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Spotify’s recipe and the future of newspapers

A few years ago music and cinema were in trouble like the newspapers today. Digital had smashed their business model and paved the way for piracy. Who will pay more to listen to a song or watch a movie if they can do it for free? This we asked ourselves disconsolately. Streaming was the devil. Ten years more or less have passed and streaming is rebuilding what it destroyed: economic sustainability, remuneration for artists. The merit is of the platforms: of Netflix for cinema which paved the way for all the others; and Spotify which did the same for music. Actually, cinema has not yet recovered all the lost ground and for many the feeling that even after the end of the pandemic we will no longer return to cinemas constitutes a mourning. Great cinema on a smartphone is hard to accept. For music, however, the data are clear: the world turnover of this decade is in the shape of a U. We are back where we were.

A few days ago the founder and head of Spotify Daniel Ek recalled the beginnings “when the reality was that there weren’t all these people who woke up in the morning saying I want to find a streaming music service to subscribe to, there weren’t any ; but there were so many people who wanted to listen to music and when they tried Spotify they changed their minds and many of those who said I will never pay to listen to music, subscribed convinced by the characteristics of the platforms or for our system of recommendations. And they started to pay”.

With cinema and Netflix it went in a similar way: the secret ingredient that convinced millions of people to pay for what they had for free was not only the content but the continuous innovation. The fact that the platform improves. Hearing a song from a CD or streaming is apparently the same thing, we always talk about digital: but streaming enables a data analysis and personalization system that makes the user experience more and more engaging. Deserving of a price. Could the same happen to the newspapers? Why didn’t it happen? Why every time someone tried to launch a News Spotify has basically failed? From honest answers to these questions comes the possibility of saving journalism in the digital age.

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Varsity Blues, Last Chance U, Formula 1’ And More – BroBible

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So, are we allowed to go out and watch a movie at a theater without rolling the dice with our or other people’s health? No? Not yet? Well then, thank goodness we still have Netflix who just released their list of what’s new for the month of March (as well as what will be leaving the service) so we can still have some fun during our never-ending social distancing and semi-self-isolation.

Some highlights for the third month of 2021 include Netflix Originals like Operation: Varsity Blues, Formula 1: Drive to Survive, Murder Among the Mormons, Last Chance U: Basketball, and Biggie: I Got a Story to Tell.

Other films and shows being added to Netflix in March include Jiu Jitsu, Dances with Wolves, Rain Man, The Pursuit of Happyness, and Training Day.

Better hurry though on some other titles, because several shows and movies like Spring Breakers, Silver Linings Playbook, Ghost Rider, Enter the Dragon, and Molly’s Game will be going to be going, going, gone in March.

Check out the rest of the Netflix adds and drops for the month of March 2021…

March TBA
Abla Fahita: Drama Queen – Netflix Original (Egypt)
ARASHI’s Diary Voyage ep24 — Netflix Documentary (Japan)
The Yin Yang Master — Netflix Film

March 1
Biggie: I Got a Story to Tell — Netflix Documentary
Batman Begins (2005)
Blanche Gardin: Good White Night (2021)
Crazy, Stupid, Love (2011)
Dances with Wolves (1990)
DC Super Hero Girls: Season 1
I Am Legend (2007)
Invictus (2009)
Jason X (2001)
Killing Gunther (2017)
LEGO Marvel Spider-Man: Vexed by Venom (2019)
Nights in Rodanthe (2008)
Power Rangers Beast Morphers: S2
Rain Man (1988)
Step Up: Revolution (2012)
Tenacious D in The Pick of Destiny (2006)
The Dark Knight (2008)
The Pursuit of Happyness (2006)
Training Day (2001)
Two Weeks Notice (2002)
Year One (2009)

March 2
Black or White (2014)
Word Party: Season 5 — Netflix Family

March 3
Moxie — Netflix Film
Murder Among the Mormons — Netflix Documentary
Parker (2013)
Safe Haven (2013)

