This week’s New Release Recap has several action-packed films to keep you on the edge of your seat. See all the action when you’re 40,000 feet in the air in Non-Stop, experience a double mission in Eastern Bandits and more. See the full New Release Recap below.

Non-Stop: Global star, Liam Neeson leads an all-star cast in this action thriller that takes place 40,000 feet in the air.


During a transatlantic flight from New York City to London, U.S. Air Marshall Bill Marks (Liam Neeson) begins to receive cryptic text messages demanding that he transfer $150 million from the government to an offshore account. If he doesn’t procure the money, a passenger will be killed every 20 minutes.

Eastern Bandits: This film about loyalty, brotherhood and ambition tells the heroic story of a band of rebels and how their ambition could ultimately lead to their destruction.


Youwang leads a posse of wandering bandits along with his fiercely loyal compatriots Kuei, San Pao, and Lady Dagger. The bandits set out on a double mission – both a rescue and a kidnapping – that will either make them legends or lead to their demise.

3 Days To Kill: This action-packed film explores two terrifying life events for an international spy: battling a terrorist and raising a teenage daughter.


Kevin Costner plays an international spy who abandons his exciting lifestyle in order to spend more time with his estranged wife and daughter. Before he can become a family man, he has to complete one last mission: track down one of the world’s most ruthless terrorists.

24: Live Another Day | Season 1: There’s never a dull day for international mystery man, Jack Bauer. This fresh take on the Emmy Award-winning drama continues the story of Bauer four years after the events of season 8.


The federal fugitive Jack Bauer has evaded capture with the aid of Chloe O’Brian. Bauer is apprehended by the CIA and forced to join an investigation into the threats against President James Heller.

Justice League: War: Our 99 cent rental of the week takes us to the shadows of Gotham City, where a mysterious and silent guardian lurks. Who is this, you ask? Batman, of course!


Batman teams up with Earth’s greatest super heroes including the Kryptonian alien Superman, the Amazonian envoy Wonder Woman, and the scarlet speedster The Flash, to battle an impending threat much more dangerous than any of them have faced before. Can this group of unlikely companions face evil without self-destructing?

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You can now share songs from Music Unlimited on PS4 to your Facebook and Twitter feeds, with the latest system software update for PlayStation 4 (v1.7).

How does it work?

  • Open your PS4 Music Unlimited app.
  • Highlight the song you’d like to share.
  • Hit the “Share” button your DUALSHOCK 4 controller.
  • Select the Facebook or Twitter icon to share to your feed.

Let us know what you’re sharing!

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Remember when super hero movies weren’t nearly as huge as they are today? All you have to do is look back about 15 years ago, just before X-Men hit theaters in 2000 and brought Wolverine, Professor X and the rest of Marvel’s Merry Band of Mutants to the big screen, kicking off a wave that continues to this day of capes, masks and form-fitting outfits to the big-screen.


With X-Men: Days of Future Past hitting theaters today (and hopefully clearing up some of the continuity issues that that have developed between 2000 and now), we thought it would be fun to roundup the various movies and TV shows that have featured the X-Men or its characters in some way.

Which one is your favorite? Leave a comment and let us know!

  1. X-Men: Days of Future Past
  2. X-Men
  3. X-Men: First Class
  4. X-Men: The Last Stand
  5. X-Men: Origins: Wolverine
  6. The Wolverine
  7. X-Men Evolution
  8. Marvel Knights: Astonishing X-Men: Unstoppable
  9. Wolverine and the X-Men
  10. Astonishing X-Men

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oasis_definitelymaybeThis week, we’re celebrating the 20th anniversary of one of the definitive albums — no, make that the definitive album — of the Britpop era, OasisDefinitely Maybe.

It wasn’t the feuding Manchester group’s most popular release — that would be the follow-up (What’s the Story) Morning Glory? — but its songs and swagger set the course for one of the most fertile periods of British guitar rock. In fact, the album’s influence can still be heard today in young artists like Jake Bugg and the Arctic Monkeys.

