Monday Movie Report: Women’s March Takes Place At Cannes

Taking center stage at this year’s Cannes Film Festival was a women’s march Saturday night, led by event jury president Cate Blanchett, to promote gender equality in movie making. According to The Hollywood Reporter, 82 women participated, including Krsiten Stewart, Marion Cotillard, Salma Hayek and Patty Jenkins. During the march, Blanchett and Agnes Varda read…
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Monday Movie Report: Breaking Down How ‘Avengers’ Won The Box Office

OK, I know I’ve done a lot of Marvel/Avengers stuff lately. But, right now, after what the latest film in the series did this past weekend, I’m not going to ignore the elephant in the room. In 2012, the original “Avengers” became the first film in history to surpass $200 million, earning $207 million. In…
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Monday Movie Report: ‘Spider-Man’ Sequel To Take Place Around The World

After having great box office results last year with “Spider-Man: Homecoming,” Marvel execs are putting together plans for a sequel. Unlike the first film, though, the next movie won’t just take place in the United States. According to Empire, Kevin Feige who oversees the Marvel film series said the next “Spider-Man” flick will film in…
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Monday Movie Report: Cannes Film Fest Lineup Taking Shape

One of the world’s most prestigious film festivals has put together its lineup for this year’s edition. According to Variety, films to be screened at the fest include new work by directors Spike Lee, Jean-Luc Godard, Pawel Pawlikowski and David Robert Mitchell. Lee, known best for his films “Do the Right Thing” and “Malcom X,”…
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Monday Movie Report: ‘Toy Story 4’ Confirmed For 2019

Disney and Pixar are continuing one of their most successful series with a fourth installment in “Toy Story.” The sequel, first announced in 2014, was originally set up for a summer 2017 release. However, the project has since been met with a number of delays. According to Collider, John Lasseter was attached to direct and…
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