March 4
Pacific Rim: The Black — Netflix Anime

March 5
City of Ghosts — Netflix Family
Dogwashers — Netflix Film (Colombia)
Nevenka: Breaking the Silence — Netflix Documentary (Spain)
Pokémon Journeys: The Series: Part 4 — Netflix Family (Japan)
Sentinel – Netflix Film (France)

March 8
Bombay Begums — Netflix Original (India)
Bombay Rose — Netflix Film (France)

March 9
The Houseboat — Netflix Original (Germany)
StarBeam: Season 3 — Netflix Family (Canada)

March 10
Dealer — Netflix Original (France)
Last Chance U: Basketball — Netflix Documentary
Marriage or Mortgage — Netflix Original

March 11
The Block Island Sound (2020)
Coven of Sisters — Netflix Film (Spain)

March 12
Love Alarm: Season 2 — Netflix Original (South Korea)
The One — Netflix Original (Great Britain)
Paper Lives — Netflix Film (Turkey)
Paradise PD: Part 3 — Netflix Original
YES DAY — Netflix Film

March 14
Audrey (2020)

March 15
Bakugan: Armored Alliance
The BFG (2016)
The Last Blockbuster (2020)
The Lost Pirate Kingdom — Netflix Original
Zero Chill — Netflix Family (Great Britain)

March 16
RebellComedy: Straight Outta the Zoo — Netflix Comedy Special (Germany)
Savages (2012)
Waffles + Mochi — Netflix Family

March 17
Operation Varsity Blues: The College Admissions Scandal — Netflix Documentary
Under Suspicion: Uncovering the Wesphael Case — Netflix Original (Belgium)

March 18
B: The Beginning Succession — Netflix Anime
Goats of the Plague – Netflix Film (Brazil)
Deadly Illusions (2021)
The Fluffy Movie (2014)
Nate Bargatze: The Greatest Average American — Netflix Comedy Special
Skylines (2020)

March 19
Alien TV: Season 2 — Netflix Family (Canada)
Country Comfort — Netflix Family
Formula 1: Drive to Survive: Season 3 — Netflix Original
Sky Rojo — Netflix Original (Spain)

March 20
Jiu Jitsu (2020)

March 22
Navillera — Netflix Original (South Korea)
Philomena (2013)

March 23
Loyiso Gola: Unlearning — Netflix Comedy Special (South Africa)

March 24
Seaspiracy — Netflix Documentary
Who Killed Sara? — Netflix Original (Mexico)

March 25
Caught by a Wave — Netflix Film (Italy)
DOTA: Dragon’s Blood — Netflix Anime
Millennials: Season 3
Secret Magic Control Agency — Netflix Family (Russia)

March 26
A Week Away — Netflix Film (Trailer)
Bad Trip — Netflix Film
Big Time Rush: Seasons 1-4
Croupier (1998)
The Irregulars — Netflix Original (Great Britain)
Magic for Humans by Mago Pop — Netflix Original
Nailed It!: Double Trouble — Netflix Original

March 29
Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom (2013)
Rainbow High: Season 1

March 30
7 Yards: The Chris Norton Story (2020)
Octonauts & the Ring of Fire — Netflix Family (Great Britain)

March 31
At Eternity’s Gate (2018)
Haunted: Latin America — Netflix Original

LAST CALL – TITLES LEAVING NETFLIX IN MARCH

Leaving March 3
Rectify: Seasons 1-4

Leaving March 7
Hunter X Hunter (2011): Seasons 1-3

Leaving March 8
Apollo 18 (2011)
The Young Offenders (2016)

Leaving March 9
November Criminals (2017)
The Boss’s Daughter (2015)

Leaving March 10
Last Ferry (2019)
Summer Night (2019)

Leaving March 13
Spring Breakers (2012)
The Outsider (2019)

Leaving March 14
Aftermath (2017)
Marvel & ESPN Films Present: 1 of 1: Genesis
The Assignment (2016)
The Student (2017)

Leaving March 15
Chicken Little (2005)

