‘Moana’ Actress Auli’i Cravalho Says ‘Anyone’ Can Dress Up as Her Character

Auli’i Cravalho has given her official approval for all “Moana” Halloween costumes regardless of skin color. “I think Moana is a character for anyone who wants to be the hero or heroine of their own story. If you resonate with t…

Auli’i Cravalho has given her official approval for all “Moana” Halloween costumes regardless of skin color. “I think Moana is a character for anyone who wants to be the hero or heroine of their own story. If you resonate with the character, you dress up as that character. For me, that’s what that is,” the […]

Disney Sets ‘Crazy Rich Asians’ Scribe Adele Lim & ‘Moana’ Producer Osnat Shurer For Animation Pic

EXCLUSIVE: Disney is in development on an untitled fantasy-adventure animation film with Crazy Rich Asians screenwriter Adele Lim and Moana producer Osnat Shurer.
Disney story artists Paul Briggs (Frozen) and Dean Wellins (Zootopia) are attached to mak…

EXCLUSIVE: Disney is in development on an untitled fantasy-adventure animation film with Crazy Rich Asians screenwriter Adele Lim and Moana producer Osnat Shurer. Disney story artists Paul Briggs (Frozen) and Dean Wellins (Zootopia) are attached to make their directorial debuts on the project which is being set up at Walt Disney Animation Studios. Plot is being kept under wraps but I understand the movie has an Asian element running through it and a female protagonist. It…

‘Moana,’ ‘The Accountant’ Top Home Entertainment Charts in 2017

Disney’s “Moana” is a home entertainment juggernaut. The animated adventure was among the most popular sales titles and rentals last year, according to a new report by the Motion Picture Association of America. It was the top selling DVD or Blu-ray in 2017, and people bought more digital copies of “Moana” than any other film. […]

Disney’s “Moana” is a home entertainment juggernaut. The animated adventure was among the most popular sales titles and rentals last year, according to a new report by the Motion Picture Association of America. It was the top selling DVD or Blu-ray in 2017, and people bought more digital copies of “Moana” than any other film. […]

Watch Auli’i Cravalho Perform ‘West Side Story’ at Miscast (EXCLUSIVE)

Is Auli’i Cravalho sending in her audition for Steven Spielberg’s reboot of “West Side Story?” The 17-year-old star of “Moana” and NBC’s “Rise” took the stage at MCC Theater’s annual gala, Miscast, a fundraising event where Broadway stars perform songs from roles in which they would never be cast. Hence the name, and Cravalho’s song […]

Is Auli’i Cravalho sending in her audition for Steven Spielberg’s reboot of “West Side Story?” The 17-year-old star of “Moana” and NBC’s “Rise” took the stage at MCC Theater’s annual gala, Miscast, a fundraising event where Broadway stars perform songs from roles in which they would never be cast. Hence the name, and Cravalho’s song […]

John Musker, Co-Director of ‘Aladdin,’ ‘The Little Mermaid,’ and ‘Moana,’ Retires After Four Decades With Disney

He co-wrote and -directed seven features throughout his 41-year tenure.

One of the Disney Renaissance’s key figures is stepping down. John Musker, who’s responsible for such classics as “Aladdin” and “The Little Mermaid,” has announced his retirement after a 41-year tenure. Musker joined the company in 1977 and, alongside creative partner, also co-wrote and -directed “The Great Mouse Detective,” “Hercules,” “Treasure Planet,” “The Princess and the Frog,” and “Moana.”

A retirement party was held for him yesterday, according to the Cartoon Brew; that he’s far from a household name despite several of his creations attaining that status speaks to the unique plight of animation directors. Musker received two Academy Award nominations in the Best Animated Feature category, though neither “Moana” nor “The Princess and the Frog” won the prize. Had the award (which was introduced in 2001) existed earlier, it’s difficult to imagine “The Little Mermaid” and “Aladdin” not winning it.

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WME Signs ‘Moana’ Star Auli’i Cravalho

EXCLUSIVE: WME has signed Moana star Auli’i Cravalho for representation in all areas. Cravalho is best known for voicing the iconic role of Moana in the Oscar-nominated Disney film opposite Dwayne Johnson. The film has gone on to make more than $600 million at the worldwide box office.
On the television side, she will next be seen starring in the drama series Rise, which debuts on NBC on March 13. In addition, she is set to return as the voice of Moana in Disney’s Ralph Br…

EXCLUSIVE: WME has signed Moana star Auli'i Cravalho for representation in all areas. Cravalho is best known for voicing the iconic role of Moana in the Oscar-nominated Disney film opposite Dwayne Johnson. The film has gone on to make more than $600 million at the worldwide box office. On the television side, she will next be seen starring in the drama series Rise, which debuts on NBC on March 13. In addition, she is set to return as the voice of Moana in Disney's Ralph Br…

