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A Quiet Place Part II movie release date bumped yet again

A Quiet Place Part II movie release date bumped yet again

A Quiet Place Part II, the sequel to the 2018 horror movie, was originally set to hit theaters in March 2020 -- around the same time the pandemic was declared, causing widespread lockdowns and throwing the movie industry into chaos. As with many other planned movie releases, A Quiet Place Part II was delayed...and now it has just been bumped to a later date by several months.

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Mandalorian says “unexpected surprises and timelines” incoming

Mandalorian says “unexpected surprises and timelines” incoming

This week Mandalorian star Pedro Pascal answered a few questions about the future of Star Wars. Given the tail end of the Mandalorian Season 2, questions about the character's past were inevitable. According to Pascal, "as much as he says this is the way, that doesn't mean this is the only way."

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Netflix buys Sony animated movie originally destined for theaters

Netflix buys Sony animated movie originally destined for theaters

Netflix has purchased The Mitchells vs. The Machines, a Sony Pictures movie that was originally planned for a theatrical release. The deal gives Netflix the worldwide rights to the movie, with the exception of China, meaning you'll soon be able to stream it on the platform. The animation comes from producers Christopher Miller and Phil Lord, the duo that produced Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse.

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Netflix’ Bridgerton season 2 confirmed – and the naming cycle

Netflix’ Bridgerton season 2 confirmed – and the naming cycle

Bridgerton was given an official renewal for a second season as of January 21, 2021. Netflix teased the news earlier this week, confirming the news in a press packet today. Filming for Bridgerton Season 2 will begin this Spring in the United Kingdom.

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Sling TV is the first streaming service to offer NHL Center Ice

Sling TV is the first streaming service to offer NHL Center Ice

NHL Center Ice, the sports package for out-of-market satellite and cable subscribers, is now available to those who prefer to stream their entertainment. Sling TV has announced that has integrated NHL Center Ice with its platform, making it the first streaming service to offer the hockey portal. The addition comes shortly after the start of the 2021 NHL season, giving hockey fans who don't have traditional pay-TV a new option for watching the games.

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Bernie “once again asking” meme Burton jacket and mittens win Biden inauguration

Bernie “once again asking” meme Burton jacket and mittens win Biden inauguration

A variety of fashion statements were on display at the Biden Harris 2021 Presidential Inauguration, but none were so perfectly meme-ready as Bernie Sanders. While Lady Gaga delivered a Hunger Games look that, TBH, was relatively understated and on-point for the occasion, Bernie delivered with a jacket and mittens of note. Both are perfectly functional and comfy pieces of clothing - and both have a backstory.

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Leaked Star Wars set in question: Tatooine, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Andor?

Leaked Star Wars set in question: Tatooine, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Andor?

There's a bit of a fan battle going on right now in the leaked photo universe for Star Wars. Several sources captured photos of a relatively large set constructed in Little Marlow, Buckinghamshire, with a look that COULD be Tatooine in origin. It's that sort of sand, tan color, it's relatively short, and it looks like a little village. It could very easily be a "Mos Whatever" gathering of buildings - or it could be on a different planet entirely.

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Netflix Shuffle Play release date revealed for public rollout

Netflix Shuffle Play release date revealed for public rollout

This week Netflix confirmed that the long-awaited "Shuffle Play" feature will be released to the public in the first half of the year 2021. This Shuffle Play feature will be helpful for those users that enjoy playing a single TV show (generally a comedy) for comfort viewing. It's also likely GOING to be great for those users that'll want to shuffle through content placed on a list by Netflix - like when a single title has several seasons of episodes and a movie.

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CBS All Access will be replaced by Paramount+ in March

CBS All Access will be replaced by Paramount+ in March

CBS All Access, the standalone streaming app that provides access to the vast CBS content library and the live channel, will be going away in early March. Here to replace it is Paramount+ from ViacomCBS, something the company said it would offer in place of CBS All Access way back in September. Now we finally know the launch date and what to expect.

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LEGO Super Mario Master Your Adventure Maker Set makes bricks feel new again

LEGO Super Mario Master Your Adventure Maker Set makes bricks feel new again

There've been more different sorts of LEGO sets over the past several decades than I'm sure LEGO would like to admit. Lots of great success has been had, but not every concept is a winner. The latest is LEGO Super Mario - and it's a winner. In the LEGO Super Mario Master Your Adventure set revealed this week, the winning combination of elements is made plain.

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The Muppet Show on Disney+ at last, complete with The Stars of Star Wars

The Muppet Show on Disney+ at last, complete with The Stars of Star Wars

The Muppet Show is headed to Disney+, the Disney streaming video service, at last. Disney+ currently has a collection of Muppets shows and movies the likes of which cannot be found anywhere else. BUT! No "The Muppet Show" as such. Starting in February, that issue will be corrected.

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Once again, Star Wars 1313 isn’t quite quite dead yet

Once again, Star Wars 1313 isn’t quite quite dead yet

When the "final season" of Star Wars: The Clone Wars revealed Asohka Tano fall to a level of Coruscant deep below the surface, I crossed my fingers. Imagine my delight when the series delivered a key number: 1313. That's the level of the planet - the planet which is itself "one big city" made of levels upon levels of towns, communities, and everything in-between. That's the level that was to be the setting for an awesome video game that was ultimately scrapped.

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