Warner Bros releases trailer for Nolan’s ‘Tenet’

Has Christopher Nolan (Dark Knight, Inception) gone and made a time travel movie? From the looks of the first teaser for Tenet, his new thriller starring John David Washington (BlackKklansman) and Robert Pattison (the upcoming The Batman) it certainly seems that way. Warner Bros released the trailer today and while it doesn’t exactly give us … Continue reading “Warner Bros releases trailer for Nolan’s ‘Tenet’”

Burnett promotes Nolan, Montgomery to Co-Presidents

Reporting to Andrew Swinand, Britt Nolan will oversee creative and production while Emma Montgomery focuses on growth and strategy Leo Burnett today announced the appointment of Britt Nolan, Chief Creative Officer and Emma Montgomery, Chief Strategy Officer, to Co-Presidents of the agency’s flagship office, effective immediately. Each maintains their roles as CCO and CSO, and … Continue reading “Burnett promotes Nolan, Montgomery to Co-Presidents”

Michael Winship elected President of WGA-East

The Writers Guild of America East (WGA East) has announced the results of the guild’s 2021 Council election. While Michael Winship, who represents the Inclusion and Experience Slate, was elected President, the election saw seven of the 11 open seats won by opposing pro-organizing Solidarity Slate. This year, there were nine open Council seats, six … Continue reading “Michael Winship elected President of WGA-East”

Old: A bad day at the beach for families and audiences

We’ ve all gone to the beach with expectations of working on our tans and destressing, as our ears capture the relaxing roar of waves crashing onto the sand. Unfortunately, a sad percentage of these trips have resulted in disappointment. The ocean’s too cold. It’s too windy. The sun has inexplicably decided to play Hide … Continue reading “Old: A bad day at the beach for families and audiences”

Old: Universal releases trailer for Shyamalan film

Finding a lost pair of sunglasses at the beach isn’t that odd, but once you see a rapidly decomposing body, you should maybe haul ass off that beach. This summer, visionary filmmaker M. Night Shyamalan unveils a chilling, mysterious new thriller called Old. The film is about a family on a tropical holiday who discover … Continue reading “Old: Universal releases trailer for Shyamalan film”

Ten super comic book moms with and without capes

Look, we all know that women, especially moms, are the true superheroes in our lives. Every day, they are called upon to be resilient, strong, caring and protect their families from whatever comes their way. From the moment they wake to the moment they sleep, moms battle traffic, stress from school and evildoers at work. … Continue reading “Ten super comic book moms with and without capes”

This grounded Superman soars

WARNING! This review contains spoilers! Do not read if you have not yet watched the new CW series Superman & Lois. Believe it or not Superman’s visual storytelling has actually fared better on TV than in theaters. This is where you say, “What about Christoper Reeve? He was brilliant!” Reeve’s performance as the Last Son … Continue reading “This grounded Superman soars”

Zack Snyder’s heartbreaking Vanity Fair interview

The internet has virtually exploded since Vanity Fair shared their intimate and in depth interview with Justice League’s original director, Zack Snyder. For those who have not been following, Snyder, who is acclaimed for making films such as Dawn of the Dead and 300, had to tragically step down as director of Zack Snyder’s Justice … Continue reading “Zack Snyder’s heartbreaking Vanity Fair interview”

Screen Actors Guild announces nominations

Nominees for the 27th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards honoring outstanding individual, cast and ensemble performances for the past year were announced by Lily Collins (Emily In Paris, Mank) and Daveed Diggs (Snowpiercer, Blindspotting, The Good Lord Bird) via Instagram Live. The nominees for outstanding action performances by film and television stunt ensembles were announced … Continue reading “Screen Actors Guild announces nominations”

HBO Max renews ‘The Flight Attendant’ for Season 2

Kaley Cuoco will be wheels up for a second season. HBO Max has renewed the hit comedic thriller THE FLIGHT ATTENDANT. It was announced by Casey Bloys, Chief Content Officer, HBO and HBO Max. The eight-episode first season premiered November 26 and had its finale on December 17.  Season one was based on the novel of … Continue reading “HBO Max renews ‘The Flight Attendant’ for Season 2”

