphy has signed an exclusive, multi-year deal with Netflix to produce new TV series and feature films for the streaming giant, with the deal set to get underway on July 1st of this year.

“Ryan Murphy’s series have influenced the global cultural zeitgeist, reinvented genres and changed the course of television history. His unfaltering dedication to excellence and to give voice to the underrepresented, to showcase a unique perspective or just to shock the hell out of us, permeates his genre-shattering work,” said Ted Sarandos, Chief Content Officer at Netflix. “From Nip/Tuck – our first licensed series – to American Crime Story: The People v. O.J. Simpson and American Horror Story, we’ve seen how his brand of storytelling captivates consumers and critics across the globe. His celebrated body of work and his contributions to our industry speak for themselves,
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Netflix poaches ​Ryan Murphy in $300m deal

’The history of this moment is not lost on me. I am a gay kid from Indiana who moved to Hollywood in 1989 with $55 dollars in savings in my pocket.’

Netflix has signed Ryan Murphy to a multi-year deal to make new series and films, poaching the Emmy-winning producer away from his current studio home at 20th Century Fox.

The deal will come into effect in July and is reportedly a five-year arrangement that could be worth up to $300m.

The pact represents another talent coup for Netflix, which last summer poached Shonda Rhimes away from Disney’s ABC.

Murphy, best known for Nip/Tuck and Glee and also a prolific writer and director, was thought to be considering new options in advance of the expiration this summer of his 20th Century Fox deal. If he had renewed that deal he may have ended up working at Disney, which has agreed to buy assets of Rupert Murdoch’s [link=co
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​Ryan Murphy in $300m Netflix deal

’The history of this moment is not lost on me. I am a gay kid from Indiana who moved to Hollywood in 1989 with $55 dollars in savings in my pocket.’

Netflix has signed Ryan Murphy to a multi-year deal to make new series and films, poaching the Emmy-winning producer away from his current studio home at 20th Century Fox.

The deal will come into effect in July and is reportedly a five-year arrangement that could be worth up to $300m.

The pact represents another talent coup for Netflix, which last summer poached Shonda Rhimes away from Disney’s ABC.

Murphy, best known for Nip/Tuck and Glee and also a prolific writer and director, was thought to be considering new options in advance of the expiration this summer of his 20th Century Fox deal. If he had renewed that deal he may have ended up working at Disney, which has agreed to buy assets of Rupert Murdoch’s [link=co
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10 Things You Didn’t Know about “Eat Pray Love”

Eat, Pray, Love is a very touching story. Life is never certain, and in fact the only thing that ever stays constant is the fact that it goes on. Playing a woman who thought she had everything until she realized she didn’t, Julia Roberts finds that it’s necessary to take a chance and experience life for once as she goes on a trip around the world to discover herself, finding many interesting locations and just as many interesting people along the way. Her path to self-discovery is something that many people search for their entire lives and fail to find.

10 Things You Didn’t Know about “Eat Pray Love
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‘Eat Pray Love’ Author Elizabeth Gilbert’s Partner Passes Away At 57: Read The Writer’s Moving Message

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Elizabeth Gilbert is mourning a painful loss in the New Year. The “Eat Pray Love” author took to social media to announce that her longtime love, Rayya Elias, passed away this week. In a lengthy, heartfelt post, Gilbert praised her partner, whom she previously credited as being the reason for the end of her marriage […]
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James Franco: ‘I was certainly taking myself too seriously before. But who doesn’t?’

His riotous new film, The Disaster Artist, is one of the best in a fascinating but patchy career. So how did this notorious workaholic with a fear of failure learn to laugh at himself?

James Franco, the stoner’s comedian inside a workaholic arthouse auteur trapped in a Hollywood leading man’s body, is a bewildering enough prospect as an actor, but that’s nothing compared with what he is as an interviewee. As I walk into his hotel room in San Sebastián, Spain, where he is at the film festival showing his latest effort, The Disaster Artist, which he directed and stars in, I wonder which side I’ll get today. (Please, God, not the pretentious-auteur one.) After all, what to expect of a man who, in one year, made eight movies including Eat Pray Love; the pretty good Allen Ginsberg biopic, Howl; the completely meh comedy, Date Night; the endurance movie,
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Justice League: The Flash's Dad Is Actually a Very Famous Actor

