Chinese investment in Hollywood could cause more harm than benefits in the film industry.
Netflix is replete with a wide variety of new viewing options just when we need it. After the endless chain of shopping and holiday celebrations we’re in great need of quality entertainment to help us recover.
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The 2017 Sundance Film Festival is less than a week away and, as expected, the fest boasts an impressive lineup from talented filmmakers and actors. From Sundance favorites to up-and-coming names there is a long list of films in various categories, but we’ve sorted out through the lists and picked 17 that caught our eye (even though all the films seem pretty amazing).
Awards season is in full swing and there is a long road until the 89th Annual Academy Awards, which are slated to air on February 26, 2017 on ABC. The nominations for the coveted statuette won’t be announced until January 24, 2017, but favorites have already emerged from the pack — and the competition is stiff.
History’s Six premiered with some explosive action but less than captivating characters, though given more time with them the series may prove a worthy watch for fans of the genre.
Season 3, Episode 13 – After much prompting from Bow and several outbursts, Dre decides to try therapy to work through his anger issues. Meanwhile, Johan takes on Zoey and Junior as clients in his life-coaching business.
Season 1, Episode 4 – Star thinks it’s Enough in this week’s episode, but it honestly hasn’t earned that level. Otis, Simone’s foster father has come back unexpectedly early, and he’s ready to cause problems. No one’s sure how he gets there or how’s he’s so good at tracking foster kid’s down, but here he is. Star, Simone, Miss Carlotta, Cotton and Jahil, all agree that Otis must die. Hopefully he doesn’t come back a third time.
Ever since The Sixth Sense audiences have been conditioned to do one of two things when it comes to watching an M. Night Shyamalan movie: 1.) sit at the edge of your seat with sweaty palms while waiting for an unexpected “OMG” twist or 2.) sit at the edge of your seat with sweaty palms while waiting for a colossal disappointment that you can complain about until he releases his next film. With Split, he allows you to do both.
NBC hit series This Is Us renewed for two more seasons and a Lisa Frank movie is in the works. Plus, a round-up of the day’s top entertainment news stories from around the web.
Showrunner Ryan Murphy continues to look ahead as he builds his American Crime Story franchise with the option of A Vast Conspiracy. The book, which follows the President Bill Clinton scandal with Monica Lewinsky, is in the works as the focus of a future season.
Sony Pictures revealed today their upcoming Spider-Man animated film, written by Phil Lord and Christopher Miller, will feature Miles Morales as the lead character. Kristine Belson, president of Sony Animation, confirmed the news.
After a popular teen girl is killed in a car crash, she relives the critical day seven times, making changes in an attempt to affect the outcome, in the process, she herself changes.
Soon after the existence of the afterlife has been scientifically proven, the son of the man who made the discovery falls in love with a woman with a tragic past.
Fans have been waiting on tenterhooks and it’s official: the NBC sitcom Will & Grace is coming back. The network has given the series, which aired its last episode of its eight-season run in 2006, a 10-episode order.
Bestselling author Jane Green is seeing one of her works headed to the big screen for the first time as Good Deed Entertainment acquires The Beach House. The adaptation will be penned by Meghan Hughes.
Season 1, Episode 13 – No Tomorrow ends an eventful season with “No Sleep ‘Til Reykjavik.” With a strong end that answers the season’s biggest questions while leaving plenty of doors open for a potential continuation of the story, this finale episode embraces the heart of what the show has been about from the very beginning – seizing the day for yourself.
Season 1, Episode 12 – Katie (Katy Mixon) is in Heaven on Tuesday’s episode of American Housewife. She gets to prove that, yet again, she is right about something. This time, it’s to Oliver(Daniel DiMaggio).
Season 1, Episode 10 –Shooter Shooter nails the season finale with a massive shootout in the woods after Bob Lee rescues his daughter from the Russian Embassy where Krukov held her for leverage. Agent Memphis arrives in time for the assist and we meet an important, hidden player in the conspiracy, Agent Johnson’s new boss, and discover his secret alliance.
Season 3, Episode 10 – “The Best of Orlando” finds Louis winning an award and leaving Jessica out of his thanks while Eddie, Emery and Grandma embark on a lucrative business opportunity.
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Season 1, Episode 2 – James Delaney finds that great forces have risen up against him as he tries to take over his father’s estate in this episode of Taboo. Not only is the East India Company banking on James death, but also a new heir to his father’s estate comes out of the shadows threatening to undo all of his plans.
Season 1, Episodes 5-8 – In the second half of A Series of Unfortunate Events, the Baudelaire orphans face a hurricane, carnivorous leeches, hard labor, and an evil hypnotizing optometrist in their search for the truth behind the deaths of their parents. Meanwhile, Count Olaf is never far behind, using ever more ridiculous disguises to try to claim the Baudelaire family fortune.
Season 1, Episode 12 – This Is Us stays permanently in 1980 this week, which could be an interesting choice, but falls flat. When the format changed to include none of Jack and Rebecca’s kids, and a whole lot of winking at the audience, the show fell victim to the most self-indulgent side of the show.
Season 4, Episode 10 – Agents of SHIELD strikes the perfect balance between action, political intrigue, and characterization in “The Patriot.” Pulling details from the entire Marvel Cinematic Universe, this week’s episode mixes robot clones, Inhumans, science-y superpowers, and forgotten plot points from seasons past for a superb blend of plot, adventure, and character development.
Season 1, Episode 5 – The Mick almost delivers an anti-smoking message in the midst of family bonding and learning lessons about fire safety.