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Should You Race Back to Theaters When It’s Safe? Pretty Much Pop: Culture Podcast (#77) on the Big Screen Experience

https://podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/traffic.libsyn.com/secure/partiallyexaminedlife/PMP_77_1-3-21.mp3 The pandemic has kept us out of the movie theaters, forcing new streaming practices so that films can be released at all, but as these restrictions end in 2021, do we want things to go back just to the way they were? Your hosts Mark Linsenmayer, Erica Spyres, and Brian Hirt reviewed many articles where filmmakers fretted about the future of cinema. Even before the pandemic, concerns about ...
Tags: Google, Hollywood, Podcasts, Film, College, Netflix, Warner Bros, Brooks Barnes, Facebook Twitter, Brent Lang, Christopher Rosen, Jordan Crucchiola, Michael Shamberg, Kyle Buchanan, Matt Goldberg, Eric Kohn


The Trade Desk Appoints Matt Goldberg as EVP, North America

LOS ANGELES — Global advertising technology leader, The Trade Desk (Nasdaq: TTD), announced the appointment of Matt Goldberg as Executive Vice President for North America. Based in The Trade Desk’s New York office, Goldberg will be focused on driving revenue generation and new client acquisition strategy. “The Trade Desk has carved out a unique position at […] The post The Trade Desk Appoints Matt Goldberg as EVP, North America appeared first on Ad Tech Daily.
Tags: New York, Advertising, Global, Los Angeles, Press Releases, North America, Goldberg, Ad & Media Strategies, Ad Networks and Platforms, People in Ad Tech, Matt Goldberg, The Trade Desk, Trade Desk, TTD


The Trade Desk Appoints Matt Goldberg as EVP, North America - Global Banking And Finance Review

The Trade Desk Appoints Matt Goldberg as EVP, North America   Global Banking And Finance Review
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The Trade Desk Appoints Matt Goldberg as EVP, North America - StreetInsider.com

The Trade Desk Appoints Matt Goldberg as EVP, North America   StreetInsider.com
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The Trade Desk Appoints Matt Goldberg as EVP, North America - Yahoo Finance

The Trade Desk Appoints Matt Goldberg as EVP, North America   Yahoo Finance
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Batter up: Taylor vs Nationals in opening arbitration case

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) — Outfielder Michael A. Taylor and the Washington Nationals have argued baseball’s first salary arbitration hearing this year. Taylor asked for a raise from $2.5 million to $3.5 million, and the Nationals countered with $3.25 million Thursday before arbitrators Mark Burstein, James Darby and Matt Goldberg. A decision is expected Friday. […]
Tags: News, Washington, Sports, Ap, Taylor, St Petersburg Fla, Michael A Taylor, Matt Goldberg, Mark Burstein James Darby


Why Does Alex Garland's 'Annihilation' Perpetuate the Hidden Figure of Henrietta Lacks?

None As is now standard for new films—and especially films that adapt source material and thus draw from an existing archive—the cinematic release of Alex Garland's Annihilation (2018) prompted a flurry of "easter egg" exposés. "A Small But Literary Easter Egg You Probably Missed" (Bustle); Some Biology Easter Eggs for You from Annihilation" (Medium); "The Easter Egg in Annihilation that Clarifies Everything" (Refinery29). The term "easter eggs" in media once referred to hidden messages, images...
Tags: Feature, Music, Hbo, Maryland, America, Natalie Portman, Tessa Thompson, Johns Hopkins, Hopkins, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Alex Garland, Lena, Portman, Garland, Johns Hopkins University, Nowell


‘Pacific Rim: Uprising’ Early Buzz: First It’s Boring, Then It’s Totally Bonkers With Mixed Results

After five years of waiting, Pacific Rim Uprising is finally hitting theaters. The sequel to Guillermo del Toro’s 2013 sci-fi action extravaganza brings Star Wars lead John Boyega into the mix as Stacker Pentecost, the son of Idris Elba’s deceased character from the first film. This time, the humans are prepared for the return of the giant, city-demolishing monsters known as kaiju, but are critics prepared for a sequel that is out of the hands of monster master Guillermo del Toro? The first Pac...
Tags: Asia, Hollywood, Movies, China, Sci-fi, Movie Reviews, New York Times, Sequels, Guillermo Del Toro, Pacific Rim, Idris Elba, Universal, Uproxx, Pacific, John Boyega, Uprising


