Halloween Horror Film ‘Dark Harvest’ Release Date Set for Fall 2021

Hey, let’s move beyond this obliterated movie year and onto 2021, shall we? Here’s something to look forward to: Dark Harvest, a Halloween-themed horror flick from David Slade. Based on the novel by Norman Partridge, the story concern

‘Doogie Howser’ Reboot Coming to Disney+ With Multiracial Female Lead

Yet again, Hollywood has picked through the metaphorical brain folds of modern audiences, spotted something that was popular decades go but still retains some name recognition, and decided to resurrect it with a modern spin. The culprit this time: D

‘Natalie Wood: What Remains Behind’ Trailer: An Intimate Portrait of the Late Actress

In 1981, Natalie Wood died at the age of 43. While her drowning death was initially ruled accidental, mystery still surrounds the event, and there are plenty of theories that foul play was involved. As a result, Wood’s death has overshadowed h

‘Tinseltown’ 1920s Murder Mystery TV Series in the Works from ‘Desperate Housewives’ Writer Kevin Murphy

It seems like there’s no better time to escape to the past than now, and television is delivering by taking us back to the time of murder mysteries and Hollywood glamour with Tinseltown. A TV series based on William J Mann’s 2014 bestse

‘Never Rarely Sometimes Always’ Giveaway: Win a Free Digital Rental of Eliza Hittman’s Excellent New Drama

Writer/director Eliza Hittman‘s new film, Never Rarely Sometimes Always, won a special jury prize for neorealism at this year’s Sundance Film Festival and went on to win the Silver Bear at the Berlin Film Festival. But the coronavirus i

‘The Trip to Greece’ Trailer: Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon’s Final ‘Trip’ is Full of More Good Food and Great Impressions

Gentlemen to bed! For the hilarious semi-fictionalized food tour led by Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon is coming to an end. Coogan and Brydon reprise their roles as fictionalized versions of themselves for the last time in The Trip to Greece, the four

More People Watched ‘Tiger King’ Than ‘Stranger Things 2’

Tiger King continues its strange reign. In the last month, the series has become the go-to watch for all of us poor chumps stuck inside. It’s the ultimate in quarantine viewing – a weird, shocking docuseries about truly terrible people, and

Louisiana Police Apologize for Using ‘The Purge’ Siren to Signal the Start of Coronavirus Curfew

In The Purge, a blaring siren signals the start of violence and mayhem as all crimes — including murder — become legal for 12 hours. It’s only the dystopian premise of a fictional horror series, thank goodness, but every once in a while,

‘My Spy’ Going Straight to Amazon After Playing Chicken With the Coronavirus

While every other movie originally due out in the next two months has pushed or delayed its release date, there was title holding fast: My Spy. Even with all movie theaters across the globe shut down for the time being, the Dave Bautista comedy wa

Water Cooler: Onward, The Platform, Happy Death Day, Better Call Saul, Sanjuro, Drunken Angel, The Mask of Zorro, The Count of Monte Cristo

On the April 8, 2020 Episode of /Film Daily, Film editor-in-chief Peter Sciretta is joined by /Film managing editor Jacob Hall, senior writer Ben Pearson and writers Hoai-Tran Bui and Chris Evangelista to discuss what they’ve been up to at the Wat

David F. Sandberg Shows You How He Made ‘Shadowed’, His Horror Short Filmed While Under Quarantine

Last week, Shazam director David F. Sandberg went back to his roots and released a new horror short, Shadowed. When I wrote up the story, I mentioned that not only am I a fan of Sandberg’s short horror films, I’m also a fan of when he u

Quibi’s ‘Memory Hole’ Accused of Plagiarism by VHS Arts Collective

The new Quibi reality series Memory Hole has been accused of plagiarism by the VHS art collective Everything is Terrible! The art collective, which launched its own VHS clip variety show also titled Memory Hole in 2014, accused Quibi’s Mem

