The new biopic Stardust takes a wry look at the star’s first attempt to break America in 1971. Here’s how he went on to define his own style in the decades that followedHe certainly went through some ch-ch-ch-changes.
Sir Sean Connery has died at the age of 90, his family has said.#movies #film #acting
The Scottish actor was best known for his portrayal of James Bond, being the first to bring the role to the big screen and appearing in seven of the spy thrillers.
The newly announced iPhone 12 Pro includes tools "that used to cost us tens of thousands of dollars."More of the movies you watch in the future will be shot on iPhone. I'm hoping that Apple comes up with a new video format to match their ProRaw stills format, and include the ability to set up colour grading in-camera even before starting the shoot. Videographers are already using FiLMiC Pro to shoot LOG footage and LumaFusion to edit and colour-grade with LOG-based LUTs. Given the power of the new A14 chip, I'd like to see a version of Final Cut Pro X (and third-party video editing suites like DaVinci Resolve) available for the iPhone and iPad, and not just for the Pro versions of those devices.
Avengers star Diana Rigg has died at the age of 82. We look back at her career on television, stage and film; from Emma Peel in 1965 to Olenna Tyrell in Game of Thrones 50 years later#photography #tv #film #movies #DianaRigg
With the widespread closures of cinemas as part of measures to stem the spread of Covid-19, drive-in movie theatres around the world, where social distancing is guaranteed, have been enjoying new-found popularity#photography #lockdown #SocialIsolation #SocialDistancing #film #movies
An urgent call is to go out to children’s television broadcasters this weekend, backed by major names in British entertainment, politics and technology. Writer and performer Stephen Fry, best-selling author Cressida Cowell and businesswoman Martha Lane Fox are joined by former children’s television presenter Floella Benjamin as signatories to a letter, carried in today’s Observer, that urges all leading streaming, network and terrestrial children’s channels to make one simple change to boost literacy among the young: turn on the subtitles.#education #ChildDevelopment #literacy #video #movies #film #tv
Loads of people are spending time watching movies and TV shows on streaming services these days, as they’re stuck at home due to the coronavirus pandemic.#entertainment #video #movies #film #tv #lockdown #SocialIsolation
There are many unofficial ways for homebound Netflix users to watch content with family and friends remotely through services like Netflix Party. Now Amazon Prime Video is getting in on the act.
Amazon, working with its Twitch subsidiary, is expanding a new feature called Watch Parties to more creators, so they can stream, watch, and share Prime Video content with others online.
Apple’s dedicated streaming service – Apple TV Plus – is reportedly offering a bunch of original shows and movies for free streaming. YouTube is also doing the same for its YouTube Premium originals.#entertainment #video #movies #film #tv #lockdown #SocialIsolation
What takes you to your happy place at the end of a long working day? A sitcom featuring characters you have a real affinity with? A fun or heartwarming reality show? Or just a breezy cooking series?#entertainment #video #movies #film #tv #lockdown #SocialIsolation
Apple CEO Tim Cook on Monday announced the company will donate $10 million to the "One World: Together at Home" benefit, a COVID-19 fundraiser organized by Global Citizen and the World Health Organization in collaboration with Lady Gaga.#entertainment #video #movies #film #tv #lockdown #SocialIsolation #Apple
Global Citizen and the World Health Organization have teamed up to create a "One World: Together at Home" global special to support the fight against COVID-19.#entertainment #video #movies #film #tv #lockdown #SocialIsolation
The special is set to be broadcast live on Saturday, April 18 at 5:00 p.m. Pacific Time/8:00 p.m. Eastern Time on ABC, NBC, and CBS, plus it will be streamed by Apple, Amazon Prime Video, Alibaba, Facebook, Instagram, LiveXLive, Tencent, Tencent Music Entertainment Group, TIDAL, TuneIn, Twitch, Twitter, Yahoo, and YouTube.
Tales from the Loop is so pretty it breaks your heart. Based on the work of Swedish artist Simon Stålenhag, famous for his scenes of pastoral tranquility draped around uncanny sci-fi sights, Amazon’s newest drama is a collection of eight short stories where everyday rural life is tinged with the supernatural. But unlike, say, Stranger Things, where the otherworldly takes center stage, Tales from the Loop uses it as an excuse to dig deeper into the people who must continue to live mundane lives, even as the extraordinary looms just inches away.I don't go for science fiction these days but I'm sold on this series. If you've got Apple TV+, do check it out even if you're not a sci-fi fan.
It also looks like Villanelle hasn't lost her penchant for dressing up in elaborate costumes...Episode 1 is on Sunday April 12 at 9pm in the US. In the UK, we'll 'make do' with watching Homeland.
Apple and Amazon seem to have made nice, with the Prime Video app on iOS, iPadOS and tvOS now supporting in-app purchases. Apple device users, be it an iPhone, iPad or Apple TV, will now be able to rent or purchase anything from the Prime Video library directly from the app.#entertainment #video #movies #film #tv #Apple #iOS #iPadOS #Amazon #Prime
Apple is planting its own flag in the streaming wars with Apple TV+, its in-house streaming service that features only original programming—no reruns of hit TV shows or last year’s blockbuster movies.Not just the existing shows, but a lot of upcoming new content.
The company is said to be spending several billion dollars a year on original programming. That’s a lot of TV! Apple is attracting some of the best talent in TV and film production, including huge stars and directors, and locking down the television and movie rights to best-selling books.
No one wants to be stuck at home during this current coronavirus outbreak. However, if you are, you might as well make the most of it. There are lots of great streaming services you can sign up for right now. Combined, they offer tons of free movies and TV shows to binge-watch. Most services offer free trials but many of them just have brief seven or 14-day trials to watch them for free. The good news is that during this coronavirus crisis, many streaming services have launched special promotions that offer new subscribers 30-day free trials.#entertainment #video #movies #film #tv #SocialIsolation
Disney Plus has finally made it to the UK. Four full months after its initial US launch, you can now sign up to Disney Plus and start streaming the hours and hours (and hours) of films and TV shows waiting there for you.#entertainment #video #movies #film #tv #Disney #DisneyPlus
As more people are asked to stay home due to the novel coronavirus pandemic, Amazon is making a portion of Prime Video kids and family programming free, including popular shows like Arthur, Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood, and more.#entertainment #video #movies #film #tv #Amazon #Prime #PrimeVideo
Netflix and Hulu have offered profile support for years now, but it’s a feature that Amazon Prime Video has inexplicably lacked for ages. Thankfully, it looks like the function has gone live for some users nowDifferent members if the family can now keep their own preferences on Prime.
Everyone knows this: the need to socialize is a primal part of human nature, so while the world practices social distancing, it is important to fill that void. Luckily, there is a Google Chrome extension that allows you and your friends to watch Netflix together without having to be in the same room.#entertainment #video #movies #film #Netflix #SocialIsolation
Apple appears to have heeded the E.U. request to lower quality of its Apple TV+ service to reduce the strain on the internet.Including the UK? But we're not in the EU...
Coronavirus has most of us stranded at home without much to do. Watching movies is an obvious way to spend your time, but soon enough you will start burning through the latest films available for streaming. This is why movie studios and streaming services are releasing content for streaming ahead of schedule. Those looking for something newer to watch while practicing social distancing have some great options, and we have put together a list of them here.#entertainment #movies #film #SocialIsolation