Month: December 2020

The specialty box office and streaming space is ringing in 2021 with a peppering of new titles starting with Shadow in the Cloud starring Chloë Grace Moretz, which opens in select theaters and drops on VOD and digital starting January 1, 2021. Directed by Roseanne Liang who co-wrote the script with Max Landis, Shadow in the
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“We refer to ourselves as ‘life partners,’ where you get into that space where you realize you are literally with somebody for the rest of your life. There’s no deal breakers,” Will explained in a 2018 appearance on TIDAL’s Rap Radar podcast. “There’s nothing she could do—ever—nothing that would break our relationship. She has my support
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Sabrina Spellman (Kiernan Shipka) has her hands full when Chilling Adventures of Sabrina returns to Netflix on New Year’s Eve with its fourth and final installment. When we last saw the teenaged witch, she had split herself in two, potentially causing a paradox that could throw the entire time-space continuum into chaos while the Eldritch
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“I feel really proud of those scenes honestly,” Dynevor told E! News. “We worked really hard at making them feel real.” Dynevor and Page worked with an intimacy coordinator and blocked out the scenes “like they were intricate stunts.” Showrunner Chris Van Dusen described them as “heavily choreographed.”  “We had many many conversations about exactly
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Singer-songwriter Amanda Shires has covered a Genesis classic to close out 2020. Check out Shires’ rendition of “That’s All,” from the group’s 1983 self-titled LP, below (via Rolling Stone). Shires referred to the track as a “true COVID anthem” in a press release. Her cover is accompanied by an animated visual that depicts a number
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While Marvel’s assembled a pretty stacked line-up, DC’s 2021 is looking just as super, especially when you consider this year ended with the much-delayed and even more anticipated release of Wonder Woman 1984. First up? Just the fan-demanded The Snyder Cut (Zack Snyder’s Justice League), which will debut as a four-part miniseries in March and gift
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Long before former Hulu chief Jason Kilar became disruptor in chief at WarnerMedia and put the entire 2021 Warner Bros slate on HBO Max, Fredric Rosen began changing the way concert tickets were sold as the Ticketmaster president/CEO, when the service became the leading computerized ticketing company in the world. He would become co-CEO of
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It’s a film that you’re meant to let your mind get lost in, as what begins as a simple story about a young woman meeting her boyfriend’s parents for the first time devolves into a meditation on the subjects of identity, time, and life, all while being simultaneously freaky and funny. The outstanding cast including
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