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“Malcolm & Marie” Trailer Highlights Zendaya And John David Washington

Today, Netflix released a first Trailer for Malcolm & Marie, another movie they hope will be an Academy Award contender for them. Starring Zendaya and John Davis Washington, this film from Sam Levinson is going to be one of the final potential awards season X factors. Will it be an[...]

Damien Chazelle’s “Babylon” Looks Towards A 2022 Release

One of the films most anticipated for this year was always going to be Damien Chazelle’s follow-up to the Oscar winning La La Land. The flick in question is Babylon, a look at Old Hollywood that initially was going to reunite Chazelle with Emma Stone, who won an Academy Award[...]

Independent Filmmaker Project (IFP) To Rebrand As The Gotham Film & Media Institute (Or The Gotham)

As of earlier today, get ready to refer to the Independent Film Project by a new name. Usually known as IFP, they are now going to be rebranding themselves. IFP will now be known as The Gotham Film & Media Institute, aka The Gotham. Tying into the 30th anniversary of[...]

Trailer Drops For “Locked Down” With Chiwetel Ejiofor And Anne Hathaway

Not all films complete stopped shooting last year when the Coronavirus pandemic hit. In fact, one particular flick managed to actually get produced during this pause in Hollywood. The movie in question? Locked Down (formerly known as Lockdown). Shot back in October under obviously strict COVID protocols, Doug Liman and[...]

“WandaVision” Gets A New TV Spot Ahead Of Its January 15th Premiere on Disney+

The Marvel Cinematic Universe is about to extend to the small screen. As you all know, the MCU has big plans with Disney+, tying in their upcoming series adventures to the next phase of big screen outings. First up, we have WandaVision, which is incredibly ambitious, as well as supposedly[...]

The Worst Year Ever At The Box Office Comes To A Close

This will surprise absolutely no one, but having movie theaters largely closed during 2020 was bad for the box office figures. Go figure, right? Well, now that 2020 is in the books, this final weekend of the box office for last year just hammers it home. Yes, some theaters are[...]

Last Year Was A Banner Year For Film Directed By Women

Those looking for a silver lining to 2020 can find one in a recent story out of Variety. Namely, it concerns how many women got to direct the highest grossing films of last year. On top of several of the choice independent movies of the year, blockbusters had more representation[...]

Welcome To 2021…

Folks, we did it! We made it out of 2020. Welcome to the 2021, which sounds like some random date in the future, but is now truly our present. Not only is it hopefully going to be an improvement on last year, it’s a clean slate for us all. After[...]

Goodbye (And Good Riddance) To 2020!

We’re hours away from finally closing the book on 2020. I don’t have to tell any of you how bad the year was in almost every conceivable way. The COVID-19 pandemic stopped the world in its tracks. Of course, that included cinemas and the film industry on the whole, for[...]

Did “Wonder Woman 1984” Give A Shot In The Arm To HBO Max?

A lot of fuss has been made over studios sending more and more product to their streaming services, where applicable. Obviously, the biggest news of that ilk was related to Warner Bros. and their choice of moving everything in 2021 to HBO Max, as well as making Wonder Woman 1984[...]