‘The Others’ Remake is Happening for Some Reason

Hey, you know which movie doesn’t need a remake? The Others, the spooky, atmospheric ghost story starring Nicole Kidman. So, of course, we’re getting a remake. The Others remake is now in the works, after Sentient Entertainment won th

‘Godzilla vs. Kong’ Merchandise Suggests a New Monster Will Join the Fray

Warner Bros. and Legendary’s MonsterVerse is setting up a clash of the titans later this year with Godzilla vs. Kong, the first major on-screen battle between the King of the Monsters and the King of the Jungle since the two essentially fought

Rocket Raccoon’s Past Will Be a “Big Part” of ‘Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3,’ James Gunn Teases

When James Gunn introduced his lovable band of misfits to the world in 2014’s Guardians of the Galaxy, each character proved rich and interesting enough to warrant a whole origin movie. But while the past two movies have mostly focused on Sta

‘Homecoming’ Season 2 Trailer: Janelle Monáe Loses Her Memory

Homecoming is one of the best shows of the streaming era, although it really feels like people slept on it. Now the show is back for a second season, and it has an all-new lead: Janelle Monáe. While original star Julia Roberts has departed, the s

‘Chemo Brain’ is Deeply Human and Surprisingly Hopeful Look at Life With Cancer [SXSW]

(The SXSW Film Festival may have been cancelled, but our coverage will go on with reviews of films and TV shows made available to our critics.) All of us think we’re invincible right up until the moment life smacks us in the face and reminds us ju

Ridley Scott’s ‘Gucci’ Crime Drama Starring Lady Gaga Picked up By MGM

MGM was the first studio to announce a major theatrical release delay due to coronavirus (COVID-19) concerns and, even as the entire industry grinds to a halt amid the ongoing pandemic, continues to be one of the few Hollywood studios still making m

From ‘Patton’ to ‘1917’: The 20 Best War Movies of the Last Half-Century

War is hell but it sometimes provides the backdrop for great movies. The recent Blu-ray release of 1917, followed by the 50th anniversary, this week, of the Oscar-winning Patton, starring George C. Scott, is as good an excuse as any for cinephil

‘Space Force’ Premieres on Netflix in May, See the First Images From the New Steve Carell Comedy Series

Get ready to head to space…from the safety of your own home. Netflix’s Space Force, a new series co-created by The Office alumnus Steve Carell and Greg Daniels, takes one of the 10 bajillion stupid ideas from a certain someone who shal

Maingear is building ventilators using gaming PC cases

Numerous tech and automotive companies have stepped up to make ventilators during the COVID-19 pandemic, and that now includes gaming PC builders. Maingear has developed a ventilator, the LIV, that uses an old version of its F131 PC case as

Hangouts Meet has been renamed to Google Meet

If it wasn’t already clear that Google is less than fond of the Hangouts name, it is now. As noticed by Android Police, the internet giant has rebadged Hangouts Meet as Google Meet. The old branding is still present for mobile apps. Howeve

Facebook will provide free Portal devices to UK hospitals and care homes

Facebook’s support for the fight against COVID-19 now includes a simple but important addition: keeping people in touch. It’s partnering with the UK’s National Health Service to offer up to 2,050 free Portal video calling devices to th

Disney+ racks up 50 million subscribers in five months

Disney+ hasn’t had much trouble attracting customers now that its honeymoon phase is over. Disney has revealed that its streaming service now has over 50 million subscribers in the five months since launch. International expansion played a

Here's what Twitter's weird 'data-sharing' notification really means

Twitter is rolling back a privacy setting that allowed users to control whether or not some of their data was shared with the company’s advertisers. The company began notifying users of the change Tuesday, saying that the update will help

Radiohead is uploading concert films to YouTube for isolated fans

Radiohead has made a career for themselves writing songs about personal and social alienation. And so it should come as no surprise that the band is now trying to help its fans get through recent tough times by posting weekly concert videos

