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Netflix: Movies and TV Shows Leaving in November

Take a look at the movies and TV shows that will disappear from Netflix next month.

Opioid Crisis Movie in the Works at David Glasser’s 101 Studios

David Glasser's 101 Studios is set to finance a feature film about David Armstrong, the journalist who took on Purdue Pharma, the makers of OxyContin, the addictive drug behind America's opioid crisis.

Bryan Cranston Reveals How He Pitched His ‘Drive’ Character’s Fate

Bryan Cranston opened up about his process as an actor in a talk at the 2018 Tribeca TV Festival, revealing he pitched how his 'Drive' character would die, why he recently passed on a Western he was offered and his wife's reaction to the first 'Breaking Bad' script.

Nicolas Winding Refn to Launch ‘byNWR’ Content Platform

The 'Drive' director will spearhead a new and entirely free quarterly curated digital platform dedicated to restored movies and other cultural content.

MIPTV: ‘Drive’ Writer and ‘McMafia’ Author on Teaming Up for BBC/AMC Series

James Norton stars in the BBC/AMC series, adapted from Misha Glenny’s best-selling book on international organized crime.

Cannes: Bold Films Names Mandalay Vision President as Motion Pictures Head

In other company hires, Jeffrey Stott has been appointed executive vp production.

Marrakech Fest: Nicolas Winding Refn on His First Big Failure and Ignoring Hollywood’s Obsession with Awards Season

"I thought I was God's gift to mankind," the director told a master class about his attitude going into 2003's "Inside Job."

‘Revenge’ Designer Jill Ohanneson On Snagging Vuitton, Gucci and Prada

Expensive designer fashion is de riguer on ABC's hit Hamptons set suspense series. But if you can't afford couture, get a good tailor. Seriously.

‘The Host’ Costume Designer Brings Stephenie Meyer’s Seekers, Souls and Humans to Life

Costume designer Erin Benach outfitted Stephenie Meyer's latest characters in a mix of Theory, Zara and custom white suits.

Ryan Gosling: Indie Megastar Who Asks to Get His Ass Kicked

The Oscar-nominated actor discusses "The Place Beyond the Pines," the "Hey Girl" sensation and why he made major last-minute changes on a major upcoming project.

Online Film Score Licensing Service to Offer Music From ‘The King’s Speech’

Original music from Oscar winner "The King’s Speech," "Drive" and "Looper" will be among the music available for third parties to license from Cutting Edge Film Scores.

AFM 2012: Why the Slowdown Is Coming

Already picky buyers gathering beachside in Santa Monica this year won’t have as many high-profile projects from which to choose as the international film business regroups after a mini-boom.