Superhero Bits: How to Draw Captain America, Marc Maron’s Stand-Up Bit About Marvel Fans & More

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Cool Stuff: New ‘Fast and Furious’ LEGO Technic Set Builds Dom’s Dodge Charger a Quarter-Brick at a Time

LEGO has struck a deal with Universal Pictures and the Fast and Furious franchise to bring new playsets to life inspired by the wild action movies starring Vin Diesel. Right out of the gate, LEGO is knocking it out of the park with a new LEGO Techni

Theater Owners Launch $2.4 Million Fund for Employees

Nearly two weeks ago, the National Association of Theatre Owners, which represents more than 33,000 movie theaters in the United States, announced that they were pledging $1 million to theater employees affected by the coronavirus (COVID-19). The o

VOTD: This ‘Rick and Morty’ Anime Short Should Hold You Over Until Season 4 Comes Back

We’ve only seen five episodes from the fourth season of Rick and Morty. The new episodes aired towards the end of last year, and since then, we’ve gotten no word from Adult Swim on when we’ll see the rest of the season. Considering

Former ‘The Great British Baking Show’ Host Sue Perkins is Steering a New Netflix Travel Show

Former The Great British Baking Show host Sue Perkins is trading baked goods for the Brazilian Amazon. The British TV presenter and comedian is taking the wheel for a Netflix travel documentary show that will take her on a journey through Latin Ame

‘Genius: Aretha’, Starring Cynthia Erivo as the Queen of Soul, Postponed to Later This Year

Two years after Aretha Franklin‘s death, Hollywood is looking to immortalize the Queen of Soul in two separate projects. And after one of them, MGM’s feature film called Respect, was pushed into an awards season-friendly date last week,

Michael Bay to Unleash Bayhem at Sony With Multiyear First-Look Deal

Michael Bay will continue to blow shit up for the foreseeable future thanks to a new multiyear first-look deal with Sony. The deal will allow Bay to produce both film and TV projects. That includes Black Five, an ensemble drama Bay will direct fro

‘Tiger King’ Inspires Sheriff to Seek New Leads in the Case of Carole Baskin’s Missing Husband

There’s a lot going on in Tiger King, Netflix’s buzz-worthy new docuseries. And while the majority of the show focuses on now-incarcerated private zoo owner Joe Exotic and his rivalry with animal rights activist Carole Baskin, there

‘Hobbs and Shaw 2’ Officially in Development, According to Dwayne Johnson

Upon its release last summer, Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw made $759 million worldwide on a reported budget of around $200 million. Those kinds of numbers usually mean that a sequel won’t be too far behind, and now star Dwayne

‘Westworld’ Episode 4 Promo Teases the Return of the Man in Black

So far, Westworld season 3 hasn’t given us any time with William, AKA the Man in Black, played by Ed Harris. But that’s about to change with episode 4, which brings the character back – and shows that he’s in pretty poor shape.

‘When The Streetlights Go On’ Trailer: Murders Rock a Small Town in Quibi’s Coming of Age Movie

We’re just a few days away from the launch of Quibi, the new mobile-only streaming platform. One of the service’s “movies in chapters” that will be available on day one is called When The Streetlights Go On, a murder mystery set in a small

Daily Podcast: Jaws, Dragon’s Lair, Mad Max, & What Happens To The Oscars & Golden Globes This Year?

