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DC Universe Debuts at San Diego Comic-Con as $74.99/Year Streaming Service

DC Comics has officially unveiled its new streaming service called DC Universe during San Diego Comic-Con 2018. The service is set to launch this fall for $74.99/year. You can preorder a yearly subscription now, with monthly $7.99 subscriptions opening on launch day. DC Universe is

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AT&T Introduces Unlimited Plans with New ‘WatchTV’ Bundle

AT&T today introduced the first result of its acquisition of Time Warner: two new unlimited data plans that come with a live television bundle. Called “Unlimited &More” and “Unlimited &More Premium,” the plans offer customers unlimited talk, text, and data plus a free subscription to

Google Launches YouTube Music in 17 Countries

After slowly rolling out the service to some users in the US, Google today officially made the new YouTube Music available to everyone. The new streaming platform will take better aim at competing with the likes of Spotify and Apple Music by offering a blend

AT&T Now Officially Owns Time Warner

After a rough 20 month battle with the US Justice Department, AT&T has finally completed its acquisition of media giant Time Warner. The deal, valued at $85 billion, makes the carrier one of the largest media brands in the world with properties such as HBO,

Comcast Offers $65 Million to Snatch Fox from Disney

Back in May, Comcast stated it planned to outbid Disney in an attempt to snatch up assets being sold by Fox. This includes things like film and TV studios, movies like X-Men and Deadpool, and even shows such as The Simpsons and The Americans. While it didn’t have a bid back then,

Comcast to Outbid Disney in Attempt to Snatch Up Fox Assets

Back in December, Disney announced a multi-billion dollar deal it planned to make with Fox that would see the magical company obtained major entertainment assets such as film and TV studios, movies like X-Men and Deadpool, and even shows such as The Simpsons and The Americans. It was assumed the Walt Disney-founded

Jake Gyllenhaal Will Play Mysterio in Next Spider-Man Film

According to a new report out of The Hollywood Reporter, Jake Gyllenhaal, who recently starred in movies such as Life and Stronger, is currently in talks to play the villain role in the upcoming sequel to Spider-Man: Homecoming. In the report, it’s noted Gyllenhaal will