'Black Panther' has made more money in the US than 'Justice League' after just 4 days

Marvel's "Black Panther" outgrossed the domestic box office earnings of "Justice League" in just four days. "Black Panther" is estimated to have scored over $235 million at the domestic box office and $404 million worldwide. The Marvel film earned the fifth-highest opening of all time and the third-highest four-day opening in history, according to Box Office Mojo. "Justice League" has grossed just $228.6 million domestically since its release in November 2017. The DCEU film performed significa...
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‘The Cloverfield Paradox’ Early Buzz: Critics Are Divided on Netflix’s Latest Cloverfield Sequel

Netflix and the Cloverfield franchise pulled off a huge surprise last night, first dropping the long-awaited trailer for the third film in the series before handing us another shocker: the movie would be available to stream immediately after the Super Bowl. It’s a clever marketing scheme that holds true to the “disruptive” nature of both the Cloverfield franchise and the streaming service. Viewers would have no choice but to go into the movie fresh, with no positive or negative reviews to taint...
Tags: Movies, Sci-fi, Netflix, Thriller, Sequels, Paramount Pictures, Black Mirror, David Oyelowo, Paramount, J J Abrams, GONZALES, Daniel Brühl, Gugu Mbatha Raw, Roger Davies, Germain Lussier, IGN


Star Wars Bits: Dave Filoni on ‘Rebels,’ BB-8 Gets a Girlfriend, and Yes, More Porgs

In this edition of Star Wars Bits: Dave Filoni dishes on the fourth season of Star Wars Rebels and #AhsokaLives Fans take to photoshop to poke fun at the Han Solo movie Kathleen Kennedy speaks out on Hollywood sexism BB-8 changes his relationship status on Facebook Porgs swarm the sidewalk at a Lucasfilm arts festival And more! Star Wars Rebels executive producer Dave Filoni sat down with Andi Gutierrez on The Star Wars Show to tease the show’s fourth and final seaso...
Tags: Hollywood, Television, Movies, Sci-fi, EA, Sequels, Lucasfilm, Ron Howard, Star Wars Rebels, Kennedy, Rey, Mike Ryan, Kathleen Kennedy, Ron, Ezra, Robbie


‘Geostorm’ Reviews Quotes Make This Disaster Movie Sound Like a Must-See

Geostorm has had a rough road to the big screen. The Dean Devlin-directed disaster movie was shot back in 2014 but after some reportedly awful test screenings, the film underwent massive and expensive reshoots and was delayed all the way until today, when it finally stumbled into theaters without press screenings or even Thursday night showings in most markets. Sounds bad, right? Well, the reviews have arrived, and while the movie’s 18% Rotten Tomatoes score might seem dire, some of the reviews...
Tags: Hong Kong, Movies, Australia, White House, Sci-fi, Movie Reviews, Jake Gyllenhaal, Thriller, Neil Degrasse Tyson, Dean Devlin, Geostorm, Warner Brothers, Joblo, Butler, Devlin, Chris Hewitt


‘It’ Review Round-Up: A Ruthlessly Scary Adaptation That’s Also Clunky and Familiar

This weekend brings the latest adaptation of Stephen King‘s classic horror novel It to theaters. Or at least it brings the first half of what will be a two-part theatrical adaptation, when all is said and done. Director Andy Muschietti is tackling Pennywise the Dancing Clown and his terrorizing of the misfits known as The Losers’ Club this time, and based on the early buzz on social media recently, it sounded like the movie was going to be a beloved horror hit. Now that the full reviews are sta...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Stephen-King, It, Movie Reviews, Adaptation, New Line, Stanley Kubrick, Bill, Vanity Fair, King, Warner Brothers, Cary Fukunaga, Brian De Palma, Indiewire, Variety


‘The Dark Tower’ Review Round-Up: Can the Movie Really Be This Bad?

