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Meme Of The Week: Twitter Has Some Suggestions For ‘Call Me By Your Name’ Sequel

The movie has an ending that's somewhat open ended. It's sad and beautiful, and, if done right, might allow for a great sequel. Twitter is here for suggestions.

Did Michael Jackson Almost Play James Bond?

According to superstar agent Michael Ovitz, had MJ pushed and gotten his way, he would’ve become the first black James Bond in the franchise’s history.

MoviePass Is Forcing Subscribers To Join Again With A New Plan

The good part about all of this is that MoviePass is trying out an unlimited subscription plan, which is the main reason why people were using MoviePass in the first place.

Cobra Kai: How The ‘Karate Kid’ Spin-Off Is A Social Parable For Our Times

Cobra Kai offers insightful commentary on a divided U.S. society, tackling issues such as gender politics, cyber-bullying, intergenerational learning and family relations.

Oscars Cancel New ‘Popular Film’ Category Because Everyone Hates The Idea

The new category left many film lovers, critics, directors, producers, and actors angry and confused over the difference between the "best popular film" award and the year’s "best film".

Rotten Tomatoes Is Overhauling Its Rating System

On Tuesday the company announced that they were making changes to address criticisms of including diverse, nontraditional voices.

Keanu Reeves And Winona Ryder Might Accidentally Be Married

“We actually got married in Dracula,” Winona Ryder said. “No, I swear to god, I think we’re actually married in real life.”

MoviePass Is Ignoring People Who Want To Cancel Their Accounts

In a sleazy move, MoviePass managed to reactivate the subscriptions of some users who cancelled their accounts due to the app's poor performance.

There’s Now An Oscar For Most Popular Film And The Internet Is Not Having It

The Academy Awards is trying to appeal to the masses by creating a new category for the most popular movie of the year.

Here’s How You Can Cancel Your Moviepass Subscription

Moviepass gained over a million users in seven weeks when they decided to commit to a subscription service that offered one movie a day for 10 bucks a month.