Tag: film news
This morning The Academy revealed their (much more diverse) nominees for the 90th awards show, with some history making choices. Come inside to check out all the nominees this year.
The AMC Theater chain is talking about instituting a variable pricing model for films, which would see the big blockbusters cost more for admission than other releases. The theater chain feels that it’s standard business practice in most industries to charge more for in-demand products, so they are considering bringing that practice to movie theaters.
I was graced with the opportunity to talk shop on The Alchemist Cookbook, a SXSW gem that saturated all three of its screenings with starved festival foodies, with writer/director Joel Potrykus. Buzzfeed has genred it horror, but I'd be damned before I stuck the film a label. Joel and I talk a little about what happened behind the scenes on this divisive, unignorable beast, of a film. Take a look.
In some unexpected news, China based studio Wanda has announced the purchase of Legendary Entertainment, the studio behind some of the biggest blockbusters in recent years. Come inside to check out all the details.
Directors’ trademarks is a series of articles that examines the “signatures” that filmmakers leave behind in their work. This month, with the release of The Hateful Eight, we’re examining the trademark style and calling signs of Quentin Tarantino as director.
The season finale of CWs the Flash has set up the introduction of the DC multiverse; a plot element that has been confirmed by series star Grant Gustin. We’ll see “Earth One and Earth Two in the near future.” Does this open up the possibility of the DC TV universe to connect to the film continuity?
With Spider-Man joining the MCU, people have been wondering whether the rebooted web-spinner would be the Peter Parker version or will he be the Miles Morales incarnation. Marvel Entertainment head honcho Kevin Feige has now answered that question…Peter Parker is back for a third go-round.
Early into production of the next James Bond film, Spectre, leading man Daniel Craig suffered a knee injury on the set. Craig had to have surgery to repair the damage. Will the film still make its November release date?
Robert Downey Jr., the man inside the Iron Man armor, has teased a big reveal on his personal Twitter account. Apparently, the big news is going to break on Good Morning America tomorrow (Tuesday) morning. What could this announcement be? Cinelinx looks at the clues.