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Someone watched Bee Movie 357 times on Netflix in 2017

Kirsten Howard Dec 11, 2017

Shout out to the UK subscriber who watched Bee Movie 357 times this year. Your dedication has been duly noted by Netflix...

Bee Movie, the 2007 animated meme generator, has a very committed UK fan. Someone so enamoured by the adventures of Barry B. Benson, that in 2017 they were willing to spend 32,487 minutes of their time rewatching the film on Netflix.

Netflix, for their part, did not want this devotion to go unsung, so this week they specifically acknowledged the bee-witched viewer and created a little buzz (I'm sorry) surrounding the, er, achievement, by including the factoid in their 2017 'Year In Review'.

The Jerry Seinfeld-starring flick could have been consumed once a day, or for almost 24 days continuously. No one knows, as the streaming giant are naturally keeping the person's identity anonymous, and further details under wraps.

Oh, and Netflix also released a bunch of Top 10 lists, but
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‘The Disaster Artist’ Review: From Trash To Treasure

I'm not one of those people who love Tommy Wiseau's The Room. It's an awful movie, that was made in all seriousness, and it's terribleness is why it is so popular. This turd of a film has gained a cult following, but it's hard to watch sober, as absolutely nothing works and it's so bad, it very quickly becomes annoying. The one saving grace from The Room is that it inspired James Franco to make a film, aptly named The Disaster Artist, about the process and behind-the-scenes drama surrounding Wiseau and his cast and crew, including his friend, Greg Sestero, who wrote a book from which the film is based.

The Disaster Artist stars James Franco as Tommy Wiseau, a mysterious man with a strange accent and a sketchy backstory that nearly everyone questions. He's also wealthy, we think. No one knows for sure. When Wiseau meets Greg Sestero
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Official Oscar® Entry from Spain ‘Summer 1993’

Official Oscar® Entry from Spain ‘Summer 1993’
Summer 1993 — Catalonia, Spain

So cathartic was Summer 1993 that my personal psyche will be marked by it forever. Why this story, about a six year old girl who quietly and slowly comes to terms with the death of her mother and how the process, invisible to anyone watching, culminates in a sudden crescendo of emotion moved me to tears, is what you must find out on your own.

No one knows the emotions of another person unless communication, self-knowledge and compassion work in favor of knowing. Yes tears and laughter mean a lot but without tears and laughter, there are thousands of feelings not communicated which result in actions whose meaning is unknown. And for children who have no words for their feelings or why they act as they do, adults can only surmise and intuit if they are able.

A child of six has no way of knowing death; children are fearless,
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'I will not act in...', Sivakarthikeyan's breaking statement

Sivakarthikeyan's speech at Velaikkaran audio launch was one of the major highlights of the event, where he made a breaking statement that he will no more act in advertisements.

 

Sivakarthikeyan stated, "For the first time in my career, I went to a director and asked for an opportunity and said we would do a film together. It was due to the impact that Thani Oruvan gave me. Everyone seems to make fun of Raja sir for doing remakes, but not many know that remakes are the biggest challenge. No one knows the toughness. I rejected nearly 10 remake...

L.A. Weekly Slashes Staff, Laying Off Film Critic April Wolfe and Others

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L.A. Weekly Slashes Staff, Laying Off Film Critic April Wolfe and Others
Nearly 70 percent of L.A. Weekly’s editorial staff — including film critic April Wolfe — was laid off on November 29, the day the beloved alternative newspaper was officially purchased by Semanal Media. The Los Angeles Times reported nine members from the 13-person editorial team were dismissed, among them all top editors (even editor-in-chief Mara Shalhoup); publisher Matt Cooperstein was also terminated. On Twitter, Shalhoup likened the layoff to a “Game of Thrones” bloodbath.

