SALT LAKE CITY — So many commercials, so many reactions.
Adweek has your real-time reviews of all the ads airing during Super Bowl LIII right after they hit the airwaves. See the spots, and what we thought, from the second quarter and halftime below.
Believe it or not, Amazon Prime Video's X-Ray feature hasn't been available on Apple TV. While it hasn't been a huge inconvenience, it's a conspicuous omission when it has long been available on Amazon gear, consoles and other devices. At last, there's some parity -- Amazon has quietly introduced the feature to Apple's set top box. Pause a video or swipe up and you'll get the IMDb-powered info for any show that supports X-Ray. You can identify a familiar-looking actor, learn about the music or discover trivia about a scene.
Emily Blunt and John Krasinski are fan favorites. While they’ve been married for almost a decade, they’ve flown under the radar when it comes to becoming an infamous Hollywood power couple.
On Sunday, Amazon Prime Video announced that blockbuster Sandalwood film KGF: Chapter 1 would start streaming on February 5. Prime Video had announced that it had obtained the digital rights for the film earlier on Sunday. The release of the film in theatres was marked by a huge hype created around the film's budget and the possibility of a box office success.
Tonight in a Super Bowl commercial, Amazon gifted viewers with the first episode of its new Prime Original TV show, Hanna. Immediately following the big game, the first installment of the new series will be available to subscribers.
The big game always means big trailers, and this year was no exception with fresh looks at Avengers: Endgame, Captain Marvel, CBS All Access’s reboot of The Twilight Zone, Netflix’s nature documentary series Our Planet, and our first look at season 3 of Hulu’s The Handmaid’s Tale. Plus, CBS Films dropped three mini teasers for the Guillermo del Toro-produced horror flick, Scary Stories to Tell In the Dark. And that was just in the first three quarters.
If you're looking for something to watch once the Super Bowl is over, Amazon has you covered. The trailer for their latest series, Hanna, reveals that the show's first episode premieres after the game.
The tried and true narrative trope of a battle-hardened older man molding a young girl into an efficient killing machine gets a new addition with Amazon Prime Video's electrifying action thriller, Hanna. Based on the 2011 film of the same name, and scripted by David Farr (co-writer of the movie), the series feels like a stylish sibling to Fox's Logan and Naughty Dog's The Last of Us. And while you've probably seen this storytelling method before, Hanna stands apart with thrilling action and memorable performances from Joel Kinnaman (Altered Carbon) and Esme Creed-Miles (Dark River).