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theguardian.com - Stuart Heritage - Fish out your glasses! 3D movies are about to make a comeback
Fish out your glasses! 3D movies are about to make a comeback
The Guardian

Avatar 2 will be the riskiest film of the year for all sorts of reasons. There's the issue of whether or not the public actually wants a 12-years-in-the-making sequel to a film that has retained no cultural cachet whatsoever. There's the fact that…

nytimes.com - Scott Tobias - The 50 Best Movies on HBO Max Right Now
The 50 Best Movies on HBO Max Right Now
The New York Times

When HBO Max debuted in May 2020, subscribers rightfully expected (and got) the formidable catalog of prestige television associated with the HBO brand. But, if anything, its movie library draws from a much deeper well. WarnerMedia, which owns HBO…

businessinsider.com - Travis Clark - No 'Star Wars' movies in the works from Feige, Johnson: Lucasfilm
No 'Star Wars' movies in the works from Feige, Johnson: Lucasfilm
Business Insider

At least two expected 'Star Wars' film projects have been put on the back burner. Kathleen Kennedy confirmed there are no immediate plans for films from Kevin Feige or Rian Johnson. Two other movie projects are still on the table, but we likely…

gizmodo.com - A New League of Extraordinary Gentlemen Movie Could Be Heading to Hulu
A New League of Extraordinary Gentlemen Movie Could Be Heading to Hulu
Gizmodo

Since the 2003 League of Extraordinary Gentlemen film didn't prove fruitful for a franchise, Twentieth Century Studios is opting to go the streaming route with Hulu. There have been attempts at television shows before, notably one in 2013 that…

bgr.com - Andy Meek - The hit new Netflix movie that shot straight to #1
The hit new Netflix movie that shot straight to #1
BGR

For all of the bad press that Netflix has accumulated in recent weeks — and boy, has there been a lot of it — it might have gotten lost among some people that the streamer, to put it simply, has still got the touch. It can release…

nerdist.com - Here Are All of the STAR WARS TV Shows and Movies in the Works
Here Are All of the STAR WARS TV Shows and Movies in the Works
Nerdist

A whole lot is happening in the galaxy far, far away. Even through a dozen or so films and a handful of TV series, we've still barely scratched the surface of all there is to explore in the iconic space opera's storytelling landscape. For over…

socialmediatoday.com - Andrew Hutchinson - Twitter Provides New Insights into Rising Movie Discussion in the App [Infographic]
Twitter Provides New Insights into Rising Movie Discussion in the App [Infographic]
Social Media Today

After two years of being stuck at home, people are keen to get out into the world once again, which means that regular entertainment options are back in vogue, with movies, in particular, seeing a resurgence in interest, according to the latest…

lemonde.fr - Nicole Vulser - Streaming platforms continue to draw viewers away from movie theaters
Streaming platforms continue to draw viewers away from movie theaters
Le Monde

It was perfect timing ahead of the opening of the 75th Cannes Film Festival. A study on 'films and series on streaming platforms' commissioned from the market research group IFOP by the 1,200 member-strong French Association of Art Cinemas (Afcae)…

buzzfeed.com - hannahdobro - 19 Things I Really Expected To Have As An Adult, Thanks To TV And Movies
19 Things I Really Expected To Have As An Adult, Thanks To TV And Movies
BuzzFeed

Spoiler alert: I don't live in the same city, let alone state, as my best friends from high school or college. Getting an apartment in a new city (especially New York City) is pretty soul-crushing and weird. Absolutely gutted to report that my…

gamespot.com - Eddie Makuch - Next Star Wars Movies: Lucasfilm Boss Gives An Update On New Projects
Next Star Wars Movies: Lucasfilm Boss Gives An Update On New Projects
GameSpot

The Star Wars movie series hasn't seen a new release since 2019's The Rise of Skywalker, and the entire series is reportedly now on 'hiatus.' But what's the status of the film franchise going forward? Lucasfilm president Kathleen Kennedy told…

abc.net.au - Without seeing what's on the screen, Ria relies on music to create the movie world for her
Without seeing what's on the screen, Ria relies on music to create the movie world for her
ABC

One of my first experiences of a Hollywood movie was Harry Potter. I lived in Indonesia until I was 16 and didn't speak English. I've also been blind since the age of five — the result of congenital glaucoma. I heard the story of Harry…

techradar.com - Tom Goodwyn - The era of movie trilogies looks to be over for Star Wars...
The era of movie trilogies looks to be over for Star Wars...
TechRadar

In a lengthy interview with Vanity Fair that goes into great detail about the franchise and its many TV offshoots, Star Wars producer Kathleen Kennedy spoke about plans for a return to the big screen -- and cast doubt on two big projects. Spoiler…

slashfilm.com - Debopriyaa Dutta - Taika Waititi's Star Wars Movie Is Next In The Pipeline
Taika Waititi's Star Wars Movie Is Next In The Pipeline
/Film

The 'Star Wars' franchise is an ever-evolving one, and current developments including 'Obi-Wan Kenobi' warrant a grander plan in terms of future direction. And there seems to be a solid plan already in motion: Taika Waititi's own 'Star Wars'…

polygon.com - Austen Goslin - Every Star Wars movie and TV release set for 2022 and beyond
Every Star Wars movie and TV release set for 2022 and beyond
Polygon

Star Wars is in a very weird place right now. Disney has already completed its own Skywalker trilogy and closed that book on that story, but there are still tons of Star Wars projects that are somewhere on their way to theaters and streaming.

stltoday.com - Calvin Wilson - Enjoy 3 nights of Shakespeare-inspired movies this week in Forest Park
Enjoy 3 nights of Shakespeare-inspired movies this week in Forest Park
STLtoday.com

St. Louis Shakespeare Festival is presenting movies inspired by the works of the Bard from Thursday to Saturday in Forest Park. The screenings, in collaboration with Cinema St. Louis, are free. The film festival will include '10 Things I Hate About…

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