Madonna teases upcoming concert/doc on Paramount+

Paramount+ announced that Madonna’s highly-anticipated documentary film, Madame X, will exclusively debut on Paramount+ in the U.S., Latin America, Australia, the Nordics, and Canada beginning on Friday, October 8. Fans outside of these markets can watch the documentary on MTV. Filmed in Lisbon, Portugal, the film captures the 62-year-old pop icon’s rare and rapturous tour performance, hailed by … Continue reading “Madonna teases upcoming concert/doc on Paramount+”

Loki: Last 3 episodes create chaos and confusion

The last three episodes of Loki have created more chaos, confusion, and questions than anyone could have possibly anticipated.  Who’s producing this anyway, the God of Mischief himself? When we last left the titular character (Tom Hiddleston) and Sylvie (Sophia Di Martino) at the end of episode 3, they witnessed the destruction of the ship … Continue reading “Loki: Last 3 episodes create chaos and confusion”

Emmy: Apple, Amazon, Nike, Dre nominated for best spot

Nominations for the 73rd Emmy Awards were announced yesterday recognizing a wealth of innovative storytelling, exceptional new programs, and a robust and diverse group of talent nominees. One of the categories the Reel 360 Team always focuses on is of course the advertising category. The nominations for this year are from Apple, Amazon, Beats by … Continue reading “Emmy: Apple, Amazon, Nike, Dre nominated for best spot”

Emmy Awards: HBO, HBO Max lead with 130 noms

Hosted by father-daughter duo Ron Cephas Jones (This Is Us) from Los Angeles and Jasmine Cephas Jones (Blindspotting), the 73rd Primetime Emmy nominations were announced this morning. HBO and HBO Max have received 130 Emmy nominations. Leading the series was Misha Green’s hit, Lovecraft Country. The series was nominated for 18 awards, the most of all the platform’s series. Besides … Continue reading “Emmy Awards: HBO, HBO Max lead with 130 noms”

Hoverman: Animated superhero film at LA Shorts

Bicoastal production company Valiant Pictures animated short film Hoverman, with character voices by Randall Park (Ant-Man, WandaVision, Always Be My Maybe, Fresh Off The Boat), Rebecca Mader (Once Upon A Time, The Devil Wears Prada), Dana Snyder (Paradise PD, Aqua Teen Hunger Force), Jené Hernandez and Frankie Faison, will premiere at the 25th annual LA … Continue reading “Hoverman: Animated superhero film at LA Shorts”

Candyman: Cabrini-Green is back in new trailer

This looks truly terrifying. Oscar-winner Jordan Peele is unleashing fresh take on the blood-chilling urban legend: Candyman. Filmmaker Nia DaCosta (Little Woods, upcoming Captain Marvel 2) directs this contemporary incarnation of the cult classic.   In the trailer, we learn for as long as residents can remember, the housing projects of Chicago’s Cabrini-Green neighborhood were terrorized … Continue reading “Candyman: Cabrini-Green is back in new trailer”

Marvel: Assembles with Hyundai for campaign

Hyundai and Marvel Studios have “assembled” to launch the next big phase of Hyundai’s “Question Everything” marketing blitz. This first-ever co-branded creative campaign introduces the all-new 2022 Tucson in exciting new spots featuring Marvel characters from four different Disney+ series. Hell to the yeah. The custom creative developed and produced by Marvel Studios brings adventure, mischief, and magic … Continue reading “Marvel: Assembles with Hyundai for campaign”

Love and Death: Jesse Plemons joins Elizabeth Olsen

Jesse Plemons (Fargo, Black Mirror, Breaking Bad) will star opposite Elizabeth Olsen (WandaVision, Avengers, Wind River) in the Max Original limited series Love and Death as “Allan Gore.” Olsen was previously announced to star as Candy Montgomery. Love and Death is based on a true story, Wylie, TX, housewife Candy Montgomery murders Betty Gore in 1980. It’s … Continue reading “Love and Death: Jesse Plemons joins Elizabeth Olsen”

Loki declares Wednesdays the new Fridays

Ain’t that just like the God of Mischief to mess around with our streaming days. If you have watched Marvel’s WandaVision and The Falcon and The Winter Soldier on Disney+, you are pretty aware new episodes premiere on Friday. That apparently just won’t work for Tom Hiddleston’s Loki. Thor’s brother is now set to debut on … Continue reading “Loki declares Wednesdays the new Fridays”

