• Meghan Markle makes her narrating debut, plus more of what to watch on Disney+ for Earth Month
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    Meghan Markle makes her narrating debut, plus more of what to watch on Disney+ for Earth Month

    Bring the outside in with these top nature flicks.

  • Meghan Markle's first post-royal job will be in a Disney+ film
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    Meghan Markle's first post-royal job will be in a Disney+ film

    The Duchess of Sussex's first job after royal life has been confirmed.

  • 10 movies and series you didn't realize you could watch on Disney+
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    10 movies and series you didn't realize you could watch on Disney+

    Get the popcorn ready.

  • New 'Star Wars' Clip Shows The Jedi Who Spoke To Rey In That Critical Scene
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    New 'Star Wars' Clip Shows The Jedi Who Spoke To Rey In That Critical Scene

    "Be with me," she called out. Here's who answered.

  • Reese Witherspoon says ‘bad things’ happened to her as a child actress
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    Reese Witherspoon says ‘bad things’ happened to her as a child actress

    Witherspoon told Vanity Fair that there was no platform for her to speak out about the incidents at the time.

  • Celebrate St. Patrick's Day with these 10 Irish movies available to stream
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    Celebrate St. Patrick's Day with these 10 Irish movies available to stream

    Bring the luck of the Irish home.

  • Attention, parents! Disney+ just released Frozen II in Canada — three months early
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    Attention, parents! Disney+ just released Frozen II in Canada — three months early

    INTOOOO THE UNKNOOWWWNNN!

  • ‘Cats’ Wins Razzie Award for Worst Picture, John Travolta Wins Worst Actor
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    ‘Cats’ Wins Razzie Award for Worst Picture, John Travolta Wins Worst Actor

    “Cats” won the “honor” of the Worst Picture prize of 2019 from the Razzies, and John Travolta and Hilary Duff were deemed to have given the worst performances of the year.The Universal musical film “Cats” also picked up Razzies for Rebel Wilson for Worst Supporting Actress, James Corden for Worst Supporting Actor, Worst Director Tom Hooper and Worst Screenplay for Hooper and Lee Hall. The film also won for Worst Screen Combo for what the awards cattily described as “any two half-feline/half-human hairballs” from the film.Travolta won for both his work in “The Fanatic” and “Trading Paint,” and Duff won for her film “The Haunting of Sharon Tate,” in which she played the iconic ’60s starlet in a horror film.Also Read: Judi Dench Hasn't Seen 'Cats' - But She's Amused by Her Razzie Nom for Worst Supporting ActressSylvester Stallone’s (hopefully) final turn as Rambo in “Rambo: Last Blood” also picked up a pair of prizes for Worst Remake, Rip-Off or Sequel and Worst Reckless Disregard for Human Life and Public Property.Eddie Murphy was snubbed at the Oscars themselves for his work in “Dolemite Is My Name,” but he beat out Adam Sandler for the Razzies’ Redeemer Award, which recognizes strong performances from past honorees of the Razzies.The 40th edition of the Razzie Awards was meant to be broadcast last Saturday, but the presentation was canceled due to the coronavirus outbreak. Not only that, the awards generally take place the day before the Oscars but were delayed because the Academy Awards moved to early February for their earliest date on the awards calendar ever.The Razzies released a video announcing the winners, which you can see above. And the full list of Razzie Awards is below:WORST PICTURE“Cats”WORST ACTORJohn Travolta / “The Fanatic” & “Trading Paint”WORST ACTRESSHilary Duff / “The Haunting of Sharon Tate”WORST SUPPORTING ACTRESSRebel Wilson / “Cats”WORST SUPPORTING ACTORJames Corden / “Cats”WORST SCREEN COMBOAny Two Half-Feline/Half-Human Hairballs / “Cats”WORST SCREENPLAY“Cats” / Screenplay by Lee Hall and Tom HooperWORST DIRECTORTom Hooper / “Cats”WORST REMAKE, RIP-OFF or SEQUEL“Rambo: Last Blood”WORST RECKLESS DISREGARD for HUMAN LIFE and PUBLIC PROPERTY“Rambo: Last Blood”RAZZIE® REDEEMER AWARDEddie Murphy / “Dolemite Is My Name”Read original story ‘Cats’ Wins Razzie Award for Worst Picture, John Travolta Wins Worst Actor At TheWrap

