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Archives for September 2015

SFX Entertainment Reportedly Mulling Discounted Sell-Off of Certain Properties

SFX Entertainment could be a smaller company in near future — the EDM promoter is considering selling off some assets at fire sale prices, according to a report from the New York Business Journal. An asset sale wouldn’t be surprising given SFX’s financial situation. With mounting losses and a high burn rate, the company has […]

Marvel Movies Will Eventually Reference the TV Shows

By Terri Schwartz Marvel’s various TV shows have spent several seasons dealing with the aftermath of the events of Marvel’s movies, and the films will begin returning the favor. During a QA promoting the home video release of Avengers: Age of Ultron, Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige called the situation “inevitable.” “I think that’s inevitable […]

Kevin Feige Talks Captain Marvel, TV Characters in Movies, Spider-Man …

Posted on Wednesday, September 30th, 2015 by Peter Sciretta Last night I attended an event where Marvel head Kevin Feige and Avengers producer Jeremy Latchem were in attendance answering questions about Avengers: Age of Ultron and the future of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.  You can read everything they said about plotting the Infinity Stones in the first two and upcoming […]

Readers’ Poll: The 10 Best Matt Damon Movies

Matt Damon‘s upcoming flick The Martian comes to theaters next month, and if the buzz is correct it will be a huge smash. He plays an astronaut stranded on Mars that everyone on Earth believes is dead. It might sound similar to Interstellar where he played an astronaut stranded on a distant frozen planet, but this […]

The 7 Must-See Movies to See In October

It’s unlikely you’ll see better performances this year than Brie Larson’s electrifying turn as a young woman and Jacob Tremblay as her hyperactive 5 year-old Jack who have been held captive by a predator in a single room. Directed with great economy by Lenny Abrahamson with a nice screenplay by Emma Donoghue (who also wrote […]

Is Google’s future in television in Chromecast, or is it in Android TVs?

Chromecast is officially a thing. What started out as a simple streaming stick two years ago has now become a product that Google can boast about, with 20 million devices sold since launch. And today, we saw not one but two new versions of Chromecast, a video-streaming stick that supports modern Wi-Fi standards and another that […]

Sony Pictures Television Racks Up Sales For ‘The Player’

Hot off its U.S. debut, Wesley Snipes-starrer The Player has scored deals for Sony Pictures Television in 105 territories. The series, which premiered on NBC to a solid total viewership of 7 million across its first three days, tells the story of former FBI agent Alex Kane (Philip Winchester) who becomes embroiled in a secret society, where the stakes are […]

Critics’ Choice Television and Movie Awards to Combine for One Show

  Critics’ Choice Awards to air live on Sunday, January 17 A+E Networks, home of “The Critics’ Choice Television Awards” and “The Critics’ Choice Movie Awards” for the past year, will combine the two shows into one star-studded three-hour event. Together, the network and its continued partnership with the Broadcast Television Journalists Association (BTJA) and […]

Rob Lowe Speaks Out Against Objectifying Men on Television: "When Was the Last …

Aurora Rose/ Emma Watson isn’t the only one speaking out against sexism in Hollywood.  Rob Lowe is lashing out against the objectification of men on television, according to a new interview with Vulture. The 51-year-old star of Fox’s new comedy series, The Grinder, spoke candidly about how he feels male characters are poorly written on TV—all while calling […]

Unity Square opens with tons of entertainment planned, including live TV show … – Florida Times

Events have been held at Unity Plaza on Riverside Avenue for almost a year now, from holiday parties to vigils for children lost to violence, from financial workshops to daily yoga. Tuesday morning was the official opening of the plaza, and it included the obligatory long list of thank-yous and a ribbon-cutting. After all, the […]