Netflix Might Have Found a Way to Compete in Cannes After All
With more clashes and twists than a telenovela, the conflicted relationship between the Cannes Film Festival and Netflix might not be completely over, after all. By showing interest in acquiring this year's opening night film, Spanish title Everybody Knows (Todos lo Saben), the streaming giant seems to have found a loophole to enter the prestigious film competition - and maybe even go home with a Palme d'Or.
Surprising Duo Céline Dion and Ryan Reynolds Perform New Deadpool 2 Song in Priceless Music Video
The legendary singer Céline Dion has teamed up with witty superhero Deadpool (Ryan Reynolds) to perform the song 'Ashes' from Deadpool 2's soundtrack - and the result, as you can imagine, is priceless. As per usual, we didn't expect anything from the Canadian singer other than an exceptional execution - the song is actually really, really good - but if you think for one second that she's the most talented artist in the official video clip of the track, wait to see the graceful stage moves of the leading man in red spandex!
James Corden Expressed Everyone’s Concerns About Kanye West and Westworld in One Sketch
One has (strangely) been making headlines for posting volatile tweets, the other - with muddled timelines and confusing developments - puzzles viewers each week on HBO. But to The Late Late Show host James Corden, Kanye West and Westworld are ultimately tarred with the same brush. On Monday night, the comedian, who along with being well-known for initiating Carpool Karaoke is also very talented at performing parody sketches, visited the land of 'Kanye Westworld', a place surprisingly blending the essence of the rapper's and the sci-fi show's oddity perfectly. Actor from the original series, Jimmi Simpson, even made an appearance to clarify that if you don't get their underlying meanings, no one else does, either.
Netflix is Ready to Buy Theaters to Get Oscar Nominations
What a few years back would have likely been regarded as a far-fetched idea is becoming a serious prospect for the streaming company to help its films win Academy Awards. A bold move that could further anger many in Hollywood who believe that Netflix's content doesn't belong in the competition. The Los Angeles Times recently revealed that the California-based streaming giant has been flirting with the idea of purchasing movie theaters in Los Angeles and New York to offer more exposure to its original movies and documentaries.