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”

Marvel teases a new Cap in final trailer for TFATWS

Tonight at midnight, Disney+ will unload on us the final episode of the thrilling The Falcon and The Winter Soldier. And as expected, it’s filled with action and emotion as Sam (Anthony Mackie) and Bucky’s (Sebastian Stan) first journey together comes to an end. Most of the footage is from earlier episodes, the final shot … Continue reading “Marvel teases a new Cap in final trailer for TFATWS”

SOC names Haley, McConkey Camera Operators of Year

The Society of Camera Operators just announced the recipients for Camera Operator of the Year in Film is Geoffrey Haley, SOC and in the Television category: Jim McConkey, SOC.  The award recipients were celebrated among industry peers and colleagues during the virtual 2021 Camera Operator of the Year Awards and Creative Vision Celebration on Sunday April 11, 2021. … Continue reading “SOC names Haley, McConkey Camera Operators of Year”

Film and TV Camera Operator noms announced

The Society of Camera Operators (SOC) have announced the nominees for the 2021 Camera Operator of the Year Awards and Creative Vision Celebration for the Film and Television categories.  Nominees for the Camera Operator of the Year Film & Television categories will be awarded live during the virtual show. Bringing together the community to honor and celebrate the industry’s triumphs, … Continue reading “Film and TV Camera Operator noms announced”

‘Black Widow’ to launch in theaters and on Disney+

Can’t exactly say we didn’t see this coming. Disney Media & Entertainment Distribution today announced new release details for a number of titles on Walt Disney Studios’ upcoming slate of films. The announcement updates rollout details for the forthcoming Disney live-action Cruella, Marvel Studios’ Black Widow and Disney and Pixar’s Luca, and also includes revised premiere dates for several … Continue reading “‘Black Widow’ to launch in theaters and on Disney+”

60-year-old publicist celebrates Granny on a Pole

When veteran entertainment industry publicist Makeda Smith first started taking pole dance lessons at the age of 50, she raised eyebrows and concerns about her newfound passion. What started as a personal health and fitness journey however, soon morphed into a dance brand for the ‘granny on a pole.’ Smith created FlyingOver50 as a movement with a … Continue reading “60-year-old publicist celebrates Granny on a Pole”

These 10 female superheroes inspire us for IWD

International Women’s Day is upon us and we are celebrating women’s achievements and the meaningful contributions they’ve made to the world by ranking the top 10 female superheroes of television and film and not only are we celebrating the heroes, we’re also celebrating the actresses who play them.  10. Sailor Moon ( anime cartoon) Sailor … Continue reading “These 10 female superheroes inspire us for IWD”

Leaked Wanda storyboards reveal darker dialogue

Around the second week of February several storyboards were leaked from episode 8 of  WandaVision in a seemingly innocent photo on imdb and then were promptly shared on Reddit. The storyboards accurately depict the series of events that occurred when Wanda (Elizabeth Olsen) went to S.W.O.R.D. to request access to Vision’s (Paul Bettany) body. We … Continue reading “Leaked Wanda storyboards reveal darker dialogue”

Video: Denzel takes us BTS of ‘The Little Things’

Academy Award winner Denzel Washington’s new psychological thriller The Little Things led the domestic box office charts for a second weekend in a row, pulling in $2.1 million in its second weekend of release while simultaneously streaming on HBO Max. Directed by John Lee Hancock, the film takes place in October 1990. Kern County Sheriff’s … Continue reading “Video: Denzel takes us BTS of ‘The Little Things’”

How ‘Bridgerton’ turned into Netflix’s biggest series ever

A record 82 million households around the world chose to watch Netflix’s Bridgerton in its first 28 days. That’s bigger than Stranger Things. Bigger than The Queen’s Gambit. Bigger than The Crown. Get the point? The show has reached the top 10 in every country except Japan – hitting number one in 83 countries including the … Continue reading “How ‘Bridgerton’ turned into Netflix’s biggest series ever”

‘Zack Snyder’s Justice League’ to premiere March 18

Here we go. HBO Max has announced that the long awaited Zack Snyder’s Justice League will premiere Thursday, March 18 on HBO Max. The release of the film will be supported across WarnerMedia and DC platforms, including a soundtrack release on WaterTower Music, a curated collection from Warner Bros. Consumer Products available exclusively at DC … Continue reading “‘Zack Snyder’s Justice League’ to premiere March 18”