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Thursday, October 12, 2017
Netflix Still Bowing Video Games?

Lost in the confusion surrounding Netflix’s abrupt cancellation of Qwikster — its hastily created stand-alone DVD and Blu-ray Disc rental service — is the status of video games.

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CinemaNow, Intel Go 1080p

Best Buy’s CinemaNow is now offering some films in 1080p, the first time any of its library has been available in full high-definition.

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Paramount Launches Streaming Platform for Awards Contenders

Paramount Pictures Oct. 11 said it will bow a pilot program designed to offer streaming access to movies earmarked for the upcoming awards season.

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More Theaters Threaten ‘Heist’ Boycott

Los Angeles-based Galaxy Theatres, Regency Theatres and Emagine Theatres of Detroit have vowed not to screen Universal Pictures’ action comedy 'Tower Heist' should the studio follow through with plans to release the movie into the premium video-on-demand window only three weeks after its Nov. 4 theatrical launch.

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Roku Adds HBO Go; Bows $49 Player

Roku Oct. 11 introduced a new streaming media player for $49 — half the price of its premiere player. It also is adding HBO Go to its portfolio for authenticated viewers of the pay-TV channel.

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‘Lantern’ Offers Bright Deals

Merchandising: Another week, another Friday release for a major title. This time it’s the Oct. 14 release of 'Green Lantern,' but it’s not the only big title to debut on disc during the week.

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