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Deadpool DVD covers: Blu-rays get photobombed

Deadpool DVD covers: Blu-rays get photobombed

There's a whole mess of Blu-rays at Walmart right this minute with Deadpool slip covers. These DVDs all come from Fox Home Entertainment, and would generally be on the shelf anyway, so they decided to slip some new covers on them before the release of Deadpool 2 in theaters. Today we've got a peek at the whole collection.

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Fortnite x Avengers game mode begins: Here are all the details

Fortnite x Avengers game mode begins: Here are all the details

Yesterday, Epic Games announced a rather unexpected Avengers: Infinity War mash up for Fortnite. At the time, we were only told that Thanos and the Infinity Gauntlet would feature in a new limited-time game mode, though additional details were kept under wraps. Today has been a bit more illuminating on that front, as the patch notes for Fortnite's new update tell us pretty much everything we need to know.

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Thanos is coming to Fortnite in new Avengers: Infinity War crossover

Thanos is coming to Fortnite in new Avengers: Infinity War crossover

Back when Fortnite season 4 was being teased, we though that Epic had decided on a superhero theme to take advantage of all of the hype surrounding Avengers: Infinity War. As it turns out, that was only half correct. Epic is indeed interested in taking advantage of that hype, but it's doing so with an official Avengers: Infinity War crossover event that adds Thanos to the game.

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Avengers: Infinity War sets new $1B box office record

Avengers: Infinity War sets new $1B box office record

As everyone on the planet already knows, Marvel's Avengers: Infinity War has been a huge success, both in pleasing fans and making money. But it's in the latter category that the movie continues to break records. The latest for the superhero ensemble is that it's now reached the $1 billion worldwide mark in the fastest period of time.

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Sinemia takes the fight to MoviePass with new plan pricing

Sinemia takes the fight to MoviePass with new plan pricing

Sinemia is looking to put some pressure on MoviePass, today announcing an overhaul to its subscription plans. Sinemia has reworked pricing on many of its plans, and while in some cases those plans cost less or the same as the popular MoviePass Unlimited Plan, there are some key differences between the offerings from both companies. The big question, of course, is whether or not this subscription revamp will pull in new customers for Sinemia.

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MoviePass Unlimited returns, with fine print

MoviePass Unlimited returns, with fine print

Today we're having a peek at the MoviePass Unlimited service - because it's not QUITE as Unlimited as you might've guessed. Late last month the "Unlimited" service was cut down significantly. Now, after significant press on the subject, MoviePass brought their Unlimited service back. Almost as if they'd planned on keeping said service the whole time.

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Avengers: Infinity War Characters: Where were Ant-Man and Hawkeye?

Avengers: Infinity War Characters: Where were Ant-Man and Hawkeye?

Today we're having a peek at Avengers: Infinity War from a post-viewing perspective, with specific regard to Ant-Man. Perhaps the biggest questions we've got about the film center on the characters that did not make it into the film. Why not Ant-Man? Why would Marvel spend so much time setting Ant-Man up with previous appearances to keep him out of this major motion picture? A motion picture that, might I mention, features basically every other hero we've seen in a Marvel Cinematic Universe movie over the past 10 years.

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Ant-Man and Wasp Trailer: Let’s get TINY

Ant-Man and Wasp Trailer: Let’s get TINY

It's time for the next chapter in the Marvel Cinematic Universe - or the chapter between chapters. It's confusing. Let's discuss. Hank Pym and his daughter Hope van Dyne team up with Scott Lang to take on a new, weird, phasing sort of evil. But wait a minute - what does this mean with regard to Infinity War? Don't worry, this article has no Infinity War spoilers in it.

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Avengers: Infinity War: here are the records it smashed

Avengers: Infinity War: here are the records it smashed

It isn't just the Hulk that's busting things up. 2018 is obviously big for Marvel and its filmmaking studio. It hasn't been long since Black Panther not only set records but also stepped up the game in raising awareness through mainstream media. Now Infinity War has finally burst into the scene and, over the weekend, it has already snatched a few top spots. Now if only those could be converted into Infinity Stones.

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Google just gave free movie tickets to Local Guides

Google just gave free movie tickets to Local Guides

Free movie tickets, just in time for Avengers: Infinity War, just what the doctor ordered. That's what Google made real this week via Google Maps Local Guides. "Just in time for some of the season's biggest movies," said Google, "we've teamed up with Atom to get you a free movie ticket. Use the app to redeem your perk by June 3, 2018."

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Venom’s first official trailer shows us what we want to see

Venom’s first official trailer shows us what we want to see

While Marvel is gearing up to premiere the culmination of ten years of movies with this week's Avengers: Infinity War, Sony has been rather quietly plugging away with its feature film based on Venom, one of Spider-Man's most popular enemies. The film's first teaser trailer premiered back in February, but unfortunately, we didn't get to see Venom himself - merely Eddie Brock, who acts as a host for the Venom symbiote. That all changes today with the first official trailer for Venom, which finally shows us what we all want to see.

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Netflix theater purchase may open door to major film awards

Netflix theater purchase may open door to major film awards

Netflix has come a long way since its days of mail-order DVDs. The streaming company is driving original content production, pumping out its own shows and movies that, in many cases, have earned it critical acclaim. The industry has, at times, pushed back against Netflix's evolutionary presence, but it can't slow the company down. Underscoring that reality, Netflix is reportedly looking to buy physical theaters.

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