Adam Poltrack

Adam Poltrack

Adam is an A/V News Writer for Digital Trends, and is responsible for bringing you the latest advances in A/V equipment/technology. Before coming to Digital Trends, he wrote for The Tactic Company and served as a staff reporter for The Hometown Media Group.
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Movies & TV

Star Wars VII is available today, and here’s what you need to know

Star Wars: Episode VII was had astronomical success at the box-office and, with the release of the digital version of the film, you can now watch it from the comfort of your couch. We'll tell you about how to get it, and all the goodies.
Movies & TV

Batman v Superman fallout: Suicide Squad to reshoot scenes to make it fun

Suicide Squad's ride to the box-office has been a rocky one to say the least and we're now hearing about expensive reshoots designed to make Warner Bros.' latest dark and dour film a bit more fun.
Movies & TV

The Lego Batman Movie’s second teaser in a week is even more hilarious

Less than a week after Warner Bros. released the Batcave teaser, the sturdio has released a new Wayne Manor teaser for the upcoming Lego Batman Movie. Compared to its predecessor, this latest trailer packs a bigger punch -- and…
Movies & TV

FouseyTube headlines cast of digital stars for Awesomeness Films' We Love You

Sure, Awesomeness Films' We Love You may sound like a garden variety romantic comedy at first, but the way it is being cast, produced, and distributed is anything but run-of-the-mill.
Movies & TV

David M. Rosenthal and Michael Ealy sign on for Jacob’s Ladder reimagining

Fans of the 1990 supernatural/psychological thriller Jacob's Ladder will be excited to hear that a modern-day reimagining of the film is one big step closer to making its way to the silver screen.
Movies & TV

Selma director to helm fashion film for HBO

Golden Globe-nominated director Ava DuVernay continues to be a hot commodity and HBO has tapped her to helm The Battle of Versailles, its film about an epic fashion face-off in France that had a positive effect on race relations.
Movies & TV

Sick of politics as usual? Check out this trailer for season 5 of Veep

The 2016 presidential primaries have dominated the news cycle of late, but if you're growing tired of counting delegates, this trailer for season five of HBO's Veep may be just the thing.
Movies & TV

Ben Affleck responds to Iñárritu’s infamous ‘cultural genocide’ comments

Fresh off back-to-back Oscar wins, Alejandro González Iñárritu is Hollywood's hottest director -- but that doesn't mean that the industry agrees with his strong stance against superhero movies.
Home Theater

Sony successfully streams first live North American soccer game in 4K

If your the type of sports fan that likes to see every bead of sweat and blade of grass during your favorite team's broadcasts, 4K streaming could be your ticket to a truly immersive experience.
Movies & TV

History’s Vikings gets fifth season with Jonathan Rhys Meyers on board

Audiences just can't seem to get enough of History's Vikings. The historical drama has just be renewed for a 20-episode fifth season and has added Jonathan Rhys Meyers to the mix.
Movies & TV

Advance sales foreshadow huge opening for Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice

Advance ticket sales for Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice show that the film is pulling in superhero-sized numbers and outpacing some of the highest-grossing releases of all-time.
Movies & TV

Matthew Perry cast as Ted Kennedy in upcoming miniseries

As a beloved alum of NBC's Friends, Matthew Perry will be hoping that this role is serious enough to springboard him beyond Chandler Bing and into a new phase in his acting career.