Disney+ unveils action-packed Mandalorian trailer

March 1 can’t get here fast enough. Tonight, during the NFC Wild Card playoff game between the Dallas Cowboys and the Tom Brady-led (will he retire after this season?) Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Lucasfilm dropped the first trailer for The Mandalorian season three trailer. The Lucasfilm teaser, which featured exciting new scenes, also introduced a few of the … Continue reading “Disney+ unveils action-packed Mandalorian trailer”

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”

Emmy: WandaVision, The Crown, Mandalorian

Nominations for the 73rd Emmy Awards were announced today recognizing a wealth of innovative storytelling, exceptional new programs, and a robust and diverse group of talent nominees. The live virtual ceremony was hosted by father-daughter duo Ron Cephas Jones (This Is Us) from Los Angeles and Jasmine Cephas Jones (Blindspotting) from New York along with … Continue reading “Emmy: WandaVision, The Crown, Mandalorian”

Mandalorian actress Gina Carano fired for social posts

This was not the way, Gina. Mandalorian actress Gina Carano is finally facing consequences for her controversial social media posts. Carano played the bounty hunter Cara Dune, on the first two seasons of the show. Lucasfilm released a statement, with a spokesperson stating:  “Gina Carano is not currently employed by Lucasfilm and there are no … Continue reading “Mandalorian actress Gina Carano fired for social posts”

‘Mandalorian’ ‘Da 5 Bloods’ top AFI’s Top 10 List

The American Film Institute (AFI) announced today the recipients of AFI AWARDS 2020. AFI’s global Movie Club program will showcase the official selections beginning in February, with new and exclusive content released daily, including special guests from the honored works introducing the titles and AFI’s “Behind the Scene” conversations with filmmakers and actors. AFI MOVIES … Continue reading “‘Mandalorian’ ‘Da 5 Bloods’ top AFI’s Top 10 List”

Lucasfilm releases Mandalorian Xmas card

If you’re a Mandalorian fan like many of the Reel 360 team are, then you have probably had your mind blown several times over since Friday’s Chapter 16 season two finale. We’re not going to spoil it for you here, but we do want to share with you a fun holiday card from the folks … Continue reading “Lucasfilm releases Mandalorian Xmas card”

Redefining ‘Star Wars’ with new ‘Mandalorian’ score

For decades, the sound of Star Wars had been defined by one man: John Williams. And then Ludwig Göransson came along. Six months before cameras rolled on Disney+’s The Mandalorian—the first-ever live-action Star Wars series—showrunner, writer, director, executive producer and Disney Legend Jon Favreau invited Göransson, a Grammy®-and Oscar®-winning composer, to visit his production headquarters in Playa Vista, California. “That … Continue reading “Redefining ‘Star Wars’ with new ‘Mandalorian’ score”

Disney+ debuts new trailer ‘Mandalorian’ S2 trailer

Yes! Disney+ has shared the new trailer, and images from the second season of Lucasfilm’s Emmy-winning series, The Mandalorian, which we love here at Reel 360. The new season premieres Friday, October 30, streaming only on Disney+. In the new season, the titular character and the Child (aka Baby Yoda) continue their journey, facing enemies … Continue reading “Disney+ debuts new trailer ‘Mandalorian’ S2 trailer”

Star Wars celebration offers breaking news

Lucasfilm’s Star Wars Celebration kicked off its opening day in London today with a non-stop series of announcements about some of Lucasfilm’s most highly anticipated productions—from Disney+ original series such as Star Wars: Ahsoka and Star Wars: Skeleton Crew to upcoming feature films like Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny. Taking place at the ExCel London Convention Center, Friday’s activities … Continue reading “Star Wars celebration offers breaking news”

The problem with advertising today? No lunch

Millennials, gather ’round your glowing laptops as your Uncle Boomer tells you a tale of a bygone time. A treasured era when advertising creatives gathered themselves together and went on a brief self-healing and nurturing journey. A time when creatives talked about work, joked about work, complained about work, and sometimes, got tipsy. It was … Continue reading “The problem with advertising today? No lunch”

Last of Us is HBO’s second-largest debut

The series premiere of the amazing new zombie series, The Last of Us, drew 4.7 million viewers across linear and HBO Max platforms on Sunday night in the U.S., based on Nielsen and first-party data. This is HBO’s second-largest debut, behind only House of the Dragon, since Boardwalk Empire premiered on the network in 2010, before … Continue reading “Last of Us is HBO’s second-largest debut”

Is Mindy Kaling’s Velma too woke for its own good?

