The market value of chip designer and graphics card maker NVIDIA has reportedly surpassed Amazon on Monday for the first time in over 20 years.
According to Bloomberg, the company hit a market capitalisation of $1.83 trillion – overtaking Amazon’s $1.80 trillion to become the fourth most valuable US-listed company behind only Google’s Alphabet ($1.85 trillion), Apple ($2.9 trillion) and Microsoft ($3.1 trillion).
The company launched its mid-gen refresh – the GeForce RTX 40 Super GPUs – last month and reports have emerged recently that a custom Nvidia chip will be key to Nintendo‘s unannounced Switch successor. [Source: Bloomberg]
Adam Sandler and “Uncut Gems” co-director Josh Safdie are partnering together once again, this time for Sandler’s next comedy special for Netflix which will be a follow-up to Sandler’s 2018 stand-up film “Adam Sandler: 100% Fresh”.
Sandler is still attached to Safdie’s next film, his second solo directorial feature, co-starring Ben Affleck and Megan Thee Stallion. That project remains stalled at last report. [Source: The InSneider]
Coup de Chance
Woody Allen’s 50th film “Coup de Chance” is coming to the U.S. with an April 5th theatrical release followed by a digital/VOD release on April 12th.
Valerie Lemercier, Niels Schneider, Lou de Laage, Elsa Zylberstein and Melvil Poupaud in a tale of murder and intrigue that follows a beautiful couple living in Paris whose lives change when a former flame re-enters their orbit. [Source: Variety]
Margot Robbie’s production company LuckyChap Entertainment has signed a multi-year, first-look feature film deal with Warner Bros. Pictures to collaborate on future projects following their success together with “Barbie”. LuckyChap was also behind last year’s “Saltburn” and the upcoming Aubrey Plaza Sundance hit “My Old Ass”. [Source: Variety]
This year’s Super Bowl game between the Kansas City Chiefs and the San Francisco 49ers landed an average of 123.4 million viewers. The number of people who viewed any portion of the telecast was at 202.4 million.
That makes it the highest number of people watching the same broadcast in the history of television, and the largest audience ever for a single network. [Source: TV Line]