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Everything New to and Leaving Hulu in August, From ‘A Simple Favor’ to ‘Jawline’

  • The Wrap
The time has come for Hulu to release its list of everything coming and going in the month of August.

This will come in handy after the “Bachelorette” season finale in late July leaves us in desperate need of something else to watch.

In August, a new episode of Hulu’s horror anthology “Into The Dark” arrives, in which a group of social outcasts who are stuck in weekend detention are confronted by the school’s legendary hauntings.

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Other Hulu originals include: “The Amazing Johnathan Documentary,” in which a filmmaker profiles a dying magician on his final tour, but the lines between reality and magic begin to blur; Season 2 of “Find Me in Paris,” and “Jawline,” a Hulu original documentary that follows 16-year-old Austyn Tester, a rising star in the live-broadcast ecosystem
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What’s Coming to Hulu in August 2019

  • Variety
As fall approaches, Hulu is revamping its collection with a slew of new titles. Take a trip down memory lane with “The Brady Bunch Movie” and “The Color Purple” or complement your “Spider-Man: Far From Home” viewing with some nostalgia by watching “Spider-Man 3” with Tobey Maguire. Those with the HBO premium add-on will also be able to watch new series “A Black Lady Sketch Show” as it airs.

Additionally, Hulu subscribers can look forward to more original content next month. “Jawline,” a Hulu original documentary showcasing the lifestyles of aspiring social media influencers, will be released Aug. 23 and Season 2 of new fantasy series “Find Me in Paris” will be released Aug. 16.

See the full list below.

Aug. 1

A Very Brady Sequel

A Viking Saga: The Darkest Day

Alien vs. Predator

American Heart

Baby Boom

Big Fish

The Brady Bunch Movie

Bulletproof Monk

Cats & Dogs

Chinese Box

The Color Purple
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Amazon Prime Video schedule: Here’s what is coming and leaving in July 2019

Amazon Prime Video has confirmed that five original shows will be debuting new episodes on the streaming service in July including the fourth season of the docuseries “All or Nothing,” which chronicles the 2018 season for the Carolina Panthers led by star quarterback Cam Newton and the first season of “The Boy,” a superhero drama based on the comic book of the same name.

There will also be one new movie this month: Mike Leigh‘s acclaimed historical drama “Peterloo,” about the massacre of protesters by the British cavalry in 1819. Likewise, there will be plenty of films making their first appearances on Amazon Prime Video in July including five from the “Star Trek” franchise and several entries in the “Dumb and Dumber” series.

Below is the full schedule of everything that is coming to Amazon Prime Video in July 2019. Unlike Netflix, Amazon does not disclose the shows and movies leaving the service in any given month.
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What’s Coming to Amazon Prime in July 2019

  • Variety
The sun may be shining, but Amazon Prime subscribers probably won’t be coming outside, considering the wealth of titles coming to the streamer next month.

Viewers looking for a touch of nostalgia will be able to binge Peter Farrelly’s “Dumb and Dumber” starring a 14 year-old Jim Carrey or its 2014 sequel “Dumb and Dumber: When Harry Met Lloyd,” beginning July 31. All five of the “Star Trek” movies are also dropping the last day of the month in addition to older classics such as “Rosemary’s Baby” and “The Rainmaker.”

A variety of silver-screen favorites and Amazon Originals are also streaming well before the end of the month. Learn some history by watching “Peterloo,” which portrays the 1819 Peterloo Massacre in England after British forces charge through a peaceful pro-democracy rally, or catch the premiere of “The Boys,” which follows five vigilantes on a heroic quest to combat super-heroes using their powers for evil.
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What’s New on Amazon Prime Video in July

  • The Wrap
Amazon Prime Video has announced its new content offerings for July 2019, a list that includes five Amazon Original series and one Amazon Original movie. The service will also start streaming Epix’s new series “Pennyworth,” which takes a look at the early life of Batman’s famous butler Alfred, on July 28.

In terms of original series, “Kung Fu Panda: The Paws of Destiny” returns for Season 1B on July 5. Season 2 of “Comicstaan” airs July 12, while Season 4 of “All or Nothing” premieres July 19. Season 3 of “Dino Dana” and the series premiere of “The Boys” — a superhero comic book adaptation — are coming July 26.

The Amazon original movie “Peterloo” — a historical drama that chronicles one of that bloodiest chapter’s in Britain’s history — debuts July 3.

