Awards season is about to get real. End of the year lists have already started to roll in and this week, shiny little statues will begin to be handed out to those films that you just might get around to seeing in like February or something. Us critics get all excited about this time of year, it’s that time when we are seemingly rewarded for slogging through months of reboots, sequels, and the just plain bad, with something much closer…
It’s been 8 years since we were last got our on-screen taste of Mr. Fantastic, the Human Torch, the Invisible Woman and Thing. However this year will see another Marvel revival which finds the Fantastic Four franchise reboot itself into a “contemporary re-imagining”. Chronicle helmer Josh …
Every so often, agreements are reached that change markets and industries. The worlds of cinema and gaming experienced this recently, when Sony Pictures and Marvel Studios came together to announce an historic agreement over the rights to the iconic character Spiderman.
All the highlights of the news from yesterday with stories on San Francisco International Film Festival unveils competition lineup and Will Ferrell partnering with Funny or Die and Major League Baseball for HBO special Ferrell Takes the Field to fight cancer.
All the highlights of the news from yesterday with stories on AMC Theaters, Regal Entertainment Group, Cinemark, Megaplex, Harkins, and National Amusements theaters planning The Ultimate Marvel Marathon with every single Marvel Studios film and HBO planning April launch of stand-alone streaming service HBO Now, possible partnership with Apple.
All the highlights of the news from yesterday with stories on Tribeca Film Festival announces 2015 competition lineup and Ruth Wilson not returning to Luther two-part event series.
All the highlights of the news from yesterday with stories on new Marvel and Sony Spider-Man film looking at Drew Goddard to write and direct, may be called Spectacular Spider-Man and Netflix sets summer premiere dates for Orange is the New Black, Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp, and Sense8.
All the highlights of the news from yesterday with stories on Disney XD rebooting Ducktales for 2017 and Lady Gaga starring in the next season of American Horror Story with subtitle Hotel.
Yesterday’s News: Arnold Schwarzenegger in Terminator Genisys Sequel & Jason Jones Leaving The Daily Show
All the highlights of the news from yesterday with stories on Arnold Schwarzenegger says he will return for Terminator Genisys sequel and Jason Jones leaving The Daily Show.
All the highlights of the news from yesterday with stories on the Museum of Modern Art and Film Society of Lincoln Center announced complete lineup for New Directors/New Films festival and Flula Borg lands title role in NBC comedy pilot Cuckoo.