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Saturday, November 11, 2017
Star Trek Beyond 'Star Trek Beyond' Warps to Top of Home Video Charts

A pair of newcomers, Paramount's 'Star Trek Beyond' and Universal's 'Bad Moms,' led the way on the NPD VideoScan First Alert sales chart, which tracks combined DVD and Blu-ray Disc unit sales, and the dedicated Blu-ray Disc chart the week ended Nov. 6.

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Disney Finds Tough Q4 Comps Without Cinematic Superheroes

For Walt Disney Studios, unfortunately, not every theatrical release hails from Marvel, Pixar or Lucasfilm. Disney Nov. 10 reported a 28% drop in fourth-quarter (ended Oct. 1) operating income to $381 million from operating income of $530 million in the previous-year period. Revenue inched up 2% to $1.8 billion from $1.78 billion a year ago.

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ESPN Had a Bad Quarter

There’s a reason ESPN is turning up like a weed on Web TV services Sling TV, PlayStation Vue and the pending DirecTV Now, among others. The Disney-owned sports network is reportedly losing subscribers at an alarming rate — 621,000 subs in October, which is double the monthly decline, according to Nielsen.

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Starz to Bow on DirecTV Now

Starz Nov. 10 announced that pay-TV mainstays Starz, Starz Encore and Starz Encore Westerns would be available on AT&T’s pending DirecTV Now service.

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Sausage Party (Blu-ray Review)

Seth Rogen and his filmmaking buddies have delivered a raunchy send-up of the Pixar formula that crosses every line it can.

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Star Trek Beyond (3D Blu-ray Review)

With “Fast & Furious” alum Justin Lin now in the director’s chair, 'Star Trek Beyond' is an entertaining action-adventure thrill ride that is competently assembled enough to achieve all the points it’s trying to hit.

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