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Want to shape the future of PlayStation Vue? Try canceling your subscription

For a possible glimpse into the future of PlayStation Vue, and maybe even the chance to shape it, all you have to do is try to cancel your subscription and pay attention to the survey that follows.

Amazon’s FreeTime Unlimited loads up a slew of content for tweens

Older kids can now enjoy Amazon's FreeTime Unlimited just as much as their younger siblings. Amazon has updated the service to offer older kids, aged 9-12, over 13,000 videos, books, games, and more.
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The NSA gets exposed in first trailer for Oliver Stone’s Snowden

Less than a week after being criticized by a federal judge, the NSA now has to contend with the release of the first trailer for Oliver Stone's Snowden. The film centers on the well-known whistleblower.
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The Camp Firewood gang will reunite in Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later

Netflix wants more of the Camp Firewood gang: The Internet TV network has ordered Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later. The sequel series will look at the counselor group a decade after their crazy summer.
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HBO’s new aftershow delves deep into Game of Thrones — and it’s free for now

HBO is giving Game of Thrones enthusiasts one more way to obsess over the hit series right now. The network has posted the first episode of the new aftershow After the Thrones online for free.
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First Cell trailer pits John Cusack, Samuel L. Jackson against cell phone zombies

John Cusack and Samuel L. Jackson try to survive a cellphone-spawned zombie apocalypse in the first trailer for Cell, based on horror author Stephen King's 2006 novel of the same name.
Virtual Reality

Deadliest Catch gives fans a chance to experience life as a crab in VR

Deadliest Catch fans who have always wanted a closer look at what life is like aboard a fishing vessel now have their chance, thanks to a new VR experience. The only catch: you're seeing through the eyes of a crab.
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First trailer for R-rated animated movie Batman: The Killing Joke goes to dark places

Here's the first look at Batman: The Killing Joke, the upcoming, "R"-rated animated feature based on Alan Moore and Brian Bolland's 1988 graphic novel that provided an origin story for The Joker.

DreamWorks may soon be a subsidiary of Comcast

Animated characters are a lucrative business. Don't believe us? Just talk to Comcast, who is reportedly in talks to buy DreamWorks Animation SKG for a whopping $3 billion.
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Hilarious new Ghostbusters featurette centers on a not-so-bright Chris Hemsworth

The new Ghostbusters featurette is all about Kevin the receptionist. In it, Chris Hemsworth holds his own against comedic powerhouses Melissa McCarthy and Kristen Wiig, playing the ditzy admin to perfection.
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You can read J.K. Rowling’s Fantastic Beasts screenplay the day after the film opens

Warner Bros. is bringing us back to the wizarding world this fall with the film Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, but we won't just see the story on screen; J.K. Rowling's screenplay will be published as well.