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Netflix taps George Clooney for new post-apocalyptic feature film

Netflix taps George Clooney for new post-apocalyptic feature film

As Netflix's reputation grows, so does the number of major stars the company draws in for its original content. Following his work with Hulu on its original Catch-22 series, George Clooney will be working with Netflix on a post-apocalyptic movie. Clooney will both star in and direct the upcoming feature film adaption, according to Netflix.

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Neon Genesis Evangelion on Netflix, new movie preview on July 6th

Neon Genesis Evangelion on Netflix, new movie preview on July 6th

Today we're taking a peek at the just-re-released Neon Genesis Evangelion, just re-released and available legally for the first time since the 2005 DVD collection. Netflix first announced their ties with Evangelion in March of 2019, and the series first premiered on Netflix on June 21st, 2019. But why should an average, everyday viewer care about this series from the 1990s?

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Original Jaws restored (it looks a lot better than this, now)

Original Jaws restored (it looks a lot better than this, now)

The Jaws you see at the head of this article was first given to the Academy Museum back in January of 2016. Back then, it was the "only surviving Jaws shark" and it was (and remains) the largest object to enter the Academy's collection thus far. The restoration was made "just in time for the 44th anniversary" of the original Jaws (1975) film directed by Stephen Spielberg.

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Confused religious group asks Netflix to cancel Amazon’s ‘Good Omens’

Confused religious group asks Netflix to cancel Amazon’s ‘Good Omens’

A very confused religious organization is asking Netflix to cancel an Amazon original series. More than 20,000 people signed a petition launched by the American Society for the Defense of Tradition, Family and Property to cancel Good Omens, and somehow none of those people noticed that it was directed at the wrong streaming service.

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Avengers: Endgame returns to theaters next week with post-credit scenes

Avengers: Endgame returns to theaters next week with post-credit scenes

Doctor Strange may have said that they are at the endgame, but for Marvel Studios that is hardly the case. Although it has almost been two months since the final Avengers film (that we know so far) premiered, it will surprisingly return to the big screen for a short while. Not just for those who haven't seen the film yet but for those willing to pay and sit for three hours again just to catch the new post-credits scenes.

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Netflix original movie ‘Murder Mystery’ sets new viewing record

Netflix original movie ‘Murder Mystery’ sets new viewing record

Netflix has historically kept its viewership data a secret, but it has changed that trend in order to brag about the Adam Sandler and Jennifer Aniston movie Murder Mystery. The streaming service claims the movie set a new record, at least among Netflix original films, with more than 30,000,000 unique accounts having watched the flick in its first three days.

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Monster Hunter movie trailer leak looks like Mad Max with dragons

Monster Hunter movie trailer leak looks like Mad Max with dragons

For better or worse, Capcom's Monster Hunter series is going to make the jump to the silver screen next year. We haven't seen much from the movie aside from a few stills, but today, we're getting our first real glimpse at it thanks to a leaked trailer. The trailer amounts to nothing more than a teaser, but it does serve up shots of some of the main cast members and a couple of the monsters that will feature in the movie.

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Comcast’s eye tracking remote makes cable TV more accessible

Comcast’s eye tracking remote makes cable TV more accessible

Comcast today announced the roll out of new eye control remote that makes it easier for those with disabilities to change channels or set recordings using only their eye movement. Dubbed simply Xfinity X1 eye control, the system seems pretty straightforward, as it work with existing eye gaze systems and only requires pairing with your Xfinity account and set top box. Even better is that it doesn't appear to cost anything extra on top of your standard Xfinity subscription.

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Amazon’s ‘The Tick’ series is officially dead, won’t find new home

Amazon’s ‘The Tick’ series is officially dead, won’t find new home

In 2016, Amazon released the first episode in an original series called The Tick, the character's first arrival on television since the previous FOX series launched in 2001. The show received a full first season and earned fairly high ratings from both viewers and critics. Despite that, The Tick's creator has confirmed the series is officially dead.

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Netflix plans prank show with Stranger Things star Gaten Matarazzo

Netflix plans prank show with Stranger Things star Gaten Matarazzo

Netflix plans to offer a hidden camera prank show called Prank Encounters, the company has announced. The show has reportedly been in the pipeline for months with plans to debut on the streaming service some time later in 2019. The company has tapped Stranger Things star Gaten Matarazzo to host the show and serve as an executive producer alongside Howard Owens' Propagate and Ben Silverman.

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Airbnb Adventures promises experiences fit for your Instagram

Airbnb Adventures promises experiences fit for your Instagram

As if renting rooms, apartments, and more unusual vacation accommodation isn't enough, now Airbnb is getting into the adventures business. Airbnb Adventures is the company's latest expansion, shifting beyond being an alternative to regular hotels and taking on the sort of hosted journeys that you'd typically go to a travel agent or specialist for.

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Disney Plus will reboot Chip ‘n’ Dale and debut new Monsters series

Disney Plus will reboot Chip ‘n’ Dale and debut new Monsters series

Disney has announced plans to reboot its classic animated television show Chip 'n' Dale for its Disney Plus streaming service. The series will introduce a modern take on the '90s hit, and it'll be joined by a roster of other original kids shows, including a new series called "Monsters at Work." As the name suggests, that show will involve the universe and characters introduced in Monsters Inc.

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