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Captain America: Civil War is first to use IMAX 2D digital cameras

Captain America: Civil War is first to use IMAX 2D digital cameras

Captain America: Civil War will be the first film that uses new IMAX 2D digital cameras, it has been confirmed. Only a small portion of the movie will be filmed with the cameras, but it is being teased that those moments -- and one in particular -- will be grand to behold, lending a cutting-edge-tech feel to what looks to be another exciting Marvel movie. The cameras themselves were made as part of a partnership between IMAX and Arri, and join the existing 2D film cameras and 3D digital cameras.

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Grand Theft Auto movie scores Bill Paxton alongside Daniel Radcliffe

Grand Theft Auto movie scores Bill Paxton alongside Daniel Radcliffe

The BBC is working on a Grand Theft Auto movie, and Bill Paxton will be joining Daniel Radcliffe as the flick’s grand legal antagonist "Jack Thompson", the lawyer who pushed against violent video games like GTA. Rumor of negotiations on Paxton’s part surfaced earlier this morning, and it has since been confirmed, with Paxton speaking briefly about the character he will be playing. Daniel Radcliffe, meanwhile, has already been on board with the show and will be playing Rockstar Games’ co-founder Sam Houser.

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‘Wonder Woman’ director Michelle MacLaren abandons movie

‘Wonder Woman’ director Michelle MacLaren abandons movie

The Wonder Woman movie that has been in the pipeline for a while just hit a big stumbling block: director Michelle MacLaren has decided to part ways with the production, with creative differences being cited as the reason. The announcement was made by the studio behind the film, though it didn’t go into any details about what the specific creative differences were. It’s a sad departure, not the least of which being due to Wonder Woman having been set to be MacLaren’s directorial debut.

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Marvel’s Ant-Man: new trailer gives bigger look at tiny hero

Marvel’s Ant-Man: new trailer gives bigger look at tiny hero

Ant-Man, despite its brief moment of rockiness, is an official movie Marvel has in the pipeline, and it is far enough along we've finally been graced with trailers. With the start of January, Marvel teased the movie using tiny video clips intended for, you know, ants. About a week later, Marvel released the upscaled regular human-sized version of that trailer, which gave us a nearly two minute look at the film and what all it offers. Now Marvel is back with an even longer trailer, and it shows so much more.

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Vizio takes 4K TV down to $600, aiming for middle-class USA

Vizio takes 4K TV down to $600, aiming for middle-class USA

The last time we spoke about "affordable" 4K TVs, Vizio was the brand we were speaking about. That was back in September of 2014, and the word "affordable" was tossed around rather willy-nilly. At $999, a television isn't exactly the sort of equipment the average middle-class citizen is going to be picking up more than once every few years. Fast forward to April 2015 and Vizio's newest stab at the market is a 4K TV with a price just 60% of that which they presented a half a year ago.

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Avengers: Age of Ultron clip hints why Hulk smash Iron Man

Avengers: Age of Ultron clip hints why Hulk smash Iron Man

If you thought the revelation of The Vision would be the last we'd see of teasers for Avengers: Age of Ultron, better think again. We still have a week or two (depending on where you live) so there's still plenty of room for teasers and potential spoilers. While this latest snippet isn't exactly an official trailer, it was shown in public at the recent MTV Music Awards for everyone to gawk at and chew on. It does contain potential spoilers about the until now unexplained confrontation between Hulk and Iron Man's Hulkbuster Armor, so be warned.

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Marvel confirms Spider-Man reboot will star Peter Parker

Marvel confirms Spider-Man reboot will star Peter Parker

Shortly after the news that Sony was allowing Spider-Man to return to the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), fans began discussing their hopes that the next movie would tell the story of someone other than Peter Parker, like successor Miles Morales for example, becoming the web-slinger. Also, that we not get yet another origin story, following one each with previous lead actors Toby Maguire and Andrew Garfield. Well, Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige confirmed in a recent interview that we will once again be seeing Peter Parker in the (yet again) rebooted Spider-Man film, along with other details.

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The Simpsons to no longer see Blu-ray, DVD releases

The Simpsons to no longer see Blu-ray, DVD releases

If you've been a collector of the DVD sets of The Simpsons for the last few years, you're going to have some empty shelf space after the season 17 box. Revealed via a Twitter post from the series' showrunner Al Jean, Fox Home Entertainment has decided to stop releasing individual seasons on DVD and Blu-ray. While Jean and the show's other creators expressed disappointment in the change, Fox says the decision was based on the need to move away from physical formats and focus on digital.

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‘Game of Thrones’ S5 episodes 1-4 leaked online

‘Game of Thrones’ S5 episodes 1-4 leaked online

Hearing about a new movie or TV show getting released early on the internet is a common thing these days, but when its new episodes of the most pirated show on the planet, and a day before their premiere, then it's a big deal. Brace yourselves, Game of Thrones fans, as the next few weeks might see an increase of spoilers floating around online (this article is spoiler free, however, I promise). With Game of Thrones' highly anticipated season 5 to debut on HBO Sunday night, the first four episodes were illegally leaked onto torrent sites yesterday.

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Greedo AND Han shoot first in the Star Wars Digital release

Greedo AND Han shoot first in the Star Wars Digital release

Let me confirm something with you, if I might. There's some confusion over who shoots first in Star Wars: A New Hope, in the newest digital edition of the film series. I'm here to tell you - it's sort of Greedo, but it's also sort of Han. How could this be, you say, how could they both be first? Have a peek at the frames at hand. Look at how this scene transpires, and judge for yourself whose trigger finger is happier - Greedo the bounty hunter, or Han Solo, our offbeat anti-hero.

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