Jurassic World: Special preview before F9 Imax

Next summer, Jurassic World: Dominion will rule the Earth. However, this summer, F9 will rule movie theaters around the Earth. So, to thank fans worldwide for their passion for two of Universal Pictures’ most beloved franchises, Universal and Amblin Entertainment announced that beginning June 25, every IMAX screening of F9 will feature a Special Extended … Continue reading “Jurassic World: Special preview before F9 Imax”

IMAX roars with $12.4m from ‘Godzilla vs. Kong’

IMAX delivered a roaring international debut for Godzilla vs. Kong, earning $12.4 million for the weekend across 891 screens in 40 markets worldwide. In a positive sign as the summer blockbuster season approaches, Warner Bros. and Legendary Pictures’ epic Kaiju clash scored the biggest opening weekend in IMAX for a Hollywood film since December 2019. China led the way as the … Continue reading “IMAX roars with $12.4m from ‘Godzilla vs. Kong’”

‘Tenet’ surges to $5 million at global IMAX theatres

IMAX today announced that Warner Bros. Pictures and Christopher Nolan’s Tenet surged to a better-than-expected start in IMAX, with an estimated $5 million in international box office from only 248 theaters worldwide. IMAX theatres generated a per screen average of approximately $20K — about 7.5 times the estimated overall per screen average — even with an average 50% seating capacity limitation … Continue reading “‘Tenet’ surges to $5 million at global IMAX theatres”

Tribeca, IMAX & AT&T launch Summer drive-in series

Tribeca Drive-In series is the first-of-its-kind curated program of movies, music and more coming to drive-in theatres and exclusive venues across the country, beginning in June. Tribeca Enterprises today announced a partnership with IMAX and AT&T to unveil “Tribeca Drive-In,” an all-new drive-in entertainment series that will take place this summer at drive-in theatres and … Continue reading “Tribeca, IMAX & AT&T launch Summer drive-in series”

Dune: Denis Villeneuve on bringing the difficult novel to the screen

Denis Villeneuve’s Dune just premiered at the Venice Film Festival and is currently getting rave Twitter reactions. Set thousands of years in the future, Dune tells the story of Paul Atreides (Timothée Chalamet), a young man propelled by fate into an intergalactic power struggle. The son of beloved, embattled ruler Duke Leto and powerful warrior … Continue reading “Dune: Denis Villeneuve on bringing the difficult novel to the screen”

The Suicide Squad: Balls-to-the-wall violence, humor and heart

When you want to imitate the nuttiness and irreverent humor that is Guardians of the Galaxy, but want to exponentially up the visceral experience, go to the master himself. That is what Warner Bros did when they signed directed James Gunn to reboot The Suicide Squad. In this sequel – yes, it’s a sequel – … Continue reading “The Suicide Squad: Balls-to-the-wall violence, humor and heart”

Will audiences say, “Yep” to Peele’s latest horror, Nope?

Horror auteur Jordan Peele has announced his newest horror project. what will be his next horror film, a “new terror” called Nope. This morning, Peele tweeted a poster for the film, which for some reason reminds us of Close Encounters of the Third Kind, that will reteam him and Get Out and Black Panther actor … Continue reading “Will audiences say, “Yep” to Peele’s latest horror, Nope?”

A chat with Director Andrea Yu-Chieh Chung

The very talented Andrea Yu-Chieh Chung is a Taiwanese documentary filmmaker based in the New York metropolitan area. Born and raised by a family full of wanderers, the director tells Reel 360 that she has endless curiosities about the world and has lived and produced films across four continents. Andrea is passionate about telling stories of … Continue reading “A chat with Director Andrea Yu-Chieh Chung”

Academy: Jonathan Majors, Issa Rae among 395 invites

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has extended invitations to join the organization to 395 artists and executives who have distinguished themselves by their contributions to theatrical motion pictures. Membership selection decisions are based on professional qualifications, with representation, inclusion and equity remaining a priority of Academy Aperture 2025.  The 2021 class is 46% … Continue reading “Academy: Jonathan Majors, Issa Rae among 395 invites”

Suicide Squad: Dying to save world in red band trailer

Yeah, this new trailer for the upcoming The Suicide Squad is bananas. Partially a soft reboot. Kind of a sequel, but this new trailer, which dropped earlier this week, is all James Gunn. A look at this new red band teaser absolutely promises a new take on Task Force X. The filmmaker recently broke down … Continue reading “Suicide Squad: Dying to save world in red band trailer”