Leaving March 16
Deep Undercover: Collections 1-3
Love Dot Com: The Social Experiment (2019)
Silver Linings Playbook (2012)

Leaving March 17
All About Nina (2018)
Come and Find Me (2016)

Leaving March 20
Conor McGregor: Notorious (2017)

Leaving March 22
Agatha and the Truth of Murder (2018)
I Don’t Know How She Does It (2011)

Leaving March 24
USS Indianapolis: Men of Courage (2016)

Leaving March 25
Blood Father (2016)
The Hurricane Heist (2018)

Leaving March 26
Ghost Rider (2007)

Leaving March 27
Domino (2019)

Leaving March 30
Extras: Seasons 1-2
Killing Them Softly (2012)
London Spy: Season 1
The House That Made Me: Seasons 1-3

Leaving March 31
Arthur (2011)
Chappaquiddick (2017)
Enter the Dragon (1973)
God’s Not Dead (2014)
Hedgehogs (2016)
Inception (2010)
Killer Klowns from Outer Space (1988)
Kung Fu Hustle (2004)
Molly’s Game (2017)
Money Talks (1997)
School Daze (1988)
Secret in Their Eyes (2015)
Sex and the City: The Movie (2008)
Sex and the City 2 (2010)
Sinister Circle (2017)
Skin Wars: Seasons 1-3
Taxi Driver (1976)
The Bye Bye Man (2017)
The Perks of Being a Wallflower (2012)
The Prince & Me (2004)
Weeds: Seasons 1-7

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What’s New on (and Leaving) Netflix in March 2021

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In the absence of broadly appealing new films and TV series (no Oscar hopefuls this month, I’m afraid), Netflix appears to be looking to the podcast market to figure out how to keep its massive subscriber base happy. Its new offerings in March include a host of documentary series and specials that I would totally listen to, were they podcasts. Will I watch? Well, I will not. (I haven’t even seen Ted Lasso yet.) But you might.

Operation: Varsity Blues (March 17) is sure to draw eyeballs, fascinated as we all were by the college admissions scandal that toppled such titans of culture as Felicity Huffman, Aunt Becky from Full House, and the fashion mogul who once designed a paper towel holder I bought at Target. Everyone is still pissed at the way these already-hads manipulated a system already weighted in their favor to get their kids into “good” colleges, and with good cause. The documentary feature comes from some of the same team that produced early pandemic sensation Tiger King.

Murder Among the Mormons (March 3) is the kind of lightly exploitative true-crime story that seems like it already was a podcast you subscribed to last year but forgot to listen to. It delves into a rash of bombings that terrorized Salt Lake City in the mid-1980s.

And an inspiring story of perseverance in the Hoop Dreams mold, Last Chance U: Basketball (March 10) is a spinoff from Netflix’s long-running series Last Chance U. It shifts the focus from football to collegiate basketball players who have struggled in their lives and studies and must play at the junior college level if they hope to get back into Division play.

If you prefer some more fiction in your TV viewing diet, I’m personally excited to see how well the Pacific Rim film series translates to anime in Pacific Rim: The Black, launching March 4 (giant robots in anime? It just might work!). The Irregulars (March 26) has great Buffy/Sabrina potential: a series about young paranormal crime fighters based on Sherlock Holmes’ famed “Baker Street Irregulars.”And then there’s Moxie (March 3), a dramedy film about a girl who launches a ‘zine to expose the sexism at her high school, which sounds pretty culturally relevant and is also the directorial debut of one Amy Poehler.

Here’s everything else coming to and leaving Netflix in March 2021.

