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The Best Action and Sports Movies on Netflix to Watch Right Now

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Don’t worry – you also have a great many Netflix movies to watch. Yes, Netflix can be yet another way to spend your weekend than just trying out your luck on Betway.

Netflix has an amazing collection of movies, originals as well as those by other companies. Here are some of the most highly recommended movies you can watch right now!

1. Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon (2000)

Based on the Chinese novel by Wang Dulu and directed by Ang Lee, Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon is known to be one of the most impactful and successful martial arts movies. Its story, cinematography, and fight sequences are totally worth watching, as it is the highest-grossing foreign language movie in the history of the United States.

2. Apollo 13 (1995)

It stars Tom Hanks, Kevin Bacon, and Bill Paxton and is
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Y: The Last Man is not moving ahead at FX in “its current form”

Here’s some bad news for fans of Brian K. Vaughan’s acclaimed comic book series Y: The Last Man, as FX has announced that it has decided not to move forward with its planned TV adaptation “in its current form” and will look to retool the project.

FX first picked up the rights to Y: The Last Man back in 2015 after a planned movie adaptation failed to materialise. Developed – at a snail’s pace – since by Michael Green and Aïda Mashaka Croal, the project received a series order just this February.

Green and Croal make the announcement on Twitter that they have exited the series over creative differences:

“We hoped to reward their talent and their trust not just with success, but with a show that had something to say, in a time when things must be said. As Y fans ourselves, we hope the future allows just that.
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Win A ‘Dragged Across Concrete’ Poster & Blu-ray Bundle – In Cinemas April 19

To celebrate the release of S. Craig Zahler’s thrilling new film Dragged Across Concrete on April 19, we’re giving you the chance to win a Blu-ray bundle containing copies of critically-acclaimed films You Were Never Really Here, Free Fire and Hell Or High Water, plus the striking poster.

From the cult director of Bone Tomahawk and Brawl in Cell Block 99, and starring Mel Gibson, Vince Vaughn and Tory Kittles, Dragged Across Concrete follows two police detectives who find themselves suspended when a video of their strong-arm tactics is leaked to the media. With little money and no options, the embittered policemen descend into the criminal underworld and find more than they wanted waiting in the shadows.

For your chance to win, watch the trailer and answer the below question.

According to Anthony (Vince Vaughn), what is the best part of the stake out?

a) When you’re eating
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Win Dragged Across Concrete poster and Blu-ray bundle

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To celebrate the release of S. Craig Zahler’s thrilling new film Dragged Across Concrete on April 19, we’re giving 3 of you the chance to win a Blu-ray bundle containing copies of critically-acclaimed films You Were Never Really Here, Free Fire and Hell Or High Water, plus the striking poster.

From the cult director of Bone Tomahawk and Brawl in Cell Block 99, and starring Mel Gibson, Vince Vaughn and Tory Kittles, Dragged Across Concrete follows two police detectives who find themselves suspended when a video of their strong-arm tactics is leaked to the media. With little money and no options, the embittered policemen descend into the criminal underworld and find more than they wanted waiting in the shadows.

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Yellowstone Season 2: First Look and Premiere Date!!

Today, Paramount Network released the official trailer for Yellowstone Season 2, which premieres Wednesday, June 19 at 10/9c.

The full-length, action-packed trailer picks up with the Dutton family still fighting for their ranch and foreshadows new dangers that threaten to upend their home and their lives.

The first season averaged 5.1 million total viewers per episode, making it 2018’s most-watched new cable series and ranking second across all cable TV series for the year.

Related: The Hills - New Beginnings Gets Premiere Date and First Look!

Starring world-renowned actor and Oscar-winner Kevin Costner, Yellowstone is co-created by critically-acclaimed, Oscar-nominated screenwriter Taylor Sheridan, and John Linson.

The impressive cast list for Yellowstone also includes Luke Grimes, Kelly Reilly, Wes Bentley, Cole Hauser, Kelsey Asbille, Brecken Merrill, Jefferson White, and Gil Birmingham.

Related: The Society First Look and Premiere Date!

Yellowstone returns to the air after its hit first season, in which it was 2018’s
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Cynthia Erivo To Lead Cast On & Co-Produce QCode Podcast ‘Carrier’ Following Firm’s Rami Malek Hit ‘Blackout’

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Exclusive: Widows and Bad Times At The El Royale star Cynthia Erivo is to lead voice cast on, and co-produce, the upcoming podcast Carrier from burgeoning La audio firm QCode, which recently launched with hit Rami Malek pod Blackout.

