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James Charles released his first video in 4 weeks, and it includes references to his explosive feud with beauty YouTuber Tati Westbrook

James Charles released his first video in 4 weeks, and it includes references to his explosive feud with beauty YouTuber Tati Westbrook

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James Charles uploaded his first video in four weeks to YouTube on Tuesday.

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  • On Tuesday, beauty mogul James Charles shared his first YouTube video following his public feud with Tati Westbrook.
  • During the 27-minute-long video titled “Hi Sisters,” Charles said he spent the last month “growing and thinking,” and will now be living on a “little bit of a lower scale.”
  • The YouTuber also announced that he’ll be donating profits from his video to The Trevor Project, a nonprofit organization that focuses on suicide prevention within the LGBTQ+ community.
  • Charles later took to Instagram and said he’s “honestly happy” that he’s still losing subscribers, and only wants to have fans who are “positive, have love in their hearts, and believe in people to grow.”
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After a nearly month-long break from social media, James Charles has officially returned to YouTube.

On Tuesday, the beauty mogul uploaded a 27-minute-long video in which he explained what he’s been up to during his hiatus. Rather than directly addressing the camera, Charles created a rainbow-colored makeup look while speaking, and announced that he’ll be making donations to The Trevor Project, an organization that focuses on suicide prevention within the LGBTQ+ community.

Of course, Charles also addressed the elephant in the room: his public feud with Tati Westbrook. Not only did he title his video “Hi Sisters,” which is likely a reference to Westbrook’s “Bye Sister” video that began their fight, but he also opened with a statement about his social media break.

At the beginning of his video, James Charles addressed speculation surrounding his social media break

While Charles hasn’t been entirely absent from social media since the end of his latest scandal, the beauty mogul did take time off from filming and uploading YouTube videos.

“When I said that I was taking a social media break, I kind of just meant from being so in it,” Charles said at the beginning of his video. “For the past three years, I have been literally addicted to filming videos and checking my social media, and it was so much fun, but it got to a point where it was incredibly toxic for me and my mental health.”

“After everything that just went on on social media, I just needed some time to detox, slow it down — of course, still do what I absolutely love, which is handling business, playing with makeup, and seeing my friends — but just do it on a little bit of a lower scale,” he continued.

“I’m really excited to say that after the last month, I’ve done a lot of growing and thinking and am now able to leave my phone in another room and walk out and, like, enjoy life.”

Charles also announced that he’ll be donating profits from his new video to The Trevor Project, a nonprofit organization that serves LGBTQ+ youth

During his video, Charles shared a quick update with fans about his clothing line, Sisters Apparel. The brand was previously sold online through a merchandise company owned by Jeffree Star, but was removed from the site following Charles’ public feud.

Read more: YouTuber James Charles’ online store appears to have been taken down following his explosive feud with former mentor Tati Westbrook

According to Charles, he was forced to delay his upcoming clothing launches, which included a Pride Month collection, as a result of “everything that has gone on.”

“One thing that I do want to tell you guys is that I was planning on donating a huge chunk of the Pride Month proceeds to The Trevor Project,” he continued. “When it does launch, I will still be donating a huge chunk of the proceeds to The Trevor Project, just obviously, a little bit later on.”

“Since however, the donation wasn’t able to be made right now, I do want to do something special for Pride Month, so I’ve decided to donate all proceeds from this video on AdSense directly to The Trevor Project,” Charles said.

James Charles models for his brand, Sisters Apparel.
Sisters Apparel

The YouTuber received tons of praise on Twitter for his latest video

Online, many fans expressed excitement about Charles’ return to YouTube.

However, some people seem to dislike Charles’ video

While some said his video is only trending on YouTube because he’s friends with someone at the company, another accused the makeup artist of “ripping off” another makeup artist’s rainbow look.

Charles took to Instagram on Tuesday to address his critics

In a series of videos on his Instagram story, Charles addressed those who criticized his new video and donations to The Trevor Project.

He first began by saying that while he was “nervous to film a video and come back after everything,” he felt he would be able to “get back into the swing of things” by giving himself “time, and with patience, and with hard work, and with not getting involved in any ridiculous drama.”

Charles then said that reactions to his donation to The Trevor Project have been “super, super positive,” though some people have shared negative responses.

