Hulu Plus Adds Chromecast Support for iPhone

Up until now only Android and iPad users could stream Hulu Plus using Google' s Chromecast, but today Hulu has added iPhone support. Chromecast allows users to stream movies, TV shows and music from Netflix, YouTube, Hulu Plus to their HDTV. Current Hulu Plus subscribers can download the iOS app for free from the Apple App Store now, and start streaming through Chromecast from their iPhones today.

Chromecast for iPhone

Hulu Plus is $7.99 a month and gives you unlimited access to popular TV shows, movies and Hulu Originals. However, the service is still supported by commercials so Hulu can "reduce the monthly subscription price." Hulu Plus can also be viewed directly on your iPad, iPhone and Apple TV and supports the PlayStation, Xbox and Nintendo Wii and Wii U.

Doctor Who Lost Episodes Enemy of the World and Web of Fear Now Available on iTunes

Nine Doctor Who episodes which were previously thought destroyed are now exclusively available on iTunes. The episodes "Web of Fear" and Patrick Troughton's six-part story "The Enemy of the World" were recently discovered at a TV station in Nigeria, and have been digitally remastered by the BBC.

Doctor Who Lost Episodes

iTunes users can now download all six episodes of "The Web of Fear" (episode three is still missing, but has been reconstructed using still image ‘telesnaps’ and original audio) and "The Enemy of the World" for $10, or for $2 per episode. Doctor Who fans can also pre-order the missing episodes on DVD for £13.99 from the BBC's online store. The limited edition DVDs will be available in early 2014.

This is the first time these episodes have been available to view in over 40 years.

Teaser Trailer Released For Funny or Die’s Upcoming Steve Jobs Biopic

Funny or Die has released the trailer for its Steve Jobs biopic parody entitled iSteve. Director Ryan Perez said the film originally started as a trailer, but grew into a 60 minute film. The movie looks at Steve Jobs' life based off his Wikipedia page, according to Perez. iSteve stars Justin Long (the Mac vs PC guy) as Jobs, James Urbaniak as Bill Gates and Jorge Garcia as Steve Wozniak.

iSteve is the third Steve Jobs movie in the works. Jobs, starring Ashton Kutcher and Josh Gadd, was originally slated to be released on April 19, before being pushed back by its distributor Open Road. Sony Pictures is also working on its own biopic based on Walter Isaacson’s best selling biography Steve Jobs.

New Horror Movie Encourages Cell Phone Usage in Theaters

A new Dutch horror film called App aims to make cell phone usage in theaters socially acceptable by allowing users to interact with the movie via their smartphones. Moviegoers are encouraged to download a free app from the App Store which uses special technology to send messages and images to the audience in real time.

Siri Horror Movie

2CFilm, who produced the movie, is touting App as the first movie with a "second screen", and promises the film will stand alone for those who prefer to keep their cell phones turned off. However, the producers didn't explain what happens when people using the app start to receive outside calls or texts during the movie.

Steve Jobs Biopic Starring Ashton Kutcher Gets a Release Date

jOBS, the Steve Jobs biopic starring Ashton Kutcher, will be released just a few days after Apple celebrates its 37th anniversary on April 19. Directed by Joshua Michael Stern and written by Matthew Whitely, the movie will chronicle Jobs' life and career from 1971 through 2001. The film is set to make its premiere at the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah, on January 25.


jOBS is from Open Road Films and Mark Hulme's Five Star Feature Films. It's not the Aaron Sorkin film based on Walter Isaacson’s bestselling biography being produce for Sony Pictures.


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