We were expecting there to be some pain with the sale of @LAWeekly. But we weren’t expecting the Red Wedding. That’s how deep the cuts are. 1/

— Mara Shalhoup (@mshalhoup) November 29, 2017

The impending sale was confirmed on October 18 by the La Times, which dubbed the now-owner “a mysterious new company” in its headline. Semanal Media was formed explicitly to buy L.A. Weekly from dwindling Voice Media, the publishing entity that has unloaded S.F. Weekly, O.
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Matt Lauer Accuser's Lawyer Says He's 'in Awe' of Her Courage, 'Encouraged' by NBC's Response

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A lawyer representing the woman accusing Matt Lauer of “inappropriate sexual behavior” has spoken out.

In a statement provided to the New York Times, Ari Wilkenfeld, a civil rights lawyer with the firm Wilkenfeld, Herendeen & Atkinson in Washington, confirmed he represents the woman who made the complaint to NBC, but declined to publicly identify her.

It was announced Wednesday that Lauer, 59, had been terminated by NBC News after the network received on Monday night a “detailed complaint from a colleague about inappropriate sexual behavior,” with reason to believe “this may not have been an isolated incident.”

“My client and I
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Today Team Did Not See Matt Lauer's Firing Coming: 'It's Like a Death in the Family,' Source Says

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Today Team Did Not See Matt Lauer's Firing Coming: 'It's Like a Death in the Family,' Source Says
The Today Show team was just as shocked as the rest of the world by news that Matt Lauer had been fired from the network due to alleged “inappropriate sexual behavior.”

“It’s like a death in the family. Everybody is crying,” a show source tells People. “No one knows what the f— happened. It came out of nowhere.”

Savannah Guthrie and Hoda Kotb broke the news Wednesday morning, opening the show with a statement from NBC News chairman Andrew Lack. Lack said that officials received a “detailed complaint” from a colleague accusing Lauer of inappropriate sexual behavior.

Matt Lauer
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Jennifer Lawrence And Adam Sandler Discuss Why They Don't Read Their Film Reviews

It's always hard to read other people's opinions of your work. No one knows that better than actors although you may not actually fully understand just how much until you hear Jennifer Lawrence and Adam Sandler talk about reviews of their films. 

For Lawrence, her most recent film was particularly interesting because she says she wasn't able to let her film go (Mother!) after it was released due to her relationship with director Darren Aronofsky, so it was a little torturous for her this time around than in past films. 

Sandler, whose been making movies way longer with far less stellar reviews, said he stopped reading his reviews after Billy Madison. That's kind of a shame because he's made some very solid films in that time, but he's also made some really critically panned films so I can't say that I blame him. Check out the two discuss the process
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Miley Cyrus Goes Glam on The Voice While Teasing People's Sexiest Man Alive Blake Shelton

Miley Cyrus Goes Glam on The Voice While Teasing People's Sexiest Man Alive Blake Shelton
Blake Shelton may be People’s Sexiest Man Alive, but his fellow Voice coach Miley Cyrus was the one turning heads on Monday night.

The former Disney Channel star went glam for the Top 12 live show of the NBC singing competition, wearing a vintage Bob Mackie strapless fitted ankle-length black gown with gold sequin embellishments that sparkled for the cameras.

Posing in The Voice‘s iconic red chair, Cyrus, 24, was all smiles. She accessorized her look with a matching gold clutch and dazzling jewlrey — including a diamond necklace, diamond and black stone drop earrings, a matching diamond and black stone
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#NationalCandyCornDay Has Twitter Divided Like: ‘Candy Corn Isn’t Gross – You Are’

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#NationalCandyCornDay Has Twitter Divided Like: ‘Candy Corn Isn’t Gross – You Are’
No one knows what candy corn is made of, and no one wants to know what candy corn is made of. Love the sugary treat or hate it, today is #NationalCandyCornDay, and that’s got Twitter all riled up and divided. “Candy corn isn’t gross — you are,” one staunch defender on a clear sugar-high wrote Monday. “Candy Corn: 0% Candy 0% Corn 100% Disappointment,” the freaking Iowa State University Police Department countered on the same social media platform. Read more reactions to the tricolored traffic cone-looking snack below. And regardless of where you fall on these things, don’t eat loose candy tomorrow,
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Liam Gallagher on the Hard Road to His Hard Rocking Comeback: 'Being a Liam Gallagher Fan Must Be F—ing Hard Work'

