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Cinemark Signs Deals With 5 Major Hollywood Studios for Shorter Theatrical Windows

Theaters aren’t dying — though it looks like they’ll be showing major studio releases for an even shorter time than before. Six months after Cinemark struck a deal with Universal Filmed Entertainment Group — which itself came a few months after Universal’s own deal with AMC Theatres — the exhibition chain has signed new pacts with five major Hollywood studios that could help shorten the theatrical window. Variety reports that Cinemark, the third most popular movie theater chain in the United...
Tags: Hbo, Hollywood, Movies, Amc, United States, Sony, Exhibition, Amc Theatres, Universal, Sony Pictures Entertainment, Warner Bros, Paramount Pictures, Paramount, Warner Brothers, Cinemark, Disney/Pixar

Five Great Last-Minute Mother’s Day Gifts for Pop Culture Moms

Mother’s Day is known as the “mother of all mail days” for a reason. If you’re late on picking out a present, we won’t tell and thankfully, Amazon Prime delivery will get you the gift before this weekend is over thanks to the hard-working mailmen and mailwomen around the globe. Here are a few great last-minute Mother’s Day gift ideas for entertainment-loving moms. Funko Pops Look, everybody loves Funko Pops. They’re affordable, cute figures that cover just about every media property imaginabl...
Tags: Amazon, Hbo, Movies, Article, Nintendo, Zelda, Mother's Day, ComingSoon, Zelda Wallet

NBC’s A Little Late With Lilly Singh Ending After Season 2

(Photo by The 32nd Annual GLAAD Media Awards/Getty Images for GLAAD) NBC and Lilly Singh have decided to end Singh’s late-night program A Little Late With Lilly Singh after just two years, the company and Singh announced on Thursday.   RELATED: Stranger Things Season 4 Trailer Asks ‘Eleven, Are You Listening?’ In a statement released alongside the announcement, Singh cited her desire to make longer-form content that focuses on other aspects and stories as the reason for deciding to end the sho...
Tags: Hbo, TV, Movies, Nbc, Jimmy Fallon, Netflix, TV News, Seth Meyers, Variety, Singh, Lilly Singh, Kenya Barris, Universal Television Alternative Studio, A Little Late with Lilly Singh, Universal Studio Group, Khalabo Ink Society Singh

Courteney Cox Says Friends Reunion Will Include Special Surprises

During a recent appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, when asked about how it was filming the long-awaited Friends reunion, Courteney Cox shared that it was an unbelievable and emotional moment as it was the first time in more than a decade that the six of them got together on a sound stage. She also teased that fans should anticipate the upcoming HBO Max special’s many surprises. “It was unbelievable,” Cox said. “It’s so emotional. It’s an unscripted reunion but we got to be on Stage 24 for ...
Tags: Hbo, Comedy, TV, Movies, Friends, Jennifer Aniston, TV News, Streaming, Ellen Degeneres, David Schwimmer, Elizabeth Olsen, Matt Leblanc, Cox, Burbank, Matthew Perry, Courteney Cox

How to watch 'Those Who Wish Me Dead' starring Angelina Jolie when it hits HBO Max and theaters on May 14

If you buy through our links, we may earn money from affiliate partners. Learn more. Warner Bros. "Those Who Wish Me Dead" is a new thriller starring Angelina Jolie and Nicholas Hoult. The movie arrives in theaters and on HBO Max on May 14. You can stream the film with an HBO Max subscription ($15/month) through June 14. Max (small) "Those Who Wish Me Dead" is the latest Warner Bros. film set to premiere in theaters and HBO Max on the same day. The movie will be available to stream as ...
Tags: Reviews, Hbo, Entertainment, Trends, Tech, Theaters, Streaming, Angelina Jolie, Lg, Warner Bros, Hulu, Dolby Vision, Max, Aidan Gillen, Nicholas Hoult, Tech Insider

