Spider-Man Menace Robs Employee

By | April 29th, 2013|

spidermanrobberSpider-Man inspires responsibility in others. It’s right there in the famous line by his Uncle Ben. Everyone knows it. Well, except for a certain Spider-Man in LA.


Iron Man in Disneyland

By | April 13th, 2013|

ironman3Disneyland made changes in their Innoventions attraction that includes something that fits naturally: Iron Man Tech Presented by Stark Industries. It was only a matter of time before Marvel made an appearance in Disneyland, and what’s better than Iron Man? (That’s a rhetorical question.)


The International Mobil Film Festival in San Diego

By | April 11th, 2013|

MFF2013 AD 033113 global.pngS. Botello Productions has put together the International Mobil Film Festival, which will hold its second annual event on April 27th through 28th.


Hulu Owners at Odds

By | March 26th, 2013|

huluHulu owners Disney and News Corp. are apparently at odds on where to put the focus on the online streaming service. News Corp. wants to focus solely on a subscription service while Disney wants to continue the current model, which offers that and ad-supported content. The rumor going around is that one might buy out the other.


Feld Entertainment Brings ‘Marvel Universe Live’

By | March 14th, 2013|

marveluniverseliveIt really was only a matter of time. First Spider-Man had a live show, then DC had Batman. Now Disney and Marvel are joining with Feld Entertainment to bring Marvel Universe Live to stages in 85 cities, followed by dates overseas. 


YouTube Plans for Channels You Must Pay For

By | January 29th, 2013|

youtubeYouTube has come up with a new business plan that could have potential backlash from visitors of the site. They want to add a $5 subscription fee on 25 channels. YouTube is in talks with a few popular channels to see if they’d like to be part of the business plan. Google, who owns YouTube, will collect 45% of the profits.


CEO Considers Netflix on Probation with Consumers

By | January 23rd, 2013|

netflixNetflix made the decision in 2011 to make a significant change in their service. They split online streaming and DVD/Blu-ray into two different services, effectively making customers pay double if they want to have both. It received backlash from customers, but not enough to revert things back. Money is money after all.


The White House Responds to Death Star Petition

By | January 13th, 2013|

The White House set up a site for people to present online petitions. If a particular one reaches over 25,000 signatures, the White House responds accordingly.