Following a report from Deadline last night, it was revealed that Disney is considering moving three of its future films - Pinocchio, Peter Pan, and Cruella - to Disney+ for release. This comes just days after Warner Bros. had announced that its upcoming blockbuster, Wonder Woman 1984, would be releasing day and date on its … Continue reading ‘Black Widow’ Offers Smaller Impact Than ‘Wonder Woman’ on Streaming
In a surprise announcement, Warner Bros. and HBO Max confirmed that the highly anticipated, and much delayed, blockbuster Wonder Woman 1984 would be releasing on the fledgling streaming service HBO Max on Christmas Day for one month. In addition to HBO Max, the film will also be releasing in any open theaters across the country … Continue reading The Streaming Wars: HBO Max looks for Subscription Spike with Christmas Release of ‘Wonder Woman 1984’
After the release of 2008's The Dark Knight, Christopher Nolan became one of the few directors in Hollywood whose name can drive audiences to theaters on its own. The director - who works exclusively with Warner Bros. - has released 4 original films in the twelve years since his Batman magnum opus. His newest film, … Continue reading Christopher Nolan’s $250M Gamble
According to a report from Deadline Hollywood, Warner Bros' sequel to 1980’s The Shining, starring Ewan McGregor and Rebecca Ferguson is set to lose upwards of $20M. Doctor Sleep, which cost $45M to produce, earned just $14.1M over its opening weekend according to studio estimates. That number is down 43.6% from the projected $25M it … Continue reading Deadline: DOCTOR SLEEP to Lose $20M+ for Warner Bros.
The idea of suggesting that JK Rowling, the woman whose imagination has birthed the magical Wizarding World of Harry Potter, which has enchanted the lives of millions and grossed billions of dollars in movies alone, has somehow become a problem for the franchise may sound like heresy, but hear me out. Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes … Continue reading ‘Fantastic Beasts’ Has a JK Rowling Problem
Earlier this week, the latest installment to the enormously popular Harry Potter franchise received less than stellar early reviews from critics. The sequel to 2016's reintroduction to the Wizarding World is currently sitting at 57% on Rotten Tomatoes with a 6.3/10 average rating. The tepid reviews, though, don't seem to be quelling moviegoers' excitement - … Continue reading Box Office Preview: ‘Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald’