Amazon Prime Now Lets You Binge-Watch Offline

We've all been there: trying to catch up on this week's episode of your favorite show, but a spotty Wi-Fi signal leaves you staring, hopelessly, at the dreaded "buffering" symbol on your laptop screen. (#firstworldproblems) Finally, Amazon Prime is the first streaming service to answer humanity's call for offline movie and t.v. show playback, reports Popular Mechanics. The Internet-retail giant announced today that it would grant it's Prime Video subscribers the option to download content onto their iOS and Android devices via the Amazon app for offline watching at a later date. This move comes after rival streaming service see more

Daniel Craig Is Going to Wear Tom Ford in the Latest Bond Film, Spectre

If Daniel Craig looks a lot sharper than you'd expect a government spy to be in the upcoming James Bond film Spectre, it's because he's wearing Tom Ford. The brand announced today that it made some of the clothes Craig wears in the film, which will premiere in American theaters on November 6. Ford worked with Spectre's costume designer, Jany Temime, to create Bond's suits, eveningwear, shirts, knitwear, ties, and even some exclusive eyewear. (Whether the sunglasses he wears in the film will be sold, like the limited-edition watch Omega created for Bond, remains to be seen.) Spectre, like other see more
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Apple Launches Plan for Original Programming, World Domination

Apple's plans for global domination have entered their next stages. Word on the street is that the tech behemoth isn't satisfied with the basic subscription TV service it has had in the works for years. It also wants to get into original programming, according to an exclusive report in Variety. It is not yet known whether the "entertainment content" Apple has pitched to Internet Software VP Eddy Cue will focus on television series or movies. The short-term goal is apparently "to create development and production divisions that would churn out long-form content to stream in a bid to compete see more

This Awesome Fan-Made Star Wars Trailer Makes Us Want a Boba Fett Movie

Thought fan art was limited to pasta craft and pseudo-sexual fantasies submitted to LiveJournal? Think again. One Boba Fett fan, director Eric Demeusy, has elevated the art to soaring new heights with this trailer for a Star Wars spin-off film starring everyone's favorite Mandalorian bounty hunter. Combining original footage and elements of Return of the Jedi, it is fantastic in all senses of the word. Demeusy is calling his masterpiece Star Wars: The New Republic Anthology. While it is technically a trailer, Film School Rejects points out that it feels more like Demeusy's audition tape to take over the see more

Christina Applegate Playing Meryl Streep Is the Funniest Thing You'll See Today

Meryl: The Lifetime Biopic with Christina Applegate from Funny Or Die Maybe you've heard of Meryl Streep (or Meryl Fucking Streep, as she's known in some corners of the world)? Of course you have. That's because Meryl Streep is a goddamned angel sent from heaven to simultaneously entertain us and reveal to us the most complex truths of human nature with the merest flick of a wrist. Meryl Streep is a vision of utter perfection and can do no wrong unless she wants to do wrong, and then she does wrong perfectly. But I digress. As we've established, Ms. Meryl see more
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The Undead Rise in Fear the Walking Dead's Second Episode

Here's an interesting question: if the zombie apocalypse started tomorrow, how do you think you'd hear about it? Fear the Walking Dead suggests, wisely, that the news would go viral: at the beginning of tonight's episode it's a video of a corpse getting up and biting the paramedic who declared him dead that makes the rounds of social media, as teens sit glued to their smartphones, gawking in confusion. Of course this is hardly the first time we've seen the rise of the undead from the beginning, and we know, broadly speaking, what to expect: early skepticism, dawning suspicion, too-late see more
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Saying Goodbye to Hannibal, the Most Hauntingly Beautiful Show on TV

If I had to describe NBC's Hannibal in a word, it would be "sumptuous". Or lavish, extravagant, resplendent: the point is that it's been appointed with impeccable style and taste. It's shot as if it were a glossy magazine spread. Its wardrobe looks hand-plucked from Pitti runways. Its rooms are furnished as if for a Shah. Even the food on its tables looks world-class—the budget for culinary props no doubt reaching up into the thousands every episode. And now that, in its third season, the discerning Dr. Lecter has absconded to the old-world splendor of Florence, Hannibal has managed to see more
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Fear the Walking Dead's Kim Dickens on Acting, Horror, and the Deadwood Movie

Kim Dickens is a national treasure. A gem in movies as wide-ranging as Hollow Man and Gone Girl, she's long been a mainstay of prestige TV, wowing on the periphery of some of the most acclaimed shows of the last decade-plus. This week she returns to cable as the star of Fear the Walking Dead, the anticipated spin-off of AMC's ratings juggernaut, and she's already proven the show's defining appeal. see more
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New Star Wars: The Force Awakens Footage Shows John Boyega Wielding a Lightsaber

There has been an awakening... #StarWars #TheForceAwakens A video posted by Star Wars (@starwars) on Aug 27, 2015 at 10:00am PDT Well, the force is definitely with this guy. On Thursday, the official Star Wars Instagram account took advantage of the platform's new post sizing format to release a 15 second trailer that shows actor a rogue Stormtrooper named Finn (he's played by actor John Boyega) wielding a Lightsaber in Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Of course to even get a Lightsaber on, its user must have command of the Force. Most saber carriers either belong to the Jedi see more
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This Wolf of Wall Street Beanie Babies Mashup Is the Ultimate White-Collar Crime Drama

If there's one shady impresario story more disturbing than Jordan Belfort's pump-and-dump manipulation of stock markets for his own eye-watering financial benefit, it's a guy doing basically the same thing except with stuffed animals. Put these two stories together and you have the ultimate entrepreneurial horror story. Envisioned by sketch-comedy troupe Friends of the People, The Bear of Beanie Street is the not-entirely-untrue story of Beanie Babies tycoon Ty Warner, the guy who ethically manipulated millions of people into thinking that selling collectible plushies on eBay would pay for their kids college tuition. This Wolf of Wall Street mashup see more
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