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Weekly Picks: Queens, Genies, and More Stuff We Love

How'd you celebrate Valentine's Day? The IMDb editors did it with a list of the things we love, including "RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars," Will Smith's big blue Genie, and more.

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February Picks: The Movies and Shows You Can't Miss

New month, new titles for your watchlist: Check out our February faves, from How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World to Dr. Pogo in "The Umbrella Academy" and more.

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Director Patty Jenkins Teases 'Wonder Woman 1984'

While promoting "I Am the Night," director Patty Jenkins talks reuniting with Gal Gadot and teases Kristen Wiig's "awesome" turn as Cheetah in Wonder Woman 1984.

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2019 Oscar Noms: Snubs, Surprises, and More

The 2019 Oscar nominations are in, and the debate will continue until the awards are handed out on Feb. 24. We've got the snubs and surprises, plus a gallery of all the nominees.

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What's New on Netflix in February?

Here's what's headed to Netflix this month, from classic movies like Jaws to a spate of new series, including "Russian Doll" and "The Umbrella Academy."

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February Movie Guide: In Theaters This Month

February's the shortest month of the year, but it's long on new releases, including The Lego Movie 2 and How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World.

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February TV Calendar: New and Returning This Month

There's plenty to watch and stream in February, including Netflix's Velvet Buzzsaw, the return of "The Walking Dead," and DC's "Doom Patrol."

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What's Streaming on Prime Video in February?

Great titles are available on Prime Video in February, including "Lorena," Rami Malek in Papillon, the Matrix trilogy, and more.

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Poll: Oscars 2019 — Best Original Screenplay


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Which of the 2019 Oscar nominees for Best Original Screenplay do you think should win? Discuss here after voting.

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