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Twitch streamer banned for blackface cosplay of Apex Legends character

Martsinkevich was subsequently banned from Twitch, she confirmed in a later video. Martsinkevich took the opportunity to offer her side of the issue, repeatedly emphasizing that she merely wanted to cosplay as her favorite character from the game. – Joseph Knoop, The Daily Dot » http://bit.ly/2PjCayq
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Netflix Experiments With Shuffle Playback Feature For Certain Shows

A statement from a Netflix spokesperson confirmed the experiment. “We are testing the ability for members to play a random episode from different TV series on the Android mobile app. These tests typically vary in length of time and by region, and may not become permanent.” – Bruce Haring, Deadline Hollywood » http://bit.ly/2PmIB42

Beyonce’s Netflix Deal Worth a Whopping $60 Million (EXCLUSIVE)

The first of the three specials is “Homecoming,” the behind-the-scenes documentary chronicling her 2018 Coachella performance — a massive spectacle of dance, visuals and music that reaffirmed Beyonce’s moniker of Queen Bey — which premiered on April 17. The price tag on this installment, for which Beyonce Knowles-Carter is credited as executive producer, writer and director, hovers around $20 million. Beyonce’s rep did not respond to Variety’s requests for comment; Netflix declined comment for this story, although a source at the company disputed the financial terms of the deal. – Shirley Halperin & Jem Aswad, Variety » http://bit.ly/2Pie7A9

YouTube to live stream Coachella Weekend 2 for first time

The curated content will be available to live stream on Coachella’s YouTube Channel on desktop, mobile and TV and within the YouTube Music app. It will take a deep dive into the festival experience and deliver fans a slate of original content featuring select songs and performances from both weekends, artist interviews and commentary, mini-docs, animated adventures and more. – Joseph O’Halloran, Rapid TV News » http://bit.ly/2Dpvb2j

Academy Prepping Service to Stream Best Picture Oscar Hopefuls for Voters (Exclusive)

It turns out the Academy is working on expanding the streaming platform that it has offered its members in recent years — which made available, via the Academy’s website, animated films for the animation committee prior to the nominations announcement, and documentaries and short films to all members afterwards, all without charging distributors — to include any best picture Oscar contender that a studio wishes to promote at a cost of $10,000 to $15,000 per title. – Rebecca Keegan & Scott Feinberg, The Hollywood Reporter » http://bit.ly/2IulbJi

Cannes & Netflix: Fest Chiefs On ‘Roma’ Fallout, Future Plans & French Windows

While Frémaux stressed that Netflix didn’t have any features ready for the 2019 edition of Cannes, this is the first year since 2015 that the festival won’t screen a Netflix or Amazon film. The latter will show two episodes of Nicolas Winding Refn’s TV series Too Old To Die Young, but it’s interesting to note that Cannes is moving in the opposite direction to most A-list festivals, which increasingly show the streamers’ movies. What’s also interesting to consider is that this is becoming a decision taken as much by the streamers as the festival itself. – Nancy Tartaglione & Andreas Wiseman, Deadline Hollywood » http://bit.ly/2ZmvqEw
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