On the March 30, 2020 Episode of /Film Daily, /Film editor-in-chief Peter Sciretta is joined by /Film senior writer Ben Pearson to discuss the latest film and tv news, including Jaws, Dragon’s Lair, Mad Max, and a bunch of Coronavirus updates. O

The Clock Tower: ‘Supergirl’ Calls Out Some BS While ‘Batwoman’ Engages in Some

(Welcome to The Clock Tower, where we’ll break down the goings on of the The CW network’s Arrowverse. We’ll touch on things like themes, cultural impact, lead-ins to major events, ships, and more every week! Warning: this Clock Tower is filled

Zack Snyder Shares More ‘Batman v Superman’ Details About the Mother Boxes, Jokes About a Sequel

There were a lot of questions on people’s lips after Batman v Superman. Why? How? And least importantly, what was up with those Mother Boxes? Well, director Zack Snyder showed up to answer those questions about the Mother Boxes that you neve

‘Run’ Review: HBO’s New Series is Smart, Sexy, Funny, and Full of Surprises

There’s something magical about onscreen chemistry. It’s not easy to fake, and poor chemistry between two leads who are supposedly drawn to each other can badly sink an otherwise great premise. So when something comes along that appears

Hollywood Studios, Stars Rally to Raise Funds and Help Workers and “Worst Off” in Coronavirus Pandemic

Every industry has been hit hard by the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, as work in every area from Wall Street to small businesses to Hollywood has ground to a halt in nationwide efforts to curb the spread of the virus. But essential workers and m

‘Ozark’ Season 3 Spoiler Review: The Netflix Series Plumbs New Dramatic Depths as It Goes Full ‘Godfather’

“Fighting for your life makes every other thing you ever did before seem extremely dull.” This line is spoken by Wendy Byrde (Laura Linney) in the penultimate episode of Ozark’s third season, which hit Netflix on Friday. It’s a line that cut

Virtual Tribeca Film Festival in the Works

The Tribeca Film Festival was supposed to run April 15 – 26 this year – but obviously, things have changed. The coronavirus caused the fest to postpone those dates, with alternative dates left up in the air. Now, it looks like Tribeca has f

The Bumpy Road to ‘Cars’, Possibly Pixar’s Most Contentious Movie

(Infinity and Beyond is a regular bi-weekly column documenting the 25-year filmography of Pixar Animation Studios, film by film. In today’s column, writer Josh Spiegel highlights Cars.) In the early days of 2006, the Walt Disney Company made a dra

John Krasinski Reunites With ‘The Office’ Boss Steve Carell to Share ‘Some Good News’ in Homemade Online Show

John Krasinski wants some good news amid the seemingly endless barrage of bad news about the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. And nothing brightens people’s days more than a mini The Office reunion. Krasinski is giving the people what they want w

Apple Music's Come Together space puts its upbeat playlists in one place

Building on the AI-generated Get Up! Mix the company unveiled last week, Apple is now adding a new section to Apple Music called Come Together that features a variety of playlists designed to help you get through long days stuck inside. In a

Steam limits game auto-updates to manage peak demand

Console makers aren't the only ones managing game service bandwidth to keep traffic flowing during the COVID-19 outbreak. Valve is scaling back game auto-updates in Steam to "spread out" the load and prevent its servers from

Niantic is doing more to help 'Pokémon Go' gamers play at home

Niantic isn't done making it easier to play its location-based games while you're staying home during the COVID-19 pandemic. The developer has outlined some of its future plans for titles like Pokémon Go, Ingress and Har

Facebook makes it easier to see how much it knows about you

Facebook will let you view and download more of the data it collects about you, the company revealed today. It's expanding the Download Your Information tool on Facebook and the Download Your Data tool on Instagram to include more of th

Apple brings ProRes RAW support to Windows video editors

Thanks to a combination of more affordable cinema cameras and increasingly powerful software, professional video producers are able to net some impressive results. One major part of the equation for achieving high-quality footage is shooting

Riot's competitive hero shooter 'Valorant' enters closed beta next week

If you've been patiently waiting for a chance to play Riot's new competitive first-person shooter, you won't have to wait much longer to see what the League of Legends studio has been working on in secret all these years. The

FCC outlines $200 million COVID-19 telehealth plan

Today, the FCC announced a few additional measures to help the US during the coronavirus pandemic. Chairman Ajit Pai shared plans for a $200 million COVID-19 Telehealth Program, which would equip healthcare providers with the broadband conne

