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Daredevil Season 3

Could the Avengers 4 trailer be arriving within the next few weeks? Want to see a Spider-Man PS4 player recreate movie posters and comic covers in the game? Did the studio have James Wan cut 20 minutes out of Aquaman? Want to make your own Spider-Man mask with moving eyes? Did you hear the Hellboy trailer for NYCC leaked online? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Read More »

Annabelle Creation Review

On the October 17 2018 episode of /Film Daily, /Film editor-in-chief Peter Sciretta is joined by /Film senior writer Ben Pearson and writer Chris Evangelista to talk about the latest film and tv news, including Blumhouse, Fast & Furious, Real World, Annabelle 3, and They Live 2.

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moviepass probe

MoviePass, the movie ticket subscription service that was flying high in early 2018, has been barely clinging to life for the past few months. Their financial failure and series of bone-headed decisions have been well-documented, but if you thought things couldn’t get any worse for them, think again: parent company Helios and Matheson Analytics is under investigation in New York for potentially misleading investors. Yikes. Read More »

‘Real World’ Reboot Coming to Facebook Watch

real world reboot

Remember The Real World? The reality show about seven strangers who stop being polite, and start getting real? It’s back, in Facebook Watch form. MTV Studios is teaming with Facebook’s streaming service to re-launch the popular reality show for a whole new generation. The series will now have an interactive element as well, allowing viewers to vote on one contestant to join the show. More on the Real World reboot below.

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The Terror season 2 director

The Terror season 2 director has been found. Josef Kubota Wladyka, who has helmed episodes of Netflix’s Narcos, will direct the second season of AMC’s historical horror show. As previously reported, the second season will take place during World War II, in a Japanese-American internment camp. The first season was inspired by the true story of Captain Sir John Franklin’s lost expedition to the Arctic in the 1800s.

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star trek tv shows

CBS All Access plans to boldly expand its roster of Star Trek TV shows…but not too quickly.

A new report says that the network doesn’t want to make the mistake of having fans become oversaturated with new Star Trek content. So instead of having a new season of a Star Trek show airing year round, the various series will be spread out a little to keep interest high. Plus, each of the new shows is intended to have its own “tonal vision”, which will draw distinct lines around the types of Trek series All Access will produce. Read more about the network’s plan below.
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‘Orange is the New Black’ Ending With Season 7

orange is the new black ending

Orange is the New Black‘s time is nearly served. The Netflix series will end with season 7, bringing to a close a show that launched back in 2013. This is likely for the best, as the prison dramedy has run out of steam at this point. The final season will arrive on the streaming service in 2019.

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Cord Cutting Options

The battle among streaming services is getting a little more interesting, and further blows are being struck against overpriced cable providers as companies like Vudu and Hulu look to provide a more streamlined television experience at a much lower price.

The Walmart-owned Vudu, who recently struck a deal to develop their own original content with MGM, is planning to provide customers the ability to add-on premium subscriptions like HBO Now, Showtime and Starz. Meanwhile, Hulu is looking to provide subscribers with less-expensive live television bundles, making overstuffed cable packages even more obsolete.

Find out about these new and expanding cord-cutting options below. Read More »

caroll spinney retires

A few things have remained constant at Sesame Street since the children’s show debuted on PBS in 1969, and one of them is the presence of puppeteering legend Caroll Spinney. The puppeteer and performer has played two of Sesame Street‘s most famous characters since the show’s debut: Big Bird and Oscar the Grouch. But, 50 years since he stepped into the big, yellow suit, Spinney is flying the coop.

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netflix marvel tv shows

The Netflix Marvel TV shows aren’t going away any time soon. Despite the looming threat of the upcoming Disney streaming platform and Netflix’s surprising decision to cancel Iron Fist after the better-received second season, Netflix isn’t ringing the death knell for its acclaimed Marvel series.

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