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American Psycho Director Impregnates Anna Sophia Robb’s Emma

American Psycho director Mary Harron is back and this time she will be directing and co-executive producing a new Quibi horror series called Emma starring Anna Sophia Robb (Soul Surfer). The show centers on the dark journey of a young woman down on her luck and pregnant under mysterious circumstances. She must deal with the […]

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Movies New to Netflix in March: ‘A Clockwork Orange,’ ‘Wet Hot American Summer’

Movies New to Netflix in March: ‘A Clockwork Orange,’ ‘Wet Hot American Summer’
By March 1, the Oscars will be over, and we can finally stop pulling our hair over the fact that Rami Malek’s dentures beat out Ethan Hawke’s bottle of drain cleaner. When that day comes, Netflix will be able to offer an eclectic mix of reliably quality fare to cleanse our palates of what will surely go down in history as one of the oddest Oscar seasons ever. The streaming giant could also very well have earned its first Best Picture statue by then, but its users won’t be able to hear the champagne bottles popping over the hum of their preferred watching device.

Damien Chazelle’s finely crafted Neil Armstrong biopic “First Man” may have been snubbed in almost every major category, but audiences looking to revisit the original space tearjerker can countdown with “Apollo 13,” which hits Netflix at the beginning of the month. ’90s babies
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Gwyneth Paltrow Talks About Her Biggest Fights With Harvey Weinstein

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Gwyneth Paltrow Talks About Her Biggest Fights With Harvey Weinstein
In this week’s Variety cover story, Gwyneth Paltrow looks back on the 20th anniversary of winning the best actress Oscar for “Shakespeare in Love.” The movie still holds up today, although there’s an ominous figure lurking in the credits. The romantic comedy was produced by Harvey Weinstein, and Paltrow spoke about working for the volcanic producer and Miramax boss.

“He was a bully,” Paltrow said. “I never had a problem standing up to him. I wasn’t scared of him. I also felt for a period of time, I was the consumer face of Miramax, and I felt it was my duty to push back against him. We had a lot of fights.”

For example, Weinstein refused to pay Paltrow her back-end compensation tied to the box office performance of 1996’s “Emma.” She pushed him until she received that money. “I got him to pay me something. I
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Michael Howells Dies: Production Designer & Fashion Show Veteran Was 61

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Michael Howells Dies: Production Designer & Fashion Show Veteran Was 61
Michael Howells, a production designer for TV, film and theater who also worked on fashion shows for the likes of Alexander McQueen and John Galliano, died Thursday. He was 61.

Born in 1957 in Staffordshire, England, Howells began his showbiz career as an assistant art director on The Cook, the Thief, His Wife & Her Lover (1989) and soon became a busy production designer. He served in that capacity on more than two dozen films and TV shows including Princess Caraboo (1994), Emma (1995), FairyTale: A True Story (1997) and Ever After: A Cinderella Story (1997).

During the 2000s, he was production designer on such features as Nanny McPhee (2005) and Death at a Funeral (2007) before segueing to British TV for 2014 miniseries The Game, 2016 telepic Churchill’s Secret and most recently the ITV period drama Victoria, which aired on PBS stateside. Howells won a British Film Designers Award for Victoria in 2016 and was nominated again last year. His work
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Rob Reiner: His best films to date

For about 35 years now, Rob Reiner has been a director. For the first decade and a half, he was among the best in the business. Recently? Not so much. That being said, we’re focusing on the good today. Since he’s releasing a new film in the next few days, it feels apt to look at his best work. So, that’s what I’m doing. A full ranking of all of his movies is on the way, with special attention paid to his top features. I would argue that half of his output is good to very good, with five or six legitimately great works on his resume. This week, Reiner puts out his 20th feature, this time another political offering. It’s Shock and Awe, his treatise on the lies of the Bush Administration, namely in terms of going to war with Iraq. As per IMDb:
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‘Ring of Honor’ Wrestling Review (June 3rd 2018)

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Welcome back to the weekly Ring of Honor television review on Nerdly. I’m Nathan Favel and we have a two match show tonight, with a major main event that could have some significant effects on the on the fortunes of more than one wrestling league. Without further ado, let’s get to the action!

Match #1: Karen Q vs. Tenille Dashwood – Women of Honor Match

At the sound of the opening bell, Karen Q and Tenille Dashwood, formerly the WWE’s “Emma”, engaged in a series of arm drags and wrist locks. Q began jaw-jacking to Td, pissing all over Td’s career. It’s nice to know who the heel actually is before the match ends and Q makes sure we get the message. In a flash, we get an excellent sequence of waist locks being countered, almost like clock-work. If memory serves, Td goes for a head-scissors,
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