A slew of new holiday movies are also trending on the streaming service.
The first of two planned sequels to the Oscar-winning "Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse" will be released next year.
"Titanic" and "What’s Eating Gilbert Grape" are among the movies and shows departing the streaming platform this month.
Alanis Morissette's "Jagged Little Pill" channeled the rage of young women in the '90s. Who better to speak to that than Black and brown women?
In a teary chat with Stephen Colbert, the actor said his "Tick, Tick... Boom!" performance reflects his "unexpressed love" for Lynn Garfield, who died in 2019.
Two holiday rom-coms and Idris Elba's new Western are also trending.
Get Rachel's "Girls" T-shirt, Joey's Knicks jersey and Central Perk mugs, and learn how great parasocial shopping can feel.
The Basketball Hall of Famer conceded the actor who ended up with the part "did an excellent job."
A new Idris Elba Western and an Italian crime drama are also trending.
A petition stating that the "Late Late Show" host should "in no way shape or form" be a part of the forthcoming film has drawn more than 37,000 signatures.
Dave Grohl announced the band is starring in "Studio 666," a horror comedy about a haunted recording studio.
"Step Brothers," "Bridesmaids," "Pulp Fiction" and more cards for movie buffs.
The singer said she experienced "psychological difficulty" in the final stages of filming because of her extreme commitment to the role.
“The worst part of what Tucker is doing is that we’ve already seen what his hate-filled rhetoric can do to America,” the CNN anchor said.
"Hypnotic" and “King Arthur: Legend of the Sword" are also trending.
These 'Squid Game' holiday cards will make for a very 'Merry Squidmas.'
Failure to inspect a prop gun would be a major breach in safety protocol.
The projectile was one of 500 rounds of ammunition found on the set of the Alec Baldwin film, though it's unclear how many were live.
A report from USDish identifies each state's Halloween film preferences, such as "Hocus Pocus" or "Beetlejuice."
Serge Svetnoy said "negligence and unprofessionalism" led to the fatal shooting of the cinematographer by a prop gun.