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Terminator 2 restored 4K Blu-ray box set will include giant robot arm

Terminator 2 restored 4K Blu-ray box set will include giant robot arm

Terminator fans are in for a treat. Company StudioCanal has announced the upcoming release of a new 2D/3D Blu-ray and 4K Blu-ray of Terminator 2. That news alone isn't terribly exciting, but the special content in the box set is: there will be a life-size Terminator robot arm included with the kit. The box set is expected to arrive later on this year likely following a remastered version of the film heading to some theaters.

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Fear Street movies may be released only one month apart

Fear Street movies may be released only one month apart

Netflix and DVR both make it easy to bingewatch television, but what about movies? The only way you can bingewatch a movie series is still to wait (years) for all of the installments to premiere, then watch them at once home. That may be changing soon, according to a new report, with a theatrical adaption of Fear Street reportedly being prepped to hit theaters only one month apart from each other.

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Deadpool and Logan soundtracks are heading to vinyl (at Comic-Con)

Deadpool and Logan soundtracks are heading to vinyl (at Comic-Con)

Fox Home Entertainment plans to create special vinyl versions of five of its movies, all of them notable and including things like 'Deadpool' and 'Logan.' These vinyl releases will feature fancy cover art, but there's a big catch: you can only buy one if you go to Comic-Con, since they'll only be available to purchase through Fox's Fanfare booth.

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Star Wars Han Solo movie taps director Ron Howard to replace Lord/Miller duo

Star Wars Han Solo movie taps director Ron Howard to replace Lord/Miller duo

Lucasfilm recently issued a brief statement revealing that the unnamed Han Solo movie slated for 2018 had lost its two directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller. The reason for the departure was cited as 'creative differences,' though reports have since claimed that the duo were fired over repeatedly clashing with others on the project including producer Kathleen Kennedy. Considering the movie's rapidly approaching premiere, Lucasfilm had to move fast to find a replacement, and now we know who it selected.

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Star Wars Han Solo movie loses directors over ‘creative differences’

Star Wars Han Solo movie loses directors over ‘creative differences’

Lucasfilm has reported a disturbance in the force, saying it has lost untitled Han Solo movie directors Phil Lord and Christopher Miller over unspecified 'creative differences.' Though the movie will still be launching next year when planned, the company says that it was unable to reconcile its creative vision with that of the directors, forcing the company to seek a last-minute 'directorial change.'

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Galaxy S8 Pirates of the Caribbean Edition is official (and hard to get)

Galaxy S8 Pirates of the Caribbean Edition is official (and hard to get)

Remember that special 'Pirates of the Caribbean' Galaxy S8 variant we saw a couple weeks ago? It is back, and it is official this time. There's a big catch, though, that may disappoint fans located in the western world: it appears to only be available in China, making it particularly difficult to get in the US or similar regions. If you do find someone to send you a copy, though, expect to pay handsomely.

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Pirates of the Caribbean 5 Review: A bad end to an OK series

Pirates of the Caribbean 5 Review: A bad end to an OK series

It seemed that after the lackluster standalone installment On Stranger Tides, the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise was finally over, having ended on a bad note after resurrecting the original, and decent enough, trilogy. That wasn't the case, as everyone knows by now. The fifth and final installment, Dead Men Tell No Tales, arrived in theaters late last week to give audiences one last experience with series favorite Jack Sparrow. Unfortunately he, and the rest of the movie, fell flat.

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Netflix is going to make another four Adam Sandler movies

Netflix is going to make another four Adam Sandler movies

Netflix is expanding its relationship with Adam Sandler and as such has announced that it will be making another four movies with him as the star. Netflix will be responsible for the production and financing, according to the announcement, with the end result being four full-length films made in conjunction with Happy Madison Productions. The movies, of course, will debut on Netflix in all regions where it is available.

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Movie studios tipped to offer (pricey) movie rentals days after theatrical release

Movie studios tipped to offer (pricey) movie rentals days after theatrical release

Though theatrical movies are available in-home much earlier than they once were, there’s still months of waiting between a show’s end of run in the theater and its launch on Blu-ray. The waiting time is even longer if you’re hoping to grab a digital copy of the movie rather than a physical disc, and many movie lovers have complained about this over the years. Now movie studios are looking into doing something about it, and they may allow movies to be offered as digital rentals only weeks after leaving theaters…but for a big price.

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Netflix ‘Death Note’ trailer shows off latest original movie

Netflix ‘Death Note’ trailer shows off latest original movie

In July 2016, Netflix announced plans to release an original movie based on the Death Note franchise. At the time, Netflix said the movie would premiere on its streaming service in 2017, and now it has released a trailer for the movie, giving fans their first full look at the show. In it we're introduced to the basic premise of the movie, and it all boils down to a glimpse of the series' character Ryuk.

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Cameron: ‘Avatar 2’ won’t be hitting theaters in 2018

Cameron: ‘Avatar 2’ won’t be hitting theaters in 2018

We’ve known for a while now that James Cameron will be making some Avatar sequels, and rumor has had it that we’d see the first of those sequels some time in 2018. Unfortunately, that’s not true. Confirmation comes from Cameron himself, who said in an interview that, “Well, 2018 is not happening,” in reference to the theatrical debut. When will we see the first of the new movies? No one knows, not even Cameron himself, it seems.

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Donnie Darko is heading back to theaters, this time in 4K

Donnie Darko is heading back to theaters, this time in 4K

Cult classic Donnie Darko, first released in 2001, will be heading back to theaters, and this time in glorious 4K resolution. The restored version of the film will hit theaters starting on March 31, appearing in a staggered rollout in select theaters around the nation. Ahead of that release, though, comes a remastered trailer for the movie, giving everyone a glimpse of its quality.

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