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'Friday the 13th: The Game' misses 2016 release date in favor of bonus content

Gun Media has announced that its video game adaptation of Friday the 13th will miss its anticipated 2016 release window to allow for the development of an additional single-player component.
Virtual Reality

‘Allumette’ immerses you in a floating village, shows off potential of VR cinema

One recent animated title that aims to leverage the storytelling potential of VR is Allumette, a 20-minute animated tale about an orphan girl and her adventures in a floating village.
Movies & TV

Chris Rock to break eight-year stand-up comedy hiatus for $40 million deal

Chris Rock is ending his eight-year hiatus from stand-up comedy and Netflix was only too happy to welcome him back. The streaming service and the comedian reached a $40 million deal for two specials.
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'Falling Water' creators: GOT and Mr. Robot helped get TV ready for a show about dreams

Gale Anne Hurd and Blake Masters, creators of new USA Networks show 'Falling Water,' spoke with Digital Trends at a recent private event surrounding the debut of the new show. The creators explained how 'Game of Thrones' helped the show get…
Movies & TV

Get to know Marvel's Iron Fist with everything we've learned about the Netflix series so far

Netflix is bringing the martial-arts adventures of Marvel's Iron Fist to the live-action television world in March 2017. Here's everything we know about the anticipated new series to get you up to speed.
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The latest ‘Rogue One’ trailer shows why Jyn must confront the empire 2:37

Disney's first Star Wars anthology film, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, is just weeks away. Here's everything we know about the film thus far, from its cast of characters and release date to its surrounding universe and tone.

Cold War bunker built to protect president now holds explosion-prone, historic films

Once a shelter for the president in the event of a nuclear incident, a Virginia bunker now houses 6.3 million pieces of cinematic history. A recent video takes viewers inside the Library of Congress' Packard Campus.
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God recruits Nicolas Cage to kill Osama Bin Laden in this ‘Army of One’ trailer

Army of One, Nicolas Cage's film that chronicles the story of a handyman who went to Pakistan to hunt for Osama bin Laden after receiving a vision from God, finally has its first trailer.
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‘Gotham’ Actor Sean Pertwee talks season 3, video game acting, and Xbox love

Actor Sean Pertwee tells us about the challenges of bringing a younger, tougher Alfred Pennyworth to life in ‘Gotham,’ as well as his video game acting and his penchant for Xbox.
Movies & TV

Everybody’s always smiling in ‘Luke Cage: Family Matters’ sitcom mashup video

The lighthearted theme of '90s television sitcom Family Matters makes Marvel's gritty Luke Cage series on Netflix seem like a heartwarming, family-friendly show about a neighborhood where everyone's always smiling.
Movies & TV

‘Jurassic World’ sequel has much more on its mind than just dinosaur mayhem

Animal abuse and "open source" breeding will be some of the themes explored in the sequel to 2015's Jurassic World, according to the first film's director, Colin Trevorrow, who is producing the follow-up.
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Instagram post reveals Wolverine’s nemesis in upcoming sequel ‘Logan’

One of the deadliest foes the X-Men have ever faced seems likely to appear in the upcoming Wolverine sequel Logan, according to a new photo posted on the film's official Instagram account.