“Of course, there are still a few people that think they are literally just geniuses, theorizing that this is one big PR stunt to try to save my career,” Charles said. “This donation was already planned, literally months, and months, and months ago for the June pride collection, which is now obviously being pushed back.”

“I simply wanted to do something during Pride Month to celebrate while it’s still Pride Month,” he continued. “So that is what I came up with, it’s literally not that serious.”

Charles previously faced backlash for a public feud with fellow YouTuber and mentor, Tati Westbrook

On May 10, Westbrook released a now-deleted, 43-minute-long video explaining why she ended her friendship with Charles.

In her video, titled “Bye Sister,” Westbrook said Charles “completely blindsided” her when he advertised Sugar Bear Hair vitamins on Instagram in April. The vitamin brand is the top competitor of Westbrook’s supplement company, Halo Beauty.

Westbrook also accused the makeup mogul of “manipulating someone’s sexuality,” which led Jeffree Star to share a tweet in which he claimed Charles is a “danger to society.”

The video, which resulted in Charles losing millions of YouTube subscribers and the cancellation of his US tour, has since be re-uploaded by a fan to YouTube.

However, the feud was publicly put to rest on May 18, when Charles released a video titled “No More Lies” about the scandal. Star then followed with a video of his own, in which he said he is “not going to come for James.”

Westbrook also released a statement about the situation, and said that in an agreement with Charles, she would no longer speak publicly about their feud.

Representatives for James Charles and Tati Westbrook did not immediately reply to INSIDER’s request for comment.

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James Charles and Tati Westbrook Are Having Big Beauty Beef

James Charles and Tati Westbrook Are Having Big Beauty Beef

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There are few things more irrationally irritating than flipping through your favorite tabloids and/or pop culture-oriented sites and seeing a bunch of names that are unfamiliar to you, even though you’re totally up to snuff when it comes to modern celebrities. Fortunately for you, I have the solution.

Let’s dive into the two names you might’ve seen infiltrate your timeline over the weekend: James Charles and Tati Westbrook, two influencers/vloggers/beauty guru YouTubers who’ve been going at it. Who are they? Why do they hate each other? And why is it on all up in your social media feed, don’t they know the weekend is reserved for Game of Thrones? (They don’t.)

Who?

James Charles and Tati Westbrook have been friends since before Charles started his career (like, three years ago). She became something like a mentor to him in his early days, but his fame soon eclipsed hers on YouTube. If I had to speculate why that is, I’d say that Charles was one of the first teenage boys doing makeup on the video platform that really took off, following a fledgeling tradition set forth by men like Jeffree Star, Patrick Starrr and Manny MUA. Now, obviously, there are a million male MUAs (makeup artists) all over social media, but there’s definitely some benefit to being early to the movement. That, and he became CoverGirl’s first male ambassador in 2016 (the same year he went viral for retaking his senior portrait to ensure the photograph caught his highlight). His online mega-fame was imminent.

Still, James and Tati had a fairly close relationship—until a few weeks ago.

April 22, 2019:

According to E!, on April 22, Charles posted an ad for Sugar Bear Hair vitamins on his Instagram Story—the same shit Kylie Jenner and various other celebrities has been hocking on the platform for years now—which normally wouldn’t be anything to write home about except Sugar Bear Hair happens to be a direct competitor of Westbrook’s main business: Halo Beauty, a beauty-supplement company. Tati retaliated on her on Instagram Story and said she left “betrayed” and “lost,” never actually naming the person she felt “used” her.

According to Newsweek, she said in the two-minute video, “Through this whole journey in YouTube, I feel like have been someone who’s been super supportive to my friends. When you do so much for people in your life and they not only don’t return the favor, but they just don’t even see you… I feel really used.”

Both Stories have since expired, but the damage has been done.

April 23, 2019:

The follow day, recognizing that he had fucked up, Charles posted an Instagram Story in response, which Newsweek quotes as:

“I want to publicly apologize to my close friend, Tati. She has been like a mother to me since my first days in this industry and has given me more love, support, resources and advice than I could ever ask for. This weekend I did an Instagram story for sleep vitamins that I’ve been taking because the brand helped me with security when the crowd around me at Coachella became unsafe. I did not accept any money from this post. Tati has a vitamin brand which I take on a daily basis, but in the moment, I did not think about the competition. I’ve supported Tati both online and off like she has done for me and am devastated that I hurt someone that I truly love and have endless respect for.”

