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    Returning to the Cinema: Going to a Movie During COVID-19

    It’s been a while since almost anyone last sat in a movie theater. More than the concessions and comfy seats, the cinema is an establishment designed for an escape from everyday life. By exploring new worlds in a dark auditorium, you can’t replace the feeling one gets when going to the movies. But then COVID-19 […] More

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    Hollywood Critics Association to Host Triviathon For COVID-19 Relief Funds

    The Hollywood Critics Association (HCA) is hosting a film and television Triviathon to help raise funds for those affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. In a press release Monday, the association says it hopes this offers “some much-needed enjoyment and entertainment while also helping to support those who have been on the front lines and helping […] More

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    Pete Davidson & Judd Apatow’s ‘The King of Statan Island’ Coming To VOD In June

    While other studios have opted to forgo theatrical releases due to COVID-19, Universal Studios has arguably been the biggest proponent of straight to VOD releases. Earlier this year, the studio kick-started the trend of VOD rentals for theatrical releases with “The Invisible Man,” “The Hunt,” “Emma,” and, most notably, “Trolls: World Tour.” While studios such […] More

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    Toronto Film Festival Weighs ‘Digital’ and Alternative Options For September

    As the year’s film festivals weigh their options around the pandemic, Toronto Film Festival remains on track for the September season in some form or another. TIFF organizers are making any and all alternatives ready should a second wave of the virus emerge in the fall. Executive director and co-head Joana Vicente says “postponing is […] More

  • IFC Films Offers Library of Curated Programs in U.S. Theaters May 29

    IFC Films announced the Indie Theater Revival Project, an initiative to support its partner theaters as they get ready to reopen to the public in the coming weeks and months. The program includes a selection from the IFC archives as a way to fulfill screenings amid the absence of new releases. While the coronavirus pandemic […] More

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    Warner Bros. Sets New Release Dates For ‘The Batman,’ ‘The Flash,’ and ‘Shazam 2’

    The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in some massive overhauls to the cinematic release calendar. Universal became the first studio to make significant adjustments to their slate delaying “F9,” “Minions 2,” and “Sing 2” a year. Next came Sony, who also delayed “Ghostbusters: Afterlife,” “Morbius,” and Tom Holland‘s “Uncharted” a year. A few weeks ago Disney […] More

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    Stage 32 to Begin Screening Films Affected By COVID-19 Festival Cancellations

    As the coronavirus pandemic leads the film industry into uncertain times, Stage 32 is taking the initiative to screen films impacted by the mass festival cancellations. The platform is kicking off Stage 32 Screenings, an effort to present films and connect filmmakers to buyers and distributors. Stage 32 Screenings begins Tuesday, April 21. The online […] More

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    Disney Finds New Dates For ‘Soul’ and ‘Raya and the Last Dragon’

    After staying silent during the initial wave of film delays and cancelations, Disney has made significant changes to their slate. Two weeks ago, the studio did a complete overhaul of their calendar. “Mulan” and “Black Widow” found new release dates later this year; Dwayne Johnson and Emily Blunt‘s “Jungle Cruise” was pushed back to next […] More

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    Nicole Kidman’s Classic Horror Film ‘The Others’ Is Getting A Remake

    In a week where we learned about a remake of the 1955 classic, “Night of the Hunter,” the announcement of another remake sparked more conversation because its original is barely 20 years old. According to Deadline, Nicole Kidman‘s beloved horror film, “The Others,” is getting a remake. Sentient Entertainment has purchased the rights to the […] More

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    Dave Bautista’s ‘My Spy’ Heading to Amazon Prime

    While the coronavirus pandemic rages on, many of the films affected by it are beginning to see new release dates. Just last week, Disney announced new dates for “Mulan” and “Black Widow“ with “Artemis Fowl,” heading straight to Disney+. Before that, Paramount slotted “A Quiet Place Part II” in Sept. and “Top Gun: Maverick” in […] More

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