The new James Bond film NO TIME TO DIE has been delayed for a third time. It's now set for a Fall 2021 theatrical release.
With the MORIBUS delay, other 2021 release dates are likely to shift as well. Here's a look at the possible ripple effect.
While falling far short of normal expectations, WONDER WOMAN 1984 is overcoming many pandemic-era obstacles.
The Chicago Film Critics Association gave 5 awards to NOMADLAND, including Best Picture of 2020.
ROGUE SQUADRON is the first STAR WARS feature film to be greenlit since the close of the Skywalker saga.
Warner Bros. has committed to co-releasing their 2021 films in theaters and on HBO Max. AMC, the #1 multiplex chain, isn't having it.
WarnerMedia will continue their WONDER WOMAN 1984 dual-platform Theatrical/HBO Max release model for the entirety of 2021.
CROODS 2 is a COVID-era hit. Here's what that could mean for the struggling movie theater industry.
In another big pandemic experiment, WONDER WOMAN 1984 will release day-and-date in theaters and HBO Max on December 25, 2020.
Cinemark has agreed to a shortened 17-day theatrical window for Universal films, but with a caveat. Other studios and theaters should follow.