‘Frozen’ Is The Highest-Grossing Animated Movie Of All Time

‘Frozen’ Is The Highest-Grossing Animated Movie Of All Time

Frozen, the popular animated movie by Disney, has become the highest-grossing animated movie of all time. This movie was released is US at the end of last year and has cleared the $1 billion revenue mark.

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Christian Bale Being Tapped To Play Steve Jobs In Upcoming Movie

Christian Bale Being Tapped To Play Steve Jobs In Upcoming Movie

Ashton Kutcher’s role as Steve Jobs has been rather underwhelming, to say the least. Reports have it that Christian Bale is now being tapped to play Jobs in yet another upcoming movie about Apple’s co-founder.

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Digital Sales Of Movies Bumped Up By 47% In 2013

Digital Sales Of Movies Bumped Up By 47% In 2013

Hollywood has long been trying to get the viewers to buy movies online. While that didn’t happen for a long time, the industry has finally found a way to force consumers into buying online movies. And this new tactic is a roaring success.

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Netflix Will Retire A Number Of TV Shows And Movies On Jan. 1

Netflix Will Retire A Number Of TV Shows And Movies On Jan. 1

As we move towards the brink of a new year, tech companies are gearing up with new plans for 2014. Netflix, among them, has scheduled a mass purge of old TV shows and movies on Jan. 1, apparently in a bid to make space for new content.

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Hobbit: The Desolation Of Smaug Reignites Debate Over Using HFR In Cinema

Hobbit: The Desolation Of Smaug Reignites Debate Over Using HFR In Cinema

When Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey arrived with a high frame rate (HFR), it gave birth to critics and avid fans. Although Peter Jackson has toned down the tech in part 2 of the saga, it has still reignited the debate about whether HFR is good or bad for cinema.

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The Other Side Of ‘Gravity’: Aningaaq Is A 7-Minute Spinoff Of The Movie

The Other Side Of ‘Gravity’: Aningaaq Is A 7-Minute Spinoff Of The Movie

‘Gravity’ has received raving reviews so far and the movie has gone forth to do huge business at the box office. Now, it has transpired that Warner Bros. have also readied a brief spinoff of the movie. Titled ‘Aningaaq’, the seven-minute film shows a fisherman in Greenland who receives Sandra Bullock’s distress call and can barely understand it.

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Netflix Aims To Offer ‘Big’ Movies The Same Day They Go Up In Theaters

Netflix Aims To Offer ‘Big’ Movies The Same Day They Go Up In Theaters

Hollywood studios follow a set fashion when it comes to releasing their content. Movies usually go up in theaters around the country, then they are offered on DVD and after a significant time, they make it to ‘on demand’ TV services. Netflix aims to change this by offering movies the same day they are released in theaters.

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Report Claims MegaUpload Take-Down Surges Movie Sales

Report Claims MegaUpload Take-Down Surges Movie Sales

For long, the argument cited against piracy has been that it essentially takes away the ‘rightful’ dollars of the content industry. Carnegie Mellon’s Initiative for Digital Entertainment Analytics has now shown that the take-down of MegaUpload last year has resulted in a significant surge in movie sales and rentals. We, naturally, have our contentions with those conclusions.

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Big Data From Social Media May Directly Affect Movies In The Coming Days

Big Data From Social Media May Directly Affect Movies In The Coming Days

vThe success or failure of a movie is nearly always unknown until it hits the big screen. The response from initial screenings is sufficient to predict how well the movie is going to do on the box office. It now seems that the big data from social media is going to be increasingly significant in making such predictions.

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Best Windows Applications To Remove Duplicate Files

Best Windows Applications To Remove Duplicate Files

The best way to deal with duplicate files is to identify them and remove them. To make you this job easier we will suggestion you some of best applications for Windows, Mac or Linux which will easily remove any type of duplicate file you may have in your system, whether it’s a file music, document, photograph etc…

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Amazon Seals A Deal With Epix, Gets Instant Access To Blockbusters

Amazon Seals A Deal With Epix, Gets Instant Access To Blockbusters

Epix is a movie service which provides the latest content from a number of America’s major studios. These include names like Paramount Pictures and Lionsgate. The company formerly had an agreement with Neflix to stream exclusive content for it. Now, Amazon seems to have bagged the prize.

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[Tutorial] How To Easily Rename Your Movies Or TV-Shows

[Tutorial] How To Easily Rename Your Movies Or TV-Shows

You download or record series or movies on your hard drive to play them anywhere on your computer or on your TV. To easily navigate through all your files, you need to organize them properly. With the free tool called theRenamer, you can easily rename your video files with a clear name and same title of the episode in the case of a series. theRenamer works with many online services such as IMDB.com, TV.com, theTVDB.com, EPGUIDES.com, Wikipedia and Google to get all information about your files.

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When Fiction Meets Reality – A Timeline [Infographic]

When Fiction Meets Reality – A Timeline [Infographic]

Nearly every major innovation, discovery and invention in the history of mankind has been a result of an idea, or a dream to be more precise. The urge to realize that dream did indeed lead to its realization. Same is the case with modern-day technology. Movies have long depicting the future towards which we seem to be moving. Here’s an infographic about how what we have accomplished through technology today has been shown in the movies in the past.

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Nikon COOLPIX L810 16.1 MP Digital Camera

Nikon COOLPIX L810 16.1 MP Digital Camera

Introducing with the Nikon’s COOLPIX L810 16.1 MP Digital Camera. This camera features with 16.1 Megapixel CCD sensor with 26x zoom captures high-resolution images, shot after shot for a broad variety of views 22.5mm wide-angle landscapes to 585mm telephoto shots. You are also allowed to capture your moment by recording HD (720p) movies with stereo sound at the touch of a button. Plus, L810 uses AA batteries, so you’re never waiting for a recharge.

By On March 28, 2012 Respond
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[Tutorial] How To Watch Netflix Videos From PlayStation 3

[Tutorial] How To Watch Netflix Videos From PlayStation 3

If you are living in US or Canada and you have a PlayStation 3 this tutorial is for you. I will explain how you can in few easy steps install Netflix app on your PS3 console and enjoy watching content from Netflix. Of course you will need to have high speed internet connection in order to make all this work.

By On March 25, 2012 Respond
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