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Super Mario Bros Limited Edition Blu-ray goes up for preorder

Super Mario Bros Limited Edition Blu-ray goes up for preorder

The Super Mario Bros movie from 1993 is, to put it kindly, not that great. It does, however, have a faithful group of fans who like it for precisely that reason, and so it’s not terribly shocking to find a new limited edition Blu-ray version of the flick up for pre-order. This Blu-ray edition features a highly stylized steelbook case, the kind of thing you'd consider a collectible.

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DirecTV NOW promotion end date confirmed: act fast

DirecTV NOW promotion end date confirmed: act fast

Back in November, AT&T revealed DirecTV NOW, a new service that allows subscribers to stream live TV over the internet. DirecTV NOW's "Go Big" package was given an introductory price of $35 per month, and it actually gave customers a significant amount of content for the price, with the package featuring around 100 channels. However, we knew from the start that the $35 price was too good to last, and now AT&T has announced when it will no longer be available.

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Hulu and Disney pen major multi-year streaming movie deal

Hulu and Disney pen major multi-year streaming movie deal

Hulu has announced a new major deal with Walt Disney Studios that gives the company exclusive streaming rights to dozens of Disney titles. According to Hulu, this is the first time it has struck a licensing deal for Disney’s ‘theatrical features,’ the likes of which include Mulan, Sister Act, Pocahontas, and more. More than fifty of the titles covered by this deal will stream on Hulu for the first time.

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Carrie Fisher dies at age 60

Carrie Fisher dies at age 60

Iconic actress Carrie Fisher has died following a heart attack she suffered on a plane trip from London to Los Angeles last week. Fisher's daughter, Billie Lourd, announced her passing to People Magazine earlier today. An accomplished actress, writer, and advocate, Fisher was just 60 years old.

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Netflix movie list January 2017 – what’s new, what’s done

Netflix movie list January 2017 – what’s new, what’s done

Netflix users are preparing their minds for the possibility that January will be an end-time for some of their favorite movies and episodic series. At the same time, January is a time of rejuvenation in the streaming content universe, where such monster hit movies as the original Superman: The Movie and The Shining begin to be available. This is also the time at which the Netflix Original series Lemony Snicket's A series of Unfortunate Events begins. That's Netflix' own series, not the Jim Carrey movie - fortunately or unfortunately, depending on your taste.

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Samsung Smart TVs to get smarter with personalized services

Samsung Smart TVs to get smarter with personalized services

At CES 2017 next week, Samsung will undoubtedly show off a host of brand new devices, including Smart TVs. But in addition to shiny new hardware, it will also be boasting of fresh new software to go along with those. Joining the previously announced Tizen update for Smart TVs, Samsung will also be debuting three new "personalized" Smart TV services that aim to push front and center the content that users are interested, whether they be sports, music, or just good ol' TV binging.

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Nickelodeon may be working on an animated Nintendo show

Nickelodeon may be working on an animated Nintendo show

Nickelodeon may be planning an animated show based on a popular Nintendo game franchise, at least per comments made recently on the Nick Animation Podcast. According to Federation Studios’ Fred Seibert, there’s some project underway that ‘needs to go unnamed,’ but it is ‘based on one of the most world famous video games of the last 30 years.' While there are many games that could fit the bill, speculation has it the game comes from Nintendo.

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Gravity Rush: The Animation ties first game to upcoming sequel

Gravity Rush: The Animation ties first game to upcoming sequel

If you’re a fan of the first Gravity Rush video game, Studio Khara has a treat for you: Gravity Rush: The Animation. This animation, which was previously announced with a launch after Christmas, aims to bridge the gap between the first Gravity Rush game and the upcoming game sequel, Gravity Rush 2. The animation is split into two parts, which were recently released as a full single video.

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Futurama gets a live action makeover with ‘Fan-O-Rama’

Futurama gets a live action makeover with ‘Fan-O-Rama’

Futurama is the subject of a new live action fan movie that, as far as fan movies go, is about as great as anything we could hope for. So great, in fact, that it’s a bit disturbing at times. The film includes full, highly detailed computer creations of the year 3004’s world, including all the small details like “Aldrin’s Buzz Lager” and even a brief glimpse of hypnotoad as he’d exist in the real world.

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The Alien: Covenant trailer is here, and it looks incredible

The Alien: Covenant trailer is here, and it looks incredible

It's Christmas, and Ridley Scott has a present for you: the first Alien: Covenant official trailer. Hotly-anticipated sequel to 2012's Prometheus, the movie promises a return not only to the themes of that Alien precursor, but to the "terror in space" concept which made the original movie such a lasting hit. For now, though, we've two minutes of new footage to enjoy - and obsess over.

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Hydraulic Press Channel ups its game by going red hot

Hydraulic Press Channel ups its game by going red hot

It’s doubtful that anyone who has spent any amount of time on the Internet has gone this long without at least hearing about the Hydraulic Press Channel. This YouTube account posts videos of an industrial hydraulic press destroying all sorts of items big and small. As with all once-popular things, attention seems to be dying down, but that’s alright because the folks behind the channel have a plot twist up their sleeve: heating the hydraulic press until it is red hot.

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Disney pens Snap deal to make video content for Snapchat

Disney pens Snap deal to make video content for Snapchat

Disney has announced plans to make shows for Snapchat, making it the latest powerhouse to pen a content agreement with Snap Inc. The deal is said to have been made with Disney’s ABC Television Group, which will be selling and otherwise controlling all of the ads related to the content it makes. We’ll see the Disney content on Snapchat start appearing early next month.

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