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.
Articles
Movies & TV

Gomez and Corden share a wild ride in new Carpool Karaoke

Harmonizing on a roller coaster with Selena Gomez, pounding ginger shots, and befriending McDonald's employees may not sound like your typical morning commute, but for James Corden, it's just another trip to the office.
Movies & TV

Amazon's 'Transparent' trounced by 'Fuller House,' other Netflix shows in viewership poll

Despite its sterling reputation among critics and awards committees, Amazon's Transparent isn't as popular with audiences as may have been assumed, according to data provided by Symphony Advanced Media.
Movies & TV

New 'Suicide Squad' posters are an explosion of colors

At this point, no one is quite sure what tone Suicide Squad is looking to strike. First it was dark and drab, then reshoots made it more fun, and now we have two new posters that make it look downright kid-friendly.
Movies & TV

Latest trailer for ‘Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children’ is Burton being Burton

Featuring wonderfully weird new footage and a time-bending twist, the latest trailer for Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children should have Tim Burton fans everywhere enthused.
Movies & TV

‘Veep’ creator’s ‘The Death of Stalin’ adds new cast members, begins shooting

You might think it would be hard to draw comedy from the life and death of one of history's greatest dictators, but Veep creator Armando Iannucci’s brand of satire makes us laugh at even the most twisted circumstances.
Movies & TV

Demetrius Shipp Jr. is the very image of Tupac in first trailer for ‘All Eyez on Me’

Borrowing its title from Tupac's fourth studio album, All Eyez on Me has debuted its first trailer. While it doesn't tell us much about the film itself, its star looks so much like the slain rapper that it's sort of scary.
Movies & TV

Here’s the hilarious reason Charlie Cox of ‘Daredevil’ missed out on playing Han Solo

Charlie Cox won't be making the Kessel Run anytime soon, as an odd quirk he picked up while playing Marvel's Daredevil reared its head during his audition for the upcoming young Han Solo spinoff.
Movies & TV

‘Fast 8’ cast adds another classy dame, Oscar winner Helen Mirren

Thanks to her seemingly unlikely fondness for one of the film's stars, Helen Mirren, the woman who once won an Oscar for portraying the Queen of England, will put the pedal to the metal as a member of the Fast 8 cast.
Movies & TV

Steven Spielberg may direct biopic about legendary newsman Walter Cronkite

A biopic about Walter Cronkite, the CBS news anchor once known as the "most trusted man in America," is on its way to the big screen, and one of Hollywood's most iconic directors may be the one calling the shots.
Movies & TV

Catch a whiff of a galaxy far, far away with these Star Wars scents

Being a Star Wars superfan doesn't mean that you have to smell like an unwashed Rancor. Check out these three Star Wars-inspired scents from German fragrance company Lifestyle Perfumes.
Movies & TV

‘Doctor Strange,’ Guardians 2 directors hint at Comic-Con appearances

Scott Derrickson and James Gunn -- directors of Doctor Strange and Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, respectively -- have both suggested that they'll be in attendance for Comic-Con San Diego this Summer.
Movies & TV

Amazon says thank you very much for Mr. Robot after landing season 1 of hit show

Mr. Robot recently took home the Golden Globe for best TV Drama, and now Amazon Prime members can stream and/or download the first season of the critically acclaimed USA network series.