Syfy developing television drama for Oculus Rift
Viewers who don't use Oculus Rift will be able to watch recaps of the virtual reality episodes to stay current on its storylines.
Liam Neeson's Korean war film sells to Germany, Taiwan
The actor stars as General Douglas MacArthur in "Operation Chromite," which tells the story of the secret mission X-Ray during the 1950 Korean War.
Paul Rudd, Steve Coogan to star in dramedy “An Ideal Home”
Coogan received two Oscar nominations for best film and best adapted screenplay for Philomena, which he also starred in.
Apple Music now enjoys over 11 million subscribers
It was reported last month (during Apple's quarterly earnings call) that there are 1 billion Apple devices in active use.
FM, U.S. Assistant Secretary of State talk Karabakh in Munich
During the meeting, the parties exchanged views on ways of further development of cooperation in various sectors.
Emily Blunt to lend voice to “My Little Pony” movie
She joins previously announced voice stars Kristin Chenoweth, Tara Strong, Cathy Weseluck, Andrea Libman, among others.
Margot Robbie to star in Vaughn Stein’s thriller “Terminal”
Robbie was most recently seen in “The Big Short” as herself and “Focus” alongside Will Smith.
Grammy winner St Vincent covers Rolling Stone's “Emotional Rescue”
The cover was recorded for the soundtrack to the movie 'A Bigger Splash', starring Tilda Swinton and Matthias Schoenaerts.
Russia sanctions stay in force until Ukraine deal implemented: Kerry
"Sanctions will remain in place until "the sovereignty of Ukraine is protected in execution of the Minsk agreements," Kerry said.
James Blake unveils new song “Modern Soul”
It is believed that Blake will drop his new album this year - after earlier revealing that it features both Kanye West and Bon Iver.
No Doubt replace Gwen Stefani with AFI frontman to from supergroup
Havok will act as lead singer for the as-year-unnamed band, which also comprises No Doubt's Tom Dumont, Tony Kanal and Adrian Young.
9000 shots fired by Azeri troops in ceasefire violations Feb 7-13
Nagorno Karabakh defense troops continue controlling the situation on the contact line and protecting their positions.
Woodstock 50th anniversary fest being planned
The most recent Woodstock, in 1999, saw performances by the likes of Rage Against The Machine, James Brown, and George Clinton.
Syrian army edges towards Islamic State bastion in Raqqa
The Observatory said Syrian troops were near Raqqa after making a rapid advance eastwards along a desert highway from Ithriya.
Film Factory, Mod board Adrian Caetano film noir “Burning Sun”
Vicente Canales’ Film Factory, which sold hits “Wild Tales” and “The Clan,” has acquired world sales rights.
Germany presses Moscow, Kiev to execute peace deal
"I am counting on it being clear to everyone in Kiev, Moscow that we no longer have forever to implement the Minsk deal," Steinmeier said.
Benedict Cumberbatch to narrate “Naples ’44” documentary
The film is based on the eponymous diary by British travel writer Norman Lewis about his experience as a British intelligence officer in Italy.
Eric Johnson to play Christian Grey's rival in "Fifty Shades of Darker"
Jamie Dornan is returning as Grey, the kinky billionaire, while Dakota Johnson is back as his love interest, Steele.
HBO's "Confirmation" trailer features Kerry Washington
The trailer captures her strong determination to bring up the truth amid intense media scrutiny and lies made up by the opposing party.
Nicolas Cage to topline upcoming horror-thriller “Mom and Dad”
The film follows teenagers who must survive a wild 24 hours, during which a mass hysteria causes parents to turn on their own kids.
Turkey, Saudi "could launch ground operation to fight IS in Syria"
"Saudi Arabia is also sending planes to Turkey, to Incirlik. They (Saudi officials) came, did a reconnaissance of the base," Cavusoglu said.
George Clooney’s “Suburbicon” heading to Paramount
It is set in the quiet family town where the best and worst of humanity is hilariously reflected through the deeds of seemingly ordinary people.
Wagner Gdikian to join Armenian national football team
Wagner Gdikian who currently plays for the Brazilian Corinthians, has extended his contract with the club for one more year.
Apple filming its first original show starring Dr. Dre, sources say
The series likely will be distributed via Apple Music, but it's not clear if Apple TV or other Apple platforms will be involved.