Thanks to Kendrick Lamar and Imagine Dragons, Interscope Dominated 2017 Music Consumption

Lucian Grainge’s Universal Music Group, John Janick’s Interscope and Ken Bunt’s Walt Disney Records were the big overall winners in BuzzAngle Music’s year-end report for 2017, which was released this morning. UMG topped the music group category with a total of 155,111,382 Total Project Units, a combination of actual album sales, song sales and on-demand […]

Lucian Grainge’s Universal Music Group, John Janick’s Interscope and Ken Bunt’s Walt Disney Records were the big overall winners in BuzzAngle Music’s year-end report for 2017, which was released this morning. UMG topped the music group category with a total of 155,111,382 Total Project Units, a combination of actual album sales, song sales and on-demand […]

Apple Releases 2017 Charts of Top Movies, TV Shows, Music, Apps

Apple unveiled its charts ranking the most popular movies, TV shows, music, apps, books and podcasts in the U.S. for 2017 — with both new and familiar faces in the world of media and entertainment. The No. 1 movie of the year on Apple’s iTunes was Disney’s “Moana,” followed by Disney/Lucafilm’s “Rogue One: A Star […]

Apple unveiled its charts ranking the most popular movies, TV shows, music, apps, books and podcasts in the U.S. for 2017 — with both new and familiar faces in the world of media and entertainment. The No. 1 movie of the year on Apple’s iTunes was Disney’s “Moana,” followed by Disney/Lucafilm’s “Rogue One: A Star […]

‘Game of Thrones,’ ‘Moana,’ Kendrick Lamar Top Google Play’s Best of 2017 Lists

The end of the 2017 is near.

And as December kicks off on Friday, so do the beginning of year end lists.

Google Play is one of the first companies to release its list celebrating the past 12 months, with strong female characters dominating many of the top picks.

Also Read: HBO Hacker Charged Over $6 Million Extortion Attempt, ‘Game of Thrones’ Script Leak

“Rogue One: A Star Wars Story,” “Wonder Woman,” “Game of Thrones” and even Disney’s “Moana” all celebrated strong women — and all cracked the top five in their respective categories.

Outlandish animated series “Rick and Morty” thrashed the zombies of “The Walking Dead” in the top TV show rankings.

While on the music side, there was nothing “Humble” about Kendrick Lamar beating out Ed Sheeran’s “Shape of You” as Google Play’s most streamed song of 2017.

Also Read: ‘Game of Thrones’ Director Defends Ed Sheeran Cameo, Says He’s ‘Organic’ to the Show

Check out the full list of Google Play’s best and most popular apps, games, music, movies, TV shows and books in 2017 for the U.S. below.

 

Top five streamed songs of 2017
“Humble” by Kendrick Lamar
“Shape of You” by Ed Sheeran
“DNA” by Kendrick Lamar
“Mask Off” by Future
“Body Like A Back Road” by Sam Hunt

Top five movies of 2017
“Moana”
“Rogue One: A Star Wars Story”
“Wonder Woman”
“Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2”
“Doctor Strange”

Top five TV shows of 2017
“Game of Thrones”
“Rick and Morty”
“The Walking Dead”
“The Big Bang Theory”
“Doctor Who”

Top five books of 2017
“The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F–” by Mark Manson
“It” by Stephen King
“The Battlemage” by Taran Matharu
“Thirteen Reasons Why” by Jay Asher
“Ready Player One” by Ernest Cline

Most popular new apps of 2017
Photo Editor – Beauty Camera & Photo Filters
What The Forecast?!!
Boomerang
TopBuzz Video: Viral Videos, Funny GIFs &TV shows
Yarn – Chat Fiction

Most popular new games of 2017
Super Mario Run
Bubble Witch 3 Saga
Magic Tiles 3
CATS: Crash Arena Turbo Stars
Ballz

Google Play is an online store with millions of digital songs, movies, TV shows, apps, games, books and access to 40 million songs, thousands of new release movies and next day TV shows, millions of apps and games, and thousands of news sources.

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The end of the 2017 is near.

And as December kicks off on Friday, so do the beginning of year end lists.

Google Play is one of the first companies to release its list celebrating the past 12 months, with strong female characters dominating many of the top picks.

“Rogue One: A Star Wars Story,” “Wonder Woman,” “Game of Thrones” and even Disney’s “Moana” all celebrated strong women — and all cracked the top five in their respective categories.

Outlandish animated series “Rick and Morty” thrashed the zombies of “The Walking Dead” in the top TV show rankings.

While on the music side, there was nothing “Humble” about Kendrick Lamar beating out Ed Sheeran’s “Shape of You” as Google Play’s most streamed song of 2017.

Check out the full list of Google Play’s best and most popular apps, games, music, movies, TV shows and books in 2017 for the U.S. below.