  • Daniel Craig Churns Out Wild, Goofy Twist On 'No Time To Die' On 'SNL'
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    Daniel Craig Churns Out Wild, Goofy Twist On 'No Time To Die' On 'SNL'

    Spoof scene has 007 going bonkers at a casino.

  • First look at The Batman’s new suit as filming begins in Glasgow
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    First look at The Batman’s new suit as filming begins in Glasgow

    The production comes to the city for the film being released next year, with road closures in place until Sunday.

  • Lynn Cohen, ‘Sex and the City’ Actress and Veteran Broadway Performer, Dies at 86
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    Lynn Cohen, ‘Sex and the City’ Actress and Veteran Broadway Performer, Dies at 86

    Lynn Cohen, the veteran Broadway actress also known to millions for her role as Magda on the HBO series “Sex and the City” and its subsequent movies, died Friday, her representative told TheWrap. She was 86.Born in Kansas City, Missouri, in 1933, Cohen had a wide-ranging career with dozens of credits in film and television and the stage. Among her most well known roles, she portrayed Golda Meir in Steven Spielberg’s “Munich,” Mags in “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire,” and also appeared in the films “Across the Universe,” “Eagle Eye,” the 2014 comedy “They Came Together,” and Charlie Kauffman’s “Synecdoche, New York,” among many others.Her numerous television credits include appearances on “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel,” “Nurse Jackie,” “God Friended Me,” “Master of None,” Law & Order: Special Victims Unit,” “The Affair” and “Chicago Med.”Also Read: Kevin Conway, 'Gettysburg' and 'Thirteen Days' Actor, Dies at 77On Broadway, she appeared in a 1989 revival of “Orpheus Descending” and 1997’s”Ivanov,” and was an integral part of New York’s theater community. During her career she was honored with Lucille Lortel and Drama League Award nominations, and received the New Dramatists’ Bowden Award, Fox Fellow, Lilly Award and the Richard Seff Award from Actor’s Equity Association.She also performed as a voice actor, most notably in the hit video game “Red Dead Redemption.”Read original story Lynn Cohen, ‘Sex and the City’ Actress and Veteran Broadway Performer, Dies at 86 At TheWrap

  • ‘The Batman': First Look at Robert Pattinson as The Dark Knight (Video)
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    ‘The Batman': First Look at Robert Pattinson as The Dark Knight (Video)

    Warner Bros has revealed the first look of Robert Pattinson as the Dark Knight in the upcoming film “The Batman” from Matt Reeves.Check out the video above of Pattinson’s camera test, released Thursday by WB.Production is currently underway in the United Kingdom.The cast includes Zoe Kravitz as Selina Kyle, a.k.a. Catwoman, Paul Dano as Edward Nashton, also known as the Riddler and John Turturro is playing Carmine Falcone. TheWrap previously reported that Andy Serkis is in talks to play Alfred Pennyworth and that Colin Farrell is in talks to star as The Penguin. Jeffrey Wright is playing Commissioner Gordon, Peter Saarsgard is playing the role of Wasserman, while Jayme Lawson is set to star as well.Also Read: Peter Sarsgaard Joins Robert Pattinson, Zoe Kravitz in Matt Reeves' 'The Batman'Reeves has described his film as a “defining” and “very personal” story about the Dark Knight, rather than an origin story in the vein of Frank Miller’s beloved “Year One” series. According to insiders with knowledge of the project, Reeves’ film will explore Bruce Wayne’s second year as the Dark Knight detective.“The Batman” will be released on June 25, 2021.Read original story ‘The Batman': First Look at Robert Pattinson as The Dark Knight (Video) At TheWrap

  • 'The Breakfast Club' turns 35: Take this quiz to see how much you remember about the '80s classic
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    'The Breakfast Club' turns 35: Take this quiz to see how much you remember about the '80s classic

    Revisit Bender, Andy, Allison, Claire and Brian just in time for the John Hughes film's 35th anniversary.

