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‘Love, Death & Robots’ Trailer: Season 2 to Premiere on Netflix in May

“Love, Death & Robots,” the animated anthology series from Tim Miller and David Fincher, is coming back to Netflix May 14 for Season 2. Netflix unveiled the trailer for the show’s sophomore season on Monday.The upcoming season will include eight new animated shorts. Netflix also announced that the show had been renewed for an eight-episode […]

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‘Love, Simon’ Writer Becky Albertalli’s ‘The Upside of Unrequited’ to Be Adapted for Film (Exclusive)

U.K. production company Shakespeare Sisters has acquired the film rights to the popular YA novel “The Upside of Unrequited,” written by best-selling scribe Becky Albertalli. The author’s debut novel, “Simon Vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda,” was adapted as the gay teen romantic comedy movie “Love, Simon,” which – distributed by 20th Century Fox – grossed […]

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The Morning Watch: ‘Love, Victor’ Season 1 Bloopers, Kevin James Feels the Heat of Hot Ones & More

The Morning Watch is a recurring feature that highlights a handful of noteworthy videos from around the web. They could be video essays, fanmade productions, featurettes, short films, hilarious sketches, or just anything that has to do with our favorite movies and TV shows. In this edition, watch the cast of the Hulu series Love, […]

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Rachael Leigh Cook Joins Cast of Miramax’s ‘She’s All That’ Remake

Rachael Leigh Cook, the star of the 1999 film “She’s All That,” has joined the cast of Miramax’s gender-swapped remake, titled “He’s All That.”Cook will portray the mother of Padgett Sawyer, the remake’s protagonist, played by TikTok star Addison Rae. In the 1999 original, Cook played Laney Boggs, the lovable art nerd who was made […]

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‘Love, Guaranteed’ Review: App-Savvy Dating Gets the Old-Fashioned Treatment in Netflix Rom-Com

There’s little false advertising to “Love, Guaranteed,” a romantic comedy about true love and the seemingly overblown promises of online dating. The shared fate of Susan Whitaker and Nick Evans — played by Rachel Leigh Cook and Damon Wayans Jr. — is all but assured by director Mark Steven Johnson’s pretty much by-the-numbers take. The […]

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‘Ordinary Love’ Directors on Celebrating Everyday Moments in Trying Circumstances

2020 has only just begun, but directors Lisa Barros D’Sa and Glenn Leyburn (Good Vibrations) have already delivered my favorite film of the year. Ordinary Love, playing in theaters now, tells the story of a perfectly ordinary couple (Liam Neeson and Lesley Manville) undergoing extraordinary circumstances — a diagnosis of breast cancer. The two actors, […]

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Sundance 2020 adds tech giants doc, brings back ‘High Art’, ‘Born Into Brothels’

Love Fraud promoted to Day One screening.In a programming addition, Sundance Film Festival 2020 has slotted in the world premiere of Jeff Orlowski’s documentary The Social Dilemma, and added Born Into Brothels and High Art to its From The Collection strand.The Social Dilemma explores how tech giants like Google, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube are […]

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Idfa Film Review: ‘Love Child’

The tendency to apply the label “narrative film” to non-documentary cinema is a convenience, but also a misnomer: Documentaries can be as narratively driven as any fiction feature, as “Love Child” proves in entirely engrossing fashion. Spanning six years in the lives of two Iranian refugees — and their out-of-wedlock son — as they seek […]

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