John David Washington to Star in Gareth Edwards’ Sci-Fi Pic True Love

Coming off from his leading performance in Christopher Nolan’s latest film Tenet, Golden Globe nominee John David Washington has found his next sci-fi project in the form of New Regency’s upcoming film titled True Love. According to Deadline, the 36-year-old actor has officially signed on to star in Gareth Edwards’ directorial comeback film in nearly five years since directing Lucasfilm’s Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. Further details about Washington’s character as well as the plot are still be...
Tags: Hbo, Christopher Nolan, Movies, Dwayne Johnson, Washington, Sci-fi, Star, Netflix, David Cronenberg, Hugh Jackman, David O Russell, Christian Bale, Spike Lee, Lucasfilm, Viggo Mortensen, New Regency

‘Plan B’ Trailer: It’s Like ‘Never Have I Ever’ Meets ‘Unpregnant’

You might know Natalie Morales for her work as an actress on shows like Parks and Recreation, The Little Things, Happily, Stuber, or Bojack Horseman. But after directing several short films and multiple episodes of television, she’s making her feature debut in 2021. Her first film is a pandemic-era drama called Language Lessons, but it seems she quickly leapt to the next level with her second feature, Plan B. This one is a road trip comedy about a straight-laced high school student who attends ...
Tags: Hbo, Comedy, Movies, America, Netflix, Natalie Morales, Plan B, Movie Trailers, Hulu, Parks, Josh Ruben, Morales, Kumail Nanjiani, Joshua Levy, Kuhoo Verma, Victoria Moroles

Ken Jeong to Star in Amazon Prime Video’s Shoot the Moon

Ken Jeong is currently set to star in a half-hour dramedy series in the works at Amazon, according to a new report from Deadline. MORE: HBO Releases First House of the Dragon Photos The series titled Shoot the Moon will follow Michael (Jeong), a son of Korean immigrants. While Michael feels like he’s achieved the American dream initially, it all shatters after both his career and marriage fall apart. This causes him to go on a quest to reassess his life and priorities. Shoot the Moon is produce...
Tags: Amazon, Hbo, TV, Movies, Moon, TV News, Streaming, Kim, Michael, Amazon Prime Video, Daniel Dae Kim, Ken Jeong, ComingSoon, John Cheng, Daniel Day Kim, Paul Bae

‘Succession’ Season 3 Casts Adrien Brody and Alexander Skarsgård, Will Be the Season of Very Tall Men

Succession season 3 is raising itself to new heights — both literal and metaphorical. The HBO comedy series just added two towering actors to its ensemble, with Oscar winner Adrien Brody and Nordic statue Alexander Skarsgård joining the Succession season 3 cast as guest stars. RIP Kieran Culkin’s neck. The 5′ 6″ actor who plays Roman already has to deal with the gangling 6′ 7″ tall Cousin Greg (Nicholas Braun) — in a height difference the show already loves to poke fun at — and now he has tw...
Tags: Hbo, Comedy, New York, Television, Movies, Casting, Roy, Adrien-Brody, Braun, Cox, Logan, Variety, Kong, Alexander Skarsgard, Brody, Matthew MacFadyen

Issa Rae & City Girls’ HBO Max Series Rap Sh*t Gets Trio of Actresses

(Photo by Prince Williams/Getty Images) Aida Osman, KaMillion, and Jonica Booth have all been cast in Issa Rae’s HBO Max comedy Rap Sh*t (working title). MORE: Loki: Marvel Studios Moves Up Disney+ Series Premiere Date Confirmed today by WarnerMedia, the three actors are also joining Sadé Clacken Joseph, who was announced to be the director for the pilot episode of the hour-hour comedy. According to the logline of the series, Rap Sh*t follows two estranged high school friends from Miami, Shawna...
Tags: Hbo, TV, Movies, TV News, Streaming, Miami, Vh1, Mia, Thomas, Janeane Garofalo, Pierre, Osman, Shawna, Issa Rae, ComingSoon, Kevin `` Coach K '' Lee

