‘Game of Thrones’ finale torches previous ratings

The Iron Throne wasn’t the only thing incinerated during the series finale of Game of Thrones. Ratings were as well, as a record 19.3 million tuned in for the divisive series finale. Across HBO’s platforms (linear, HBO GO and HBO NOW), the finale easily beat the previous week’s record setting episode, “The Bells” 18.4 million … Continue reading “‘Game of Thrones’ finale torches previous ratings”

Penultimate ‘Game of Thrones’ delivers ultimate ratings

Game of Thrones’ controversial penultimate episode, entitled “The Bells,” which aired this past Sunday, was watched by a record 18.4 million viewers across HBO’s platforms (linear, HBO GO and HBO NOW), exceeding the previous series high of 17.8 million viewers two weeks ago for the episode “The Long Night,” focusing on the Battle of Winterfell. … Continue reading “Penultimate ‘Game of Thrones’ delivers ultimate ratings”

‘Game of Thrones’ premiere draws record audience

The fight for the Iron Throne is back and it’s back big. Game of Throne’s final season 8 premiere was watched by a record 17.4 million viewers Sunday night, April 14, across HBO’s platforms (linear, HBOGO and HBO NOW), exceeding the previous series high of 16.9 million viewers for the season seven finale. Compared to … Continue reading “‘Game of Thrones’ premiere draws record audience”

HBO reveals running times for final 6 ‘Game of Thrones’

Hold onto your dragon, Daenerys Targaryen. HBO has confirmed the debut dates and estimated running times for the final six episodes of Game of Thrones. Season 8 will debut on Sunday April 14 and air its final original episode on May 19. It was originally believed that these episodes would rival movie running times coming … Continue reading “HBO reveals running times for final 6 ‘Game of Thrones’”

REVIEW: Jenna Ortega kills in Netflix’s Wednesday

She’s creepy. Kooky. Mysteriously spooky. And witty. And gloriously dead(appropriate word choice here)pan. Welcome to the world of high-school-aged Wednesday Addams, embodied to perfection by Jenna Ortega (Scream). The Netflix series, created by Smallville’s Alfred Gough and Miles Millar, with support from Executive Producer, Tim Burton, who helmed the pilot, launched last Wednesday with 8 … Continue reading “REVIEW: Jenna Ortega kills in Netflix’s Wednesday”

REVIEW: Walking Dead ends … until next season

So, after eleven seasons, some high (missing you Frank Darabont), some low (how many seasons did we spend on Hershel’s farm?), and some in between (Negan seeking forgiveness) The Walking Dead as we know it came to an end last Sunday night. But the 90-minute finale didn’t really serve as a satisfying closure to the … Continue reading “REVIEW: Walking Dead ends … until next season”

Rings of Power: Does one ring rule the critics?

The Amazon original series, The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power, premiered Friday in America, but the first two episodes dropped in other time zones earlier in the week, and critics were allowed previous early access.  Amazon Prime’s description reads: Beginning in a time of relative peace, we follow an ensemble cast of … Continue reading “Rings of Power: Does one ring rule the critics?”

House of the Dragon premiere crashes HBO Max app

HBO made history Sunday night when the hotly anticipated Game of Thrones prequel, House of the Dragon premiered on HBO and HBO Max. The premiere drew 9.986 million viewers across linear and HBO Max platforms in the U.S. Sunday night, the largest audience for any new original series in the history of HBO. The premiere also … Continue reading “House of the Dragon premiere crashes HBO Max app”

HBO releases final trailer for House of The Dragon

We are less than 48 hours away from revisiting Westeros as the HBO Original drama series House of The Dragon, the prequel to Game of Thrones, debuts SUNDAY, AUGUST 21 at 9:00 p.m. ET/PT. New episodes of the ten-episode season will debut each week at the same time, leading up to the finale on October 23 on HBO … Continue reading “HBO releases final trailer for House of The Dragon”

Ben Affleck confirmed to appear in Aquaman sequel

Reduce Amber Heard’s screen time. Add Ben Affleck to your movie. Just another day in the DCEU. Rumors of Ben Affleck leaving the DC Entertainment Universe have apparently been greatly exaggerated and it seems Batfleck will be in the upcoming film Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom in addition to his appearance in The Flash!  Jason … Continue reading “Ben Affleck confirmed to appear in Aquaman sequel”

