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The 7 Best Movies New to Netflix in March 2019

March can be a long month, and that’s especially true for cinephiles. Wedged between the Oscars and the start of the summer movie season (which now begins sometime in April), the tail-end of winter can feel like the deepest of doldrums on the annual movie calendar. Fortunately, Netflix is doing what it can to sustain its subscribers from now until spring.

This month’s new additions to the company’s streaming library offer a little something for everyone, from the soaring acrobatics of “Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon,” to the chilled mysteries of Debra Granik’s “Winter’s Bone,” and the heartbreaking drama of Asghar Farhadi’s “A Separation.” March’s Netflix Originals include Chiwetel Ejiofor’s directorial debut, Lukas Dhont’s controversial “Girl,” and the star-studded beefcake spectacle of “Triple Frontier.” “Music and Lyrics” and “Nick and Norah’s Infinite Playlist” join the internet’s deepest stable of 21st century rom-coms,
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Hulu schedule: Here’s what is coming and leaving in October 2018

Hulu has confirmed that several of its original series will be debuting new episodes on the streaming service in October, including the first installment of the horror anthology “Into the Dark” as well as more of season 1 of the Sean Penn drama “The First.” And there will also be new to Hulu seasons of some of your favorites reality shows from other networks, including various editions of “Little Women” and “The Real Housewives.”

Likewise, there will be plenty of movies making their first Hulu appearances including the Oscar-winning “Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner” and “Raging Bull.”

See Netflix schedule: Here’s what is coming and leaving in October

Available October 1

Television

60 Days In – Complete Season 4

America’s Book of Secrets – Complete Season 1 & 2

American Pickers – Complete Season 18

Ancient Aliens – Complete Season 4

Bob’s Burgers – Season 9 Premiere

El Clon – Complete Season 1

Escaping Polygamy – Complete Season 3

Family Guy – Season 16 Premiere

Hoarders – Complete
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Drew Barrymore Says Adam Sandler Is More Talented Than Jake Gyllenhaal: ‘I Don’t Care If He Hates Me’ — Watch

Drew Barrymore Says Adam Sandler Is More Talented Than Jake Gyllenhaal: ‘I Don’t Care If He Hates Me’ — Watch
There’s at least one person who considers Adam Sandler a better actor than Jake Gyllenhaal: Drew Barrymore, who’s in the unique position of having worked with them both. The actress appeared on “The Late Late Show With James Corden” last night and was forced to partake in its most dreaded segment: Spill Your Guts or Fill Your Guts, a spin on truth-or-dare in which guests are forced to either answer revealing questions or eat something disgusting.

Barrymore had to choose between ranking the respective talents of Sandler, Gyllenhaal, and Hugh Grant or eating a turkey testicle; she opted for the former, and listed them as such: 1) Sandler, 2) Grant, 3) Gyllenhaal. When it comes to these challenges, there really is no accounting for taste. Barrymore appeared alongside Gyllenhaal in “Donnie Darko,” starred opposite Grant in “Music and Lyrics,” and collaborated with Sandler on “The Wedding Singer,” “50 First Dates,
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Five Things You Didn’t Know About Haley Bennett

Haley Bennett is an actress and singer who was born in Florida on January 7, 1988. She began her professional acting career in 2007 when she made her film debut in ‘Music and Lyrics’ playing the role of Cora Corman. She starred alongside Hugh Grant and Drew Barrymore in this movie. Other films for which she is well-known include ‘The Girl on the Train’, ‘College’, ‘Kaboom’, ‘The Hole’, ‘The Equalizer’, ‘The Haunting of Molly Hartley’, ‘Hardcore Henry’, and ‘The Magnificent Seven’. Despite having roles in so many hit movies, there are many things you probably do not know about this

Five Things You Didn’t Know About Haley Bennett
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2018 Oscar Nominations Are Here

2018 Oscar Nominations Are Here
The Shape of Water has swept the 2018 Oscar nominations with 13 noms, including Best Picture and Best Director. And Get Out didn't disappoint with noms for Best Picture, Best Director and Best Actor. Actress-comedian Tiffany Haddish and actor-director Andy Serkis, joined by Academy President John Bailey, announced the 90th Academy Awards nominations today (January 23) live from the Academy's Samuel Goldwyn Theater via a global live stream on Oscar.com, Oscars.org, the Academy's digital platforms, a satellite feed and broadcast media. Haddish and Serkis announced the nominees in 11 categories at 5:22 a.m. Pt, with pre-taped category introductions by Academy members Priyanka Chopra, Rosario Dawson, Gal Gadot, Salma Hayek, Michelle Rodriguez, Zoe Saldana, Molly Shannon, Rebel Wilson and Michelle Yeoh. Haddish and Serkis announced the remaining 13 categories at 5:38 a.m. Pt.

