Category: Entertainment

Mubi founder Efe Cakarel is coming to Disrupt Berlin – TechCrunch

Most entrepreneurs who have tried to compete with Netflix have failed. But Efe Cakarel isn’t one of them. As the founder and CEO of Mubi, he has created a beloved movie streaming service. That’s why I’m excited to announce that Mubi founder Efe Cakarel is joining us at TechCrunch Disrupt Berlin. Mubi has been around
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MoviePass temporarily suspends service to improve its mobile app – TechCrunch

MoviePass is temporarily suspending its service, starting on July 4, in order to finish working on improvements to its mobile app, the company announced today. The hiatus comes after a difficult year for the cash-burning company, and as Regal, the second-largest movie theater chain in the United States, is reportedly preparing to launch its own
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Netflix is officially making a show based on Neil Gaiman’s ‘Sandman’ comics – TechCrunch

Netflix has placed an 11-episode series order for “The Sandman,” a show based on the critically-acclaimed comics by writer Neil Gaiman. While there have been Sandman comic-book characters since 1939, Gaiman’s version (co-created by artists Sam Kieth and Mike Dringenberg) first appeared 50 years later. Instead of a costumed crimefighter, he was a brooding deity
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Former 'Iceman' writer shines a light on Marvel's struggles with representation

In January, there was much excitement around comic book writer Sina Grace, his Iceman series for Marvel Comics, and his latest creation: Shade, Marvel’s first drag queen superhero. Much has changed since thenIceman is apparently done after five issues, Shade is now called Darkveil, and, with his Marvel work seemingly concluded, Grace has quite a
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Neil Gaiman explains why ‘Good Omens’ is so worryingly relevant today

This article has been published to coincide with an episode of Mashable’s new podcast, Fiction Predictions. Listen here. 30 years ago, Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett joined forces to write Good Omens. The story — a comedy is all about the impending apocalypse — has just been made into a TV show for Amazon Prime.
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