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American Crime Story trailer

Fox has released a trailer for Ryan Murphy‘s American Crime Story: The People v. O.J. Simpson, a new series which will premiere on FX in February 2016. The teaser trailer premiered just a day after Murphy’s American Horror Story: Hotel with Lady Gaga made its debut on the network. Watch the American Crime Story trailer now embedded after the jump.
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Netflix price increase

Back in July, we learned that a Netflix price hike was coming, but that it wouldn’t be anything dramatic. At the time, Netflix CEO Reed Hastings confirmed the prices of current subscriptions wouldn’t be changing this quarter and price increases would actually happen gradually over the next 10 years.

But it’s a new quarter now, and lo and behold, a Netflix price increase has just been announced for the service’s most popular subscription plan. Find out if the price of your plan is going up below. Read More »

x-files box set

Update: Additional information on the set, including a full list of bonus features, a new picture of the packaging, and an official pre-order site, has arrived online.

The upcoming revival of The X-Files is an actual thing and not a figment of our collective imaginations. Yes, there is actually new X-Files material set to air on televisions that don’t exist entirely inside our minds. We know this because there are photos from the set and trailers online. However, we also know this because Fox is releasing a new Blu-ray box set collecting the entire original series and the collection’s box art has officially been revealed. It’s like they wanted to capitalize on our excitement and get us to purchase an expensive and grandiose object to celebrate our obsession!

Yep, they’ve got us. Check out the art for the X-Files box set and other details after the jump.

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woody allen digital

Woody Allen has directed around 50 movies. ManhattanAnnie HallCrimes and Misdemeanors, and even his most recent efforts have all been shot on film. For the first time in his career, the writer/director isn’t shooting on celluloid. Read more about the first Woody Allen digital movie after the jump.

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In today’s edition of Star Wars Bits we’ll take a look at the following:

  • The date and location of the Star Wars: The Force Awakens world premiere
  • The Disney logo/fanfare will not play before Star Wars: The Force Awakens
  • Is the rumor that Star Wars: The Force Awakens won’t screen early for press a bad sign?
  • What color lightsaber would Benicio del Toro have?
  • Star Wars producer Simon Kinberg on secrets, strong female characters and Bob Iger‘s involvement.
  • R2 Builders have launched the BB-8 Builders Club
  • And the above art is Niel Brady’s submission to the Star Wars Art Awakens fan art contest.

All that and more in today’s Star Wars Bits. Hit the jump to hyperspace!
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mutant fight club

20th Century Fox and director Bryan Singer haven’t exactly been shy about showing off the goods from X-Men: Apocalypse. We’ve seen tons of stills and set photos, and the cast and crew have happily talked about what’s coming up for our favorite mutant superheroes. We still haven’t seen a trailer, but in the meantime the studio has dropped the first official X-Men Apocalypse synopsis to tie everything together. Read it after the jump. Read More »

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Steve Jobs

Critics love Steve Jobs, but among those who knew the man personally, reactions to the project have been more mixed, to say the least. A new report claims Jobs’ widow Laurene Powell Jobs actively lobbied actors like Leonardo DiCaprio and Christian Bale to turn down the project, while Apple design chief Jony Ive has spoken out against the film. Read the Steve Jobs movie Laurene Powell Jobs and Jony Ive objections after the jump. Read More »

time bandits tv series

Terry Gilliam is a cinematic genius, but he’s also a cinematic genius who wronged a sorcerer in a past life or something. His battles with movie studios are the stuff of legend. The movies that have literally fallen apart around him are too many to count. And then the internet went and falsely reported his death. If Gilliam’s own movies didn’t present a self-awareness about the absurdity of existence and cruel unfairness of life, it would be easy to fear for his sanity.

Could his salvation come via the small screen? We already knew he had a deal in place with Amazon, but now Gilliam has revealed that he’s working on a TV version of his 1981 comedic fantasy Time Bandits. Maybe things are finally looking up for the most cursed of filmmakers.

Check out Gilliam’s own comment on the Time Bandits TV series after the jump.

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paramount vault

We live in a strange new world. A decade ago, the mere thought of streaming a movie online seemed foolhardy and weird. Now, a major movie studio has created a YouTube channel that offers viewers the chance to watch a selection of their films for free. The Paramount Vault is here and it feels like a big deal. Never before has the ever-changing film industry made us feel like such crotchety old people. Back in our day, we had to get off the couch to watch a movie!

Check out the details of the Paramount Vault channel (and some of our recommendations) after the jump.

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