Pan’S Labyrinth, I Know What You Did Last Summer, Godzilla: The Planet Eater, and More Movies Are Coming to Netflix in January

A new year means a new batch of titles coming to Netflix in January, and fans of horror, sci-fi, and suspense will have plenty of movies and TV series to look forward to, including Guillermo del Toro's Pan's Labyrinth, The Mummy, The Mummy Returns, The Strangers, Godzilla: The Planet Eater, Z Nation Season 5, and I Know What You Did Last Summer.

In the list below (via Collider), you can view the full list of genre-related titles coming to Netflix in January:

Arriving on January 1st

A Series of Unfortunate Events: Season 3– Netflix Original


I Know What You Did Last Summer

Pan’s Labyrinth

The Addams Family

The Mummy

The Mummy Returns

The Strangers


Arriving on January 9th

Godzilla The Planet Eater – Netflix Original

Io – Netflix Film

Arriving on January 27th

Z Nation: Season 5

According to Glamour, the following horror and sci-fi titles are leaving Netflix in January:
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Wme Veteran Ari Greenburg Promoted to President of Talent Agency

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Wme veteran Ari Greenburg, one of the original Endeavor staffers who helped build the talent agency that became an industry powerhouse, has been promoted to president.

Greenburg will oversee all daily operations across Wme and its offices in Beverly Hills, New York, Nashville, London and Sydney. The promotion recognizes the role that Greenburg has played in managing the uber-agency for some time.

Greenburg’s elevation was announced Thursday by Mark Shapiro, who was promoted to president of Wme parent company Endeavor on Monday.

“Over the past few years, Ari has taken on a host of new responsibilities and played an integral role in shaping the vision for the future of the agency. He is a dealmaker without peer, cares deeply about his colleagues, and knows the industry inside and out,” Shapiro said. “As we move into this next chapter, Ari is uniquely positioned to bring Wme to new heights.
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Alfonso Cuaron Says He Owes ‘Roma’ in Part to Cannes’ Thierry Fremaux

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Alfonso Cuaron Says He Owes ‘Roma’ in Part to Cannes’ Thierry Fremaux
At a special screening of “Roma” in Paris, Alfonso Cuaron said he owed the film to Cannes artistic director Thierry Fremaux, who encouraged him to return to Mexico to make a movie – and who, ironically, failed to nab the title for Cannes because of the festival’s spat with Netflix.

Fremaux was eager to select the film to compete at Cannes but could only offer it an out-of-competition slot because of a new rule, passed by Cannes’ board, requiring all competing films to have theatrical distribution in France. “Roma” world-premiered at the Venice Film Festival instead, where the Netflix-backed title won the Golden Lion. It’s now one of the favorites for the best picture Oscar.

While presenting the film Wednesday at the Max Linder Panorama single-screen theater in the heart of Paris, Cuaron recalled speaking to Fremaux about his next project while at the Morelia Film Festival in Mexico four years ago.
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‘Roma’ Film Review: Alfonso Cuarón’s Intimate Epic Proves Less Is More

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‘Roma’ Film Review: Alfonso Cuarón’s Intimate Epic Proves Less Is More
“Tell me, why do we require a trip to Mount Everest in order to perceive one moment of reality?” asks Wallace Shawn in “My Dinner with Andre.” “I think if you could become fully aware of what existed in the cigar store next to this restaurant, I think it would just blow your brains out!”

There are no cigar stores in Alfonso Cuarón’s “Roma,” but after zipping us through a future dystopia in “Children of Men” and all of outer space in “Gravity,” the director takes us through a far more quotidian version of reality in his gorgeous new film. And it did, admittedly, blow my brains out.

Shot in 65mm black-and-white — please, Netflix, let audiences see this movie projected in 70mm before it hits your streaming service — the film remains mostly housebound to tell us the story of a bourgeois family in Mexico City in the 1970s, mostly as viewed by their housekeeper,
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Preview Pages from Hellboy Winter Special 2018 Embrace the Spooky Spirit of the Holidays

As Andy Williams sings in "It's the Most Wonderful Time of the Year," December is the perfect month of the year to share "scary ghost stories" with the family, and Mike Mignola and friends are once again getting into the spooky spirit of the season with the 2018 Hellboy Winter Special.

With Hellboy Winter Special out today from Dark Horse Comics, we have the gift of preview pages to share with Daily Dead readers, so throw another log on the fire and celebrate the holidays with Hellboy!

Press Release: Milwaukie, Ore., — ‘Tis the season, once again, for the Hellboy Winter Special….