Erivo stars in the scripted thriller with Lamorne Morris (New Girl), Martin Starr (Silicon Valley), Lance Reddick (The Wire), Elliott Gould (Ocean’s Eight), Robert Longstreet (The Haunting Of Hill House), Dale Dickey (Hell Or High Water) and Chris Ellis (The Oath). Also in the mix are Steve Howey, Oliver Cooper, Byron Bowers and Joel McKinnon Miller.

Tony Award-winner Erivo (The Color Purple) plays a long-haul truck driver who during her all-night trip across rural America discovers she’s transporting a trailer with disturbing, mysterious contents. The seven-episode series, QCode’s second narrative show, is in post-production and aims to launch in coming months.

Writer-director is Dan Blank who was a
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In ‘Yellowstone’ Season 2 Trailer, New Dangers Loom Over the Dutton Family (Video)

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In ‘Yellowstone’ Season 2 Trailer, New Dangers Loom Over the Dutton Family (Video)
The full trailer for season two of “Yellowstone” is out, and it foreshadows new dangers facing the Dutton family in the fight to protect their ranch.

“There’s a war coming,” patriarch John Dutton (Kevin Costner) says in the trailer. “All the angels are gone, son. There’s only devils left.”

The Western drama follows the Dutton family’s struggle to protect their Montana cattle ranch, which is the largest contiguous ranch in the United States. As alliances shift and murders go unsolved, the ranch is in constant conflict with those it shares borders with — land developers, a Native American reservation and Yellowstone National Park.

Also Read: 'Yellowstone' Finale Nabs 2.4 Million Viewers, Season's Second-Highest Rating

Other cast members include Luke Grimes, Kelly Reilly, Wes Bentley, Cole Hauser, Kelsey Asbille, Brecken Merrill, Jefferson White and Gil Birmingham.

In its first season, “Yellowstone” averaged 5.1 million total viewers per episode, according to “Live + 7” data from Nielsen,
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Danny Boyle Talks Leaving ‘Bond 25’; Calls It a “Great Shame”

The development process of Bond 25 has been more tumultuous than usual, but those familiar with the Bond franchise certainly know it's been no stranger to drama over the decades. Initially for the Spectre sequel, the Bond producers were looking at hiring a fresh-faced talent to direct, with filmmakers like Yann Demange (’71) and David Mackenzie (Hell or High Water) reportedly making the shortlist. But a last-minute pitch by Oscar-winning Slumdog Millionaire director Danny Boyle spurred the producers to change direction and hire Boyle to take the helm of Bond 25, using an original story he …
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David Mackenzie leaves those Bond rumours behind for another new Spy franchise ‘Jett Day’

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Hell or High Water’ and ‘Outlaw King’ filmmaker, David Mackenzie, has entered into negotiations to take the helm on a new spy franchise ‘Jett Day’.

Dubbed as a sequel to ‘The Accountant’, the film follows a black ops agent on a mission to prevent a newly-discovered diamond mine from falling into Russian hands.

Written and produced by ‘Ozark’ creator Bill Dubuque, Warner Bros are hoping to fill the void between Bond films with this new Spy franchise to keep those audiences fulfilled until the next much-beloved Bond resurfaces for a new mission.

The studio is also hoping to enlist the services of a fresh-faced A-lister to front the franchise along the lines of a Michael B. Jordan or Channing Tatum.

Also in news – Toni Collette and Damien Lewis join cast of Dream Horse

Jon Berg and Zero Gravity’s Mark Williams will also produce. Warner Bros. executive Kevin McCormick will
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Exclusive: David Mackenzie in Talks to Direct Spy Movie ‘Jett Day’ for Warner Bros.

After being rumored to be on the shortlist of directors for Bond 25, Hell or High Water filmmaker David Mackenzie has set his sights on a different spy franchise, as he's in early talks to direct Jett Day for Warner Bros., Collider has exclusively learned. Written by Ozark creator Bill Dubuque, Jett Day follows a black ops agent on a mission to prevent a newly-discovered diamond mine from falling into Russian hands. Dubuque is expected to produce alongside Jon Berg and Zero Gravity's Mark Williams. Warner Bros. executive Kevin McCormick will oversee the project for the studio. […
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Aretha Franklin Biopic ‘Respect’ Gets Release Date From MGM

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MGM has dated its Aretha Franklin biopic Respect for August 14, 2020.

