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Amanda Knox Accuses Matt Damon's Film Stillwater of Distorting Her Story

In a 44-tweet thread, Amanda Knox has accused Stillwater director and screen-writer Tom McCarthy and actor Matt Damon of manipulating the events of her life unjustly for entertainment, and continuing a public narrative that she is a murderer who was unfairly freed. She argues that the creative team, who has admitted that her life served as inspiration for the plot, did not have her consent and that the resulting film, out now, does further harm to her reputation.
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'The Crown' Seasons 5 and 6: New Cast Members, Timeline and Everything We Know

With The Crown season 4 now streaming on Netflix, anticipation is already ramping up for the upcoming next two seasons of the Emmy-winning historical drama about the royal family. Over the past year, the streaming platform announced some of the new stars taking over for the current cast in season 5 -- prepare to say goodbye to Olivia Colman and hello to Imelda Staunton -- and confirmed that season 6 will be its last. From the cast to the timeline, here is everything ET knows about the final two seasons of creator Peter Morgan’s series:
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Amanda Knox Slams Matt Damon's New Movie 'Stillwater' Inspired by Her Life Story

Amanda Knox has spoken out about Matt Damon's new movie Stillwater, slamming the film that is "inspired by" her life story. Knox published an editorial on her website calling out the film's creators, as well as many media outlets, for profiting off of the experience that she lived through for the sake of the film. The 34-year-old journalist also criticized those involved for focusing solely on the sensational aspect of the story and diminishing the death of Meredith Kercher.

Amanda Knox Slams Matt Damon's Stillwater for Stealing Her Story Without Consent

Amanda Knox, activist, journalist and author of 'Waiting to Be Heard,' which retells the events of her charge of murder in Italy, her eventual acquittal and the fall out that followed, is not happy about an upcoming Matt Damon movie that is garnering much praise. She will not be the first in line to buy a ticket to watch Stillwater. Yesterday, she took to Twitter to call out Matt Damon and Tom McCarthy for stealing her story in in a series of tweets.

Amanda Knox Condemns Matt Damon For Profiting Off Of Stillwater Film ‘That Distorts My Reputation’

It’s safe to say Amanda Knox will not be tuning into Matt Damon’s latest film release, Stillwater, which is “loosely based” on her own life. Ahead of the drama’s release on Friday, the controversial public figure is speaking out against the flick and its creators for profiting off of her name and story without consent. As you’ll recall, Knox is most known for being acquitted of murdering Meredith Kercher, her study abroad roommate, in 2007. She served four years (of a 26-year sentence) in an Italian prison before the case was overturned.

Amanda Knox Complains Matt Damon Film 'Stillwater' Rips Off Her Life

Amanda Knox, who became the center of global attention in 2007 after being wrongfully convicted for murder while she was an exchange student in Italy, is speaking out against the new film “Stillwater” starring Matt Damon as ripping off her life while casting doubts over her innocence. What Happened: Knox...

Amanda Knox claims Matt Damon film Stillwater profits from her life

Amanda Knox has criticised actor Matt Damon and director Tom McCarthy for "profiting" from her wrongful murder conviction. Damon stars in McCarthy's new film, Stillwater, which the director said was inspired by Ms Knox's legal fight. The American was jailed in Italy for four years for the murder of a...

Amanda Knox Shreds Matt Damon's 'Stillwater' For 'Fictionalizing Away My Innocence'

Matt Damon is earning critical praise for his performance in “Stillwater,” but not everyone is a fan of the new movie. Amanda Knox, who was convicted and then exonerated in the 2007 murder of fellow exchange student Meredith Kercher, took aim at Damon and “Stillwater” director Tom McCarthy in a lengthy Twitter thread that was also published as a blog on her website.
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The Witcher Season 2: Release Date, Characters, Plot - What We Know

Based on Polish author Andrzej Sapkowski's series of fantasy novels, Netflix's The Witcher tells the story of Geralt of Rivia and his exploits in a medieval world called The Continent. Sapkowski drew inspiration from Polish and Slavic mythology while also including elves, dwarves, dragons, and various other monsters derived from East European folklore.
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Amanda Knox Slams Matt Damon’s ‘Stillwater’ for ‘Ripping Off’ Her Story ‘Without Consent’

Taking power back. Amanda Knox is speaking out after the premiere of Matt Damon‘s Stillwater, which has been described as being loosely based on her life. “Does my name belong to me? My face? What about my life? My story?” she tweeted on Thursday, July 29, starting a lengthy thread about her opinions on the film. “Why does my name refer to events I had no hand in? I return to these questions because others continue to profit off my name, face, & story without my consent. Most recently, the film #STILLWATER.”
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The Pursuit of Love

When Bridgerton hit Netflix last winter, a record-breaking number of viewers tuned in to its antics, sucked into the sexy period piece’s easy frills and thrills. A Regency-era romp about British high society and the bawdy dalliances contained therein, the show, based on the Julia Quinn novels, felt like a flirty pastiche of Jane Austen conventions—if you shoved one of her stories through a Harlequin romance Instagram filter and soundtracked it to orchestral covers of Ariana Grande and Billie Eilish songs.
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The Green Knight

Director David Lowery tackles your most burning questions. Director David Lowery’s highly anticipated film, The Green Knight, is adapted from the anonymously written 14th-century poem “Sir Gawain and the Green Knight,” which most English majors have had to read at least once. It tells a rather simple story about King Arthur’s nephew Sir Gawain, who accepts a challenge from a supernaturally oversized knight on New Year’s Eve—and has one year to deliver on his side of the bargain. On his journey to find the Green Knight, Gawain encounters the usual Arthurian tests of honor and character, and comes out the other side a little more worse for wear than some of his fellow knights of the Round Table.
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We Need to Talk About What the Heck an "FBoy" Is on 'FBOY Island'

When I first saw the trailer for HBO Max's new dating show FBoy Island, I thought to myself, "A dating show that specifically targets and explores the idea of being a fuckboy? Isn't that... every single dating show in the year 2021?" Even so, I am a sucker for a show that calls people on their bullshit, and this immediately felt like the perfect addition to the tropical-island-dating-show cannon.