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Curious to know what movies and TV shows are coming to Netflix Watch Instantly over the next few weeks? Get a head start and mark your calendars using the list below, just released to us by Netflix.

Note: Listed below are just the movies, not the television shows.

Avail 10/1

Annie (1982)

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Comic book imprint Dynamite Entertainment publishes adaptations of popular cult franchises in other media — including the Army of Darkness, Terminator and RoboCop graphic novels. For the company’s tenth anniversary, the publisher is issuing the first-ever sequel to a Quentin Tarantino movie, called Django Meets Zorro. It’ll hit stores this November.

Website Collider recently spoke with Tarantino and writer Matt Wagner

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Here’s your 3-day box office returns (new releases bolded):

1. The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey – $ 32.9 million

2. Django Unchained – $ 30.6 million

3. Les Miserables – $ 28.0 million

4. Parental Guidance – $ 14.8 million

5. Jack Reacher – $ 14.0 million

6. This is 40 – $ 13.1 million

7. Lincoln – $ 7.5 million

8. The Guilt Trip – $ 6.6 million

9. Monsters, Inc. 3-D – $

LOS ANGELES — “The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey” continues to rule them all at the box office, staying on top for a third-straight week and capping a record-setting $ 10.8 billion year in moviegoing.

The Warner Bros. fantasy epic from director Peter Jackson, based on the beloved J.R.R. Tolkien novel, made nearly $ 33 million this weekend, according to Sunday studio estimates, despite serious competition from some much-anticipated newcomers. It’s now… Continue reading 'Django Unchained' Box Office: Quentin Tarantino Film Beats Out 'Les Mis'