Summer Movie Guide: 2022 Edition

The Covid-19 lockdown is officially over and things are getting “back to normal” and that includes going to the movies this summer! With box office sales hitting 9 figures with movies like The Batman, Spider-Man: No Way Home, Sonic the Hedgehog 2, and Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, it’s obvious that movie lovers … Continue reading “Summer Movie Guide: 2022 Edition”

Threaded Pictures signs Director Josh Blaylock

Threaded Pictures announces the signing of Director Josh Blaylock to its roster and will represent him in the U.S. for commercial and branded content motion work. With a keen eye for composition and lighting, Blaylock is known for collaborating with his clients to bring fresh and innovative perspectives to food and other tabletop work. His … Continue reading “Threaded Pictures signs Director Josh Blaylock”

Regal Cinemas to close indefinitely

After the sobering news that MGM and EON have pushed back actor Daniel Craig’s hotly anticipated No Time to Die to April, 2021, Cineworld, the UK’s largest theater chain and parent of the United States Regal Cinemas, has announced that Regal will be closing indefinitely. According to Variety, the company’s theaters in The UK, Ireland and The … Continue reading “Regal Cinemas to close indefinitely”

Only 7% Americans likely to return to theaters in new poll

This is fairly dismal, potentially disastrous, news for movie theaters. In a new poll conducted by by Morning Consult on behalf of The Hollywood Reporter, many Americans are leery of returning to their local AMC or Cinemark when theaters do eventually reopen. 2200 people were polled and the results are not good. Only 7% of people … Continue reading “Only 7% Americans likely to return to theaters in new poll”

Prepare for the Death & Rebirth of Hollywood

Editor’s Note: This is a reprint of a blog that first appeared on Medium.com. It is reprinted with Richard Jane’s permission. Production, exhibition, and good old fashion power are all being violently uprooted in tinsel town and where we land twelve months from now is going to look very different from the last twenty years. … Continue reading “Prepare for the Death & Rebirth of Hollywood”

WB renames ‘Harley Quinn’ film to boost box office

That was fast. Although box office tracking for Birds of Prey (and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn) initially came in at $50 million domestically before Thursday’s early preview numbers were finalized, the film only grossed $33.2 million over the previous weekend. These numbers give Birds of Prey the lowest opening weekend gross for any DC Extended Universe film, but … Continue reading “WB renames ‘Harley Quinn’ film to boost box office”