 

Top five streamed songs of 2017
“Humble” by Kendrick Lamar
“Shape of You” by Ed Sheeran
“DNA” by Kendrick Lamar
“Mask Off” by Future
“Body Like A Back Road” by Sam Hunt

Top five movies of 2017
“Moana”
“Rogue One: A Star Wars Story”
“Wonder Woman”
“Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2”
“Doctor Strange”

Top five TV shows of 2017
“Game of Thrones”
“Rick and Morty”
“The Walking Dead”
“The Big Bang Theory”
“Doctor Who”

Top five books of 2017
“The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F–” by Mark Manson
“It” by Stephen King
“The Battlemage” by Taran Matharu
“Thirteen Reasons Why” by Jay Asher
“Ready Player One” by Ernest Cline

Most popular new apps of 2017
Photo Editor – Beauty Camera & Photo Filters
What The Forecast?!!
Boomerang
TopBuzz Video: Viral Videos, Funny GIFs &TV shows
Yarn – Chat Fiction

Most popular new games of 2017
Super Mario Run
Bubble Witch 3 Saga
Magic Tiles 3
CATS: Crash Arena Turbo Stars
Ballz

Google Play is an online store with millions of digital songs, movies, TV shows, apps, games, books and access to 40 million songs, thousands of new release movies and next day TV shows, millions of apps and games, and thousands of news sources.

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Redbox, Studios’ Frenemy, Selling Low-Cost Digital Downloads Of Disney Films

Redbox, which has battled multiple Hollywood studios in court over its rightful place in the movie ecosystem, is now selling discounted digital downloads of Disney films despite not having a formal relationship with the No. 1 studio.
Third-party sellers had previously supplied the kiosk operator with physical copies of Disney DVDs and Blu-ray discs, with the studio’s consent. The availability of lower-cost digital codes on Redbox comes at an awkward time for Disney, which…

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Disney, Nora Twomey and John Kahrs Honored With Women in Animation’s First Diversity Awards

Walt Disney Animation Studios along with filmmakers Nora Twomey and John Kahrs are the first recipients of Women in Animation’s inaugural WIA Diversity Awards, presented in partnership with the Spark Computer Graphics Society. “Women in Animation’s mission is to affect change in the animation industry, and it is essential, in our view, to highlight and […]

Walt Disney Animation Studios along with filmmakers Nora Twomey and John Kahrs are the first recipients of Women in Animation’s inaugural WIA Diversity Awards, presented in partnership with the Spark Computer Graphics Society. “Women in Animation’s mission is to affect change in the animation industry, and it is essential, in our view, to highlight and […]

PC Run Amok? Cosmopolitan Dragged for Telling White Kids Not to Dress as Moana for Halloween

For most, Halloween is a festive time of costumes, trick-or-treating and too much wine, but for a certain class of professionally aggrieved internet creatures, the holiday is nothing to joke about.

On Monday Cosmopolitan magazine published an article warning parents that dressing up their Caucasian children up like nonwhite Disney characters Moana or Tiana from “The Princess and the Frog” would not be tolerated.

“Think about using this Halloween as an opportunity to teach your kids about the importance of cultural sensitivity,” wrote the magazine under the byline RedBook Editors.

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“If your Caucasian son or daughter doesn’t get to be exactly what they wanted for Halloween, encourage them to take a step back and realize that they’re awash in privileges that the real Moanas and Tianas of the world will likely never see, because the world is full of racist a–holes,” the magazine wrote.

Hey Parents: Maybe Don’t Dress Your Kid Up As Moana This Halloween https://t.co/5pfQi4QcMq pic.twitter.com/11qVaTqqqW

– Cosmopolitan (@Cosmopolitan) October 23, 2017

The Internet, however disagreed, blasting the publication for the cultural finger-wagging.

It’s settled then. My kids are dressing up as Moana. https://t.co/NBTWZojE3q

– Heather Nauert (@HeatherNueart) October 24, 2017

In the words of Moana: F*ck off. https://t.co/tHnsFyd44B

– Bitchigay *tick* (@THEbitchiestgay) October 24, 2017

Teach your kids to be sensitive snowflakes and how to pander to other snowflakes. Make sure political correctness gets them young. pic.twitter.com/F5MORYQYLg

– Ian Miles Cheong (@stillgray) October 23, 2017

But what if your white son wants to dress as Moana? Is more problematic to tell zer no, or more problematic to say yes?

– Alex Griswold (@HashtagGriswold) October 24, 2017

Dear Cosmo,
Moana isn’t real. You bunch of joy-killing childless scolds.
Much love, Mark. https://t.co/PxteavH1sg

– Mark Twomey (@Storagezilla) October 24, 2017

Don’t listen to the Moana police this Halloween. https://t.co/MbfJfz2Xl5

– Kyle Smith (@rkylesmith) October 24, 2017

Imagine the outrage if liberals discovered a white parent who refused to let her daughter dress up as Moana.