I’m here for a good fake story intended to cover up a mistake, but apologizing for more or less selling out a “close friend” to feel safe is wild? Like, his excuse is the cops? What?

May 4, 2019:

Naturally, everyone and their mother on YouTube decided to cash in on the drama and post their own opinions on the nascent issue. Most of them aren’t worth mentioning, save for MUA Gabriel Zamora, because he makes an appearance later in this explainer.

Zamora, who you may remember from the Laura Lee/Jeffree Star YouTube drama from August 2018 (I won’t get into the details here, just know that he and Star don’t get along because… both of them have been really racist on social media in the past), posted a vlog titled “Makeup and Opinions” in which he accused Westbrook of “fraudulent behavior.” He said, “All these videos are being made where James is being made out to be this horrible human being and I’m just confused as to what happened,” and argued that Westbrook shouldn’t have expected Halo to have an exclusive deal with Charles simply because they were friends.

Westbrook would later address that in her own video, saying her friendship with Charles “was not transactional.”

May 10, 2019:

Tati posted a 43-minute YouTube vlog titled, “BYE SISTER,” on Friday to address the ordeal. “Sister,” for those blissfully unaware, is an obvious reference to James Charles’ fanbase, whom he refers to as “sisters.”

In it, she said James Charles always assured her he didn’t like Sugar Bear Hair (and said it would be inappropriate to sell to his teenage audience) and that he would only ever use her product. When he did do the sponsored post around Coachella, she said, he only texted her after the fact to explain that, “I’m stressed… it’s no big,” completely catching her off guard. She explained that his thing about security is a “blatant lie… a very clever story.”

She began the clip by establishing their relationship: he did her makeup for her wedding; she flew him out to the ceremony, and he’s featured prominently in her wedding video. She says her husband helped him get a “boutique manager,” and taught him how to monetize his videos. She says she promoted him all the time and “never asked for a penny.” Twenty or so minutes into the video, she zeroed on Charles’s bad behavior, which she said “is over[ly] sexualized” for his audience “of 12- and 14-year-olds, dominantly.” She accused him of trying to seduce straight men and harassing them because he believed their “sexuality” doesn’t matter because he is “a celebrity.” It’s that last bit that seems to really have fans up in arms:

Tati concluded the video by addressing him directly:

“You’re a phony. You’re easily bought. I know that now… You sold me out, but you threw away our friendship. You lied to me, made up a story, you knew this would be embarrassing for me. No our relationship is not transactional. I have never asked you for anything in return.”

In the vlog, she also admitted to speaking to two drama channels (YouTube channels dedicated to YouTube gossip,) and said things like, “I always like to say, just because the person next to you is in a full body cast, doesn’t mean that your broken arm doesn’t hurt. Pain is pain.” So we can expect more on this in the future.

After her video went live, she tweeted the following:

Seven hours after her upload, James shared his own eight-and-a-half minute vlog, titled “tati.” In it, Charles is uncharacteristically makeup-free. He said:

“I hate knowing that I disappointed not only [my fans], but two people that have been role models for me doing this… What sucks the most is that I know there’s nothing I can say or do to ever earn that friendship or trust back but I don’t blame them for it. A lot of the time when I’ve had to address things in the past, I’ve acted out of impulse and I’ve gone off and tried to pull receipts or facts or screenshots and play the victim and I’m not doing that today, I’m not. That is all I have to say, I’m sorry.”

He also said he’s “already said my truth twice” about the Coachella Sugar Bear situation and doesn’t need to again. Has anyone ever told him to apologize you have to… actually admit to being wrong?

May 12, 2019:

According to CNN, James Charles has lost 2 million subscribers since the Westbrook drama/apology video stuff went down. He had nearly 16 million, and that number dropped to 14 million by Sunday afternoon and appears to be declining still. Westbrook’s subscribers, conversely, have been exploding: She hit 8 million on Sunday. Last week, that number was close to 5 million.

