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Elizabeth Banks directs the reboot of Charlie's Angel featuring Ella Balinska (from left), Kristen Stewart and Naomi Scott — and a whole bunch of wigs. Merie Weismiller Wallace/Columbia Pictures hide caption

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Josh Whitehouse and Vanessa Hudgens star in a movie in which an actual knight comes to modern-day Ohio, and if that's not enough for you, I can't help you. Brooke Palmer/Netflix hide caption

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New Game 'Death Stranding' Is A Compelling Mess

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