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Apple, Warner deal could change the music streaming business again

Apple, Warner deal could change the music streaming business again

It hard to believe that Apple Music is already two years old. At the same time, it’s also hard to imagine that it is only two years old. A lot has happened since then, in the music industry as a whole and specifically the music streaming business and it seems another phase is about to start. Apple and Warner Music Group has reportedly reached an agreement and while that in itself is hardly surprising, the details of the deal could once again shift the balance.

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Apple’s movie streaming plot will make theater chains furious

Apple’s movie streaming plot will make theater chains furious

It isn't exactly a secret that DVD and Blu-Ray sales are hurting, thanks in large part to streaming services like Netflix. To combat this, movie studios have been discussing paid video on demand strategies with companies like Apple and Comcast. What they're planning, though, is bound to leave theater chains furious.

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Middle-Earth: Shadow of War got greedy, and fans are furious

Middle-Earth: Shadow of War got greedy, and fans are furious

Warner Bros. and Monolith Productions have done a good job of getting people excited for Middle-Earth: Shadow of War so far, but this weekend, the developer and publisher duo made a pretty big misstep. On Friday, Monolith introduced a loot box system for Shadow of War, and over the weekend, fans have taken to various social media platforms to register their discontent.

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SDCC: New Justice League trailer debuts, Wonder Woman 2 confirmed

SDCC: New Justice League trailer debuts, Wonder Woman 2 confirmed

Marvel isn't the only comics giant dominating this weekend's San Diego Comic-Con with news, DC and Warner Bros. are there with their own announcements about the DC Extended Universe. The key focus, of course, is the upcoming Justice League movie, and that means a new trailer for the superhero team-up was unveiled, featuring none other than Batman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, The Flash, and Cyborg.

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Middle-Earth: Shadow of War trailer reveals new plot details

Middle-Earth: Shadow of War trailer reveals new plot details

It's time for another Middle-Earth: Shadow of War trailer today, and with this one, we're diving into the game's story. We already know that player characters Talion and Celebrimbor will be forging their own ring of power to stand against Sauron and his gathering army, but this trailer goes a bit deeper than the announcement trailer that landed back in February. It should go without saying, but if you want to go into Shadow of War with as little spoiled as possible, then this isn't the trailer for you.

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Middle-Earth: Shadow of War hit with delay, but it’s still out this year

Middle-Earth: Shadow of War hit with delay, but it’s still out this year

Given the popularity of Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor, we wouldn't be surprised to see its sequel, Middle-Earth: Shadow of War, become one of the best-selling games of 2017. However, today developer Monolith announced that eager fans are going to have to wait a little bit longer to get their hands on Shadow of War. Originally scheduled to launch in August, Shadow of War has been hit with a delay.

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New Justice League trailer brings all the heroes to the table

New Justice League trailer brings all the heroes to the table

The moment DC fans have been waiting for has arrived, as Warner Bros. have released the first full trailer for the upcoming Justice League movie. Just as Marvel's Avengers did, the film brings together some of the comic book world's most iconic heroes, including Batman and Wonder Woman. Best of all, despite being directed by Zack Snyder, Justice League appears to have a much more fun and lighter tone, almost making up for the dreary and disappointing Man of Steel and Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.

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Middle-Earth: Shadow of War made official after leaking out

Middle-Earth: Shadow of War made official after leaking out

Over the weekend, the title of the sequel to 2014's Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor leaked out. Warner Bros. has wasted no time in confirming the details of that leak, officially announcing Middle-Earth: Shadow of War today. Shadow of War will pick up where the excellent Shadow of Mordor left off, and even better is the fact that it's only half a year away.

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Injustice 2 beta registration goes live

Injustice 2 beta registration goes live

If you can’t wait for Injustice 2 to launch this upcoming May, you may get the chance to try it out early. NetherRealm and Warner Bros. Games have officially launched registration for the game’s beta; those who signup will be in the pipeline to get a beta code. This beta registration is for North America, and comes ahead of the game’s May 16 launch date. You’ll need a PlayStation 4 or an Xbox One to play the game.

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Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit 30-disc bundle will set you back $720

Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit 30-disc bundle will set you back $720

Warner Bros. has announced a new collection for those who love Peter Jackson's Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit trilogies. This new Limited Edition packages the extended versions of all six films together in a 30-disc set called The Middle-Earth Collection, including art books and disc cases made to look like leather-bound books. Sounds pretty nifty doesn't it?

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Warner Bros blasted by FTC for shady Shadow of Mordor Youtube videos

Warner Bros blasted by FTC for shady Shadow of Mordor Youtube videos

Warner Bros. is finding itself in a bit of trouble with the Federal Trade Commission today, based on how it handled YouTube reviews for Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor. The game, which was launched back in 2014, drew the attention of many fans and critics, but today the FTC is saying that Warner Bros. misled consumers with the disclosure requirements it placed on YouTube partners who received money to play the game on camera.

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Amazon and Warner Bros deal gives Prime Video tons of new movies

Amazon and Warner Bros deal gives Prime Video tons of new movies

Amazon has scored an exclusive movie deal with Warner Bros that brings a slew of movies, including some well regarded ones, to the Prime Video platform. The deal makes 33 movies exclusive to Amazon Prime Video (as far as streaming goes, that is), the roster of which includes all of the Lethal Weapon and Matrix movies, Ocean’s Eleven, three Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movies, and more.

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