  • Ewan McGregor says he moved from London to LA to avoid people asking for 'soulless' selfies
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    Ewan McGregor says he moved from London to LA to avoid people asking for 'soulless' selfies

    The 'Birds of Prey' actor liked it better a few years ago when people would approach him to discuss his work.

  • Judy Blume reveals which of her iconic books will get the Hollywood treatment: 'I was ready to let go'
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    Judy Blume reveals which of her iconic books will get the Hollywood treatment: 'I was ready to let go'

    Judy Blume reveals which of her books will turn into a film, and what's next in her career on the 2020 Makers Conference stage.

  • Oscars 2020: Keanu Reeves, Charlize Theron, And More Celebs Bring Their Moms As Their Dates
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    Oscars 2020: Keanu Reeves, Charlize Theron, And More Celebs Bring Their Moms As Their Dates

    … although some confused Reeves’ mom for his girlfriend.

  • Banned, snubbed, and saved by Colin Firth – my life in Oscars parties
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    Banned, snubbed, and saved by Colin Firth – my life in Oscars parties

    Banned, snubbed, and saved by Colin Firth – my life in Oscars parties. The 2020 Academy Awards will be my seventh. I’ve yet to win one but I’ve brought home some great stories

  • Stars who lost their Oscars
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    Stars who lost their Oscars

    Some were careless, while others simply weren't all that worried about hanging on to the award.

  • The Crown season 4: Everything you need to know
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    The Crown season 4: Everything you need to know

    The original Succession.

  • Golden Globes 2020: Here's All The Red Carpet Fashion
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    Golden Globes 2020: Here's All The Red Carpet Fashion

    So many big sleeves!

  • 'Star Wars: Rise Of Skywalker' Writer Explains Why Kelly Marie Tran Lost So Much Screen Time
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    'Star Wars: Rise Of Skywalker' Writer Explains Why Kelly Marie Tran Lost So Much Screen Time

    Fans were upset that the Asian-American actor, who faced an onslaught of hatred after her first "Star Wars" film, barely featured in the new movie.

  • ‘Star Wars: Rise of Skywalker’ Pulls In $135 Million During Extended Box Office Weekend
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    ‘Star Wars: Rise of Skywalker’ Pulls In $135 Million During Extended Box Office Weekend