Handmaid’s Tale: 406, 407 and 408 Recap

The Handmaid’s Tale Season 4 is only 10 episodes long. So, there are just two more episodes left of the entire season. Hulu will drop the penultimate ninth episode, Progress, on June 9. Then fans can start streaming The Handmaid’s Tale Season 4 finale, The Wilderness, on June 16. Make sure you are all caught … Continue reading “Handmaid’s Tale: 406, 407 and 408 Recap”

Watch the chilling new trailer for Conjuring 3

Keep the lights on. New Line Cinema has released the first trailer for The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It and it looks… Satan may have had a hand in making it. This trailer teases a chilling story of terror, murder and unknown evil that shocked even experienced real-life paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine … Continue reading “Watch the chilling new trailer for Conjuring 3”

Director Adam Wingard on ‘Godzilla vs Kong’

For decades, cinematic titans Godzilla and Kong have been following their own, separate theatrical journeys…until now. Godzilla vs. Kong is a monster-sized event film with heart, humor and enough non-stop action to transcend the genre. This rivalry for the ages fuels an epic adventure that spans the globe to bring these two forces of nature, … Continue reading “Director Adam Wingard on ‘Godzilla vs Kong’”

The Suicide Squad Red Band trailer is mad bonkers

From the horribly beautiful mind of writer/director James Gunn comes Warner Bros. Pictures’ superhero action adventure The Suicide Squad, featuring a collection of the most degenerate delinquents in the DC lineup. The new Red Band trailer which Warner Bros released today is not only bananas and the most exciting trailer we have seen in a … Continue reading “The Suicide Squad Red Band trailer is mad bonkers”

Zack Snyder’s Justice League reviews are revealed

In 2017, in the midst of finishing the much anticipated DC film Justice League, director Zack Snyder tragically lost his 17 year old daughter to suicide and desperately needed to take time to deal with his family’s loss. Instead of being supportive and understanding, Warner Bros. decided to rush and complete the film under the … Continue reading “Zack Snyder’s Justice League reviews are revealed”

Golden Globes announce nominees for 78th show

The Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA) has announced the nominees for the 78th Annual Golden Globe Awards. Six-time Golden Globe winner Sarah Jessica Parker and Golden Globe winner Taraji P. Henson announced the nominees. For the first time in the history of the Golden Globes, the nominations were announced virtually, following the current safety measures … Continue reading “Golden Globes announce nominees for 78th show”

Godzilla trades punches with King Kong in first trailer

Aw yeah. Despite the tepid critical and box office response 2019’s Godzilla: King of the Monsters received, who isn’t salivating at the thought of seeing this legend collide with another legend King Kong. We are only two months away from Godzilla vs. Kong makes its debut in theaters and on HBO Max on March 26. … Continue reading “Godzilla trades punches with King Kong in first trailer”

Congress certifies Biden post U.S. Capitol riot

Congress certified President-elect Joe Biden’s win after being forced to recess for almost six hours after, what resembled the climax from the 2019 film Joker, an angry mob of President Donald Trump’s insurrectionists attacked and breached the U.S. Capitol building. The attack left four people dead, including San Diegoan Ashli Babbit, 35, who was shot … Continue reading “Congress certifies Biden post U.S. Capitol riot”

Warner Bros. fast-tracks ‘Wonder Woman 3’

Well, that was fast. Even with a Rotten Tomatoes score of 65%, causing it to lose its “Certified Fresh” status, and a B+ CinemaScore from fans, Warner Bros. Pictures today announced that it will fast-track development on the third installment of the Wonder Woman franchise to be written by Patty Jenkins (hopefully no involvement from Geoff Johns), … Continue reading “Warner Bros. fast-tracks ‘Wonder Woman 3’”

Final ‘Wonder Woman 1984’ trailer

We are 19 days away from December 25. And after we’ve unwrapped presents, many of us are going to settle back and watch Wonder Woman 1984 on HBO Max . The film will also release in theaters in the United States, but the DC Comics sequel is set for a theatrical run in the UK and Ireland … Continue reading “Final ‘Wonder Woman 1984’ trailer”