No Time to Die lives the life at Weekend Box Office

While it didn’t come anywhere close to breaking Venom: Let There Be Carnage’s pandemic-record $90.03M debut last weekend, No Time to Die had a strong opening as the fifth-largest opening weekend this year earning $56 million at the North American Box Office, which is actually a little short of it’s $60 million to $70 million … Continue reading “No Time to Die lives the life at Weekend Box Office”

No Time to Die: Watch final trailer for Daniel Craig’s last turn as James Bond

We are not that far away from Metro Goldwyn Mayer releasing the long-anticipated the 25th James Bond feature film, and Daniel Craig’s last turn as the iconic 007, in No Time to Die. MGM has now released the final trailer. In No Time To Die, Bond has left active service and is enjoying a tranquil life in Jamaica. His … Continue reading “No Time to Die: Watch final trailer for Daniel Craig’s last turn as James Bond”

‘James Bond: No Time to Die’ delay could cost MGM $50m

The rapidly spreading Coronavirus COVID-19 is having a massive effect on events and film productions. Last week, we reported that production on the new Tom Cruise Mission Impossible: 7 had been delayed due to the outbreak in Italy. Companies including Netflix, Twitter, Facebook and Intel have pulled out of the annual SXSW which begins next … Continue reading “‘James Bond: No Time to Die’ delay could cost MGM $50m”

Dietz & Watson get Gritty for Valentines Day

Love is in the air, and Valentine’s Day isn’t the only thing to blame. The Philadelphia Flyers’ infamous mascot, Gritty, teamed up with Dietz & Watson for an activation that is sure to make everyone feel the love this February 14th.   Creatively developed and planned by Red Tettemer O’Connell + Partners (RTO+P), Dietz & Watson has partnered … Continue reading “Dietz & Watson get Gritty for Valentines Day”

2023 Mammoth Film Festival announces first films

The highly anticipated Mammoth Film Festival 2023 confirmed to take place March 2-6th, 2023 is thrilled to announce the first round of the 2023 festival slate selection highlights and official judges panel names. The five-day festival will feature over 80 films selected from an overwhelming response of submissions via  FilmFreeway, inclusive of U.S and International … Continue reading “2023 Mammoth Film Festival announces first films”

Black Panther, Abbott lead NAACP Image noms

The NAACP unveiled the full list of “54th NAACP Image Awards” nominees with ABC and Netflix leading the pack with 28 and 15 nominations respectively. The winners will be revealed during the two-hour LIVE TV special, airing Saturday, February 25th, 2023 at 8:00 PM ET on BET and 8:00 PM PT on delay. The show will be in … Continue reading “Black Panther, Abbott lead NAACP Image noms”

Pinocchio, Marcel, Turning Red leads Annie noms

ASIFA-Hollywood announced nominations today for its 50th Annual Annie Awards recognizing the year’s best in the field of animation. Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio from Netflix and A24’s Marcel the Shell with Shoes On drew up nine and eight noms, respectively, with Disney/Pixar’s Turning Red next with seven. This year’s Best Animated Feature nominations include: Disney and Pixar’s Turning Red (Pixar Animation Studios), Guillermo del Toro’s … Continue reading “Pinocchio, Marcel, Turning Red leads Annie noms”

Former Marine is a “DieHard” in new advertising

In 2020, Advance Auto Parts, a leading automotive aftermarket parts provider, helped relaunch the DieHard brand with an action-packed two-minute film starring Bruce Willis (famous for his role as John McClane in the movie Die Hard) and heralding that “DieHard is back.” The successful relaunch was followed last year by the debut of a campaign … Continue reading “Former Marine is a “DieHard” in new advertising”

Dietz & Watson team to support the Eagles

The Philadelphia Eagles are in the Playoffs with a 14-3 record and a bye! Philadelphia Iggles Fans can never have too much fuel for their fandom, and a typical frank won’t cut it this time around, so Dietz & Watson is introducing Philadelphia to the Eagles very own special frank, The Bird Dog. With a … Continue reading “Dietz & Watson team to support the Eagles”

Abbott, Lotus, Bear among WGA TV noms

The Writers Guild of America West (WGAW) and Writers Guild of America, East (WGAE) announced today nominations for outstanding achievement in television, new media, news, radio/audio, and promotional writing during 2022. Winners will be honored at the 2023 Writers Guild Awards ceremony on Sunday, March 5, 2023. After wins at the Golden Globes and nominations … Continue reading “Abbott, Lotus, Bear among WGA TV noms”