Adrien Brody Joins HBO’s Succession for Season 3

(Photo by Allen Berezovsky/Getty Images) Following Monday’s announcement that Alexander Skarsgård had joined the cast of HBO’s Succession, Variety brings word that Oscar winner Adrien Brody (The Pianist, Peaky Blinders, The Grand Budapest Hotel) has also been added to the hit drama series’ third season. Brody, whose upcoming projects also include The French Dispatch, Blonde, and the Epix series Chapelwaite, will guest star as Josh Aaronson, described as a billionaire activist investor who becom...
Tags: Hbo, TV, Movies, Drama, TV News, Brian Cox, Streaming, Roy, Grand Budapest Hotel, Adrien Brody, Kendall, Epix, Alexander Skarsgard, Brody, Succession, Sanaa Lathan

Ben Mendelsohn Joins Daisy Ridley in The Marsh King’s Daughter

(Photo by Miikka Skaffari/Getty Images) STXfilms, Black Bear Pictures, and Anonymous Content have announced that Ben Mendelsohn (Babyteeth, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story) has joined Daisy Ridley (Star Wars trilogy) in Neil Burger’s (Limitless, The Illusionist) highly anticipated psychological thriller The Marsh King’s Daughter. The forthcoming adaptation of Karen Dionne’s best-selling novel of the same name was written by Elle Smith & Mark L. Smith (The Revenant, Midnight Sky). RELATED: Gunpowde...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Drama, Netflix, Canada, Shailene Woodley, Ben Mendelsohn, Daisy Ridley, Karen Dionne, Golden Globe, Helena, Ridley, Dionne, Damian Szifron, Joe Wright, Mendelsohn

The 7 most anticipated new movie releases in May, from Netflix's 'Army of the Dead' to 'A Quiet Place Part II'

Dave Bautista in "Army of the Dead." Netflix Every month, the television-tracking app TV Time provides Insider a list of the most anticipated new movies being released, based on the movies its US users have indicated they intend to watch. Netflix will release the Zack Snyder zombie action movie "Army of the Dead" this month. Paramount will drop "A Quiet Place Part II," which was originally scheduled to be released last year, but moved several times due to the pandemic. See more stories on ...
Tags: Hbo, Hollywood, London, Movies, Media, Entertainment, Disney, US, Trends, Features, Netflix, Army, Streaming, Emma Stone, Angelina Jolie, Las Vegas

HBO Releases First House of the Dragon Photos

HBO has released the first House of the Dragon photos from its upcoming Game of Thrones prequel ahead of its 2022 debut. The photos show Emma D’Arcy as Princess Rhaenyra Targaryen, Matt Smith as Prince Daemon Targaryen, Olivia Cooke as Alicent Hightower, Rhys Ifans as Otto Hightower, and Steve Toussaint as Lord Corlys Velaryon. RELATED: House of the Dragon Set Photos: First Look at Matt Smith & Emma D’Arcy Based on George R.R. Martin’s Fire & Blood,  House of the Dragon chronicles the rise and ...
Tags: Hbo, TV, Movies, House, Game Of Thrones, Rhys Ifans, Paddy Considine, Matt Smith, George R R Martin, Sonoya Mizuno, Olivia Cooke, Valyria, HBO Max, House of the Dragon, Rhaenyra Targaryen, Alicent Hightower

‘House of the Dragon’ First Look Images Reveal the Cast of the ‘Game of Thrones’ Prequel

House of the Dragon, the Game of Thrones prequel series set 300 years before the events of that show, has unleashed its first crop of official images featuring some Targaryens, Velaryons, and Hightowers looking very moody on the beach, as if they were posing for the worst swimsuit calender ever created. House of the Dragon is currently in production and will arrive on HBO Max in 2022. It’s one of several Game of Thrones spin-offs in the works. See the first look images below. House of the Dr...
Tags: Images, Hbo, Television, Movies, Fantasy, House, Game Of Thrones, Rhys-Ifans, Matt Smith, George R R Martin, Otto, Westeros, Aegon, Olivia Cooke, Greg Yaitanes, Miguel Sapochnik

