Warner Bros.' Paradigm Shift
In what appears to be a signal of a major paradigm shift in how Hollywood does theatrical releases, Warner Bros. announced that all of their films in 2021 will be released simultaneously in the theater and on HBO Max. After 30 days HBO Max will stop playing the films and they will remain in theaters (which seems backwards). This is a one year plan for the company.
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Don't Miss Your Moment
Print media has been an interesting study in Boomer leadership not understanding what happened to them until it was too late.
Loki's Gender Fluid
"Loki's gender fluid!" Well of course he is. He's the villain. The bad guys are evil. Getcha some Leviticus 20.
Gender Neutral Oscars???
Sam Mendes, the director of such Oscar-worthy films as “American Beauty” and “1917” has stated that gender neutral categories in the Oscar Awards are “inevitable” in a recent interview with the BBC.