ALKEMY X adds Michael Porterfield as Head of 2D

As a part of its rapidly growing West Coast VFX team, Alkemy X has tapped Emmy-nominated VFX veteran Michael Porterfield as the company’s Head of 2D, based in Vancouver, British Columbia. With over 30 years of experience in visual effects, Porterfield will leverage his expertise in leading teams, with a keen eye toward cultivating creativity … Continue reading “ALKEMY X adds Michael Porterfield as Head of 2D”

REVIEW: Thor Love and Thunder’s many blunders

Back in 2011, Marvel was still in its infancy, rolling out “Phase One” of what would come to be known as The Infinity Saga. Following two Iron Man films and an Incredible Hulk film, we would come to meet the next Avenger-in-the-making, mighty Norse God of Thunder, Thor Odinson. Directed by the brilliant Kenneth Branagh, … Continue reading “REVIEW: Thor Love and Thunder’s many blunders”

Tom Cruise celebrates 60th bday the only way Tom Cruise would

For many, a 60th birthday means going to Denny’s for the Senior’s Special. For megastar, Tom Cruise, it would probably mean landing an out-of-control helicopter on top of that Denny’s, then run as the building explodes. No other actor today brings as much passion and surprise to a movie role than the actor who should … Continue reading “Tom Cruise celebrates 60th bday the only way Tom Cruise would”

Cannes Lions: Ad Council presents new creative for Love Has No Labels

Premiering at the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity, the Ad Council and R/GA launched a series of powerful new films from the iconic Love Has No Labels campaign using real stories to showcase how acts of love can drive inclusion, equity and justice. Building on the campaign’s longstanding effort to address bias, hate, and discrimination, the … Continue reading “Cannes Lions: Ad Council presents new creative for Love Has No Labels”

Witnesses for Amber Heard drop major Aquaman 2 spoilers

Warning: potential spoilers for the upcoming movie Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom Since April 12, Fairfax County Circuit Judge Penney Azcarate has been hearing testimony regarding alleged abuse at the hands of both Johnny Depp and Amber Heard against each other as Depp is suing her for $50 million over a December 2018 op-ed she … Continue reading “Witnesses for Amber Heard drop major Aquaman 2 spoilers”

Watch the first teaser for Mission Impossible: Dead Reckoning

The Real 360 News team has long held the belief that Tom Cruise and his Mission Impossible partner, writer/director Christopher McQuarrie, have been doing James Bond better than James Bond. As much as we enjoyed Daniel Craig’s last turn as 007 in No Time to Die, the franchise lately just does not hold a candle … Continue reading “Watch the first teaser for Mission Impossible: Dead Reckoning”

Lexus on mission to save world in disaster flick, Moonfall

Buckle up and brace yourself for the ride of a lifetime. Lexus is taking on yet another exciting role as Liongate’s official automotive partner on the epic new sci-fi disaster film, Moonfall, from internationally renowned director Roland Emmerich, in theaters on February 4, 2022. In Moonfall, a mysterious force knocks the moon from its orbit … Continue reading “Lexus on mission to save world in disaster flick, Moonfall”

Framestore bolsters creative leadership with Victoria Osborn, Brian Drucker

Oscar-winning creative studio Framestore announced today that it has expanded its creative leadership team in New York with the appointments of Victoria Osborn as Creative Director, VFX Supervisor and Brian Drucker as Creative Director, Design. With over 20 years of industry experience, Osborn will report to New York Managing Director Charles Howell and work closely … Continue reading “Framestore bolsters creative leadership with Victoria Osborn, Brian Drucker”

First Look: Peacemaker, Westworld, Flight Attendant, Barry, Euphoria and more

Today HBO Max released a new campaign introducing the streamer’s unprecedented line-up for 2022, featuring highly anticipated original programming, Warner Bros. films made exclusively for HBO Max, new content from beloved DC and Wizarding World franchises, hit movies, and more. Following a year marked by groundbreaking hits, the spot signifies HBO Max’s continued commitment to deliver audiences … Continue reading “First Look: Peacemaker, Westworld, Flight Attendant, Barry, Euphoria and more”

New House of Dragons teaser promises betrayal, gods and… dragons

We are going back in time. 200 years before the fall of the Iron Throne to be exact. HBO has released the first official teaser for its upcoming drama series, House of the Dragon. The teaser was first unveiled as part of yesterday’s HBO Max Europe launch event. Based on author George R.R. Martin’s Fire & … Continue reading “New House of Dragons teaser promises betrayal, gods and… dragons”