Jeffree Star, who loves to enter drama that doesn’t really concern him, jumped in Sunday to tweet and delete, “There is a reason that Nathan [Schwandt, Jeffree’s boyfriend] banned James Charles from ever coming over to our home again. There’s a reason why I haven’t seen him since [Tati’s] birthday in February. He is a danger to society. Everything Tati said is 100% true,” according to Hollywood Life. Ian Jeffrey, James’s 17-year-old brother, sub-tweeted Star with, “Why does everyone act so tough on the internet,” which Jeffree Star quote-tweeted (and once again, deleted): “Why is your brother a predator? Why’d you really have to move back up to NYC? Exactly. Shut the fuck up.”

Star is 33 years old.

May 13, 2019:

A little after midnight on Monday, Tati posted this note to her Instagram explaining that a reaction video to Charles’s apology video isn’t gonna happen right now:

Something tells me this is not the end. But it could be for Charles’s career?

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Iggy Azalea Shows Her Bare Face Before James Charles Does Her Makeup – Watch

Iggy Azalea Shows Her Bare Face Before James Charles Does Her Makeup – Watch

YouTube makeup guru James Charles did rapper Iggy Azalea’s makeup in a new video. He transformed her face and she looked totally different after he was done!

“Black Widow” rapper Iggy Azalea, 28, bared her face on 19-year-old YouTuber James Charles’ channel before he did a full makeup transformation on her! The rapper’s skin looked glowy and healthy at the start of the video, and she wore her blonde hair straight down, with a James Charles “sisters” merch black hoodie as well. James did Iggy’s makeup for the cover shoot for her upcoming new album Sally Walker, which must be a huge accomplishment for the YouTuber!

Iggy explained that she wanted James to do her makeup after watching his videos on long flights. She tweeted out, “James Charles do my makeup challenge,” in hopes that he would actually do it – and her wish became a reality! James slid into her DMs, and then actually did a full face of glam on Iggy! Follow your dreams, folks – they can definitely come true.

James created a gorgeous blue look for her eyeshadow, with a white to dark blue ombré effect from her inner corner to outer v. He put a light pink mauve lipstick on her lips, and of course added a glowy highlight for that perfect amount of radiance on her cheekbone and beneath Iggy’s brow. Iggy said in the video that she normally doesn’t experiment with colorful eyeshadow looks and was excited for James to create something outside her usual boundary for the shoot. Iggy also revealed that James did Iggy’s eyeshadow look for her music video, as well, which will be released on March 15!

Check out the full video of Iggy’s transformation above, to see her go from bare-faced to a vibrant blue look! James had already done 38-year-old Kim Kardashian and 21-year-old Kylie Jenner’s makeup on his channel before he did Iggy’s, so we wonder what celeb he’ll makeover next!

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Oscars 2019: How to watch the winning movies – CNET

Oscars 2019: How to watch the winning movies – CNET

The 2019 Oscars were Sunday. If you’re feeling inspired to see some of the winning films you didn’t catch earlier, here’s a guide to where you can stream, rent or buy the majority of them. Sorry in advance, but there are still quite a few you’ll have to catch in theaters — not that you need a movie subscription service to do so, but it can’t hurt.

Disclaimer: CNET may get a share of revenue from the sale of the products featured on this page.

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Best Picture, Best Original Screenplay, Supporting Actor 

Green Book

Streaming: Nope

Rent/Buy: AmazonGoogle PlayiTunesVudu

Best Director, Cinematography, Foreign Language Film

Roma

Streaming: Netflix

Rent/Buy: Nope

Best Actor, Sound Mixing, Sound Editing

Bohemian Rhapsody

Streaming: Nope

Rent/Buy: AmazonGoogle PlayiTunesVudu

Best Costume Design, Production Design, Original Score

Black Panther

Streaming: Netflix

Rent/Buy: Amazon, Google PlayiTunesVuduYouTube

Best Adapted Screenplay

BlacKkKlansman

Streaming: Nope

Rent/Buy: AmazonGoogle PlayiTunesVuduYouTube

Best Actress 

The Favourite

Streaming: Nope

Rent/Buy: Amazon, Google Play, iTunes, Vudu, YouTube

Best Original Song 

A Star is Born

Streaming: Nope

Rent/Buy: Google PlayiTunesYouTubeMicrosoft StoreMovies Anywhere

A Star is Born

Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga in A Star is Born.


