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‘The Innocence Files’ Trailer: Watch an Organization Fight to Overturn Wrongful Convictions

Being locked up for something you didn’t do is one of the most terrifying things imaginable, but it’s a harsh reality for untold numbers of people in this country thanks to systemic problems in our justice system. Now a new Netflix documentary series called The Innocence Files wants to put a spotlight on those injustices. The series, which is directed by people like Alex Gibney (Going Clear), Liz Garbus (Lost Girls), Roger Ross Williams (Life, Animated), and other high-profile documentarians, f...
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Surprise! New Episode of ‘Tiger King’ Coming to Netflix This Week for All You Cool Cats and Kittens

The new Netflix documentary miniseries Tiger King has taken the population by storm. People can’t stop talking about the man known as Joe Exotic, his zoo full of tigers and lions, and his life full of some of the most incredible, unbelievably real characters you’ll ever meet. But even though Joe Exotic is sitting in jail right now, the saga of the Tiger King isn’t over. Reportedly there is a new Tiger King episode coming to Netflix this week. Variety called our attention to this update on Twi...
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The Quarantine Stream: Now is the Time to Join ‘Cobra Kai’, the Best Show You’re Not Watching

(Welcome to The Quarantine Stream, a new series where the /Film team shares what they’ve been watching while social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic.) The Series: Cobra Kai Where You Can Stream It: YouTube Premium The Pitch: Decades after their 1984 All Valley Karate Tournament bout, a middle-aged Daniel LaRusso and Johnny Lawrence find themselves martial-arts rivals again. Why It’s Essential Quarantine Viewing: This is a show that, by all accounts, shouldn’t have been great. It’s produc...
Tags: Movies, Features, Netflix, Daniel, Cobra Kai, Larusso, Featured Stories Sidebar, Johnny Lawrence, Daniel Larusso, William Zabka, All Valley Karate Tournament, Lawerence, The Quarantine Stream

PrimeVsPrime Netflix SIEGE Battlefield Megatron Review

We have seen the images of the Netflix SIEGE Battlefield Megatron, now its time to see this figure in full review for all the intimate details on what is the fourth edition of this mold in the SIEGE series. Watch the video review by PrimeVsPrime to get the final word on this WalMart exclusive release.
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Here are 10 companies Amazon could buy to maintain its lead as the biggest cloud in the world, according to experts – including Oracle, Twilio, and Zoom (AMZN)

Amazon Web Services currently has the biggest market share in the cloud industry, but analysts say it could look for more ways to grow through an acquisition in markets like cybersecurity or artificial intelligence. AWS has become even more important to Amazon's overall business, as fears of a recession swirl, analysts say: The future of the online retail industry is unclear, but cloud demand is only increasing. Plus, the current turbulence on the stock market is pushing down public company va...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Microsoft, Trends, Cisco, SU, Netflix, Larry Ellison, Aws, Silicon Valley, Fireeye, Pentagon, Oracle, Amazon Web Services, Zoom, Newman

Boston’s Principal Ballerina In Canceled Carmen Says ‘It Feels Like The Stage Was Pulled Out From Under Us’

Lia Cirio: “For a few days I was really in wallowing mode, just watching Netflix and not being very active. But then my mom sent me a quote on Instagram that said ‘Victory comes from finding opportunities in problems,’ and that inspired me to do something to help me cope. … I created some shirts to sell, and the profits benefit the Greater Boston Food Bank and the Boston Artists Relief Fund that they just set up. The design is just something simple— [they say] ‘Art heals, wash your hands.'” – B...
Tags: Art, Boston, Dance, Netflix, Greater Boston Food Bank, 04.03.20, Lia Cirio, Boston Artists Relief Fund

New ‘Tiger King’ Episode On The Way, Jeff Lowe Reveals

For viewers who didn't get enough of the massively popular Netflix docuseries Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness, there's apparently a new episode on the way. Zoo owner Jeff Lowe, one of the personalities on the show, made the announcement in a video posted on Twitter Saturday by Justin Turner of the Los Angeles Dodgers. […]
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New ‘Tiger King’ Episode Coming to Netflix, Says Jeff Lowe

The “Tiger King” phenomenon is not over yet. Netflix is releasing an extra episode of the hit docu-series next week, according to zoo owner Jeff Lowe from the show. He revealed the details about a new episode in a Cameo video posted on Twitter by Justin Turner of the Los Angeles Dodgers. “Netflix is adding […]
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Original Content podcast: ‘The Platform’ offers a gruesome metaphor for capitalism