Image Source: Warner Bros. Ok, maybe Justice League isn't the best superhero movie that's ever been made, but there's still plenty of room to enjoy it. Once you look beyond the sad Amazonian costume redesign (and the other myriad issues), it's still an action-packed, much more lighthearted, overall sort of entertaining addition to the cinematic branch of the DC Extended Universe. All things considered, some of the best fun during Justice League comes from the little Easter eggs that are sprinkled throughout. You know, like the postcredits scene and the little superhero cameo. Oh, and then there's the (very handsome) man who plays the father of the Flash aka Barry Allen aka Mr. Ezra Miller, who is also very handsome. Barry's dad, Henry Allen, only pops up in a couple of Justice League scenes. Henry is in prison for allegedly murdering Barry's mom, Nora Allen. Near the beginning of Justice League,
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Watch: Chris Martin Serenades Julia Roberts at amfAR Event Honoring Her with a Sweet Rendition of ‘Pretty Woman’

Watch: Chris Martin Serenades Julia Roberts at amfAR Event Honoring Her with a Sweet Rendition of ‘Pretty Woman’
Who needs a limousine and roses – or even Richard Gere – when you have a guitar and can do a mean version of “Pretty Woman”?

Chris Martin knows how to perfectly win over Julia Roberts.

The Coldplay singer, 40, serenaded the actress, 49, during the eighth annual amfAR Gala in Los Angeles on Friday night.

Martin sang Roy Orbison’s classic that served as the theme song to Roberts’ 1990 film, Pretty Woman.

The English man took to the microphone crooning, “Pretty woman/Won’t you pardon me/Pretty woman/I couldn’t help but see/Pretty woman/That you’re as lovely as
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‘The Irishman’: Welker White Cast As Jimmy Hoffa’s Wife In Martin Scorsese-Robert De Niro Pic

‘The Irishman’: Welker White Cast As Jimmy Hoffa’s Wife In Martin Scorsese-Robert De Niro Pic
Exclusive: Welker White is set to play Jimmy Hoffa’s wife Josephine in The Irishman, Martin Scorsese’s film starring Robert De Niro as Frank "The Irishman" Sheeran, a reputed hitman suspected of involvement in the 1975 disappearance of the Teamsters leader. This is White’s third Scorsese film, also having appeared in The Wolf of Wall Street (2013) and Goodfellas (1990). Her other film credits include Cedar Rapids and Eat Pray Love, and she did multiple guest stints on Law…
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Julia Roberts Acts Out 26 of Her Movies in Under 10 Minutes

Julia Roberts Acts Out 26 of Her Movies in Under 10 Minutes
Julia Roberts has a new movie to promote. But since Wonder isn't in theaters until Nov. 17, James Corden wanted to re-promote some of her past projects—26 of them to be exact—on Wednesday's episode of The Late Late Show. Roberts was game to revisit her previous roles—or, to be honest, "as ready as I'm going to get." In under 10 minutes, Corden and Roberts acted out scenes from Notting Hill, Mona Lisa Smile, Larry Crowne, Runaway Bride, Steel Magnolias, Charlie Wilson's War, Mystic Pizza, America's Sweethearts, Eat Pray Love, Closer, Pretty Woman, Valentine's Day, Mother's Day, Stepmom, Wonder, Mirror Mirror, Flatliners, Hook, Charlotte's Web, Erin Brockovich,...
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Javier Bardem on Becoming Pablo Escobar for His New Film, Loving Pablo--and Reuniting With Penelope Cruz Onscreen

Javier Bardem on Becoming Pablo Escobar for His New Film, Loving Pablo--and Reuniting With Penelope Cruz Onscreen
We know Javier Bardem for many things. For his terrifying and award-winning turn as the serial killer in No Country for Old Men. For playing the charming romantic lead in movies like Vicky Cristina Barcelona and Eat Pray Love. For being, dare we say it, the hunky actor married to Penelope Cruz.  But now audiences will get to know him as something completely different: The legendary narco-trafficker Pablo Escobar.  Bardem will be hitting the festival circuit this fall not only for his still-incredibly-mysterious lead role opposite Jennifer Lawrence (in mother!, of course), but also for the real-life story of Loving Pablo. The film, which makes its...
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Hotel Salvation review – redemption on the banks of the Ganges