What’s coming to Netflix in March 2021

Coming Soon (no date announced)

March 1

  • Biggie: I Got a Story to Tell — Netflix Documentary
  • Batman Begins (2005)
  • Blanche Gardin: Good White Night (2021)
  • Crazy, Stupid, Love (2011)
  • Dances with Wolves (1990)
  • DC Super Hero Girls: Season 1
  • I Am Legend (2007)
  • Invictus (2009)
  • Jason x (2001)
  • Killing Gunther (2017)
  • LEGO Marvel Spider-Man: Vexed by Venom (2019)
  • Nights in Rodanthe (2008)
  • Power Rangers Beast Morphers: S2
  • Rain Man (1988)
  • Step Up: Revolution (2012)
  • Tenacious D in The Pick of Destiny (2006)
  • The Dark Knight (2008)
  • The Pursuit of Happyness (2006)
  • Training Day (2001)
  • Two Weeks Notice (2002)
  • Year One (2009)

March 2

March 3

March 4

March 5

March 8

March 9

March 10

March 11

March 12

March 14

March 15

March 16

March 17

March 18

March 19

March 20

March 22

  • Navillera — Netflix Original (South Korea)
  • Philomena (2013)

March 23

March 24

March 25

March 26

  • A Week Away — Netflix Film (Trailer)
  • Bad Trip — Netflix Film
  • Big Time Rush: Seasons 1-4
  • Croupier (1998)
  • The Irregulars — Netflix Original (Great Britain)
  • Magic for Humans by Mago Pop — Netflix Original
  • Nailed It!: Double Trouble — Netflix Original

March 29

  • Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom (2013)
  • Rainbow High: Season 1

March 30

  • 7 Yards: The Chris Norton Story (2020)
  • Octonauts & the Ring of Fire — Netflix Family (Great Britain)

March 31

  • At Eternity’s Gate (2018)
  • Haunted: Latin America — Netflix Original

What’s leaving Netflix in March 2021

Leaving March 3

Leaving March 7

  • Hunter X Hunter (2011): Seasons 1-3

Leaving March 8

  • Apollo 18 (2011)
  • The Young Offenders (2016)

Leaving March 9

  • November Criminals (2017)
  • The Boss’s Daughter (2015)

Leaving March 10

  • Last Ferry (2019)
  • Summer Night (2019)

Leaving March 13

  • Spring Breakers (2012)
  • The Outsider (2019)

Leaving March 14

  • Aftermath (2017)
  • Marvel & ESPN Films Present: 1 of 1: Genesis
  • The Assignment (2016)
  • The Student (2017)

Leaving March 15

Leaving March 16

  • Deep Undercover: Collections 1-3
  • Love Dot Com: The Social Experiment (2019)
  • Silver Linings Playbook (2012)

Leaving March 17

  • All About Nina (2018)
  • Come and Find Me (2016)

Leaving March 20

  • Conor McGregor: Notorious (2017)

Leaving March 22

  • Agatha and the Truth of Murder (2018)
  • I Don’t Know How She Does It (2011)

Leaving March 24

  • USS Indianapolis: Men of Courage (2016)

Leaving March 25

  • Blood Father (2016)
  • The Hurricane Heist (2018)

Leaving March 26

Leaving March 27

Leaving March 30

  • Extras: Seasons 1-2
  • Killing Them Softly (2012)
  • London Spy: Season 1
  • The House That Made Me: Seasons 1-3

Leaving March 31

  • Arthur (2011)
  • Chappaquiddick (2017)
  • Enter the Dragon (1973)
  • God’s Not Dead (2014)
  • Hedgehogs (2016)
  • Inception (2010)
  • Killer Klowns from Outer Space (1988)
  • Kung Fu Hustle (2004)
  • Molly’s Game (2017)
  • Money Talks (1997)
  • School Daze (1988)
  • Secret in Their Eyes (2015)
  • Sex and the City: The Movie (2008)
  • Sex and the City 2 (2010)
  • Sinister Circle (2017)
  • Skin Wars: Seasons 1-3
  • Taxi Driver (1976)
  • The Bye Bye Man (2017)
  • The Perks of Being a Wallflower (2012)
  • The Prince & Me (2004)
  • Weeds: Seasons 1-7

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This is what Helena Zengel (12) says about the big Golden Globes night and “Uncle” Tom Hanks – BZ Berlin

She is only twelve years old, but has already played with Tom Hanks and is now nominated for a Golden Globe. How is the student Helena Zengel from Berlin doing before this big award ceremony in Hollywood? An interview.

