With the arrival of Star on Disney+ we take the chance to look at the state of the scene. Is there too much or is this the Cambrian explosion we need?
Loki’s Disney+ series gets a confirmed June airing date, continuing Marvel’s big wave of programming coming to the streaming service.
Star, a new channel coming to Disney+ with plenty of new TV shows and movies to stream, launches this week – along with a price increase.
We Australians love being able to watch WandaVision at a reasonable hour. In other news, countries other than America exist.
Binge. Kayo. Presto… Foxtel has a long history of internal fiefdoms actively hurting its efforts to grow new digital services.
Nice, weird, funny and fierce. From Lasso to Mando and more, these are Byteside’s favourite TV shows of 2020.
Denis Villeneuve thinks Warner Bros. “might just have killed the Dune franchise”, which would be a tragedy for all involved.
Microsoft is going all-in on cloud gaming with Xbox Game Pass, while confirming a workaround for Apple’s difficult requirements.
Tenet director Christopher Nolan isn’t thrilled with Warner Bros.’ decision to launch 2021’s film lineup on HBO Max alongside theatres.
Could we see the release of Wonder Woman 1984 in cinemas and via digital platforms on the same day? It’s only the future of cinema at stake.
Netflix is rolling out a linear channel, “Direct”, for subscribers in France for those who have decision paralysis.
This week we accidentally realise we’re talking about two troubled apps the Australian government owned in whole or in part: COVIDSafe and Quibi.
No Time To Die may have no time at all if it doesn’t take a chance and go the streaming route before everyone has given up on it.
It’s out there as a preview right now on Android and it’s looking great, but Microsoft has confirmed it will be heading to iOS soon as well.
Hope puts her Xbox One and her Note 20 Ultra together to see how the new Xbox Game Streaming app for Android feels in action.
Disney is saying it is “very pleased” with how its special premium digital release of Mulan has performed. But the cultural errors mean this can’t be remembered as a ‘success’.