Ahead of CinemaCon 2018 Samsung is set to open the first LED screen in the U.S. Another Step Towards Front-To-Back DIgital The technology was featured at last years CinemaCon by Samsung and Sony as an alternative, an eventual replacement, of projectors. The modular system allows for various sizes, and hopefully, moderate repairs if pixels get damaged. There... Continue Reading →
Paramount is getting its ducks in a row for their own cinematic universe, adding M.A.S.K. to the late. F. Gary Gray will direct the Mobile Armored Strike Kommand for the studio, which looks to be kicking off a series of its own. The 80's Are Never Going Away Produced by DIC Entertainment, M.A.S.K. aired in 1985... Continue Reading →
It looks like Steven Spielberg is the latest director pulled into the crazy train called "DC's cinematic efforts". Warner Bros. is looking to the director to helm Blackhawks under the DC branding. This union is exciting news for both parties for very different reasons. WB Diversifying Their Portfolio He joins Ava DuVernay, who has recently... Continue Reading →
Bad news if the one Cinematic Universes you were most excited about was Mad Max's Wasteland. Disputes between George Miller and Warner Brothers will keep them off the roads more than any post-apocalyptic gas shortage. David and Goliath It's come down to a he said/they said situation between the two. Miller alleges he and his team... Continue Reading →
Step aside Whovians; there’s another phonebooth looking to make some trips around space and time if everything goes well. If someone told me there was still steam behind the potential Bill & Ted threequel a year ago, I would brush it off. Sure, there’s long been talk of a sequel, but Keanu Reeves always seems... Continue Reading →
Who in the world is Carmen Sandiego? What returning characters are in "Captain Marvel"? What's a "Rom"? Another crown for the King, And Tyler Perry
Cannes makes changes, more Lego fun on the way, behind the scenes from "solo", "Scarface" making a return and the Spice Girls might be staging a comeback.
DC has seemingly handed the very bizarre and out-there Fourth World concept to DuVernay, a setting and set of very bizarre characters created by the late Jack Kirby.
As much as the idea of springboarding off the success of another film by replicating its blackness sounds like a massive fail, Sony might just be approaching this in the right way.