“Soul” is the winner of the 2021 Academy Award for Animated Feature. Meanwhile, Oscars viewership hit record lows.
On Thursday came very surprising news… big enough I pushed back my original planned blog post for today to write this one instead. Warner Bros.… Read More »Warner Bros. to simultaneously release all of its 2021 movies to theaters and HBO Max
HBO Max has made the news yet again in its short existence. This time, it’s related to (in my opinion) one of the few strong… Read More »HBO Max places a disclaimer on “Gone With the Wind”
The big entertainment news this week: the AMC Theatres chain is refusing to carry any and all Universal films. This is due to Universal’s success… Read More »AMC bans Universal films over “Trolls: World Tour?”
With the entire country (and world) embroiled in the coronavirus pandemic, “social distancing” and staying at home are becoming more and more common. Ditto working… Read More »Alternatives to visiting movie theaters, libraries, and comic book shops
The coronavirus pandemic is keeping many people at home, including families thanks to multiple school closings. There’s also encouragement to practice “social distancing,” which means… Read More »“Frozen II,” “Birds of Prey,” other films coming to home video early
The 2020 Academy Awards took place last night. Below are this year’s Oscar winners, plus my thoughts on such. Animated Feature Film Toy Story 4… Read More »“Toy Story 4” wins the 2020 Oscar for Animated Feature; “Hair Love” wins for Animated Short
A recent Gallup poll of over 1,000 adults 18 and older states that the most popular leisure time activity is… going to the library. More… Read More »Poll: More Americans go to the library than the movies
Back in 2018, I wrote a post about who I consider to be the most popular superheroes. While it’s been a popular post, the movies… Read More »What are the most popular superhero movies outside North America?
Just earlier this month, I wrote in a post about how MoviePass, the Netflix-like subscription service for movie theaters, still exists, but barely. Apparently, things… Read More »RIP MoviePass, plus a look at other movie subscription services