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Discovery Launching New Streaming Service with Shows from HGTV, Food Network, A&E, History, TLC, Travel Channel & More

Just when you thought the last of the streaming services had launched, Discovery has announced the launch of yet another in January 2021. The new streaming service is called discovery+, and it will come with the largest-ever content library for a new streaming service at launch. The library will feature over 55,000 episodes from over 2,500 shows from across Discovery, HGTV, Food Network, TLC, ID, OWN, Travel Channel, and Animal Planet, not to mention programs from A&E, History Channel and Lifet...
Tags: Verizon, Asia, Chuck, Hollywood, Cook, London, Television, Movies, Documentary, California, Martha Stewart, New York City, America, Bbc, Chicago, Discovery


December 1 Blu-ray, Digital and DVD Releases

BEGIN SLIDESHOW December 1 Blu-ray, Digital and DVD Releases Welcome to ComingSoon.net’s December 1 Blu-ray, Digital HD and DVD column! We’ve highlighted this week’s releases in detailed write-ups of different titles below! Click each highlighted title to purchase through Amazon! PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh || {'gptAds':[], 'gptStandAlone':[]}; admiralCookie = rea...
Tags: TV, New York, Movies, Colorado, Horror, US, America, Los Angeles, Chicago, Pink Floyd, Ilana Glazer, David Bowie, Beverly Hills, TV News, Johnny Flynn, Blu-ray


‘The Price Is Right’ is Getting a Whole Channel on Pluto TV with Classic Bob Barker Episodes

The Price Is Right is one of the most beloved long-running game shows in TV history. The series began back in 1956 with a much different format than the one today’s audiences are used to seeing. But the most famous version of The Price Is Right began in 1972 with host Bob Barker, and starting today, the free TV streaming service Pluto TV is offering an entire channel dedicated to The Price Is Right episodes hosted by Happy Gilmore’s most formidable opponent. Pluto TV announced (via Deadline) ...
Tags: Television, Movies, America, Pluto TV, Barker, Carey, Gilmore, Fremantle, Plinko, Drew Carey, Bob Barker, The Price Is Right, Netflix/Streaming Video, Buzzr, Amy Kuessner, Global Partnerships at Pluto TV


Two Doctor Who Stars Will Not Return for Season 13 After Holiday Special

Two Doctor Who Stars Will Not Return for Season 13 After Holiday Special Ahead of the upcoming January premiere of Doctor Who‘s newest New Year’s Day special, BBC America has announced that series regular Bradley Walsh and Tosin Cole are no longer returning for the series’ upcoming thirteenth season. Walsh and Cole first appeared as Graham O’Brien and Ryan Sinclair in the eleventh season of Doctor Who, serving as the new companions along with Mandip Gill’s Yaz to Jodie Whittaker’s version of...
Tags: UK, TV, Movies, Wales, Doctor Who, America, Earth, Bbc, TV News, Graham, Jack, Bbc America, Christine Keeler, Walsh, Brad, Chris Noth


They Let Roberto Benigni Make Another ‘Pinocchio’ Movie, and the English-Language Version is Opening this Christmas

Roberto Benigni became an international star after he won an Academy Award for Best Actor for his work in Life is Beautiful, a film Benigni also directed and co-wrote. But Benigni’s star plummeted a bit in the years to come, worsened by his directorial follow-up, 2002’s Pinocchio. The live-action take on the classic tale was critically panned, most notably for the fact that the middle-aged Benigni cast himself as the puppet boy. You might think that experience would keep Benigni away from all-t...
Tags: Movies, Fantasy, Disney, America, Tom Hanks, Netflix, Ireland, United Kingdom, Italy, Guillermo Del Toro, Robert Zemeckis, Matteo Garrone, Eric, Roberto Benigni, Benigni, Roadside Attractions


BBC America’s Doctor Who: Revolution of the Daleks Trailer Released

BBC America’s Doctor Who: Revolution of the Daleks Trailer Released BBC America has released the official Doctor Who: Revolution of the Daleks trailer for the upcoming holiday special that is set to air on Friday, January 1 at 8:00 p.m. ET/PT. You can check out the trailer now in the player below! PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh || {'gptAds':[], 'gptStandAlone':[]}; admiral...
Tags: Video, UK, TV, Movies, Doctor Who, US, America, Earth, Bbc, Britain, TV News, Graham, Jack, Bbc America, Christine Keeler, Chris Noth


This Week In Trailers: Some Kind of Heaven, Alabama Snake, Little Fish, Sing Me A Song, The Human Factor

Trailers are an under-appreciated art form insofar that many times they’re seen as vehicles for showing footage, explaining films away, or showing their hand about what moviegoers can expect. Foreign, domestic, independent, big budget: What better way to hone your skills as a thoughtful moviegoer than by deconstructing these little pieces of advertising? This week, we hang with the pinochle crowd, lose our minds to a virus, remember what it was like to discover the internet for the first time, ...
Tags: Movies, Alabama, America, United States, This Week In Trailers, Middle East, Movie Trailers, Theo Love, Clifford, Bhutan, Buddhist, Chad Hartigan, Summerford, Movie Marketing, Southern Appalachia, Thomas Burton


Sequel Bits: ‘Orphan’, ‘Snake Eyes’, ‘Mission: Impossible’, ‘Borat’, ‘Killer Klowns From Outer Space’, ‘Encino Man’

In this edition of Sequel Bits: Rossif Sutherland has joined the cast of the Orphan prequel. Andrew Koji talks about playing Storm Shadow in Snake Eyes. Angela Bassett is returning for more Mission: Impossible movies. The Kazakh American Association is not happy about Borat 2. Will Killer Klowns From Outer Space 2 ever happen? Maybe. Pauly Shore wants Encino Man 2, probably because he has nothing else going on right now. Orphan: First Kill, the inexplicable prequel to Orphan that’s someho...
Tags: Amazon, Hollywood, Movies, California, Uncategorized, Disney, America, Sequels, Cia, Kazakhstan, Angela Bassett, Sacha Baron Cohen, MGM, Joe, Sutherland, Koji


Colin Hanks, Diane Guerrero, and Nelly Join Buddy Holly Biopic ‘Clear Lake’

Colin Hanks, Diane Guerrero, and hip-hop star Nelly are the latest to join the cast of Clear Lake, the upcoming biopic about the iconic 1950s musician Buddy Holly. Variety reports that Hanks, Guerrero, and Nelly have been added to the Clear Lake cast, joining Irish actor Ruairi O’Connor, who has been cast as the legendary musician. The film, directed by Bruce Beresford, will tell the story of how Holly and other musicians in the late 1950s “gave birth to rock ‘n’ roll.” Hanks, best known for...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Drama, Casting, America, Tesla, Elton John, Bruce Beresford, Diane Guerrero, Musical, True Story, Bmg, Raleigh, Holly, Richardson, Easley


Things to do – online and in-person – in the San Fernando Valley, LA area, Nov. 26-Dec. 3

  Leon Keer’s “In Case of Lost Childhood,” acrylic on hand cut wood panel, is part of the “Nexus Three” online exhibit from Brand Library and Art Center in Glendale. (Photo courtesy of Leon Keer/Brand Library and Art Center)   Take a chance on cultural and educational experiences, Nov. 26-Dec. 3   EVENTS   Los Angeles Christmas Market: A pop-up shopping experience, opens 10 a.m.-8 p.m. Nov. 27. Check website on Covid-19 precautions. Photo with Santa Claus — in a sleigh with non-reflective...
Tags: Art, Facebook, Books, Music, Comedy, Movies, Abc, California, La, Israel, Christmas, America, Los Angeles, Events, Sport, Dance


TikTok’s epic rise and stumble

TikTok’s rise in the West is unprecedented for any Chinese tech company, and so is the amount of attention it has attracted from politicians worldwide. Below is a timeline of how TikTok grew from what some considered another “copycat” short video app to global dominance and eventually became a target of the U.S. government. 2012-2017: The emergence of TikTok These years were a period of fast growth for ByteDance, the Beijing-based parent company behind TikTok. Originally launched in Chin...
Tags: Apple, Google, TC, Facebook, Asia, Instagram, Microsoft, Entertainment, Navy, California, Washington, Government, China, America, Tech, Walmart


‘Mr. Mayor’ Trailer: Ted Danson is the Mayor of Los Angeles in New Series from ’30 Rock’ Creators

