Posts Tagged ‘movies’

Animation studio Lunar Animations shares how 2019 Mac Pro sped up their work on the new movie Jumanji: The Next Level.

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Netflix is testing a new subscription in select areas that allows customers to take out a mobile-only subscription, cutting prices from around $8 per month to $4 per month but restricting usage to mobile devices.

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Big news for Xbox owners today, with Microsoft announcing that it will be joining the ever growing Movies Anywhere service, which means that customers who buy movies on Xbox and Windows 10 will be able to link their accounts to Movies Anywhere.

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You can now get The Movie DB (TMDB) IPA for iOS and APK for Android app download released. No jailbreak required for this to work.

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In partnership with Fandango, Apple is offering a $5 discount on tickets when they are purchased via Apple Pay either the Fandango app or the Fandango.com website.

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Here’s how to get 5 free movies from iTunes and other sevices such as Google Play Movies, Amazon Video, Vudu and more legally.

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Apple’s aim to become a major player in the distribution of online movies and TV shows has taken a new turn today with the reporting of the company’s apparent interest in acquiring the distribution rights to the James Bond movies.

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Hulu has confirmed that it will offer offline playback in 2017, with users set to be able to download movies and TV shows for viewing even when an internet connection is not available.

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Apple has been in the midst of working to get both TV and movie companies lined up in order to offer a new subscription-based content deal for what seems like years now, but with the company’s advances being thwarted at every juncture, it seems Apple may be about to splash the cash in order to get its feet under the table.

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Apple is pushing movie studios to allow home rentals on iTunes of the new movies running in the cinemas, according to a new report.

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After dropping an initial teaser snippet back in May, Universal in collaboration with Legendary Pictures have today released the first official full-length trailer for the new Steve Jobs movie pencilled for release in October of this year. Rather than showing off a small little teaser that raises excitement but doesn’t exactly show what will ultimately be brought to the big screen, Universal has lifted the curtain on a two-and-a-half-minute trailer that shows Michael Fassbender in action as the iconic Apple co-founder – Steve Jobs.

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Any app or service that serves up instant access to popular movies and TV shows will always garner a lot of attention from the masses. The developers behind Popcorn Time, that managed to collect quite a lot of attention for potentially the wrong reasons, have shared some statistics to show just how much attention an iOS app of this particular type can get in terms of downloads.

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