“There is a long tradition of telling ghost stories at Christmas,” said legendary Hellboy creator Mike Mignola. “I love ghost stories more than just about anything and I love that Christmas time of year so I wanted to do my bit to carry on that tradition.”

Hellboy Winter Special 2018 presents
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Guillermo del Toro’s 3Below: Tales of Arcadia gets a poster and trailer

With a little over a week to go until it arrives on Netflix, the streaming service has released a new poster and trailer for Dreamworks and Guillermo del Toro’s animated adventure series 3Below: Tales of Arcadia which features the voice talents of Diego Luna, Tatiana Maslany, Nick Offerman, Glenn Close, Andy Garcia, Nick Frost, Alon Aboutboul, Chris Obi, Uzo Aduba, Cheryl Hines, Tom Kenny, Haley Atwell, Danny Trejo, Ann Dowd, Emile Hirsch, Charlie Saxton, Lexi Medrano, Steven Yeun, Cole Sands, and Kelsey Grammer; take a look here…

3Below: Tales of Arcadia follows two royal teenage aliens, Aja (Maslany) and Krel (Luna), and their bodyguard Vex (Offerman), as they flee a surprise takeover of their home planet and crash-land on Earth – in Arcadia, the same town where the events of Trollhunters take place. Now on the run from intergalactic bounty hunters, they must blend in and adapt to the bizarre
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Movies New to Netflix in January: ‘Pulp Fiction,’ ‘Pan’s Labyrinth,’ and More

As Netflix heads into its first legitimate Oscar season, the streaming giant is hoping to pull out nominations and wins for “Roma,” “The Ballad of Buster Scruggs,” and “Girl.” Lest Netflix lose sight of its one true purpose, the platform will be streaming the entire “Indiana Jones” franchise beginning in January. The streamer announced today its full list of titles for the new year, and it’s the expected mix of cult hit indies and little-known original films.

Quentin Tarantino fans can rejoice in January: “Pulp Fiction” heads to Netflix in the beginning of the month, and the classic continues to be endlessly re-watchable. Guillermo del Toro fans can also peruse “Pan’s Labyrinth,” and relive a simpler time before the Mexican filmmaker’s polarizing “The Shape of Water” Oscar win. David Mackenzie and Taylor Sheridan’s 2016 crime drama “Hell or High Water” also becomes available on the same day.
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Watch the Official Trailer for 3Below: Tales Of Arcadia, the New Animated Series from Guillermo del Toro

Back in 2017, Guillermo del Toro revealed that his DreamWorks Animation series Trollhunters was going to expand into a trilogy known as Tales of Arcadia, with the other two series in the trilogy titled 3Below and Wizards. A little more than one year later, the trailer for 3Below: Tales of Arcadia has now been revealed ahead of its December 21st premiere on Netflix, showcasing a comedic and action-packed take on alien visitors from beyond the stars.

Below, you can watch the official trailer for 3Below: Tales of Arcadia, which was exclusively unveiled on Collider. According to Collider, all 13 episodes of the show's first season will premiere on Netflix on December 21st.

"3Below is the story of a teenage girl, a Latino boy, and an old man who just happen to be aliens. With their home planet torn apart by Civil War, Princess Aja Tarron and Prince Krel Tarron will find themselves marooned on the most backwater,
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‘3Below’ Trailer Arrives to Expand Tales of Arcadia

Today Netflix and DreamWorks Animation Television finally unveiled the trailer for 3Below, the second of three series that comprise Guillermo del Toro's Tales of Arcadia.

In 3Below, two royal aliens, their gruff bodyguard and a pet take refuge in Arcadia Oaks after a coup on their home world. With bounty hunters on their tail, the aliens must not only survive intergalactic threats but also learn to blend in camouflaged as humans and worse -- attend high school.

The 3Below cast includes Diego LunaTatiana MaslanyNick OffermanGlenn CloseAndy Garcia, Nick Frost, Alon Aboutboul, Chris Obi, Uzo Aduba, Cheryl Hines, Tom Kenny, Haley Atwell, Danny Trejo, and Ann Dowd.

Reprising their roles from Trollhunters in fun crossover ways are Emile Hirsch, Charlie Saxton, Lexi Medrano, Steven Yeun, Cole Sands, Kelsey Grammer and other surprises.

All 13 episodes of 3Below from showrunner Rodrigo Blaas premiere Friday, December 21st exclusively on Netflix.
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Ron Perlman Says He’s At Peace About The Upcoming Hellboy Reboot

The announcement that a new Hellboy movie was being made without the involvement of Guillermo del Toro and Ron Perlman was greeted with no small amount of dismay by fans. After all, del Toro’s widely considered to have nailed the tone of the comics with Hellboy and Hellboy II: The Golden Army, but sadly, their underwhelming box office numbers made studios wary of committing to a third installment to round out the trilogy. In addition, Ron Perlman’s performance was absolutely perfect for the character and it was difficult to imagine anyone else in the role.

