All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Movies’

You Can Now Pre-Order Movies On Google Play

Google announced that you can now pre-order movie titles on Google Play. The company said in a Google+ update: Forget film release countdowns. Pre-order new movies like “+Gone Girl,” “Guardians of the Galaxy,” “+Maleficent,” “Maze Runner,” and more, then watch them the first day they’re available on digital. (US only, more countries coming soon!) You can’t just pre-order anything, but …

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Keira Knightley Didn’t Get “Imitation Game” Math

Keira Knightly plays genius mathematician Joan Clarke in The Imitation Game, but her real-life math skills might be closer akin to the normal person’s skill set. “We had a specialist brought in and I got that feeling that I haven’t had since school doing maths,” Keira Knightley explains. She continues, “You sort of feel like you’ve died and I couldn’t …

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“X-Men: Apocalypse” Focus Is On Mystique, The Beast

X-Men: Apocalypse won’t be released until May of 2016, but die hard fans are already starting to get excited as speculation ramps up about the latest X-Men installment. The third movie in the X-Men trilogy is highly anticipated after the immense success of X-Men: Days of Future Past and X-Men: The Last Stand. Days of Future Past grossed over $746 …

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Netflix Launches New Mobile Search Experience

Last month, Netflix launched a new search experience for its website, which included an “instant search” tool to give users quicker access to titles and actors. Over the weekend, the company announced a new search experience for mobile and tablets. They already began rolling it out to Android devices, and said an iPhone update would follow. The company said in …

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Rupert Grint: So Well Paid, It Was “Kind Of Ridiculous”

Harry Potter changed the lives of the children who starred in the film series, and star Rupert Grint revealed how in a recent interview. Grint played the character of Ron Weasley, one of the title character’s best friends in the movie series that spanned more than 10 years. Grint claimed that the amount he and his co-stars were paid was …

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Here’s What’s About To Hit Netflix

As you know, content comes and goes on Netflix. Each week, we’re bringing you a list of titles that you’ll be able to stream in the U.S. in the coming days. As always, dates are subject to change. As reported earlier, Netflix has added some Scripps Networks content, which includes shows from Food Network, HGTV, and Travel Channel. These include …

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Leonardo DiCaprio Is Apparently Not Your Next Steve Jobs

If you’ve been following the rumors and reports surrounding the upcoming biopic of Steve Jobs, based on Walter Isaacson’s bestselling biography, you probably have a headache. The last report had Danny Boyle signed on to direct, with Leonardo DiCaprio pegged for the title role. Apparently, Boyle wanted DiCaprio. We all want DiCaprio, right? Well, it’s not going to happen. According …

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Catherine Zeta-Jones Lands Violent New Role

Catherine Zeta-Jones has been handed a new role, and it should be quite interesting. She will be portraying real-life drug lord Griselda Blanco in the upcoming true crime biopic, The Godmother. Catherine Zeta-Jones was fantastic as a drug lord’s ruthless wife in Traffic back in 2000. But this time, she gets to play the first and only woman to ever …

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Angry Birds Movie Cast Revealed As Rovio Announces Layoffs

Apparently, there’s still enough love for Angry Birds for Rovio and Sony to spend a pretty penny on talent for the upcoming Angry Birds animated feature film. The cast has been revealed, as it boasts names like Jason Sudeikis, Danny McBride, Key & Peele, Bill Hader, Peter Dinklage, and more. From Rovio: Jason Sudeikis will lead the cast as Red, …

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Adam Sandler/Netflix Deal Shows Reliance on Big Data

Netflix is just getting started with this whole original movies thing. Sure, the once-DVD delivery company and future king of streaming has produced successful TV series like House of Cards and Orange Is The New Black. It’s also produced award-winning documentaries. But I’m sure Netflix would be the first to admit – fictional movies are an entirely different beast. Earlier …

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Netflix Signs Adam Sandler To Four-Picture Deal (Go On With The Chlorophyll)

Netflix announced that it has signed a deal with Adam Sandler, which will see him produce and star in four exclusive feature films for the company. Netflix is getting down to business in the movie industry now. Earlier this week, the company announced a deal with The Weinstein Company for its first original feature film, a sequel to Crouching Tiger, …

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Twilight Is Back, and Coming to a … Facebook Near You

Twilight isn’t dead, y’all. Like its sparkly subject matter, the series lives eternal – and will be coming to a Facebook news feed near you. Lionsgate has partnered with Facebook, the non-profit Women In Film, and crowdsourcing platform Tongal to produce a handful of original shorts “based on a broad spectrum of characters from the Twilight universe, with guidance provided …

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