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Netflix details new shows and movies arriving next month

Netflix details new shows and movies arriving next month

Netflix has detailed the new shows and movies that'll be arriving next month, as well as the ones that will be disappearing on December 1 (that gives you about two days left to catch up on them). The new content will roll out over the course of the month rather than all dropping at once, and include the series' we already knew were inbound, such as Marco Polo. The first batch of content will be arriving on December 1, and included among it is Troop Beverly Hills, Madison, and A Knight's Tale.

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Star Wars: The Force Awakens HD images released by Disney

Star Wars: The Force Awakens HD images released by Disney

Worthy of pasting upon your desktop or your cellular phone without a doubt, a small set of shots from the upcoming Star Wars film have been distributed today by Disney. These are from the same Star Wars: The Force Awakens collection we reported earlier today for the IMAX vs Standard Release of the film, here showing the Millennium Falcon and three of the films' major stars. Here you'll find John Boyega and Daisy Ridley - and likely a Driver - in all their high-definition, 2048-pixel-wide glory, ready for the theater.

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Star Wars The Force Awakens: IMAX vs Standard release

Star Wars The Force Awakens: IMAX vs Standard release

One bit of detail has been cleared up in the wake of the release of the first Star Wars The Force Awakens trailer. That detail is in the IMAX filming of this movie. Earlier this year it was suggested by Bad Robot productions that massive IMAX cameras would be utilized in the filming of Star Wars 7. Images provided by Disney today make clear what that'll mean for those of you heading to theaters in December of 2015: you're going to need to head to an IMAX theater to get the full experience.

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Star Wars 7 trailer analysis: These are the details you’re looking for

Star Wars 7 trailer analysis: These are the details you’re looking for

It's time - the first teaser trailer for Star Wars VII is here. Star Wars 7, also known as The Force Awakens, is set to be one of the biggest movie releases in the history of movie releases. News articles about single tweets about details in the film have exploded. The trailer released this morning essentially crashed the iTunes Movie Trailer website. Movie theaters across the country are seeing filmgoers come in JUST to see the trailer. It's madness. What we're doing here is breaking this trailer down scene-by-scene.

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CuBoxTV entertainment cube offers XBMC

CuBoxTV entertainment cube offers XBMC

Set-top boxes are a common gadget at this point, with the most notable ones being devices like the Roku and Chromecast. Other lesser-known options are available, however, often requiring a few tech skills to get everything setup but offering more user freedom in return. The new CuBoxTV is one such item, offering users the XBMC platform alongside a tiny cube-shaped design with a variety of connectivity options and media support. CuBoxTV comes from SolidRun, which has put the device up for pre-order.

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Jurassic World trailer released early: watch now

Jurassic World trailer released early: watch now

This morning the first full-length trailer for Jurassic World was released by Universal Pictures just a BIT earlier than was expected. This trailer will reassure you that Steven Spielberg is still attached (as a producer this time, not a director), and that you're still in the same Jurassic Part universe. You'll find Colin Trevorrow attached as director, and this film pumped up for release on June 12th, 2015. Oh and Chris Pratt is here to join in on the fun, of course - Star Lord!

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Star Wars 7 trailer released this week: here’s where [UPDATED: More theaters!]

Star Wars 7 trailer released this week: here’s where [UPDATED: More theaters!]

This "holiday week-end" you'll be able to see a trailer for Star Wars The Force Awakens, aka Star Wars 7, in select theaters throughout the United States. A limited number of theaters are said to be participating in this "preview" for the film - though we're not entirely sure why our source uses that word. One worker for a theater chain suggests that an internal email has been sent notifying employees that the preview will be coming. We must assume it'll be coming in a steel truck with armed guards, but no confirmation on that bit yet.

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Jurassic World trailer-teaser previews dinosaurs reborn

Jurassic World trailer-teaser previews dinosaurs reborn

If there's an upcoming movie almost guaranteed to get anybody who grew up in the 90s salivating, it's Jurassic World, and so you'll have to forgive us for getting unduly excited about the first trailer teaser. Not due to open in theaters until June 12th, 2015, the movie takes us back to an island of dinosaurs in the most exciting - and, unsurprisingly, dangerous - theme park you can imagine, with original director Steven Spielberg returning to act as executive producer on the new installment.

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Netflix scores NBC’s “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt”

Netflix scores NBC’s “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt”

Netflix, which just recently announced that it'll be bringing about a fourth season of previously cancelled series Longmire, has another show inbound: NBC's Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt. The show is the brainchild of Tina Fey and Robert Carlock, and if you haven't heard of it before, that's likely because it hasn't aired yet. The show was set to arrive on NBC (you can see a "Coming Soon" page on the network's website) but it seems that has changed, with it being reported that Netflix has stepped in to take over.

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Netflix confirms “Longmire” is inbound

Netflix confirms “Longmire” is inbound

It has finally been confirmed: Netflix has indeed picked up Longmire and will be releasing its fourth season some time next year. This comes after the most recent rumor from Deadline, which reported yesterday that sources had confirmed that Netflix's negotiations had been successful and the deal had been finalized. This, of course, comes after A&E revealed back in September that it had cancelled the series, something that resulted because its primary audience was too old and the network didn't have any stake in the series.

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