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Netflix teamed up with Latin American YouTubers to create three Little Black Mirror mini-stories, but they’re only available in Latin America.

The Little Black Mirror series is a promotional campaign aimed at Spanish-speaking audiences, according to a report from Variety. Netflix confirmed to Mashable that the videos, which will be published on the Netflix América Latina YouTube channel, are only available in Latin American countries and will not be released in English.

That’s a bit of a bummer for Black Mirror fans outside of Latin America. But hey, you’re not the target here.

Little Black Mirror stars actors and YouTube personalities Alesso, Delaney Glazer, Anwar Jibawi, Rudy Mancuso, Maia Mitchell, Lele Pons, Hannah Stocking, Jeff Wittek, and Juanpa Zurita. Mancuso, who saw massive popularity on Vine, directed the three episodes and scored the music for them.

For those who live in Latin American countries, the episodes will be dropping May 26, June 2, and June 6.

The fifth season of Black Mirror arrives on Netflix June 5.

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Your horror opinions? Garbage. My horror opinions? THE PERFECTION.
Your horror opinions? Garbage. My horror opinions? THE PERFECTION.
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The following is a spoiler-free review of Netflix’s The Perfection.

After months of critic hype and fervent fan speculation, Netflix’s mysterious and controversial The Perfection finally began streaming on Friday — and already, it’s tearing the horror community apart. 

As vast and as varied as the many things that scare us, horror fans are a unique bunch. Whether you’re dealing with a pack of Conjuring stans or an offbeat group of indie pushers, nailing down exactly what will (and what won’t) satisfy any given audience can be tricky. 

So, The Perfection just tried all of it.

Without getting into any spoilers, here’s a simplified premise: Charlotte Willmore (Allison Williams), a classically trained cellist struggling to cope with the passing of her mother, returns to the performance world after an extended hiatus. There she re-encounters her former music instructor Anton (Steven Weber), his wife Paloma (Alaina Huffman), and fellow prodigy Elizabeth (Logan Browning). Then, things get batshit.

Just when you think you know what this movie reminds you of, it’s mutating into something else.

Original, surprising, unique, bizarre, revolting, and sexy, this feminist fright sent straight from the bowels of hell will extract reactions from you like a deranged dentist pulling teeth. Delivering punch after punch, the beats of The Perfection are consistently jarring, but jarringly inconsistent. 

In one moment, you’re watching a bad Black Swan spin-off. The next, you’re knee-deep in body horror à la The Fly. After that, you’re reliving a scene from 127 Hours, a couple of scenes from Boxing Helena, and every last one of the Allison Williams-starring Get Out moments we’ve come to know and love. (Okay, minus the Froot Loops.)

Equal parts chunky and silky, the resulting horror blend that is The Perfection is something so new and surprising that you can’t help but be awestruck by it. It’s an assault on the senses and sensibilities — relying not only on shocking your adrenaline levels, but subverting the genre’s own referential rolodex to keep you off balance. Just when you think you know what this movie reminds you of, it’s mutating into something else.

1 in 2 cellists loved ‘The Perfection.’

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Anyone who sees The Perfection will feel strongly about it. You might love it, you might hate it, you might not even know if you loved it or hated it. (I, for one, intend to watch this film at least 10 more times before rendering a full opinion — and still can’t be sure if that’s an endorsement or a red flag.)

In its final form, this one-of-a-kind genre Frankenstein is a stand-out terror in an increasingly inventive and competitive field. Controversial, slippery, and sickening, The Perfection will get you screaming, then talking. 

The Perfection is now streaming on Netflix

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Céline Dion has a song for every moment, as you’ll see in her appearance on another episode of Carpool Karaoke.

The Canadian singer joined James Corden for a cruise through Las Vegas, where they sang her biggest hits including “It’s All Coming Back to Me Now,” “Because You Loved Me,” “The Power Of Love,” and love it or hate it, a cover of “Baby Shark.”

The pair also perform a full-blown Titanic tribute singing “My Heart Will Go On” in the middle of the Bellagio fountain, so buckle up.