Liam Gallagher on the Hard Road to His Hard Rocking Comeback: 'Being a Liam Gallagher Fan Must Be F—ing Hard Work'
William John Paul “Liam” Gallagher. Even his name sounds like a supergroup—some kind of Frankenstein’s amalgam that fuses a continuum of British rock, glass-shattering volume, and a semi-lethal Twitter account. Lord knows he’s packed an entire band’s worth of swagger into one man. Onstage at New York City’s McKittrick Hotel last July for his first American performance as a solo artist, he assumes his trademark position, arms clasped behind his parka-covered torso, crouched in a perpetual stare-down with an audience. He’s flanked by a banner that spells out not his name, but might as well be: “Rock ‘N’ Roll.
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Colbert Tries to Figure Out What George W Bush Said to Obama at Disaster Relief Concert (Video)

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Colbert Tries to Figure Out What George W Bush Said to Obama at Disaster Relief Concert (Video)
No one knows what George W. Bush whispered to Barack Obama that caused him to break out into laughter while Bill Clinton delivered a speech on Saturday at the One America Appeal Concert to raise money for hurricane relief. But Stephen Colbert used the top of tonight’s episode of “The Late Show” to try and figure it out. Well, and also to beg all five surviving former presidents to save the country (presumably from Trump). Also Read: 'Morning Joe' Blasts Trump on Puerto Rico Response: 'National Disgrace' (Video) “It’s nice, it’s really nice that they could all be there together,
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'The Punisher': Everything You Need to Know About Marvel's Vigilante Antihero

'The Punisher': Everything You Need to Know About Marvel's Vigilante Antihero
Black clothes. White skull. Smoking guns. These are the gloriously simple ingredients behind the Punisher, the no-holds-barred antihero who'll soon be starring in one of the fall's most anticipated series. As played by The Walking Dead's Jon Bernthal during the second season of Netflix's Daredevil, the gun-toting vigilante stole every scene he was in, making the network's relentless campaign of teases and trailers damn near irresistible. But like every major superhero, he's taken a long strange trip from his comic-book origins to his modern-day multimedia superstardom. Below, you'll find
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Ben Affleck Says ‘Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice’ Criticisms Were “Fair”

No one knows better than Ben Affleck that the reaction to last year’s “Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice” wasn’t great. We don’t need to rehash the countless ways in which Zack Snyder‘s superhero showdown missed the mark, but the actor himself became the poster boy for WB and DC’s failings with the Sad Affleck meme, which over a year later, is still hilarious.

From the film’s overly grim tone, to the ridiculous plotting that included jars of urine, and Moms named Martha, ‘Dawn Of Justice’ took it on the chin and then some.

Continue reading Ben Affleck Says ‘Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice’ Criticisms Were “Fair” at The Playlist.
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Piers Morgan Slammed for Mariah Carey Interview About Las Vegas Massacre

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2017-10-02T11:38:49-07:00Piers Morgan Slammed for Mariah Carey Interview About Las Vegas Massacre

No one knows how to offend people like Piers Morgan, and he was at it again in the wake of Sunday night's shooting in Las Vegas, which killed dozens and injured hundreds. Morgan, who has appeared on Donald Trump's Celebrity Apprentice and the failed Piers Morgan Live on CNN, chose, inexplicably, to speak to singer Mariah Carey about the incident on a Good Morning Britain segment. The misplaced and awkward interview was panned by viewers, who thought it inappropriate, tasteless and insensitive.

Via People.

Mariah Carey‘s scheduled interview to promote her UK Christmas tour on Good Morning Britain turned into what viewers called an “irrelevant and inappropriate” segment in the wake of a gunman opening fire on a Las Vegas concert, killing at least 50 people and injuring at least 400 in
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John Carpenter Is Heavily Involved In Halloween Sequel

Not all horror films need some supernatural or paranormal element to them. In fact, some of the genre’s best efforts have been the most simple ones, with a grounded threat that feels real and believable. For many, that’s the scariest thing and it’s what made some of the classics from the 70s and 80s into the iconic films that they are today. Sometimes, all you really need is a psycho with a blade just killing people for no apparent reason.

