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Paris movie theater opens VR experience arcade

Paris movie theater opens VR experience arcade

As 2016 has shown, the virtual reality market is rapidly expanding, and we've already seen the US movie theater industry heavily betting on it. But Paris' MK2 movie theaters have taken this idea to a new level, opening a new VR experience that allows anyone to come in and play the latest games on the HTC Vive, Oculus Rift, and PlayStation VR, all at a rate of about $25 for 40 minutes. Think of it as the elaborate, futuristic VR arcade you dreamed of as a kid.

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Music documentary ‘808: The Movie’ debuts as Apple Music exclusive

Music documentary ‘808: The Movie’ debuts as Apple Music exclusive

Apple Music has been able to secure a number of exclusive albums and singles for its subscribers since it first launched, but as we've heard in recent months, Apple is quickly looking to add video to its offerings. As one of the first of these releases, Apple Music on Friday began streaming the documentary 808: The Movie, an in-depth look at the Roland TR-808 drum machine and its wide influence on popular music.

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See the first Spider-Man: Homecoming trailer, featuring Iron Man and Vulture

See the first Spider-Man: Homecoming trailer, featuring Iron Man and Vulture

Just a week after the debut of a new trailer for Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, Marvel Studios has released the first teaser for another upcoming film from its growing Cinematic Universe: the highly anticipated Spider-Man: Homecoming. The two-minute clip shows a wise-cracking, still in high school Spidey/Peter Parker (played by Tom Holland) in plenty of web-swinging action, along with some interaction with Iron Man's Tony Stark.

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‘Glare,’ a space drama from J.J. Abrams, is heading to HBO

‘Glare,’ a space drama from J.J. Abrams, is heading to HBO

J.J. Abrams has teamed up with HBO to create a new show called ‘Glare,’ a series composed of hour-long episodes described as a ‘space drama.’ This drama will center around a topic that is on everyone’s minds, and that may in fact be in humanity’s near future: humans establishing colonies on a planet other than Earth. We’ll have to guess which planet that may be, though, as HBO hasn’t revealed any other details about the show at this time.

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PewDiePie’s deleted channel trolls, drives up net worth

PewDiePie’s deleted channel trolls, drives up net worth

If you were on Twitter yesterday, there was a good chance you heard that Felix Kjellberg, otherwise known by his YouTube handle of PewDiePie, planned to delete his channel. The famous YouTuber announced last week that he would delete his channel once his account hit 50 million subscribers - a milestone that would be a first in YouTube history. Yesterday, his channel hit that 50 million figure, and he announced via Twitter that he would delete his channel today at 5 PM GMT.

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Hulu adds user profiles — here’s how to use them

Hulu adds user profiles — here’s how to use them

Hulu has taken a page from Netflix's book and added individual user profiles, making it easier for everyone in a household to maintain their personalized content. Once created, each user profile shows the last episodes that user watched, where they left off, and recommendations based on their watching habits. Up to six profiles are supported, and setting them up is as simple as a few clicks.

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The Snowy Day is Amazon’s budding Christmas classic for Prime

The Snowy Day is Amazon’s budding Christmas classic for Prime

We're officially counting down the days until Christmas, and that means holiday classics are on every channel. Many of these movies have stood the test of time, but they're feeling a bit stale...there's only so many times you can watch a certain claymation special or three. Enter Amazon's new 'The Snowy Day,' an original Christmas animation based on the book by the same name. It could, perhaps, one day be a Christmas classic...but only for those with a Prime membership.

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Google Play 4K update beats Apple by a mile

Google Play 4K update beats Apple by a mile

Google Play Movies of all sorts have appeared available for purchase and rental for several Android devices today. These 4K versions of top-tier AAA film releases are appearing on the Google Play store right this minute - though not for all Android devices that support 4K. As Google suggests, Chromecast Ultra, Sony Bravia Android TVs, and Xiaomi's Mi Box 3 will have access right off the bat.

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Sonos 7.0 arrives with full Spotify speaker control

Sonos 7.0 arrives with full Spotify speaker control

Spotify users with Sonos speakers can now control their whole-house music playback directly from the Spotify app, with a new update pushed out today. Sonos 7.0 allows you to spend less time in the company's own app and more time where your playlists live. When you hit play, you can now choose one or more of your Sonos speakers as the output, rather than just streaming through your phone.

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5 epic new movie trailers to start your day

5 epic new movie trailers to start your day

This morning we're diving in on a set of movie trailers that'll blow your socks right off of your feet. These movies are all set to come out in the next several months. A couple of them are coming out in the month of December, just in time for holiday break - or just before it. Either way, here's Star Wars: Rogue One, Guardians of the Galaxy, Ghost in the Shell, The LEGO Batman Movie,

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My favorite Netflix secrets: hidden genres, customized subtitles and more

My favorite Netflix secrets: hidden genres, customized subtitles and more

Netflix is the pinnacle of streaming home entertainment, but even veteran subscribers probably aren't using it to its fullest abilities. The video streaming service is full of secrets, some more secret than others, and you're unlikely to stumble upon them unless you go searching for them. Would you like larger, more colorful subtitles? Yes, there's a setting for that. How about filtering genres down to niche categories? Yep, you can do that, too.

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The Mummy has a hint of Mission Impossible because Tom Cruise

The Mummy has a hint of Mission Impossible because Tom Cruise

This isn’t your grandfather’s The Mummy. In fact, it isn’t even the 1999 The Mummy. While the former lies squarely in the realm of horror and the latter standing along the lines of family-friendly adventure, the 2017 representation of the iconic monster is 100% pure adrenaline-pumping action. And how can it not be with Star Trek Into Darkness director Alex Krutzman at the helm, guiding Tom Cruise in the lead. But don’t you blink, because this might only be the beginning.

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