Microsoft's Edge browser will add vertical tabs and tracking prevention

Microsoft finally did the deed and killed Internet Explorer. The company's new browser, Edge, is much more promising, and is even getting some compelling features that differentiate it from the likes of Chrome and Firefox. Today, the co

Online grocery deliveries are facing an unprecedented stress test

In the past few weeks, cities and states across the country have instructed people to stay home in order to slow the spread of the coronavirus. Going out for essentials like food is allowed, but that can be a risky proposition. Not only can

Instacart workers go on strike after rejecting mild concessions

Instacart hasn't had success trying to avert a strike over a lack of COVID-19 protections. The Gig Workers Collective has declared that a shopper strike is "still on" after asserting that Instacart's concessions were ina

Nintendo is reportedly planning to remaster classic Mario games this year

This year marks the 35th anniversary of Super Mario Bros. and Nintendo could be set to mark the legacy of its flagship franchise in a major way. The company is reportedly working on several Mario games for this year, including remastered ver

OnePlus will reveal its new phones on April 14th

OnePlus hasn't been able to keep a lid on its 8 series phones -- numerous details and photos have leaked over the past week. According to the spec sheets, the company has put most of its focus on the Pro model, which will feature wirele

Office 365 is turning into Microsoft 365 as it moves into your life

Microsoft wants you to think about its Office 365 subscription service in a whole new light. So on April 21st, the company is renaming the service to "Microsoft 365," as it adds more AI and cloud-powered tools to make you more prod

Microsoft's Family Safety app combines screen time and location tracking

With the latest 365 rollout, Microsoft has introduce a new mobile app designed to help parents keep track of their kids (and each other) both online and in real life. Microsoft Family Safety can not only watch your kids' screen time, bu

Saudi Arabia may be spying on its citizens via US mobile networks

Data shared by a whistleblower suggests Saudi Arabia may be using a weakness in mobile telecom networks to track its citizens in the US, The Guardian reports. The data shows that over a four-month period, Saudi Arabia's three biggest mo

Jaybird's Run XT true wireless earbuds are on sale for $50 at Best Buy

It's generally still safe to go running outside even in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, and thankfully there are good deals to be had if you need a soundtrack for those excursions. Best Buy has a one-day sale going for Jaybird'

China, Huawei propose internet protocol with a built-in killswitch

China, Huawei and Chinese carriers want to redesign a key aspect of the internet -- and while there may be some upsides, their ideas have raised some alarm bells. The Financial Times understands that the group has proposed a new internet pr

'Modern Warfare 2' remaster reportedly goes on sale tomorrow

If the recent release of Warzone has you itching to play even more Call of Duty, you're in luck. According to VGC, Activision will release a remastered version of the franchise's 2009 entry, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, that wil

The aggravation of game-breaking bugs in esports

It was late one Sunday in September in Krakow, Poland, and Eric "Snip3down" Wrona was heated. He was a handful of points away from making the championship series of the Apex Legends Preseason Invitational and his only shot at progr

Acer's Ryzen 4000 series laptops will be available in weeks

Acer is adding the option to choose Ryzen 4000 series processors to another of its laptops. After announcing the Swift 3 would get AMD chips back at CES, the company has announced that the Aspire 5 will also join the party.

Facebook pledges $100 million to support journalism during coronavirus crisis

Facebook has already taken a number of measures to help the global effort against the spread of the coronavirus, most recently by opening up its Messenger platform to governments, and in announcing plans to invest $100 million in small busin

AI transforms 'The Great British Bakeoff' into a horror show

Artificial intelligence (AI) can do astonishing things when given specific jobs, but it's terrible at understanding context -- something we've seen before in this series. Thanks to a new experiment inspired by The Great British Bak

The Morning After: FDA clears five-minute lab-in-a-box COVID-19 test

It's been a long seven days of lockdown for some of us, and it looks like the situation won't change for a while. The US Food and Drug Administration is rushing to get a handle on testing people for the coronavirus, and former even