Helena Zengel is actually in Berlin, but during the video interview she has the image of a barren, stony landscape behind her. It looks as if the twelve-year-old student is sitting in the middle of the prairie – similar to the western “News from the World”, in which she plays alongside Tom Hanks. She has been nominated for a Golden Globe for Best Supporting Actress for her performance.

Before the Globes on 28.2. in Hollywood, Helena Zengel tells in an interview with the dpa news agency how she is preparing for the Globe Night, what role Tom Hanks will continue to play in her life and whether the success has changed her.

Question: Do you already have plans for Globe Night that you will not spend in Hollywood but in Berlin? Do you know what to wear Do you have popcorn ready?

Helena Zengel: The award ceremony goes on for a relatively long time and the actors are usually closer to the end. We have a designer for the outfit. It’s going to be a kind of jumpsuit, but with a newfangled style. I will definitely get some popcorn! We are then in a very nice hotel – I think it will be a really great night!

Helena Zengel at the award ceremony in the Berlinale Palast (Photo: picture alliance / dpa)
Helena Zengel at the award ceremony in the Berlinale Palast (Photo: picture alliance / dpa)

The prizes are awarded according to our time in the middle of the night from Sunday to Monday. How do you stay up for so long?

Zengel: Monday I got free for school. On Saturday I will try to go to bed very late so that I can sleep as long as possible on Sunday. My breakfast is then in the hotel before the Golden Globe ceremony. My body should be able to adjust to this by sleeping at noon. That’s going to be fun! I always think awards are really cool.

You already had a lot of success with your previous film “Systemsprenger”, and now you have even been nominated for a Golden Globe. Has that changed your life in any way?

Sure, when you have such a great success and have been nominated for the Golden Globes, that’s crazy! That is really unbelievable and I am still very happy and very grateful for it. But I’m still completely normal. I’m still a school kid and only twelve years old. I really enjoy this big and blatant Hollywood parallel world – and yet I just want to stay on the ground.

Jefferson (Tom Hanks) travels with Johanna (Helena Zengel) through the USA (Photo: picture alliance / Everett Colle)
Jefferson (Tom Hanks) travels with Johanna (Helena Zengel) through the USA (Photo: picture alliance / Everett Colle)

But that’s not always easy, is it?

In fact, I don’t find it that hard to keep my feet on the ground. Tom Hanks, for example, is a total role model (…), he worked his way up from totally poor. And he never forgot where he started. So: even when you suddenly find yourself in Hollywood, I always find it very important that you remember it. That you know: everyone starts small and even if you make it big, you don’t have to take off and walk around like an arrogant I-don’t-know-what. You are also liked more if you stay natural.

Are you still in contact with Tom Hanks?

We actually still have a lot of contact, that’s definitely not the rule with him and of course I’m super grateful for that. We write emails, SMS – the Americans usually don’t have WhatsApp – and make calls every week, mostly via Skype. He’s like an uncle to me. We get on really, really well.

And do you do all of this in English?

Yes, he doesn’t speak German! He can now make “milk coffee” and “plum compote”, but that doesn’t do me much good.

After “Systemsprenger” you rewarded yourself with a trip. How was that now: Did you save the whole fee or treat yourself to something special?

Nope. I have a horse, we have a nice apartment. (…) But now I’ll save it first. Maybe for later, for my driver’s license, for the car, for the moped. At some point I want to live really well. With “Systemsprenger” I had wished that we would go on a long journey. “Systemsprenger” was a lot of fun, but it was a tough shoot. Four and a half months, every day except Sunday on the set, that was a very intense film. Mom promised me that we would have a really nice wellness holiday afterwards. And then we went around Italy, Spain and the region on the cruise ship. That was really nice.