– Chad Felix Greene (@chadfelixg) October 24, 2017

Kids can’t dress as Moana for Halloween? We’ve lost our effing minds. https://t.co/aFv9XFMyEg

– Tom Bevan (@TomBevanRCP) October 24, 2017

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For most, Halloween is a festive time of costumes, trick-or-treating and too much wine, but for a certain class of professionally aggrieved internet creatures, the holiday is nothing to joke about.

On Monday Cosmopolitan magazine published an article warning parents that dressing up their Caucasian children up like nonwhite Disney characters Moana or Tiana from “The Princess and the Frog” would not be tolerated.

“Think about using this Halloween as an opportunity to teach your kids about the importance of cultural sensitivity,” wrote the magazine under the byline RedBook Editors.

“If your Caucasian son or daughter doesn’t get to be exactly what they wanted for Halloween, encourage them to take a step back and realize that they’re awash in privileges that the real Moanas and Tianas of the world will likely never see, because the world is full of racist a–holes,” the magazine wrote.

The Internet, however disagreed, blasting the publication for the cultural finger-wagging.

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‘The Little Prince’, ‘Moana’, ‘Sing’ & ‘Kubo’ Snag BAFTA Children’s Nominations; Lionsgate Names India Head – Global Briefs

Amazon, Netflix and Sky Kids have each received their first BAFTA Children’s Awards nominations. The prizes honor the best in kids media with a ceremony to be held November 26 in London. Amazon programs An American Girl Story – Melody 1963: Love Has To Win and The Snowy Day are both in the International category. The newly-launched Sky Kids app picked up a nod in the Short Form category with Morph. Netflix is in International with Ask The Storybots. Nickelodeon’s Spongebob…

Amazon, Netflix and Sky Kids have each received their first BAFTA Children's Awards nominations. The prizes honor the best in kids media with a ceremony to be held November 26 in London. Amazon programs An American Girl Story – Melody 1963: Love Has To Win and The Snowy Day are both in the International category. The newly-launched Sky Kids app picked up a nod in the Short Form category with Morph. Netflix is in International with Ask The Storybots. Nickelodeon’s Spongebob…

Netflix In June: What’s Coming and What to Watch Before It’s Gone

What’s coming June 1: “13 Going On 30”

The cult classic featuring Jennifer Garner as a 13-year-old trapped in a 30-year-old’s body will be on the streaming service at the beginning of the month. It’s worth watching for the “Thriller” scene if nothing else.

What’s coming June 9: “Orange Is The New Black”

We know you’ve been waiting for the fifth season of OITNB. The entire season will be available to stream June 9.

What’s coming June 17: “Grey’s Anatomy”

So, with all that Meredith Grey (Ellen Pompeo) has been through–like a plane crash and a bomb–can you believe she’s still thriving at Grey-Sloan Memorial? The 13th season is coming to Netflix in June, so you’ll be able to catch up on all her adventures.

What’s coming June 17: “Scandal”

Another favorite drama from Shonda Rhimes. Kerry Washington stars as Olivia Pope in the penultimate sixth season. Gladiators, pour some red wine and pop some popcorn for this one.

What’s coming June 19: “Moana”

Netflix caught a big one with the acquisition of Disney’s “Moana.” Join in the adventures with Maui (Dwayne Johnson) and Moana (Auli’i Cravalho) in this Academy Award-nominated animated film.

What’s coming June 23: “GLOW”

Los Angeles. The 1980s. Spandex… but not the kind you’re thinking. This new Netflix original series is about the world of women’s wrestling.

What’s coming June 28: “Okja”

Tilda Swinton stars in this Netflix film. The movie premiered at Cannes earlier this year.

What’s leaving June 1: “The Little Rascals”

This 1994 movie about kids falling in and out of love is leaving the streaming service in June. Better renew your subscription to the “He-Man Woman Haters Club,” which, today, actually sounds pretty bad.

What’s leaving June 16: “Jane Eyre”

The 2011 take on Charlotte Bronte’s classic novel with be excused for tea time mid-June.

What’s leaving June 29: “CSI: New York” Seasons 1-8

Who doesn’t watch “CSI” on the couch on sick days? Better use a sick day soon, because seasons 1-8 will leave Netflix at the end of June.

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What’s coming June 1: “13 Going On 30”

The cult classic featuring Jennifer Garner as a 13-year-old trapped in a 30-year-old’s body will be on the streaming service at the beginning of the month. It’s worth watching for the “Thriller” scene if nothing else.

What’s coming June 9: “Orange Is The New Black”

We know you’ve been waiting for the fifth season of OITNB. The entire season will be available to stream June 9.