Samsung's 4K OLED Chromebook arrives on April 6th for $999

When Samsung's Galaxy Chromebook arrived at CES 2020 with a beautiful body and 13.3-inch 4K OLED display, we were smitten. Now, it's finally set to arrive at Best Buy in the US on April 6th starting at $999 (in Fiesta Red or Mercur

HQ Trivia makes a surprise return

HQ Trivia -- the once-popular mobile game that turned your random knowledge into a few bucks -- abruptly shut down earlier this year after an investment deal fell through. As such, players that still had the app on their phones were probably

[email protected] crowdsourced computing project passes 1 million downloads amid coronavirus research

[email protected] is now installed on more than 1 million devices worldwide to power simulations and medical research into diseases including COVID-19.Read More

GamesBeat Decides 144: Mario turns 35 with multiple 3D remasters

Nintendo is going to celebrate Mario's 35th anniversary this year with remasters of his 3D games, and we are very excited for that.Read More

NZXT Kraken X3 and Z3 CPU coolers have the looks and performance

The NZXT Kraken X3 and Z3 coolers are refreshed with even more features including a small LCD screen on the Z-series AIOs.Read More

Take your AI project from concept to concrete ROI

Download this free eBook and learn how to bring business analysts and data scientists together for AI projects with real business impact.Read More

Element AI’s search tool surfaces curated coronavirus studies

Element AI released a semantic search platform that taps AI to surface vetted research papers about the novel coronavirus COVID-19.Read More

Comcast details what the coronavirus has done to network traffic

Comcast said that internet traffic is rising because of the coronavirus, but the company said it is able to handle the demand.Read More

Researchers find AI is bad at predicting GPA, grit, eviction, job training, layoffs, and material hardship

In a new study in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, researchers conclude that AI is a poor predictor of social outcomes like job loss.Read More

Niantic is updating Pokémon Go and other games as coronavirus keeps us inside

Niantic said it is updating its games like Pokémon Go, Harry Potter: Wizards Unite, and Ingress so that they can record your indoor activity.Read More

Facebook and Plessey pair on consumer AR glasses with microLED screens

A U.K. display maker will be devoting its microLED display unit to Facebook's use in creating next-generation mixed reality wearables.Read More

Big Ear Games brings the sound of music education to children

Helsinki-based Big Ear Games is adapting to the coronavirus with a virtual music education strategy for music fans, lovers, and learners.Read More

Via raises $200 million to optimize ride-sharing routes with AI

Ride-sharing startup Via has raised $200 million at a $2.25 billion valuation, the company announced. It brings its total raised to over $500 million.Read More

Nintendo is making 3D Mario remasters for his 35th anniversary

Nintendo is planning to launch 3D Mario Remasters for games like Super Mario 64, Sunshine, and the Galaxy games. This comes as Mario turns 35.Read More

Valorant closed beta starts on April 7

Riot Games announced today that the closed beta for its upcoming PC shooter Valorant will start on April 7.Read More

Immersal maps Helsinki in city-scale AR using crowdsourcing mobile app

A Finnish company has developed a city-scale AR mapping app for Android and iOS phones that crowdsources 3D point map creation to enable shared experiences.Read More

Google Cloud releases COVID-19 data sets to foster coronavirus-fighting AI models

Google launched the COVID-19 Public Datasets program, which will provide coronavirus data sets to researchers at no charge.Read More

Gamedev.World starts GDC Relief fundraiser for indie game developers on Twitch

Gamedev.World has started its GDC Relief fundraiser for indie game developers on Twitch. The live fundraiser starts today and continues through April 1.Read More

Amazon proposes technique for improving computer vision models without reprocessing

Amazon researchers propose a technique that enables AI image classifiers to self-improve without having to recompute on new images.Read More

Microsoft’s AI-powered Editor can generate rewrite suggestions

Microsoft's AI-powered text editor is getting more powerful with rewrite suggestions and will soon be available for and browser extensions.Read More