Mitsubishi uses WiFi, sound to locate people indoors
The sound-plus-WiFi approach would help you find a free space when you're driving in, and find your car when you're ready to head home.
“A Prophet” star joins Harrison Ford in “Official Secrets”
Justin Chadwick will direct from a screenplay by Sara and Gregory Bernstein based on the book “The Spy Who Tried to Stop a War”.
Charlotte Rampling, John Rhys-Davies join “Valley of the Gods”
The high concept fantasy film, which will shoot from May, is directed by Lech Majewski (“The Mill and the Cross”.)
Apple to reportedly release new iPhone, iPad Air 3 on March 18
Launching the new iPhone and iPad models so soon after introduction and not offering pre-orders would be a new strategy for Apple.
Iraq deploys hundreds of soldiers at base near Mosul
A ceremony was held to mark their deployment in Makhmur, which is within territory controlled by autonomous Kurdish government.
Iran ready to work with Saudi Arabia to put rivalries aside: FM
"Iran and Saudi Arabia cannot exclude each other from the region," Zarif said, referring to Riyadh as "our Saudi brothers."
Obama romance movie “Southside With You” sells to Miramax, Roadside
Richard Tanne wrote and directed the film, which will likely receive a wide release this summer.
Armenian church in Turkey to serve as center for culture
A historic Armenian church in Turkey's Manisa province is currently under repair to later serve as a center for education, culture and art.
Google killing Picasa to in favor of Photos
Google has already shut down Google+ photos in lieu of the newer service and linked Photos to your phone's native camera app.
Magnet Releasing nabs “The Eyes of My Mother” Sundance horror
“The Eyes of My Mother” follows Francisca, a young woman who has been unfazed by death from an early age after her mother.
YouTube acquires marketing music startup BandPage
YouTube's new acquisition is a marketing platform for musicians to connect with their fans and also promote their music on Facebook.
Kristen Stewart, Nicholas Hoult find love in "Equals" sci-fi trailer
In addition to Stewart and Hoult, the movie is supported by the likes of Jacki Weaver, Guy Pearce and Bel Powley among others.
Melissa McCarthy as a foul mouthed “Boss” in red band trailer
"The Boss" reunites McCarthy with her "Tammy" director, and real-life husband, Ben Falcone.
Pope Francis, Russian Patriarch embrace in historic meeting in Cuba
"In many countries, whole families, villages and cities of our brothers and sisters in Christ are exterminated," they said in a joint declaration.
Rebel groups in Syria pledge to continue fighting
They have expressed scepticism over a deal by world powers to push for a cessation of hostilities within a week.
Armenia retaliates to silence Azeri attacks on contact line
Azeri troops violated the ceasefire on the night of February 12-13, firing over 900 shots from various caliber weapons, including mortars.
U.S., Cuba to ink deal to resume commercial flights
The Obama administration is eager to make rapid progress on building trade and diplomatic ties with Cuba before the president leaves office.
Venezuela leader’s foes move to out him amid economic woes
Parliament speaker Henry Ramos Allup said proposals would be presented in a matter of days - rather than months.
Assad vows to retake all of Syria, keep fighting terrorism: AFP
Bashar al-Assad addressed the massive flow of refugees from his country, saying it was "up to Europe to stop giving cover to terrorists."
Polluted air causes 5.5m deaths a year: research
Most of these deaths are occurring in the rapidly developing economies of China and India.
China urges U.S. caution in possible missile system deployment
South Korea and the United States are expected to begin talks next week on possible deployment of the system.
FIFA Ethics Committee bans ex-Secretary General Jérôme Valcke
In consequence, Jérôme Valcke has been banned for 12 years from all football related activities and fined CHF 100,000.
“Nightwatch” helmer Ole Bornedal’s new drama adds cast
The feature follows two tradesmen, who, tired of their lifeless marriages, decide to hire a Russian contract killer to knock off their wives.
Nicolas Cage-Willem Dafoe thriller “Dog Eat Dog” finds buyers
Described as a gritty crime thriller about a kidnapping that goes horribly wrong, “Dog Eat Dog” was adapted from the Eddie Bunker novel.
BitTorrent unwraps $4.95 annual subscription for-ad-free uTorrent
There are extra benefits to signing up for the Pro incarnation, such as virus protection, customer support, and instant streaming.
IBM Watson, IBM BlueMix arrive in Armenia
Business leaders, technical professionals, people interested in IBM Watson's state of the art solutions participated in the event.