Interview: Pink Skies Ahead Director Kelly Oxford Finds Humor in Anxiety

(Photo by David Livingston/Getty Images) Author Kelly Oxford found success due to her honest writing, and now her anxiety-tinged coming of age film Pink Skies Ahead is set to air on MTV this Saturday, May 8 at 9 p.m. commercial-free. Starring Jessica Barden (The End of the F***ing World) as the 20-year-old Winona, the comedic film chronicles her first anxiety attack after dropping out of college. ComingSoon.net Managing Editor Tyler Treese got the chance to discuss the film with Oxford ahead of...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Mtv, Oxford, Henry, Winona, Jessy, Movie News, Jessica Barden, Kelly Oxford, HBO Max, Pink Skies Ahead, Tyler Treese, Pink Skies Ahead Director Kelly Oxford, David Livingston Getty Images Author Kelly Oxford, Henry Wrinkler

‘Demon Slayer’ Pulled a Fatality on ‘Mortal Kombat’ at the Box Office

Looks like Mortal Kombat suffered a fatality at the box office (get it, because that’s a thing they say in the games?). The latest attempt to turn the video game franchise into a film was number one at the box office the last time we spoke of these things, but in the week since, it’s fallen to number two while the anime Demon Slayer: Mugen Train – which had previously been in second place – climbed to number one. But in both cases, the two top films lost 70% of their audiences, which isn’t a gr...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Disney, Box Office, Tom, Kong, Jerry, Scott Pilgrim, Demon Slayer, Mortal-kombat, Mugen Train

Martin Scorsese Will Introduce ‘Goodfellas’ and ‘Mean Streets’ for the 2021 TCM Classic Film Festival

The 2021 TCM Classic Film Festival is being presented virtually on TCM and HBO Max next month, and it will bring with it two new introductions from Martin Scorsese. Scorsese will (virtually) be on hand to introduce both Goodfellas and Mean Streets for the fest, which means we’ll get to hear one of our greatest living filmmakers talk about his filmmaking, and honestly, you can’t beat that, folks. An excerpt from Scorsese’s Goodfellas introduction is available below. Martin Scorsese Goodfella...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Scorsese, Goodfellas, Martin Short, Michael Douglas, Tcm, Martin-Scorsese, Barry Levinson, Ray Liotta, Debbie Allen, Film Festivals, Ed Wood, Dana Gould, Los Angeles Opera, Bill Morrison

Superhero Bits: Andrew Garfield Denies ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ Rumors, ‘Sin City’ 30th Anniversary Re-Release & More

Which Marvel Comics character almost ended up appearing in The Mitchells vs. The Machines? Could a third season of Pennyworth end up being ordered by HBO Max? Could Sacha Baron Cohen be appearing in Thor: Love & Thunder? Is the Green Lantern Corps. movie still happening? Why is Andrew Garfield denying Spider-Man: No Way Home rumors? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Here’s the trailer for the upcoming X-Men: Hellfire Gala comic book arc, introducing a new mutant line-up....
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Spider-Man, Superman, Disney, Suicide Squad, Thor, Andrew Garfield, Cw, Machines, Sacha Baron Cohen, Sin-City, Loki, Mitchells, Warner Bros TV, Green Lantern Corps

Latest ‘In the Heights’ Trailer Showcases the Song “96,000”

Hey, how about yet another look at In the Heights? The other big Lin-Manuel Miranda musical is headed to theaters soon, and Warner Bros. really wants to sell it as the movie of the summer. And who can blame them? It looks like a big, fun, energetic movie with a diverse cast and great songs from the guy who created Hamilton. Lots of folks can get behind that. Watch a new In the Heights trailer below featuring the song “96,000.” In the Heights Trailer – 96,000 There have already been mult...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Warner Bros, Movie Trailers, Musical, Warner Brothers, Washington Heights, Lin Manuel Miranda, WB, Jon M Chu, Quiara Alegria Hudes, Jimmy Smits, In The Heights, HBO Max, Stephanie Beatriz Dascha Polanco, 181st Street

