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Hurry up and watch! These titles leave Netflix in June — June's just around the corner, which means Netflix is getting ready to do its monthly refresh of content. The streaming service's diverse list of titles on the way out include award-winning dramas Rain Man, Syriana and Taxi Driver, along withRichard Linklater's philosophical Waking Life, Tom Cruise's action flick Jack Reacher, theDepp/Pacino mob movie Donnie Brasco and Drew Barrymore romance Ever After: A Cinderella Story.

Watch: ‘Pitch Perfect 2’s Benji belts an original song — The aca-community in Pitch Perfect 2 may "spit on originals," as one character says, but star Ben Platt wasn't shy about belting a brand-new song in D.C. last night.

Kaitlyn wins ‘Bachelorette’ title, and it’s not that cool — This season of The Bachelorette is so messed up. The regular premise of the show is bizarro anyway: A bunch of dudes are sent to a mansion to try to convince a rejected Bachelor contestant to become their wife. But this season's "new twist" managed to make things even worse than usual.

Mindy Kaling, can we borrow your ‘Cannes’ dresses? — OK. We're being kinda shallow, much like your Inside Out character called Disgust. But, sorry, we just have to tell you: We LOVE your Cannes outfits! Sure, you're a fantastic writer and actress, and probably a good person who's fun to be around and all that.

The most important moments from the ‘Bachelorette’ premiere — The season premiere of The Bachelorette was quite different than in earlier seasons. Instead of one serial-dating bachelorette, there was two; Kaitlyn and Britt from last season's . And instead of a lady voting on which dudes would stay, the guys picked which of the two girls would make it to the next week and be the main Bachelorette.

The craziest ‘Mad Max’ stunts were inspired by ‘Cirque du Soleil’ and ‘Babe’ — Of the trick motorcycle driving, masterful truck steering, skilled fighting and crazy pyrotechnics, the most inventive stunts in Mad Max: Fury Road were probably the ones with "pole-cats." That's what action unit director Guy Norris called his stuntmen who climbed and perched atop giant metal poles in sequences that were- surprisingly- inspired by Cirque du Soleil and Babe.

‘Car nut’ Nicholas Hoult legit got to shoot fire out of his ‘Mad Max’ truck — If Nicholas Hoult wasn't an actor, he'd like to be a race car driver. He said so much on Twitter: So it was truly exciting for the X-Men star to sit in the driver's seat of a tricked out truck during a car chase in Mad Max: Fury Road.

Jeremy Piven is doing press as his ‘Entourage’ character Ari Gold, which means he’s cursing on live TV — Actor Jeremy Piven is doing press for real book from his fictional, obnoxious Entourage character, Hollywood agent Ari Gold. The book, out today, is called The Gold Standard: Rules to Rule By.

This ‘Pitch Perfect’ star has a capella chops, but never gets to sing — A capella sequel Pitch Perfect 2 has plenty of singing, duh. But one character who doesn't get to show off his pipes is John Michael Higgins' John. You probably remember him as Gail's (Elizabeth Banks) a capella co-host who pokes fun of singers and makes outrageously sexist jokes.

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All of the sudden #Bachelorette went from "pretty silly" to "wow, this show grosses me out." So, this:

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RT @simonpegg: Don't Panic! Simon responds to @io9's understandable concerns at recent press comments regarding geekdom.… (CF)

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John Lasseter told @BryAlexand that some #InsideOut jokes are dropped/added for different territories' adaptations

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