Plex just gets on adding more and more cool features to the platform. They have just announced that they will be adding support for Amazon’s Alexa via a new skill.
Disney and Lucasfilm have officially revealed the title for Episode VIII, it will be called Star Wars: The Last Jedi.
Spoiler Alert: Caution there will be spoilers for Star Wars: The Force Awakens in this post.
Here is a list of some of my favourite things from 2016 (and my first post in 2017, Happy New Year!). It ranges from smartphones and video game to tv shows and movies.
And if you haven’t already checked out my Favourite Apps of 2016.
Netflix has announced that members of their service can now download content from Netflix’s library for offline viewing at no additional cost.
On November 15th, 1996, Warner Bros. under their Family Entertainment and their Feature Animation label, released Space Jam.
Roku has refreshed their entire streaming player lineup, with three new products (each with an upgraded “+” model); the Roku Express, the Roku Premiere and the Roku Ultra.
It’s that time of year again, May the Fourth Be With You. A day where fans celebrate the Star Wars movies, going all the way back to the 1977 film, A New Hope to anticipating the release of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story in December 2016.
February 3rd 2016 marked the 30th anniversary of Pixar. In that time, they have released 16 full-length animated films, been nominated for 55 Academy Awards (two of which were for Best Picture) and they have won 15 Oscars including special one that was given to Pixar co-founder, John Lasseter for Toy Story, which pioneered this new era of film.
Oscars aren’t the only awards that Pixar has earned, they have also earned 7 Golden Globes, 11 Grammys and countless other awards. Pixar’s movies so far have made over $9.5 billion worldwide which works out to be about $593 million per film.
On November 22nd 1995, Walt Disney Pictures and Pixar Animation Studios released the first feature-length computer animated film.
Computer animation was unheard of at the time but now it seems like a regular thing.
Great Scott! This is heavy. It’s been 30 years since the first Back to the Future was released in theatres. It seems just yesterday was 2010 and we were celebrating just the 25th anniversary of the film.