The line-up of new shows for the 2020-2021 television season isn’t much to write home about thanks to the coronavirus pandemic wreaking havoc on television production workflow. But there is one new show that we’re keeping our fingers crossed for since it hails from 30 Rock creators Tina Fey and Robert Carlock, and the first trailer for it has finally arrived. Mr. Mayor follows Ted Danson as he tries to win over the people of Los Angeles as the city’s new mayor. But he faces some pretty stiff op...
Tags: Comedy, Television, Movies, Nbc, America, Los Angeles, Netflix, Tina-Fey, Mayor, Ted Danson, Kimmy Schmidt, Holly Hunter, Bobby Moynihan, Robert Carlock, Universal Television, Eric Gurian


ComingSoon’s Eddie Murphy Movie 4-Pack Giveaway!

BEGIN SLIDESHOW ComingSoon’s Eddie Murphy Movie 4-Pack Giveaway! Paramount Pictures has provided ComingSoon.net with copies of Eddie Murphy’s four newly remastered films, arriving on 4K UHD and Blu-ray on December 1, including Coming to America, Beverly Hills Cop, Trading Places, and The Golden Child. Four winners (must be within the U.S.) of our 4-pack giveaway will be picked at random by Monday, November 30, and all you have to do to win is email your name with the subject line “EDDIE M...
Tags: Amazon, Movies, New York City, Digital, America, Beverly Hills, Detroit, Paramount Pictures, Hdr, Hall, Giveaway, Eddie Murphy, Valentine, Blu, Martin, Murphy


Mr. Mayor Trailer Previews Ted Danson & Holly Hunter’s New NBC Sitcom

Mr. Mayor Trailer Previews Ted Danson & Holly Hunter’s New NBC Sitcom NBC has released the full trailer for creators Tina Fey and Robert Carlock’s upcoming comedy series titled Mr. Mayor, featuring Emmy and Golden Globe-winning actor Ted Danson as his character enters politics to become the mayor of Los Angeles. Also starring Oscar winner Holly Hunter, the sitcom is scheduled to make its debut on Thursday, January 7, 2021. Check out the video in the player below! RELATED: Norman Lear, NBC & ...
Tags: Video, TV, Movies, Nbc, New York City, Norman Lear, America, Los Angeles, TV News, Tina Fey, Mayor, Alec Baldwin, Ted Danson, Golden Globe, Baldwin, Holly Hunter


Frank Zappa’s unreleased archive revealed in Alex Winter’s years-in-the-making documentary

When Alex Winter approached the widow of rock musician and composer Frank Zappa with his pitch to make a documentary on the man and his music, he was thrilled when Gail Zappa said yes. What her agreement meant, though, was an entirely different kind of delight and dilemma. “I didn’t realize that I was going to be getting access to the entire vault,” says Winter, who in addition to directing films is, of course, an actor most famous as Bill S. Preston, Esquire from the “Bill & Ted” comedy trilogy...
Tags: Music, Movies, Germany, America, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Joni Mitchell, Bobby Brown, Frank Zappa, Magnolia Pictures, Keanu Reeves, Southern California, Ontario, Magnolia, Gail Zappa


'Cobra Kai' And America's Weird Old Anti-Karate Hysteria

By Ryan Herrera  Published: November 25th, 2020 
Tags: America, Humor, Ryan Herrera


Olivia Cooke & Jack O'Connell in Sci-Fi Love Story 'Little Fish' Trailer

"They say you can't forget feelings… and I still believe that." IFC Films has unveiled the first official trailer for an indie romance titled Little Fish, the latest film from acclaimed indie filmmaker Chad Hartigan (of This Is Martin Bonner, Morris from America). This recently premiered at both the Newport Beach and Philadelphia Film Festivals this fall. As a memory loss virus runs rampant, one couple fights to hold their relationship together before the disease can erase all memory of thei...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, America, Ifc, Emma, Jack O Connell, Indies, Cooke, Newport Beach, Chad Hartigan, Jude, Olivia Cooke, To Watch, David Lennon, Martin Bonner Morris, Philadelphia Film Festivals


Oscar-winner John Ridley explores the lives of superheroes of color in ‘The Other History of the DC Universe’

