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The Best New Movies to Go See This January

They say January is like the Monday of the months — in other words, kind of a drag. But the way we see it, January means a fresh start and an opportunity to crush a new set of goals (like watching something other than The Office on Netflix). The thing we're most looking forward to this year? The movies, duh. The first batch of new movies in January 2019 is a good one. We've got a solid selection of intense thrillers and heart-warming stories – exactly what we all need right now.  RELATED: The TV Shows Everyone Will Be Talking About in 2019 Start the year off right by with this roundup of the movies now playing, and some coming soon in the year year, that we're most excited to see. RELATED: Everything to Stream on Netflix This January

13 Movies You Need to Watch in June

Summer plans? Cancel them. Because you're up for at least 13 killer movie nights this month. June brings with it the most exciting all-female-led action movie in years, Ocean's 8, starring Rihanna, Sandra Bullock, Cate Blanchett, Anne Hathaway, Helena Bonham Carter, Mindy Kaling, Sarah Paulson, and—if you can imagine it—even more badass ladies. And while Claire Danes and Jim Parsons give emotional performances as the parents of a gender-fluid toddler in A Kid Like Jake, Jon Hamm, Jake Johnson, Ed Helms lighten the mood with the hilarious buddy comedy Tag (yes, it's about a game of tag). Read on for more of the best blockbusters, indie darlings, and long-awaited sequels you need to catch on the big screen this month. Watch: Sandra Bullock Can Only Tell These 2 Crazy Stories from the Set of Ocean's 8 RELATED: 6 Books to Read Before They Become Major Movies

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Andie and Ben (aka, Kate Hudson and Matthew McConaughey) Reunite at the Hollywood Film Awards

Two of our favorite romantic comedy characters came together IRL at the 20th annual Hollywood Film Awards inside the Beverly Hilton Hotel on Sunday. Former How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days co-stars Kate Hudson and Matthew McConaughey, who hilariously portrayed Andie and Ben in the 2003 flick, came together on the red carpet along with the actor’s stunning wife, Camila Alves. So what was the cause of their reunion? Hudson presented him with the Hollywood Ensemble Award, on behalf of the cast of Gold, as she smoldered in her glitzy, plunging Marchesa dress. Naturally, they weren’t the only stars to turn heads. Nicole Kidman, Naomie Harris, and Natalie Portman were just a few of the A-listers picking up accolades at the awards show. A statuesque Kidman turned heads in an off-white, floral Giambattista Valli floral gown to pick up the Hollywood Supporting Actress Award for her role in Lion, while soon to be mom-of-two Portman was glowing as she showed off her baby bump in a sleek, black Dior dress paired with black pumps. “You wear what fits,” the Jackie star, who received the Hollywood Actress Award, told InStyle with a smile about her maternity look. She added, “It’s a huge honor to get to be part of this this season. There are so many great movies and great artists that I admire a lot ... to get to be in the room with them is very flattering.” Lily Collins, who received the New Hollywood Award, echoed those sentiments, telling us it felt “surreal” to be honored at the star-studded event. “To be included in a group of people like this is amazing and a huge honor, and it’s my first acting award, so I’m just excited,” Collins said, as she flashed a bit of her toned midsection in a cutout David Koma dress that she told us she was “obsessed” with. Meanwhile, the ever-fashionable Harris, who was honored with the Hollywood Breakout Actress Award for her starring role in Moonlight, hit the carpet in a metallic Gucci suit, telling us receiving the award for the gripping drama felt “particularly special.” She added, “It was a passion project that we made on a shoestring budget, and nobody expected it to have this kind of reception, but it’s a film that’s really worth that kind of reception because it’s got such a beautiful message.” Hosted by James Corden, the event served as a preview of the films, filmmakers, and actors that land nominations in the season’s upcoming awards shows, though the 2016 election was a talking point among those who took the stage. Leonardo DiCaprio accepted the Hollywood Documentary Award for his film Before the Flood and encouraged everyone to head to the polls Tuesday to vote for candidates who support action on climate change. “Climate change is real. It’s happening faster than ever, and if you don’t believe in the science of man-made climate change, you might as well not believe in gravity,” he told the crowd. “All of us need to act, all of us in this room ... Let’s all use our power as citizens and do the right thing.” Aside from the political aspects of the evening though, there were several light-hearted and heartwarming moments of note as well. Harris’s Moonlight costar Janelle Monae teared up as she received the Spotlight Award, and Vince Vaughn made the audience giggle as he poked fun at the food at the event. Justin Timberlake also brought on the laughs as he accepted the Hollywood Song Award from his Trolls co-star Anna Kendrick, saying the HFA “could stand for Hella F**kin’ Awesome,” because his award was “pretty awesome.” RELATED: How to Get Kate Hudson's Signature Loose Waves Scroll down to see more of the stars at the glitzy affair.