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The old Daenerys can't come to the phone right now. Her dragons are dead!
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“I had the time of my life fighting dragons with you” Taylor Swift sang years ago.

But it seems the Game of Thrones references run deeper than just dragon imagery. In a new interview, Swift explains that the HBO juggernaut was definitely in her head while writing reputation

“A lot of the songs [on reputation] were influenced by the show,” she told Entertainment Weekly.

Swift has always written semi-autobiographical music, but between 1989 and reputation she became a Thrones fan and couldn’t shake the show’s impact.

“These songs were half based on what I was going through, but seeing them through a Game of Thrones filter. ‘Look What You Made Me Do’ is literally Arya Stark’s kill list,” she said, adding that it also has notes of Daenerys and Cersei. (We figured that one out back when the song dropped, if we can pat ourselves on the back for a moment).

She named other explicit examples; “King of My Heart” refers to Daenerys and Khal Drogo (complete with vaguely Dothraki drumming), and “I Did Something Bad” is Sansa and Arya’s conspiracy against Littlefinger. 

Swift met writers and actors from the show after becoming a fan, but resisted the temptation to share her little secret.

“At the time, I was making reputation and I didn’t talk about it in interviews, so I didn’t reveal that a lot of the songs were influenced by the show,” she said.

Per EW, Swift said that reputation explores not only sweet, sweet revenge, but the desire to find “something sacred throughout all the battle cries.”

“You find yourself identifying with different characters several times an episode,” Swift said, praising the show. “You go from hating someone to loving someone. You see someone as cold, and then you see the reasons behind why they do what they do. I just feel so lucky to exist when Game of Thrones is coming out.”

Don’t we all, Taylor.

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'The Handmaid's Tale' Season 3 premieres 6/5 on Hulu.
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No matter your plans this June, Hulu is ready to start the summer off right. 

Heading to sleep away camp? Flip on the first eight installments of the Friday the 13thfranchise while you pack. A terrifying throwback camp-y enough for a Met Gala invite (sorry), the original Jason Voorhees films are perfect fodder for any summer nightmare.

Preparing for a summer internship? Consider Aline Brosh McKenna’s The Devil Wears Prada. Starring Anne Hathaway, Emily Blunt, and Meryl Streep, this aughts classic will make you (and your daily coffee fetching) feel seen. 

Hoping to get in on some summer lovin’? Turn to the life story of esteemed sex therapist Dr. Ruth Westheimer, as told in Hulu’s new documentary Ask Dr. Ruth, for some grounded inspiration.

Got other plans? Check out everything coming to and going from Hulu in June 2019 below.

Top Pick: The Handmaid’s Tale: Season 3

For good or for bad, we’re back in Gilead starting June 5.

We can’t say exactly what to expect from Handmaid’s: Season 3 quite yet, but we do know what star and executive Elisabeth Moss is wishing for. 

“I hope [June’s] gonna go back and fuck some shit up. For real this time,” Elisabeth Moss said in a Q&A last summer. 

“I think she’s had enough. I’ve had enough. We’ve all had enough.” Amen, sister.

The Handmaid’s Tale: Season 3 premieres on Hulu 6/5.


