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Daft Punk “Lose Yourself to Dance” comes correct with disco music video

Daft Punk “Lose Yourself to Dance” comes correct with disco music video

This week the French robot duo known as Daft Punk have unveiled their first "proper" music video for their record Random Access Memories in "Lose Yourself to Dance." This music video harkens back to the warm, sparkly beauty of the disco era with fully reflective jackets for the band, a soft filter on the camera lens, and golden lights shining on high from above. This release also sets itself up as one in a line of retro-aesthetic videos released over the past couple of years as it sticks to the theme of the record itself - new, yet classic.

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Star Wars spinoff films focusing on origins: franchise “evergreen”

Star Wars spinoff films focusing on origins: franchise “evergreen”

Walt Disney Co. chief financial officer Jay Rasulo spoke up this week about the vast possibilities in the near future for Star Wars. Whilst speaking on the assets Disney currently has in tow at the Bank of America Merrill Lynch Media, Communications & Entertainment Conference 2013, Rasulo made clear that there's really no end to the possibilities with where the company could go with the Star Wars universe. In speaking on new licensing deals, rights deals, and everything in-between, Rasulo described Star Wars as a true "evergreen property" whose value does not diminish.

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Pirates of the Caribbean 5 summer 2015 launch date delayed

Pirates of the Caribbean 5 summer 2015 launch date delayed

Johnny Depp fans found out the hard way this summer that just because he's attached to a film doesn't mean it's going to do well at the box office. The Lone Ranger was easily one of the worst films that Depp has ever been associated with. Depp's hit film franchise has definitely been Pirates of the Caribbean. Word surfaced today that the next film in the franchise has been delayed.

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Toyota Entune infotainment system no longer requires subscription

Toyota Entune infotainment system no longer requires subscription

We got a look at Toyota's Entune infotainment system back in 2011, an in-car entertainment system offering a variety of apps for certain vehicles. Thus far, Entune has been offered as a subscription service for those who elect to pay for it, something that it put an end to earlier this week. From now on, Entune is being automatically offered to drivers as a complimentary service.

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Harry Potter spin-off films a go

Harry Potter spin-off films a go

Inspired by a textbook mentioned inside the Harry Potter novel series, "Fantastic Beasts & Where to Find Them" has been announced by author J.K.Rowling and Warner Bros. Entertainment to be appearing as a the first in a series of films coming soon (or soonish). This series of movies will begin by focusing on the adventures of the fictitious book's fictitious author: Newt Scamander, and will be neither a prequel nor a sequel to any of the Harry Potter books or movies.

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New RoboCop trailer makes Robo look more human

New RoboCop trailer makes Robo look more human

Most adults who grew up in the 80s will probably have fond memories of the movie RoboCop. It was always a bit cheesy and over-the-top, but it is one of the best movies of the 80s. If you are like me when they first started remaking RoboCop you probably had some misgivings about the movie.

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Disney may offer final Clone Wars episodes exclusively on Apple TV

Disney may offer final Clone Wars episodes exclusively on Apple TV

Disney is said to be working on Star Wars app for the Apple TV. The details are still firmly in the rumor category at the moment, however it is looking like the final episodes of the Clone Wars television series will be amongst the first content available on the app. This is said to be coming during the upcoming holiday season and beyond that, additional content is expected.

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Arrested Development Season 5 tipped (again) for Netflix after movie

Arrested Development Season 5 tipped (again) for Netflix after movie

With the oncoming Arrested Development movie - yes, for real, for the thousandth time - appearing sooner than later, an interview with Rolling Stone had creator Mitch Hurwitz speaking up about Season 5 coming soon after. Though he's still not sure when the movie will be appearing, he is working on it. He also suggests that once the movie is made, there'll be plenty of room for another season of the show on Netflix.

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Bourne may retain Matt Damon: Aaron Cross to stick around too

Bourne may retain Matt Damon: Aaron Cross to stick around too

While Matt Damon has - on more than one occasion - suggested that he's not interested in returning to the Bourne film series, it would appear that this week he may be turning a cheek. Reports from Twitch suggest that Damon is in talks with Universal Studios to bring the Bourne character back to the film series - just so long as the next picture is directed by Paul Greengrass. The films The Bourne Supremacy (2004) and The Bourne Ultimatum (2007) were also directed by Paul Greengrass, if you did not know - those are also the two most successful films of the series thus far.

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