No mystery here. Mindy Kaling’s Velma is pretty terrible and neither critics nor audiences are pulling their punches.  The first two episodes dropped on HBO Max over the weekend and according to HBO, “Velma is an adult animated comedy series telling the origin story of Velma Dinkley, the unsung and under-appreciated brains of the Scooby-Doo … Continue reading “Is Mindy Kaling’s Velma too woke for its own good?”

Creative Director Norn Jordan goes to WAR

Creative production company We Are Royale (WAR) continues to expand its award-winning team, this time with the hiring of Norn Jordan as Creative Director. Bringing with her an accomplished visual eye and chameleon-like versatility across work with numerous brands and creative teams, Jordan has made a name for herself as an in-demand creative director in … Continue reading “Creative Director Norn Jordan goes to WAR”

Thor: Love and Thunder adopts new technology

The Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) is renowned for its unique creatures and environments, but they are rarely fully realized until post-production. This, in turn, requires the actors to create a mental picture of their scene partners and surroundings. Marvel Studios’ Thor: Love and Thunder, however, changed that. Now playing exclusively in theaters, Thor: Love and Thunder is the … Continue reading “Thor: Love and Thunder adopts new technology”

Disney+ releases ‘Obi-Wan Kenobi’ trailer to kick off Star Wars Day

Happy Star Wars Day! Today, to kick off Star Wars Day, Disney+ released a brand-new trailer and key art for Obi-Wan Kenobi (starring Ewan McGregor), offering a riveting look at the highly anticipated limited series.  The story begins 10 years after the dramatic events of Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith where Obi-Wan Kenobi faced his greatest defeat—the … Continue reading “Disney+ releases ‘Obi-Wan Kenobi’ trailer to kick off Star Wars Day”

Dancing with the Stars moves to Disney+

After an impressive 30 seasons on ABC, Dancing with the Stars is moving to a new home on Disney+. The hit series received a two-season pickup and will premiere exclusively in the U.S. and Canada this Fall, making Dancing with the Stars the first live series to debut on the streaming service. Dancing with the Stars premiered on ABC in … Continue reading “Dancing with the Stars moves to Disney+”

Dune, Underground Railroad, Titans take top honors at ASC Awards

The 2022 ASC Awards for Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography ceremony — clocking in at two hours and 30 minutes — was the first major in-person event held at the ASC Clubhouse in Hollywood for more than two years. And it not only celebrated excellence in the art form, but the enduring spirit of all who worked under difficult … Continue reading “Dune, Underground Railroad, Titans take top honors at ASC Awards”

Lucasfilm announces Book of Boba Fett premiere date in new teaser

Disney+ announced today that The Book of Boba Fett — the new Lucasfilm series teased in a surprise end-credit sequence following the Season 2 finale of The Mandalorian — will premiere on Wednesday, December 29, exclusively on the streaming service. Disney+ also debuted teaser art for the series, which you can see for yourself below. The Book of Boba Fett, a … Continue reading “Lucasfilm announces Book of Boba Fett premiere date in new teaser”

The Telly Awards launch 43rd call for entries

The Telly Awards, the world’s largest award honoring excellence in video and television across all screens, is celebrating a reinvigorated content creation community and the power of storytelling by kicking off its 43rd annual call for entries.  In response to an unprecedented time in which companies and creators have retooled their offerings and workflows, representation is … Continue reading “The Telly Awards launch 43rd call for entries”

IATSE members express discontent with new deal – may not ratify

A nationwide strike that would have started Monday was averted today when the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees (IATSE) reached a tentative three-year agreement with the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers (AMPTP) for The Basic and Videotape Agreements which affects 40,000 film and television workers represented by 13 West Coast IATSE local unions.  The proposed contract addresses core issues, including reasonable rest periods; meal breaks; a living wage for those on the bottom of the pay scale; and significant increases in compensation to be paid by new-media … Continue reading “IATSE members express discontent with new deal – may not ratify”