100 Things to do Before High School (6/1)
A Brilliant Young Mind (6/1)
A Walk on the Moon (6/15)
Along Came a Spider (6/1)
American Loser (6/1)
American Psycho (6/1)
And You Thought Your Parents Were Weird! (6/1)
Antitrust (6/1)
Ask Dr. Ruth (6/1)
Battle Ground (6/1)
Behind Enemy Lines (6/1)
Best Player (6/1)
Blaze You Out (6/1)
Body of Evidence (6/1)
Brown Sugar (6/1)
Center Stage (6/1)
Cougars, Inc. (6/1)
Dante’s Peak (6/1)
Diane (6/28)
District 9 (6/4)
Dragonheart (6/1)
Dragonheart: A New Beginning (6/1)
Dysfunktional Family (6/1)
Emperor (6/1)
Eulogy (6/1)
Existenz (6/1)
F/X (6/1)
F/X 2 (6/1)
Flawless (6/1)
Fluke (6/1)
Free Money (6/1)
Friday the 13th (6/1)
Friday the 13th – Part II (6/1)
Friday the 13th – Part III (6/1)
Friday the 13th – Part IV: The Final Chapter (6/1)
Friday the 13th – Part V: A New Beginning (6/1)
Friday the 13th – Part VI: Jason Lives (6/1)
Friday the 13th – Part VII: The New Blood (6/1)
Friday the 13th – Part VIII: Jason Takes Manhattan (6/1)
Fun Size (6/1)
Godsend (6/1)
Hamlet (6/1)
Hart’s War (6/1)
Highlander IV: Endgame (6/15)
Hitman (6/1)
Hurley (6/24)
I Still See You (6/11)
Independence Day (6/1)
Italian for Beginners (6/1)
Jackass 3 (6/4)
Jennifer 8 (6/1)
Jinxed (6/1)
Juliet, Naked (6/24)
Kindergarten Cop (6/1)
Kinky Boots (6/1)
Legends of the Hidden Temple (6/1)
Less Than Zero (6/1)
Liar, Liar Vampire (6/1)
Lost and Delirious (2001)
Marvin’s Room (6/15)
Mission: Impossible (6/1)
Next Day Air (6/1)
Next Stop Wonderland (6/15)
Night of the Living Dead 3D (6/1)
Night of the Living Dead: Resurrection (6/1)
No Strings Attached (6/14)
NYC Underground (6/1)
One Crazy Cruise (6/1)
Out of the Blue (6/21)
Patriot Games (6/1)
Planes, Trains and Automobiles (6/1)
Point Break (6/1)
Poseidon (6/1)
Private Parts (6/1)
Reindeer Games (6/1)
Reservoir Dogs (6/1)
Revenge of the Nerds II: Nerds in Paradise (6/1)
Ride (6/1)
Rounders (6/1)
Rufus (6/1)
Rufus 2 (6/1)
Rugrats Tales from the Crib: Snow White (6/1)
Rugrats Tales from the Crib: Three Jacks and a Beanstock (6/1)
Semi-Pro (6/1)
Shakespeare in Love (6/6)
Still Waiting (6/1)
Straw Dogs (6/1)
Tadpole (6/15)
The 13th Warrior (6/1)
The Ant Bully (6/1)
The Big Wedding (6/1)
The Boy Who Cried Werewolf (6/1)
The Burbs (6/1)
The Crazies (6/1)
The Devil Wears Prada (6/1)
The Doors (6/1)
The Ghost Writer (6/1)
The Gift (6/1)
The Good Shepherd (6/16)
The Letter (6/1)
The Lonely Man (6/1)
The Mighty (6/1)
The People vs. George Lucas (6/1)
The Puffy Chair (6/1)
The Rocky Horror Picture Show: Let’s Do the Time Warp Again (6/1)
The Secret of NIMH (6/1)
The Spy Who Dumped Me (6/29)
The Surrogate (6/1)
To Live and Die in L.A. (6/1)
True Grit (6/30)
Vice (6/10)
Vox Lux (6/3)
Waiting… (6/1)
Wonderland (6/1)


12 Monkeys: Season 4 (6/15)
Card Sharks: Series Premiere (6/13)
Celebrity Family Feud: Season 5 Premiere (6/10)
Das Boot: Season 1 (6/17)
Family Food Fight: Series Premiere (6/21)
First Responders Live: Series Premiere (6/13)
Good Trouble: Season 2 Premiere (6/19)
Grand Hotel: Series Premiere (6/18)
Holey Moley: Series Premiere (6/21)
Into The Dark: They Come Knocking: Episode 9 Premiere (6/7)
Match Game: Season 5 Premiere (6/13)
Press Your Luck: Series Premiere (6/13)
Reef Break: Series Premiere (6/21)
So You Think You Can Dance: Season 16 Premiere (6/11)
Spin the Wheel: Series Premiere (6/21)
Star vs. The Forces of Evil: Season 4 (6/18)
The $100,000 Pyramid: Season 4 Premiere (6/10)
The Handmaid’s Tale: Season 3 Premiere (6/5)
The Riveras: Season 3 (6/16)
The Wall: Series Premiere (6/21)
The Weekly: Series Premiere (6/3)
To Tell the Truth: Season 4 Premiere (6/10)

