Type the words 'a long time ago, in a galaxy far far away' into Google, and you'll get a pretty cool result as the mega media company helps celebrate the upcoming launch of the new Star Wars movie, The Force Awakens.
Here's a complete list of what's new on Netflix for December, and which titles will be removed this month, to help you catch up on all your binging and make sure you don't miss those titles heading into the ether.
Pop phenom Adele's album 25 breaks the first week's sales record, set by *NSync in 2000 with No Strings Attached, with 2.433 million sold in four days. Industry execs predict she'll sell 2.9 million records by week's end.
Jet Blue planes will offer Amazon Prime subscribers free in-flight TV and movie streaming from Amazon Prime Instant Video, as well as free Amazon Prime music streaming, rolling out in 150 Jet Blue planes in time for Thanksgiving.
Aussie hard rockers Wolfmother have released the new single, Victorious, in advance of the 2016 record. After a tumultuous decade, frontman Andrew Stockdale hopes the new record will recreate the success of his band's eponymous 2006…
Starting today, the U.K. boasts a new Disney streaming service that many a U.S. fan will envy. DisneyLife, which is being billed as "the biggest Disney movie collection in one digital membership" also offers TV shows, books, music, apps…
Matthew McConaughey used his opening monologue on this weekend's episode of Saturday Night Live to explain the origins of his famous catchphrase, alright, alright, alright from the movie Dazed and Confused.
A Saturday Night live skit takes a hilarious look at audition outtakes from Star Wars: The Force Awakens, including Jon Hamm and Emma Stone, along with impressions of everyone from Sofia Vergara to Shaquille O'Neal.