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New on HBO Now: All the Movies and TV Coming in March

As winter turns to spring, you’re going to have an increasingly difficult time making excuses for staying indoors on your couch all the time. HBO is here to help, though: The pay-cable channel’s streaming platform is adding an impressive pile of film and TV titles to its library in March, making it far easier for your friends and loved ones to understand why you’re barricading yourself inside and eschewing all human contact. Here’s our take on everything you pop culture-loving shut-ins need to see next month.

 Now’s film slate for next month is particularly impressive, with a number of new theatrical premieres topping the list. Perhaps the foremost highlight is smash-hit comedy Girls Trip, the summer 2017 box-office sensation that launched its breakout star Tiffany Haddish into the Hollywood stratosphere. The film found commercial and critical success alike, making more than six times its $19 million production budget and scoring an impressive 90 percent on Rotten Tomatoes. Girls Trip follows four lifelong friends—Regina Hall, Queen Latifah, Jada Pinkett Smith and Haddish—who embark on a fun-filled trip to New Orleans, so whether you missed Mardi Gras earlier this month or you just miss it, you’ll most definitely want to take the Trip when it debuts on March 31. That’s just the first on a long list of noteworthy movies, by the way: HBO Now’s other theatrical premieres include Ridley Scott’s surprisingly decent Alien: Covenant (streaming March 3), Sofia Coppola’s 2017 take on The Beguiled (March 17), Colin Trevorrow’s fascinatingly bad drama The Book of Henry (March 21) and David Leitch’s display of Charlize Theron kicking all kinds of ass, Atomic Blonde (March

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