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Guy Ritchie and Star-Studded Movie Now on Netflix

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Director Guy Ritchie’s hit movie: “The Gentlemen” is now streaming on the platform as announced by Netflix. Along with the cast full of stars, it would almost be impossible to shy away from checking out the movie.

Good Movie, Good Reviews

People are ecstatic online over the Netflix announcement from last week, which was made on January 7th. Not to mention, Google has given the movie a 4.5/5 star rating based on nearly 4,000 reviews.

All The Hype

Lots of people loved the movie during its release and they still love it now. The movie has been nothing short of great and only good things can come of the news released by the streaming platform.

Be sure to check out the movie’s trailer here and for those about to see the movie, you might get hooked on it as well.

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A Sequel for One of Ryan Reynold’s Worst Films is Set to Come

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According to the Motion Picture Association, despite being an unquestionable box office flop with a 12% rating on Rotten Tomatoes and a 25% rating on Metacritic, one of Ryan Reynolds’ worst films has managed to get a sequel.

Not Much

He won’t be making any contributions to the R.I.P.D. sequel, which was announced in the Motion Picture Association’s weekly announcement of new film ratings.

A Surprising Announcement

It’s a huge shock that Universal Pictures is planning a sequel to a comic book adaptation that had mixed reviews and only made $78 million against a $130 million budget.

Director Paul Leyden is on board for the direct-to-video film R.I.P.D. 2: Rise Of The Damned, which stars Richard Fleeshman, Jake Choi, Kerry Knuppe, and Stephanie Levi-John.

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Sadie Sink Wins Best Supporting Actress Award

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This past weekend, on August 14, Stranger Things star Sadie Sink won the Hollywood Critics Association (HCA) TV Award for Best Supporting Actress in a Dramatic Streaming Series. Fans of the show have lauded her for playing Max Mayfield in the most recent season of Stranger Things.

A Stellar Performance

The HCA TV prize is proof positive of the appreciation Sink has received for her depiction of Max Mayfield’s internal conflict. Fans and journalists alike have praised Sink for her outstanding work in the episode “Dear Billy.”

Making Every Effort Known

Sadie Sink delivered her acceptance speech virtually since she was unable to accept the prize in person. She expressed her appreciation for the commitment of the viewers to supporting the show as well as the Hollywood Critics Association. Her admiration for the cast and crew’s dedication to the season’s production was also evident in her words.

Make sure you check out the video of it right here! Credits go the Glitter Magazine for the video of Sadie Sink accepting the award!

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Jennette McCurdy on Her Eating Condition While Portraying a Character Who Was “Obsessed” with Food

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When Jennette McCurdy was fighting eating issues, the actress talked openly about portraying a “food-obsessed” persona.

What Was She Feeling?

She was always hungry, according to the running joke in the comedy, and was frequently shown either looking for food or holding it in her hand.

There is an entire compilation on YouTube that is dedicated to Sam eating.

It couldn’t have been further from the truth for McCurdy, who is best known for playing Sam Puckett in the Nickelodeon comedy iCarly. The 30-year-old was struggling with severe eating issues while the series was being filmed.

The performer claims in her new book, “I’m Glad My Mom Died,” that she became addicted to eating as a result of pressure from her mother to portray a specific way.

Speaking to the Hollywood Reporter, McCurdy admitted that while it was difficult to discuss her character’s obsession with food with the show’s creators, she can now see the humour in it.

Since I had potentially fatal eating issues at the time, she said, “I grappled with my character being so focused on food.”

That kind of juxtaposition is just completely my sense of humour, where there is something incredibly tragic that is accentuated by something that is really polished. It’s hilarious, but now I understand it as the great gift of comedic gold that it is.

Her Thoughts

She was always hungry, according to the running joke in the comedy, and was frequently shown looking for food or holding it in her hand.

There is an entire compilation on YouTube that is dedicated to Sam eating.

It couldn’t have been further from the truth for McCurdy, who is best known for playing Sam Puckett in the Nickelodeon comedy iCarly. The 30-year-old was struggling with severe eating issues while filming the series.

The performer claims in her new book, “I’m Glad My Mom Died,” that she became addicted to eating as a result of pressure from her mother to portray a specific way.

Speaking to the Hollywood Reporter, McCurdy admitted that while it was difficult to discuss her character’s obsession with food with the show’s creators, she can now see the humour in it.

Since I had potentially fatal eating issues at the time, she said, “I grappled with my character being so focused on food.”

That kind of juxtaposition is just wholly my sense of humour, where there is something incredibly tragic that is accentuated by something that is really polished. It’s hilarious, but now I understand it as the great gift of comedic gold that it is.

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