Matt Singer is the editor and critic of the website ScreenCrush.com. For five years, he was the on-air host of IFC News on the Independent Film Channel, hosting coverage of film festivals and red carpets around the world. A member of the New York Film Critics Circle, he’s been a frequent contributor to the television shows CBS This Morning Saturday and Ebert Presents At the Movies, and his writing has also appeared in print and online at The Village Voice, The Dissolve, and Indiewire. His first book, Marvel’s Spider-Man: From Amazing to Spectacular, is on sale now.
Warner’s Streaming Service Will Include HBO and Cinemax
The service will reportedly cost more than competitors like Netflix and Disney+.
Prices For Vintage Fonzie Lunchboxes Have Tripled Since ‘Captain Marvel’ Came Out
Prices of vintage ‘Happy Days’ merch have skyrocketed since a Fonzie lunchbox was featured in the new Marvel blockbuster.
Tom Hanks and Tim Allen Got Emotional On Last Day Recording ‘Toy Story 4’
The actors shared their feelings doing their last lines as Woody and Buzz ... maybe ever?
James Gandolfini’s Son Will Play Tony Soprano in the ‘Sopranos’ Prequel Movie
The young Tony will appear in the ‘Sopranos’ prequel film currently in development.
Netflix Will Reportedly Release 90 (!) Original Movies in 2019
According to our advanced metrics, that’s a whole lot of movies.
Penny Marshall, Iconic Comedian and Film and TV Director, Dies at 75
The ‘Laverne and Shirley’ actress and ‘League of Their Own’ filmmaker died following complications from diabetes.
Journey Through Oscar History With This Gallery of All 88 Best Picture Winners
This Sunday’s Oscars will be the 87th annual Academy Awards. In nearly a century of honoring Hollywood’s best, the Academy has sometimes has made some bold choices, and some dumb choices. This gallery has them all; the complete history of nine decades of Best Picture winners in pictures. Some are classics, still watched to this day. A few are almost totally forgotten to history. (Cavalcade, anyone?) But they all won. Even Crash, somehow.
‘The Interview’ Is Opening on Christmas After All (In Some Theaters and on VOD)
Full details are still forthcoming, but it looks like ‘The Interview’—Seth Rogen’s ultra-controversial comedy about an American assassination attempt on North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un—will open on Christmas after all. Sony initially cancelled their planned December 25 release after hackers threatened theaters that dared to show ‘The Interview’ with terrorist attacks, and many of the biggest exhibitor chains in the country (including Regal and AMC) subsequently decided not to run the film.