The girl you play in the movie “Neues aus der Welt” is often sad or desperate. How do you do that

“How” is a difficult question for me. Because I think you’re born an actor. Sure, you’re not a baby and just start right away. But I think if you have it, you have it. I go to the set, tap the head and then off we go, (…) then I’m fully in my world, in my shooting world and just totally happy with everything. And when it says “cut”, then it’s over. And then I’m a twelve year old girl again, jumping around. For me this is something very natural and at the same time simply my dream job.

Helena Zengel has been nominated for a Golden Globe as a supporting actress in the western “News from the World” (Photo: picture alliance / Everett Colle)
Helena Zengel is nominated for a Golden Globe as a supporting actress in the western “News from the World” (Photo: picture alliance / Everett Colle)

Do you just flip a switch or do you need a moment to get in there?

I don’t say “I’m sad” and then like that (makes sad face). But – everyone tells me that too – it’s very easy for me to get in and out of the role. Sure, it might take time before you can really cry in a scene, but in principle: Yes, it goes pretty quickly for me. I know which scene is coming, I am focused and do it. I think that’s what people like about me, on set too: I’m not complicated in that sense. I don’t have to go to a corner and mourn myself, I just stop and be done!

What do you like about acting?

The really great thing is this kick when it says “… and, please”. Then you go into this scene and jump down on a trampoline in front of a green screen from the very top and think, “Wow, I made this scene”. And in the movie it looks like you’re jumping off a cliff. But I also just like the people you can get to know, the countries you see, the animals you can shoot with. Simply all the experiences you have. That’s just my passion.

The nice thing about the job is also: You can’t do anything wrong, you can only do it differently. It’s such an art, you can play so many roles, I just think it’s a breathtaking job. I never thought I’d be a really great actress one day. But that I’m on my way now is really great.

Tom Hanks and Helena Zengel in a film scene from “News from the World” (Photo: picture alliance / Everett Colle)

How about new projects now? Are you getting overwhelmed with offers from Hollywood?

At the moment we already have many offers (…) and also many closer discussions. You will definitely hear new things from me soon, but unfortunately I am not allowed to say anything about it yet.

The Oscar nominations will be announced soon after the Golden Globe Awards. Are the Oscars the next stop? Do you think of something like that?

(laughs) Yeah, sure, I know the Oscars are coming and of course it would be cool if the film got nominated, or even me – then I’d probably drop dead! I wouldn’t have any words, that would be incredibly blatant. But like I said: stay on the ground, don’t stiffen up and stay cool. (…) If at twelve I achieve everything that an actor wants to achieve, then there’s no room for improvement either.


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► Helena Zengel (12) on the way to becoming a Hollywood star


TO PERSON: Helena Zengel, born in Berlin in 2008, made her film debut at the age of five in the Spreewald thriller “Mörderische Wärme”. At the age of nine she then stood in front of the camera for Nora Fingscheidt’s “Systemsprenger” about an angry and traumatized girl and won a German Film Prize for best leading actress in 2019. This was followed by an offer from Hollywood – and Zengel shot next to Tom Hanks the western “Neues aus der Welt”, which can currently be seen on Netflix and which will later be released in theaters.

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Netflix will download content automatically based on your tastes

The platform Netflix Now it will download series and movies automatically, based on your tastes to offer offline content in Mexico so that the use of the application is much more profitable for users.

Netflix recently announced changes to its download system on mobile devices and the feature bears the name “Downloads for you”And wants to be an alternative for its users to have new content in” offline “mode, without the need for them to select it.

Until now, the Netflix app has always allowed you to download all the series Y films That you decide what you want to have and watch later without spending data, however, now, with this function Netflix will also download series and movies that you do not know, but that according to the data it has on the topics you like, it thinks you may be interested .

It may interest you: The 10 most popular movies and series this week on Netflix

Now all we have to do is go to the Settings and Autodownloads option and select up to five GB of space that we want to use for automatic downloads.

The application will tell us how many hours of content they will offer us with the amount of storage selected.