Rocket Lab proves it can recover a rocket in mid-air

Last year, Rocket Lab announced that it would attempt to reuse the first stage of its Electron rocket. The company’s goal is to catch the stage as it falls back towards the ocean by plucking it out of mid-air with a helicopter. While that

ESPN will broadcast and stream 'League of Legends' spring playoffs

ESPN’s 12-hour esports marathon was just the start of its return to live competitive gaming. The broadcaster and Riot Games have reached a deal that will stream the League of Legends Championship Series Spring Split Playoffs live on ESPN2

Amazon extends return window amid coronavirus pandemic

Amazon is temporarily extending its return policy window to help its customers during the coronavirus crisis. If you live in the US or Canada, you now have until May 31st to return any products you buy between now and April 30th through Am

France is developing an app to track the spread of COVID-19

France is joining those countries betting that technology will help track and contain COVID-19. It’s developing a StopCovid contact tracing mobile app that will use Bluetooth to detect transmission chains for the coronavirus and help limit

Exploring the slow-burning surrealism of 'The Gateway Trilogy'

There’s something uniquely fascinating about a pitch-black room. Being blanketed in darkness is simultaneously terrifying and thrilling -- a duality that’s been expertly exploited by Spirit Halloween stores and the haunted house industry

The COVID-19 shutdown is making weather prediction more difficult

The coronavirus pandemic is blinding us to the future. While medical professionals around the globe fight to snatch as many lives as possible from the jaws of COVID-19, the pandemic continues to impact increasingly broad swaths of modern lif

Ableton Live is currently even cheaper than it was on Cyber Monday

If you want to make music on a computer, you’ll need a digital audio workstation, or DAW. This type of software typically provides a suite of virtual instruments and effects, as well as a recording and editing environment. One of the more

Stadia Pro is free for two months starting today

It took a while, but Google is finally making it easier for people to check out Stadia. Starting today, people in 14 countries around the world will be able to sign up for two free months of Stadia Pro. The full list is as follows: the US, U

Netflix’s ‘Space Force’ spoof starring Steve Carell arrives on May 29th

Despite the global coronavirus pandemic, the newly formed US Space Force is pushing ahead -- it launched its first satellite last month. Fortunately, Netflix’s spoof, dubbed Space Force, isn’t far behind. Today, Netflix announced that th

HBO Go and Now won't work on older Apple TV models after April

Plenty of people are stuck at home without much to do. In other words, it’s the perfect time to catch up on TV shows and movies. HBO might be throwing a wrench into some people’s binging plans, though, as the company is pulling its HBO G

Netflix and Instagram team up for a series of live COVID-19 chats

Tomorrow, Netflix and Instagram are launching a weekly series in which stars from Netflix’s popular young adult content will discuss self-care during the pandemic. Wanna Talk About It? will air every Thursday at 7PM ET on the @Netflix Inst

Snapchat is facing outages in the US and Europe

Much to the woe of teens across the US and Europe, Snapchat is currently down in parts of the world. According to DownDetector, there was a surge in people reporting issues using the app at around 10:30AM, following widespread problems in th

Of course Huawei will have its own credit card

Chinese phone manufacturers have a long history of taking Apple's best ideas and making them their own. After all, who could forget when Xiaomi released a not-so-subtle riff on Memoji. So it shouldn't come as any surprise to see a

Instacart hopes to expedite deliveries with 'first available shopper' option

Instacart has realized that its scheduled grocery deliveries are ill-suited to a pandemic era when demand is surging and you’re frequently thankful if you can get a delivery at all, let alone in a timely fashion. The service has introduced

The best games for Nintendo Switch

Nintendo's Switch is on a roll. The youngest of the games consoles is punching above its weight with a mix of core Nintendo games that have pushed iconic characters like Mario and Link into the modern gaming age. The Switch is also a po

