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Lumière Festival: Nicolas Winding Refn Unveils New Streaming Platform byNWR

The content and films will be entirely free. Nicolas Winding Refn said he was financing the 4K restorations – “a very expensive process” – through his earnings from advertising work. “All these ads we don’t want to see are paying for everything.” – Ed Meza, Variety http://ift.tt/2yOuoHw
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Star Trek: Discovery Pilot Lands On Most Pirated List Within 24 Hours

Less than 24 hours after its debut, the pilot holds the #15 spot among Pirate Bay’s most-pirated episodes. The second episode, which debuted on the proprietary CBS All Access platform, is #30 on Pirate Bay’s most downloaded list. And while some Trekkies are making it clear they aren’t going to pay, others have bitten the bullet and are making the commitment, as #CBS reported a record number of new signups to the streaming service. In fact, it broke a new record for subscriber sign-ups in a single day, but as the service is offering a one-week free trial, there’s no guarantee all of those sign-ups will remain. – Rachel Carrington, moviepilot.com http://ift.tt/2fPGAg9

Watch the NFL’s London game at 9:30AM Eastern

You’re about to get a chance to watch an out-of-the-ordinary NFL game wherever you happen to live. The league and Yahoo (disclaimer: yes, they’re part of our parent company Verizon) are streaming a special game in London on September 24th at 9:30AM Eastern. Virtually anyone worldwide can see the Baltimore Ravens and Jacksonville Jaguars take to the field in Wembley Stadium for free. In addition to tuning in on Yahoo’s website, you can catch the game through the NFL’s website and its apps. – Jon Fingas, Engadget http://engt.co/2fj4VdF
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