What’s coming June 17: “Grey’s Anatomy”

So, with all that Meredith Grey (Ellen Pompeo) has been through–like a plane crash and a bomb–can you believe she’s still thriving at Grey-Sloan Memorial? The 13th season is coming to Netflix in June, so you’ll be able to catch up on all her adventures.

What’s coming June 17: “Scandal”

Another favorite drama from Shonda Rhimes. Kerry Washington stars as Olivia Pope in the penultimate sixth season. Gladiators, pour some red wine and pop some popcorn for this one.

What’s coming June 19: “Moana”

Netflix caught a big one with the acquisition of Disney’s “Moana.” Join in the adventures with Maui (Dwayne Johnson) and Moana (Auli’i Cravalho) in this Academy Award-nominated animated film.

What’s coming June 23: “GLOW”

Los Angeles. The 1980s. Spandex… but not the kind you’re thinking. This new Netflix original series is about the world of women’s wrestling.

What’s coming June 28: “Okja”

Tilda Swinton stars in this Netflix film. The movie premiered at Cannes earlier this year.

What’s leaving June 1: “The Little Rascals”

This 1994 movie about kids falling in and out of love is leaving the streaming service in June. Better renew your subscription to the “He-Man Woman Haters Club,” which, today, actually sounds pretty bad.

What’s leaving June 16: “Jane Eyre”

The 2011 take on Charlotte Bronte’s classic novel with be excused for tea time mid-June.

What’s leaving June 29: “CSI: New York” Seasons 1-8

Who doesn’t watch “CSI” on the couch on sick days? Better use a sick day soon, because seasons 1-8 will leave Netflix at the end of June.

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Here’s Everything Netflix Has Coming and Going in June: ‘Moana,’ ‘Orange Is the New Black,’ More

May, a month chock full of new releases from Netflix — like the newest seasons of “Master of None” and “House of Cards” and brand-new originals like “The Keepers” — will be hard to top. But June should not disappoint voracious binge watchers.

Couch potatoes will be able to catch some old favorites like “13 Going On 30” on June 1, as well as the latest seasons of “Grey’s Anatomy” and “Scandal” on June 17. Plus, Netflix originals will continue to dominate with the release of “Orange Is The New Black” Season 5 on June 9 and Cannes breakout “Okja” on June 28. See below for a full breakdown of what is both arriving and leaving Netflix in June.

Here is everything arriving on Netflix next month:

June 1

1 Night (2016)
13 Going on 30 (2004)
Arrow (Season 5) The CW Exclusive Early Release
Burlesque (2017)
Catfight (2016)
Catwoman (2004) Readdition
Chingo Bling: They Can’t Deport Us All
Days of Grace (2011)
Devil’s Bride (2016)
Full Metal Jacket (1987) Readdition
How the Grinch Stole Christmas (2000)
Intersection (Season 2)
Kardashian: The Man Who Saved OJ Simpson (2016)
Little Boxes (2016)
Mutant Busters (Season 2)
My Left Foot (1989)
Off Camera with Sam Jones (Series 3)
Playing It Cool (2014)
Rounders (1998)
Spring (Primavera) (2016)
The 100 (Season 4) The CW Exclusive Early Release
The Ant Bully (2006)
The Bucket List (2007)
The Queen (2006)
The Sixth Sense (1999) Readdition
Vice (2015)
West Coast Customs (Season 3)
Yarn (2016)
Young Frankenstein (1974)
Zodiac (2007)

June 2

Comedy Bang! Bang!: Season 5, Part 2 (2016)
Flaked! (Season 2) Netflix Original Series
Inspector Gadget (Season 3) Netflix Original Series
Los Últimos de Filipinas (2016)
Lucid Dream (2017) Netflix Original Movie
Saving Banksy (2014)
The Homecoming: Collection (2015)

June 3

Acapulco La vida va (2017)
Blue Gold: American Jeans (2017)
Headshot (2016)
Three (2016)
Tunnel (2016)
War on Everyone (2016)

June 4

TURN: Washington’s Spies: Season 3 (2016)

June 5

Suite Française (2014)

June 7 

Disturbing the Peace (2016)
Trolls (2016) Exclusive Dreamworks Early Release

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June 9 

My Only Love Song (Season 1) Netflix Original Series
Orange Is the New Black (Season 5) Netflix Original Series
Shimmer Lake (2017) Netflix Original Movie

June 10 

Black Snow (Nieve Negra) (2017)
Daughters of the Dust (1991)
Havenhurst (2017)
Sword Master (2016)

June 13 

Oh, Hello On Broadway with Nick Kroll (2017) Netflix Original Standup Special

June 14

Quantico (Season 2)

June 15

Marco Luque: Tamo Junto (2017) Netflix Original Standup Special
Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (Season 4 )
Mr. Gaga: A True Story of Love and Dance (2015)