'Tulsa: The Fire and the Forgotten' Documentary Film Official Trailer

"If you don't know your history, it will repeat itself. Well, it's repeating itself…" PBS has debuted an official trailer for a documentary titled Tulsa: The Fire and the Forgotten, an extensive look at the infamous Tulsa race riot of 1921. This terrible event gained extra attention when featured in the excellent "Watchmen" HBO series, and has since then become required teaching when it comes to US history. Learn more about the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre, on the 100th anniversary of the crime,...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Trailer, US, Documentaries, Pbs, Tulsa, Michel Martin, To Watch, Tulsa Race Massacre

Gomorrah Season 4 Trailer Released for HBO Max’s Gritty Italian Mafia Drama

HBO Max has released the official Gomorrah Season 4 trailer teasing a gritty new installment in the critically-acclaimed Italian mafia drama. The streamer will launch the entire fourth season of the Max Original on Thursday, May 20, marking the season’s premiere for U.S. audiences. The third season of Gomorrah debuted exclusively on HBO Max this January and the first three seasons are available to stream now. You can check out the trailer for the fourth season in the player below! RELATED: Hugh...
Tags: Video, Hbo, TV, Movies, Drama, Hugh Jackman, TV News, Streaming, Levante, Naples, Gomorrah, Roberto Saviano, Pietro, Cattleya, Genny, Francesca Comencini

Updates From Dungeons & Dragons, The Conjuring, and More

There’s good news for Stargirl and Kung Fu’s future on the CW. Get a look at the new ghost-ship show from the creators of Dark. The What We Do in the Shadow sets its premiere date. Plus, a psychedelic glimpse of . Spoilers get!Read more...
Tags: Hbo, Science, Films, Kung Fu, Karen, Netflix, Devil, Po, Dungeons Dragons, Chris Pine, Jim Cook, The Conjuring, Mike Minogue, StarGirl, The Conjuring The Devil Made Me Do It, Creative Works

Batman-Adjacent Prequel Series ‘Pennyworth’ Could Move From Epix to HBO Max

Batman’s future butler may have just found a new home – and it appears to be an upgrade. Pennyworth, the prequel series that focuses on DC Comics character Alfred Pennyworth’s pre-butler adventures as a British SAS agent, might shift from its current home on Epix to greener pastures at HBO Max. Negotiations are taking place right now, and you can read the details below. Deadline reports that negotiations are ongoing between Epix and Warner Bros. TV for a third season of Pennyworth to end up ...
Tags: Hbo, London, Television, Movies, Adaptation, Harley Quinn, Bruce Wayne, Batman, Sas, Epix, Warner Bros TV, Comic Book/Superhero, Action/Adventure, Bob Kane, Alfred Pennyworth, Danny Cannon

‘Scarface and the Untouchable’ TV Series About Al Capone and Eliot Ness in the Works at Showtime

The story of Al Capone and Eliot Ness will be dramatized yet again, this time for the Showtime series Scarface and the Untouchable. The series is based on the non-fiction book by Max Allen Collins and A. Brad Schwartz, and “chronicles the lives of gangster Al Capone and his lawman nemesis, Eliot Ness in Prohibition-era Chicago.” The tale of Capone and Ness has been told before in multiple forms of media, including the Untouchables TV series which in turn inspired Brian De Palma’s stylish, very ...
Tags: Florida, Hbo, Television, Movies, White House, Chicago, Showtime, Adaptation, Robert De Niro, Tom Hardy, Kevin Costner, Brian De Palma, Brad Schwartz, Schwartz, South Side, Eliot Ness

