Like, literally. Everyone, save for maybe Netflix, is clamoring to offer sports as content dries up amid the Hollywood strikes. The latest to enter the scrimmage: (HBO) Max.
Writer Tony Gilroy grabbed a microphone on the streets of New York last weekend to talk about the future of Hollywood. “We are the content,” he said. “We’re tired of being strip-mined.”
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The Irish singer became world-renown long before artists’ every interaction landed on social media. Maybe that’s a good thing.
Together with Oppenheimer, the so-called Barbenheimer opening weekend topped $244 million domestically. But that’s not its most astonishing achievement.
After ramming fancy boats—and sinking three!—orcas have become internet folk heroes. But are they really trying to take down the rich?
Subreddits and third-party apps are going dark in response to Reddit’s proposed API changes. It’s the latest front in a labor battle between algorithms and the humans who feed them.
News broke this week that the show’s opening credits were made using artificial intelligence. Fans immediately cried foul.
From CODA to Beastie Boys Story, here’s everything you should be watching on Apple’s streaming service.