Now, we want you to discover your next new favorite series or movie, in a simple and fast way, whether you have a connection or not. “

By performing this step, Netflix will take care of downloading series or movies based on user tastes.

And very similar to other streaming services, we can select whether the download of episodes is done only when the device is connected via Wi-Fi.

As you already know, Netflix collects data about the content you see on its platform, and through it creates a profile with which to know what your personal tastes are.

With this, its algorithms try to offer you new content when you enter its application, personalized recommendations.

A very important detail is that we can assign space for each user profile, so that the content is not mixed.

It is worth mentioning that the function is already available on Android globally and is expected to enter tests on iOS soon.

The truth is that the Netflix streaming service is currently one of the strongest platforms in the world for its original productions and number of subscribers, and they know that the competition with HBO, Amazon Prime Video and Disney + is not something simple, and without counting Paramount + and HBO Max, which has already announced its content, will soon arrive in Latin America.

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That is why they seek to renew themselves day by day and that is what they did again with this new function and several more updates that are coming soon.

This is not the first novelty launched Netflix, since in recent months they offered two functions that users can already enjoy: the first was a modification for the public to listen to series and movies with only the audio, as if it were a podcast and then an option was added for people who they fall asleep watching some content, using a timer that schedules the application to close.

If you love comedies, but you have a long drive, or if you don’t want to miss the latest romantic movie, but you don’t have an internet connection, we help you to always have something new waiting for you, “says the statement on its website .

Something very important is that if the Downloads do not convince you, you can always deactivate them later by hand just as you have activated them.

And although the entire catalog can be downloaded, Netflix indicates that some series and movies may be limited in offline time or other restrictions because they are not their own and Netflix original titles, so they must deal with licenses with third parties.

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10 years later, Belinda returns to acting: she will do it on Netflix!

“We bite the apple a thousand times if necessary. The filming of the series ‘Welcome to Eden’ begins with Amaia Salamanca, Lola Rodríguez, Berta Vázquez, Ana Mena, Begoña Vargas, Belinda Peregrín, Sergio Momo and more ”, the publication reads.

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Belinda

The original series ‘Bienvenidos a Edén’, created and written by Joaquín Górriz (Disappeared) and Guillermo López (Trapped), will feature eight episodes directed by Daniel Benmayor (Xtremo) and Menna Fité (Merlí).

‘You are happy? With this question, Zoa and four other handsome young men, very active on social networks, are invited to the most exclusive party in history on a secret island, organized by the brand of a new drink. What starts out as an exciting journey will soon be completely transformed into the journey of a lifetime. But paradise is not really what it seems… Welcome to Eden ‘, is the synopsis of the story.

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Pelé, the documentary portrait of a wonderful imperfect

“I did not want to be Skin, I didn’t like it, I didn’t want to … “, says the former footballer himself about the days before the World Cup Mexico 70, that of his last consecration.

Edson Arantes He was the wonderful player who conquered three World Cups and became a balm for his country, but also the public figure criticized for his lack of political stance during the height of the Brazilian dictatorship.

That is why he is Pelé, but also Edson Arantes, two facets of an indivisible character whose chiaroscuro are accurately portrayed in the documentary that Netflix premieres this Tuesday.

The project produced by Kevin Macdonald, Oscar winner for The last king of Scotland It begins with an octogenarian Pelé who arrives in a walker to sit down for the interview that ties together the entire documentary.

On that stage, he drummed on a shoe drawer to commemorate his first bolero trade, when in his childhood he decided to help the economy at home because his father and hero, Dondinho, was not paid on the football team for which he played.

The cries of Pelé who scored the brutal amount of 1,283 goals in 1,367 games are a constant in the documentary, in which he recalls his father’s tears when Brazil lost the 1950 World Cup Final, that of the famous Maracanazo, whereupon the little boy told him not to worry because he would win that Cup one day.

At the age of 17, he obtained it for the first time in Sweden 58 and the black and white images of his heartbroken crying in the celebration after beating the local team causes another of the emotional moments in this project full of memorable archival images, such as those of the inauguration of Mexico 70 at Aztec stadium.

