The pre-recorded ceremony was hosted by NYFCC Chair Stephanie Zacharek of Time Magazine. She presented awards alongside last year’s winners Martin Scorsese (Best Film, The Irishman) and Bong Joon-Ho (Best Foreign Language Film, Parasite) as well as Frances McDormand, Alfre Woodard, Chloe Sevigny and Sacha Baron Cohen. … [Read more...] about New York Film Critics Circle Celebrates Winners With Virtual Ceremony Featuring Martin Scorsese, Bong Joon-Ho, Alfre Woodard And Frances McDormand
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The cost of a 30-second ad slot during Super Bowl LIV, which saw the Kansas City Chiefs defeat the San Francisco 49ers, was said to run about $5.6 million. Many movies were advertised during the game, with studios hoping to parlay that ad money into box office dollars. And yet, only The Invisible Man, Disney's live-action Mulan, Sonic the Hedgehog and The Spongebob Movie: Sponge on the Run have been released, just shy of a year later. And Spongebob is even kind of a technicality, as the movie debuted on Netflix internationally and in theaters in Canada. It will get a streaming release on CBS All Access, soon to be Paramount+, later this year in the U.S. Bill & Ted Face the Music had a Super Bowl presence with a Walmart commercial and social teaser but no official footage or TV spot was released during the game. … [Read more...] about Only 4 Movies Promoted During Last Year’s Super Bowl Have Been Released
Our theory for as to how Monica, who is obviously a S.W.O.R.D. agent sent in to rescue Wanda, became Geraldine is that the miniature red helicopter we saw in the second episode was actually a real one via which she entered Westview but the person controlling this phoney bubble made her crash. And as Wanda's powers have engulfed the entire town, Monica became a victim of it too, turning into one of the characters of a sitcom. She only managed to remember a part of why she came in before Wanda sent her crashing back to the real world. … [Read more...] about WandaVision: Someone Is Constantly Reprogramming the Fake Reality and It’s Not Wanda
There may be no show in the history of television that changed the art form more than The Sopranos. It ushered in an era of brooding antiheroes and complex, serialized storytelling that still thrives today, with an ever-growing roster of imitators (a few worthy, many not). When the show debuted on January 10, 1999, Alan Sepinwall and Matt Zoller Seitz were fledgling TV writers at Tony Soprano’s — and creator David Chase’s — hometown newspaper, New Jersey’s Star-Ledger. They quickly became obsessives — early to the hype, exhaustive and insightful in their analysis. Twenty years later, Sepinwall is Rolling Stone’s TV critic, while Zoller Seitz holds that title for New York magazine. They’ve written about countless shows from the binge-worthy to the trash-bin-worthy, but their passion for the HBO drama that changed everything has never left them. Their new book, The Sopranos Sessions, takes a microscopic look at the iconic series from every … [Read more...] about Exclusive Excerpt: ‘The Sopranos Sessions’ Goes Inside Groundbreaking HBO Show
The most popular faces of Bollywood, including Salman Khan, Shah Rukh Khan, Ranbir Kapoor, Alia Bhatt, Arjun Kapoor, Katrina Kaif, Jacqueline Fernandez, Shraddha Kapoor, and so on are expected to grace the newly-wedded couple's Mumbai reception. If the rumours are to be true, the Bachchan family is not invited to any of the wedding festivities. … [Read more...] about Varun Dhawan And Natasha Dalal’s Mumbai Reception: Here Is Everything You Need To Know!