Tag: streaming

The Trailer For Michael B. Jordan’s ‘Raising Dion’ Asks, What Will Parents Do For Their Super-Powered Kids?

In case you hadn’t already noticed, stories about superheroes and the feats of valor (and violence) they are capable of achieving are everywhere. The pages of everyone’s favorite comic books are spilling out onto theater screens, television sets, and smartphones everyone, and it’s not going to be stopping anytime soon. In the next few months […]

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Mark-Paul Gosselaar Was Just As Surprised By The ‘Saved By The Bell’ Reboot News As Everyone Else

On Tuesday, NBCUniversal announced plans for its long-promised Netflix competitor, the new streaming service “Peacock,” and included among its promised original programming was a Saved By the Bell sequel series starring original cast members Mario Lopez and Elizabeth Berkley. The pair will be reprising the roles of A.C. Slater and Jessie Spano, but more amazing […]

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‘The Boondocks’ Revival Finds A Home At The New HBO Max Streaming Service

Over the summer, Sony Pictures Animation announced that The Boondocks creator Aaron McGruder was working on a “modern-era” revival of the classic Adult Swim series. Three months later, WarnerMedia has greenlit a two-season order of the revitalized animated program for its upcoming Netflix competitor, HBO Max. This means, of course, that Granddad, Huey, and Riley […]

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Disney+ Is Not Going To Carry Anything With An R Rating

Disney At the Walt Disney Company’s massive public relations expo D23, the entertainment conglomerate previewed The Mandalorian, a host of Marvel Studios programming both known and unknown, and many other tidbits regarding its upcoming Netflix competitor, Disney+. Despite everything that executives like Kevin Feige and Kathleen Kennedy had to say, though, it wasn’t until entertainment […]

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Dave Chappelle’s Surprise Netflix Special Has A Secret Ending

Netflix A week and a half ago, Netflix and comedian Dave Chappelle surprised everyone by announcing that the latter’s fifth — yes, fifth — stand-up special would be debuting at the end of the month. Well, today is that day and, unsurprisingly, Sticks & Stones is generating all kinds of controversy online. From his past […]

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The First Trailer For Apple TV’s ‘Dickinson’ Reimagines The ‘Wild’ American Poet For The Modern Era

[embedded content] Share This Video Disney+ may be in the middle of a massive public relations rollout ahead of its debut on November 12th, but that doesn’t mean that Apple TV is just going to idly sit by. Hence Monday’s teaser trailer for Dickinson, the half-hour “period” comedy series about famed American poet Emily Dickinson […]

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Jon Favreau Addresses Whether Or Not Boba Fett Will Pop Up In ‘The Mandalorian’

Lucasfilm After what Disney and Lucasfilm determined was the financial misfire of Solo: A Star Wars Story, the long-rumored film based on the bounty hunter Boba Fett was summarily canceled. Even so, fans have been clamoring for something new that pertains to the hugely popular character from the original trilogy. And with the upcoming original […]

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Is Bob Odenkirk Suggesting That The ‘Breaking Bad’ Movie Has Already Been Filmed?

AMC Since February, Breaking Bad fans have known about the existence of creator Vince Gilligan and star Aaron Paul’s plans to film a movie for Netflix. Aside from these bits, though, little else is known about the project — including when it will go into production and, aside from a general release date of “sometime […]

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Netflix And Theater Chains Are Battling Over Release Plans For Martin Scorsese’s ‘The Irishman’

Netflix After months (nay, years) of waiting, Netflix has finally opened the Pandora’s Box that is Martin Scorsese’s The Irishman by granting audiences a preview of Al Pacino and Robert De Niro’s de-aged performances. As fiery as this topic may be, though, the streaming giant’s latest attempt to produce, distribute and promote yet another film […]

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Disney Has Announced Details On Rolling Out Their Disney+ Streaming Service In Several Countries

