The COVID-19 pandemic has forced people to come up with creative ways to entertain large audiences, particularly since movie theaters, concerts, and events probably won’t resume until at least next year. Continue reading Floating Cinemas Using Socially Distanced Boats Coming to Various U.S. Cities
The Color Purple will return to the big screen. Continue reading Oprah and Steven Spielberg to Produce ‘The Color Purple’ Movie Musical
Nearly 70 years after his first unsuccessful pursuit of the Road Runner back in 1949, Wile E. Coyote is heading to the big screen. Continue reading Warner Bros. Is Developing a Wile E. Coyote Movie
Black Panther just keeps on breaking records. After another successful week at the box office, the Marvel epic is now the top earning superhero film ever in North America, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Continue reading ‘Black Panther’ Is Officially the Highest-Grossing Superhero Film Ever in the U.S.
I’m still not entirely sure we needed another Matt Damon Bourne movie after not having one for nearly a decade, but we’re getting one this weekend. It’s probably not going to be as good as the original trilogy. That’s why it’s nice to look back on the three Bourne flicks that were actually good. Specifically, their fight scenes.
Films by Guillermo del Toro are always worth watching because they’re set in imaginative worlds filled with monsters and creatures and apparently, drenched in color. Quentin Dumas stitched this video together to show how del Toro uses red, blue and yellow tones (and sometimes all of them) to paint his films in order to evoke specific emotions.
New films are constantly building on the tropes and ideas of the films that came before them. Great films can be creative fuel for decades and decades of movies.