At 5:22 a.m. Pst, the nominees were announced in the following categories: Cinematography, Costume Design, Film Editing, Makeup and Hairstyling,
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Anna Kendrick Is Santa's Daughter in Noelle First Look

Anna Kendrick Is Santa's Daughter in Noelle First Look
Anna Kendrick has revealed the first look photo of herself in full costume from the upcoming movie Noelle, which was previously known as Nicole. We reported in January that the actress was being eyed for this Christmas comedy, and now production is under way in Vancouver. The photo reveals the actress as the title character, Santa Claus' daughter, in her full Christmas outfit, standing outside what appears to be a bar.

The actress revealed the photo on her Instagram page, although she didn't reveal any further details about the production. The story revolves around the title character Noelle, the daughter of the real Santa Claus, who is forced to take over the family business when her father decides to retire and her brother ends up getting cold feet prior to his first big Christmas Eve flight. It isn't clear if the scene in this photo is on Christmas Eve,
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From ‘Black Mirror’ to ‘Westworld,’ Here Are the Cameras That Shot The Year’s Best TV Shows

From ‘Black Mirror’ to ‘Westworld,’ Here Are the Cameras That Shot The Year’s Best TV Shows
IndieWire reached out to the cinematographers who received Emmy nominations for Outstanding Cinematography for a Single-Camera Series (One Hour), Single-Camera Series (Half-Hour), and Limited Series or Movie. We asked them which camera and lenses they used and why they were the right tools to achieve their show’s unique look.

Read More:Cannes 2017: Here Are the Cameras Used To Shoot 29 of This Year’s Films Cinematography for a Single-Camera Series (One Hour)

The nominees for outstanding cinematography in this category are Adriano Goldman (“The Crown”), Colin Watkinson (“The Handmaid’s Tale”), James Hawkinson (“The Man in the High Castle”), Tod Campbell (Mr. Robot”), John Toll (“Sense8”), Tim Ives (“Stranger Things”) and Paul Cameron (“Westworld”).

Last Year’s Winner: James Hawkinson for “The Man in the High Castle

The Crown

Cameras: Sony F55s

Lens: Old Cooke Panchros rehoused by Tls UK

Dp Adriano Goldman: “Netflix requires a 4K workflow,
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Why Comedic ‘SNL’ and ‘Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt’ Dominate the Original Music and Lyrics Emmy Race

Why Comedic ‘SNL’ and ‘Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt’ Dominate the Original Music and Lyrics Emmy Race
The mood got decidedly funnier and edgier in this year’s Emmy race for Original Music and Lyrics. It was a badly needed tonic for the country. Most notably, Tina Fey joined the musical fray for the first time, looking for her 10th Emmy with the hilarious “Hell No,” a tribute to Beyonce’s “Lemonade” (featuring an enraged Tituss Burgess) from “Unbreakable Kimmie Schmidt.”

But, given the current zeitgeist, it’s not surprising that Chance the Rapper was nominated for his Run-d.M.C.–inspired rap tribute to Obama, “Last Christmas,” from “Saturday Night Live,” or that Rachel Bloom was back again with the raunchy “We Tapped That Ass” from “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend.” There was even room for the excruciatingly uncomfortable “The Ballad of Claus Jorstad (Devil Stool)” from “Jimmy Kimmel Live,” and and the animated burlesque of “Jing-a-Ling-a-Ling” from “Duck the Halls: A Mickey Mouse Christmas Special.”

Apart from comedy, there’s
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‘Music and Lyrics’: Sweet Dreams are Made of This

Looking back on this still-young century makes clear that 2007 was a major time for cinematic happenings — and, on the basis of this retrospective, one we’re not quite through with ten years on. One’s mind might quickly flash to a few big titles that will be represented, but it is the plurality of both festival and theatrical premieres that truly surprises: late works from old masters, debuts from filmmakers who’ve since become some of our most-respected artists, and mid-career turning points that didn’t necessarily announce themselves as such at the time. Join us as an assembled team, many of whom were coming of age that year, takes on their favorites.