Microsoft’s Chromium Edge is getting Vertical Tabs, Smart Copy, and Password Monitor

Microsoft announced new Chromium Edge features for consumers that are coming soon: Vertical Tabs, Smart Copy, and Password Monitor.Read More

Microsoft 365 bundles Office 365 with AI and cloud-powered features

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Microsoft announces Teams for consumers, Skype daily active users up 70% to 40 million

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The AI Show: AI-assisted software development saves time and reduces errors

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Huawei open-sources MindSpore, a framework for AI app development

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Facebook commits $100 million to struggling news outlets during coronavirus crisis

Facebook announced plans to invest $100 million to boost local news media outlets whose advertising revenues have been gutted by the coronavirus crisis.Read More

U.K. fights coronavirus disinformation with rapid response team

The U.K. government has set up a new rapid response unit to counter the spread of false coronavirus information on the internet.Read More

Amazon offers higher pay to lure warehouse employees to Whole Foods grocery unit

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Linden Lab sells off Sansar to ‘streamline its focus’ on Second Life

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HQ Trivia returns with surprise $1,000 show and $100,000 donation

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We knew this was inevitable in the wake of the current coronavirus pandemic, and Sony Pictures has now announced that three of its upcoming tentpole releases have been pushed back. Unlike Marvel's Black Widow, however, we do know when these movie

SPIDER-MAN 3 Reportedly Adds Academy Award-Nominated AVENGERS Cinematographer Seamus McGarvey

Academy Award-nominated cinematographer Seamus McGarvey is reportedly set to return to the Marvel Cinematic Universe to led his considerable talents behind the camera to Sony's Spider-Man franchise. According to Discussing Film, McGarvey has


After a week of uncertainty, The CW has finally revealed when its most popular series, including several DC TV favorites, will resume airing their respective seasons. The Flash and DC's Legends of Tomorrow will both return with new episod

HOBBS & SHAW Sequel Is Indeed In Development, According To Dwayne Johnson

Despite not quite living up to its mothership franchise, Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw was still mostly well-received by audiences, revving its way all the way to a $760.4 million worldwide haul ($173.9M domestic; $585.1M foreign) on an estim

TRANSFORMERS Director Michael Bay Signs Multiyear Film And TV Deal With Sony Pictures

Michael Bay (Transformers, 6 Underground) will soon be bringing his explosive directorial style to Sony Pictures. The divisive filmmaker has signed a multiyear first look deal with the studio to produce both film and TV projects. Deadline's re

Disney's Robert Iger Forgoes Salary; New CEO Bob Chapek & Other Top Execs Taking Pay Cuts Amid Pandemic

The Hollywood Reporter has learned today that a number of top executives at The Walt Disney Company will be taking major pay cuts amid the currently ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Executive chairman and former CEO Robert Iger will forgo his entire

HALLOWEEN And KNIVES OUT Star Jamie Lee Curtis Rumored To Have Been Cast In THE MANDALORIAN Season 2

The Mandalorian has been a bigger hit than anyone could have ever suspected, so it's no great surprise that the Disney+ TV series appears to be attracting some big guest stars for season two. Now, Making Star Wars is reporting that Knives Out sta

BATMAN v SUPERMAN: Zack Snyder Delves Into The Secrets Of DAWN OF JUSTICE's Knightmare Sequence

A little earlier today, we brought you a breakdown of major reveals from Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice director Zack Snyder's live commentary, and more details have now been revealed about the film's Knightmare sequence. That saw the Cap

MORBIUS: Newly Revealed Set Photo Includes A Couple Of Very Cool VENOM Easter Eggs

The first trailer for Morbius included a surprise appearance from Michael Keaton's Adrian Toomes, possibly confirming that the movie is set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe...or that the Spider-Man movies are also set in Sony's Universe of M

