The Dark Knight Trilogy: Christopher Nolan’s Legacy Can Never Be Tarnished

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  It's been 4 years since Christopher Nolan wrapped up his Batman trilogy with The Dark Knight Rises. With DC and Warner Bros. going all-in on Zack Snyder's universe, we thought we'd take a look at how, despite Rises' issues, Nolan's legacy is cemented. - Ed. By Mark Hodge … [Read more...]

Final Trailer For Suicide Squad, Plus Character Teasers

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By Danny F. Santos (doddleNEWS) Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice probably wasn't the huge critical hit that Warner Bros. wanted, but right now it seems that, against all odds, Suicide Squad will be. The film is just a few weeks away, and Warners has released a final trailer that focuses on … [Read more...]

Official: Game Of Thrones Premiering Later With Shortened 7th Season

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By Danny F. Santos (doddleNEWS) Those of you who love Game of Thrones will have to wait a bit longer next year as HBO has officially confirmed a summer release date for the seventh season of the epic fantasy series. Here's what Casey Bloys, president of HBO programming, said about the … [Read more...]

Update: Red Giant Sale Over

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Update: Red Giant Sale Over. By Danny F. Santos (doddleNEWS) Today only Red Giant is giving a whopping 25% off of their Magic Bullet Suite and all related individual tools in order to celebrate their fifth year anniversary. As part of their release of the Magic Bullet Suite back in the … [Read more...]

First Look: Blade Runner 2 Artwork Shows ‘Toxic’ Los Angeles

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By Mark Hodge (doddleNEWS) The first official artwork for Blade Runner 2 has been released, and shows a “toxic” dystopian L.A where the “climate has gone berserk.” Set several decades after Ridley Scott's groundbreaking 1982 film, the follow-up is directed by Denis Villeneuve (Sicario, … [Read more...]

Why Woody Allen Shot His New Film ‘Café Society’ On Digital

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By Danny F. Santos (doddleNEWS) There is no greater fight in modern cinematography than the film vs. digital as a medium. You have proponents and detractors on both sides, with (generally) new blood preferring digital (with some exceptions), and the old guard defending film. The latter is … [Read more...]

Is Disney Planning An Indiana Jones Universe?

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By Danny F. Santos (doddleNEWS) While the main reason for Disney buying Lucasfilm was to acquire Star Wars, they also got Indiana Jones as a bonus. Getting the space opera up and running was their main priority, but with completion of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, they then turned an eye to Indy … [Read more...]

Lucasfilm Announces Darth Vader Virtual Reality Project And It’s Canon

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By James DeRuvo (doddleNEWS) Just let this sink in: Lucasfilm's ILMxLAB is working on a virtual reality movie centered around our favorite Dark Lord of the Sith - Darth Vader! That means you'll be able to be experience the Star Wars saga like never before, in the first person;  and did we … [Read more...]

Create Shareable Netflix Playlists With Flixtape

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By Danny F. Santos (doddleNEWS) Remember mixtapes? I sure hope you do, otherwise I'm dating myself here. Basically, back in the 80s and 90s, instead of creating playlists, we created mixtapes on audio cassette tapes. Making a great tape was a far more laborious task since you needed to play … [Read more...]

AV.io 4K Will Capture and Stream UHD Video Live Via USB 3

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By Danny F. Santos (doddleNEWS) Epiphan Video has launched a new plug-and-play product called the AV.io 4K, which will capture 4K in perfect fidelity and with near zero latency via USB 3. It's available for Windows, Linux, or Mac based operating systems. Currently most products that do this … [Read more...]

One In Four U.S. Homes Have Cut The Cord For Streaming

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By James DeRuvo (doddleNEWS) The cord cutting trend is accelerating as U.S. households seek to cut monthly costs by choosing between pay TV subscriptions and streaming the programming they want online, and you can bet big cable is getting pretty nervous. Is it time for cable and satellite … [Read more...]

Barco Escape: Star Trek Beyond Screening In VR-Like Multi Screen Format

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By James DeRuvo (doddleNEWS) There is a new, hyper immersive projection technique, which is going to be the next step towards a holodeck-like cinema experience. It's called Barco Escape, and it uses three screens to show a movie as it literally wraps around you, and Star Trek Beyond is one of … [Read more...]

Star Trek 4 Officially Announced; Chris Hemsworth Is Back

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By Danny F. Santos (doddleNEWS) With Star Trek Beyond just a few days away from its wide premiere, Paramount has announced that the fourth film in the series has been greenlit, and it comes with a surprise casting announcement: Chris Hemsworth. Just before Hemsworth took up Thor's hammer in … [Read more...]

Streaming Review: Stranger Things

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By Danny F. Santos (doddleNEWS) Before I get into the detailed review let me give you the simple one sentence review: If you're going to binge watch anything this week, make it Stranger Things. Now, just to make this clear, I tend to binge watch as a natural state of consuming media but that … [Read more...]

Which Cameras Are This Year’s Emmy Nominated Shows Using?

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By James DeRuvo (doddleNEWS) When nominations come out, by now you know the drill: One day we talk about who's in the running for the gold, and the next day we talk about the cameras used to get them there. We've done it with Oscar, and now it's Emmy's turn. … [Read more...]

Mr. Robot Season Premiere Mysteriously Streams On Social Media

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By James DeRuvo (doddleNEWS) Remember in late 2014 when the first trailer for Avengers: Age of Ultron was leaked online and Marvel joked that it was the nefarious work of Hydra? It was great, and showed that even studios can have a sense of humor (although Google was subpoenaed to help find … [Read more...]