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Netflix just bought its first production studio complex for originals

Netflix just bought its first production studio complex for originals

Netflix has purchased its first production studio complex in a deal that it says will result in up to 1,000 jobs every year. The purchase is for ABQ Studios in New Mexico, where Netflix anticipates its new facility will bring in $1 billion production dollars over the next decade. The company says it is in the final negotiations for the deal, which hasn't yet closed.

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Capcom confirms Monster Hunter live-action movie project

Capcom confirms Monster Hunter live-action movie project

Capcom has announced plans to create a live-action movie based on its popular Monster Hunter video game franchise. The company confirmed the plans in a statement today, saying that Paul W.S. Anderson has been brought in as director. Both Constantin Film and Sony's Screen Gems are involved in the project, with plans including an international release.

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Aquaman latest trailer is here and it’s a long one

Aquaman latest trailer is here and it’s a long one

We're just a couple of months out from the release of Aquaman, and Warner Bros decided to treat the folks at New York Comic Con to an extended look at the movie. Luckily for all of us who didn't go to New York Comic Con this year, Warner Bros isn't keeping the extended trailer exclusive to in-person attendees. The company published the trailer to YouTube shortly after it premiered at NYCC, giving us all a chance to watch it too.

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Dark Phoenix trailer reveals moments of mystery

Dark Phoenix trailer reveals moments of mystery

The first full trailer for Dark Phoenix was revealed this afternoon. This trailer shows that the next chapter in the X-Men saga is ready to roll, complete with the full cast of characters brought to the big screen in X-Men Apocalypse. Save the ones that died, of course.

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Star Wars: Vader Immortal trailer and release info revealed [UPDATE]

Star Wars: Vader Immortal trailer and release info revealed [UPDATE]

This week the folks at ILMxLAB spoke at Oculus Connect 5 about their new title "Vader Immortal." This is a virtual reality experience that takes place in three parts - the first of which is called Vader Immortal: Episode I. In the game, users will travel to Mustafar, to Darth Vader's palace. This experience will take place in the Star Wars universe in the period of time between Revenge of the Sith and Star Wars: A New Hope.

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The Captain Marvel trailer we’ve been waiting for is here

The Captain Marvel trailer we’ve been waiting for is here

At the moment, there's a lot of anticipation behind Captain Marvel, and slowly but surely, Disney has started ramping up its marketing machine. A few weeks ago, we got our first look at Brie Larson as Captain Marvel in a set of production stills from the movie, and today, Disney debuted the film's first trailer. This trailer sets the stage for the movie's narrative, giving us a brief look at the conflict Carol Danvers finds herself in the middle of.

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Sinemia brings its unlimited movie plan to the US as MoviePass flounders

Sinemia brings its unlimited movie plan to the US as MoviePass flounders

Back in August, MoviePass effectively killed off the $10 monthly unlimited plan that made it famous among cinema enthusiasts. Though the $10 plan still exists, customers are now limited to just three movies per month. Seeing an opportunity to step in and scoop up some moviegoers who became comfortable with seeing movies as often they wanted, Sinemia has decided to bring its unlimited plan over to the United States.

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MoviePass annual subscribers forced onto restricted monthly plans

MoviePass annual subscribers forced onto restricted monthly plans

MoviePass has successfully angered more of its customers by forcing those who paid for an annual membership to switch over to a month-to-month plan. Until now, customers who had purchased the annual subscription were grandfathered into the older terms, enabling them to watch whatever movie they wanted whenever they wanted. With this change, those customers are now forced to follow the limitations of the monthly plan.

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Twitch is hosting a massive Pokemon marathon beginning next week

Twitch is hosting a massive Pokemon marathon beginning next week

In recent years, Twitch has hosted a variety of marathons centered around everything from The Joy of Painting with Bob Ross and Mister Rogers' Neighborhood to Mystery Science Theater 3000 and even Power Rangers. These marathons lasted for days or weeks at a time, but all of them pale in comparison to the next marathon Twitch has on deck: Pokemon. Starting next week, Twitch will begin broadcasting Pokemon from the very first episode in a marathon that's going to last a very long time.

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Deadpool Blu-ray DVD Digital Super Duper Cut Review

Deadpool Blu-ray DVD Digital Super Duper Cut Review

Take a quick peek at this newest last-ditch effort to get you to spend money on Deadpool 2. It's a plastic box with four different fancy disks inside it. One each for each of the most important characters other than Domino inside it. Because Domino was lucky enough to avoid getting her face plastered on a disk some poor goofball went out and bought from 20th Century Fox - lucky her!

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James Bond 25 loses director Danny Boyle over creative differences

James Bond 25 loses director Danny Boyle over creative differences

The team behind the upcoming James Bond 25 movie have announced a big change: Danny Boyle will no longer serve as director. The decision is due to "creative differences," according to a tweet on the official James Bond Twitter account. The upcoming installment is expected to be the last starring Daniel Craig as James Bond.

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Now MoviePass limits you to just six movie choices each day

Now MoviePass limits you to just six movie choices each day

MoviePass promised no more changes after its last confusing round of subscriber-frustrating alterations, so you'll be unsurprised to hear that the beleaguered company is shaking up the rules again. Having started out with the idea that it could make a business - and a profit - by offering unlimited access to movies on a subscription basis, MoviePass has since dialed down the viewing freedom considerably.

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