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HBO’s The Last of Us Episode 1 Now Available on YouTube for Free




HBO’s new smash-hit series ‘The Last Of Us’ is growing in popularity with each episode, and now fans can see Episode 1 of the series on YouTube for free, via the YouTube channel of Sky TV (where the show is available in the United Kingdom) and will likely soon be uploaded to HBO’s YouTube in the near future as well, via VGC.

Non-subscribers to HBO can now watch the first episode, in 1080p, in it’s entirety. This isn’t a new tactic as HBO has previously released debut episodes of its series, as they did with House of Dragons, as a way to build up buzz.

The second episode aired last Sunday and attracted 5.7 million viewers, which is a 22% increase in viewership from the first episode.


Pixar CCO Pete Docter Excited About Future




The latest smash hit in theaters is Pixar’s ‘Inside Out 2’ which had a stellar opening in theaters grossing $295 million globally in its first weekend, and the film is currently this year’s highest box office debut.

Naturally, that success has many people excited, specifically Pixar who feel that the numbers, which are similar to pre-2020 numbers, indicate an incredible future is upon them.

“I feel like we’re in a really golden place where, after a lot of turmoil, every project we have is exciting to me for multiple reasons — both from new looks and technology, but more importantly, original stories and storytellers,” Pixar Chief creative officer Pete Docter said, during an interview with Entertainment Weekly.

Docter also spoke about the recently announced ‘Inside Out’ series that will land on Disney+ and stated that the project is already completed and will be arriving to the streaming platform sometime in Spring 2025.

“But in the first film, remember we go to Dream Production to see how Riley’s dreams are made? It semi-explains why they’re so weird. We’ve continued the exploration of the power of dreams and how they affect us in our waking life, as well. So it’s pretty cool,” Docter said.

Docter discussed how the company decides which content lands on Disney+, which was announced just before the COVID-19 pandemic and lockdown, or gets a premier release in theaters, which seems to be making a comeback in the market.

“But that was really before anyone had an understanding of the economics of how it all works. How much can you spend on a show, and how do you even track what it made? A box office is super easy. Three people came in, I know I can count the money exactly. With streaming, depending on how you divide it up, do you get more money to do something that’s new or that attracts new viewers? It’s very squirrely,” he explained.

With Pixar basking in the limelight of their latest success, the future is exciting for the company and it will be interesting to see how far their new success can go.

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Joe and Anthony Russo’s ‘The Electric State’ Gets Massive Budget




Netflix is opening up the bank for the latest film from Joe and Anthony Russo.

According to World of Reel, Joe and Anthony Russo’s ‘The Electric State’ movie, which is going to be exclusively for the entertainment streaming platform, Netflix has topped the $300 million budget mark, costing $320 million to produce.

The cast for “The Electric State”, a sci-fi movie based on Simon Stålenhag‘s 2018 illustrated novel, includes Millie Bobbie Brown, Chris Pratt, Ke Huy Quan, Giancarlo Espostito, Anthony Mackie, Stanley Tucci, Jason Alexander, Brian Cox, and Jenny Slate.

According to the official synopsis: ““The Electric State” is a coming-of-age tale that mixes sci-fi and western genres in a retro-futuristic past. Brown plays an orphaned teenager who traverses the American West with her robot friend and an eccentric drifter in search of her younger brother.”

Netflix won the bidding war for the rights to the film back in 2022, and now we will see if the ROI on the investment will reward their massive investment.


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Kenya Moore Suspended Indefinitely From ‘Real Housewives of Atlanta’



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Kenya Moore has been suspended indefinitely from ‘The Real Housewives of Atlanta’ after Moore allegedly displayed posters with explicit images of franchise newcomer Brittany Eady at the grand opening of her Kenya Moore Hair Spa in Atlanta, Georgia, last week, according to the Hollywood Reporter.

The show is currently filming it’s 16th season.

According to Entertainment Tonight, the photos were “allegedly found online” and referenced a source that said – “Kenya was suspended for allegedly depicting Brittany performing a sexual act at the grand opening of her Kenya Moore Hair Spa in Atlanta, from images allegedly found online. The network is still reviewing the content Kenya displayed during filming.”

The report goes on to address rumors of a threat made against Kenya involving a firearm –  “At no time was Kenya ever threatened with a weapon, nor was there ever a weapon present during the course of production.”

Moore has since taken to social media to address the news and defend herself: “I would never engage in revenge porn, I have never distributed private images or footage of anyone, nor solicited images owned by others to use to threaten or blackmail. I have always been vindicated. I can’t talk about STORY even with people planting fake news.”

“For the record, I’ve never once had possession of any weapons or threatened anyone ever,” she wrote.

The Hollywood Reporter goes on to say that Bravo was filing the cast event at the time, with a source informing Entertainment Tonight that “the network is still reviewing the content Kenya displayed during filming.”

Later, Moore shared the following on her Instagram story –  “Believe none of what you hear and half of what you see. The truth always comes to light.”

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