No one knows that better than John Carpenter, who struck gold with Halloween, one of the greatest horror movies of all-time. It needs no introduction at this point, and as fans will know, Danny McBride and David Gordon Green are getting ready to put their own spin on the classic. But just how involved will Carpenter be? Will the legendary filmmaker have much input on the project,
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Olivia Munn on ‘The Lego Ninjago Movie’ & Returning for ‘X-Men: Dark Phoenix’

No one knows the evil warlord Garmadon (voiced by Justin Theroux), aka The Worst Guy Ever, better than his ex-wife, Koko (voiced by Olivia Munn), and when it comes to their son Lloyd (voiced by Dave Franco), the eternally optimistic mother just wants to help him survive adolescence. But in The Lego Ninjago Movie, being a high school teenager isn’t easy for Lloyd because everyone knows that his father won’t stop until he’s achieved world domination, which can make friendships tough to keep and teenage life insurmountable. While at the Legoland California Resort for the film’…
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Outlander Review: Unavoidable Misery, A Pivotal Friendship, and [Spoiler’s] Tragic Death

The notion that if you don’t speak of the thing which pains you, it won’t hurt as badly, is a blatant lie. No one knows this better than Claire and Jamie Fraser. Outlander is now moving more quickly through the star-crossed lovers’s years apart. As time rolls by, they both move past the point of just surviving by being proactive with their lives. Claire finds satisfaction in her accomplishments, but the Randall’s marriage is anything but an achievement. Meanwhile, Jamie finds his mission in helping his remaining clansmen–one very special fan-favorite in particular. Purpose to live becomes reason to want to

Outlander Review: Unavoidable Misery, A Pivotal Friendship, and [Spoiler’s] Tragic Death
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‘Maximum Security’ DVD Review

Stars: Dolph Lundgren, Corbin Bernsen, Louis Mandylor, Jocelyn Osorio, Isaac C. Singleton Jr., Eddie J. Fernandez, David Fernandez Jr., Luis Gatica, Steven Dell, Mauricio Mendoza, Geoffrey Ross | Written by Benjamin Budd, Scott Windhauser | Directed by R. Ellis Frazier

Jack (Lundgren) is a former CIA contractor who now oversees a team of elite thieves. One night in a small Mexican town, they flawlessly execute an intricate heist. On the way to a lucrative payout the Mexican authorities suddenly apprehend them. When the authorities bring them in, Jack finds himself face-to-face with Agent Price (Bernsen), his former CIA handler. Agent Price informs Jack that he s being sent to La Muerte, a high-tech, impenetrable fortress. La Muerte operates as a black site for high profile detainees from Mexico’s war against the Cartels. No one knows where it is…or that it even exists, and those who enter do not leave the facility alive.
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Exclusive: Larry Birkhead Shares Intimate Thoughts From Anna Nicole Smith's Private Diary

Larry Birkhead is sharing some of Anna Nicole Smith's most intimate secrets.

In an exclusive sit-down interview at his home in Kentucky with Et's Kevin Frazier, the 44-year-old shares memories from his relationship with the late model and actress, what it's like raising their 11-year-old daughter, Dannielynn, on his own and why he thinks people are still so fascinated with his former partner.

Frazier kicks off the interview by explaining to Birkhead that he first met him in Los Angeles the night of Smith's infamous slurred speech onstage at the 2004 American Music Awards.

"As bad as that seemed and people were making fun of her, behind the scenes, her phone was ringing off the hook," Birkhead recalls. "People were dropping off scripts, people were wanting interviews and I mean, unfortunately, that's the way it goes, people were talking about her."

More: Larry Birkhead: Dannielynn Gets Modeling Offers 'All The Time'

While Smith was no stranger
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