“The Platform” is not a subtle movie. That’s true of its approach to horror, with intense, bloody scenes that prompted plenty of screaming and pausing from your hosts at the Original Content podcast. It’s also true of its thematic material — right around the time one of the characters accuses another of being communist, you’ll slap yourself on the forehead and say, “Oh, it’s about capitalism.” The new Netflix film takes place in a mysterious prison, with two prisoners on each level (they’re r...
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TV Bits: ‘Money Heist’, Marie Kondo, ‘The Mandalorian’, ‘The Walking Dead’, and More

In this edition of TV Bits: Watch a teaser for Money Heist: Part 4. Netflix just announced new unscripted shows, including a new Marie Kondo series. Giancarlo Esposito broke a bunch of darksabers while filming The Mandalorian. Danai Gurira says goodbye to The Walking Dead. Family Guy characters have their own podcast now. Scott Z. Burns is making a musical series for AMC. NBC has pulled a New Amsterdam pandemic episode. Will and Grace series finale gets a date. The CW is delaying new episodes ...
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'Tiger King' star John Finlay says he wants Shia LaBeouf or Channing Tatum to play him in a movie

Joe Exotic's ex-husband, John Finlay, has his sights set on two of Hollywood's biggest stars should Netflix's "Tiger King" be turned into a feature film.
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The A.V. Club  

The A.V. Club  The best movies on Netflix   | Kotaku  What Are You Playing This Weekend?   | Lifehacker  How to Tolerate the People You're Quarantined With   | The Root  A Navy Captain Wrote a Letter Begging for Help With the Coronavirus Onboard His Ship. He Was Removed From Duty   | Deadspin    | Read more...
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This Week In Trailers: Autism: The Sequel, The Innocence Files, JJ Villard’s Fairy Tales, LA Originals, To The Stars

Trailers are an under-appreciated art form insofar that many times they’re seen as vehicles for showing footage, explaining films away, or showing their hand about what moviegoers can expect. Foreign, domestic, independent, big budget: What better way to hone your skills as a thoughtful moviegoer than by deconstructing these little pieces of advertising? This week we overcome being an ugly duckling, spend some more time with those with autism, have our third eye melted, look at some hip hop leg...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Netflix, This Week In Trailers, Punk, Cinderella, Movie Trailers, Oklahoma, Alex Gibney, Brothers Grimm, Liz Garbus, Rick, Martha Stephens, Innocence Network, Roger Ross Williams, Movie Marketing

10 movies about male strippers to quench your thirst during quarantine

Everyone’s been talking about Toy Boy, the new Spanish-language thriller series on Netflix that follows a group of sexy male dancers as they navigate through all sorts of personal drama, including relationships troubles and solving murders. Related: Netflix’s “Toy Boy” is all about male strippers showing off and solving murders The show has been a huge hit with audiences and Netflix has confirmed it will definitely be coming back for a second season, though it hasn’t said when we can expect Sea...
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‘Tiger King’ Joe Exotic Speaks from Prison: ‘I’m Done with the Carole Baskin Saga’

Joseph Maldonado-Passage, aka Joe Exotic, isn’t done with his on-camera attention just yet. The subject of Netflix’s true crime docuseries “Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness” has become an overnight celebrity since the show premiered last month. Based on the platform’s Top 10 most popular section, “Tiger King” has now reigned as the most watched […]
Tags: News, Netflix, Joe Exotic, Carole Baskin, Joseph Maldonado, Tiger King

Many Moviegoers Eager to Return to Movie Theaters, But Others Are More Hesitant Due to Coronavirus

Movie theaters across the United States are shut down as the coronavirus pandemic continues to spread across the country. Once we’re done battling this virus, some movie theaters may not be there to meet us on the other side. With an unclear window for when movie theaters will reopen, some of them simply can’t afford to be without a revenue stream for a few months. But the good news is, for those theaters who are able to survive, they’ll be met with open arms by moviegoers again. A new poll con...
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Why streaming horror may be just the thing to get you through the lockdown

As we’re all hunkering down to do our part to help flatten the curve and curb the spread of the novel coronavirus, many households are turning to streaming TV shows, movies and music for entertainment. Whether it’s getting lost in the feel-good romance and sparkling holiday lights via the back-to-back Christmas movies airing on The Hallmark Channel or laughing out loud while binging on classic sitcoms like “The Office,” “Friends” or “Parks and Recreation,” people are seeking comfort viewing. It ...
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How ‘Home Before Dark’ is Anonymous Content’s Bid to Put Social Impact Front and Center

Anonymous Content producer Joy Gorman Wettels was driving her daughter to school one morning in 2018 when she got word that the Season 2 premiere of “13 Reasons Why,” the Netflix series she executive produced, would have to be canceled, following a shooting at a high school in Santa Fe. Her daughter, then just a […]
Tags: News, Netflix, Santa Fe, Anonymous Content, Joy Gorman, Joy Gorman Wettels, Home Before Dark, Social Impact Front

