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Sinemia launches four new two-ticket plans for couples

Sinemia launches four new two-ticket plans for couples

MoviePass competitor Sinemia announced new pricing earlier this month, and now it is back with a new plan. Under the new plan, subscribers can get two tickets instead of one, opening the door for couples and others who often go to the theater with a second person. A similar plan has frequently been requested among MoviePass customers who must have two separate cards and accounts for two people.

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Lando movie rumor not true (from a certain point of view)

Lando movie rumor not true (from a certain point of view)

Rumor started this morning of a Lando Calrissian movie as foretold by Lucasfilm head Kathleen Kennedy. It was misquoted, as noted and re-noted by the source for the material. But the hype is real, and the reaction to the possibility of such a film is no surprise to us, no surprise at all.

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Hulu mobile update adds portrait viewer, enhanced scrubbing, and more

Hulu mobile update adds portrait viewer, enhanced scrubbing, and more

Hulu has detailed new features that will be coming to its Android and iOS apps next week. According to the company, it has experienced a huge increase in the number of subscribers who are watching shows using their mobile device instead of a television. This new update improves the experience for them, helping viewers scrub through videos, get directly to live channels, and more.

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MoviePass just added a step

MoviePass just added a step

This morning MoviePass sent out a "beta test" announcement to users - not all users, but some. According to the message, MoviePass is "implementing a few systems to protect our service from fraudulent activity to ensure that MoviePass is sustainable for the entire community." Apparently some people were... going to movies for free... fraudulently? So you're gonna have to take photos of your tickets.

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DirecTV Now cloud DVR goes live for all customers

DirecTV Now cloud DVR goes live for all customers

AT&T's OTT streaming television service DirecTV NOW has expanded its DVR features, making them available for all subscribers despite the continued "beta" status. The features are being made available to iOS and tvOS users first, though AT&T promises that Android, Roku, and Fire TV users will get access to the DVR and other changes in coming weeks. Joining the DVR is a new interface and more.

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Deadpool DVD covers: Blu-rays get photobombed

Deadpool DVD covers: Blu-rays get photobombed

There's a whole mess of Blu-rays at Walmart right this minute with Deadpool slip covers. These DVDs all come from Fox Home Entertainment, and would generally be on the shelf anyway, so they decided to slip some new covers on them before the release of Deadpool 2 in theaters. Today we've got a peek at the whole collection.

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Netflix orders horror anthology series original from Guillermo del Toro

Netflix orders horror anthology series original from Guillermo del Toro

Guillermo del Toro, the director and writer behind The Shape of Water and other notable movies, will be creating an anthology horror show for Netflix. This isn't del Toro's first time working with the streaming company, but does underscore an expanded presence with the company, where his DreamWorks Trollhunters show won an Emmy. The upcoming anthology will be called Guillermo del Toro Presents 10 After Midnight.

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Syfy cancels The Expanse, but the show may live on

Syfy cancels The Expanse, but the show may live on

Syfy, the network notorious for cheesy but fun movies, has canceled its science fiction hit The Expanse. It's a surprising blow to fans who have fallen in love with the futuristic drama, which itself has earned ample praise as one of the best sci-fi shows currently on TV. This season will wrap up and mark the end to The Expanse's life on Syfy, but the series may live on.

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Rick and Morty renewed for another 70 episodes on Adult Swim

Rick and Morty renewed for another 70 episodes on Adult Swim

Rick and Morty, the hit adult animation with an obnoxious fanbase, will be returning to Adult Swim with another 70 episodes. The renewal was announced by series co-creator Justin Roiland, who revealed the network's order on Twitter. That's a huge success for the series; it's more than double the current number of episodes.

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Netflix video previews on Android have arrived for some users

Netflix video previews on Android have arrived for some users

In early March, Netflix introduced previews for mobile, a feature that would offer 30-second teaser trailers for certain shows in a vertical orientation. About a month later, the company began rolling out those previews to iOS users, and now some Android users are seeing them appear on their phones. Once available, users will readily notice the previews due to their circular thumbnail.

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Hulu Live TV guide arrives on Nintendo Switch, Apple TV, more

Hulu Live TV guide arrives on Nintendo Switch, Apple TV, more

In the year since Hulu Live TV launched, we've slowly been seeing Hulu expand the service to more devices and flesh it out with additional features. Though Hulu Live TV probably could have used a little more time in the oven before release, these days it's shaping up to be a fairly solid service. It's getting better today with the introduction of a new guide, which is going live on a number of device.

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Avoid these sunscreens (they kill coral)

Avoid these sunscreens (they kill coral)

Two types of sunscreen were banned from sale in Hawaii in a State Senate action this week. Those sunscreens and sunblocks (whatever you'd like to call them) with oxybenzone and octinoxate were banned after enactment by the legislature of the state of Hawaii. According to the bill for the act, these chemicals kill coral - and you know what happens when all the coral dies, right?

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