John Ridley remembers how he felt as a boy in the late ’70s when Black Lightning debuted as the first Black superhero with his own DC Comics series. “Here’s a hero who, you know, kind of looked like me,” Ridley says. “Black Lightning was certainly the first hero where I felt a connection that was more than just pure enjoyment, pure entertainment. “It was like, ‘Oh, this is something. This is unique, this is special,’” he says. “And I most definitely was hooked from that point on.” Sierra Can...
Tags: Books, Hollywood, Movies, Instagram, America, Sport, Karen, Things To Do, Soccer, Trayvon Martin, Justice League, Dc, Cw, Mom, Jason, Comic-Con


Thanksgiving Plans

 It’s downright surreal listening to the two distinct realities that various news outlets are spouting.  With Thanksgiving just days away and COVID cases skyrocketing in America at an... [Author: By Ken Levine]
Tags: America, Humor, Ken Levine, By Ken Levine


"'Hillbilly Elegy,' published in June of 2016, attracted an extra measure of attention (and controversy) after Donald Trump’s election."

"It seemed to offer a firsthand report, both personal and analytical, on the condition of the white American working class/ And while the book [by J.D. Vance] didn’t really explain the election... it did venture a hypothesis about how that family and others like it encountered such persistent household dysfunction and economic distress.... He suggests that the same traits that make his people distinctive — suspicion of outsiders, resistance to authority, devotion to kin, eagerness to fight — mak...
Tags: Books, Music, Hollywood, Movies, Law, America, Donald Trump, Rotten Tomatoes, Scott, Vance, Jimmy, Ann Althouse, Hillbilly, Mamaw, J D Vance, A.O. Scott


Nearly 700 Movie Theaters Closed Over the Weekend, Making for a Dispiriting Pre-Thanksgiving Box Office Haul

As the coronavirus pandemic continues to get worse in the United States, many states are tightening restrictions on non-essential businesses and gatherings of people. That may not stop the plethora of idiots who are still forcing their Thanksgiving plans into existence despite the irresponsibility of it all, but it did result in the shutdown of nearly 700 theaters this past weekend, making for a poor showing at the box office on a weekend that is typically full of huge blockbusters. In their...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Disney, America, United States, Robert De Niro, Box Office, Universal Pictures, Kevin Costner, Indiewire, Tenet, Focus Features, Diane Lane, Freaky, Business and Industry News, The War With Grandpa


Sundance Now Unveils December TV & Movie Slate

Sundance Now Unveils December TV & Movie Slate Sundance Now has revealed their December slate, including four exclusive premieres: The timely and gripping drama The Commons starring Joanne Froggatt, the award-winning political drama Total Control created by and starring Oscar nominee Rachel Griffiths and Deborah Mailman, the foreign language period spy drama Shadow Lines, and the high-stakes insider trading British drama Cleaning Up starring Sheridan Smith. You can check out the full lineup b...
Tags: UK, TV, Downton Abbey, Movies, Australia, Washington, America, Canary Wharf, Prague, Canada, United States, Oscar, Moscow, TV News, Manhattan, Finland


One Of America's Most Nightmarish Monsters Was A Nice Old Lady

By Alex Hanton  Published: November 23rd, 2020 
Tags: America, Humor, Alex Hanton


New to Stream: Starz December 2020 Movie & TV Titles Announced

New to Stream: Starz December 2020 Movie & TV Titles Announced The full list of December 2020 movies and TV titles that will be available for streaming on the Starz App has been released (via Vital Thrills), which you can now view below along with the titles that are set to leave from the streaming service this month. This includes the return of the crime drama spinoff Power Book II: Ghost as well as the premiere of all the classic Friday The 13th films! RELATED: Power Book II: Ghost Midseas...
Tags: TV, Movies, America, Chicago, Colombia, Dallas Cowboys, TV News, Starz, Streaming, Tokyo, Miami, Durango, Abilene, John Carpenter, Jackie Brown, Wayne


Superhero Bits: ‘Black Lightning’ Ending with Season 4, First ‘Ms. Marvel’ Set Photos & More

Why is Black Lightning ending with season four? How much did Detective Comics #27 recently land at an auction? Why is Ms. Marvel dressed as Captain Marvel in the show’s first set photos? Is Wonder Woman 1984 going to let Diana fly? Want to see a new photo of Joe Manganiello as Deathstroke? Could Tobey Maguire play a version of Uncle Ben in Spider-Man 3? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Celebrate 80 years of Captain America with Marvel Editor-in-Chief C.B Cebulski and e...
Tags: Comic Book/Superhero, Superhero Bits, Avengers, Batman, Black Lightning, Black Widow, Captain Marvel, Captain-America, Iron-Man, Justice-League, Marvel Storyboards, Ms. Marvel, Painkiller, Spider-man, Stargirl, Superman


