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What’s New On Netflix January 2018



Netflix’s new releases for January 2018 are actually pretty damn good and worth binging. There is a lot more content leaving than usual to go along with an unprecedented amount of new (and old) titles arriving. Expect more of this as the streaming services grow into themselves a bit more, and other media entities decide they want to go their own way in the streaming realm.

For one, you now have just over a month to watch the entire series of Lost. Get on that if you haven’t. Horror-heads should get their fill in of the Saw franchise as well.

Thankfully what’s coming to Netflix should outweight what’s leaving. For one, the freaking Godfather! parts 1 2 AND 3.  Then there’s also a whole roster of Batman movies to enjoy: BatmanBatman ReturnsBatman Forever (don’t sleep on this one), and Batman Begins.

Available January 1

• 10,000 B.C.
• 30 Days of Night
• Age Of Shadows
• AlphaGo
• America’s Sweethearts
• Apollo 13
• Batman
• Batman & Robin
• Batman Begins
• Batman Forever
• Batman Returns
• Breakfast at Tiffany’s
• Bring It On
• Bring It On Again
• Bring It On: All or Nothing
• Bring It On: Fight to the Finish
• Bring It On: In It to Win It
• Caddyshack
• Defiance
• Definitely, Maybe
• The Dukes of Hazzard
• The Exorcism of Emily Rose
• The First Time
• Furry Vengeance
• The Godfather
• The Godfather: Part II
• The Godfather: Part III
• How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days
• The Italian Job
• Justin Bieber: Never Say Never
• King Kong
• Lethal Weapon
• Lethal Weapon 2
• Lethal Weapon 3
• Lethal Weapon 4
• License to Wed
• Like Water for Chocolate
• Love Actually
• The Lovely Bones
• Maddman: The Steve Madden Story
• Marie Antoinette
• Martin Luther: The Idea that Changed the World
• Midnight in Paris
• Monsters vs. Aliens
• National Treasure
• Sharknado 5: Global Swarming
• The Shawshank Redemption
• Stardust
• Strictly Ballroom
• Training Day
• Treasures From the Wreck of the Unbelievable
• Troy
• The Truman Show
• The Vault
• Wedding Crashers
• Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory

Available January 2

• Mustang Island
• Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales
• Rent

Available January 5

• Before I Wake
• Rotten

Available January 8

• The Conjuring

Available January 10

• 47 Meters Down (a.k.a. In The Deep)
• Alejandro Riaño: Especial de stand up
• Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie

Available January 12

• The Man Who Would Be Polka King
• The Polka King 
• Tom Segura: Disgraceful

Available January 14

• Wild Hogs

Available January 15

• Rehenes
• Unrest

Available January 16

• Dallas Buyers Club
• Katt Williams: Great America

Available January 18

• Bad Day for the Cut

Available January 19

• The Open House

Available January 23

• Todd Glass: Act Happy

Available January 24

• Ricardo Quevedo: Hay gente así

Available January 25

• Acts of Vengeance

Available January 26

• A Futile and Stupid Gesture
• Sebastián Marcelo Wainraich
• Mau Nieto: Viviendo sobrio… desde el bar

Available January 29

• The Force

Available January 30

• Death Race: Beyond Anarchy

Available January 31

• Cars 3


Joaquin Phoenix Breaks Down His Thoughts On The Joker Role



Joaquin Phoenix is reportedly gearing up to play The Joker in a new origin story for Warner Bros. Heath Ledger’s classic performance as the Joker in Christopher Nolans Dark Knight brought the character to a new height in popularity.
Phoenix was recently asked his thoughts on following Ledger’s performance.

“I don’t know about that movie or character specifically, but I was thinking about it’s interesting with comics there’s different writers and artists that come on. It’s different than this character from literature being uniquely that. There are different interpretations. It’s so interesting; I was just thinking about it today, it seems so unique in some ways to comic books. I think there’s probably room for that. Maybe it’s like doing a play, like you always hear about people doing something, ‘You should have seen this actor in this performance,’ but then other actors do it and it’s a different kind of film. I think that genre, comic books, kind of lends itself to having different people play the same character and interpret it in a different way. It’s kind of built into the source material in some ways. I think it’s cool when people do that.”

VIA: Collider

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The Best Things About The Deadpool 2 Final Trailer



Deadpool 2’s so-called final trailer has everything fans could want: Confirmation of a few new X-Men characters, plenty of Cable and Deadpool cross chatter and, of course, a dig at Warner Bros. slate of DC Comics movie adaptations.

“You’re no fuckin’ hero,” Josh Brolin’s Cable growls at our anti-hero, “You’re just a clown dressed up as a sex toy.”

Everything about the trailer is filled with Deadpool’s classic humor with better action. We also learn a couple of things about the movie.

Cable Is The Bad Guy?

Honestly, we don’t know that. But he looks badass and won’t be stopped.  In this final trailer, he does indeed seem like he is at odds with Wade/Deadpool, as Cable is trying to (possibly?) kill a kid, who Deadpool thinks needs protecting. “Pump the hate brakes, Thanos,” quips Deadpool to the camera (you know, because Brolin is also playing the big baddie in the upcoming Avengers: Infinity War movie).


Deadpool Needs Help To Stop Cable

Wade realizes he can’t beat Cable on his own, so he’s going to form his own “super duper fucking group,” to which T.J. Miller’s Weasel replies, “It’s time to get back on LinkedIn.” Brilliant. For all of Miller’s current personal woes and allegations leveled at him, he still looks hilarious in this, sparring with Ryan Reynolds. We finally learn that Terry Crews is the mutant Bedlum. But who really steals the show is Peter, just an ordinary dude that responded to an ad.


Domino Is Lucky ASF

Domino’s superpowers are luck. Those superpowers fail to impress Deadpool and Weasel during the interview.
The way her powers are portrayed on screen are definitely “cinematic,” that’s for damn sure.

Also the movie diverges from the Comic with her siding with Deadpool before she meets Cable.



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Denzel Is Ready For War In Equalizer 2 Trailer



Denzel Washington will be returning for his first-ever sequel, The Equalizer 2.

In the first film, Robert McCall (Denzel Washington), a man of mysterious origin who believes he has put the past behind him, dedicates himself to creating a quiet new life. However, when he meets Teri (Chloë Grace Moretz), a teenager who has been manhandled by violent Russian mobsters, he simply cannot walk away. With his set of formidable skills, McCall comes out of self-imposed retirement and emerges as an avenging angel, ready to take down anyone who brutalizes the helpless.

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Director Antoine Fuqua is also set to return. This will be the fourth film Denzel and Fuqua will team up for. The first installment grossed over $200 million during its theatrical release.

The Equalizer 2 will be in theaters July 20, 2018.

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