    Lucasfilm’s “Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker” is completing the extended Christmas box office period with an estimated 5-day total of $135 million, bringing its 10-day domestic total to $361.8 million.After the Skywalker Saga finale earned $32 million on Christmas Day, some industry estimates were projecting that J.J. Abrams’ film could pull ahead of the domestic pace of its predecessor, “Star Wars: The Last Jedi,” despite having a significantly lower opening weekend. But as the weekend progressed, those estimates were quickly dialed down. “Last Jedi” had a 10-day total of $368 million, and that was before a Christmas Day surge that saw the film’s domestic total rise to $464 million after a full two weeks in theaters.Still, “Rise of Skywalker” took in $72 million for its Friday-to-Sunday second weekend, a 59% drop from its $177 million opening that is consistent with other blockbusters that have opened at that level. Globally, the film now has a total of $725 million with domestic market share still nearly even with an overseas total of $363 million.Also Read: Billie Lourd Pays Tribute to Mom Carrie Fisher on 3-Year Anniversary of Her Death (Video)Taking second is Sony’s “Jumanji: The Next Level,” which is proving to be a strong alternative to “Star Wars” as its distributor had hoped. With a $35.3 million 3-day/$59 million 5-day weekend, the “Jumanji” sequel now has a domestic total of $175 million.Adding to Sony’s big Christmas is the success of Columbia/Regency’s “Little Women,” which opened on Christmas Day on 3,308 screens and took the No. 4 spot on the charts with a $29 million 5-day opening. That beats industry projections for an opening in the low $20 million range and puts Greta Gerwig’s likely Best Picture Oscar contender in strong position to leg out to a domestic total of over $100 million. Word of mouth has been incredibly strong with an A- on CinemaScore and critics and audiences scores on Rotten Tomatoes of over 90%.Also opening this weekend and taking the No. 5 spot is Disney/Fox’s “Spies in Disguise,” which came in slightly below industry projections with a $22 million 5-day opening from 3,502 screens and a $38 million global opening. Reception has been strong for the Blue Sky/Chernin-produced animated film with an A- on CinemaScore and 72% Rotten Tomatoes critics score.Also Read: 'Spies in Disguise' Film Review: Will Smith and Tom Holland Do Espionage in Run-of-the-Mill Animated AdventureHowever, “Spies” is facing competition for families from “Jumanji” and the still surging “Frozen II,” which took in $26 million over the 5-day period to take third on the box office charts. “Frozen II” has now passed the domestic run of the original “Frozen” with $421 million and is $57 million away from passing the global total with $1.21 billion grossed after six weekends.The final big Christmas release of the weekend was “Uncut Gems,” which is setting new records for distributor A24. After providing their studio with a record $105,000 per screen average in its limited opening, the Safdie Brothers crime thriller has earned an $18.8 million 5-day wide opening from 2,348 screens. The film has a total of $20 million and is now expected to become A24’s highest ever domestic grosser, passing the $48.9 million earned by “Lady Bird” in 2017.Among holdovers, Lionsgate had some mixed results with their two current releases, “Knives Out” and “Bombshell.” “Knives Out” is showing strong legs in its fifth weekend, earning $16.6 million over the extended weekend to bring its total to $110 million. “Knives Out” now joins “John Wick: Chapter 3” as Lionsgate’s second $100 million-plus release in 2019 after not having any for the entirety of 2018. The Rian Johnson mystery has also crossed $200 million worldwide thanks to strong performance in China ($27.9 million) and the U.K. ($13.7 million).Also Read: 'Knives Out' Director Rian Johnson and Stars on Chris Evans' Viral 'Eat S-' Moment| Video“Bombshell,” meanwhile, is having a rougher time this weekend thanks mainly to stronger than expected competition from “Little Women” for female moviegoers. The film took in $8.4 million over the 5-day weekend, giving the $32 million production a domestic total of $15.6 million after two weekends. The film still has a chance to leg out in January, especially if stars Charlize Theron and Margot Robbie earn victories at the Golden Globes and help fuel interest.But that’s nothing compared to the struggles facing Universal’s “Cats,” which was removed from the studio’s FYC page earlier this weekend and is set to bomb with $17.8 million domestic and $38.2 million worldwide after two weekends against a $95 million budget before marketing costs.Read original story ‘Star Wars: Rise of Skywalker’ Pulls In $135 Million During Extended Box Office Weekend At TheWrap

  • What's Coming And Going From Netflix In January 2020
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    What's Coming And Going From Netflix In January 2020

    January is a time to start afresh, to develop and work on good habits and healthy living. Here’s what coming and going from Netflix Canada in January 2020 — and as you enjoy, remember that the month will, eventually, end.

  • Veteran actor Ron Leibman dies aged 82
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    Veteran actor Ron Leibman dies aged 82

    Friends fans will remember him as Rachel's dad Doctor Green on the hit sitcom

  • All The Movies Coming To Netflix This Week (Dec. 1-7)
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    All The Movies Coming To Netflix This Week (Dec. 1-7)

    A potential Oscar winner joins the service.