The first ‘X-Men: Days of Future Past’ clip pits mutants against sentinels


The ultimate X-Men ensemble fights a war for the survival of the species across two time periods in “X-Men: Days of Future Past.” The beloved characters from the original “X-Men” film trilogy join forces with their younger selves from “X-Men: First Class,” in an epic battle that must change the past — to save our future.

Release Date: May 23, 2014

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Absent & Lil Flip – 4 The Night [OFFICIAL] The Clover”G” (@AbsentRaps) (@LilFlip713)

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Absent & Lil Flip – 4 The Night [OFFICIAL] The Clover”G” Boss “Lil Flip” introduce’s you to his newest recruit str8 outta the Midwest “Minnesota” to be exact giving you a visual to the first single off their new “Mr. Peter Parker” assisted mixtape (Welcome 2 The Clover) available on …. so enjoy the video then go cop the tape, and chk in with the Clover”G” boss via twitter (@LilFlip713) an the Midwest Clover”G” (@AbsentRaps)

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Netflix Begins 4K Streaming

Netflix Begins 4K Streaming

Netflix has begun streaming the second season of House of Cards and some nature documentaries in 4K HD.

According to Multichannel, Netflix 4K “access is limited to TVs with Netflix and HEVC/H.265 decoding capabilities built in.” HDTV Test first reported on the 4K streams going live Sunday, noting that brighter and more colorful scenes from House of Cards are a treat in the new HD format. But to see these improvements — in addition to TV set requirements — users must have at least 15 Mbps internet access to get 4K on Netflix.

Marvel’s ‘Amazing Spider-Man #1’ Hits Over 500,000 Orders: The Business of Blockbuster Comics

Marvel’s ‘Amazing Spider-Man #1’ Hits Over 500,000 Orders: The Business of Blockbuster Comics

Disney‘s (NYSE: DIS) Marvel Comics has reportedly received over half a million initial orders for The Amazing Spider-Man #1, according to Comic Book Resources. The eagerly anticipated relaunch of the flagship series features the return of Peter Parker, who swapped bodies with Doctor Octopus and “died” in The Amazing Spider-Man #700 back in December 2012.

That half-million figure could make The Amazing Spider-Man #1 the most highly ordered comic book of the past decade — a title previously held by The Amazing Spider-Man #583, the Presidential Inauguration Issue that featured President Obama. Although #583 sold 530,500 units, that final figure includes both initial orders and reorders, while #1 already has over half a million initial orders. By comparison, the best-selling comic in February was Time Warner (NYSE: TWX)/DC Comics’ Batman #28, which sold 114,089 copies.

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All-New DC NOW! New Comics Coming In July

All-New DC NOW! New Comics Coming In July


There’s a relaunched Teen Titans as Teen Titans.

There’s a relaunched Nightwing as Grayson. Probably.

There’s a brand new Gen 13. We think.

And now there’s a relaunched Suicide Squad with Sean Ryan and Jeremy Roberts. With Joker’s Daughter, Deathstroke, and Black Manta taking control of Harley Quinn, Deathstroke and Amanda Waller… and they are off to modern day Russia. Joker’s Daughter Riot?

But also it looks as if DC Comics has taken a leaf out Marvel’s relaunch book, even after they knocked down such an approach eighteen months ago. Remember that Newsarama interview with Bob Wayne and John Cunningham?

Nrama: I do notice though, and obviously, in the media, we try to look at trends in the industry. It’s tough not to notice that a lot of the top-selling books each month are either relaunches or are involved in some type of big event. Your two bestselling books in October were the start of “events”. You’re one month removed from Zero MonthRotworld and H’el on Earth and Death of the Family are on the table. Given your experience, is it fair to say the standard monthly, non-event comic book adventure is antiquated? Do you think retailers and perhaps readers need the signal of “event” or “relaunch” to hold or renew interest? If only once or twice a year?

Cunningham: No.

Wayne: No, we don’t. Otherwise, all the work we’ve done for the last two years to prepare for the New 52 initiative, we would feel as if we had wasted our time, and we don’t feel that at all.

Cunningham: No, I think that sort of analysis is extremely surface and doesn’t deal with the facts at all.

The facts are now that DC Comics in relaunching existing series with new issue ones in a closer fashion to how Marvel dealt with Marvel NOW relaunches – itself cribbed from DC’s 2011 Relaunch. Could DC finally be coming round to another point of view?

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New Spider-Man 2099 Series

New Spider-Man 2099 Series

With the return of the real Peter Parker in the new Amazing Spider-Man comic in April and the release of The Amazing Spider-Man 2 film in May, the next few months with be dominated by the Wall Crawler. But in perhaps the most interesting Spider-related news of the year, it was announced today that Marvel will be bringing the futuristic Spider-Man 2099 back to comics this July in a new solo comic series, written by Peter David and illustrated by Will Sliney.

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Spotify’s new design is cleaner, darker and puts the focus on content


If you’re using Spotify on the web, desktop or iOS you should notice a pretty massive change starting today. (The new look should be coming to Android “near future.”) The company is launching its most dramatic overhaul since its launch in 2008. Most noticeably, it’s flat and dark. Like Swedish death metal dark. The gray and white elements it experimented with over the last couple of years have been banished and it has returned to its roots with a UI that is primarily black and slightly lighter black. Sure, there are still green highlights and the new rounded (dare we say finger-friendly) icons are a lighter shade of gray, but the overall effect is one where the most important element — the content — jumps off the background.

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DeSean Jackson agrees to three-year deal with Redskins


The Washington Redskins made their biggest move yet of the offseason Tuesday night, agreeing to terms with three-time Pro Bowl receiver DeSean Jackson less than a week after the dynamic playmaker was released by the rival Philadelphia Eagles.

It’s a three-year deal worth $24 million, with $16 million guaranteed, FOX Sports NFL Insider Mike Garafolo and other media report.Robert Griffin III just became a much happier quarterback — and the NFC East just got a lot more interesting. The news broke late Tuesday when Jackson’s publicist sent this tweet, following two days of meeting with coaches and officials.

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