HBO Max announced the list of films, series, and specials that are coming and leaving the streaming service during March 2022. This March stream an iconic slate of slam-dunk content, award-winning films and critically acclaimed titles debuting on HBO Max. Celebrating one of the most storied basketball teams of all time, “Winning Time: The Rise of the Lakers Dynasty” (3/6) will bring fans closer to a team that defined an era, both on and off the court.…"HBO Max: Coming and Leaving in March 2022"
In a surprising turn of events, Carole Baskin has released The Conservation Game on YouTube through the Big Cat Rescue channel. Howard and Carole Baskin (of Netflix’s Tiger King fame) surprised fans today by teaming up with director Michael Webber to release his highly-anticipated documentary, The Conservation Game, on YouTube for free to U.S. audiences. The film will only be available online for a limited time on their Big Cat Rescue YouTube channel. It’s a…"The Conservation Game: Carole Baskin Releases Film Online"
Francis Ford Coppola is on the press tour again with The Godfather turning fifty and recently discussed Marvel and theaters, among others. His newest comments came during an interview with GQ senior staff writer Zach Baron. The article about Francis Ford Coppola is worth reading in its entirety so I highly recommend it. Every filmmaker has their thoughts on the current state, myself included. I said it before and I’ll say it again: Ben Affleck…"Francis Ford Coppola Discusses Marvel, Theaters"
In the newest installment of Marvel Studios Assembled for Eternals on Disney+, Kevin Feige referred to Avengers: Endgame as “the final Avengers movie.” This really should come as no surprise. I mean, where can you go from Endgame in terms of the brand itself? Steve Rogers, Tony Stark, and Natasha Romanoff are dead. It only leaves Bruce Banner, Thor, and Clint Barton in terms of the original six. While Black Widow is a Phase 4…"Avengers: Endgame Is “The Final Avengers Movie”"
ViacomCBS used the Paramount+ Investor Day to announce that the media conglomerate is changing their name to Paramount Global. Shari Redstone, Non-Executive Chair of the company’s Board of Directors: “Paramount is an idea: A promise to be the best. That promise has always been at the center of what we aspired to build as the steward of more than a century of cinematic excellence, and with businesses and brands that have defined and redefined entertainment…"ViacomCBS Changes Name To Paramount Global"
The year 2022 continues to take away as Oscar-nominated filmmaker Ivan Reitman, a child of Holocaust survivors, is dead at the age of 75. Born in then-Komárno, Czechoslovakia, the Reitman family would move to Canada when Ivan was only four years old. His mother, Clara, survived Auschwitz while his father, Leslie, was an underground resistance fighter. Reitman married Geneviève Robert in 1976 and was the father of Jason, Catherine, and Caroline Reitman. In 2009, Canada would…"Ivan Reitman: Ghostbusters Filmmaker Dead at 75"
The print run of Entertainment Weekly is going to be coming to an end while the magazine’s digital presence will continue to live online. I suppose we all knew this day was going to come. How people get their news is changing. We’re getting it through YouTube, podcasts, and social media. Print media is dying and this is sad for many reasons. I’m Jewish and I don’t use electronics on Shabbos. I turn to books,…"Entertainment Weekly Ending Print Run"
Following Monday’s comments on The View and The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, Whoopi Goldberg apologized for her Holocaust comments. Whoopi Goldberg started off Tuesday’s airing of The View with the following remarks: “So yesterday on our show, I misspoke and I tweeted about it last night but I kind of want you to hear it from me directly. I said something that I feel a responsibility for not leaving unexamined, because my words upset…"Whoopi Goldberg Apologizes for Holocaust Comments on The View"
While Whoopi Goldberg posted an apology on Twitter yesterday evening, it came after taping an appearance on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert. The Late Show posted the clip of their conversation on YouTube. One comment that Goldberg makes is that the Nazis couldn’t tell who was Jewish. Colbert asked her if the Nazis saw it as race. It’s very clear that Goldberg sees race through an American lens because her response was “Most of…"Whoopi Goldberg Doubles Down On The Late Show"
During a debate about the recent ban of Maus, Whoopi Goldberg discussed the Holocaust on The View and got the facts wrong in doing so. Goldberg said the following about the Holocaust: “The Holocaust isn’t about race. No. It’s not about race.” It gets further infuriating shortly thereafter when Goldberg said: “Well, this is white people doing it to white people. So, this is y’all go fight amongst yourselves.” Whoopi Goldberg is wrong, wrong, and,…"Whoopi Goldberg Is Wrong About the Holocaust"