HBO Max Orders Love and Death Starring Elizabeth Olsen

  HBO Max has ordered the limited series Love and Death starring Elizabeth Olsen (WandaVision) as real-life Texas killer Candy Montgomery. It’s based upon the book Evidence of Love: A True Story of Passion and Death in the Suburbs by Jim Atkinson and Joe Bob Briggs, plus articles from Texas Monthly. The logline for the series is, “Two church-going couples, enjoying small-town family life in Texas, until somebody picks up an axe.” RELATED: Interview: Jacqueline Pereda Talks HBO Short Generation ...
Tags: Hbo, TV, Texas, Movies, Lionsgate, Nicole Kidman, Scott Brown, TV News, Streaming, Elisabeth Moss, Elizabeth Olsen, Elizabeth, Nicole, Lesli Linka Glatter, Aubrey, Alexander Skarsgard

Tig Notaro Animated Stand Up Special Coming to HBO This Summer

Here’s something groundbreaking for you comedy fans: HBO is going to release the first-ever fully animated stand-up special. I’m not entirely sure how that even works, but the special comes from Tig Notaro. Notaro selected Six Point Harness, whose credits include Hair Love, Lazor Wulf, Guava Island, and Waffles + Mochi, to produce the animation for the special. Tig Notaro, who has a role in the upcoming Zack Snyder zombie heist flick Army of the Dead, is set to lead an animated stand-up spec...
Tags: Hbo, Comedy, Movies, Tig Notaro, Netflix, Ellen Degeneres, TIG, Nana, Zack Snyder, DeGeneres, HBO Programming, Notaro, Army of the Dead, Nina Rosenstein, Tig Notaro Animated Stand Up Special, Tig Notaro Notaro

New In the Heights Trailer Previews 96,000 Musical Number

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Warner Bros. Pictures has released a brand new trailer for Jon M. Chu’s upcoming film adaptation of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s hit Broadway musical In the Heights, which is scheduled to premiere on June 18 in theaters and on HBO Max. The video provides us a preview of one of the film’s big musical numbers titled “96,000,” which is now available on music streaming sites. Check out the In the Heights trailer in the player below! Written by Lin-Manuel Miranda and performed by lead st...
Tags: Video, Hbo, Movies, Drama, New York City, Netflix, Broadway, Streaming, Warner Bros, Musical, Steven Spielberg, Dominican Republic, Washington Heights, Lin Manuel Miranda, Vanessa, Marc Anthony

Succession Season 3 Adds Alexander Skarsgård in a Recurring Role

More than a year since starring in the acclaimed first season of Big Little Lies, Alexander Skarsgård is officially heading back to HBO for the highly-anticipated third season of Succession. Skarsgård has signed on for the recurring role of Lukas Matsson, described as a successful, confrontational tech founder and CEO. Production on the upcoming new season is currently underway in New York City. This marks the Swedish actor’s latest collaboration with HBO after starring in 2008’s limited series...
Tags: Hbo, Comedy, TV, Movies, Drama, White House, New York City, TV News, Brian Cox, Roy, Jeremy, Godzilla, Adam Mckay, Kendall, Armstrong, Taika Waititi

Interview: Jacqueline Pereda Talks HBO Short Generation Por Qué?

Generation Por Qué? is a unique comedy short that focuses on the life of a first-generation American and being the child of immigrants. Comedian Jacqueline Pereda created, starred in, and directed the short, which premiered May 1 on HBO Latino and is now on HBO Max for everyone to stream. ComingSoon.net’s Managing Editor Tyler Treese had the pleasure of speaking with Pereda about her role, the unique lives that first-generation Americans live, and how the special came to be. Check out our Jacqu...
Tags: Hbo, TV, New York, Movies, America, Broadway, Poland, TV News, Cuba, Andrea, Daniela, Andrea Burns, ComingSoon, Sandor, Pereda, Jacqueline Pereda

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