On November 3, the official YouTube channel of Disney Movies Anywhere uploaded a trailer for the Diamond Edition of 101 Dalmatians.
No films were released this year from Illumination Entertainment, as Minions was delayed from December 19 of this year to July 10, 2015 on September 20, 2013.
20th Century FoxEdit
New Line CinemaEdit
Shout! Factory released a trailer for the 30th Anniversary Edition DVD of My Little Pony: The Movie in November.
You are no longer allowed to play iTunes exclusives (such as copy protected .m4v movies or TV shows) on QuickTime as of this version. On the other hand, iOS 8 was released on September 17, along with the new iPhone 6. This version of iOS initially included iTunes 11.4, the last version that allows you to play copy-protected movies and TV shows on QuickTime.
Full stable support for 64-bit Windows operating systems was added on August 26.
Windows 8.1 Update was released on April 8.
Nickelodeon/Nick at NiteEdit
The first era of My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic ended late this year, when the Hub Network was replaced by this network.
My Little Pony
Diary of a Wimpy KidEdit
My Little PonyEdit
Uploaded to YouTube from March to June this year were eight animated shorts promoting My Little Pony: Equestria Girls: Rainbow Rocks.
Logos of 2014Edit
Currency of 2014Edit
The last more than 1.5 billion Series 2009 $1 bills and first more than 700 million Series 2013 bills entered circulation in 2014. At that time, only 12% of all $1 bills remaining in circulation were Series 2006.
By 2014, 31% of all $5 bills were Series 2013, 55% were Series 2009, and only 14% were Series 2006.
As new Series 2013 $10 bills began circulation, they comprised of 25% of all $10 bills, while the remaining 75% were Series 2009.
Almost 1.8 billion Series 2013 $20 bills entered circulation in 2014. They made up about 22% of all $20 bills, while 52% were Series 2009, and 26% were still Series 2006.
The first approximately 200 million Series 2013 $50 bills began circulation in 2014. They made up about 14% of all $50 bills, while 44% were Series 2009, and the remaining 42% were Series 2006.
The $100 bill continued as Series 2009A.