‘Artemis Fowl’ is skipping theaters for Disney+

With movie theaters largely closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Disney is pushing back its slate of upcoming films. And at least one movie won’t be making it into theaters at all, with “Artemis Fowl” heading straight to streaming instead. The company announced today that that the film will debut exclusively on Disney+, and that the release date will be revealed soon. All of the Hollywood studios are scrambling to adapt to the theatrical closures. NBCUniversal broke the theatrical window by rele...
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CS Exclusive: Ed Helms’ 5 Favorite Cop Flicks

CS Exclusive: Ed Helms’ 5 Favorite Cop Flicks The day has arrived for the next Ed Helms (The Hangover Trilogy) comedy vehicle Coffee & Kareem, which is now available for streaming on Netflix! got the opportunity to chat 1:1 with the Office alum to discuss his five favorite cop flicks, and you can check out the star’s answers below! RELATED: CS Interview: Taraji P. Henson & Ed Helms On Coffee & Kareem In the raunchy, buddy-cop comedy Coffee & Kareem, twelve-year-old Kareem Ma...
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Adam Sandler Thanks Doctors and Nurses in a Catchy Quarantine Song

When he’s not getting snubbed for an Oscar, Adam Sandler can always be relied on to whip out a funny musical ditty that will lighten our moods during the most trying of times. And these are indeed trying times. During an appearance on Jimmy Fallon’s at-home edition of The Tonight Show, the actor and comedian debuted a quarantine song that paid tribute to the doctors and nurses on the frontlines of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, and asked us listeners to appreciate the hard work they do. A...
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Taraji P. Henson on How Coronavirus Affected ‘Empire’s’ Final Season and Promoting Mental Health During Quarantine

Until recently, Taraji P. Henson was concentrating on finishing up her time as Cookie Lyon on Fox’s “Empire,” but on March 14, production was halted due to the coronavirus pandemic. “We were almost finished,” Henson told Variety, via a video conference call to promote her Netflix film “Coffee & Kareem” on March 31. “We were […]
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Watch Chvrches Play “Forever” Together Over Videoconference

Chvrches released their last album, Love Is Dead, nearly two years ago. But "Forever," one of its songs, has just became a viral hit after a prominent sync in Netflix's fun, horny Spanish murder teen show Élite. Variety reports that when the show's third season, which features the song in a … More »
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Ryan Murphy on Netflix's 'Hollywood,' 'The Prom' and adjusting work and life in coronavirus era

Top producer Ryan Murphy explains the inspiration behind Netflix's 'Hollywood,' the status of 'The Prom' and adjusting to life in the coronavirus era.         [Author: USA TODAY]
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Laundry Alternatives for the Covid-19 Pandemic

Safe at home means not leaving your house for an unknown amount of time because of the Covid-19 pandemic. For people like me who’s everyday lifestyle is already self-sufficient and reminiscent of hermit life, not much has changed. For other’s, this stay-at-home order is a nightmare. If you are used to going to the laundromat to do your laundry, things are probably getting pretty stinky right about now! Laundry Alternatives Nothing is more fashionable than being “green”, especially ...
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Netflix Contributes $1 Million to Producers Guild of India Relief Fund

Streaming giant Netflix will donate $1 million to the Producers Guild of India (PGI) relief fund, the company announced Friday. Set up in March by the PGI, the fund will provide emergency short-term relief to thousands of daily wage earners in the Indian creative community, who are now out of work due to the closure […]
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CS Interview: Taraji P. Henson & Ed Helms On Coffee & Kareem

CS Interview: Taraji P. Henson & Ed Helms on Coffee & Kareem got the opportunity to chat with Oscar nominee and Golden Globe winner Taraji P. Henson (Empire) and The Hangover alum Ed Helms to discuss their latest film, the Netflix action comedy Coffee & Kareem, which is now available for streaming. Check out the interview below! RELATED: Netflix’s Coffee & Kareem Trailer Starring Ed Helms & Taraji P. Henson In the raunchy, buddy-cop comedy Coffee & Kareem, twelve-year-old Ka...
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Here’s What Wild Animal Experts Want You To Know About ‘Tiger King’

Scientists have some issues with Netflix's hit documentary on zookeeper Joe Exotic.
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The Essential Octavia Spencer

Academy Award-winner Octavia Spencer is taking the lead on the small screen, producing and starring in “Self Made: Inspired by the Life of Madam C.J. Walker.” In Netflix’s four-part limited series, Spencer plays the unlikely entrepreneur, a widow and single mother who became the world’s first female self-made millionaire. Here’s a glimpse at the life […]
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Who is in the cast of Money Heist season four?

Spanish smash hit Money Heist returns to Netflix for a fourth season on Friday, and seeing...
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