In many ways, Marc Lawrence’s 2007 rom-com Music and Lyrics begins like a fever dream. Not only does Hugh Grant suddenly appear onscreen with a sky-reaching hairdo, he’s also singing to the camera and wearing tight trousers.
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Thanks to 'Moana,' Lin-Manuel Miranda Is Now One Oscar Win Away From an Egot

Thanks to 'Moana,' Lin-Manuel Miranda Is Now One Oscar Win Away From an Egot
How far he'll go, indeed.

Lin-Manuel Miranda, the Pulitzer Prize-winning actor, composer, rapper, writer and official MacArthur "Genius," is one win away from joining the likes of Audrey Hepburn and Whoopi Goldberg with an Egot -- that is, an Emmy, a Grammy, an Oscar and a Tony.

Miranda earned his first Oscar nomination on Tuesday morning, with Moana's "How Far I'll Go" competing for Best Original Song. If he were to take home the Academy Award, he'd not only Egot, but be the youngest person to do so (at 37) and have done it fastest (in less than a decade).

Related: Oscars 2017 Snubs & Surprises: 'La La Land,' Michael Shannon, and None for 'Deadpool'

Here are the E, Gs, and Ts that Miranda has already collected:

Emmy: Miranda won Outstanding Original Music and Lyrics at the 2014 Emmy Awards for his work on the 2013 Tony Awards. Miranda penned the lyrics to Tom Kitt's music for host
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Anna Kendrick to play female Santa Claus for Disney

Simon Brew Jan 12, 2017

Anna Kendrick is set to move from Pitch Perfect 3 to Nicole, the story of the daughter of Santa Claus...

The festive season is finally over. The decorations are down, the lights are in storage, and you don't have to start thinking about Christmas shopping again for a good few months. But rest assured that the production line of Yuletide movies continues as the year trundles on, with the latest being Nicole.

Nicole is a movie that Disney is making, about a female Santa Claus. More specifically, with a slight Arthur Christmas twinge here, it's about the daughter of Santa Claus, who has to take over when her father retires, and her brother bottles it.

And now we learn that Anna Kendrick is in negotiations to take the title role in the movie. The film is being directed by Marc Lawrence (who made the really good fun
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Anna Kendrick In Talks With Disney to Play Female Santa

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Anna Kendrick In Talks With Disney to Play Female Santa
Anna Kendrick is currently in talks to star in “Nicole,” an upcoming Disney film about a female Santa Claus. The project has Marc Lawrence (“Miss Congeniality”) attached as director and screenwriter. It will be produced by Suzanne Todd, whose past films with Disney include Tim Burton’s “Alice In Wonderland” and its sequel, “Alice Through The Looking Glass.” Other past works by Lawrence include the romantic comedies “Music and Lyrics” and “The Rewrite,” both of which star Hugh Grant. Also Read: Anna Kendrick Names Her Dream Marvel Role - And It's Nuts Kendrick was last seen in a Disney film in 2014, when she.
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2017 Golden Globes: Suck-Ups, Movie Stars and Meryl Streep in Rage Mode

2017 Golden Globes: Suck-Ups, Movie Stars and Meryl Streep in Rage Mode
Here's to the Golden Globes – what other award show would bring Meryl Streep onstage for a lifetime-achievement tribute and then have the orchestra salute her with Abba's "Mamma Mia"? A perfect moment to sum up everything the Globes stand for: finding the cheese lining in any artistic cloud. That's the saving grace of this dippiest and drunkest of award shows. Nobody cares who wins; all that matters at this TV party is locking the stars up together in the Beverly Hills Hilton, getting them ripped on free booze and
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Golden Globes 2017 Winners List: Every Film and TV Award Here

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Golden Globes 2017 Winners List: Every Film and TV Award Here
The Golden Globes always promise glamour and strangeness along with the annual celebration of achievements across film and television. This year’s nominees feature plenty of powerful stories, new voices and returning veterans aiming for gold, along with “La La Land” facing off against “Deadpool” in the best comedy film category, and robots battling dragons for Best TV Drama. No matter what, the night will feature some surprises.

Read More: Complete 2017 Golden Globes Coverage

Check out the full list of nominees — and winners in bold — below.

*IndieWire will be updating the list throughout the night.

Best Motion Picture – Drama “Hacksaw Ridge” “Hell or High Water” “Lion” “Manchester by the Sea” “Moonlight” Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy “20th Century Women” “Deadpool” “Florence Foster Jenkins” “La La Land” “Sing Street” Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture – Drama Casey Affleck – “Manchester by the SeaJoel Edgerton – “LovingAndrew Garfield
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2017 Golden Globe Awards Winners!