Boeing finds two more 737 Max software flaws

Boeing has identified two more software flaws in its 737 Max aircraft, Reuters reports. The planemaker is working to fix one issue that involves “hypothetical faults” in the flight control computer microprocessor. That could potentially

Racing to make coronavirus tests

Disclaimer: The author of this article is married to an employee of one of the companies featured in this article. For the sake of impartiality, the company in question will not be named.When explaining how countries could control the spread

Samsung finally offers Android 10 to US Galaxy Fold owners

Folks that were among the first to jump on the foldable tech bandwagon with the Galaxy Fold have been waiting a long time for Android 10. Support for the $2,000 device seemed to be put on the backburner while Samsung focused on other budget

MIT project turns spray paint into a functional user interface

Scientists from MIT have developed a way to create interactive surfaces using airbrushed inks -- or in other words, graffiti that actually does stuff. The SprayableTech system lets users create room-sized interactive graphics with sensors an

After coronavirus, AI could be central to our new normal

When we came out of the financial crisis of 2008, cloud computing kicked into high gear. The current crisis could do the same for AI.Read More

Google quietly expands Duplex to the U.K., Australia, and Canada

Google Duplex, Google's AI voice reservation system, has seemingly expanded beyond the U.S. to the U.K., Australia, and Canada .Read More

Researchers open-source state-of-the-art object tracking AI

Researchers at Microsoft and Huazhong University open-sourced an AI model -- FairMOT -- that can track multiple objects with state-of-the-art performance.Read More

Early 5G drones face slow upload speeds and frequent 4G handovers

If you hoped 5G drones would deliver packages or share ultra high-resolution videos from the sky any time soon, network limitations may delay those plans.Read More

Blizzard explains the challenge of creating Hearthstone’s first new class

GamesBeat talked with Hearthstone game director Ben Lee about the challenges of adding a new class to the game, and why the team went with the demon hunter.Read More

Streets of Rage 4 includes retro music and character art

Streets of Rage 4 is getting some retro character art and music to give fans a jolt of nostalgia when the game launches later for PC and consoles this year.Read More

Google releases API to train smaller, faster AI models

Google's new Quantization Aware Training API supports the development of smaller, faster models that don't compromise on accuracy.Read More

Google debuts 2-month Stadia Pro free trial

Google announced that its Stadia Pro cloud gaming service will be available for free in 14 countries for the next two months.Read More

Google Cloud launches coronavirus response program with Contact Center AI

Google Cloud's Rapid Response Virtual Agent program will enable access to free resources until July and COVID-19 related templates.Read More

Researchers fool deepfake detectors into classifying fake images as real

Researchers demonstrate in a paper ways to fool fake media detectors by modifying only a small portion of images' pixels.Read More

Facial recognition is no match for face masks, but things are changing fast

Facial recognition for smartphones like Google's Pixel 4 can be rendered useless by face masks, but companies are working on ways to recognize masked faces.Read More

Box bolsters cloud security with automated malware detection

Box is adding automated malware detection smarts to Box Shield, the company's machine learning-based content security platform.Read More

N3twork announces $50 million fund to grow mobile games

N3twork, the maker of the popular Legendary game, has launched a $50 million fund to help third-party games grow their businesses with user acquisition.Read More

GamesBeat Summit Digital speakers: Neil Young, Bing Gordon, and Kate Edwards

Our GamesBeat Summit Digital speakers include Neil Young of N3twork; Bing Gordon of Kleiner Perkins; and Kate Edwards of Global Game Jam.Read More

Vela Games raises $3.1 million for player-first co-op games

Vela Games, a new game studio founded by former Riot Games and Electronic Arts veterans, has raised $3.1 million to make player-first co-op games.Read More

Samsung’s $500 Galaxy A51 5G targets budget-conscious users

Samsung's dropping the entry price for 5G to only $500 with the release of a new Galaxy A series phone -- and has an even better model for $100 more.Read More