‘The Mandalorian’ Season 2 Vol. 1 Soundtrack Available Now, Vol. 2 Arrives Next Month

Today, Walt Disney Records announced that a digital version of The Mandalorian Season 2 Vol. 1 soundtrack is available for purchase, featuring composer Ludwig Göransson‘s music from episodes 9 through 12 of the acclaimed Star Wars Disney+ series. The second volume of the soundtrack, which will feature music from episodes 13 through 16, is set to be released in December. Take a listen to some of the newly-released tracks below. The Mandalorian Season 2 Vol. 1 Soundtrack During the first seas...
Tags: Christopher Nolan, Television, Movies, Sci-fi, Disney, America, Ryan Coogler, George Lucas, Mando, Tenet, Walt Disney Records, Dan Harmon, Action/Adventure, Soundtracks, Star Wars Disney, Goransson


‘Thor: Love and Thunder’ Will Feel Like a New ‘Avengers’ Sequel

It looks like Thor: Love and Thunder is going to have such a big cast of Marvel players that it might end up feeling like Avengers 5. The Taika Waititi sequel is of course bringing back key players Chris Hemsworth, Tessa Thompson, and Natalie Portman. But a new report points to a “sprawling cast” that suggests the film might follow in the footsteps of Captain America: Civil War – a movie that features multiple key Marvel characters without being a big Avengers sequel. In a new THR report abo...
Tags: Movies, America, Sequels, Chris Hemsworth, Thor, Chris Pratt, James Gunn, Avengers, Natalie Portman, Marvel Studios, Tessa Thompson, Taika Waititi, Jane Foster, MCU, Comic Book/Superhero, Peyton Reed


The 15 Best ‘Animaniacs’ Songs, Ranked from Great to Greatest

This week marks the return of yet another 90s-era show, another piece of nostalgia revived for the hopeful adoration of fans around the world. This one’s a revival for audiences of all ages: it’s Animaniacs , the ultra-zany weekday cartoon that introduced viewers to the Warner Brothers (and the Warner sister), an exceptionally brilliant mouse with plans for world domination, a trio of wise-talking pigeons, and more. The new show is something of a mixed bag (to this writer), with a longer le...
Tags: Television, Movies, Jack Nicholson, Disney, America, Turkey, Features, Harry Belafonte, Animation, Warner, Dustin Hoffman, Pluto, Steven Spielberg, Belafonte, Warner Brothers, United States of America


‘The Last of Us’ Gets a Series Order at HBO; Could This Be the First Great Video Game Adaptation?

It’s official: Joel and Ellie are coming to television. HBO has given a series order to The Last of Us, a television adaptation of Naughty Dog’s wildly popular video game about a smuggler and a young girl who must make their way across a zombie-infested America in the hopes of developing a cure for a virus that has ravaged the globe. The game’s creator and creative director, Neil Druckmann, is spearheading the show along with Craig Mazin, the Emmy Award-winning creator of Chernobyl. HBO has b...
Tags: Hbo, Television, Movies, Drama, Horror, America, United States, Thriller, Adaptation, Chernobyl, Craig, Video Game, Johan Renck, Strauss, Joel, Neil


‘Coming 2 America’ is Officially Coming to Amazon Prime Video, New Release Date Set for March 2021

Coming 2 America has officially found a new home. Following rumblings last month, Amazon Studios has acquired the worldwide rights for the sequel to Eddie Murphy’s classic comedy Coming to America from Paramount Pictures. A release date has been set for March 2021 on Amazon Prime Video. Coming 2 America is, well, coming to America this coming March — as well as over 240 countries and territories in which Amazon Prime Video is available. Amazon announced that it has acquired the rights to the...
Tags: Amazon, Comedy, Movies, America, Queens, Sequels, Kenya, Paramount Pictures, Paramount, Eddie Murphy, Queens New York, Amazon Studios, Teyana Taylor, Zamunda, Kevin Misher, Lavelle



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