In addition to sing-along pub classics like “Live Forever,” “Supersonic” and “Cigarettes and Alcohol,” the remastered deluxe edition of Definitely Maybe, now available on Music Unlimited, also features a bounty of loud and leery B-sides, demos and live tracks that will send you running to your closet, searching for your parka and Adidas trainers.

Listen to Definitely Maybe (Remastered) [Deluxe Edition] now on Music Unlimited.

Check out more Britpop classics from Oasis.

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Get exclusive bonuses when you pre-order Destiny (PS4, PS3), uncover the mystery of a secret weapon in Transistor and more. See the full PlayStation Store update below.

Pre-order Destiny (PS4, PS3) and you’ll get exclusive access to the Destiny BETA. In this mythic science fiction game, you’ll become a legend as you take on the role as the last Guardian of Earth’s final city. Unleash your incredible powers as you explore the ancient ruins of our solar system.


Pre-order Ultra Street Fighter IV Upgrade DLC (PS3) and receive exclusive bonuses including a theme for your PS3 system’s XMB menu screen and Challengers Pack consisting of five unique character costumes. When the digital upgrade releases you’ll be able to play as Jungle Elena, Medieval Hugo, Pirate Poison, Wizard Rolento, and Gladiator Decapre.


Transistor (PS4) is a science-fiction-themed action role-playing game where you take on the role of a young woman with an extraordinary power. She possesses a secret weapon on unknown origin: The Transistor. As you fight through the futuristic world of Cloudbank you’ll experience every twist and turn of this rich story as you uncover the origin of the Transistor.


In the latest installment in the long-running Wolfenstein series, Wolfenstein: The New Order (PS4, PS3), you’ll join the super soldier B.J. Blazkowicz and a band of resistance fighters to uncover the truth behind an oppressive regime. In this single-player-only game you’ll experience all the workings of a classic shooter while you face an horrific enemy, battle massive mechs and unleash advanced weaponry.


Also available on the PlayStation store are Sparkle 2 (PS4, PS Vita), R-Type Dimensions (PS3) and Mugen Souls Z (PS3).

Receive an exclusive theme for your PS3 system’s XMB menu when you pre-order Drakengard 3 (PS3). The peace of this medieval world is disrupted when the eldest sister, Zero, attempts to murder her younger sisters with the help of her dragon, Mikhail. The Drakengard 3 C.E. Bundle (PS3) includes a digital download of Drakengard 3 and the following downloadable content: The Japanese Voice Pack, the Caim Garb, the Experimental Weapon 7 and more.


See the full list of new releases here.

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New Orleans baRoyalTeethBlognd Royal Teeth is riding high with the hit single, “Wild,” off its debut album, Glow. The song is  featured in the FIFA 13 game and the group recently performed it on American Idol.

It’s also the first song on the band’s Artist Picks Playlist, alongside other tunes from New Orleans’ eclectic musical history, from Preservation Hall Jazz Band to Mutemath and more. Check it out now on Music Unlimited.

Royal Teeth Artist Playlist

Royal Teeth – “Wild”
The Revivalists – “Criminal”
Big History – “Every Bone”
Trombone Shorty – “Do To Me”
Rebirth Brass Band – “The Dilemma”
Mutemath – “Blood Pressure”
Anders Osborne – “Send Me A Friend”
Sweet Crude – “Super Vilaine”
Generationals – “Ten Twenty Ten”
Dr. John – “Locked Down”
Preservation Hall Jazz Band – “That’s It!”
Andrew Duhon –  “Evelyn”
Harry Connick Jr. – “One Fine Thing”

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Transformers: Age of Extinction: This new trailer gives us a better look at both the movie’s story and the big freaking robots – including the Dinobots – it will feature.

Get caught up on the franchise to date: Transformers, Transformers: Dark of the Moon, Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen

Interstellar: This first full trailer for the movie shows an epic story of a near future where a group of individuals reaches out beyond the planet to try and find another world for humanity to survive on.

Enjoy these other movies from director Christopher Nolan: The Dark Knight, Inception

Cinderella: There’s no real first look at the live action version of the classic story, but we get the sense that it will somehow involve a very nice slipper.

