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Google Play is Now Upgrading Your Movies to 4K for Free

Following in the footsteps of Apple, Google has announced it’s beginning to upgrade users’ movies within Play Movies to 4K resolution for free. This goes for all qualifying SD and HD titles you have in your library, unlike Apple who will only upgrade HD movies

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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

Watch the First Teaser Trailer for Sony’s Venom Spinoff

Sony made the announcement not long ago that it would once again begin developing and producing a spinoff film to the Spider-Man movie franchise. Simply called Venom, the film centers around Tom Hardy as the titular character (a.k.a. Eddie Brock) who happens to be one

Nintendo and Illumination Are Making a Mario Movie

Following the announcement of a new Mario Kart game for mobile devices, Nintendo has confirmed it’s working on a new Mario movie with the studio behind the Minions, Illumination. No details were given regarding what the film will be about or when it may be

Watch the First Avengers: Infinity War Trailer Here

Yo Marvel fans, today’s a good day. The very first trailer for the highly anticipated film Avengers: Infinity War has arrived, and it packs everything you wanna see in such a trailer. In the clip, you get glimpses of the Avengers, Spider-Man in his new

Movies Anywhere Brings All of Your Movies into One Library

Disney’s Movies Anywhere service aimed to create one digital library where all of your digital movies you’ve bought from various sources would live. It was successful as it was¬†for the most part, but as of today, it’s evolving into something possibly even greater: Movies Anywhere.

It: Chapter 2 Will Be Released September 6, 2019

The sequel to Stephen King’s It will hit theaters September 6, 2019. According to The Hollywood Reporter, It: Chapter 2 will be released in a little less than two years as originally announced by New Line Cinema and Warner Bros. Gary Dauberman, an original screenwriter