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YouTube shows off its first interactive special in new trailer

YouTube shows off its first interactive special in new trailer

YouTuber Markiplier is the star of YouTube's first interactive project, A Heist with Markiplier. The company has shown off the special in its first trailer today, teasing what will ultimately be a choose-your-own-adventure type of project following similar work from Netflix. Viewers will be able to make decisions that ultimately present them with one of 31 different possible endings.

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Verizon’s Free Disney+ 12-month sub is the same old trap

Verizon’s Free Disney+ 12-month sub is the same old trap

There are good reasons to sign up for a year of Disney Plus (or Disney+) with Verizon, but there are good reasons to skip it, too. If you're the sort of person who'd intended on signing up for Disney+ in the first place, this is a great way to get in on the deal and avoid paying $7 a month for a year. If you weren't going to subscribe in the first place, this is a great way to get something "free" only to find later that you'll need to unsubscribe after the first 12 months or face a $7-per-month fee.

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Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker 4K trailer breakdown

Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker 4K trailer breakdown

It's time to take a look at the "final" Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker trailer scene-by-scene, 4K shot-by-shot. This article is going to contain some information you may want to skip over if you're not interested in getting spoiled before the movie is released. This article will not contain spoilers before the first image, but after that - it's basically spoiler city. So here, and now, this is your final warning: if you're hoping to avoid Star Wars Episode IX: The Rise of Skywalker SPOILERS, it's time to turn back now!

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Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker final trailer lands as ticket sales begin

Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker final trailer lands as ticket sales begin

Move over superhero films. The next few months will perhaps be dominated by a different genre of fantasy that will be the talk of the town for the months following. This December will mark not the end of the Star Wars saga but the end of the Skywalker story. And if the final trailer for The Rise of Skywalker is any indicator, it will finally be answering the biggest mystery in the franchise since 2015: Who is Rey?

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Final Star Wars: Rise of Skywalker trailer release time, no spoilers

Final Star Wars: Rise of Skywalker trailer release time, no spoilers

The final Star Wars trailer is upon us - all about The Rise of Skywalker, and the contents therein. The last time we spoke about this trailer, we outlined the basics. Now we're taking a look at when the trailer will actually be released, and about how important it'll be for potential viewers to watch - or to avoid watching.

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Disney’s The Mandalorian schedule leaks ahead of Disney+ launch

Disney’s The Mandalorian schedule leaks ahead of Disney+ launch

Star Wars fans are in for a big treat when Disney Plus launches in mid-November. Disney is planning to kick things off with an original in the science fiction universe called The Mandalorian, a series that early reviews have heavily praised as a worthy installment in the franchise. Ahead of the launch, the full (alleged) release schedule for the show has leaked, indicating that episodes will drop on a weekly basis.

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Netflix pauses Cowboy Bebop production after star suffers injury

Netflix pauses Cowboy Bebop production after star suffers injury

Netflix has temporarily suspended production of its Cowboy Bebop original after its lead actor John Cho suffered a knee injury on set. Reports of the incident refer to it as a 'freak accident' during what was a highly rehearsed scene, one that unfortunately requires surgery to treat. It will take seven to nine months before production resumes.

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Three-hour Disney Plus trailer packs almost every show and movie

Three-hour Disney Plus trailer packs almost every show and movie

Disney is making a strong point about the vast size of its Disney Plus ("Disney+") content library by publishing a new video trailer. Unlike other promotional trailers, which are typically anywhere from 20 seconds to a few minutes long, the new Disney Plus trailer will take more than three hours to watch. The video contains clips of nearly every video that'll be available to stream.

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DirecTV Now, AT&T TV Now price hiked for Grandfathered plans

DirecTV Now, AT&T TV Now price hiked for Grandfathered plans

The streaming service AT&T TV Now, once called DirecTV Now, will get a price hike in the near future. This jump will affect all subscribers, even those that'd previously been "grandfathered in" to older pricing. The price hike will come to approximately $15 extra, for each subscriber, per month.

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All Studio Ghibli movies streaming with HBO Max in 2020

All Studio Ghibli movies streaming with HBO Max in 2020

Studio Ghibli made some of the most memorably anime movies in history - and their streaming rights have just been acquired by HBO Max. This is different from the regular old HBO, and does not necessarily mean that people with subscriptions to HBO Now or access to HBO GO will have access to the full Studio Ghibli collection of media. Let's take a peek at what they've made public so far.

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Hulu’s new like and dislike buttons aim to improve recommendations

Hulu’s new like and dislike buttons aim to improve recommendations

Hulu is rolling out new features today that seem to be centered around improving recommendations, and chief among these new features are like and dislike buttons. Their use, of course, is straightforward, as you'll use them to tell Hulu whether you like or dislike a show. Hulu will then take that information and use it to further personalize the content it recommends to you.

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Netflix has a bunch of holiday specials planned for 2019

Netflix has a bunch of holiday specials planned for 2019

Once upon a time, the holiday season meant tuning into ABC Family and the Hallmark Channel for the opportunity to endlessly binge on cheesy Christmas specials. Things have changed, however, and many consumers are turning to on-demand streaming services for their entertainment needs. Here to fill the void is Netflix, which is planning a huge batch of holiday specials over the next two months.

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