V-WARS And OCTOBER FACTION Have Been Canceled At Netflix After One Season

Bad news for fans of Netflix's V-Wars and October Faction, as neither show will return for a second run on the streaming giant. THR reports that Netflix has decided to cancel two of its three IDW adaptations after just one season. The third, L

BLACK ADAM Star Dwayne Johnson Is Unsure The DC Comics Movie Will Start Shooting In July As Planned

Black Adam has already faced countless delays, but over the past year or so, the DC Comics adaptation has finally started taking shape (heck, we've even had a teaser poster). Unfortunately, it appears as if the movie could end up being a victim o

BATMAN v SUPERMAN Director Zack Snyder Reveals Time-Travel Sequence From JUSTICE LEAGUE 2

Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice's "Knightmare" sequence has been confusing fans for the past four years, but director Zack Snyder has now shared some details about how the Flash's trip back in time was meant to create a new timeline Justic

BLACK WIDOW Star David Harbour Continues To Tease Digital Release; Says It Would Be "Fun" To See

Had the world not been in the midst of a pandemic, Black Widow would have arrived in theaters one month from tomorrow. As it stands, the next Marvel Studios movie doesn't have a release date, and fans continue to hope that Disney will decide to

SUICIDE SQUAD Director David Ayer Explains One Of The Movie's Most Sinister Joker Scenes

Jared Leto's Joker was, well, weird, and it's no secret that Oscar-winner Jared Leto's behaviour behind the scenes was every bit as peculiar. With so many of his Clown Prince of Crime's scenes left on the cutting room floor, though, f

BLACK WIDOW: Scarlett Johansson's Lethal Avenger Is Ready For Action On Total Film's New Cover

Total Film Magazine has unveiled their new Black Widow subscriber's cover, and it features Scarlett Johansson as Natasha Romanoff striding with a purpose, batons in hand. This appears to be a zoomed-in version of the first theatrical poster,

THOR Star Chris Hemsworth Is Tyler Rake On The First Poster For Netflix's EXTRACTION

Before Chris Hemsworth returns as the God of Thunder in Taika Waititi's Thor threequel, he'll take on the far less heroic lead role in Netflix's Extraction. Previously known as Dhaka, the story focuses on a black market mercenary nam

BATMAN v SUPERMAN: DAWN OF JUSTICE - 10 Massive New Reveals From Zack Snyder's Live Commentary

As we've already reported, filmmaker Zack Snyder held an impromptu live commentary for Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice on Vero. While a lot of fans might have preferred seeing him delve into Justice League (the Snyder Cut, not whatever it w

DC Comics Will Continue Releasing Titles Digitally As Diamond Stops Distributing Physical Copies

Just like movie theaters, comic book stores are being hit hard by the Coronavirus pandemic, and there's concern that many of them will be unable to re-open by the time life returns to normal. With Diamond Comic Distributors forced to temporarily

FAST & FURIOUS Is Getting The LEGO Treatment With Dom's Dodge Charger From LEGO Technic

We've started seeing more and more franchises teaming up with LEGO, but it's fair to say that we probably didn't expect Fast & Furious to be among them. Of course, an argument could be made that it's something of a natural fit, especi

AMERICAN HORROR STORY: Ranking All 9 Seasons And Looking Ahead To What Comes Next

American Horror Story is an anthology horror television series created by Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk. Over the course of nine seasons, the series has generated a lot of discussion and delivered incredible performances from actors like Evan Peter

Linked: Social Distance Logos

Visit Link Making the rounds are images of corporate logos (grouped on the righ

Noted: New Logo and Identity for Cruise by Moving Brands and In-house

“Cruise Control” (Est. 2013) "We're Cruise, a self-driving car service designed for the cities we love.

Reviewed: New Logo and Packaging for Oio Lab by Hugmun

“To the Victor Belong the Oils” Established in 2019, Oio Lab is a brand of skincare products pro

Airbnb to pay hosts $250 million to cover coronavirus cancellations - CNET

The company has also created a $10 million relief fund for its "superhosts."

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