2017 Golden Globe Awards Winners!
Tonight is the big night, with the 74th Annual Golden Globe Awards taking place at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles, with Jimmy Fallon hosting this year's awards ceremony. We'll be updating this story all night long with all of the winners as they're announced, so keep refreshing for the latest updates. The critically-acclaimed musical La La Land lead all nominees, picking up seven nods, followed by the hit drama Moonlight with six nominations and Manchester-by-the-Sea with five nominations. La La Land was the night's big winner, winning all seven awards it was nominated for, setting a Golden Globe record for the most Globe wins for a film, and becoming the first movie to win in every major category it was nominated for since One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest in 1976.

La La Land won Best Picture Comedy or Musical, Best Director and Best Screenplay, both won by filmmaker Damien Chazelle,
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How Haley Bennett Became 2016's Hottest Young Breakout Star

How Haley Bennett Became 2016's Hottest Young Breakout Star
Haley Bennett is on fire. Or rather, her apartment is about to be. "Shall we have a fire?" she asks, hanging out at her Tribeca loft on one of the first cool afternoons of fall. Soon she's are ensconced on a deep sofa, surrounded by pillows and animals ("That's River, my rescue boy," Bennett says as a small dog makes a nest on my lap) and clutching warm cups of herbal tea. To add to the coziness factor, Bennett, 28, is still in P.J.s, her hair piled in a messy bun atop her head.
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CBS Buys Single Mom Comedy From Marc Lawrence & ‘The Good Wife’ Creators

CBS has put in development a single-camera comedy from feature writer-director Marc Lawrence (Music and Lyrics) and The Good Wife creators Robert and Michelle King. Written by Lawrence, the untitled project revolves around an extremely non-confrontational single mom who’s promoted to Dean of Students at the high school where she teaches and must contend with overly involved parents, demanding administrators and a challenging student body — which includes her two…
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’13 Going On 30′ Going To Broadway; Revolution Preps Musical Take On 2004 Hit

Exclusive: Revolution Studios is teaming with veteran producers Andy Fickman, Dean Stolber and Todd Garner to mount a Broadway musical version of hit 2004 romantic comedy, 13 Going On 30. Fickman will direct the show whose book will be penned by the film’s screenwriters Josh Goldsmith and Cathy Yuspa. Music and lyrics are by Alan Zachary and Michael Weiner (Broadway’s First Date). Mining the material from the Revolution catalog is the latest move for the studio as it’s…
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No, You Aren't the Only One Confusing Haley Bennett With Jennifer Lawrence

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No, You Aren't the Only One Confusing Haley Bennett With Jennifer Lawrence
If you don't know Haley Bennett's name yet, rest assured you'll have it seared into your memory by the end of the year. The talented 28-year-old actress burst onto the Hollywood scene in 2007 when she appeared in the Hugh Grant and Drew Barrymore-led rom-com Music and Lyrics, but it's her current roles that have people talking. After kicking ass in The Magnificent Seven alongside Chris Pratt, Haley was cast as Megan Hipwell in The Girl on the Train, which left the internet wondering whether or not Jennifer Lawrence has a secret twin: Haley Bennett looks like someone made a fancy porcelain doll version of Jennifer Lawrence. - Alicia Lutes (@alicialutes) October 4, 2016 Embargoed from tweeting about #TheGirlOnTheTrain for now. But Haley Bennett is definitely Skeet Ulrich to Jennifer Lawrence's Johnny Depp - Chris Lee (@__ChrisLee) September 29, 2016 If Jennifer Lawrence ever plays a twin in a movie, they don't
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‘The Magnificent Seven’ Star Haley Bennett: How She Crashed The Boys’ Club (And Stole The Movie) — Girl Talk

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‘The Magnificent Seven’ Star Haley Bennett: How She Crashed The Boys’ Club (And Stole The Movie) — Girl Talk
Girl Talk is a weekly look at women in film — past, present and future.

Haley Bennett is all smiles. The female lead of Antoine Fuqua’s upcoming “The Magnificent Seven” remake is equally bubbly when talking about her nerve-jangling audition process, the physically demanding shoot and what she’s got on the docket in the coming months (“I’m going to need a vacation from the vacation!”), but even all that sunshine can’t obscure that Bennett is a serious actress who is only further growing into her career with grace. Bennett first popped up on the big screen in Marc Lawrence’s 2007 rom-com “Music and Lyrics” — yes, that was her playing the spacey but sweet pop star who saves Hugh Grant and Drew Barrymore’s songwriting career — and has spent the next decade carefully choosing roles across a wide berth of genres and budgets.

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