But we won’t have to worry about imagining for too long, because we’ll soon see Stranger Things star David Harbour in the part. Perlman’s been vocal about his attachment to the character and had previously said that the recasting was something of an “open wound” for him. But now, in
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New Trailer For Guillermo del Toro's Netflix Animated Series 3Below: Tales Of Arcadia

Netflix has released a full trailer for Guillermo del Toro’s new Netflix animated sci-fi adventure series 3Below: Tales of Arcadia.

This looks like it will be a fun series, and the impressive cast of 3Below includes Diego Luna (Narcos: Mexico), Tatiana Maslany (Orphan Black), Nick Offerman (Parks and Recreation), Glenn Close (The Wife), and more. Here’s the synopsis:

3Below: Tales of Arcadia follows two royal teenage aliens, Aja (Maslany) and Krel (Luna), and their bodyguard Vex (Offerman), as they flee a surprise takeover of their home planet and crash-land on Earth – in Arcadia, the same town where the events of Trollhunters take place. Now on the run from intergalactic bounty hunters, they must blend in and adapt to the bizarre world of high school all while attempting to repair their shipt to return to and defend their home planet.

This new series is set in the same universe
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SAG Awards Nominations – Movies: Crazy Rich Diversity, Emily Blunt, Musicals Shine In Actor Guild Choices

SAG Awards Nominations – Movies: Crazy Rich Diversity, Emily Blunt, Musicals Shine In Actor Guild Choices
Usually the SAG Awards are good for one or two out-of-left-field nominees in its movie competition, and you could say Emily Blunt’s double score for Lead Actress in Mary Poppins Returns and Supporting Actress in A Quiet Place might qualify.

Both are well-deserved, but few were predicting the latter, especially in a category that omitted more obvious choices such as Nicole Kidman; Claire Foy; and especially If Beale Street Could Talk’s Regina King, who has been cleaning up on the critics circuit. She was shut out along with her movie today, perhaps in favor of another, less-speculated contender, Margot Robbie in Mary Queen of Scots, along with Blunt’s brilliant near-silent turn in A Quiet Place. Two years ago, Blunt also scored a stunner with SAG by gaining a Best Actress nomination for The Girl on the Train, which was the only major recognition she got for that role awards-wise.
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Here’s What’s Coming to Netflix in January

Netflix has released the list of films and TV shows that will be new to the streaming service in January, and it’s a hefty and very solid list. As for library titles, standouts include all four Indiana Jones movies, Ridley Scott’s American Gangster, Guillermo del Toro’s masterful Pan’s Labyrinth, and the underrated The Mummy and The Mummy Returns. There are also a couple of notable new releases, including Solo: A Star Wars Story and Incredibles 2, in case you missed them or want to watch them again. I’d also like to point out that The …
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2019 Screen Actors Guild Awards Full Film Nominations: ‘A Star Is Born’ Leads With Four

Awards season continues today with the announcement of the 2019 Screen Actors Guild Awards nominations. While the reveal of these nominees has been proceeded by several critics group winners and the Golden Globe nominations, the SAG Awards are seen as a major precursor to the Oscars, as its voting body has the most overlap with the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. The nominees are selected by a random group of 2,500 SAG members, many of whom belong to the Academy.

Since numerous SAG members are also Academy members, the SAG Awards are notable for often matching nominations for the Oscars. Fifteen SAG nominees in 2018 went on to be nominated for acting Oscars, and SAG winners Frances McDormand, Sam Rockwell (“Three Billboards”), Allison Janney, and Gary Oldman (“Darkest Hour”) all went on to win Academy Awards.

Last year’s SAG Award for Outstanding Performance By a Cast in a Motion Picture went to “Three Billboards,
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Exclusive: Official Trailer for Netflix’s ‘3 Below’ Brings the Aliens to Arcadia

From Academy Award-winning filmmaker Guillermo del Toro and the seven-time Emmy Award-winning team behind Trollhunters comes 3Below, the second chapter in the "Tales of Arcadia" trilogy. Fans of Trollhunters can expect to find several familiar faces in 3Below which tells the tale of two royal teenage aliens and their bodyguard who flee a surprise takeover of their home planet by an evil dictator, only to crash land in Arcadia. Now on the run from intergalactic bounty hunters, they struggle to blend in and adapt to the bizarre world of high school, all while attempting to repair their …
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Toxic Avenger Reboot Is Happening at Legendary with Original Troma Team

Legendary Entertainment has announced that they have acquired the rights for a new The Toxic Avenger movie. The cult-classic franchise focuses on the iconic stereotype-defying superhero Toxie, who is disfigured and radioactive after falling into a vat of toxic waste. However, the best news about the new project is that Lloyd Kaufman and Michael Herz of Troma Entertainment will serve as producers, which means that this should be right on par with the rest of the franchise and won't be like the new Child's Play remake that is being made without its creator.