Warner Bros

Best Supporting Actress

If Beale Street Could Talk

Streaming: Nope

Rent/Buy: Still in theaters

Best Makeup and Hairstyling

Vice

Streaming: Nope

Rent/Buy: Still in theaters

Best Visual Effects

First Man

Streaming: Nope

Rent/Buy: AmazonGoogle PlayiTunesVuduYouTube

Best Animated Film

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

Streaming: Nope

Rent/Buy: Still in theaters

Best Documentary – Feature

Free Solo

Streaming: Nope

Rent/Buy: AmazonGoogle PlayiTunesVuduYouTube

Best Documentary – Short Subject

Period. End of Sentence

Streaming: Netflix 

Best Animated Short Film

Bao

Streaming: Nope

Rent/Buy: YouTube, Google Play 

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Pixar

All other nominated films

A Quiet Place

Streaming: EPIX

Rent/Buy:  Amazon, Google Play, iTunes, Vudu, YouTube

Avengers: Infinity War

Streaming: Netflix

Rent/Buy: Amazon, Google Play, iTunes, Vudu, YouTube

The Ballad of Buster Scruggs

Streaming: Netflix

Rent/Buy: Nope

Can You Ever Forgive Me?

Streaming: Nope

Rent/Buy: Amazon, Google Play, iTunes, Vudu, YouTube

Capernaum

Streaming: Nope

Rent/Buy: Still in theaters

Cold War

Streaming: Nope

Rent/Buy: Still in theaters

At Eternity’s Gate

Streaming: Nope

Rent/Buy: Amazon, Google Play, iTunes, Vudu, YouTube

First Reformed

Streaming: Amazon, Kanopy

Rent/Buy: Amazon, Google Play, iTunes, Vudu, YouTube

Hale County This Morning, This Evening

Streaming: Nope

Rent/Buy: Still in theaters

Incredibles 2

Streaming: Netflix 

Rent/Buy: Amazon, Google Play, iTunes, Vudu, YouTube

Isle of Dogs

Streaming: HBO

Rent/Buy: Amazon, Google Play, iTunes, Vudu, YouTube

Mary Poppins Returns

Streaming: Nope

Rent/Buy: Still in theaters

Mary Queen of Scots

Streaming: Nope

Rent/Buy: Amazon, Google Play, iTunes

Minding the Gap

Streaming: Hulu, PBS

Rent/Buy: Nope

Mirai

Streaming: Nope

Rent/Buy: Still in theaters

Never Look Away

Streaming: Nope

Rent/Buy: Still in theaters

Of Fathers and Sons

Streaming: Kanopy

Rent/Buy: Still in theaters

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Ralph Breaks the Internet


Disney

Ralph Breaks the Internet

Streaming: Nope

Rent/Buy: Amazon, Google Play, iTunes, Vudu, YouTube

RBG

Streaming: Hulu, Hoopla

Rent/Buy: Amazon, Google Play, iTunes, Vudu, YouTube

Ready Player One

Streaming: HBO

Rent/Buy: Amazon, Google Play, iTunes, Vudu, YouTube

Shoplifters

Streaming: Hoopla

Rent/Buy: Amazon, iTunesVudu, YouTube

The Wife

Streaming: Nope

Rent/Buy: Amazon, Google Play, iTunesYouTube

For more information on what’s available to watch online, check out CNET.com/Netpicks or subscribe to the podcast — it’s free! And go to CNET sister site TVGuide.com to see what else is out in the world of streaming.

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Oscars 2019: How to watch the winning movies – CNET

Oscars 2019: How to watch the winning movies – CNET

The 2019 Oscars were Sunday. If you’re feeling inspired to see some of the winning films you didn’t catch earlier, here’s a guide to where you can stream, rent or buy the majority of them. Sorry in advance, but there are still quite a few you’ll have to catch in theaters — not that you need a movie subscription service to do so, but it can’t hurt.

Disclaimer: CNET may get a share of revenue from the sale of the products featured on this page.