Everything Everywhere leads Golden Reel noms

Aaaand Awards Season has begun. Actually, it began last year, but now we have nominations. The Motion Picture Sound Editors today revealed the nominations for its 70th annual Golden Reel Awards in categories spanning feature film, television, animation, computer entertainment and student productions with Everything Everywhere All At Once Top Gun: Maverick and Elvis among the nominees. … Continue reading “Everything Everywhere leads Golden Reel noms”

Eight is Enough child star Adam Rich found dead

He played mop-top Nicholas on ABC’s late 70’s hit, Eight is Enough. Now, actor Adam Rich is dead according to the Los Angeles County Medical Examiner. Rich was 54. TMZ, who broke the story, says Rich was found dead in his home Saturday night. While no cause of death has been determined yet, law enforcement … Continue reading “Eight is Enough child star Adam Rich found dead”

Iconic news anchor Barbara Walters dies at 93

Pioneer. Trailblazer. Creator. These are words that come to mind when talking about legendary TV news journalist, Barbara Walters. The journalist, who became a household name, passed on December 30. Walters was 93. “Barbara Walters passed away peacefully in her home surrounded by loved ones. She lived her life with no regrets. She was a trailblazer … Continue reading “Iconic news anchor Barbara Walters dies at 93”

Golden Globes 2023: See full list of nominations

The nominees of the 80th Annual Golden Globe Awards were announced from The Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills, California. The Banshees of Isherin and Abbott Elementary lead the nominees with 8 and 5 respectively. Searchlight Pictures led all studios with 12 nominations and HBO Max and Netflix tied at 14 apiece. The nominations were announced … Continue reading “Golden Globes 2023: See full list of nominations”

Wonder Woman 3 not moving forward

Since it was announced that James Gunn and Peter Safran were taking over DC Studios, fans have been anxiously awaiting information about what we can expect from DC’s TV and animation efforts. Apparently, Wonder Woman 3 is on the chopping block at this time.  Multiple sources have told The Hollywood Reporter that Patty Jenkins’ Wonder … Continue reading “Wonder Woman 3 not moving forward”

M. Night Shyamalan receives all $5 million in tax credits set aside for smaller indie filmmakers

Last summer, Harrisburg expanded Pennsylvania’s film tax credit by 43%, which took the amount up to $100 million. This move was applauded by big productions such as HBO’s Mare of Easttown. But what really got filmmakers’ attention was the $5 million the Pennsylvania capitol set aside for local production companies and indie filmmakers However, things … Continue reading “M. Night Shyamalan receives all $5 million in tax credits set aside for smaller indie filmmakers”

Producers and Filmmakers now have Secret Weapon for vetting crews

Every producer and filmmaker (especially this filmmaker) understands the headaches (and heartburn) that accompany finding, and keeping, a great crew. Face it, great crews are hard to find. And they get scooped up fast. Add to that the studio re-orgs, budget cuts, and consistent Covid delays, and you have a perfect storm. Perfect. Storm.  Enter … Continue reading “Producers and Filmmakers now have Secret Weapon for vetting crews”

Beyoncé leads Grammy nominations with 9

Beyoncé Knowles-Carter isn’t just a celebrated Grammy Awards winner — she’s now a serial Grammy. record-breaker. She led among nominees with nine nods for her album Renaissance. Kendrick Lamar scored eight nominations, while Adele and Brandi Carlile each got seven. By adding nine more nominations to her Grammy resumé, she now has 88 in total … Continue reading “Beyoncé leads Grammy nominations with 9”

Kevin Conroy, the voice of Batman, dies at 66

Kevin Conroy, the man who voiced the Caped Crusader on Batman: The Animated Series from 1992 to 1996, as well as in 15 films, 15 animated series and two dozen video games has passed away at age 66. Multiple sources have confirmed that Conroy died at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City from intestinal … Continue reading “Kevin Conroy, the voice of Batman, dies at 66”

AFI Fest 2022 announces cultural partners and sponsors

This is a big week in LA. Not only does the American Film Market kick off live, but so does Reel 360 News’ favorite film festival, AFI FEST 2022. The American Film Institute announced today the sponsors and cultural supporters for AFI FEST 2022. AT&T returns as the festival’s Premium Sponsor and is committed to elevating … Continue reading “AFI Fest 2022 announces cultural partners and sponsors”