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14/06/2021

When you finish a TV series or a movie, you immediately start looking for something else to watch, but finding the next one turns out a complicated task. There are times when you have watched every possible thing out there and that’s when you take a break from Netflix, HBO, Hulu or Amazon Prime. The break won’t last long, as there are lots of suggestions and not just for TV series, but for movies as well. In many countries, cinemas…

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A Brittany Murphy Documentary Is Coming to HBO Max

19/03/2021

Adocumentary delving into Brittany Murphy’s life, career, and untimely death is heading to HBO Max. The two-part series will be directed by Emmy nominee Cynthia Hill for the streaming service, Deadline reported. No release date or title has been announced yet. The docuseries promises to be “an in-depth, intimate character portrait” of the late actress, who was on the rise in the ’90s and best known for her roles in Clueless, 8 Mile, King of the Hill, Just Married, and Girl, Interrupted. HBO’s film will…

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A Tina Turner Documentary Is Coming to HBO Next Month

24/02/2021

It’s an especially good time to be a Tina Turner fan. After being recently nominated for the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, the legendary singer will also be featured in an HBO documentary, due for release next month. TINA, which promises to deliver a “revealing and intimate look” at Turner’s life and career will premiere Saturday, March 27, at 8 p.m. ET on HBO. It will also be available to stream on HBO Max. Below, see what else to know. Footage…

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HBO Reportedly Has Another Game of Thrones Spinoff in the Works

25/01/2021

Another spinoff is coming. HBO is developing a Game of Thrones prequel series, The Tales of Dunk and Egg, based on George R. R. Martin’s novellas, Variety reports. Like the source material, the hour-long episodes will likely follow characters Ser Duncan the Tall, AKA “Dunk,” and Aegon V Targaryen, AKA “Egg,” 90 years before the events depicted on GoT. However, HBO hasn’t publicly confirmed the plans yet. The news arrives almost two years after Thrones ended (to less than favorable reviews), and amidst the production of another GoT spinoff, House of the Dragon.…

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Even If ‘Leaving Neverland’ Judge Rules in Favor of Michael Jackson Estate, HBO Lawsuit Is Far From Over

24/09/2019

A federal judge in Los Angeles on Thursday (Sept. 19) indicated he was leaning towards granting a request by Michael Jackson’s estate requiring HBO be bound by a 1992 arbitration agreement rather than allowing a lawsuit over Leaving Neverland to continue in the federal court system. While arbitration proceedings are usually private, Jackson’s attorneys have make the unusual request of wanting to hold public arbitration. The lawsuit filed March 3 by Michael Jackson Estate against HBO over Leaving Neverland has taken some unusual turns and…

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What to expect from the return of Gossip Girl

30/07/2019

Gossip Girl fans expecting to see the return of their favourite characters in the upcoming HBO reboot may end up slightly disappointed, as the new series won’t feature any of them. That’s because the reboot actually isn’t a reboot. Speaking to press at the Television Critics Association summer tour, executive producer Josh Schwartz explained that the new show will instead be a “continuation of that world”, introducing all-new characters. “There aren’t, like, new actors playing Serena and Blair. It’s not a remake. [It’s] a continuation…

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Travel Destinations for Game of Thrones Superfans Who Love Design

19/04/2019

HBO’s Game of Thrones is certainly superlative in a number of areas, as any die-hard “thronie” can attest. Apart from having one of the largest production budgets of any TV show in history—each episode of the final season is rumored to clock in at around $15 million—the show is also notable for its breadth of filming locations, many of which shot simultaneously during the show’s eight-season run. Westeros, the fictional continent that GoT characters inhabit, has climates ranging from the freezing and barren terrain home…

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