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2:33

Best Picture, Best Original Screenplay, Supporting Actor 

Green Book

Streaming: Nope

Rent/Buy: AmazonGoogle PlayiTunesVudu

Best Director, Cinematography, Foreign Language Film

Roma

Streaming: Netflix

Rent/Buy: Nope

Best Actor, Sound Mixing, Sound Editing

Bohemian Rhapsody

Streaming: Nope

Rent/Buy: AmazonGoogle PlayiTunesVudu

Best Costume Design, Production Design, Original Score

Black Panther

Streaming: Netflix

Rent/Buy: Amazon, Google PlayiTunesVuduYouTube

Best Adapted Screenplay

BlacKkKlansman

Streaming: Nope

Rent/Buy: AmazonGoogle PlayiTunesVuduYouTube

Best Actress 

The Favourite

Streaming: Nope

Rent/Buy: Amazon, Google Play, iTunes, Vudu, YouTube

Best Original Song 

A Star is Born

Streaming: Nope

Rent/Buy: Google PlayiTunesYouTubeMicrosoft StoreMovies Anywhere

A Star is Born

Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga in A Star is Born.


Warner Bros

Best Supporting Actress

If Beale Street Could Talk

Streaming: Nope

Rent/Buy: Still in theaters

Best Makeup and Hairstyling

Vice

Streaming: Nope

Rent/Buy: Still in theaters

Best Visual Effects

First Man

Streaming: Nope

Rent/Buy: AmazonGoogle PlayiTunesVuduYouTube

Best Animated Film

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

Streaming: Nope

Rent/Buy: Still in theaters

Best Documentary – Feature

Free Solo

Streaming: Nope

Rent/Buy: AmazonGoogle PlayiTunesVuduYouTube

Best Documentary – Short Subject

Period. End of Sentence

Streaming: Netflix 

Best Animated Short Film

Bao

Streaming: Nope

Rent/Buy: YouTube, Google Play 

RGB

Incredibles 2


Pixar

All other nominated films

A Quiet Place

Streaming: EPIX

Rent/Buy:  Amazon, Google Play, iTunes, Vudu, YouTube

Avengers: Infinity War

Streaming: Netflix

Rent/Buy: Amazon, Google Play, iTunes, Vudu, YouTube

The Ballad of Buster Scruggs

Streaming: Netflix

Rent/Buy: Nope

Can You Ever Forgive Me?

Streaming: Nope

Rent/Buy: Amazon, Google Play, iTunes, Vudu, YouTube

Capernaum

Streaming: Nope

Rent/Buy: Still in theaters

Cold War

Streaming: Nope

Rent/Buy: Still in theaters

At Eternity’s Gate

Streaming: Nope

Rent/Buy: Amazon, Google Play, iTunes, Vudu, YouTube

First Reformed

Streaming: Amazon, Kanopy

Rent/Buy: Amazon, Google Play, iTunes, Vudu, YouTube

Hale County This Morning, This Evening

Streaming: Nope

Rent/Buy: Still in theaters

Incredibles 2

Streaming: Netflix 

Rent/Buy: Amazon, Google Play, iTunes, Vudu, YouTube

Isle of Dogs

Streaming: HBO

Rent/Buy: Amazon, Google Play, iTunes, Vudu, YouTube

Mary Poppins Returns

Streaming: Nope

Rent/Buy: Still in theaters

Mary Queen of Scots

Streaming: Nope

Rent/Buy: Amazon, Google Play, iTunes

Minding the Gap

Streaming: Hulu, PBS

Rent/Buy: Nope

Mirai

Streaming: Nope

Rent/Buy: Still in theaters

Never Look Away

Streaming: Nope

Rent/Buy: Still in theaters

Of Fathers and Sons

Streaming: Kanopy

Rent/Buy: Still in theaters

cropralphbreakstheinternet

Ralph Breaks the Internet


Disney

Ralph Breaks the Internet

Streaming: Nope

Rent/Buy: Amazon, Google Play, iTunes, Vudu, YouTube

RBG

Streaming: Hulu, Hoopla

Rent/Buy: Amazon, Google Play, iTunes, Vudu, YouTube

Ready Player One

Streaming: HBO

Rent/Buy: Amazon, Google Play, iTunes, Vudu, YouTube

Shoplifters

Streaming: Hoopla

Rent/Buy: Amazon, iTunesVudu, YouTube

The Wife

Streaming: Nope

Rent/Buy: Amazon, Google Play, iTunesYouTube

For more information on what’s available to watch online, check out CNET.com/Netpicks or subscribe to the podcast — it’s free! And go to CNET sister site TVGuide.com to see what else is out in the world of streaming.

Audio (weekly): RSS | iTunes | Google Play

Video (monthly): iTunes (HD) | iTunes (HQ) | iTunes (SD) | RSS (HD) | RSS (HQ)RSS (SD)

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