Director Steven Soderbergh secretly shot new horror movie ‘Unsane’ entirely on Apple’s iPhone

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Acclaimed director Steven Soderbergh’s next film, a horror movie titled "Unsane," will see a wide theatrical release next spring, despite the fact that it was filmed entirely on an iPhone.
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Original iPhone early reviewer Steven Levy heralds iPhone X as kicking off Apple’s next decade

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One of the first four reviewers of the original iPhone has been granted permission to publish his assessment of Apple’s effort 10 years down the road — the OLED iPhone X.
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Apple signs deal to reboot Steven Spielberg’s ‘Amazing Stories’ anthology series

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Apple has reportedly signed a deal with Amblin Television and NBCUniversal to revive "Amazing Stories," an anthology series created by Steven Spielberg that ran for two seasons in the 1980s.
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Apple’s big jump into original content will start with Steven Spielberg’s Amazing Stories

It’s been clear that Apple has been looking to expand into the world of original content, and now The Wall Street Journal is reporting that the company has struck a deal to revive the Steven Spielberg anthology series Amazing Stories. The filmmaker’s Amblin Entertainment production company will be producing 10 episodes of the new series with NBCUniversal’s television production unit, with a budget of $ 5 million earmarked per episode. No details about Spielberg’s specific involvement as a director are mentioned, but according to the report, he will likely serve as an executive producer on the new series.

The original Amazing Stories, which ran from 1985 to 1987, was Spielberg’s attempt to create an updated Twilight Zone or The Outer…

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Steven Soderbergh and HBO’s mini-series Mosaic will be interactive via an app

Have you ever become so frustrated watching a TV show or movie you wish you could get inside a character’s head to know what they were thinking? A new TV show from HBO and Academy Award winner Steven Soderbergh promises viewers will be able to do just that — by following different characters’ points of view through an iOS app. Called Mosaic, the six-part TV series will air in January 2018. But, before then, viewers can download an app from November that will enable them to choose a character and follow their specific experiences.

The different choices you can make in the app will build on one another, which can sometimes produce different endings. Soderbergh says the show was produced with the app in mind, so it seems like it will play a…

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