How to Shut Off Motion Smoothing — and Why You Should

So, if you’ve been annoyed with how films have looked on your television, you might want to check if motion smoothing is turned on. Here’s how to look for the feature, and how to turn it off, sorted by TV set types. The name of motion smoothing varies according to the TV set, so this guide will help you identify what it’s called on your TV. – Wilson Chapman, Variety »

Netflix Paid Anna Sorokin A Large Lump Sum To Adapt Her Story For Television In ‘Inventing Anna’ Series

She rose in notoriety among New York’s elite, claiming to be a German heiress with a 60 million trust fund fortune. Her story became national headlines in 2018 after New York Magazine ran a story about her plan to create a mixed use space by borrowing money from banks. During Sorokin’s life as a jet setter she obtained hundreds of thousands from her wealthy friends with the promise of paying them back–but never did. – Valerie Complex, Deadline Hollywood »

Amazon’s ‘Lord of the Rings’ Unveils Story Details, Won’t Have ‘Thrones’-Level Sex and Violence

“The Rings of Power” hails from showrunners Patrick McKay and JD Payne, the former of which describes the series’ narrative as all about “the forging of the rings…Rings for the elves, rings for dwarves, rings for men, and then the one ring Sauron used to deceive them all. It’s the story of the creation of all those powers, where they came from, and what they did to each of those races.” – Zack Sharf, Variety »

Disney+ just ran its first test of live streaming in the U.S.

“We performed a test for livestreaming capabilities on Disney+ in the U.S. with this morning’s Academy Award nominations. We are pleased with the results and will continue to test as part of our ongoing and iterative approach to deliver the best user experiences to consumers,” a Disney spokesperson told TechCrunch. – Sarah Perez, TechCrunch »
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