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The Matrix 4 slips back another year

Delays are inevitable in the world of movies at the moment. With very few exceptions, no major productions have been able to film anything for the past three months anywhere in the world. That means that movies that were due to be released at the end of 2020 have slipped back until 2021, and films [[...]

Tom Cruise Gets Space-y

— by LYNETTE CARRINGTON — It was revealed this week that Tom Cruise will soon be heading to the International Space Station to shoot a film. NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine confirmed Cruise’s upcoming space romp from his official Twitter account on May 5 by tweeting, “NASA is exci[...]

Movie rental chain going all in on CBD

— by SIMON LEDGER — Family Video, a Midwest movie rental chain, has a new product in store, but it’s not what you would expect. In fact, if you were to guess, chances are you would never get it right. The product itself is CBD, or cannabidiol. Over 50 stores in Michigan alone, and 250 [...]

Chris Hemsworth set to play Hulk Hogan

He has already amazed us all on the big screen with his feats of strength playing the Norse god Thor in “The Avengers” series of movies and in standalone adventures, but now Chris Hemsworth has accepted a role that might be even more over the top. Next year, he will be starring in the lead [&hel[...]

Preparing for Microsoft 70-741 Exam?

Microsoft is considered to be one of the most renowned vendors of prestigious IT credentials and exams to equip you with the required skills to launch or advance your career in the IT field. With their badges you will always stay up to date with the modern technologies that evolve every single day a[...]

The Batman Production Shut Down

For decades, we’ve all liked to believe that Batman couldn’t be defeated. The Caped Crusader may not have supernatural powers in the same way that most TV and movie superheroes do, but that never mattered for Bruce Wayne’s alter-ego. Thanks to his resilient bat-suit, his wit and cunning, and h[...]

Who are 2019’s highest-paid actors?

— by BERNARD OZ — Forbes’ ranking of 2019’s highest-paid actors has been released, and occupying the top three of the list is the trio of Dwayne Johnson, Chris Hemsworth and Robert Downey Jr. According to Forbes, Dwayne Johnson – who featured in movies such as “Fast &[...]

Veronica Mars (2019) hits DVD on Oct. 22

The wait is over. Television’s favorite super-sleuth is back, and on a mission to save Neptune. Discover more secrets, snooping and seduction like never before as Warner Bros. Home Entertainment releases “Veronica Mars (2019): The Complete First Season” on DVD Oct. 22, 2019. “Veronica Mars ([...]

Sonic The Hedgehog redesign is official

The fan base of Sonic the Hedgehog is notoriously loyal, to the point of fanaticism. Each new game is awaited anxiously when announced, debated passionately upon arriving, and likewise defended ferociously from outside criticism. So, when an official Sonic the Hedgehog live action film was announced[...]

Is DC back from the brink?

It wasn’t so long ago that “Batman v. Superman” was splitting audiences down the middle. Some said it was okay, while others were cringing at the name Martha somehow being the ultimate resolution to a superhero conflict. No problem, fans thought nervously, surely they’ll bring it back in the[...]

What to expect from the 2019 Oscars

The most exciting film event of the year is fast approaching, with pundits and fans across the world making their predictions and calculating the odds for who will win. The 91st Academy Awards is set to take place on Feb. 24 in the historic home of the Oscars, the Dolby Theatre. With 2018 having bee[...]

A look at Disney’s upcoming remakes

A tweet went out at the end of November 2018 stating Walt Disney had left in his will that all movies should be remade after every 10 years. This tweet stated that the reason for these remakes was so that each generation could have its chance of watching the movies. This was, however, proven to [&he[...]

Review: A Bread Factory, Part Two

— by BEV QUESTAD — Hold on, ye professed intellectuals! Patrick Wang takes the time with left-over funding from “A Bread Factory, Part One” to do a second response to the real-life story of a New England community arts center in trouble. In case “Part One” wasn’t experimental e[...]

41st Portland International Film Festival

— by BEV QUESTAD — Each February, Portland, Oregon, sparkles up with PIFF, the Portland International Film Festival. This year’s opening night gala – abounding with Pinot Noir, grilled vegetables, quinoa and baklava – was a maximum capacity event. The movie of the night was “The [...]