Available with the STARZ premium add-on:

The Rook: Series Premiere (6/30)

Available with the SHOWTIME premium add-on:

City on a Hill: Series Premiere (6/16)
The Loudest Voice: Series Premiere (6/30)

Expiring on 6/30

1492: Conquest of Paradise
20 Weeks
27 Alien Encounters
Akeelah and the Bee
American Ghost Hunter
American Meth
Bakery in Brooklyn
Barton Fink
Bible Conspiracies
Big Fat Liar
Blown Away
Christmas Crush
Christmas in Wonderland
Cold Mountain

Days of Thunder

Dear Santa
Double Team

Eastern Promises
Easy Rider
Everything Must Go
Happy Feet
Heaven’s Gate
I Think I Love My Wife
Jim Norton: Please Be Offended
Kill the Irishman
Killer Legends
Liberty Stands Still
License to Drive
Like Mike
Paranormal Activity
Primal Fear
Project Nim
Six Degrees of Separation

Soldiers of the Damned
Stories We Tell
Sunshine Cleaning
Surf’s Up

Surf’s Up 2: Wave Mania

Uninvited Guest
Up in Smoke

White Noise
Yours, Mine & Ours
Zathura: A Space Adventure

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Taron Egerton in 'Rocketman'.
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The summer movie season is upon us, flooding our theaters with intriguing new releases. So here we are to help you navigate that storm, with a look ahead at some of the most exciting titles to come. 

Feeling overwhelmed in your day-to-day life is generally a bad thing, sure. But feeling overwhelmed at the movies? Sometimes, that’s exactly what you want.

Whether you’re eager to feel triumphant or terrified, passionate or perplexed, there’s something out there for you. Here’s what to watch if you want to feel feelings … 

… and you’re looking for inspiration: Knock Down the House (May 1)

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez in ‘Knock Down the House’.

Image: Sundance Institute

The ending of Knock Down the House is a foregone conclusion, since it covers elections that took place in 2018. But this documentary is less about any one race or candidate (though Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez understandably draws attention) than it is the movement that’s swept all these women to the fore. You’ll leave with tears in your eyes, a smile on your face, and your fist in the air.

… and you want to swoon: The Sun Is Also a Star (May 17)

You don’t have to believe in fate to fall under the spell of a really good movie about it, and the Sun Is Also a Star has some powerful magic going for it indeed. Yara Shahidi and Charles Melton star as a pair of impossibly beautiful young people drawn together after a chance encounter in New York, even as their circumstances threaten to tear them apart for good. 

… and Elton John gets you: Rocketman (May 31)

Rocketman‘s epic soundtrack is a given, since it’s an Elton John biopic with permission to use Elton John’s music. Even more intriguing, however, may be Taron Egerton’s performance. That’s really him singing as John, and he sounds fantastic. (The real John thinks so, too.) Dexter Fletcher, who helped steer Bohemian Rhapsody after Bryan Singer’s departure, helms this slightly fantastical tale of genius and fame. 

… and you wanna be creeped out: Ma (May 31)

Every unsettling suspicion you’ve ever had about grown-ups who spend way too much time hanging with teens proves true in Ma, starring Octavia Spencer as a middle-aged woman who takes an overly intense interest in her young new friends. Spencer’s rarely looked this creepy, which is part of the fun: Who’d have thought she had it in her?

… and that feeling is WTF: Yesterday (June 28)

Yesterday has the kind of premise that’ll have you replicating the white guy blinking gif irl: A struggling musician (Himesh Patel) wakes up in a world where nobody’s heard of the Beatles. But it’s got a solid team in director Danny Boyle and screenwriter Richard Curtis, a rising star in Patel, and a soundtrack that should prove absolutely irresistible to anyone watching from a universe in which the Beatles still exist.