The pic, directed by Liesl Tommy and scripted by Oscar winner Callie Khouri, follows the 17-time Grammy winner from her childhood days singing in her father’s church’s choir to mega stardom and the performer of such hit songs as “Respect” and “Chain of Fools.” Dreamgirls Oscar winner Jennifer Hudson will play Franklin.

Tradecraft’s Scott Bernstein, who produced Straight Outta Compton, and Harvey Mason Jr., who has written and produced songs for both Franklin and Hudson, are producers on Respect.

Mid-August is a prime time to launch early awards-season fare, a month that’s home to such Oscar pedigree as Hell or High Water and Inglourious Basterds, to name a few. So far, the only other major studio release dated on the same day as Respect is an untitled Universal film.
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Gavin O’Connor to Direct Action-Thriller ‘Fast’ From ‘Sicario’ Writer Taylor Sheridan

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Gavin O’Connor, director of The Accountant and one-time director of Suicide Squad 2, is in talks to helm the action-thriller Fast. At one point, Siciario and Hell or High Water writer Taylor Sheridan – who also wrote the script – was hoping to direct, but couldn’t reach a deal. The story focuses on a special forces commando tasked with stopping […]

The post Gavin O’Connor to Direct Action-Thriller ‘Fast’ From ‘Sicario’ Writer Taylor Sheridan appeared first on /Film.
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2019 Oscars predictions by experts: All 8 Best Picture nominees will win at 91st Academy Awards

Thirty-three film journalists who cover Hollywood year-round are experts at predicting the Oscars. They have finalized their predictions for the 91st Academy Awards, which take place on February 24. According to our official racetrack odds, all eight Best Picture nominees will take home at least one Oscar. One of these contenders is expected to claim four awards, two will win a pair of awards and five will take home a single Oscar. No nominee will leave the Dolby theater empty-handed.

Ten-time nominee “Roma” will win four Academy Awards: Best Picture, Best Director (Alfonso Cuaron), Best Cinematography and and Best Foreign Language Film. It will be the first film in a language other than English to win the top prize in the 91-year history of the Oscars.

Two of the other Best Picture contenders are tipped to take home two Oscars each. Eight-time contender “Vice” will win Best Film Editing and Best Makeup and Hairstyling.
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Carla Hacken Inks First Look Deal With Entertainment 360

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Exclusive: Entertainment 360 has made its first overall producer deal, setting longtime executive and producer Carla Hacken and her Paper Pictures shingle to a first look deal.

After serving as Fox 2000 exec veep for 15 years and supervising films including The Devil Wears Prada, Walk The Line and Unfaithful, Hacken moved to Sidney Kimmel Entertainment and was producer or exec producer of films including Hell or High Water, The Book of Henry, Demolition and Brad’s Status. She recently transitioned to producer under her Paper Pictures banner and has developed films including Seuss, based on the life of Theodor Geisel, a film that will be directed by Wonder helmer Stephen Chbosky and financed by Endeavor Content and Sierra Affinity.

Entertainment 360 is a TV studio formed by Management 360 and Mrc. Current series on its roster include Game of Thrones, AMC’s The Terror, the Kiefer Sutherland-starrer Designated Survivor and the
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Which of the Original Screenplay nominees has the best chance to win according to recent Oscar history?

Which of the Original Screenplay nominees has the best chance to win according to recent Oscar history?
Not all original screenplays are all that ‘original.’ While the writers may not have adapted them from existing works, many ‘original screenplays’ are based on real events and real people rather than wholly made-up stories and characters. With that in mind, let’s take a look back at the Original Screenplay nominees of the last five Oscars and see what that means for this year’s hopeful nominees:

2018:

Winner: “Get Out” – Original

The Big Sick” – Original

“Lady Bird” – Original

The Shape of Water” – Original

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri” – Original

2017:

Winner: “Manchester by the Sea” – Original

Hell or High Water” – Original

La La Land” – Original

The Lobster” – Original

20th Century Women” – Original

2016:

Winner: “Spotlight” – Real Events

Bridge of Spies” – Real Events

Ex Machina” – Original

Inside Out” – Original

Straight Outta Compton” – Real Events

2015:

Winner: “Birdman” – Original

Boyhood” – Original

Foxcatcher” – Real Events

“The Grand Budapest Hotel” – Original

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Experts predict all the Best Picture nominees will win at the Oscars for first time since 2015

Experts predict all the Best Picture nominees will win at the Oscars for first time since 2015
In the first nine years of the expanded Best Picture race at the Oscars, there has only been one ceremony that saw the entire roster of contenders each winning at least one Academy Award. That was in 2015 when “Birdman” was the big winner among the eight nominees, with four awards. Our experts think that this will happen again this year, with “Roma” also taking home four Oscars including Best Picture.

