All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Entertainment’

The Walking Dead Movie Reportedly Being Discussed

There are no official talks for the release of a feature film of AMC’s The Walking Dead, as far as we know, but according to prominent horror movie news site Bloody Disgusting, there are non-official talks, or “rumblings,” among those working closely with the show’s crew and AMC itself. Lots more The Walking Dead goodness right here. Bloody Disgusting’s Mr. …

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Now Stanley Kubrick Fans Must Own iPads

Actor Matthew Modine, who recently appeared in The Dark Knight Rises, but will forever be known as Private Joker from Stanley Kubrick’s classic Full Metal Jacket, wrote a book called Full Metal Jacket Diary, which was released in 2005. Now, Modine has released an iPad app based on the book, which he describes as an “appumentary,” and an “entirely reimagined, …

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Hugh Jackman Shows Google+ How Pumped He Is For “The Wolverine” (And Hugh Jackman)

Hugh Jackman is one of those people who actually has a lot of followers on Google+. His verified, official account is in nearly 3 million people’s circles. For Google+, that’s pretty popular. On Friday, he posted this: Hugh Jackman3 days ago "Wolverine is back…feel so pumped about this one……never felt so ready!!!!" 2128    456 Powered by socialditto The next …

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DirecTV Customers Not The Only Ones To Lose Viacom Programming

As previously reported, Viacom and DirecTV have been unable to reach an agreement to keep DirecTV customers getting programming from Viacom. Here’s what Daniel Tosh had to say about it. Viacom has now cut off online streaming of some of its shows from its sites, to all viewers, so now even people that aren’t DirecTV customers no longer have convenient …

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Would Game Of Thrones Be Better With Lightsabers? Watch This Video To Find Out

The answer is no, but this video does exist, so enjoy. I’m not going to bother with a lot of explanation on this one. It’s Game of Thrones and it’s lightsabers. What else do you want from me? I will say that effects-wise, it looks pretty good. The video was made as its creator’s first attempt at rotoscoping in Adobe …

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Ignoring D-Day Isn’t The Only Reason Google Sparked Controversy With Its Drive-In Doodle

About a month ago, Google ran a doodle on its homepage, celebrating the anniversary of the opening of the first drive-in theater. It even came with a special, playable video: Google irked some people with the doodle for choosing the opening of the first drive-in, as opposed to the anniversary of D-Day, which fell on the same day, but many …

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American Idiot Musical Cast Goes To Google

Google hosted the touring cast of the Broadway musical American Idiot for a Q&A session. The musical is based on the hit 2004 Green Day album of the same title. Bradley Horowitz, the VP of Product Management for Google+, posted some photos and video of the event to his Google+ stream. (image) (image) Bradley Horowitz 3 days ago Wonderful cast …

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Blogger Reality Steve Settles With ABC, Says Spoilers Will Continue

Are you a fan of the hit ABC shows Bachelor, Bachelorette, or Bachelor Pad? If so, you’re more than likely aware of Steve Carbone, AKA Reality Steve, the popular blogger who provides exclusive details and spoilers about the shows and their contestants. Despite his fame among his fans, the production companies behind these shows do not share the same feelings. …

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TwitVid Rebrands As Telly, Aims To Solve The Video Discovery Problem

TwitVid, the service once known as the go-to destination for uploading videos to share on Twitter, has rebranded itself as Telly, and now has much bigger ambitions. WebProNews spoke with TwitVid and Telly founder Mo Adham about the launch. He tells us that the goal is to “solve the problem of video discovery.” You may not have any trouble discovering …

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Opening of the First Drive-in Theater Celebrated With Google Doodle

Google is celebrating the opening of the first drive-in theater with a new doodle on its homepage. When you click the play button, the show begins. The doodle comes with some appropriate sound effects and video (including an Android dashboard figure, a monster movie and the intermission screen). The only thing missing is a couple making out, though a girl …

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Are Facebook & Twitter Just Entertainment For You?

This is a serious question. A study from The Hollywood Reporter and Penn Schoen Berland came out a couple of months ago about how Facebook and Twitter affect people’s experience with television and movies. It’s kind of old so I normally wouldn’t think it was worthy of devoting a short article to, but I came across a post on AllFacebook …

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Kevin Allison: Comedian Talks Podcasting And Social Media

We always like to look at stories about how the web has changed (and continues to change) the media landscape, whether that be journalism, entertainment or anything else. When I was growing up, one of my favorite shows was MTV’s The State – a sketch comedy show that was simply too short-lived. Many of the actors from the show have …

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