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”

Warner Bros releases action-packed ‘Tenet’ trailer

Warner Bros. Pictures has released an insanely epic new trailer for Christopher Nolan’s upcoming sci-fi action flick Tenet. The third and final look gives us more information about the plot than. we have heard in previous outings. John David Washington is the new protagonist in Christopher Nolan’s original sci-fi action spectacle Tenet. Armed with only one … Continue reading “Warner Bros releases action-packed ‘Tenet’ trailer”

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’”

Over 300 films selected for 17th annual Oscar-qualifying HollyShorts

The Oscar-qualifying HollyShorts Film Festival is back and ready for its close-up. After a year of virtual screenings, panels, and endless Zoom meetings, the world’s largest short film festival will host its first-ever hybrid event from September 23-October 1, 2021. The organizers behind HollyShorts have announced over 300 out of 5,000 submissions made the cut and were … Continue reading “Over 300 films selected for 17th annual Oscar-qualifying HollyShorts”

Chicago 7, Judas, Queen’s Gambit among Location Guild noms

Nominees for the 8th Annual Location Managers Guild International (LMGI) Awards were announced today by LMGI President John Rakich/LMGI. The awards honor the outstanding and creative visual contributions by location professionals in film, television and commercials from around the globe. The LMGI Awards also recognize outstanding service by film commissions for their support “above and beyond” during the production … Continue reading “Chicago 7, Judas, Queen’s Gambit among Location Guild noms”

Space Jam: A new legacy in animation and design

Space Jam: A New Legacy opens today in theaters and is currently streaming on HBO Max. The sequel to the 25-year-old original starring Michael Jordan, presents a new-age take on the classic Tunes vs. Goons showdown. According to the team behind the film which includes director Malcolm D. Lee (The Best Man, The Best Man … Continue reading “Space Jam: A new legacy in animation and design”

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”

Nomadland wins Best Picture, Chloé Zhao Director

Last night, Nomadland won three of its six Academy Award nominations. The Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences presented the 93rd Oscars. Due to the pandemic, the show did not take place at its usual home, The Dolby Theater. This year, the hostless event took place in downtown Los Angeles at Union Station with … Continue reading “Nomadland wins Best Picture, Chloé Zhao Director”

Reel 360’s 2021 Oscar Predictions

It’s finally here — the end to a very long and strange and god knows what else kind of film year. We are happy to finally say good-bye to the 2020 movie season which culminates with the Academy Awards. We are tired. Run down. But vaccinated! So we are ready to sit down and make … Continue reading “Reel 360’s 2021 Oscar Predictions”

Nomadland wins 4 BAFTAS, including Picture, Director

The 2021 EE British Academy Film Awards (BAFTAs)presented over two ceremonies in one weekend, celebrated the very best in film of the past year. Sunday’s ceremony, hosted by Edith Bowman and Dermot O’Leary, was held at London’s Royal Albert Hall with nominees attending virtually. The show included three featured musical performances: by Liam Payne, Celeste, … Continue reading “Nomadland wins 4 BAFTAS, including Picture, Director”

O Positive signs Miranda Haymon for commercials

O Positive welcomes Miranda Haymon (she/they), a Princess Grace Award-winning writer, director and curator, and Roundabout Theatre Company resident director, to the company for commercial representation. The news was announced today by O Positive director/partner David Shane.  An ascendant theatre talent, Haymon’s recent credits include Really Really Gorgeous at The Tank, In the Penal Colony … Continue reading “O Positive signs Miranda Haymon for commercials”

‘Mank’ leads Oscar noms with 10

Actor-producer Priyanka Chopra Jonas and singer, songwriter and actor Nick Jonas announced the 93rd Oscars nominations today (March 15), live from London, via a global live stream on Oscar.com, Oscars.org, the Academy’s digital platforms, an international satellite feed and broadcast media. Chopra Jonas and Jonas announced the nominees in 23 categories at 5:19 a.m. PT. For a complete … Continue reading “‘Mank’ leads Oscar noms with 10”

Art Directors Guild announces nominations

The Art Directors Guild (ADG, IATSE Local 800) has announced nominations for the 25th Annual Excellence in Production Design Awards in theatrical motion pictures, television, commercials, music videos and animation features. Winners will be honored at the Art Directors Guild Awards ceremony, set for Saturday, April 10, 2021, Pre Show – 3:00PM PST, Awards Show – 4:00 PM PST. … Continue reading “Art Directors Guild announces nominations”

BAFTA publishes longlists for 2021 film awards

The British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) has published the longlists for its 2021 Film Awards, which members are now forced to whittle down to the final nominations.  The following films are longlisted for the 2021 EE British Academy Film Awards, listed alphabetically by title, with the exception of the performance categories, listed … Continue reading “BAFTA publishes longlists for 2021 film awards”

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”

AFM Day One: The Future of Film with Mark Gill

Day One of the virtual American Film Market is in the books and the market kicked off with A Conversation with Mark Gill, President & CEO, Solstice Studios. Moderated by Anthony D’Alessandro, Managing Editor, Deadline, two explored the future state of the industry; predictions of how independent film, the marketplace, and audience consumption will change, especially due to a … Continue reading “AFM Day One: The Future of Film with Mark Gill”

First official ‘Dune’ trailer arrives

The time has come – the trailer for DUNE has finally arrived. Written by author Frank Herbert in 1965, Dune is one of the most magnificent science-fiction stories of the 20th century. The title refers to a popular nickname for the planet Arrakis, an inhospitable desert world that also happens to be the universe’s only … Continue reading “First official ‘Dune’ trailer arrives”

‘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”