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Disney+ Obi-Wan Kenobi delay probably won’t impact premiere

Disney+ Obi-Wan Kenobi delay probably won’t impact premiere

Disney's Obi-Wan Kenobi original show has been delayed due to a script rejection, according to a recent report, but series star Ewan McGregor doesn't expect the anticipated premiere date to change. The news first arrived in a report claiming that Disney has rejected two scripts for the show in recent days, leaving the company to develop new stories and scripts for the project.

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The Criterion Collection will add four Netflix originals in 2020

The Criterion Collection will add four Netflix originals in 2020

The Criterion Collection, the company that tasks itself with curating what it considers the best and most important movies from around the world, will be adding four Netflix originals later this year. The announcement was made by Netflix in a tweet on Friday, revealing that its The Irishman and three others will be made available under Criterion Collection.

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How much does a movie need to be profitable?

How much does a movie need to be profitable?

A movie’s performance gets plenty of buzz these days. Not just how well it does with critics, but how well it is doing in the box office – how much people are paying for it. Avengers: Endgame drew plenty of hype as it steadily rose to become the highest grossing film of all time. Conversely, many gasped in horror as the Cats movie became one of the most unprofitable movies ever made.

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Why the Space Force logo looks like Star Trek, and Star Trek looks like NASA

Why the Space Force logo looks like Star Trek, and Star Trek looks like NASA

Today the newest incarnation of the United States Space Force logo was revealed by Donald Trump. This logo should look familiar. It would very much appear to be a reincarnation of its former self - not to mention a clear reminder of the origins and controversy over the original. And yes, that does very much look like the Star Trek Starfleet Command insignia, largely because all of these symbols are designed to mimic one another - for real.

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Star Wars: The Clone Wars trailer shows off the final season

Star Wars: The Clone Wars trailer shows off the final season

Disney has published the trailer for its final season of The Clone Wars, the hit Star Wars animation that premiered in 2008 and was originally canceled in 2014. The series follows the story of popular Star Wars characters, including Darth Maul, Yoda, Obi-Wan Kenobi, and Anakin Skywalker. The final season will only be available to watch on the Disney Plus streaming service.

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Netflix just announced a Witcher anime movie

Netflix just announced a Witcher anime movie

It looks like Netflix may very well be all-in on The Witcher. Not only did the streaming service green light the second season its live-action show before the first season even premiered, but now it's making an animated movie set in The Witcher universe. Details are still slim at this point, but what we do know should be enough to get fans of the live-action show excited.

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Pokemon: Mewtwo Strikes Back – Evolution arrives on Netflix next month

Pokemon: Mewtwo Strikes Back – Evolution arrives on Netflix next month

Back in 2018, The Pokemon Company revealed that it was making a CGI remake of the first Pokemon movie, Mewtwo Strikes Back. Among the 20 or so Pokemon movies, Mewtwo Strikes Back is arguably the most well known, as it debuted in theaters in 1999, when Pokemania had grabbed seemingly every child in the western world. At the time it was revealed, the remake was only confirmed for Japan, but we learned today that it's been localized for the US as well.

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1989 Damien Hirst USD$1k medicine cabinet could sell for millions in 2020

1989 Damien Hirst USD$1k medicine cabinet could sell for millions in 2020

This January of 2020 an auction is set to take place with a set of artworks from several artists, one of whom is Damien Hirst. Of interest in this auction is a relatively old Damien Hirst artwork by the name of "Bodies", originally sold in the year 1989. The artwork is one of the first 4 medicine cabinets that'd eventually make a suite of 12, and it was purchased for a sum of £600
- converting that amount in 1989 to dollars hits around USD$1k.

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Netflix’s Altered Carbon returns for season two in February

Netflix’s Altered Carbon returns for season two in February

Altered Carbon, the drama Netflix ordered in 2016 and premiered on its platform in 2018, will return for a second season in February, the company has announced. The team behind the series has shared a teaser for the second season on Twitter, though it doesn't reveal much information about what fans can expect. As with the first season, viewers will be able to binge-watch the next season.

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LEGO ISS International Space Station released for real

LEGO ISS International Space Station released for real

The LEGO Ideas ISS (International Space Station) was revealed as a build-ready, in-store, consumer-ready set this week. This build was made on the micro-level, which means it's got a pair of 2 astronaut microfigures that'll live in the base of the set near its user-built stand. This system is both incredibly detailed and surprisingly simple - an instant classic, for sure.

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Analysis finds streaming services will dominate pay-TV in 2020

Analysis finds streaming services will dominate pay-TV in 2020

Streaming video on demand (sVoD) services will dominate pay-TV services by the end of 2020 in more than 30 countries, according to a new report published by Ampere Analysis. The United States was the first company to see streaming service subscriptions overtake pay-TV subscriptions; this milestone was reached in 2016. The number of countries with more sVoD than pay-TV subscriptions has increased substantially each year since and will likely skyrocket in 2020.

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What is the Radiohead Public Library?

What is the Radiohead Public Library?

The Radiohead Public Library is the just-launched latest incarnation of the official primary Radiohead internet home page. It was announced by the official Radiohead Twitter account with a message that read "Radiohead.com has always been infuriatingly uninformative and unpredictable. We have now, predictably, made it incredibly informative."

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