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  • Confirmed: GameStop in Buyout Talks
    GameStop is in talks with private firms about a potential buyout, the retailer confirmed in a news release. In spite of being the largest brick-and-mortar games retailer in the U.S., GameStop has struggled to remain relevant in the wake of digital game sales and popular online retailers such as Amazon offering more competitive pricing and […]
  • Netflix Strikes First Overall Deal in Europe, Pacts With ‘Dark’ Pair
    Netflix has struck its first overall deal in Europe, teaming with Jantje Friese and Baran bo Odar, from the team behind hit German-language series “Dark.” The pair will create new shows for Netflix. “The promise of Netflix is entertainment transcending borders; where a hit show can come from anywhere in the world,” said Erik Barmack, […]
  • Turner EMEA Launches Toonix App Across the Nordic Region
    Turner EMEA is set to launch the Toonix app, which is an OTT service dedicated to kids, across the Nordic region later this summer. The new ad-free, direct-to-consumer service will be skewed towards kids ages 3-12 and their families, and will boast more than 1000 hours of curated content from Cartoon Network, Warner Bros. Animation. […]
  • Bruce Springsteen Brings the Boogie to Asbury Park Venue’s Grand Reopening
    Self-described “old homeboy” Bruce Springsteen was on hand Monday night (June 18) to usher in a new era at the grand reopening of Asbury Lanes, the combination bowling alley, bar and live music venue, in Asbury Park, New Jersey. “We didn’t know if we would ever see Asbury come back or not, in our lifetime, […]
  • Jeffrey Katzenberg Event Raises $4.5 Million for House Democrats
    Jeffrey Katzenberg hosted a fundraiser on Monday night in Beverly Hills that raised more than $4.5 million for the House Majority PAC, seeking to win back Democratic control of the House, organizers said. The event, held at Spago in Beverly Hills, was priced at $25,000-per-person, with tickets rising to $250,000 per person for co-chairs. Among […]
  • How ‘A Plague Tale: Innocence’ Makes Diseased Rats So Terrifying
    In most games, rats don’t pose much of a threat. At worst, they’re in the background in gritty urban environments or cheap fodder for guns and spells. With “A Plague Tale: Innocence,” however, they’re a nightmarish manifestation of a deadly disease — and if you’re careful, you can use them to your advantage. Coming to […]
  • Snapchat Sets Docu-Drama Series From Bunim-Murray (EXCLUSIVE)
    Snap is expanding its original programming into a new genre: soft-scripted docu-series, with the first Snapchat Show in this area from Bunim-Murray Productions starring teen YouTube creator Summer Mckeen. “Endless Summer” is currently in production and slated to debut in September. The coming-of-age series follows the life of 19-year-old Summer Mckeen, a beauty and fashion […]
  • Mobile-Games Company Scopely Raised Additional $100 Million for Acquisitions, Investments
    Walter Driver, CEO and co-founder of Scopely, doesn’t describe his company as a mobile games publisher. Instead, he says Scopely is a next-generation mobile entertainment network — one that delivers dynamically priced interactive entertainment experiences in a model with the potentially to far exceed traditional Hollywood. Seven-year-old Scopely is now valued at more than $700 […]
  • Three of E3’s Hidden Indie Gems that Shouldn’t Get Lost in the Noise
    E3 brings more than big multi-million dollar games to LA, if you know where to look. Most of the video game industry’s largest show of the year takes place on the Los Angeles Convention Center show floor and in various meeting rooms. But every year, the gravity of the show also draws many smaller indie […]
  • Common, Lena Waithe Join AT&T Hello Lab’s Filmmaker-Mentoring Program in Second Year
    AT&T Hello Lab’s filmmaker mentoring program — aimed at supporting the creative voices of those underrepresented by Hollywood — is back for a second year, with Common and Lena Waithe among the lineup of mentors for projects from six up-and-coming directors. The filmmakers, comprising five women and one man, will debut their short films on […]

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