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Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 Final Trailer released with early tickets

Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 Final Trailer released with early tickets

Behold, the final trailer before the release of The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1. Today is a day of video trailers, that's for certain. This trailer is called "Burn" for short, and leads the way in the collection of trailers, teasers, and special video spots created for a tremendous campaign for this big-time movie. This trailer features lots, and lots of action. And it's especially loud. Also beware of spoilers if you've not read the books. This trailer makes little effort to conceal them.

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Watch: Avengers: Age of Ultron trailer extended edition

Watch: Avengers: Age of Ultron trailer extended edition

A "Special Look" at Marvel's "Avengers: Age of Ultron" was presented last night during Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., and now you're allowed to watch it over and over again. After a day of so many Marvel Comics movie announcements your hear was likely to melt, today you get the fallout. It begins with a bit of Thor's Hammer for a good laugh. Mjolnir, Thor's Hammer, also known as Mjölnir in mythical Norse mythology, translating to "The Crusher" in English. It can only be lifted by whosoever is worthy of the powers of Thor.

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DREDD sequel “Superfiend” collection released: watch now

DREDD sequel “Superfiend” collection released: watch now

The unofficial "Bootleg" collection of DREDD videos called "Superfiend" have begun their trip to your eyeballs this afternoon. While the 2012 movie DREDD was a failure in the box office, a massive fan following has pushed creators to making way for future films. Sort of. These videos are the result of a wish had by Adi Shankar to continue work on DREDD through the 2000 AD universe. They're closer to fan films than they are to a theater release sort of deal - but they're certainly interesting enough to sit down and take in.

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Humans replacing scanners at movie theaters this Autumn

Humans replacing scanners at movie theaters this Autumn

A new set of ever-changing security measures embedded in movie tickets on your smartphone may soon do away with the need for scanning. While - just like you would at Starbucks - MovieTickets.com movie tickets on your smartphone required codes to be scanned by the ticket handler at your local theater until now, they've thought of something new. Instead, it'll take a trained movie theater redemption employee trained in the art of looking at tickets and knowing the newest combination of animations, colors, and codes.

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Twitter testing docked video player, just like audio cards

Twitter testing docked video player, just like audio cards

Twitter seems to have a new service in the works, wherein videos you launch would be docked at the bottom of the screen while you continue to scroll your feed. The feature looks a lot like YouTube for mobile, where the playing video simply finds a home on the bottom of the screen while you go on about your business. This compliments a previously announced (and official) Twitter service in audio cards, which play music shared via the microblogging platform in a player docked at the bottom of the screen.

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EU court rules embedding video is not copyright infringement

EU court rules embedding video is not copyright infringement

A landmark ruling was made recently in the EU by the Court of Justice and the ruling has to do with online copyright. The court ruled that embedding copyrighted videos is not copyright infringement, even if the source of the video uploaded it without permission. The case had been referred to the Court of Justice by a German court and had to do with a water filtering company called BestWater International and two independent commercial agents working for a competitor.

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Between Two Ferns brings Brad Pitt (and Louis CK) to the interview stage

Between Two Ferns brings Brad Pitt (and Louis CK) to the interview stage

It's time again to support your addiction to the most absurd interview program on the internet today: Between Two Ferns with Zach Galifianakis. Today's entry stars Brad Pitt, also known by his real name Bart Pit or Bradley Pits. He was in the film 12 Years A Salve and Furry - also known as Fury, if you listen to Pits himself. This installment also features a special guest appearance by comedian Louis C.K. in a bit of stand-up to liven the mood and bring some comedy to the program.

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Steve Jobs biopic signs Christian Bale: “he’s gonna crush it”

Steve Jobs biopic signs Christian Bale: “he’s gonna crush it”

This morning it's been confirmed that the most "official" of the "official biopic" collection of Steve Jobs films to come out after his untimely passing has signed on actor Christian Bale. Master actor Bale will play Jobs himself, and according to screenwriter Aaron Sorkin, "there isn't a scene or a frame that he's not in." Sorkin also make clear that "he didn't have to audition," but that "there was a meeting," but that's about it. This film will be based on Walter Isaacson's 2011 biography “Steve Jobs” for Sony Corp.

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Shia LaBeouf music video tells tale of “actual cannibal”

Shia LaBeouf music video tells tale of “actual cannibal”

We’ve reached peak Shia LaBeouf, and the actor superstar himself isn’t even directly involved. His name is involved, and indeed it does appear that the artist Rob Cantor does truly believe that he is speaking about Shia LeBeouf, but Shia is not actually in the building. What you’re about to witness is pure, unadulterated entertainment and musical magic the likes of which we’ve not seen for… at least a week. This this "peak" goes entirely the opposite direction of the peak Matthew McConaughey.

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Sunset Overdrive launch done with real, actual explosions

Sunset Overdrive launch done with real, actual explosions

If you’re one of the lucky few (like us) to be playing Sunset Overdrive in advance of the game’s launch, you’ll know that there are lots and lots of explosions. So very many explosions. You literally cannot play the game without making explosions happen extremely frequently. In celebration of this, Xbox and Insomniac Games are bringing on a week of explosions in the real world, and you get to see them right this minute - below, that is to say. You'll need to press play, too.

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