June 16

Aquarius (Season 2)
Counterpunch (2017) Netflix Original Movie
El Chapo (Season 1)
The Ranch (Part 3) Netflix Original Series
World of Winx (Season 2) Netflix Original Series

June 17

Grey’s Anatomy (Season 13)
Scandal (Season 6)
The Stanford Prison Experiment (2015)

June 18

Shooter (Season 1)

June 19

Amar Akbar & Tony (2015)
Moana (2016) Exclusive Disney Early Release
Rory Scovel Tries Stand-Up For The First Time (2017) Netflix Original Standup Special

June 21

Baby Daddy (Season 6)
Young & Hungry (Season 5)

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June 23

American Anarchist (2016)
Free Rein (Season 1) Netflix Original Series
GLOW (Season 1) Netflix Original Series
Nobody Speak: Trials of the Free Press (2017) Netflix Original Documentary
You Get Me (2017) Netflix Original Movie

June 26

No Escape (2015)

June 27

Chris D’Elia: Man on Fire (2017) Netflix Original Standup Special

June 28

Okja (2017) Netflix Original Movie

June 30

Chef & My Fridge: Collection (2014)
Gypsy (Season 1) Netflix Original Series
It’s Only the End of the World (2016)
Little Witch Academia (Season 1) Netflix Original Series
The Weekend (2016)

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Here is everything leaving Netflix next month:

June 1

D2: The Mighty Ducks
Honey, I Shrunk the Kids
Heterosexual Jill
House of Wax
Kidnapped Knuckleball!
Las mágicas historias de Plim Plim: Season 1
L’Auberge Espagnole
Serendipity
The Black Power Mixtape 1967-1975
The Blair Witch Project
The Good Guys: Season 1
The Hustler
The Little Rascals
The Prince & Me
The Teacher Who Defied Hitler
The Three Musketeers
The Way of the Dragon
This Is Spinal Tap
Two Step
We Are the Giant

June 6

Private Practice: Seasons 1-6

June 8

Xenia

June 9

4:44: Last Day on Earth
Farewell Herr Schwarz
Free the Nipple
Remote Area Medical
Secrets: The Sphinx
Tough Being Loved by Jerks

June 14

Bob the Builder: Season 1
Boys Of Abu Ghraib

June 15

The Lazarus Project

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June 16

Jane Eyre

June 19

Daddy’s Home
Grand Piano
The Right Kind of Wrong

June 23

Jimmy Goes to Nollywood

June 24

Agent F.O.X.
Breath of the Gods
Dragon Guardians

June 29

CSI: NY: Seasons 1-8

June 30

Killer Couples: Season 1
Killer in the Family: Season 1
Murder Files: Season 1
Murder on the Social Network
My Online Bride

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May, a month chock full of new releases from Netflix — like the newest seasons of “Master of None” and “House of Cards” and brand-new originals like “The Keepers” — will be hard to top. But June should not disappoint voracious binge watchers.

Couch potatoes will be able to catch some old favorites like “13 Going On 30” on June 1, as well as the latest seasons of “Grey’s Anatomy” and “Scandal” on June 17. Plus, Netflix originals will continue to dominate with the release of “Orange Is The New Black” Season 5 on June 9 and Cannes breakout “Okja” on June 28. See below for a full breakdown of what is both arriving and leaving Netflix in June.

Here is everything arriving on Netflix next month:

June 1

1 Night (2016)
13 Going on 30 (2004)
Arrow (Season 5) The CW Exclusive Early Release
Burlesque (2017)
Catfight (2016)
Catwoman (2004) Readdition
Chingo Bling: They Can’t Deport Us All
Days of Grace (2011)
Devil’s Bride (2016)
Full Metal Jacket (1987) Readdition
How the Grinch Stole Christmas (2000)
Intersection (Season 2)
Kardashian: The Man Who Saved OJ Simpson (2016)
Little Boxes (2016)
Mutant Busters (Season 2)
My Left Foot (1989)
Off Camera with Sam Jones (Series 3)
Playing It Cool (2014)
Rounders (1998)
Spring (Primavera) (2016)
The 100 (Season 4) The CW Exclusive Early Release
The Ant Bully (2006)
The Bucket List (2007)
The Queen (2006)
The Sixth Sense (1999) Readdition
Vice (2015)
West Coast Customs (Season 3)
Yarn (2016)
Young Frankenstein (1974)
Zodiac (2007)

June 2

Comedy Bang! Bang!: Season 5, Part 2 (2016)
Flaked! (Season 2) Netflix Original Series
Inspector Gadget (Season 3) Netflix Original Series
Los Últimos de Filipinas (2016)
Lucid Dream (2017) Netflix Original Movie
Saving Banksy (2014)
The Homecoming: Collection (2015)

