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HBO Max gets in on UFO frenzy with movie based on hit non-fiction book

HBO Max gets in on UFO frenzy with movie based on hit non-fiction book

HBO Max will soon be home to a movie based on the hit non-fiction book UFOs: Generals, Pilots, and Government Officials Go on the Record by Leslie Kean. The project comes amid a growing number of reports and renewed public interest in the topic of UFOs, which are now popularly referred to as 'UAPs' by the government in statements on recently released videos.

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Netflix plans Enola Holmes sequel with Millie Bobby Brown returning

Netflix plans Enola Holmes sequel with Millie Bobby Brown returning

Netflix plans to release a sequel to its hit movie Enola Holmes with both Millie Bobby Brown and Henry Cavill returning for their respective roles. The movie will come from Legendary Entertainment with Netflix as its exclusive platform, expanding the movie series based on the book series The Enola Holmes Mysteries.

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You’ll be able to stream Disney’s Jungle Cruise the day it hits theaters

You’ll be able to stream Disney’s Jungle Cruise the day it hits theaters

Jungle Cruise, the Disney movie that was extensively delayed by the pandemic, will finally hit theaters this summer. With the vaccine widely available in the US and the CDC giving the green light for vaccinated people to ditch their masks, it's likely many people will head to their local cinema to watch the film. For those who aren't comfortable doing that, however, Disney will also have a streaming option.

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Netflix plans major Ultraman movie to join its budding anime series

Netflix plans major Ultraman movie to join its budding anime series

Netflix has teamed up with Tsuburaya Productions to create a computer-animated movie based on Ultraman, the same subject of its relatively new anime series. Netflix's effort may bring Ultraman to a global audience, building upon its decades of popularity in Japan. The company notes that its movie will introduce a new storyline and a new character.

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Netflix’s Army of the Dead movie hits Cinemark theaters this Friday

Netflix’s Army of the Dead movie hits Cinemark theaters this Friday

Netflix original zombie movie Army of the Dead will be available to watch in select Cinemark theaters starting next week, giving viewers the opportunity to watch the feature film on the big screen. Though some Netflix movies have made appearances in theaters in the past, those have been limited. The Army of the Dead launch at Cinemark will be Netflix's biggest theatrical release ever, potentially marking a change in the way the company handles it blockbuster titles.

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Adult Swim movie details released for Metalocalypse, Aqua Teen, Venture Bros

Adult Swim movie details released for Metalocalypse, Aqua Teen, Venture Bros

Adult Swim will release three new movies for now-ended original programming TV shows. The network, born of late-night cartoon programming requests from the kid-centric Cartoon Network, will bring some of the most popular original titles back to the world of the living with one-shot movies. There'll be one movie each for Aqua Teen Hunger Force, The Venture Bros., and Metalocalypse.

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Smithsonian shows off its new life-size Star Wars X-Wing movie prop

Smithsonian shows off its new life-size Star Wars X-Wing movie prop

The Smithsonian Institution is now home to a life-size X-Wing aircraft prop from one of the Star Wars movies. Though you can't yet see it in person -- it won't be unveiled until next year -- the museum has shared an image of the massive prop, which has a wingspan of 37-feet. The X-Wing was acquired from LucasFilm division Industrial Light & Magic.

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Venom Carnage movie trailer reveals Woody Harrelson

Venom Carnage movie trailer reveals Woody Harrelson

The first Venom movie was released by Sony, starring Tom Hardy. Now there's a second movie, also about the same Venom, starring Tom Hardy - but this time there's CARNAGE. Before Carnage, Venom was one of the most wildly popular polar opposites of Spider-Man. Then came Carnage. Venom and Carnage took on a life of their own and became massive comic hits in their own right. This new movie suggests that the first VENOM movie was a big enough smash as to not only warrant a second, but to put a LOT more money into a second.

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Binge calculator lets you plan for all the TV

Binge calculator lets you plan for all the TV

There's a new sort of calculator available for binge watching TV, created by developer Brian Yung. The calculator is called "Can I Binge?" and it's effectively a simple website. At said website, you can select a TV show, select a length of time, and hit the question mark.

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Don’t get your hopes up for Detective Pikachu 2

Don’t get your hopes up for Detective Pikachu 2

Movies based on video games have had a rocky past, but one of the better ones in recent memory was definitely Detective Pikachu. While it certainly didn't wind up on any year-end best lists, it was a solid enough for a genre that routinely churns out duds. Unfortunately, it doesn't look like a sequel is happening, despite Legendary Entertainment's previous announcements to the contrary.

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Android Entertainment Space lets Google invest in tablets without new hardware

Android Entertainment Space lets Google invest in tablets without new hardware

Google revealed a new Android tablet experience called Entertainment Space in May of 2021. This new experience - a new home screen replacement of sorts - is a different approach to Android. It's difficult to see what they presented with Entertainment Space without thinking about Amazon's series of Fire Tablet devices and their take on Android. The software, as Google showed it on May 5, 2021, centers on Google-hosted media - everything from the Google Play app store, books store, videos, shows, and games.

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How Disney’s “real” lightsaber works: Like 2x tape measures

How Disney’s “real” lightsaber works: Like 2x tape measures

Today Disney released a video of a mechanical real-world lightsaber that'll appear in their Galactic Starcruiser experience. That's the two-night vacation event at Walt Disney World Resort in Florida that'll be opening in the year 2022. The lightsaber is real - real as far as your eyes are concerned, and real as you'll see it in person at said resort experience. Let's talk about how it works.

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