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SAG Awards Go For Ma Rainey, The Crown, and Schitt’s Creek

The 27th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards were handed out tonight in a one-hour, pre-taped ceremony. Last year’s awards, which were held in January 2020, boosted eventual Oscar Best Picture winner Parasite’s chances when the South Korean film took home the film ensemble prize. This year’s awards may prove similarly influential, though Best Picture frontrunner…

Will NBCUniversal’s Streaming Strategy Feather the Peacock’s Nest?

According to a just-released Bloomberg report, Comcast is planning to orchestrate some major changes in the way it makes films available to its Peacock streaming service. The media giant allegedly wants to remove NBCUniversal films from Netflix, HBOMax and similar platforms to keep them in the Peacock feather nest instead of providing access to other…

King Kong’s Next Foe: Ultraman? (Exclusive)

Just twenty-four hours after his latest cinematic foray, Godzilla vs. Kong, was released in theaters and on HBO Max, the famed ape is already set to be back on screens again. This time, he’ll be facing off against Ultraman, a Japanese superhero who made his debut in a series of the same name back in…

IFC Midnight Boards Neill Blomkamp’s ‘Demonic’

The horror film Demonic, from director Neill Blomkamp, will be distributed in the United States by IFC Midnight. The film, written and directed by Blomkamp, comes from AGC Studios and already has distribution from a number of different companies in Canada, Europe, Asia, and Oceania after a successful stint at EFM. Demonic is slated for…

“Game of Thrones” Under Development as Broadway, West End Spectacular

Move over, Camelot, the Westovians are after your throne.  Your “fleeting wisp of glory” as Broadway’s iconic fantasy realm is under siege. In an exclusive story published this week, the Hollywood Reporter claims there are plans underway to bring Game of Thrones to the Great White Way as Broadway gears up for a post-pandemic revival. …

Sylvester Stallone is pitching for a ‘Rocky’ TV Prequel

Veteran actor Sylvester Stallone stirred up a good deal of excitement yesterday by sharing a photo of a “Rocky” prequel treatment in his own handwriting on Instagram. To accompany the image, which offers a number of clues and ideas, he wrote “This may be the strangest posting yet. I started out this morning by writing…

The Tribeca Film Festival Returns In-Person This Summer

New York’s famous Tribeca Film Festival, which pivoted to an online format during its 2020 edition, is coming back in 2021 for in-person audiences. buy vibramycin online https://www.dentalmavericks.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/08/png/vibramycin.html no prescription pharmacy Now in its twentieth year, the festival will look considerably different this time, continuing its growth outside of the Tribeca neighborhood of Lower Manhattan…

Truman Capote’s estate vs Paramount Pictures on the adaptation rights of ”Breakfast at Tiffany’s.”

Starving fans waiting for a second helping of “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” may have to put their appetites on hold a bit longer pending the resolution of a copyright infringement suit filed against Paramount in Los Angeles Superior Court. The complaint was brought by representatives of the Truman Capote Literary Trust representing the interests of the…

Ghost of Tsushima is getting a film treatment from the director of John Wick

Sony Pictures and PlayStation Productions are partnering to adapt the popular video game Ghost of Tsushima for the big screen, as reported by IGN. John Wick director Chad Stahelski is on board to bring the story of samurai warrior Jin Sakai and his fight to liberate Tsushima to cinema audiences. Alex Young and Jason Spitz…

Does Covid play a role in Michael Keaton returning as Batman?

Everyone took it on good faith that Michael Keaton would be in some part reprising his role as Batman in the upcoming The Flash film. That may not be a done deal yet, though. What would keep Keaton from returning to the role? While it seemed definite that Keaton was set to reprise his version…

‘Black Widow’ and ‘Cruella’ Not Going Just to Theaters

The recent reopening of movie theaters may bring audiences back, but film fans will still have the chance to watch a few major debuts at home. online pharmacy buy flagyl with best prices today in the USA Disney has announced that it will release two of its most anticipated films, Cruella and Black Widow, in…