June 3

Acapulco La vida va (2017)
Blue Gold: American Jeans (2017)
Headshot (2016)
Three (2016)
Tunnel (2016)
War on Everyone (2016)

June 4

TURN: Washington’s Spies: Season 3 (2016)

June 5

Suite Française (2014)

June 7 

Disturbing the Peace (2016)
Trolls (2016) Exclusive Dreamworks Early Release

June 9 

My Only Love Song (Season 1) Netflix Original Series
Orange Is the New Black (Season 5) Netflix Original Series
Shimmer Lake (2017) Netflix Original Movie

June 10 

Black Snow (Nieve Negra) (2017)
Daughters of the Dust (1991)
Havenhurst (2017)
Sword Master (2016)

June 13 

Oh, Hello On Broadway with Nick Kroll (2017) Netflix Original Standup Special

June 14

Quantico (Season 2)

June 15

Marco Luque: Tamo Junto (2017) Netflix Original Standup Special
Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (Season 4 )
Mr. Gaga: A True Story of Love and Dance (2015)

June 16

Aquarius (Season 2)
Counterpunch (2017) Netflix Original Movie
El Chapo (Season 1)
The Ranch (Part 3) Netflix Original Series
World of Winx (Season 2) Netflix Original Series

June 17

Grey’s Anatomy (Season 13)
Scandal (Season 6)
The Stanford Prison Experiment (2015)

June 18

Shooter (Season 1)

June 19

Amar Akbar & Tony (2015)
Moana (2016) Exclusive Disney Early Release
Rory Scovel Tries Stand-Up For The First Time (2017) Netflix Original Standup Special

June 21

Baby Daddy (Season 6)
Young & Hungry (Season 5)

June 23

American Anarchist (2016)
Free Rein (Season 1) Netflix Original Series
GLOW (Season 1) Netflix Original Series
Nobody Speak: Trials of the Free Press (2017) Netflix Original Documentary
You Get Me (2017) Netflix Original Movie

June 26

No Escape (2015)

June 27

Chris D’Elia: Man on Fire (2017) Netflix Original Standup Special

June 28

Okja (2017) Netflix Original Movie

June 30

Chef & My Fridge: Collection (2014)
Gypsy (Season 1) Netflix Original Series
It’s Only the End of the World (2016)
Little Witch Academia (Season 1) Netflix Original Series
The Weekend (2016)

Here is everything leaving Netflix next month:

June 1

D2: The Mighty Ducks
Honey, I Shrunk the Kids
Heterosexual Jill
House of Wax
Kidnapped Knuckleball!
Las mágicas historias de Plim Plim: Season 1
L’Auberge Espagnole
Serendipity
The Black Power Mixtape 1967-1975
The Blair Witch Project
The Good Guys: Season 1
The Hustler
The Little Rascals
The Prince & Me
The Teacher Who Defied Hitler
The Three Musketeers
The Way of the Dragon
This Is Spinal Tap
Two Step
We Are the Giant

June 6

Private Practice: Seasons 1-6

June 8

Xenia

June 9

4:44: Last Day on Earth
Farewell Herr Schwarz
Free the Nipple
Remote Area Medical
Secrets: The Sphinx
Tough Being Loved by Jerks

June 14

Bob the Builder: Season 1
Boys Of Abu Ghraib

June 15

The Lazarus Project

June 16

Jane Eyre

June 19

Daddy’s Home
Grand Piano
The Right Kind of Wrong

June 23

Jimmy Goes to Nollywood

June 24

Agent F.O.X.
Breath of the Gods
Dragon Guardians

June 29

CSI: NY: Seasons 1-8

June 30

Killer Couples: Season 1
Killer in the Family: Season 1
Murder Files: Season 1
Murder on the Social Network
My Online Bride

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Netflix: Full List of Movies Arriving in June 2017 Includes ‘Okja’ and ‘The Sixth Sense’

“Saving Banksy” and “Moana” are also coming to the streaming giant next month.

Netflix has announced the list of films that will be available to stream in June. The list includes new never-before-seen original films, as well as documentaries, comedies, animated titles and some classic movies.

1. “The Sixth Sense” (available June 1)

The Sixth Sense

“The Sixth Sense”

M. Night Shyamalan’s 1999 classic tells the story of a boy who communicates with spirits and the psychologist who tries to help him. The film stars Bruce Willis and Haley Joel Osment.

2. “Saving Banksy” (available June 2)

Saving Banksy

“Saving Banksy”

The documentary follows a New York-based art collector as he attempts to save the street work of graffiti artist Banksy. The film features interviews with some of the top names in the street art and graffiti world, including Ben Eine, Risk, Revok, Niels “Shoe” Meulman, Blek Le Rat, Anthony Lister, Doze Green, Hera, and Glen E. Friedman.

