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Netflix: Movies and TV Shows Leaving in August

Take a look at the titles that will disappear from Netflix next month.

The Weinstein Co. Hit With $15M Lawsuit Over Timing of ‘Gold’ Release

FilmNation says TWC breached its distribution deal for 'The Founder' by releasing 'Gold' only a week later.

How ‘The Founder’ Re-Created the First McDonald’s

Before Michael Keaton could flip burgers as Ray Kroc, the crew had to build a replica of the first "Golden Arches" franchise in Atlanta, where director John Lee Hancock shot the film.

Michael Keaton, Laura Dern, John Lee Hancock on the American Dream at ‘The Founder’ Premiere

"It's a human and politically subversive tale any time you are looking at the story of how greed serves one and impacts ... millions. We see that a lot, particularly recently," said Dern of the film…

Michael Keaton Apologizes for “Hidden Fences” Flub at Golden Globes

The actor, who presented the best supporting actress award at Sunday's show, said he "made a mistake reading the TelePrompTer and cue cards" and added that people shouldn't read anything…

‘Awards Chatter’ Podcast — Michael Keaton (‘The Founder’)

The star of the last two best picture Oscar winners reflects on his groundbreaking pair of 'Batman' films ("If it went down, we were going down in a big way"), walking away from a third ("It…

Jeremy Renner, Don Handfield on More ‘Avengers’ and ‘Bourne’ Films, and Making a Movie About McDonald’s

Jeremy Renner and Don Handfield, actors-turned-producers of 'The Founder' (who met at Gold's Gym) talk about their company The Combine and much more.

‘The Founder’: Film Review

Michael Keaton stars as Ray Kroc, the man who helped make McDonald's a billion-dollar brand, in 'The Founder,' the latest from director John Lee Hancock, maker of 'The Blind Side' and 'Saving Mr…

Oscars: Michael Keaton Back in the Hunt for Under-the-Radar McDonald’s Movie ‘The Founder’

The Weinstein Co. movie about Ray Kroc, which shares a director with 'The Blind Side,' will receive an Oscar-qualifying run starting Dec. 16.

Harvey Weinstein Explains Recent Movie Release Shifts, TV Growth and Oscar Prospects (Q&A)

The Weinstein Co. co-founder and COO David Glasser refute claims that the company is having money troubles, instead saying the independent studio is worth $700 million or $800 million "in a worst…