Marvel’s final trailer for Ant-Man and The Wasp: Quantumania

A new, action-packed trailer for Marvel Studios’ Ant-Man and The Wasp: Quantumania debuted during Monday’s College Football Playoff National Championship. We only had to wait three quarters for it. Kicking off Phase 5 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the fast-paced, big-screen adventure features the MCU’s most powerful villain to date: Kang the Conqueror. If you’re not familiar … Continue reading “Marvel’s final trailer for Ant-Man and The Wasp: Quantumania”

Patty Jenkins fires back at Wonder Woman talk

(NOTE: This article was previously published, but was lost during the Reel 360 shutdown). Not to be outdone by the new co-chair and co-CEO of DC studios, James Gunn, who released a lengthy twitter statement to address rumors surrounding the DC/WBD talks with Wonder Woman and Wonder Woman 1984 director, Patty Jenkins regarding Wonder Woman … Continue reading “Patty Jenkins fires back at Wonder Woman talk”

First set pics of Dominique Thorne in Ironheart suit

Warning Ironheart spoilers ahead. Coming hot on the heels of wrapping Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, actress Dominique Thorne is filming in the Disney+ series, Ironheart, in Atlanta. Now Just Jared has some exciting photos from the set. The pics offer up the first look at Thorne as the Tony Stark-inspired character Riri Williams wearing her … Continue reading “First set pics of Dominique Thorne in Ironheart suit”

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”

Mandalorian, Avengers: Endgame colorist Charles Bunnag joins Light Iron

Our friends a  Light Iron have announced that renowned colorist Charles Bunnag has assembled with the company’s artist roster. Bunnag will work out of Light Iron’s Los Angeles facility, with the ability to collaborate with clients globally thanks to the company’s class-leading remote offerings. Bunnag’s recent, notable work includes the series The Book of Boba Fett, the … Continue reading “Mandalorian, Avengers: Endgame colorist Charles Bunnag joins Light Iron”

Light Iron expands colorist roster, leadership team

Light Iron has expanded its pool of creative talent with the hiring of colorist Arianna Shining Star. The company has also announced that post-production veteran Liam Ford has joined Light Iron’s leadership team as Senior Vice President of Engineering and Technical Operations. Working from Light Iron’s Los Angeles facility, Arianna will support clients globally by … Continue reading “Light Iron expands colorist roster, leadership team”

Interview: Astrid and Lilly star Samantha Aucoin

NBCUniversal and Syfy have recently premiered a new show called Astrid and Lilly Save the World, starring Jana Morrison as Astrid and Samantha Aucoin as Lilly. The show is basically Booksmart meets Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Astrid and Lilly are high school students and best friends who decide on a whim to go to the … Continue reading “Interview: Astrid and Lilly star Samantha Aucoin”

Light Iron promotes Ethan Schwartz to Senior Colorist

Light Iron, the post-production creative-services division of Panavision, is thrilled to announce that Ethan Schwartz has been promoted to Senior Colorist. Based out of Light Iron’s Los Angeles facility, Schwartz will continue to support clients globally. Schwartz’s recent credits include the series What We Do in the Shadows and MacGruber and the features Pink Skies Ahead and Palm Springs. He joined Light Iron … Continue reading “Light Iron promotes Ethan Schwartz to Senior Colorist”

Spider-Man: No Way Home has been certified Fresh

The world has been abuzz over leaked behind the scene photos and possible appearances of previous Spider-Man actors for months. Spider-Man: No Way Home made its debut for critics and press across the country Monday night, giving a glimpse into what fans can expect from the film. Currently, the film is 94% fresh based on … Continue reading “Spider-Man: No Way Home has been certified Fresh”

Take a magical holiday journey through Central Park with David Yurman

Last year, America’s foremost luxury jewelry brand, David Yurman, made The Reel 360 team exhale a series of Owen Wilson-inspired “Wows” with their holiday video “Star Dreaming.” This year is no different. David Yurman’s new 2021 holiday campaign, “Magical Menagerie” — is a continuation of the brand’s yearlong “My New York” theme. This holiday campaign … Continue reading “Take a magical holiday journey through Central Park with David Yurman”

