Justin Hartley and Director Charles Shyer Discuss Their New Film, ‘The Noel Diary’

Justin Hartley stars in and executive produces The Noel Diary, which Charles Shyer directed and co-wrote. The movie, based on the book by Richard Paul Evans, is now streaming on Netflix.

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‘The Guardians of the Galaxy: Holiday Special’ is a Heartwarming Stocking Stuffer

This year has been a busy blur for Marvel Studios. They’ve released three theatrical films and debuted four streaming series. But this year for Christmas, there’s something fans would really like from Kevin Feige. So if you can hear those sleigh bells coming around that Disney+ bend, then consider watching James Gunn‘s The Guardians of the Galaxy: Holiday Special to mark this year’s end. Because Christmas Time has come, and that means MCU joy for everyone.

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Unravelling the Mysteries of ‘Knives Out’ at the ‘Glasss Onion’ Press Conference

It’s time for another mystery folks, and Benoit Blanc, last of the gentleman sleuths, is back on the case! Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery is hitting select theaters just in time for Thanksgiving, and to celebrate, we want to take you guys into all the fun and mystery from the film’s global press conference.

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Peeling Back the Layers of ‘Glass Onion’ with Jessica Henwick and Madelyn Cline

Benoit Blanc is back! And once more, he’s investigating another shocking mystery with a group of unsavory suspects aboard an eccentric billionaire’s glass onion in Greece; words that would only make sense in a Rian Johnson whodunnit. Among this cadre of characters is Peg (Jessica Henwick), the long suffering assistant of fashion icon Birdie Jay (Kate Hudson), and Whiskey (Madelyn Cline), the girlfriend of gun-enthusiast and alt-right male-rights activist, Duke (Dave Bautista).

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Pom Klementieff Talks Mantis’ New Role in ‘The Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special’

Christmas time has come. That means toys for everyone. And for Marvel Studios fans, it means the release of their latest Special Presentation, The Guardians of the Galaxy: Holiday Special. Director James Gunn reimagines the Christmas classic film with a bit of an MCU flair and some perfectly curated needle drops that embrace everything we love about the ragtag group and the holidays, while also throwing in a few surprises as well.

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Disney+’s ‘Willow’ at its Finest with Jonathan Kasdan and Michelle Rejwan

On a beautiful Wednesday afternoon in Burbank, on the Walt Disney Studios lot — with the perfect weather for the day’s event: golden sunshine and just enough breeze — I had the very special honor of being invited to a screening of, and a Q&A with, the showrunner of Disney+’s upcoming Willow series, Jonathan Kasdan and executive producer Michelle Rejwan.

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James Marsden on Reprising His Role in ‘Disenchanted’ and the Final Season of ‘Dead to Me’

The past two days have been incredible for James Marsden fans, having him back on their screens for not one, but two projects! The actor reprises his role as Edward in Disenchanted and Ben in Dead to Me. All episodes of the third season of Dead to Me are now streaming on Netflix and you can watch Disenchanted on Disney+.

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Kal Penn on How ‘The Santa Clauses’ Appeals to New and Old Fans Alike

Kal Penn plays Simon in The Santa Clauses. The first two episodes are now streaming on Disney+. We discussed bringing back this magical world for new and old audiences, how his character fits into the story, his favorite holiday movies, and more!

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Amy Adams, Maya Rudolph, and Gabriella Baldacchino Discuss Disney’s ‘Disenchanted’

Amy Adams, Maya Rudolph, and Gabriella Baldacchino star in Disenchanted, which is the sequel to Enchanted. The live-action musical comedy is now streaming on Disney+. Adams, who is reprising her role as Giselle, also serves as a producer.

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Idina Menzel Talks Bringing a New Side of Nancy to Life in ‘Disenchanted’

Idina Menzel reprises her role as Nancy Tremaine in Disenchanted, which is the sequel to Disney’s Enchanted. The live-action musical comedy premieres on November 18, only on Disney+. You can also stream her new song, “Love Power,” from the film now.

