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Covid-19 hasn't been the kindest to film production, however that hasn't stopped the industry machine, as there have already been more than 10 film releases during the first 20 days of 2021 alone.


The Marksman

The Marksman stars Liam Neeson as a an Arizona rancher who uses his skills to protect a Mexican boy being tracked down by cartel assassins who have chased him across the border.

The Marksman premiered in theaters on January 15 and is also available to watch on various digital platforms, including Amazon Prime Video and YouTube.

Outside The Wire

Marvel's own Anthony Mackie stars alongside Damson Idris of FX's Snowfall (2017-present) in Outside The Wire. The war thriller features Mackie as a sort of bionic soldier who takes Idris under his wing as the two prevent a nuclear attack.

Outside The Wire is available for view on Netflix.

One Night In Miami

Regina King makes her directorial debut with One Night in Miami starring Hamilton's Leslie Odom Jr. The films acts as a fictionalized account of the civil rights movement with its actors playing some of the movement's most iconic figures: Malcolm X, Muhammad Ali, Jim Brown, and Sam Cooke.

One Night in Miami is available for view on Amazon Prime Video.

Shadow In The Cloud

Shadow In The Cloud reunites The 5th Wave's Chloë Grace Moretz and Nick Robinson in a sci-fi wartime flick.

Shadow In The Cloud premiered in theaters on January 1 and is also available for view on Amazon Prime Video and Vudu.

American Skin

American Skin stars Nate Parker as a Marine veteran who will stop at nothing to avenge the death of his son by a police officer. The feature highlights the social injustices of the modern time and is a waking film on the inequality of today.

American Skin is available for view on YouTube, Google Play, Amazon Prime Video, and Vudu.

Herself

Clare Dunne stars in Herself, a film about an Irish mother who escapes abuse to fight for a better life for her daughters and herself.

Herself is available for view on Amazon Prime Video.

MLK/FBI

MLK/FBI is an IFC documentary by Oscar winner Sam Pollard uncovering the life of Martin Luther King Jr. and other social activists through federal papers and highlights the U.S. government's attempts to silence the voices of these individuals.

MLK/FBI premiered in theaters on January 15, right on time for MLK Day, and is also available on Amazon Prime Video, YouTube, Google Play, and Vudu.

The Reason I Jump

The Sundance award winning documentary The Reason I Jump follows the lives of individuals with a particular form of autism that leaves them mute.

The film premiered in theaters on January 8.

Acasa, My Home

Acasa, My Home follows the lives of a group of children and their families whose home in the wilderness of Bucharest is corrupted and they are forced to transition into an urban way of living. The film marks investigative journalist Radu Ciorniciuc's directorial debut.

Acasa, My Home premiered in theaters on January 15.

Pieces of a Woman

Pieces of a Woman stars Vanessa Kirby and Shia LeBouf as a couple grieving the loss of their child during birth.

The film premiered in theaters on January 7 and is available for view on Netflix.

Whether you're looking for an eye-opening documentary or an action packed sci-fi film, you can grab some popcorn, sit with some loved ones, and be inspired by the first films of 2021.

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Despite a wild and unprecedented year in the entertainment business, the 2021 Golden Globes will honor the films, shows, and people that helped us get through the past year. With so many outstanding works and performances in contention to win big tonight, we'll be live posting everything that happens! Join us below for real time updates for one of Hollywood's biggest nights on both the east and west coast.

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Jane Fonda received the Cecil B. DeMille Award for "outstanding contributions to the world of entertainment", according to the Hollywood Foreign Press Association.

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