The time has come for fans of Stephen King’s The Dark Tower book series to see how the big screen adaptation of the sci-fi western has turned out. If the first reviews are to be believed (following press screenings that happened just 24 hours before the film gets a wide release, which usually isn’t a good sign), this movie is an absolute disaster. Find out what critics are saying in The Dark Tower reviews that have arrived online. Our own Ben Pearson offered up some quick thoughts on Twitter:...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Matthew-McConaughey, Wikipedia, Western, Stephen King, Sci-fi, Jj Abrams, Movie Reviews, Gop, Clint Eastwood, Adaptation, Sony, Guy Pearce, Idris-Elba, John Mccain


‘War for the Planet of the Apes’ Review Round-Up: An Astonishing, Absorbing Sequel

Though the release of War for the Planet of the Apes is still over two weeks away, 20th Century Fox knows they have a winner on their hands and have unleashed the extremely positive reviews and word of mouth a little early. Last week, the studio held free fan screenings all around the world, as well as the first press screenings, and while we already delivered our own glowing review of the movie (along with one compelling observation about a particular shortcoming), there are plenty more voices...
Tags: Movies, Superman, Sci-fi, Fox, Movie Reviews, Sequels, Rupert Wyatt, Andy-Serkis, Uproxx, 20th Century Fox, Captain America, Alexa, Forbes, Reeves, Indiewire, Mike Ryan


‘Baywatch’ Review Round-Up: The Action Comedy Can’t Save Itself From Drowning

It’s time for the second big studio comedy of the summer to hit theaters in the form of Baywatch, the big screen adaptation of the popular TV series from the 1990s that starred David Hasselhoff and Pamela Anderson. Hitting the beach are Dwayne Johnson and Zac Efron as a couple of musclehead lifeguards who get caught up in some high stakes action and danger. All the trailers have teased an action comedy in the same vein of 21 Jump Street, but if the first Baywatch reviews are any indication, the...
Tags: Comedy, Hollywood, Movies, Dwayne-Johnson, Movie Reviews, James Bond, Zac-Efron, Johnson, Usa Today, Paramount Pictures, Mitch, David Hasselhoff, Baywatch, Pamela Anderson, Chopra, Charlie


‘The Belko Experiment’ Teaser: James Gunn Brings A Battle Royale To The Office

While many are looking forward to Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, before that we’ll get a chance to see another film that director James Gunn worked on as a writer before getting behind the camera of the Marvel Studios sequel. The Belko Experiment is scripted by James Gunn but directed by Wolf Creek helmer Greg McLean, and it takes the intensity of The Hunger Games or Battle Royale and throws it into an every day office. Sure, you may have fantasized about unleashing fury on one of your co-work...
Tags: Movies, Sci-fi, Colombia, Thriller, John Gallagher Jr, Movie Trailers, James Gunn, Marvel Studios, Mike, Tony Goldwyn, Sean Gunn, Wolf Creek, Michael Rooker, Greg McLean, Dennis Harvey, Battle Royale


‘Tresspass Against Us’ Trailer: Michael Fassbender Wants Out of the Criminal Family Lifestyle

Before you watch Michael Fassbender play a man descended from a long line of assassins, how about watching Michael Fassbender as a man descended from a long line of low-level criminals? The actor recently hit TIFF with Trespass Against Us, which chronicles three generations of a criminal family in the British countryside. Brendon Gleeson plays patriarch Colby, who’s alternately charming and intimidating, while Fassbender plays his son Chad. Father and son don’t always see eye to eye, but their ...
Tags: Movies, Drama, Britain, Chad, Michael-Fassbender, Movie Trailers, Smith, A24, Fassbender, Adam Smith, Indiewire, Allan Hunter, Collider, Colby, Chemical Brothers, Ed Wood


‘High-Rise’ Trailer: Tom Hiddleston Is an Excellent Specimen

Tom Hiddleston is one of the few Marvel stars sitting out this summer’s Captain America: Civil War, but he might have something even better up his sleeve. This spring brings the release of Ben Wheatley‘s High-Rise, in which he plays a doctor named Robert Laing who moves into a high-end apartment building. He’s seduced by the easy luxury of life in the tower, which seemingly has everything a young man could need. But tension and unease are brewing between the classes, and a charismatic provocate...
Tags: London, Thriller, Adaptation, Movie Trailers, Tom Hiddleston, Elisabeth Moss, Magnolia, Wheatley, High Rise, Laing, Collider, Hiddleston, Ben Wheatley, Luke Evans, Jeremy-Irons, Robert Laing