thefilmstage:
Christopher Nolan has curated a new film series at…
May25

thefilmstage: Christopher Nolan has curated a new film series at…

thefilmstage: Christopher Nolan has curated a new film series at BFI on the influences of Dunkirk. See the...

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Animated ‘Jetsons’ Movie Lifting off With ‘Sausage Party’…
May25

Animated ‘Jetsons’ Movie Lifting off With ‘Sausage Party’…

Animated ‘Jetsons’ Movie Lifting off With ‘Sausage Party’ Director Warner Bros. has hired “Sausage Party� co-director Conrad Vernon to develop its animated feature “The Jetsons� with an eye to direct. Vernon’s credits include co-directing “Shrek 2,� “Monsters...

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TJ Miller to Exit ‘Silicon Valley’ Ahead of Season 5

TJ Miller…
May25

TJ Miller to Exit ‘Silicon Valley’ Ahead of Season 5 TJ Miller…

TJ Miller to Exit ‘Silicon Valley’ Ahead of Season 5 TJ Miller will not be returning for the fifth season of “Silicon Valley� on HBO. Miller has been on the show since Season...

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NBC Pushes ‘Bye Bye Birdie’ Live Musical to 2018

NBC has…
May25

NBC Pushes ‘Bye Bye Birdie’ Live Musical to 2018 NBC has…

NBC Pushes ‘Bye Bye Birdie’ Live Musical to 2018 NBC has delayed its plan produce “Bye Bye Birdie� toplined by Jennifer Lopez as live musical until next year. The tuner had been set to air as NBC’s holiday musical event this...

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HBO Renews ‘Silicon Valley’ and ‘Veep’

Two of HBO’s hit…
May25

HBO Renews ‘Silicon Valley’ and ‘Veep’ Two of HBO’s hit…

HBO Renews ‘Silicon Valley’ and ‘Veep’ Two of HBO’s hit comedies are sticking around for another season. The network announced today that it’s handed out renewals to Silicon Valley and Veep, which will keep the series on the air for a fifth and seventh season,...

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the-future-now:
Be careful — hackers are hiding viruses in…
May25

the-future-now: Be careful — hackers are hiding viruses in…

the-future-now: Be careful — hackers are hiding viruses in online movie subtitles Security research firm Check Point revealed a new exploit on Tuesday that affects several media players. The vulnerability allows a hacker to infect your device and gain full control through through subtitles. The exploit, which puts 200 million users at risk, impacts video players and streamers like Popcorn Time, Kodi, Stremio and VLC. Here’s how it works: malformed subtitle files allow hackers to embed code into the subtitle files in popular pirated movies and TV shows. Subtitles are a non-suspecting source for hacks. When a user utilizes them, the malware is dumped on their desktop and the attacker is notified. Once they have control over a device — PC, smart TV or smartphone — the hacker can do whatever they want, from stealing information to installing ransomware. Read more (5/25/17) follow...

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