As E3’s online event dies, others step in with digital events for gaming

Gaming's biggest physical events have been evaporating because of the pandemic, and now the game industry is scrambling for solutions to fill that breach.Read More

Celebrities and politicians are rapidly spreading coronavirus misinformation

A new report found that famous people with large social media followings are playing a big role in the dissemination of coronavirus misinformation.Read More

Tonkean raises $24 million to automate enterprise workflows

Tonkean, a startup that's developing a platform to automate enterprise workflows, has raised $24 million in venture capital.Read More

Uber Eats for businesses launches globally amid remote working surge

Uber is officially launching Uber Eats food delivery for businesses globally today, 17 months after debuting a pilot program in the U.S.Read More

Online meal delivery market suffers due to coronavirus crisis

The lockdown of millions of people due to the coronavirus should have spelled success for the online meal delivery market, but it hasn't.Read More

Oppo claims world’s first phones with 5G VoNR video and voice calling

China's Oppo plans to be the first mobile phone brand to support Voice over New Radio (VoNR), an enhanced standard for 5G video and voice calls.Read More

U.S. government memo: Zoom is taking security concerns seriously

Video conferencing company Zoom has been responsive to concerns over its software, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) said in a memo recently.Read More

GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY Director James Gunn Reveals A Deleted Scene Featuring Star-Lord's Walkman

During a live watch-along with fans on Twitter last night, Guardians of the Galaxy director James Gunn revealed a ton of awesome details about the 2014 movie. One standout sequence featured the unlikely team of heroes locked inside the Kyln priso

PARKS AND RECREATION Writer Alan Yang Has Met With Marvel Studios About Directing A Movie

Marvel Studios has made stars out of many up and coming filmmakers, including the Russo Brothers, James Gunn, and Taika Waititi. Could Alan Yang be next on their list?  Yang got his start working as a writer and producer on NBC's Parks and

Marvel's Greatest Villains Go On The Attack In Unused SECRET WARS Cover Artwork

Secret Wars is still considered one of the greatest comic book crossover events of all-time, and even Avengers: Endgame directors Joe and Anthony Russo have expressed a desire to bring the iconic tale to the big screen. Pitting the Marvel Universe

10 Alternate Realities We Need To See Explored In DOCTOR STRANGE IN THE MULTIVERSE OF MADNESS

We're going to be waiting that little bit longer for Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness thanks to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, but something tells us that it will ultimately be worth it!  The Marvel Studios movie promises to be a

JUSTICE LEAGUE "Snyder Cut" Concept Art Reveals Yet Another Take On The Villainous Steppenwolf

To say that Steppenwolf was an underwhelming villain would be quite the understatement. Justice League had other problems, of course, but a more compelling antagonist for the heroes to rally against would have made a big difference. Would a diff

Mr. Freeze And The Ventriloquist Join GOD OF WAR Art Director's Gallery Of BATMAN: TAS Characters

God of War art director Raf Grassetti has been sharing some awesome designs for characters from the classic Batman: The Animated Series to his Instagram page, and he's now added two more villains to his series of portraits. Joining Joker, Harl

ZLONK! ZOK! ZOWIE! EXCLUSIVE Interview: Writer Jim Beard Compares Gotham City To His Hometown Of Toledo

Batman is without question one of the most popular comic book characters that DC Comics has in their wheelhouse. There have been plenty of Caped Crusader-related movie releases in recent years, from Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice and The Dark

GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY Director James Gunn Says Thanos's Cameo Was "An Extra Complication"

As we reported earlier today, Guardians of the Galaxy director James Gunn held a live commentary on Twitter for his 2014 movie. There were a number of big reveals from the filmmaker, including the role Josh Brolin's Thanos ended up playing during

STAR WARS: THE RISE OF SKYWALKER Writer Chris Terrio Admits To Struggling With The Movie's Ending

