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Netflix has released, via Vanity Fair, the first full trailer for the Jane Fonda and Robert Redford reunion “Our Souls at Night“. The film, directed by Ritesh Batra, is set to be released at the end of this month and premiered a couple of weeks back at the Venice Film Festival The film is based on the final novel by Kent Haruf and written by “The Spectacular Now” scribes Scott Neustadter and Michael H. Continue reading Robert Redford & Jane Fonda Reunite In ‘Our Souls at Night’ Trailer [Watch] at The Playlist.

TORONTO – Since Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta, also know the world over as Lady Gaga, first burst on the scene with in 2008 with the smash single “Just Dance” she’s been outspoken about her music, her life and her beliefs in public. Perhaps she was playing on a bit of a character during those early years, but eventually her true personality came to the forefront. Gaga’s fans, affectionately known as “Monsters,” believe they know their pop goddess somewhat intimately thanks to her lengthy interviews and social media interactions. Continue reading Lady Gaga Takes On Madonna, Super Bowl & Hip Pain in ‘Gaga: Five Foot Two’ [TIFF] at The Playlist.

There’s no doubt that Netflix is doing their damndest to disrupt Hollywood. Though they began as a humble DVD-by-mail service, the companyhas grown into a massive streaming service that, at least for younger audience members, practically serves as a byword for home entertainment (see “Netflix and chill” et al). And since they went into the original content game, the company have looked to be a real threat to the traditional studios, with shows like “Stranger Things” getting the kind of chatter that most blockbusters would die for, and big-name talents like Brad Pitt, Will Smith and even Martin Scorsese being wooed with the promise of big paychecks and creative freedom to make movies for the service. Continue reading 20th Century Fox Boss Stacey Snider Disses Netflix’s Original Movies at The Playlist.