The Toxic Avenger follows Tromaville, New Jersey's monstrous protector as an unorthodox hero. After falling into the toxic waste, he's transformed into a repulsive-yet-lovable mutant hero who stands up to bullies and corruption. Toxie is truly the hero that we all need right now. So far, Legendary and Troma have only announced their partnership and have not
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Black Panther, The Favourite, and More Lead the 2019 Critics' Choice Awards Nominees

This year's Critics' Choice Awards won't take place until the big show airs live on The CW on Sunday, Jan. 13., but in the meantime, the TV and movie nominations have been announced! The Broadcast Film Critics and Television Journalists Associations have bestowed films like A Star Is Born, The Favourite, and Roma with nods, while The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, Killing Eve, and The Americans reigned on the TV front.

As in the past, the Critics' Choice Awards have long been considered one of the most reliable predictors of which films, actors, directors, and more take home Oscars. For instance, last year saw The Shape of Water win best picture and best director for Guillermo del Toro, and both won again at the Academy Awards not long after. The same can be said for Sam Rockwell, Frances McDormand, Allison Janney, and Gary Oldman, who all won Oscars for their performances as well as Critics' Choice trophies.
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Critics’ Choice Awards Nominations: ‘The Favourite’ Tops With 14, ‘Black Panther’ A Marvel, ‘First Man’ Rebounds; ‘The Americans’ Leads TV Series

The Favourite led all movies with a whopping 14 nominations for the Broadcast Film Critics Association’s 24th annual Critics’ Choice Awards including Best Picture, Director and nods for all three of its stars — Olivia Colman, Emma Stone and Rachel Weisz. This had to be a bit of deja vu for distributor Fox Searchlight, which had the same headline last year when its Guillermo del Toro film The Shape of Water also led the critics list with 14 nominations, went on to win four including Best Picture and Director, then rode that momentum all the way to taking the same four awards at the Oscars.

In fact, the Critics’ Choice Awards proved to be the most prescient of any precursor kudos by eventually matching Oscar in 17 of 19 categories they had in common, differing only in Foreign Film and Visual Effects. Attention must be paid.

Also scoring big in this morning’s nominations
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2018 Los Angeles Film Critics Assn. Awards: ‘Roma’ wins Best Picture, Ethan Hawke and Olivia Colman take top acting awards

For only the 13th time in its 44-year history, the Los Angeles Film Critics Assn. (Lafca) agreed with their New York counterparts when it named “Roma” as the Best Picture of the Year on Sunday. While Alfonso Cuaron won Best Cinematography for his intimate memoir, he had to settle for runner-up status in two other races. He lost Best Director to Debra Granik (“Leave No Trace”) and Best Film Editing (along with Adam Gough) to “Minding the Gap” cutters Joshua Altman and Bing Liu. In turn, Altman lost the Best Documentary award to “Shirkers.”

After a prolonged debate about category placement, this group of journos awarded Olivia Colman the Best Actress award for her portrayal of Queen Anne in “The Favourite.” Just hours before, their Chicago counterparts had bumped her down to supporting.

The L.A. crowd promoted her to the lead race and relegated the Chicago choice for Best Actress,
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Critics’ Choice Awards: Will they preview the Oscars again?

The Critics’ Choice Awards bestowed by the Broadcast Film Critics Assn. (Bfca) are renowned as one of the best barometers for predicting the Oscars. Over their 23-year history these kudos have previewed 14 Best Picture Oscar winners as well as 18 Best Director, 16 Best Actor, 13 Best Actress, 13 Supporting Actor and 16 Supporting Actress champs.

Last year, this group of journos foresaw the outcome in all of these Academy Awards races. The Critic’s Choice winners were revealed on Jan. 11, which was one day before Oscar nominations voting closes. “The Shape of Water” took the top prize here and Guillermo del Toro had a chance to practice the acceptance speech he would give at the Oscars. Likewise for the four acting winners: Gary Oldman (“Darkest Hour”), Frances McDormand and Sam Rockwell and Allison Janney.

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