Coronavirus: Actors of Soderbergh’s “Prophetic” Movie Contagion in PSA Videos

All of the PSAs were written with guidance from the medical experts who advised Soderbergh on what would become his “prophetic” 2011 movie, Contagion.

Coronavirus: Senator Rand Paul, R-Kentucky Tested Positive

Senator Rand Paul, R-Kentucky, tested positive for the COVID-19 coronavirus.

Oscar 1939: Best Supporting Actor

1939: Best Supporting Actors Thomas Mitchell, Dr. Josiah Boone, Stagecoach (winner) Brian Aherne, Emperor Maximilian von Habsburg, Juarez Harry Carey, President of the Senate, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington Brian Donlevy, Sgt. Markoff, Beau Geste Claude Rains, Senator Joseph Harrison Paine, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington 1940 Walter Brennan, Judge Roy Bean, The Westerner (winner) […]


Directed by Martin Scorsese. Starring Robert De Niro, Al Pacino, and Joe Pesci. Netflix releasing in theaters on November 1, and streaming on November 27th.

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Netflix: Movies and New Series in April

Coffee & Kareem, The Main Event, Tiger Tail, Sergio, The Willoughbys, Extraction and Rich in Love will all join the streamer’s roster in the upcoming month.

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Coronavirus Diaries: Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson Are Back in Los Angeles!

The couple were photographed driving in L.A. with Hanks behind the wheel and Wilson in the passenger seat two weeks after they were both diagnosed with coronavirus.


Blow the Man Down: New Format of Premiere Amid Coronavirus

Amazon Studios came up with a way to celebrate the release of Bridget Savage Cole and Danielle Krudy’s Blow the Man Down while respecting mandates and supporting local vendors along the way.

Cry Havoc: Richard Thorpe’s War Film About Nurses, Starring Margaret Sullavan

Cry Havoc, Richard Thorpe’s version of Allan R. Kenward’s play, Proof Thro’ the Night, depicts the experiences of nurses caught up in the Bataan retreat.

Mrs. America: Hulu New Series on Women’s Movement, Starring Cate Blanchett

Mrs. America is a fact-based story of the movement to ratify the Equal Rights Amendment, and the unexpected backlash led by Phyllis Schlafly (played by two-time Oscar winner Cate Blanchett), a conservative woman.

5th Avenue Girl (1939): La Cava’s Comedy, Starring Ginger Rogers

Gregory La Cava directed 5th Ave Girl, starring Walter Connolly as a neglected millionaire, who hires a young woman, played by Ginger Rogers, to stir things up.