Father and son face up to mortality in this beautiful debut feature from a young Indian writer-director

Twenty-six-year-old Indian writer-director Shubhashish Bhutiani’s nimble debut feature trails Rajiv (Adil Hussain) as he accompanies his dying father Daya (Lalit Behl) to Hotel Salvation, a sort of spiritual hospice on the banks of the Ganges. Guests are permitted to stay free of charge for 15 days, in the hope that they experience “salvation” in the moments before death (marijuana-laced lassi optional). If it sounds a little bit Eat Pray Love, it is – though Bhutiani keeps a fairly tight rein on former “famous writer” Daya’s divine journey, paying more attention to the knotty dynamic between father and son. In this sense, the film works more as a kind of reverse Toni Erdmann, with Rajiv finally turning off his phone and shouldering the burden of his cantankerous father. It looks beautiful too, with night-time
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The Last Face Starring Charlize Theron and Javier Bardem Arrives on Blu-ray, DVD and Digital HD September 5th

Academy Award winners Charlize Theron and Javier Bardem star in an emotional story of hope when The Last Face arrives on Blu-ray™ (plus Digital HD), DVD and Digital HD September 5 from Lionsgate Home Entertainment. The film is currently available On Demand.

Experience the emotional story of hope when The Last Face arrives on Blu-ray™ (plus Digital HD), DVD and Digital HD September 5 from Lionsgate. The film is currently available On Demand. Academy Award® winner Charlize Theron (2003, Best Actress, Monster) and Academy Award® winner Javier Bardem (2007, Best Supporting Actor, No Country for Old Men) star as two international aid workers in Africa fighting for humanity during civil unrest. The drama premiered at the 2016 Cannes Film Festival where it earned a nomination for the Palme d’Or. Directed by two-time Academy Award® winner Sean Penn, The Last Face Blu-ray and DVD will be available for the suggested retail price of $24.99 and $19.98, respectively.
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10 Best Movies and TV Shows to Stream in August

10 Best Movies and TV Shows to Stream in August
The Internet is giving folks a strange crop for August, courtesy of an eclectic mix of high-concept comedies, audacious original movies and foreign imports modeled after familiar narratives. Wet Hot American Summer gets brought back from the great beyond yet again and Netflix raises the curtain on its big superhero team-up show; Amazon hosts a pair of off-kilter sitcoms; and the most gleefully sadistic film franchise in recent memory comes online. Here's your must-stream guide for the next month.

Comrade Detective (Amazon, Aug. 4th)

Get ready to get meta with
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The beginner's guide to Bollywood

Dave Lawrie Aug 16, 2017

Fancy a film that mashes up Reservoir Dogs and The Usual Suspects, with a few song and dance numbers? Step this way...

Film is such a diverse medium that it is possible to call yourself a fan without ever venturing out of your favourite genre. Hell, it is perfectly acceptable nowadays to add 'films' to your list of hobbies by watching nothing more than the output of the McU. Getting some people to venture into the wonderful world of foreign cinema can admittedly be a tall order. We’ve all met one, right? The 'I go to the cinema to watch, not to read!' crowd. That’s fine. There is nothing wrong with having your entertainment packaged as you like it.

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‘Master of None’ Music Supervisor Picks Five Songs That Define Season 2

‘Master of None’ Music Supervisor Picks Five Songs That Define Season 2
Heartbroken by his break-up with Rachel and seeking solace in a carb-fueled Italian walkabout, the second season of Aziz Ansari’s “Master of None” kicks off like an “Eat Pray Love” for food dudes, with Ansari’s Dev apprenticing alongside a Modena pastamaker, seeking both culinary expertise…and his inner self. Flirting with the Fellini-esque (rich black and white cinematography, madcap dashes) Ansari delivers more good times and wry humor as “Master of None’s” sophomore year follows Dev from abroad, to back home, and into a (semi) life-changing gig as host of a cupcake cooking show.

As always, Dev and his friends’ adventures are underscored by a spot-on play list created by the show’s music supervisor, Zach Cowie, an La-based DJ that met Ansari and show co-creator Alan Yang at party where he was spinning. “We saw each other quite a bit after that at other parties I was djing at,” recalls
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