Some other movies to look forward to include “Under the Silver Lake,” the new “Hellboy,” “Corpse Bride,” “Rosemary’s Baby,” and five different “Star Trek” films ranging
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‘Star Trek: Discovery’: Season 2’s Game-Changing Twist Sets Up a Crazy Fresh Plan for Season 3

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‘Star Trek: Discovery’: Season 2’s Game-Changing Twist Sets Up a Crazy Fresh Plan for Season 3
[Editor’s note: The following article contains spoilers for “Star Trek: Discovery” Season 2 Episode 14, “Such Sweet Sorry, Part 2.”]

Many words could be used to describe the Season 2 finale of “Star Trek: Discovery.” One of them is not “quiet.” Picking up after last week’s cliffhanger ending, writers Michelle Paradise, Jenny Lumet, and Alex Kurtzman, along with director Olatunde Osunsanmi, pack the episode with intense action, as the crews of the Enterprise and Discovery work together (with the help of some surprise friends) to keep a massive stockpile of data away from the evil artificial intelligence known as Control (personified by Alan van Sprang).

From the frantic assembly of Burnham’s (Sonequa Martin-Green) time suit, to the epic space battle between the Enterprise, Discovery, and Control’s ships, to the impressive hand-to-hand, gravity-challenged fight between Control, Georgiou (Michelle Yeoh), and security officer Commander Nhan (Rachael Ancheril), there’s plenty of excitement packed into the episode, all topped off by “Discovery
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Remembering Leonard Nimoy On His 88th Birthday

88 years ago on this day, March 26th, Leonard Nimoy was born, and as we take a moment to remember his career, it’s hard not to notice the reflection of the Vulcan edict in it: Infinite diversity in infinite combinations.

Like any actor, it took him years of working in Hollywood before he was cast in his breakthrough role, and it was one that brought him notoriety and opportunity for nearly five decades. Of course, we’re talking about Star Trek‘s Mr. Spock, the coldly logical first officer of the USS Enterprise in the original TV series, which ran from 1966 to 1969.

The actor would reprise the part across several films as well, and even showed up in the rebooted Star Trek movies. Nimoy tried getting behind the camera a few times throughout his career, too, including Star Trek III: The Search for Spock and Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home.
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Star Trek: Discovery Season 2 Episode 10 Easter Eggs and References

Ryan Britt Mar 21, 2019

Tracking all the Star Trek universe Easter eggs and references in Star Trek: Discovery Season 2 Episode 10 "The Red Angel."

This Star Trek: Discovery article contains spoilers for Season 2 Episode 10.

Star Trek: Discovery Season 2 Episode 10 boasts some of the biggest twists in the series to date, which, considering everything that’s happened this season, is really saying something. It also hits the ground running with references and deep-cuts to existing Star Trek lore. From Tng time travel tech, to unused scripts for old-school Trek movies, and even one slick shout-out to Jodie Foster in Contact, “The Red Angel” is jammed with Easter eggs to Trek, science fiction, and a little bit of actual science.

Here are all the Easter eggs and references we spotted in Star Trek: Discovery Season 2, Episode 10, “The Red Angel.”

Airiam’s funeral references The Wrath of Khan and Into Darkness

The opening of the
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Star Trek: Discovery Season 2 Episode 4 Easter Eggs

Ryan Britt Feb 7, 2019

Did you catch all of these Star Trek references and Easter eggs in Discovery's "An Obol For Charon"?

The fourth episode of Star Trek: Discovery’s second season is all about death, and perhaps, in some senses, rebirth.

The title of the episode, is “An Obol for Charon,” which references the Greek mythological god Charon and the specific way you bribe him. In order to get your soul taken to the right place in the underworld, you’re supposed to give Charon an “Obol” or payment. In ancient Greece, this sometimes meant putting money in the mouths of dead people. In this Star Trek episode it seems to reference the price everyone is paying for flirting with death, or in the case of the Spore Drive, traveling to the “underworld.”

Anyway. Beyond the big Greek Mythology lesson, the latest Disco also referenced a ton of existing
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The Wrath of Khan director wasn’t impressed by Star Trek Into Darkness

While Star Trek has its fair share of memorable villains, there’s one who truly stands out above the rest of the pack: Khan Noonien Singh, the genetically engineered 20th century warlord played by Ricardo Montalban in The Original Series episode ‘Space Seed’ and the 1982 feature film Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan.

