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Samsung's new Onyx Cinema LED screen is a massive LED display designed to power the movie theater of the future. Could this 34-foot big-screen make projectors obsolete? [Read More]
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Have you ever noticed ugly gray bars surrounding a movie screen? How about a dark or blurry picture? It turns out movie theaters aren't doing enough to ensure that their audience is seeing a movie the way it is meant to be seen. Many theaters have little quality control over things like screen masking and projector brightness, and it has begun to hurt the moviegoing experience. We talked with two projection experts to help us understand what is going on inside the booth. Following is a transcript of the video. Narrator: Which looks better? This, or that? Well,... [Read More]
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Fathom Events and Comedy Dynamics bring the premiere of OUT on Stage, THE absolutely hilarious and one-of-a-kind, originally produced comedy hosted by Zach Noe Towers, to movie theaters on Tuesday, July 24! [Read More]
The proposed sports complex at the intersection of Route 20 and Interstate 91 is still on the table despite concerns about its developer, First Selectman Christopher Kervick said Wednesday."At this point, I'm not prepared to call it dead," he said. "We need to take some time and fully evaluate the new information we've received." The future of the proposal, which Kervick said at a press conference last week would be unprecedented in its scope, was put into question Monday when Kervick announced that the... [Read More]
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Why pay full price at movie theaters when you can go for less—or even free? Here are all the best tricks for snagging cheap tickets to see films on the big screen. [Read More]
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The legendary baseball comedy "The Sandlot" will return to select movie theaters across the country for two days in its first national theatrical run since its original release 25 years... [Read More]
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The Joker will unleash chaos in movie theaters in 2019. Warner Bros. has set an Oct. 4, 2019, release date for its standalone "Joker" movie starring Joaquin Phoenix. The studio made the announcement on Wednesday afternoon ahead of the start of Comic-Con. Warner Bros. is making its presentation in Hall H on Saturday. Warner Bros. indicated the... [Read More]
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Get ready for a 90s flashback, as a popular cartoon from the era is headed back to television and movie theaters. [Read More]
The "Rugrats" are headed back to television and movie theaters. Rick Damigella reports. [Read More]
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Nickelodeon said casting and an official air date will be released in the coming months. ... [Read More]
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As soon as the film version of Fiddler on the Roof, based on the stories of the classic Yiddish writer, Sholem Aleichem, came out in movie theaters in 1971, my family and I went to see it. I thought it was wonderful, especially the songs. I learned the lyrics to most of them by heart, including If I Were a Rich Man, Matchmaker Matchmaker and Do You Love Me and even taught myself how to play them on the piano and the guitar. [Read More]
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Nickelodeon's oldest babies are coming back to TV and movie theaters. Tommy, Chuckie and the gang have a new TV and movie deal. [Read More]
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Tommy, Chuckie and the gang have a new TV and movie deal... [Read More]
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Malls in America may be dying, but they're still major destinations in many places around the world.  Oftentimes, these malls have attractions like movie theaters, ice-skating rinks, and amusement parks. Here's what malls are like in cities like Singapore, Hong Kong, and Bangkok.  Malls may be a dying breed in America, but in many places around the world, they're still major destinations.  Many shopping malls in other countries offer a whole lot more than just shopping. In these places, movie theaters, ice-skating rinks, roller coasters, and live entertainment often accompany thousands of stores. And while... [Read More]
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Malls in America may be dying, but they're still major destinations in many places around the world. Oftentimes, these malls have attractions like movie theaters, ice-skating rinks, and amusement parks. Here's what malls are like in cities like Singapore, Hong Kong, and Bangkok. Malls may be a dying breed in America, but in many places around the world, they're still major destinations. Many shopping malls in other countries offer a whole lot more than just shopping. In these places, movie theaters, ice-skating rinks, roller coasters, and live entertainment often accompany thousands of... [Read More]
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Netfix is such a juggernaut that it added "only" 5.2 million subscribers last quarter, and everyone is hitting the panic button. The streaming company gained about 1 million fewer customers than it had expected. It now has about 130 million customers worldwide. The media industry has turned itself upside down to do battle with Netflix. Cable companies and movie theaters are losing customers in droves. They'd all love to have the problem that Netflix had last quarter. Yet Netflix's stock... [Read More]
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