… and you’re prepared to get dark: Nightingale (August 2)

Aisling Franciosi in ‘The Nightingale’.

Image: Kasia Ladczuk / Sundance Institute

The Babadook director Jennifer Kent is back with another brutal, bruising piece — though of a completely different sort. Nightingale is a revenge thriller set in 19th century Tasmania, following an Irish woman (Aisling Franciosi) out for blood after a horrific encounter with a British lieutenant (Sam Claflin). By all accounts, it’s a tough watch, but a worthwhile one.

Our 2019 summer movie preview continues all week long. Here’s what to watch if… 

Monday: … you’re looking to laugh
Tuesday: … you feel the need for speed
Wednesday: … you’re with the family
Thursday: … you want to feel something
Friday: … you just want the best

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'Cats' star Jennifer Hudson performs 'Memory' at CinemaCon.
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When news broke that the hit Broadway musical Cats would be made into a major motion picture, the questions on everyone’s minds were “What?” and “How?”

On Wednesday at CinemaCon, we finally got some answers.

Although Universal Pictures did not present any footage from the film, we were treated to a behind-the-scenes reel revealing some crucial details about the show. Here’s what you need to know about Tom Hooper’s Cats

The cats will be created through motion capture

On stage, the cats of Cats are portrayed by humans in tight, colorful, vaguely cat-like costumes. In the movie, they’ll be done in CG through the magic of motion capture. “I wanted to come up with a 2019 version that was fully our own,” says Hooper in the reel, touting the cutting-edge “digital fur technology” at use here.

The stars have clearly committed; we saw footage of actors like Taylor Swift (Bombalurina), Idris Elba (Macavity), Judi Dench (Old Deuteronomy), and Ian McKellen (Gus) practicing their dance moves and running around the set in mo-cap suits. 

Because we didn’t see any finished footage, how any of them will actually look as cats, once all is said and done, remains to be seen. But it can’t be weirder than the Broadway costumes, right?

The cats are, well, cat-sized

Oh, and about those sets: They’re made to look extra-large so that the human actors will look extra-small — that is, cat-sized. “Everything is three or four times bigger than it would usually be, from a cat perspective,” Elba explained in the sizzle reel.

That means everyone is leaping around on chairs that stand about 10 feet high, and slipping through doors that might be 20 feet high. Honestly, that part of it looks kind of trippy.

The music will stay true to the original stage show

Don’t worry, theater fans: “We’re staying true to the brilliant music Andrew Lloyd Webber wrote,” Hooper says. 

As if to drive that point home, Universal’s CinemaCon panel ended with Jennifer Hudson, who plays Grizabella, taking the stage to perform a lovely version of the character’s signature tune, “Memory.” 

It’s got Hamilton‘s choreographer

The dancing, on the other hand, might get a shake-up. As was reported last year, Andy Blankenbuehler, who worked on Hamilton and the 2016 Broadway revival of Cats, is choreographing Cats the movie. The results, according to star Jason Derulo (Rum Tum Tugger), combine styles as disparate as hip-hop, ballet, and tap.

Francesca Hayward is the one to watch out for

In a cast full of famous people, Francesca Hayward is one of the few names you might not know already — but perhaps that’s about to change. 

The Royal Ballet dancer plays Victoria, and will perform a new song in the movie written by Webber. “Frankie Hayward is such a find,” Hooper says. “She has incredible presence, incredible grace and beauty.”

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Watch out, buddy.
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Apropos of absolutely nothing, a lot of people are discussing the 1998 drama Meet Joe Black on Twitter today.

The deeply strange film, which stars Brad Pitt as Joe Black and also Death, did not receive particularly good nor particularly bad reviews in its day. It is, however, remembered for being extremely long. Two VHS tapes!