Marvel sues to retain rights to Iron Man, Spider-Man, Black Widow and more

Just when it seems like all is fine in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, actually it’s not just look at the Black Widow/Scarlett Johansson lawsuit, comes news of a new legal battle which could be on the level of “The Blip” proportions. TheWrap is reporting Marvel is suing to prevent losing copyrights to many key Avengers … Continue reading “Marvel sues to retain rights to Iron Man, Spider-Man, Black Widow and more”

Black Widow: Meet Scar Jo’s Moneymaker Stunt Woman

While the name “Heidi Moneymaker” might seem like an alias like, “Fanny Longbottom,” it’s not. This superhero stunt double was born Heidi Louise Moneymaker in Santa Rosa, California and has 85 stunt credits on her IMDb dating back to 1999! Moneymaker already had an impressive resume when she joined the MCU in 2010 (really 2009) … Continue reading “Black Widow: Meet Scar Jo’s Moneymaker Stunt Woman”

Marvel names writer and lead for upcoming Ironheart

Tony Stark has a successor. Marvel Studios has tapped TV scribe and poet Chinaka Hodge as the head writer on the upcoming Disney+ series, Ironheart. Variety, which broke the story, has also revealed Dominique Thorne (Judas and the Black Messiah; If Beale Street Could Talk) will play Riri Williams.  Set in Chicago, Ironheart/Riri Williams is a 15-year-old … Continue reading “Marvel names writer and lead for upcoming Ironheart”

Darkseid speaks in Batman-centric JL trailer

Darkseid is near. The Reel 360 Team did not see him or this coming. Director Zack Snyder has just posted, on his Twitter account, a new minute-long trailer for his version of Justice League and it is fairly dope with new clips of “Batfleck” (Ben Affleck) atop his Bat Tank and getting a hand from … Continue reading “Darkseid speaks in Batman-centric JL trailer”

Will the next Superman be Black?

Well, why not? Hollywood Reporter writer Borys Kit is reporting that Warner Bros. is developing a new Superman movie with J.J. Abrams on board as producer via his Bad Robot label.  Black Panther comic writer Ta-Nehisi Coates is penning the script. “There is a new, powerful and moving Superman story yet to be told. We couldn’t be more … Continue reading “Will the next Superman be Black?”

Reel 360’s Last-Minute Holiday Gift Guide

Happy Hanukkah! And we are just around the corner from Christmas and Kwanza, so it’s that time of the year to offer up the Reel 360 / Reel Chicago Ultimate Holiday Gift Guide. To make your last minute holiday gift buying just a l’il bit easier, we’ve compiled an extensive list – and believe us … Continue reading “Reel 360’s Last-Minute Holiday Gift Guide”

Over 300 films to screen virtually at Hollyshorts

The official selections are rolling in for one of Reel 360’s favorite film festivals to attend – the 16th annual Oscar®-Qualifying HOLLYSHORTS FILM FESTIVAL. Dubbed as their “Sweet 16,” the organizers are thrilled to welcome the best shorts from across the globe to screen virtually from November 9-15, 2020 on the new streaming platform BITPIX. One of … Continue reading “Over 300 films to screen virtually at Hollyshorts”

‘Agents of Chaos’ premieres September 23 on HBO

Agents of Chaos, a two-part documentary directed by Emmy® and Academy Award Winner Alex Gibney (Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief, The Inventor: Out For Blood In Silicon Valley) will debut WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23 (9:00-11:00 p.m. ET/PT), with part two airing the following evening at the same time, ahead of the November elections. The film … Continue reading “‘Agents of Chaos’ premieres September 23 on HBO”

Zack Snyder shows Superman in black suit

In the infamous Death of Superman DC comic book run, which ran from 1992-1993, Superman wore a black Kryptonian suit when he was eventually resurrected. So, it was always assumed when the “Boy in Blue” (Henry Cavill) would return in Justice League (2017) he would sport a similar outfit. He did not. Instead we got … Continue reading “Zack Snyder shows Superman in black suit”

‘Bad Education’ starring Hugh Jackman on HBO 4/25

Inspired by the true story that rocked the town of Roslyn, NY in 2004 that garnered attention nationwide, Bad Education, debuting Saturday, April 25 (8:00-9:30 p.m. ET/PT), centers on the stunning impact and aftermath of a multi-million-dollar embezzlement scheme. The darkly comical film highlights the deficiencies of the public education system in the U.S. while … Continue reading “‘Bad Education’ starring Hugh Jackman on HBO 4/25”