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That Back To The Future hoax last month isn’t the last you’ve heard of Marty McFly. Michael J. Fox and Christopher Lloyd will return to cinema screens this October, with the original Back To The Future movie re-released to commemorate everyone’s favourite gadget-packed trilogy being released on Blu-ray. There’s a new trailer too, check it out after the break.

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Cineworld just upgraded the 3D glasses on offer at its cinemas, plumping for aviator-style specs that mean you won’t look a complete dork when you leave the multiplex forgetting you’ve still got them on.

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The Philips Cinema 21:9 TV, the world’s first super widescreen TV for movie viewing, has finally been priced and dated. Want to know how much damage a Philips Cinema 21:9 TV will do to your wallet? Brace yourself.

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An NVIDIA graphics update for the Apple MacBook line has been causing much larger problems than it was meant to solve: it’s been busting external monitor connections left right and centre.

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Philips leaked its Cinema 21:9 super widescreen TV earlier this month, but it’s just given us a sneak peak in the flesh. Check out all the hands on pics of the Philips Cinema 21:9 after the jump!

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Sony 3D TV debuts at CES

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It’s not 3D TV, it’s not 3D OLED, but it’ll do nicely in place of them. Sony’s got a full colour 3D cinema system up and running, and while it’s going to be on display at the CES Sony stand, we’ve clocked it in jaw dropping action already: come and see after the jump!

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Batman CapeHoly Smoke Batfans, the wait is finally over as Dark Knight goes on general UK release today. Those wishing to show allegiance to the caped crusader and snag themselves a fine weekend party accessory look no further – The Batman Mega Cape is the ultimate dress-up set.

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Capcom gamesStreet Fighter might’ve flopped, as did Doom, and Tomb Raider, but that won’t stop Capcom milking its game franchises for all they’re worth at the cinema. It’s revealed plans to make a new batch of video nasties, based on its family of household-name game titles.

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