Elysium is now available to buy on the Video Unlimited service. In the year 2159, two classes of people exist: the very wealthy, who live on a pristine manmade space station called Elysium, and the rest, who live on an overpopulated, ruined Earth.Take home a piece of the action! Enter for your chance to win a poster signed by the cast of Elysium (ARV $100).
Here’s how to enter:
- Visit us on Facebook
- Comment on the question “Why does Max need a ticket to Elysium?” You’ll need to answer by Friday, November 29 11:59PM PST. US residents only, ages 18 and over only.
- We will select one random winner from the entries and contact that person via Facebook direct message by Tuesday, December 3.
See below for full rules and don’t forget to buy Elysium.
You may be enjoying all the great games you can play on your new PlayStation 4, but what about all the great movies and TV shows you could be watching? With the Video Unlimited service you can get the latest releases in film and TV, like the new episode of Sons of Anarchy or the hit high-speed thriller Fast & Furious 6 (Extended Version), all at lightning speeds through PlayStation Store.
Plus, the Video Unlimited service has all these great new features to make your ultimate digital entertainment experience even better, including instant streaming of new purchases that accounts for bandwidth to minimize buffering so you can watch immediately. Also, cloud storage of all your new purchases, eliminating unnecessary hard-drive clutter!
To access all of these purchases, simply go to the “My Videos” section on your PS4. See further details on how to access:
Grab your bow, and pack up your best batch of arrows because it’s time for the 75th Hunger Games to begin! That’s right, the dynamic district 12 duo of Katniss Everdeen and Peeta Mellark are back in the limelight as The Hunger Games: Catching Fire hits theaters today.
Today’s release got us thinking about other popular stories that evolved from hit book series to big screen adaptations. Amazing enough, the films that instantly came to mind were tied to some of the most successful movie series from the past two decades, including Lord of the Rings, Harry Potter and Twilight.
Take a look below at the list we compiled and tell us which one is your all-time favorite by commenting below.
- Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone
- The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring
- Jurassic Park
- The Hunger Games
- The Bourne Identity
- Casino Royale
- The Great Gatsby
- The Notebook
- The Da Vinci Code
Can’t get enough of The Hunger Games? Listen to The Hunger Games: Catching Fire original motion picture soundtrack, featuring tracks from The Lumineers, Imagine Dragons and more, now on the Music Unlimited service.
Tagged: The Hunger Games: Catching Fire
Big screen versions of young adult books, Sunday School stories and true events are all represented in this week’s Trailer Roundup along with more trailers for some great movies.
Divergent: The young adult adaptation gets a second, more explanatory trailer as it shows a future society that’s heavily segregated.
Other popular adaptations of young adult fiction to the big screen: Twilight, The Hunger Games, The Mortal Instruments
Noah: Director Darren Aronofsky takes on an epic of, quite frankly, Biblical proportions in this story of a big boat and a great flood.
More amazing films directed by Darren Aronofsky: Black Swan, The Wrestler
SNIKT! Are you ready for some action packed, comic book inspired, adamantium filled fun? Because Logan is back and The Wolverine Extended Cut is here!
Hugh Jackman returns to the big screen as The Wolverine and faces his ultimate nemesis in a thrilling life-or-death battle that takes him to modern day Japan. Pushed to his limits and vulnerable for the first time, Logan confronts lethal samurai steel and his inner struggle against his own immortality. It’s an epic battle that will leave him forever changed.
As a special bonus to PlayStation Store users, from 11/19 – 12/2, when you purchase The Wolverine Extended Cut you’ll receive a FREE 14th edition of the Marvel Wolverine: Infinite Comic digital comic book series. Get a whole new take on The Wolverine in his original comic book form! Plus, this series features an all new technique specifically designed for digital readers to give them a whole unique comic book reading experience.
Here’s how to redeem:
- Purchase the Extended Cut of The Wolverine in the US or Canada.
- You’ll then receive a unique code to access the Infinite comic via email. (sent via a confirmation email; please allow up to 5 days for delivery)
- Visit www.marvel.com/redeem
- Enter your voucher code in the space provided.
- Add to your cart and click continue.
- If you are not logged in or do not have a Marvel.com account, follow the on-screen instructions to register or Sign In.
- Check out and confirm your comic book redemption by clicking REDEEM.
- Your digital comic will then be available to read through the My Comics Section on comicstore.marvel.com and on the Marvel Comics App for iOS and AndroidTM devices, when you link with your Marvel account.