Comedian Rose O’Shea brought the movie back into our appear collective consciousness on Thursday when she tweeted a clip from a truly unbelievable scene. Here’s what goes down: Brad Pitt and Claire Forlani bid farewell to each other after their meet-cute, then steal alternating glances back at each other as they walk in opposite directions for a surprisingly long time. Lovely, right? Then Brad Pitt gets hit by a car. Then his body ricochets off some more cars. It is incredible.

“This is the most bonkers one minute of a movie that I have ever seen,” O’Shea wrote.

The last few seconds of the clip, in which Brad Pitt’s lifeless body bounces from car to car like a fish in a suit, should have become a famous GIF the moment GIFs were invented. Thankfully, the internet is now making up for lost time by tweeting it incessantly — by itself, set to music, alongside commentary about how they actually remember the movie Meet Joe Black (1998) and don’t understand why other people don’t remember it. It’s everywhere!

As a fun side effect, another (actually, the only other) notable scene from the movie is also making a resurgence. In this scene, Brad Pitt speaks patois to an old woman at a hospital.

We will let you decide which movie moment is weirder.

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Taron Egerton as Elton John in 'Rocketman'.
Image: David Appleby / Paramount Pictures

Bohemian Rhapsody was so 2018. 2019 will be the year of Rocketman.

The Elton John biopic shared about seven minutes of footage at Paramount’s CinemaCon presentation Thursday, and while this reporter is on the fence about whether or not it looks good, I feel fairly confident saying it’s going to make a ton of money.

The extended first look follows Reginald Dwight from his very early years as a shy kid with a natural talent for classical piano, to his young adult years as an unstoppable creative force, to a troubled middle age in which he seems to have lost sight of who he really is. (Taron Egerton plays John in adulthood.)

We get to see him meet songwriter Bernie Taupin (Jamie Bell) and manager John Reid (Richard Madden), change his name to Elton John (according to this movie, he happens upon the surname when he happens to spot a photo of the Beatles), play the Troubadour and Dodger Stadium, and so on. 

In between, there are what look like full-on musical numbers, like one for “Saturday Night’s Alright,” set at a carnival, and lovely moments of magical realism, like a shot of someone playing piano at the bottom of a very deep pool. The familiar music alone should be enough to get butts in seats.

These dreamy touches also help set Rocketman apart from Bohemian Rhapsody, which it otherwise seems to follow beat for beat, down to the obligatory scene of a foolish record executive who just can’t seem to understand that what his oddball artist has brought him is actually the next great masterpiece. 

That the films might share some similarities isn’t terribly surprising, given that Rocketman director Dexter Fletcher also helped steer Bohemian Rhapsody after Bryan Singer’s exit. But it also speaks to how paint-by-numbers Bohemian Rhapsody felt. Hopefully, Rocketman has a little more fun coloring outside the lines.

The other key draw here is Egerton, who seems to capture John’s crackling energy while layering his performance with doubt, arrogance, and determination. He also does his own singing as John, and in the bits we saw, fared impressively well. Hey, we know John’s already a fan.

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It's a "choose your own adventure" kind of month.
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With the premieres of both Avengers: Endgame and Game of Thrones: Season 8 just weeks away, April is shaping up to be one hectic month for entertainment. But of course, we’ve always got time for Netflix — so here’s what streaming! 

At the top of the month,The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina returns with Part 2 of the teen witch’s saga. Based on the trailer, Sabrina — now a certified signer of the Book of the Beast — is getting more powerful and more vengeful than ever. 

If you’re looking for something a little lighter, hold out until mid-April when Netflix will complete its New Girl collection with the series’ 7th and final season. Question: Does this scene still make us cry? Answer: JFK! FDR!

And finally, the pièce de résistance of Netflix’s April offerings: Bear Grylls’ interactive movie You vs. Wild. The hunky British explorer is revamping his original Man vs. Wild format to feature a choose-your-own-adventure structure — similar to Netflix’s Black Mirror: Bandersnatch, minus all the psychological horror — and it looks ridiculous. We’re pumped.

Check out everything coming to and going from Netflix in April 2019 below.

