Starz Will Stop Supplying Movies To Netflix

According to Nikki Finke’s Deadline, Starz will not longer provide content to Netflix when the current arrangement expires toward the end of February of next year. This can be nothing but terrible news for Netflix management because Starz provides a significant amount of content, particularly movies, though there are TV shows as well. Viewers too […]

No Surprise, Transformers Destroyed The Competition

It’s no surprise to anyone that “Transformers: Dark of the Moon” dominated the weekend box office, though how overwhelming it was may have been.  It pulled in $210 million overseas, and $162 million domestically, for a total of $372 million dollars. Now keep in mind that the film cost almost $200 million to produce, and […]

DVD R.I.P?

According to CNET, DVD sales are down 20 percent.  And while I can’t speak for anyone but myself, I know that if there’s a choice between downloading a movie via iTunes or purchasing a DVD, I will virtually always go with iTunes.

Online Casting Call for Tupac Shakur Biopic

Film director Antoine Fuqua (Training Daddy, Brooklyn’s Finest) launched an online casting call a couple of months ago in an attempt to find an unknown (but compelling) actor to play the late, great, Tupac Amaru Shakur. According to CNN, in order to audition, aspiring actors should visit InSearchOfTupac.skeetv.com and upload a five-minute video of themselves […]

Behind-the-Scenes WETA Livestream

It seems that WETA featured a Livestream about “Rise of the Planet of the Apes” just before Apple’s exclusive trailer debuted on Thursday.  The livestream featured Joe Letterii, Senior Visual Effects Supervisor for WETA, Dan Lemmon, a Visual Effects Supervisor, and actor Andy Serkis, who will be playing Caesar, the ape that leads the rebellion […]