For legal terms and conditions, please visit www.sony.com/WolverineComic
This week’s New Release Recap is stocked to the brim! The team returns in the latest fast paced, heart pumping, nitrous filled chapter — Fast & Furious 6 (Extended Version). Plus, Hugh Jackman returns to the big screen as The Wolverine in the new The Wolverine (Extended Edition). Check out these titles and more below! Plus, don’t forget that from now through November 24th, for every $20 you spend on video titles in the PlayStation Store in the US and Canada, you get $5 credit back!
They’re back and just as fierce as ever! Vin Diesel, Paul Walker, Dwayne Johnson and Michelle Rodriguez return in the explosive, adrenaline pumping Fast & Furious 6 (Extended Version). Hobbs (Johnson) has been tracking a group of lethally skilled drivers, whose mastermind is aided by the love Dom (Diesel) thought was dead, Letty (Rodriguez). Knowing the only way to stop them from stealing a top secret weapon is to outmatch them on the streets, Hobbs comes to Dom and his elite team for help. In return for their service- full pardons for all of them and a chance to start over.
We’re unsure how it happened but some how Grown Ups 2’s comedic fab foursome were able to get their hands on kryptonite to temporarily stun newcomer Man of Steel and take this week’s top spot. Speaking of newcomers and comedian combinations, the laugh out loud duo of Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson worked their tails off this summer to help The Internship crack the top five.
Can’t decide whether you want to watch action or comedy tonight? Get the best of both worlds in the after-life law enforcement thriller R.I.P.D. or The Heat featuring Sandra Bullock and Identity Thief’s Melissa McCarthy.
So, without further ado, here’s the rest of this week’s VU Top 10.
- The Conjuring
- We’re the Millers
- The Heat
- 2 Guns
- Pacific Rim
- The Internship (Unrated)
- White House Down
- Man of Steel
- Grown Ups 2
Sony Network Entertainment International today announced that Video Unlimited, the company’s premium digital streaming video service, is now live on PlayStation®4 systems (PS4™).
The Video Unlimited service, available through the PlayStation®Store on PS4, offers a vast library of titles including first run blockbusters, catalog classics, and hit TV shows from major and many independent studios.
“As we’ve seen on PlayStation®3 and PlayStation®Vita systems, PlayStation fans love all forms of digital entertainment, whether it’s a blockbuster game or the latest Hollywood movie,” said Michael Aragon, Vice President and General Manager of Global Digital Video and Music Services at Sony Network Entertainment International. “Video Unlimited brings gamers all of the great video content they expect and delivers a totally new and fun experience on PS4™.”Rented and purchased movies and purchased TV episodes on the Video Unlimited service through the PS Store stream directly to PS4 and are available for access in the user’s library. Movies and TV episodes are available on the service in 1080p high definition or standard definition.
In addition to accessing video content through the PS Store, users can also access the Video Unlimited service in PS4’s “What’s New” area, providing one-click access to recently watched titles and other content that their friends have recently purchased, watched or rated. When users select the Video Unlimited app, they can also access their purchased and rented content and can get specific details on that content, including rental status and viewing progress.
Can’t make it to Las Vegas this Saturday, November 16th, to watch UFC 167 live and in person? Don’t worry we got you covered. Catch all the action happening within The Octagon™, including the highly anticipated main bout between current champion GSP (Georges St-Pierre) and Johny “Bigg Rigg” Hendricks through the Sony Entertainment Network Live Events Viewer app directly from your PS3.
Here’s how to download the Live Events Viewer app for free to get started:
- If you are in the United States, log on to the PlayStation Store on your PlayStation 3.
- Scroll down to TV Shows, then select UFC167. Click the “Watch Live” button in the UFC167 room.
- Download the Live Events Viewer and, once complete, find it on the XMB under TV/Video Services.
- Log on with your PSN or Sony Entertainment Network username and password.
- Purchase the event and then enjoy watching UFC 167 this Saturday (10PM ET/7PM PT) on the Live Events Viewer app.
Now that you’re in the know, “it’s time”, as Bruce Buffer says, to decide who to invite over and what munchies to snack on.
Tagged: Live Events Viewer, UFC 167
Michael Keaton wants to put robotic peacekeepers on the streets of America, Colin Farrell wants to piece together his love-torn past, and everyone’s favorite Time Lord faces his destiny, all in this week’s Trailer Roundup!
RoboCop: Samuel L. Jackson sells us on robotic peacekeepers in this new trailer for the RoboCop reboot.
Watch more action remakes here: Total Recall (2012), Predators (2010)
Winter’s Tale: Colin Farrell is a love-struck burglar who finds himself thrust far into the future, but with no memory and no idea who he is.