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Sony is making a Jump Street and Men in Black crossover movie

Sony is making a Jump Street and Men in Black crossover movie

This past December, the Sony hack led to emails being revealed that spoke of a Jump Street and Men in Black crossover movie. The company, obviously, didn’t confirm the information, but fast-forward a few months and we have now got word that, yes, the movie previously leaked will indeed be happening. It is an unusual enough movie that it provoked surprise when word of its first arose, and now doubly so now that we know it’s a real project.

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Cowboys vs. Dinosaurs movie revealed in new trailer

Cowboys vs. Dinosaurs movie revealed in new trailer

Perhaps we can blame Sharknado for the spike in ridiculous movies that don't go to too much effort hide their subpar production quality and overt tongue-in-cheek storylines. There's a dedicated fan base for such movies, and if you count yourself among them then you'll be glad to know there's yet another film of that sorts in the works: it's called Cowboys vs. Dinosaurs, and it is pretty much exactly what it sounds like. The film will be starring, among other, Eric Roberts.

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Milk Video Review – Samsung’s YouTube

Milk Video Review – Samsung’s YouTube

While it might seem strange to call Milk Video "Samsung's YouTube" since it contains actual YouTube content, know this: it's what this software feels like that counts. Over the past few weeks I've been using Samsung's Milk Video on a Samsung Galaxy Note 4 regularly. Once I received a Samsung Galaxy S6 for review over on Android Community, I began using Milk Video there as well. Of this I'm sure: once you get past the idea that you're no longer in your video comfort zone, Samsung's work with Milk Video shines.

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Stan Lee teaches “Cameo School” session with Audi

Stan Lee teaches “Cameo School” session with Audi

Arriving in his very fancy Audi S8, Stan Lee appears prepared to teach a class in making a cameo appearance. Having appeared in basically every Marvel Comics movie released in the past 10 years, Stan Lee is the pro. He's about to teach the class what this means. In this spot you'll find Kevin Smith, Tara Reid, Michael Rooker, Jason Mewes, and Lou Ferrigno - all of whom have made cameo appearances in the past, of their own. They're all rather large comic book fans, as it were.

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YouTube will soon put their ‘stars’ in films

YouTube will soon put their ‘stars’ in films

We all love (or tolerate) those end-of-year YouTube montages, which highlight the best viral videos in addition to various creators who have made a name on YouTube. those creators are a lynchpin for success, as various other platforms are trying to steal them away to create instant viewership. In their latest attempt to encourage those creators to stick around, YouTube will “release several feature length films over the next two years, all driven by YouTube stars”. The films will naturally debut on YouTube.

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First look at Jared Leto’s Joker from Suicide Squad

First look at Jared Leto’s Joker from Suicide Squad

The director of the forthcoming movie Suicide Squad, about a group of DC comics supervillains sent on a special mission by the government, tweeted a photo of Jared Leto on Friday giving us our first look at the actor's take on the Joker. The last time we saw Batman's arch-nemesis on film was when he was played by Heath Ledger in The Dark Knight. This new look gives the impression of a villain just as terrifying, but also unique from the previous portrayal.

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‘Warcraft’ movie pushed to summer 2016

‘Warcraft’ movie pushed to summer 2016

We’ve known for a while now that a movie based on World of Warcraft was in the works, but those who are eager to see it will have to wait a wee bit longer. Universal has decided to shift around the dates for a few upcoming movies, and one of them is “Warcraft”, the film based on Blizzard Entertainment’s popular game. Previously the movie was scheduled to arrive in theaters on March 11, 2016, but now with the schedule change it has been bumped a few months ahead to June 10.

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The Avengers Age of Ultron Spider-Man scene that wasn’t

The Avengers Age of Ultron Spider-Man scene that wasn’t

First of all - there is no post-credits scene in Avengers: Age of Ultron at all. None. There is, however, a very clever hoax being delivered to the web this week courtesy of one serious hoaxer. How exactly they created the sequence you're about to see, we do not know - but it's fairly believable. Especially since this is the quality at which most "post credits sequences" are delivered these days, generally speaking. And it wouldn't make much sense for Marvel to reboot Spider-Man like this AGAIN, would it?

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Mad Max launch trailer eats dog food, hits Thunderdome

Mad Max launch trailer eats dog food, hits Thunderdome

So you're a big fan of the original Max, the Road Warrior, the nameless stranger, yes? Mad Max is a game based on a movie, a movie that resurrects the original Mad Max trilogy of films with a new lead actor and an alternate take on the post-apocalyptic wasteland. Have a peek at the latest trailer, the last trailer before launch, we hope, for Mad Max. This game will be coming out well after the movie, and it'll include Dinki-Di dog food, just like it should. Just as Australian God intended.

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Netflix’s library to get shakeup on May 1

Netflix’s library to get shakeup on May 1

Netflix regularly purges content from its library and replaces it with new content -- this is generally a bittersweet moment, in that there's a good chance something you enjoyed will disappear, but that something you'd like to watch will be incoming. It is that time again, with May 1 marking the start of more content being added, as well as the start of a bunch of content being removed. Amongst those that are outbound is Skyfall and RoboCop, and inbound are a load of new things including Zombeavers.

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