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These are the 25 must-see films to watch on Netflix right now

22/05/2020

Blessed be Netflix, especially at a time like this when a trip to the cinema seems like a distant memory. The government has practically ordered that you boost your film knowledge from the comfort of your own home, and the hallowed ground of Netflix is the best place to do it. Whether you want a laugh and a bit of comedy escapism from a childhood favourite, a jolly good cry to vent any anxious feelings or are looking to watch on…

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Everything Coming To Netflix on May 2020

30/04/2020

For once, there may actually be people in the world who have worked through their entire Netflix queues. With people staying home around the world and Netflix releasing bingeable reality television featuring hot people overcoming their weaknesses, the company is busier than ever. Cue: The Big Netflix Purge. When the list of “To-Watch” shows has run dry, Netflix introduces a whole new lot. Out with the old, in with the new. This month, it’s a combination of brand new films and television, some…

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Michelle Obama Is Getting Her Own Netflix Documentary

29/04/2020

ichelle Obama is getting the documentary treatment. The former First Lady and author is the focus of the new film Becoming, which follows the period of change in her life after her husband Barack Obama’s presidency. Named after her best-selling memoir released in 2018, the events on camera are an intimate portrayal of Michelle on her 34-city book tour, meeting and sharing stories with communities across the country. Nadia Hallgren (She’s the Ticket, After Maria) directs. Here’s what to know about the project. IT PREMIERES…

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Here’s Everything Coming to Netflix in April

31/03/2020

Now more than ever is probably the best time for a Netflix bingeing marathon, so prepare yourself and your laptop screen for an influx of new releases next month. You’ll be able to stream The Perks of Being a Wallflower for a nostalgia-inducing watch. If you’re craving something more action-driven, The Matrix and its two sequels will also be at your disposal. And, of course, there will be loads of new comedy specials to keep you laughing through the weeks ahead, from The Iliza Shlesinger…

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The Crown Casts Imelda Staunton as Its Next Queen Elizabeth II

01/02/2020

Months after rumors first broke, Netflix has confirmed that British actress Imelda Staunton will portray the queen in the fifth season of The Crown. She’ll follow Oscar winner Olivia Colman, who’s portraying the monarch for Seasons 3 and 4. The streaming service also confirmed that Season 5 will be the show’s last, which means there are only two more seasons of the hit series to come. “I have loved watching The Crown from the very start,” Staunton said in a statement. “As an…

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Movies That Will Definitely Make You Cry

28/11/2019

There are times when we only want to stay home doing nothing or better say “nothing” can be translated into “watching Netflix all day long”. After watching every possible TV series, we keep thinking about old movies that we used to watch and probably would not mind watching again. Sometimes we really need a good cry, because we did not enjoy the week at all due to the stress at work or university, or we had an argument with someone…

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Priyanka Chopra to star in new Netflix movie

06/09/2019

We can expect to see Priyanka Chopra on our small screens very soon; she’s just landed a starring role in a new Netflix film. Chopra revealed she has been cast in The White Tiger, an adaptation of the Man Booker prize-winning novel by Aravind Adiga. The book tells the story of a young village boy, Balram Halwai, who seeks a life of freedom outside of the impoverished India he was born into. Chopra will both star in and executive produce the…

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‘One Hundred Years of Solitude’ Is Coming to Netflix

05/09/2019

Back in March, Netflix announced that it had acquired the rights to develop Gabriel García Márquez’s seminal novel “One Hundred Years of Solitude” more than 50 years after it was originally published, in 1967. It will be the first time the novel is adapted for the screen. It was not for lack of interest. In a recent call, the Nobel Prize winning novelist’s son Rodrigo García who will be an executive producer on the project along with his brother Gonzalo,…

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What to watch on Netflix in September

27/08/2019

Netflix has somehow stolen our time, because as soon as we have some spare time, we do not think about anything else besides watching something on Netflix. The platform has become very important for us, because it broadcasts some of the most famous movies and TV Series out there, like “La Casa de Papel”, “Stranger Things”, “The Crown”, “Narcos”, “Dark”, “Mindhunter”, “Friends” etc. As August is coming to an end, a new season is beginning and that means we will…

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The Best TV Shows and Movies Coming to Netflix in June

29/05/2019

The ever-reliable viewing pool that is Netflix has once again delivered the goods for June 2019, with a slew of new shows and movies coming soon. The streaming service has announced its June lineup, revealing a mix of intriguing foreign films, delightfully cheesy original films and old-favourite blockbusters. While May 2019’s additions were impressive, June’s releases have upped the ante even further. From tried-and-tested favourites, to slightly riskier options (you won’t know until you try!), here’s what you’ll be watching on Netflix…

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