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Freddie Prinze Jr. and Aimee Garcia on Honest Representation in ‘Christmas with You’

Freddie Prinze Jr. and Aimee Garcia star as Miguel and Angelina in Christmas with You. The new holiday movie is now streaming on Netflix.

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Peter Billingsley Discusses ‘A Christmas Story Christmas’

Peter Billingsley is reprising his iconic role of Ralphie Parker in A Christmas Story Christmas, which he also produced and co-wrote. The family comedy is a follow-up to holiday favorite, A Christmas Story, and will debut November 17 on HBO Max.

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Elizabeth Mitchell and Austin Kane on Continuing the Holiday Magic with ‘The Santa Clauses’

Elizabeth Mitchell and Austin Kane star as Carol / Mrs. Claus and Cal in The Santa Clauses. The first two episodes are now streaming on Disney+.

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Exclusive: Yara Sits with Model Alton Mason in This Week’s ‘Yara Shahidi’s Day Off’

Last week, we were thrilled to debut a new clip from Yara Shahidi’s new docu-series on Facebook Watch called Yara Shahidi’s Day Off. In last Thursday’s episode, she was able to meet with 15x chess champion Elsa Majimbo. And this week Shahidi sits down with inspirational trailblazer, model and actor Alton Mason.

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NOC Review: The Knives are Out and Sharper Than Ever in ‘Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery’

How great is it that we have a Benoit Blanc cinematic universe? Given the major critical and commercial hit that Knives Out was, it was easy to see why the demand for more adventures with Daniel Craig’s super sleuth were inevitable.

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NOC Review: When Grogu Met the Soot Sprites

It’s been three years since the first-ever Star Wars live-action series, The Mandalorian — as well as the platform it lives on, Disney+ — debuted. In celebration, viewers received a little treat, by way of a collaboration between two beloved studios.

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Director Sally El Hosaini on Showcasing the Refugee Experience in ‘The Swimmers’

The Swimmers is the powerful and visceral story of real life Syrian sisters Yusra and Sara Mardini and their journey from war-torn Syria to Germany, and Yusra’s entry into the 2016 Rio Olympics. Groundbreaking in its showcasing of a refugee story, the film takes viewers on a journey through the Mediterranean and Europe, showcasing their various trials and tribulations as the strive forward to achieve their dream.

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‘Zootopia+’ Cast and Crew on Revisiting Menagerie City

Disney+ is all about nostalgia. While it is a streaming service where you can see some of your favorite Disney classics, it is also a place that serves as a home for some new content, some of which is an updated play on your favorite films like Zootopia. And in Zootopia+, audiences hope and crawl their way back into that cute and cuddly city where predators and prey happily co-exist.

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Lindsay Lohan and Chord Overstreet Talk Netflix’s ‘Falling for Christmas’

Lindsay Lohan and Chord Overstreet star in Falling for Christmas. The new holiday rom-com premieres November 10 on Netflix. Additionally, Lohan’s cover of “Jingle Bell Rock” from the movie is available now!

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Exclusive: The Value of Prioritizing Mental Health from ‘Yara Shahidi’s Day Off’

Followers of The Nerds of Color know how much we really adore Black-ish/Grown-ish star, Yara Shahidi. She’s not only an incredibly talented actress, but also a wonderfully intelligent, hard-working individual and all around kind human being. Shahidi has recently launched her new docu-series on Facebook Watch called Yara Shahidi’s Day Off, in which she meets with her celebrity peers for fun adventures, wherein they discuss matters like culture and cuisine, to hobbies, and talents.

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New Trailer for ‘Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery’ Debuts

We’re gearing up to the debut of Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery, coming November 23 for one week to theaters, and to Netflix on December 23! The star-studded follow up to Rian Johnson’s smash 2019 hit, Knives Out features a a new whodunnit with the cheeky Benoit Blanc (Daniel Craig), this time set at a remote location in Greece with a new ensemble of wacky suspects.

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