Having firmly made his mark with just two appearances in the original Trek canon, Khan was resurrected by director J.J. Abrams for the 2013 reboot sequel Star Trek Into Darkness, with Benedict Cumberbatch taking on the role for what was essentially a very loose remake of The Wrath of Khan.

Appearing on the Midnight’s Edge podcast, Wrath of Khan director Nicholas Meyer (who also worked on Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home and Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country as well as the new series Star Trek: Discovery) was asked for his thoughts on Into Darkness,
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‘Bold And The Beautiful’ Is Bringing On New Male Character For A Very Intense Storyline

  • OnTheFlix
Happy Monday "Bold And The Beautiful" fans. We've got a new casting update for your favorite soap opera. It turns out that the Bold And The Beautiful production team is bringing on a new male for major storyline that's currently forming right now! That storyline is the one that involves crooked Dollar Bill Spencer and Katie Logan. As most of you know, these two are about to get involved in what appears to be a very intense custody battle for young Will Spencer. They are, of course, going to need a judge for this. So, that's where this new male castmember will come in to play. According to new report from the folks over at Entertainment Weekly, the Bold And The Beautiful production team has decided to cast veteran actor Joe Lando to come on and play a recurring judge character named judge Craig McMullen. You guys can view photos
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William Shatner Regrets Directing Star Trek V: The Final Frontier

William Shatner Regrets Directing Star Trek V: The Final Frontier
Star Trek V: The Final Frontier was directed by Captain Kirk star William Shatner and is regarded as one of the worst movies in the franchise. The film currently sits with a 22 percent Fresh Rating on Rotten Tomatoes and even the most hardcore fans agree that it's really bad. In Shatner's new memoir Live Long and... What I Might Have Learned Along the Way, which is due out next week, the actor admits that he should not have directed the film and regrets the decision.

William Shatner and Leonard Nimoy had their lawyers draft up a "favored nations clause" back when the original Star Trek series was still on the air. The clause stated that each actor would be paid the same and that they would receive the same raises in the future. Later, Nimoy directed Star Trek III: The Search for Spock and Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home,
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Best 4th Movies in Franchises Ranked, From ‘Jaws IV’ to ‘Mad Max Fury Road’ (Photos)

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Best 4th Movies in Franchises Ranked, From ‘Jaws IV’ to ‘Mad Max Fury Road’ (Photos)
Not many film franchises get the distinction of hitting number four. It’s even more impressive when they’re actually good. This 4th of July, we’re counting down from worst to best some of the most notable “number four” in their respective franchises.

“Jaws IV: The Revenge”

“I have never seen it (Jaws 4) but by all accounts it is terrible,” star Michael Caine said about the movie. “However, I have seen the house that it built and it is terrific.”

X-Men Origins: Wolverine” (2009)

Thank the heavens that “Logan” and “Deadpool” happened.

Batman & Robin” (1997)

Isn’t this an ice list?

Conquest of the Planet of the Apes” (1972)

Fans of the “Planet of the Apes” prequels might be interested to see Caesar’s original origins, although the new films do the character more justice.

Police Academy 4: Citizens on Patrol” (1987)

Did you know the Razzies had a “Worst Original Song” category?
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Wrath of Khan's Nicholas Meyer may be making a Star Trek trilogy for CBS

  • JoBlo
Star Trek fans certainly know who Nicholas Meyer is. Of the six Star Trek movies to feature the original cast, Meyer was involved with the very best of them. In addition to directing both Star Trek II: The Wrath Of Khan and Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country, Meyer also co-wrote both of those movies as well as Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home. That was the end of his involvement with the Star... Read More...
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Mark A. Mangini and Theo Green (‘Blade Runner 2049’ sound editors) on immersing the audience in their ‘subversive’ sound [Exclusive Video Interview]

Mark A. Mangini and Theo Green (‘Blade Runner 2049’ sound editors) on immersing the audience in their ‘subversive’ sound [Exclusive Video Interview]
Sound editor Mark A. Mangini reveals that while he was inspired by the original “Blade Runner” (1982) for his work on Denis Villeneuve‘s followup, “Blade Runner 2049,” he didn’t want to copy it. “One of our early tasks was to understand what made the first film so rich and interesting sonically, and then find a way to deconstruct it and make it our own,” he explains. “We wanted to honor it in the way that it was so effective and so subversive in its use of sound.” By opening themselves up to a more musical and expressionistic style, Mangini and Theo Green reaped an Oscar nomination for Best Sound Editing. Watch our exclusive video interview with the duo above.