“Pelé made no difference, Pelé was the difference”says one of the interviewees, among whom are his sister María Lucía and former footballers such as Zagallo or Jairzinho, the singer Gilberto Gil, as well as his discoverer at Santos, Pepe, who says that since his first training at the Fish he was sure that it was a genius who would become the best player of all time.

THE BRAZILIAN DICTATORSHIP WAS ALWAYS CLOSE TO HIM

Young Brazilian women idealized Pelé as her boyfriend, the boys as their brother, the parents as their son, and everyone as their neighbor. Thus he became a person who did not know how many children he had outside of marriage, in the figure who did not reject any advertising contract, such as nor did he refuse invitations to visit the dictator Emílio Garrastazu Médici, despite the fact that Pelé knew that alarming things were happening in his country.

“I was informed that the president wanted to see me, he wanted to congratulate me and I went, but I was never forced to do anything, never, never,” he tells of the visit he made to Medici three days after scoring the thousandth goal of his career. in 1969.

Despite the fact that at the beginning of the documentary Pelé is celebrated as the figure who restored self-esteem to an entire country, who eradicated the feeling of “vira-lata” (street dog), later on the opinions of characters such as Paulo Cézar Lima, Pele’s partner in the Brazilian National Team.

“I love Pelé, but I can’t stop criticizing him. I thought that his behavior was like that of a submissive black man who accepts anything, who does not answer, who does not criticize, who does not judge, “recalls Lima while bowing as if imitating Pelé before the Brazilian government.

An opinion of the Brazilian icon would have had a strong social impactAccording to Lima, whose words contrast with those of the sports journalist and friend of Pelé, Play Kfouri, who applauds that for example Mohamed Ali He rebelled against the US government by refusing to go to the Vietnam War, with the exception that he knew that even going to jail for desertion, he would not take Pelé’s risks.

“(Ali) had no risk of being mistreated, of being tortured. Pelé did not have that guarantee “, he assures.

‘THE BEST TROPHY IS RELIEF’

Fantastic at dribbles, feints, spikes, cue passes and assists recovered thanks to filmic memory, the 10 Brazilian was a man who measured the risks, to the degree that he was determined not to participate in Mexico 70, even though he was 29 years old, because he was frustrated by not being able to play Chile 62 completely due to injury (even counted him as his second World Cup title), nor did England 66 because they literally diluted it with kicks, so that finally the green love was eliminated in the first round.

After that, Pelé accepts that he was always subjected to government pressure to return to the National Team, for all that his figure represented to appease social spirits. Although he assures that he went to Mexico to vindicate himself for what he could not achieve in the previous World Cups, he accepts that he suffered being him. Fortunately, he removed thorns with his triumph at the Azteca Stadium, 15 years before the end of the dictatorship in his country, with a championship that earned him to regain tranquility, not so much happiness, as a sentence in one of his last phrases from the documentary: “The great gift you receive in victory is not the Cup. It is relief.”

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Rockstar opens the hunt for fan versions of GTA 3 and GTA Vice City

Rockstar is most likely attempting to take two impressive GTA fan projects offline. That was to be expected, but it is still a shame.

Rockstar Games has filed for fan versions of GTA 3 and GTA Vice City to be taken offline. The developers report this (via Eurogamer).

Recently the source code for the games, Re and ReVC, appeared for free on the platform Github. The games have been reverse engineered – ‘sifted through’ to learn how the code was written – and then added various improvements. For example, bugs have been fixed, support for modern controller, an improved HUD menu and improved effects.

With the source code of the fan versions, other modders can get started with further improvements and ports for platforms like the Nintendo Switch. Yesterday, however, it turned out that Take-Two Interactive and Rockstar Games are the games offline based on copyright infringement.

Against Eurogamer project manager ‘aap’ says he was concerned about possible actions from Take-Two, despite emphasizing that the fan versions only work with an official copy of the game.

It is unclear whether the project will actually be taken off the air.

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