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Amazon Prime’s New Releases Coming in August 2020



‘Peanut Butter Falcon’

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Viewers looking for their next quarantine watch will have plenty of new options to choose from on Amazon Prime in August.

Fresh titles coming to the streaming platform this month include beloved films like Steel Magnolias (1989), Top Gun (1986) and Four Weddings and a Funeral (1994); the 2019 awards-season favorite Peanut Butter Falcon; the Nancy Meyers comedies Something’s Gotta Give (2003) and The Holiday (2006); and Christopher Nolan dream thriller Inception (2010). Amazon will additionally be premiering its own film, the romantic drama and YA-novel adaptation Chemical Hearts, starring Lili Reinhart and Austin Abrams.

On the television front, Amazon is unveiling a new adventure reality show, World’s Toughest Race: Eco Challenge Fiji, wherein 66 international teams race across Fiji, and new seasons of Clifford and Jessy & Nessy.

Also arriving on the platform in August: Amazon Virtual-Con, a first-ever event bringing together talent and creatives from new and upcoming Amazon shows including Utopia, Upload, Truth Seekers and The Boys. For those who want to stream together while social distancing, the platform has additionally created a “Prime Video Watch Party” function akin to similar recent offerings from Netflix and Hulu.

Missed what came to Amazon Prime last month? Check out the July additions here.

See Amazon Prime’s full August offerings below.

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See full list of 2020 Emmy Award nominations!!!



The Emmys have introduced the nominations for this season’s award ceremony – see the complete checklist below.

Taking place today (July 28) in a digital event, the nominations had been hosted by Saturday Night Live alumnae Leslie Jones and streamed live on the Emmys website. Presenters for the event included Laverne Cox, Josh Gad, and Tatiana Maslany.

See a full list of this season’s awards below:


Anthony Anderson, Black-ish
Don Cheadle, Black Monday
Ted Danson, The Good Place
Michael Douglas, The Kominsky Method
Eugene Levy, Schitt’s Creek
Ramy Youssef, Ramy

It is a creating story so test again for updates because the nominations are introduced.

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Total Overdose: Why The Franchise Should Revive ASAP?



You all remember the third-person shooter Total Overdose; the game was thoroughly enjoyed by the fans. The storyline and the mechanics were to the point at that time, and the game got positive reviews by the gamers.

It’s been 15 years since there is nothing new from the franchise, and now its high time to revive the franchise as soon as possible.

Total Overdose

Total Overdose could be revived in many ways, such as a possible sequel could be developed to create the hype once again, and new gamers get the chance to play the game with the introduction of modern technologies of gaming.

Is It Possible?

However, it’s totally possible that a new game could be on its way, but there are not any speculations regarding its release. So we can rule out its possibility as the project is not seriously considered by Render wire. A newer version could be a game-changer as it could compare with the likes of Max Payne and new title Control as the mechanics are pretty similar to these games.

Source: GameSpot

Remastered Version

Another way to revive the franchise is to bring a remastered version of the game. In the modern era of gaming, remastered versions play a vital role and much appreciated by the gamers population. The same storyline with improved textures and graphics, this is what games want nowadays as games nowadays lack the long storyline to complete but enriched with high-tech graphics.

So the remastered version could come to the aid to revive the franchise once again as the game desperately needs a rework. It is apparent that the game was compared with the likes of GTA at that time, and it could be a worthy contender to get remastered.

But in our opinion, the game should have its next installment with better graphics and a fresh storyline.

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Who’s the Boss? Revival in the Works, Starring Tony Danza and Alyssa Milano



That eternal TV question may finally get answered: A revival of Who’s the Boss? is in development, with original stars Tony Danza and Alyssa Milano returning to reprise their roles, our sister site Deadline reports.

The sequel series, which will be shopped to networks and streaming services by producers Sony Pictures Television, will take place 30 years later, with Milano’s Samantha now grown up and a single mother, living in the same house as the original series. The new take “will explore generational differences, as well as opposing world views and parenting styles within the dynamic of a modern family in 2020.”

Original stars Judith Light (Angela) and Danny Pintauro (Jonathan) aren’t slated to appear as of yet, but they are “supportive of the new series,” and producers hope to find a way to work them in. Katherine Helmond, who co-starred as Angela’s sassy mother Mona, passed away last year.

Debuting on ABC in 1984, Who’s the Boss? starred Danza as former ball player Tony Micelli, who took a job working as a housekeeper for yuppie businesswoman Angela (Light), moving into her Connecticut home along with his daughter Samantha. The series became a Top Ten Nielsen hit and ran for eight seasons, ending its run in 1992 after a total of 196 episodes.

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