Top Pick: Someone Great (2019)

With the series’ finale of Jane the Virgin quickly approaching, it’s important to begin filling the Gina Rodriguez-sized hole in your heart now — and Someone Great is the perfect way to get started! 

A self-love saga chronicling the aftermath of an unexpected breakup, Someone Great follows three friends on one wild night out as they leave one chapter of their lives behind and dive head-first into the next. Rodriguez is joined by co-stars DeWanda Wise and Brittany Snow.

Someone Great begins streaming on Netflix 4/19.


A Fortunate Man (4/19)
A Land Imagined
Across The Line
All the President’s Men
American Honey
Band Aid
Bonnie and Clyde
Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood
Freddy vs. Jason
Friday the 13th
I Am Legend
I, Daniel Blake
In The Shadows
Lakeview Terrace
Monster House
Music Teacher
P.S. I Love You
Pineapple Express
Spy Kids
Suzzanna: Buried Alive
Texas Chainsaw Massacre 3D
The Bone Collector
The Fifth Element
The Golden Compass
The Hateful Eight
: Extended Version (4/25)
The Imitation Game
The Sapphires
The Perfect Date
The Silence
The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants
The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants 2
The Ugly Truth
Someone Great
Unicorn Store
Who Would You Take to a Deserted Island?


Anthony Jeselnik: Fire in the Maternity Ward (4/30)
Baki: Part 2 (4/30)
Black Summer (4/11)
Bonding (4/24)
Brené Brown: The Call to Courage (4/19)
Chambers (TBD)
Chilling Adventures of Sabrina: Part 2 (4/5)
Cuckoo: Season 5 (4/19)
Grass is Greener (4/20)
Huge in France (4/12)
I Think You Should Leave with Tim Robinson (4/23)
Ingress: The Animation (4/30)
Kevin Hart: Irresponsible (4/2)
Legacies: Season 1 (4/5)
Luis Miguel – The Series: Season 1 (4/15)
Mighty Little Bheem (4/12)
My First First Love (4/18)
New Girl: Season 7 (4/10)
No Good Nick (4/15)
Our Planet (4/5)
Persona: Collection (4/5)
Pinky Malinky: Part 2 (4/22)
Pokémon the Series: Sun & Moon: S2 (4/1)
ReMastered: Devil at the Crossroads (4/26)
Rilakkuma and Kaoru (4/19)
Roman Empire: Caligula: The Mad Emperor (4/5)
Samantha!: Season 2 (4/19)
Selection Day (4/22)
Señora Acero: Season 5 (4/27)
She-Ra and the Princesses of Power: Season 2 (4/26)
Special (4/12)
Spirit Riding Free: Season 8 (4/5)
Street Food (4/26)
Super Monsters Furever Friends (4/16)
The New Romantic (4/15)
The Protector: Season 2 (4/26)
Tijuana (4/5)
Trolls: The Beat Goes On!: Season 6 (4/9)
Yankee (4/26)
You vs. Wild (4/10)


American Pie (4/1)
Billy Madison (4/1)
Blue Mountain State: Seasons 1-3 (4/1)
Casino Royale (4/1)
Diamonds Are Forever (4/1)
Die Another Day (4/1)
Don’t Be a Menace to South Central While Drinking Your Juice in the Hood (4/1)
Goldfinger (4/1)
Happy Feet (4/1)
Happy Gilmore (4/1)
Heat (4/1)
I Love You, Man (4/1)
L.A. Confidential (4/1)
Live and Let Die (4/1)
Luther: Series 1-4 (4/1)
Octopussy (4/1)
Pokémon: XY: Seasons 1-2 (4/1)
Raw (4/4)
Seven (4/1)
Sex and the City: The Movie (4/1)
Silver Linings Playbook (4/18)
Star Wars: The Clone Wars (4/7)
Star Wars: The Clone Wars: Seasons 1-5 (4/7)
Star Wars: The Clone Wars: The Lost Missions (4/7)
The Living Daylights (4/1)
The Man with the Golden Gun (4/1)
The Spy Who Loved Me (4/1)
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