See ‘Blade Runner 2049’ sound mixers Doug Hemphill, Ron Bartlett: ‘Blade Runner was in our DNA’ [Exclusive Video Interview]

According to Green, Villeneuve wanted “a return to that universe,” but not a slavish reproduction.
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How Star Trek: Discovery takes its cue from Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country

Juliette Harrisson Dec 4, 2017

Here's how The Undiscovered Country feeds into Star Trek; Discovery. Spoilers for both ahead...

Contains spoilers for Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country and for Star Trek: Discovery.

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It's well known that Jj Abrams, along with many other Trekkies, Trekkers, and people who sometimes watch Star Trek, is especially fond of Star Trek II: The Wrath Of Khan, and used that film as inspiration for his own take on Star Trek in the recent movies. The Wrath Of Khan is many people’s favourite Trek film, one of the best of the Star Trek movies, the source of the idea that the even-numbered ones are the good ones. Its themes, of death and rebirth, youth and ageing, fathers and sons, and
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Ten Terrible Movie Posters

  • Cinelinx
Movie posters are an important advertising element for a film. But what happens when they don't do such a great job in promoting their film?

Movie posters are supposed to be the first and most prominent promotional tool of a film. Many times movie posters may be the first official material released for a film production as well as the first opportunity that the film has to reach its potential audience. That makes them very important. Like trailers, they are meant to capture your attention. Unlike trailers, they are not supposed to give too much away. There are various techniques that have been used over the years to accomplish this task including bright colors, eye-catching fonts, and the prominent inclusion of big name stars’ faces. Graphic design as well as a general nod to the production design of the film are important components for every movie poster. Before the advent of computers,
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Should Star Trek use the F word?

Juliette Harrisson Oct 21, 2017

For the very first time this week, Star Trek: Discovery broke a linguistic taboo. Did it shock, annoy or amuse you?

Spoilers for Star Trek Discovery episode 5 lie ahead

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In one of the lighter moments in last week’s episode of Star Trek: Discovery, while working on a way to use Discovery’s spore drive without the tardigrade known as Ripper, Cadet Sylvia Tilly exclaimed, “You guys, this is so fucking cool!” Suddenly realising she was on duty in a military workplace, she immediately apologised, and Lt Paul Stamets reassured her, “It is fucking cool”. It was the first time anyone has ever used ‘the F word’ in canon on Star Trek. Some were amused. Some were horrified.
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‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Review: Things Get Even Darker (But More Fascinating) in ‘Choose Your Pain’

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‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Review: Things Get Even Darker (But More Fascinating) in ‘Choose Your Pain’
It’s an intense time on the Discovery this week, as Captain Lorca gets kidnapped by Klingons, we meet the immediately infamous Harry Mudd (Rainn Wilson), and Lt. Stamets makes a bold but rash decision.

[Editor’s note: Spoilers for Season 1, Episode 5, “Choose Your Pain” follow.]

Not One Big Happy Family (Yet?)

When you compare “Discovery” to other “Trek” series, one aspect that stands out is the comparatively small size of the cast.

There’s a new addition this week, though, after Lorca brings on board Lieutenant Ash Tyler (Shazad Latif), whose status as a former prisoner seems like it’s left him pretty messed up. The engineering team of Stamets, Tilly, and Burnham has coalesced into a fun trio, and all of Burnham’s interactions with Saru are interesting, given how those characters have a deep backstory.

However, the cast in general hasn’t really come together yet as a full ensemble, which speaks to the unconventional nature of the plotting here,
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Star Trek Veteran Nicholas Meyer is Reportedly Developing a New Series Focused on Khan

Earlier this summer a rumor surfaced that writer and director Nicholas Meyer was developing a new Star Trek series separate from Star Trek: Discovery. Meyer has worked on Star Trek: The Wrath of Khan, Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home, and Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country. He also worked on Discovery, so it's pretty exciting that this Star Trek veteran could be developing a new series.

What's even more exciting is that this new rumored series might focus on Khan! The news comes from GeekExchange, who offers the following details on what the series will be about:

Meyer’s new project takes him back to Khan Noonien Singh, the “genetically superior” villain played by Ricardo Montalban in the original series episode “Space Seed” and in The Wrath of Khan, and by Benedict Cumberbatch in the J.J. Abrams-helmed Star Trek Into Darkness. Meyer will reportedly be developing a prequel miniseries,
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