As per our official racetrack odds, these journalists who cover Hollywood year-round are predicting that three other Best Picture nominee will win a pair of awards and four will take home a single Oscar.

Roma,” which is tied for first place among the Best Picture contenders with 10 bids, is predicted to win these four races: Best Picture, Best Director (Alfonso Cuaron), Best Cinematography and Best Foreign Language Film.

The co-leader for the most nominations, “The Favourite,” is tipped to take home just Original Screenplay.
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2019 Writers Guild Awards: WGA is limited as guidepost to predicting Oscars

2019 Writers Guild Awards: WGA is limited as guidepost to predicting Oscars
Don’t look for “The Favourite” to win at the WGA Awards on Sunday (Feb. 17). Only scripts written under the guild’s guidelines or those of several international partners are allowed to vie for these awards, which ruled out this Oscar frontrunner for Best Original Screenplay. That limited eligibility means that these rewards are not the most reliable barometer of the eventual Oscar nominees and winners. Indeed, in the past 10 years only 65 of the WGA nominees have numbered among the 100 screenplays that reaped Academy Awards bids.

The original screenplay WGA nominees are: “Eighth Grade,” “Green Book,” “A Quiet Place,” “Roma” and “Vice.” The Oscar frontrunner, “The Favourite,” was ineligible with the WGA. The guild picks “Eighth Grade” and “A Quiet Place” didn’t make the grade with the writers branch of the academy, which rounded out the race with “First Reformed.” Without having to face off against “The Favourite” at the WGA,
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2019 Oscars predictions by experts: 7 of the 8 Best Picture nominees will win at the 91st Academy Awards

2019 Oscars predictions by experts: 7 of the 8 Best Picture nominees will win at the 91st Academy Awards
Twenty-eight film journalists who cover Hollywood year-round are experts at predicting the Oscars. As the guild awards wrap up, they are finalizing their predictions for the 91st Academy Awards, which take place on February 24. According to our official racetrack odds, seven of the eight Best Picture nominees will take home at least one Oscar. One of these contenders is expected to claim four awards, another will win three, two more will win a pair of awards and three will take home a single Oscar. The other — seven-time nominee “Black Panther” — will leave the Dolby theater empty-handed.

Roma,” which is tied for first place among the nominees with 10 bids, is predicted to win four of those races: Best Picture, Best Director (Alfonso Cuaron), Best Cinematography and Best Foreign Language Film.

Its co-leader for the most nominations, “The Favourite,” is tipped to take home three: Best Original Screenplay, Best Costume Design and Best Production Design.
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2019 Ace Eddie Awards: Oscar rivals for Best Film Editing ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ and ‘The Favourite’ win here first

The American Cinema Editors guild divide its awards for between dramas and comedies/musicals. At the Feb. 1 ceremony we saw upsets in both races. On the comedy/musical side one of the five Oscar nominees for Best Film Editing, “The Favourite,” won over “Vice,” which has been predicted to prevail her first before going on to win at the Academy Awards. Also in that race were another Oscar contender, “Green Book,” as well as “Crazy Rich Asians”and “Deadpool 2.” Oscar nominee “Bohemian Rhapsody” won here in the drama race, against one of its Academy Awards rivals,”BlacKkKlansman” as well as the expected winner “First Man,” “Roma” and “A Star is Born.”

Ace has a good track record as a preview of the Oscar winner for Best Picture (17 out of the last 28) and a great one for forecasting who will win the Film Editing Oscar (21 of the last 28). And, not surprisingly,
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2019 Ace Eddie Awards preview: Which Oscar nominee for Best Film Editing will win here first?

The American Cinema Editors guild, which hands out its awards on Feb. 1, has a good track record as a preview of the Oscar winner for Best Picture (17 out of the last 28) and a great one for forecasting who will win the Film Editing Oscar (21 of the last 28). And, not surprisingly, it is also fairly prescient when it comes to predicting the five Film Editing Oscar slots; all of this year’s Academy Awards nominees contend for this cutting prize.

In 1992, the Eddies went from three to five nominees (matching that of the Oscars) and in 2000 it split the award in two, with five nominees for each of drama and comedy/musical. Over the past 26 years, 115 of the 130 Oscar nominees for Film Editing had first reaped a Golden Eddie bid; that is an accuracy rate of 88%.

The film editors divide their awards for editing between dramas and comedies/musicals. Oscar nominees
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