3. “Shimmer Lake” (available June 9)

Shimmer Lake

“Shimmer Lake”

Netflix

The Netflix original drama follows a local sheriff as he attempts to solve the mystery of three small town criminals and a bank robbery gone wrong. The film stars Wyatt Russell, Rainn Wilson, and Benjamin Walker.

4. “Moana” (available June 20)

Moana

“Moana”

Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures

Disney’s 2016 animated film follows an adventurous teenage girl as she sails out on a mission to save her people from an ancient curse, enlisting the help of the legendary demigod Maui. The film stars Auli’i Cravalho as the voice of Moana, and Dwayne Johnson as the voice of Maui.

5. “Okja” (available June 28)

An Seo Hyun, "Okja"

An Seo Hyun, “Okja”

Netflix

Bong Joon Ho’s anticipated fantasy film for Netflix tells the story of Mija (played by South Korean actress Ahn Seo-hyun), a young girl who lives in the deep woods of the Gangwon Province of South Korea. Mija will do everything in her power to prevent a powerful company from taking her best friend, a massive beast named Okja. The film stars Tilda Swinton, Jake Gyllenhaal, Lily Collins and Paul Dano.

Here’s the rest of the incoming films:

“1 Night” (available June 1)
“13 Going on 30” (available June 1)
“Amor.com” (available June 1)
“Burlesque” (available June 1)
“Catfight” (available June 1)
“Catwoman” (available June 1)
“Chingo Bling: They Can’t Deport Us All” (available June 1)
“Days of Grace” (available June 1)
“Devil’s Bride” (available June 1)
“Full Metal Jacket” (available June 1)
“How the Grinch Stole Christmas” (available June 1)
“Kardashian: The Man Who Saved OJ Simpson” (available June 1)
“Little Boxes” (available June 1)
“My Left Foot” (available June 1)
“Playing It Cool” (available June 1)
“Rounders” (available June 1)
“Primavera” (available June 1)
“The Ant Bully” (available June 1)
“The Bucket List” (available June 1)
“The Queen” (available June 1)
“Vice” (available June 1)
“Yarn” (available June 1)
“Young Frankenstein” (available June 1)
“Zodiac” (available June 1)
“Los Últimos de Filipinas” (available June 2)
“Lucid Dream” (available June 2)
“The Homecoming: Collection” (available June 2)
“Acapulco, La vida va” (available June 3)
“Blue Gold: American Jeans” (available June 3)
“Headshot” (available June 3)
“Three” (available June 3)
“Tunnel” (available June 3)
“War on Everyone” (available June 3)
“Suite Française” (available June 5)
“Disturbing the Peace” (available June 7)
“Trolls” (available June 8)
“Nieve Negra” (available June 10)
“Daughters of the Dust” (available June 10)
“Havenhurst” (available June 10)
“Sword Master” (available June 10)
“Mr. Gaga: A True Story of Love and Dance” (available June 15)
“Counterpunch” (available June 16)
“The Stanford Prison Experiment” (available June 17)
“Amar Akbar & Tony” (available June 20)
“American Anarchist” (available June 23)
“You Get Me” (available June 23)
“Nobody Speak: Trials of the Free Press” (available June 23)
“No Escape” (available June 26)
“It’s Only the End of the World” (available June 30)
“The Weekend” (available June 30)

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Mashup Proves All Disney Films Are Connected by Hidden Easter Eggs (Video)

Disney’s make-believe worlds collide in the most unexpected ways — you just have to keep your eyes peeled to see them.

Bet you did know that Moana’s dog and Mrs. Potts popped up in “Tarzan,” The Beast and Sebastian the Jamaican crab made appearances in “Aladdin,” Anna and Elsa can be seen in “Zootopia” … and on and on and on.

Those who had any doubt that all the Disney worlds, whether under the sea, in a jungle or on a Polynesian island paradise, are all connected in the subtlest of ways, we’ve now got the proof.

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For anyone who loves “all things Disney,” you’ll love the video above.

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Disney’s make-believe worlds collide in the most unexpected ways — you just have to keep your eyes peeled to see them.

Bet you did know that Moana’s dog and Mrs. Potts popped up in “Tarzan,” The Beast and Sebastian the Jamaican crab made appearances in “Aladdin,” Anna and Elsa can be seen in “Zootopia” … and on and on and on.

Those who had any doubt that all the Disney worlds, whether under the sea, in a jungle or on a Polynesian island paradise, are all connected in the subtlest of ways, we’ve now got the proof.

For anyone who loves “all things Disney,” you’ll love the video above.

Disney’s sister site Oh My Disney posted a mashup that flags Easter eggs in a bunch of the studio’s most popular animated films, proving that the entire Disney world is a small world (after all).

Check it out.

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