If you’re in the mood for live action fairy tales, allow us to offer these suggestions: Alice in Wonderland, Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters

Wish I Was Here: After an enigmatic first trailer, this second preview shows more of the story behind Zack Braff’s touching family drama.

Go back to 2004 for Braff’s directorial debut: Garden State

Foxcatcher: A nearly unrecognizable Steve Carell is a more than slightly creepy coach to an up-and-coming wrestler.

This isn’t the first time Carell has gotten dramatic on film: The Way Way Back, Little Miss Sunshine

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  • Dutch house star Afrojack finally drops his debut album, Forget The World, which features guests like Snoop Dogg, Sting and Wiz Khalifa.
  • The Tonight Show house band The Roots deliver their latest concept album, And Then You Shoot Your Cousin.
  • American Idol Season 11 winner Phillip Phillips‘ second album, Behind The Light, includes the hit, “Raging Fire.”
  • Green Day‘s Demolicious features a bounty of demo recordings from the making of the band’s ¡UNO! ¡DOS! ¡TRÉ! album trilogy, plus the previously unreleased track, “State of Shock.”

Check out what’s new on the Music Unlimited service this week! Browse new albums below.

New Albums Available This Week [5/20/14]:

AfrojackForget The World
The RootsAnd Then You Shoot Your Cousin
Phillip PhillipsBehind The Light
Green DayDemolicious
Various ArtistsThe Fault In Our Stars: Music From The Motion Picture
Conor OberstUpside Down Mountain
Cradle of FilthTotal Fucking Darkness
The Flaming Lips7 Skies H3
The DoorsWeird Scenes Inside The Goldmine
OasisDefinitely Maybe (Re-Issue)
Roy OrbisonMystery Girl
R. KellyThe Essential R. Kelly
LCD Soundsystem the long goodbye (lcd soundsystem live at madison square garden)
The Brian Jonestown MassacreRevelation
American FootballAmerican Football (Deluxe)
BluGood To Be Home

New Singles Available This Week [5/20/14]:

Jason MrazLove Someone
Kimbra90′s Music
Lupe FiascoMission
Meek MillI Don’t Know
50 CentBig Rich Town
Robin ThickeGet Her Back

Coming Up Next Week [5/27/14]:

Adam LambertPlaylist: The Very Best Of Adam Lambert
Mayday ParadeMonsters In the Closet
The Ready SetThe Bad & The Better
Trash Talk No Peace
Neil YoungA Letter Home
Roll The TanksBroke Til Midnight
Mariah CareyMe. I Am Mariah… The Elusive Chanteuse
Nat King Cole – The Extraordinary
CrowderNeon Steeple
KissKISS 40
Austin MahoneThe Secret
Moe.No Guts, No Glory
PhishThe Line
Powerman 5000Builders Of The Future
SoundtrackAladdin Original Broadway Cast Recording
Shaliek Blood, Sweat, Tears
Hundred WatersThe Moon Rang Like a Bell
Sam SmithIn The Lonely Hour
Cher LloydSorry I’m Late

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This week’s New Release Recap has a mixture of films that all explore identity. Join a super human cyborg law enforcer in RoboCop, follow the story of a CIA analyst turned hardline operative in Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit and much more. See the full New Release Recap below.

RoboCop: This futuristic drama explores whether RoboCop is a mindless police cyborg or a man haunted by his past.


The year is 2028 and OmniCorp, the leader in robot technology, jumps at the chance to turn a good cop Alex Murphy (Joel Kinnaman) into a part-man, part-robot police officer. One thing OmniCorp didn’t count on was the humanity of the man in the machine.


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World Cup fever has his Music Unlimited with the release of One Love, One Rhythm – The 2014 FIFA World Cup Official Album. The new compilation features songs written and selected for the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil, including contributions from artists such as Pitbull, Jennifer Lopez, Santana, Wyclef Jean, Avicii, Aloe Blacc, Sergio Mendes, Shakira and so many others.

Listen now on Music Unlimited.


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