Sony pushes ‘Ghostbusters,’ ‘Morbius,’ to 2021

It was inevitable in the wake of the current coronavirus pandemic. And with chatter about theaters not re-opening until July, it only makes sense that Sony Pictures would push three of its upcoming tentpole releases into 2021. Originally scheduled for July 30, Spider-Man spinoff Morbius, the Living Vampire will now bow on March 19, 2021. Ghostbusters: Afterlife is moving from its … Continue reading “Sony pushes ‘Ghostbusters,’ ‘Morbius,’ to 2021”

‘Ghostbusters: Afterlife’ trailer is spirited

If Netflix’s Stranger Things and Stephen King’s IT had a baby, the upcoming film Ghostbusters: Afterlife might just be the result. That’s not a bad thing at all, especially coming on the heels of the 2016 dead on arrival reboot, the “progressive” female-led Ghostbusters. The trailer for the Columbia and Sony film, quickly introduces us … Continue reading “‘Ghostbusters: Afterlife’ trailer is spirited”

First BTS look at ‘Ghostbusters 2020’ cast

Writer/Director Jason Reitman (Juno, Up in the Air, The Frontrunner) has tweeted a behind-the-scenes look at Ghostbusters 2020, and it gives us a first glimpse of main cast members. Standing alongside Reitman are stars Carrie Coon, Stranger Things’ Finn Wolfhard and Captain Marvel’s McKenna Grace in costume alongside his father and the director of the … Continue reading “First BTS look at ‘Ghostbusters 2020’ cast”

Goodby spices things up with Kate Mckinnon, Dan Levy

To celebrate that love of chips and dip and everything people love to do with their friends, Tostitos has launched a new campaign, “For the Love of Chips and Dip and…” and are teaming up with comedic duo Kate McKinnon(SNL, Ghostbusters) and Dan Levy (Schitt’s Creek). Whether it’s doing karaoke and getting the lyrics wrong … Continue reading “Goodby spices things up with Kate Mckinnon, Dan Levy”

Legendary broadcaster Larry King passes at 87

Larry King, the highly respected, multi-award winning U.S. television and radio host, has died at the age of 87. King’s death was announced on his Twitter page on Saturday morning by Ora Media, the studio and network he co-founded. He died at the Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles just weeks after it was revealed … Continue reading “Legendary broadcaster Larry King passes at 87”

Our top ten episodes of ‘Supernatural’

Just over 15 years ago, on September 13, 2005, we were introduced to the Winchester brothers, the two protagonists of a new dark fantasy TV series, created by Eric Kripke called Supernatural, which premiered on the WB channel, now known as the CW. When the network ceased being the WB and became the CW, Supernatural … Continue reading “Our top ten episodes of ‘Supernatural’”

AMC Theatres to offer 15- cent tickets upon reopening

In 1920, the Dubinsky Brothers began operations with a single movie screen in Kansas City, Missouri. That single screen would serve as the foundation for what is known today as AMC Entertainment , the largest theatrical exhibitor in the United States, in Europe & the Middle East, and in the world. One hundred years later, … Continue reading “AMC Theatres to offer 15- cent tickets upon reopening”

‘Cops’ cancelled by Paramount Network

Bad boys are now sad boys. Thirty-two seasons comes to an end as Paramount Network has officially delayed the Season 33 launch of Cops, with no plans of returning. The long-running reality series was scheduled to return on Monday. The decision comes as protests over police brutality and cries to “defund police departments” continue across the … Continue reading “‘Cops’ cancelled by Paramount Network”

Steven Spielberg kicks off AFI free virtual movie club

The American Film Institute (AFI) announced today the launch of AFI Movie Club – a daily virtual gathering to leverage our collective love of film on behalf of optimism in this time of global uncertainty.AFI Trustee Steven Spielberg introduced the inaugural film, The Wizard of Oz, in a video that reminds in a timely manner, “There’s no place like home.” AFI – … Continue reading “Steven Spielberg kicks off AFI free virtual movie club”

New red band trailer for ‘The Grudge’ reboot scary good

Takashi Shimizu’s original 2002 Ju-On (The Grudge) is considered an Asian horror classic and simply a horror classic in general. The American version with Buffy’s Sarah Michelle Gellar was also very good and well-received. Are you a fan of director Nicolas Pesce (The Eyes of my Mother, Piercing)? Then chances are good that you will … Continue reading “New red band trailer for ‘The Grudge’ reboot scary good”

Convo with Bron Studios opens AFM Conference

The American Film Market announced it will kick off it Conferences with The Future of Film session featuring a conversation with super-hot BRON Studios on Friday, November 8. A driving force in studio and independent production, BRON has been behind such films as Fences, The Mule, The Front Runner, The Addams Family, Tully, and most … Continue reading “Convo with Bron Studios opens AFM Conference”

Leslie Jones to depart ‘SNL’ after 5 seasons

Was it only five seasons? It feels like Leslie Jones has been a standout part of Saturday Night Live for more than five seasons. The comedienne, who just appeared live at Chicago’s Vic Theater, announced she is leaving Saturday Night Live before the sketch show begins its 45th season. This according to the Associated Press. … Continue reading “Leslie Jones to depart ‘SNL’ after 5 seasons”

‘Spidey’ catches audiences in its web for a 2nd weekend

Stuber what? Crawl where? Despite two new minor openings this weekend, audiences decided to stick with Sony and Marvel’s Spider-man: Far From Home and Disney/Pixar’s Toy Story 4. The webslinger continues to swing with a $45.3 million second weekend total, a respectable 51% drop. Globally, the second installment of Tom Holland in the MCU, and … Continue reading “‘Spidey’ catches audiences in its web for a 2nd weekend”

Wolfgang L.A., Jimmy Kimmel & other West Coast news

TRUECar & Panda Express name Wolfgang of Los Angeles AOR Consider Venice Beach-based Wolfgang of L.A. on a roll. Since winning Halo Top in January, the agency/consultancy, formed by former David&Goliath execs, Mike Geiger, Seema Miller and Colin Jeffrey has added two more wins in the form of TRUECar and Panda Express to its client … Continue reading “Wolfgang L.A., Jimmy Kimmel & other West Coast news”