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Disney reveals how its live-action Mulan digital purchase will work

Disney reveals how its live-action Mulan digital purchase will work

Earlier this month, Disney revealed that in addition to releasing its live-action Mulan movie in some theaters, it will premiere it on its own Disney+ streaming service...but that it wouldn't be free for subscribers to stream. Instead, the movie would come with a price tag to rent it, the details of which were still missing at the time. Now we finally know how this purchase will work.

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Netflix just canceled two popular originals because of the pandemic

Netflix just canceled two popular originals because of the pandemic

Netflix has canceled two original shows that, despite being new to the platform, have both enjoyed solid ratings from viewers and critics. The reason in this case had nothing to do with the shows' popularity and was instead triggered by pandemic-related issues. In one case, Netflix had already ordered a second season, something it has to reverse as part of this new decision.

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The Batman movie production restarts soon after several months of waiting

The Batman movie production restarts soon after several months of waiting

Production on the latest movie in the DC Universe -- The Batman -- will restart next month after several months spent in limbo, according to a new report. The crew will get to work on the film in the UK where movie production crews are considered essential workers, enabling them to get back to work despite the ongoing nature of the pandemic.

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Apple Music adds two new radio stations as Beats 1 rebrands

Apple Music adds two new radio stations as Beats 1 rebrands

Apple is making some big changes to Apple Music Radio today. For starters, the company announced that Beats 1 - the flagship Apple Music radio station - will be rebranded to Apple Music 1. Beyond that, we'll also see the addition of two new radio stations: Apple Music Hits and Apple Music Country, with the content of both being fairly self-explanatory.

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NBC’s Peacock will be streaming home for Clueless TV reboot

NBC’s Peacock will be streaming home for Clueless TV reboot

NBC's newly launched Peacock streaming service will be the destination for Clueless, a reboot of the '90s TV show by the same name. The show itself comes from CBS TV Studios and we've known about it since last year. Though the show has been in development for several months, that work took place without any particular network attached to air the television show. Now that has changed.

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DC Universe original content will soon move to HBO Max

DC Universe original content will soon move to HBO Max

It seems a recent shakeup at WarnerMedia has spurred a big change for DC Universe, the subscription service that launched in late 2018. According to a recent interview with DC Comics Chief Creative Officer Jim Lee, DC Universe will be transformed and its original content will be moved over to the much bigger and newer HBO Max streaming service.

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Netflix’s Army of the Dead to refilm some scenes with new actor

Netflix’s Army of the Dead to refilm some scenes with new actor

Netflix's previously announced original zombie movie Army of the Dead from Zack Snyder will undergo an extensive edit that involves reshooting some scenes in order to replace one actor with another. The decision was made following sexual misconduct allegations leveled against Chris D’Elia, according to a new report, which says that actor Tig Notaro will replace the actor in these scenes.

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Disney is reviving the Star Wars Holiday Special with a LEGO makeover

Disney is reviving the Star Wars Holiday Special with a LEGO makeover

Anyone who has seen the Star Wars Holiday Special from 1978 will tell you that it's not very good. In fact, it's been the most maligned piece of Star Wars content since it aired, becoming famous among fans for how bad it is. Given that negative reception, we've never seen a second Star Wars Holiday Special, but that's going to change later this year.

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Netflix plans spooky 2021 summer event with Fear Street movie trilogy

Netflix plans spooky 2021 summer event with Fear Street movie trilogy

It seems that a series of somewhat unfortunate events has resulted in Netflix acquiring three movies based on the Fear Street book series from R.L. Stine. The movies were acquired from Disney, a new report claims, which ended up in possession of them as a result of its Fox acquisition. The movies were reportedly originally planned to be released in theaters by Fox, but several things have changed that.

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TCL’s 2020 TVs serve up QLED, Roku TV and aggressive pricing

TCL’s 2020 TVs serve up QLED, Roku TV and aggressive pricing

TCL is a company that's been aboard the Roku TV train since the very start, and today, we're seeing it launch several new TVs that support the OS. TCL today announced new TVs for 2020 in its 5-series and 6-series lineup. All of these TVs use Roku TV, and for the first time, TCL says that it's using QLED tech in its 5-series lineup.

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CBS may soon get its first comedy series set during the pandemic

CBS may soon get its first comedy series set during the pandemic

In addition to the pandemic's impact on movie and television production, many have speculated over how upcoming seasons and new shows will handle the topic -- will they go on like normal or will they incorporate the pandemic into their storylines? We're still not sure, but a new report claims that CBS will soon release its first show that will be relevant to these times.

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Hulu has a new annual plan, and there’s a good reason to get it

Hulu has a new annual plan, and there’s a good reason to get it

Hulu has announced a new plan that mirrors a similar offering from its family-friendly sibling, Disney+. The two existing plans -- the one with ads and the one without ads -- aren't going anywhere and consumers will continue to pay for them monthly like usual. However, a third option -- an annual plan -- has joined them for those who know they'll be sticking with the service for a while, and there's a good reason to switch to it.

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