Heading into the final chapter of the Skywalker Saga, director J.J. Abrams and writer Chris Terrio had a tough task ahead of them, especially after Rian Johnson's The Last Jedi shook things up in such a significant way (for starters, Rey's

GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY Director James Gunn Reveals That The Movie's Power Stone Was Almost Red

Captain America: The First Avenger introduced the Tesseract, while The Avengers included both that and the Mind Stone. The following year, we would see the Reality Stone (a.k.a. the Aether) in Thor: The Dark World, and Guardians of the Galaxy then b

POKÉMON: DETECTIVE PIKACHU Graphic Novel Adaptation From Legendary Comics Is Available Now

Legendary comics has officially released their highly anticipated graphic novel adaptation of hit film Pokémon: Detective Pikachu. After many video game film adaptations failed to find success on the big screen, Pokémon: Detective Pikachu turne

BLACK ADAM Scripted Scenes Tease Cyclone's Recruitment To The JSA, Adrianna Tomaz/Isis, And More

Rumors aside, we still don't know a whole lot about the upcoming Black Adam movie, but now thanks to The Illuminerdi we do have some idea of what to expect from a couple of scenes from the latest draft of Adam Sztykiel’s script. We don't

THE BATMAN Director Shares His Love For BATMAN RETURNS And THE DARK KNIGHT; Teases His Take On The Hero

Matt Reeves has a tough task ahead of him with The Batman, especially as a lot of fans out there still wish that Ben Affleck was directing and starring in the DC Comics adaptation. Instead, we're getting a "Year Two" story which will revolve a

Epic Fan Art Transforms THE BATMAN's Robert Pattinson Into The Devilish Batman Who Laughs

We've seen a few official shots of Robert Pattinson suited up in The Batman, and while Matt Reeves's movie will likely serve as an origin story of sorts for his Bruce Wayne, there are a lot of directions the character could be taken in the fu

THE NEW MUTANTS Runtime Reportedly Revealed And It's The Shortest X-MEN Movie To Date

According to Consumer Protection BC, The New Mutants will boast a runtime shorter than any previous X-Men movie. Clocking in at 94 minutes, Josh Boone's film is clearly going to breeze by, but this isn't necessarily a bad thing. 2000'

GOTG Director James Gunn Reiterates Rocket Raccoon's Importance To VOL. 3's Story

Director James Gunn took part in a "quarantine watch party" of the first Guardians of the Galaxy movie last night, following along with fans on Twitter and answering their questions. Gunn shared lots of intriguing new tidbits about the intergalact

STAR WARS Actor Ahmed Best Denies Rumors He Will Return As Jar Jar Binks In Disney+'s OBI-WAN KENOBI

There have been rumblings for a while now about Jar Jar Binks being brought back in the Obi-Wan Kenobi series, and while he was never exactly a fan-favourite, many fans would still love to know what became of the Gungan. After all, he did inadverte

AQUAMAN's Amber Heard Facing Serious Jail Time If Found Guilty Of Falsifying Evidence Against Johnny Depp

After meeting while filming The Rum Diary in 2011, Amber Heard (Aquaman) and Johnny Depp (Fantastic Beasts) tied the knot in February 2015. The former filed for divorce a little over a year later, and obtained a Temporary Restraining Order (TRO) at t

Chris Hemsworth Told EXTRACTION Co-Star Fake AVENGERS: ENDGAME Spoilers Before The Movie Was Released

The first trailer for Netflix's Extraction was released yesterday, and there's understandably a lot of excitement for the action flick given who is involved. Avengers: Endgame co-director Joe Russo wrote the screenplay, and is producing alon

Marvel Studios Boss Kevin Feige Looks Ahead To The MCU's Future After Sharing Viral AVENGERS: ENDGAME Video

Avengers: Endgame's one-year anniversary is fast approaching, and it's crazy to think that had the COVID-19 pandemic been an issue last year, the massive Marvel Studios movie more than likely would have been pushed back to November just lik

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