Month: April 2021

Watch the DUST channel for our complete sci-fi library, feature films, and more: https://bit.ly/DUSTChannel Subscribe to the DUST Newsletter: http://eepurl.com/gnTIbD DUST presents Paul Feig’s Other Space the greatest sci-fi comedy you’ve never seen. Watch the entire series here: https://watchdust.com/otherspace Or search for DUST on your Smart TV. Other Space is available to watch on these
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Before there was the Justice League…there was The War. From DC Entertainment, Warner Bros. Animation and Warner Bros. Home Entertainment comes an all new animated movie based on the graphic novel Justice League: Origin by Geoff Johns and Jim Lee. Watch the epic battle between Darkseid and the newly forming members of the Justice League
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New Pokemon Snap brings the ’90s N64 classic to the Nintendo Switch, this time with tons of new features and Pokemon to photograph. In fact, gamers who played the original back in 1999 will be left dumbfounded by the sheer amount of Pokemon there are to capture in this game. While the first game only
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Sky One sci-fi Intergalactic is part conspiracy thriller, part prison break drama, and all space romp. It’s set 150 years in the future, when all of Earth’s nations have united into a single authority known as the Commonworld, and a new element has enabled Earth’s people to escape ecological collapse and colonise other planets via
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Brilliant, twisted and seriously hard to kill, Hugo Strange is one of the oldest and oddest villains in Batman’s rogues gallery. In this DC All Access clip, we look back on the unique comic book history of this brainy baddie before he makes his live action debut in next week’s Gotham. DC All Access is
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The MonsterVerse lives! Not even a year ago it seemed likely that Godzilla vs. Kong would end up being the final bout in the series of movies that launched back in 2014 with Godzilla. But the surprisingly robust box office success of the titanic prize fight — $407 million at the worldwide box office and
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After four years of the Wii U, we were eagerly anticipating its successor. While there were plenty of great games on the doomed platform, the Wii U just never caught fire with the public at large. But four years into the Switch’s lifespan, and Nintendo has turned things around dramatically. Instead of winding things down,
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As we inch closer to the 40th—yes, 40th—anniversary of Raiders of the Lost Ark, it’s natural to reflect on just how influential the Indiana Jones blockbuster has been to American filmmaking. One needs look no further than the Marvel Cinematic Universe to see how relevant Steven Spielberg‘s action-adventure story remains today, but, having just done
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When eleven year old Amy finds an old eighties video game magazine she dials the phone number displayed on the back, and in a strange cosmic glitch gets connected to Caesar Spinone, a video game call center employee in the year 1989. “The Give and Take” by Anna Hopkins Subscribe to the DUST Newsletter: https://bit.ly/signal_newsletter
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Luca is the name of the next animated feature film from Disney’s Pixar Animation Studios, directed and conceived by animator and artist Enrico Casarosa. Working at Pixar since 2002 as a story artist in films like Cars, Up, Coco, and Ratatouille, Casarosa directed the 2012 short La Luna before making his feature directorial debut this
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A certain problematic author returns to give Margo and Fen the low-down on the Dark King, who is busy communing with a former lover who is on another plane. Meanwhile, Penny and Plum are on an excellent adventure through time, when they encounter ANOTHER returning pervert in 1920. Finally, Alice and Kady meet a new
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Warner Bros. and producer James Wan’s Mortal Kombat reboot had a very good weekend. Despite opening simultaneously in theaters and on HBO Max—thereby allowing any North American fan to potentially watch the movie at home—the video game adaptation overperformed and blew past expectations when it grossed $23.3 million in three days. That’s well above lowball
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This article is presented by Netflix. By now, you probably already know that we have a quarterly print magazine. A quarterly print mag that has a new issue dropping on April 27 with an action-packed and star-studded The Suicide Squad cover story. But did you know that our subscribers and the thousands of fans picking
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Daily Planet intern Clark Kent takes learning-on-the-job to new extremes when Lobo and Parasite set their sights on Metropolis in Superman: Man of Tomorrow, available later in summer 2020 on Digital, 4K, Blu-ray & DVD. Produced by Warner Bros. Animation, DC and Warner Bros. Home Entertainment, Superman: Man of Tomorrow is the 41st film in
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