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Netflix: Movies and TV Shows Leaving in June

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

How ‘Once Upon a Time in Hollywood’ Secured Clip Clearances to Re-create 1969

Every clip in 'Once Upon a Time in Hollywood' went through the hands of Loren Roberts, who shares how he tracked down radio broadcasts languishing in garages to securing the rights from Warner Bros. to 'The F.B.I.'

‘Awards Chatter’ Podcast — David Glasser (‘The Current War: Director’s Cut’)

David Glasser, the CEO of the new 101 Studios, speaks about its first major release, his start as a child actor and — in depth for the first time since the start of the #MeToo movement — his years working with Harvey Weinstein.

American Premiere Set for Stage Adaptation of ‘The King’s Speech’

The play by Oscar-winning screenwriter David Seidler is part of the 2019-20 season at Chicago Shakespeare Theater, along with hit London musical 'Six' and a new opera by 'Fun Home' composer Jeanine Tesori.

Berlin: Geoffrey Rush to Receive Camera Honor

Egyptian film critic Samir Farid and Chinese film executive Nansun Shi also will be honored for their contribution to cinema.

‘The Queen of Spades’: Film Review | Tallinn 2016

Russian director Pavel Lungin co-scripted 'The Queen of Spades,' an opera-themed love-triangle psychodrama, with David Seidler, Oscar-winning screenwriter of 'The King’s Speech.'

‘The Kennedys’ Producer Adapting Ken Pisani Novel ‘Amp’d’ for TV

Muse Entertainment plans to turn Emmy-nominated screenwriter Pisani's first novel into a premium cable comedy.

Brexit: 5 Top British Films That Exist Thanks to EU

Britain's vote to leave the European Union could threaten the funding that helped back Oscar winners like 'Amy' and 'The King's Speech.'

TIFF: Brie Larson’s ‘Room’ Captures Audience Award

Directors Alan Zweig and Sion Sono also took home big prizes in Toronto.

Throwback Thursday: When ‘Kingsman’ Star Colin Firth Was 29 and Shirtless

"Colin is one of those actors who's just a very good partner. He's responsive, sensitive and very intelligent," says Milos Forman, who directed him in 1989's 'Valmont.'

London Mansion Featured in ‘The King’s Speech’ to Be Sold for $50 Million

The 24-bedroom property, which served as the location for Colin Firth's character's therapy sessions, is for sale to help pay off the owner's legal fees after his release from prison for fraud.?

Cannes: ‘King’s Speech’ Producers Snag $12 Million ‘Lion’ Deal With Weinstein Co.

The film, about a 5-year-old Indian boy who is taken thousands of miles away from home and family by a wrong train, will be directed by Garth Davis.