Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett, the odd couple of pop music, have another big hit on their hands with their rendition of “Winter Wonderland,” which topped the iTunes jazz charts this week. But despite Gaga‘s and Bennett’s current buzzworthy...Show More Summary
The sneaky miscreants at One Man Left are sneaking down your chimney, delivering deals on their entire library of games on this Christmas Eve. They scheduled this promotion in advance of the iTunes freeze, so that's why this is sneaking in after all the other holiday sales. If you haven't played any Tilt to Live
Brooks Barnes and Michael Cieply, reporting for the NYT: A new facet of Sony’s discussions with theater owners is any simultaneous video-on-demand effort. Studios typically give heaters an exclusive monthslong window to play new movies. Show More Summary
While Boxing Day doesn't come around until the day after Christmas, it looks like Apple is springing a load of music sales a couple of days early. Right now, those in the UK can click on over to iTunes to snag tons of albums on the cheap. Show More Summary
While Apple isn't distributing The Interview via iTunes, you can simply buy the movie on YouTube. If you've never purchased video through YouTube Movies you'll of course have to enter credit card info, but isn't that a small price to pay for being ab...
Apple is now offering its annual Boxing Day sale for Canadians with select discounts on albums and songs through the iTunes store. The sale is accessible through the iTunes store on both iOS devices and on the desktop in Canada and will likely remain available through at least Dec. 26, the day officially recognized in […]
Would make for quite a holiday movie binge. ?
The Interview has been made available for streaming and purchase online ahead of its theatrical release Christmas Day. YouTube Movies, Google Play, Xbox Videos, and a dedicated website are all offering the controversial comedy for $5.99 to rent and $14.99 … Read more ›
The Interview is available for online streaming, as of today, on YouTube, Google Play, Xbox, and Crackle. But it's not on iTunes yet, despite a report claiming Sony asked the White House for help with that.
Photo Credit: Korean Central News Agency The New York Times reported yesterday that the Sony Pictures comedy film "The Interview" would be released in a limited run at theaters throughout the country. Locked away in a single paragraph of a much-too-...
As the end of the year rapidly approaches, you are likely reading many top-ten movie lists (or top-11, like David Edelstein's) that feature many movies that are just being released in theaters (Birdman, The Imitation Game, Foxcatcher) or that won't even make it into wide release until January 2014 (Selma,... More »
If you're a cable cutter like me, and iTunes is where you get your TV fix, then you're going to want to head on over an pre-order Doctor Who: The Last Christmas now. It airs on Christmas Day, and will hit iTunes shortly thereafter, but there's a few bonus videos to watch between not and then. Show More Summary
Sony to distribute "The Interview" online; it will be available starting Wednesday 10 a.m. PST http://t.co/4euSXR3Agm — WSJ Breaking News (@WSJbreakingnews) December 24, 2014 It appears WSJ has its "a.m." and "p.m." mixed up. SONY THE...Show More Summary
It’s a D-Block Christmas in this new video from Tyler Woods featuring Chris Rivers, Snype Life and Goodz The Animal. From the album, D-Block Presents Tyler’s Hood Christmas, which you can pick up on iTunes now. Previously: The Lox ft. Tyler Woods – Horror (Video)
Though Sony apparently held talks with Apple about debuting the film "The Interview" on iTunes, the movie is instead expected to be available for rent on YouTube, Google Play, and Sony's own website starting tomorrow.
It’s December 24th, and there’s no sign of Apple’s annual iTunes 12 Days Of Gifts. We’re calling it: it’s not happening this year. But why not? In case you haven’t kept up with it in previous years, Apple’s 12 Days … Read more ›
Apple turned down the opportunity to distribute the controversial comedy movie The Interview on iTunes — despite a plea from Sony to the White House, with a view to getting Cupertino on board. The movie — which co-stars Seth Rogen and James … Read more ›
In attempt to make its controversial film "The Interview" available to view on Christmas Day, Sony Pictures reportedly pursued a deal with Apple that was brokered by the White House itself, but the timetable to place it on iTunes was apparently too aggressive.
Following its decision to pull "The Interview" from most theaters, Sony reached out to Apple to distribute the movie on iTunes, according to a report by The New York Times. Apple said no. It's unclear from the Times report if Apple didn't...Show More Summary