Energy Upgrade sheds light on Californian’s power

DDB San Francisco has released its latest campaign for Energy Upgrade California – an organization dedicated to bringing California together to meet the state’s energy goals. The Collectors film is a metaphor designed to draw attention to the abundance of clean energy California has to offer. That is, except during peak hours from 4-9pm where … Continue reading “Energy Upgrade sheds light on Californian’s power”

Skippy Peanut Butter creates oasis on “Animal Crossing”

Arguably one of 2020’s most popular pastimes, Nintendo’s “Animal Crossing: New Horizons,” has sold 14.3 million copies since its March release. The handheld game, in which users build their own virtual islands, quickly became a hit as players looked for a form of escapism while stuck indoors.  Now Skippy Peanut Butter, with the help of creative partner BBDO … Continue reading “Skippy Peanut Butter creates oasis on “Animal Crossing””

Chicagoan Harry Lennix joins Army of the Dead cast

Acclaimed Chicago native Harry Lennix, Jr. (The Matrix, Man of Steel, Batman v. Superman) has joined the cast of Netflix’s upcoming anime series, Army of the Dead: Lost Vegas. The series is a spinoff that serves as a prequel to Zack Snyder’s upcoming 2021 zombie action heist film Army of the Dead.  The anime series chronicles the … Continue reading “Chicagoan Harry Lennix joins Army of the Dead cast”

Avengers become mentors in new campaign

The key to success is to smash from the heart. At least when you are fighting off supervillains. So says “Professor Hulk” in one of three short teaser films from leading-edge video game developers Crystal Dynamics and Square Enix to promote the new Marvel’s Avengers game. The companies have assembled an all-star team, led by … Continue reading “Avengers become mentors in new campaign”

‘Wonder Woman: 1984’ delayed to December 25

Oh, Hera. Warner Bros. has now confirmed that Wonder Woman 1984 will open on December 25th. “Patty is an exceptional filmmaker and with ‘Wonder Woman 1984’ she has delivered an incredibly dynamic film that moviegoers of all ages around the world will absolutely love,” said Toby Emmerich, Warmer Bros. Motion Picture Group chairman in a statement to … Continue reading “‘Wonder Woman: 1984’ delayed to December 25”

‘Wonder Woman: 1984″ may be delayed again

Bad news for DC comic fans, Deadline has reported that Warner Bros. will likely once again push its release date for Wonder Woman 1984, as most theaters in major cities like New York and Los Angeles remain closed through the COVID-19 pandemic. The film is currently slated to premiere October 2nd, but audiences should anticipate … Continue reading “‘Wonder Woman: 1984″ may be delayed again”

Tenet’s $20.2 million box office opening

Christopher Nolan’s Tenet has long been observed as the true test for whether audiences would be driven to return to theaters in 2020. If Tenet performs successfully, we could be looking at other film releases, like Wonder Woman 1984, Black Widow, and Dune, keeping their current 2020 release dates. If not, don’t expect to see … Continue reading “Tenet’s $20.2 million box office opening”

‘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”

Assemble as your fave ‘Avenger’ in new video game

Marvel and the company behind the Final Fantasy franchise, Square-Enix have teamed up for what will for sure be a Game of The Year candidate. Get ready for Marvel’s Avengers.  Allowing players to assume their favorite Marvel Characters, including Captain America, Iron Man, and Thor, this third person adventure can also be played in Single-Player … Continue reading “Assemble as your fave ‘Avenger’ in new video game”

U.S. Regal Cinemas to reopen August 21

In response to the recent changes in the upcoming theatrical release schedule, Cineworld, parent company of Regal, today announced that its theatres will begin to reopen U.S. locations on Friday, August 21. Theaters originally shut down nationwide in March due to the novel coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak. Christopher Nolan’s Tenet, opening in the U.S. on Thursday, September 3, will … Continue reading “U.S. Regal Cinemas to reopen August 21”