The twenty-fifth James Bond film produced by Eon Productions, Cary Joji Fukunaga’s NO TIME TO DIE, was scheduled to be released just next month on April 2nd in most of the world and on April 10th in the United States. The coronavirus outbreak has now affected most of the world, and major events all over the world are now likely to be either canceled or postponed. Now MGM, Universal Pictures, and Eon Productions have announced that the publicity tour and the global release of the film have been postponed to November 2020 to minimize the risk of infection at movie theaters all over the world and to ensure commercial success. Continue reading “‘NO TIME TO DIE’ Theatrical Release Postponed Due to Coronavirus Outbreak – Special Features #64”
Have you ever heard the phrase: New year, new me? Well, I thought that since we have now entered the potentially glorious year of 2020, I should give my readers an update about the adjustments being made to the recurring blog post series on I’m Jeffrey Rex. Today, I’m announcing a couple of adjustments as well as a huge review project for this March. Continue reading “2020 Update: I’m Jeffrey Rex”
Great news, True Believers! Sony Pictures and Disney’s Marvel Studios have just, via a joint press release, announced that, for now, they will continue their partnership and let Spider-Man (played by Tom Holland) stay in Disney’s Marvel Cinematic Universe. Together they will co-produce a sequel to Spider-Man: Far From Home set to be released on July 16, 2021, and, the press release adds, Spider-Man will also appear in a future Marvel Studios-film. Continue reading “BREAKING NEWS: Spider-Man Will Stay in the MCU”
Bad news, true believers, Spider-Man may be out of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. First reported by DEADLINE, it appears that, in trying to negotiate the terms of a deal to extend Sony and Disney/Marvel Studios’ partnership in producing films starring Marvel’s web-slinger, Sony has refused to return to the negotiating table. Sony owns the film rights to the character, but, since February of 2015, Sony and Marvel Studios have had a partnership that led to Spider-Man’s appearance in Captain America: Civil War, Avengers: Infinity War, and Avengers: Endgame, as well as the creative direction — guided by Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige — for the Sony solo-films Spider-Man: Homecoming and Spider-Man: Far From Home which were both co-produced by Marvel Studios and featured Disney-owned characters such as Iron Man and Captain America. Continue reading “BREAKING NEWS: The MCU May Have Just Lost Spider-Man — UPDATED”
Today, I’m announcing something new for the blog for the remainder of 2019. I’ve got two announcements as well as an update for Box Office Predictions. Let’s dive in! Continue reading “Best of the 2010s, Franchise Reviews, and an Update”
I should have my reaction article ready for you soon, but you probably won’t be ready for how frustrated I am. But until then, feast your eyes on the complete nominations list for the 91st Academy Awards.
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I should have my reaction article ready for you soon. But until then, feast your eyes on the complete nominations list for the 72nd BAFTA Film Awards.
Continue reading “72nd BAFTA Film Awards: Complete Winners List”
I should have my reaction article ready for you in a couple of hours. But until then, feast your eyes on the complete list of winners at the 76th Golden Globe Awards. Here are the winners that the Hollywood Foreign Press Association decided to recognize with little golden trophies. Continue reading “76th Golden Globe Awards: Complete Winners List”
During an interview with the Film Stage, actor Ethan Hawke discussed the quality of superhero movies and went on to disagree with the notion that Logan is a great film. In this Special Features-article, I want to discuss his quotes and give my own opinion about the Hawke quote and quotes like them. Continue reading “Ethan Hawke Doesn’t Think LOGAN Is A Great Film – Special Features #29”
I imagine that AMPAS President John Bailey is currently doing his best Gob Bluth impression in his living room and saying “I’ve made a huge mistake.” Cut to black, roll credits, and play Simon & Garfunkel’s The Sound of Silence, because the fact of the matter is that the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences just made a lot of people mad. Continue reading “Did The Academy Just Ruin the Oscars Ceremony? – Special Features #27”