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LEGO Technic McLaren Senna GTR revealed for early 2021 release

LEGO Technic McLaren Senna GTR revealed for early 2021 release

Today a new massive LEGO Technic set was revealed - the new LEGO Technic McLaren Senna GTR. The set has 830 individual pieces and includes a whole bunch of elements that make this model entirely unique. Based on our experience with LEGO Technic race cars in the past, and the looks of this vehicle here and now, this looks like a winner.

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HBO Max will be the streaming home for a brand new Conan O’Brien show

HBO Max will be the streaming home for a brand new Conan O’Brien show

WarnerMedia has announced a new deal with Conan O'Brien that it says will 'extend' the relationship between the two. The new deal revolves around streaming service HBO Max, the destination for a new weekly variety show starring the late-night television host. O'Brien has been on television for 28 years, including a decade-long run on TBS.

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Tom and Jerry movie trailer sets stage for 2021 – fans are furious, but why?

Tom and Jerry movie trailer sets stage for 2021 – fans are furious, but why?

Today we're taking a peek at the new trailer for the Tom and Jerry movie 2021. In it, we see a sort of Space Jam mix of cartoons and live action characters, a premise that's not entirely important, and all sorts of Tom and Jerry antics. This movie was announced with a suggested release date range that includes the entirety of 2021, so it could come at any time. The trailer also suggests that this movie will be released to theaters.

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The CW plans Wonder Girl TV show based on DC Comics character

The CW plans Wonder Girl TV show based on DC Comics character

The CW is planning yet another TV series set in the DC universe, this one centering around the character Yara Flor, also known as 'Wonder Girl.' This will be the first time a Latina character will be the center of a DC universe television series, joining existing shows like Batman, The Flash, Arrow, and more.

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Netflix renews Steve Carell comedy Space Force for season two

Netflix renews Steve Carell comedy Space Force for season two

Netflix has renewed its hit comedy series Space Force starring Steve Carell, according to new reports. The series was pitched shortly after President Trump announced plans to create a sixth branch of the military called Space Force, an announcement that triggered the idea for the show and led to its ultimate arrival on Netflix earlier this year.

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Bill Gates and Rashida Jones will launch a new podcast next week

Bill Gates and Rashida Jones will launch a new podcast next week

Philanthropist Bill Gates and writer/actress Rashida Jones have teamed up to launch a new podcast called "Bill Gates and Rashida Jones Ask Big Questions." The podcast will officially launch next week with the first episode focusing on the COVID-19 pandemic. Dr. Fauci will be the first guest, explaining to listeners what they can expect over the next few months.

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Google Fiber adds Sling TV as its latest streaming OTT partner

Google Fiber adds Sling TV as its latest streaming OTT partner

You may have missed the news back in February that Google Fiber dropped its conventional cable offering, choosing instead to partner with some OTT services for customers interested in live TV offerings. The company only had two streaming partners at the time -- fuboTV and YouTube TV -- but it finally expanded that back in August with the addition of Philo. Now it is back with yet another partner.

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The Mandalorian Season 3 confirmed amid blurry eggs

The Mandalorian Season 3 confirmed amid blurry eggs

It's not as if The Mandalorian were going to stop any time soon. It's the main force of sales power in the Star Wars universe right this minute, showing no signs of slowing down as droves of toys, clothing, and household goods appear in time for the holiday season 2020. But just to be sure - Disney confirmed the third season for the masses.

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Marvel Cinematic Universe returns with WandaVision debut in January

Marvel Cinematic Universe returns with WandaVision debut in January

The COVID-19 pandemic disrupted a lot of things, including the rather tight release schedule the Marvel Cinematic Universe has stuck to thus far. We haven't seen a whole lot of action for the Marvel Cinematic Universe throughout 2020 - aside from the premiere of the seventh and final season of Agents of Shield earlier in the year, we have to go back to July 2019 and the release of Spider-Man: Far From Home for our most recent MCU content. That's all going to change early next year with the debut of the first Disney+ Marvel show: WandaVision.

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Apple TV PlayStation app now available ahead of PS5 launch

Apple TV PlayStation app now available ahead of PS5 launch

It's a big week for gaming, particularly for those on the console side of the fence. The Xbox Series X just launched and the PlayStation 5 will soon be shipping to gamers, at least in some countries. When they do, however, new owners will immediately be able to get access to Apple's video app thanks to the promised Apple TV app that is now available from the PlayStation Store. Even better, those with a PS4 won't even have to wait since they can grab the app now as well.

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Mando Mondays unboxing time: Credits Collection exclusives, plush baby Yoda!

Mando Mondays unboxing time: Credits Collection exclusives, plush baby Yoda!

Today we're taking a peek at a box of products sent by Disney in celebration of the continuing release of Star Wars: The Mandalorian, Season 2. The products we've got today span the series, including the first version of our hero Mando (Din Djarin), IG-11, Cara Dune, a Heavy Infantry Mandalorian, and a Death Trooper. And guess who came along for the ride?!

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Free Guy movie starring Ryan Reynolds won’t hit theaters as planned

Free Guy movie starring Ryan Reynolds won’t hit theaters as planned

The upcoming comedy movie Free Guy starring Ryan Reynolds won't hit theaters next month as originally planned -- and you already know why. The pandemic has caused movie theater closures in various places at various times around the world, with some cities currently allowing operation in limited ways and others shutting down cinemas entirely.

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