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  1. Might as well start it off with this thread ? what have you guys watched while the boards boards have been down? me: Rampage 2.5/5 Logan 5/5 Flower 3.5/5 Set It Up 4/5 (seriously, this was an actual good romcom)
  2. Appropriately enough, we can kick this reboot off with Harvey Weinstein.
  3. Disney CEO Bob Chapek Secures New Long-Term Contract WWW.HOLLYWOODREPORTER.COM The company's board of directors announced the new three-year contract extension Tuesday, saying the decision was “unanimous.”
  4. Also, his son is a dead ringer for Michael J. Fox. Martin Sheen regrets changing the name passed down to him by his Spanish immigrant father EW.COM The Emmy-winning Martin Sheen later advised his son, Emilio Estévez, to keep his birth name when he became an actor.
  5. September to be exact. I know what I'll be watching while my kids are at at school.
  6. Philip Baker Hall, the Library Cop Lt. Bookman on ‘Seinfeld,’ Dies at 90 WWW.HOLLYWOODREPORTER.COM The busy actor also appeared in three Paul Thomas Anderson dramas and played Nixon in an acclaimed one-man play and Robert Altman film.
  7. Ezra Miller Accused of Bursting Into a Couple's Room and Threatening Them Hours After Bar Arrest WWW.ROLLINGSTONE.COM Ezra Miler is facing a temporary restraining order filed by a couple who accuse the actor of bursting into their room and threatening them.
  8. I'm talking strictly from a mechanical perspective, not a content perspective. HBO Max - why do they not have an algorithmic recommendation system? I watch Last Week Tonight every week. If an episode came out last night, why is it not literally the first thing I see when I log in? Hell, it's not even on the front page, I have to search for it. It bugs the shit out of me every time. Amazon - I love "x-ray." I get really distracted by thoughts of "where in the shit do I know that actor from?" all the time. On Amazon, all you have to do is pause the show/movie and it literally has who that actor is and their IMDB credits right there. Everyone should do that. All platforms - Why in the shit is there no option, on any platform, to at least have the option of hiding things that I've already seen before while I'm browsing? In what way does it help engagement to flash 50 things at me that I've already watched before I find something I haven't? YouTube figured this out a long time ago. It won't recommend videos to you that you've already seen unless it's been a long time since the last time you watched it. And if you have already seen a video, it'll have that little red bar at the bottom that shows you that you've seen it. All of these streaming services are tracking what you watch all the time, it shouldn't be hard to implement a feature where I can also choose what to do with that information.
  9. Behind Netflix’s Leaner Movie Mandate: Bigger, Fewer and Better WWW.HOLLYWOODREPORTER.COM The Scott Stuber-run division is adjusting to a new set of realities as it readies a $200 million-plus ‘The Gray Man’ from the ‘Avengers: Endgame’ helmers and a pricey set of ‘Knives Out’ sequels.
  10. ‘Goodfellas’ Star Ray Liotta Dies at 67 DEADLINE.COM 'Goodfellas' Star Ray Liotta Dies at 67
  11. Kevin Spacey charged with four counts of sexual assault against three men | UK news | The Guardian WWW.THEGUARDIAN.COM Crown Prosecution Service authorises criminal charges against the 62-year-old actor
  12. Not to delve too deep here, because that's coke territory. I'm not here to deride the sjw movement, which is an inclusive club where opportunities matter. But I ask myself often what these opportunities mean. There's a running theme in the theory that a realized character occupies both spectrums of protagonist and antagonist (mostly erring on the antagonist). Beyond dull storytelling, It's give a sense of false hope that the imperfections of a person are needing of an ironing like a wrinkled shirt. Every individual is a deeper well than any ocean, but that's not a concern for fiction, rather that logic and reasoning is the end-all solution to everything. Somehow echoing the same tragedy that befell the antagonist in the first place will be enough meditation to see the errors of their ways. This is one among many sticking points for consumers of what are ostentatious children's media (my little pony?) drive like an axiom as a matter of convenience. But this is serious pathos for some.This dichotomy in relative justice is supposed to drive a child into question. To see adults swallow such cheap pablum is concerting to me. We live in a fresh hell. Asking to an easy out is just to let god sort them out.
  13. Netflix subscribers fall for first time in a decade, shares plunge 23% WWW.REUTERS.COM Global streaming giant Netflix Inc on Tuesday reported losing subscribers for the first time in more than a decade and predicted more contraction in the second quarter, a rare miss for... Maybe give us an incentive to hang around by not canceling shows after one season?
  14. The news actually first came from Jason Alexander: Then official:
  15. Bruce Willis diagnosed with aphasia, stepping away from acting PAGESIX.COM The "Die Hard" star will be "stepping away from the career that has meant so much to him," his family announced in a statement to social media Wednesday. Very sad. My dad had this after his stroke before he died, a number of years ago. There had been rumours that Willis had something like this after Red Letter Media videos regarding his more limited roles, recently (where it also seemed like he was being fed lines). Basically, Aphasia is where damage to the brain degrades your ability to understand and communicate through language.
  16. 'Extremely awkward': Bob Chapek and Bob Iger had a falling out, they rarely talk — and the rift looms over Disney's future WWW.CNBC.COM Former Disney CEO Bob Iger chose Bob Chapek to succeed him, but their relationship soured quickly, and the pressure is on Chapek to show he's right for Disney.
  17. Amazon Said to Make $9 Billion Offer for MGM VARIETY.COM The ecommerce giant has been in talks to acquire the legendary studio and its library for several weeks. $9b doesn't seem to be that much. Either that or everything tech has absolutely ruined my perception of a company's value. I have to imagine Legally Blonde is worth that, alone.
  18. Netflix Will Prompt Subscribers to Pay for Users Outside Their Households in New Test to Address Unauthorized Password Sharing (EXCLUSIVE) VARIETY.COM Netflix will soon kick off a test letting primary account holders pay an additional fee for users outside their households. If I remember something correctly it was previously shared on here that they were considering it. Looks like something they will start rolling out in the near future. Won’t affect me but I haven’t been feeling Netflix that much in recent years. I’ve been getting into Tubi recently and I find their selection more fun, especially for horror and schlock. And it’s free. It reminds me of browsing Blockbuster back in the day, with the mixture of good, bad, and the wtf.
  19. William Hurt Dies: Oscar-Winning Actor For ‘Kiss Of The Spider Woman’ Was 71 DEADLINE.COM William Hurt Dies: Oscar-Winning Actor for 'Kiss of the Spider-Woman' Was 71
  20. I’m curious as to hear more about his concerns over the bill, but it’s not exactly a good look for him and seems to run counter against his image.
  21. Peter Robbins, who voiced Charlie Brown in the 1960s, has died WWW.NPR.ORG As a child actor, Robbins voiced one of Charlie Brown's most famous lines — "I got a rock" — in It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown. The cause of death was suicide.
  22. Arnold Schwarzenegger Involved in Multi-Car Crash in Los Angeles WWW.THEWRAP.COM One person was injured in the collision late Friday afternoon
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