Disney/Lucasfilm Disney recently announced plans to launch even more Marvel shows on their upcoming Disney+ streaming service than previously stated. That’s in addition to the other series and movies already thought to be included, but it seems that the streaming-giant-in-the-making is only getting started. On Monday, Disney announced plans to launch the service not only […]

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Spotify rolling out parental controls to match Apple Music

Spotify announced that it is updating its Family Plans to allow parents greater control over what music and podcasts their kids can access. Such controls already exist with rival Apple Music, thanks to a broader push by Apple to give parents easier ways to monitor the use of gadgets by kids and to share content […]

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There’s A Chance That Helen Mirren Will Play Queen Elizabeth II (Again) On ‘The Crown’

Pathé Earlier this week, Netflix finally revealed that season three of its critically acclaimed drama The Crown would premiere on November 17th. Since Peter Morgan’s serialized drama about the rise of Queen Elizabeth II was designed to span six seasons — with the first, second and third pairs representing different decades with different casts playing […]

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Disney+ Is Going To Feature Even More Marvel Shows Than Previously Thought

Marvel Studios Disney+ not only boasts the parent company’s already impressive catalog but new serialized programming from the likes of Lucasfilm and Marvel Studios. The thing is, despite the fact that the Mouse’s highest corporate entity oversees these (and many other) offshoots, this doesn’t mean that things are going to be uniform. Such is the […]

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A New Streaming Deal For ‘The Big Bang Theory’ Could Cost HBO Max A Lot Of Money

CBS After Friends briefly hits theaters next month, it will leave its streaming home at Netflix in 2020 and move to WarnerMedia’s HBO Max. The Office, meanwhile, is also leaving the challenged streaming juggernaut for NBC’s forthcoming follow-up to its shuttered Seeso platform. So, to put things plainly, a whole bunch of “classic” broadcast programs […]

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The ‘Game Of Thrones’ Showrunners Will Take Their Talents To Netflix

Getty Image A few weeks after the first reports of David Benioff and D.B. Weiss’ rumored negotiations with Netflix and a host of other major outlets, it seems the Game of Thrones showrunners (and San Diego Comic-Con skippers) have finally settled on a reportedly massive deal with the streaming giant. According to Deadline, the pair […]

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Disney Will Offer A Disney+, Hulu, And ESPN+ Bundle For A Surprisingly Low Price

Disney Between the Disney catalog and the new additions afforded by the likes of Marvel Studios and Lucasfilm, the upcoming Disney+ streaming service already seems like a bargain. Even so, the question that has plagued potential subscribers and industry analysts (not to mention the competition at Netflix and Amazon) is one of a potential bundle. […]

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Kevin Hart Will Play A Version Of Himself In An Upcoming Action-Comedy Series

Universal Pictures Despite the sudden cancellation of venerated shows like Tuca & Bertie, Netflix is still king. So too is streaming, which is soon to see an influx of even more platforms like WarnerMedia’s HBO Max, Disney Plus, and NBCUniversal’s untitled follow-up to its failed comedy-centric Seeso streamer. And then there’s Quibi, an upcoming digital […]

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Netflix Finally Offers Martin Scorsese Fans A First Look At His Upcoming ‘The Irishman’ Movie

Netflix From Taxi Driver to Goodfellas, director Martin Scorsese‘s oeuvre is rife with crime-filled epics that, more often than not, feature the same roster of actors. Robert De Niro, Harvey Keitel, and Joe Pesci are counted among this elite group, but amazingly, Al Pacino is not — which is a fact that the upcoming Netflix […]

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Sebastian Stan Doesn’t Think His Character Could (Or Would) Ever Be The Next Captain America

Marvel Studios In the pages of Marvel Comics, many characters besides Steve Rogers have adopted the “Captain America” mantle. Including Anthony Mackie’s Sam Wilson, who was given the iconic shield at the end of Avengers: Endgame and promised to “do my best” with it. He’s going to try to do just that in Marvel and […]

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