Wonder Woman 1984 (2020)
Confirmed in mainstream continuity, Wonder Woman is flying into the new era of DC Comics. Throughout various renditions of Wonder Woman, the Princess of the Amazons has taken different capabilities, such as being brought to life by the gods after being moulded from clay. She has been seen leaping over tall buildings and flying an invisible jet, but her power has now been confirmed in Wonder Woman #772 by Becky Cloonan and Michael Conrad with illustrations by Travis Moore and Paulina Ganuecheau.
Diana has also finally accepted her title as Wonder Woman.
As is usually the case with these movies and the franchise spinoffs, “The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It” is based on a true story. The horror flick follows the notorious 1981 murder trial of 19-year-old Arne Johnson, who claimed he stabbed his landlord to death while under the influence of a demonic force.
The story goes that, after a young boy shows signs of demon possession, the Warrens get called in to do an exorcism — but Arne interferes, and begs the demon or demons to leave the boy and possess him instead.
“Friends: The Reunion” was watched by an estimated 29% of U.S. streaming households on May 27, the first day of its release, as measured by TVision, a connected-tv analytics provider. Viewers of the special on HBO Max were 55.4% female, and more than 50% were in the 35-54 age demo.
By comparison, DC’s “Wonder Woman 1984” reached 32% of U.S. streaming households when it bowed on Christmas Day 2020 on HBO Max, per TVision. According to Nielsen, “WW84” was the most-viewed title across U.S. streaming services for Dec. 21-27, 2020, registering nearly 2.3 billion minutes streamed.
The “Friends” homecoming special drew a larger audience than HBO Max’s April 23 debut of “Mortal Kombat,” which TVision estimated reached 16% of streaming homes — although the movie also opened in theaters the same day.
Meanwhile, “WandaVision” on Disney Plus reached 34% of streaming households on Jan.
An indication of the growing popularity of localized international content in India, the dubbed versions of 'Dom' will join the Amazon Prime Video India content library alongside several other localized international titles such as Amazon Original Series The Boys, Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan and internationally acclaimed movies such as Tenet, Parasite and Wonder Woman 1984 among others.
Dom follows Victor, a young diver who, by a twist of fate, becomes a military intelligence agent and
Meanwhile, we’re approaching a holiday weekend in the U.S. where two significant titles — “A Quiet Place Part II” and “Cruella” — open May 28. So why not F9? No one release will restore pre-pandemic conditions, but far more than “Tenet,” “Wonder Woman 1984,” or even “Black Widow,” “F9” is viewed as the ideal multi-quadrant draw to relaunch North American theaters. So why wait until June 25?
In deciding to hold off the domestic release of “F9,” Universal appears to have has balanced multiple complicated factors and found the route that can best maximize its impact.
It was a wonderful privilege to be back on a red carpet, we’re so pleased to be able to share these interviews with you.
In Wonder Woman 1984 Gal Gadot and Patty Jenkins return for their latest Dceu adventure, and the sequel sees the return of Chris Pine as Steve Trevor, Robin Wright, and Connie Nielsen as well as newcomers Pedro Pascal, Kristen Wiig, Lilly Aspell (Young Diana), Amr Waked,
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Among scripted shows, Marvel’s Disney+ limited series “WandaVision” was the biggest nominee with six bids including Best Show. In that top category it was up against another superhero drama, Amazon’s “The Boys,” as well as a trio of Netflix programs: the Shonda Rhimes-produced period soap “Bridgerton,” the “Karate Kid” followup “Cobra Kai,” and the international romance “Emily in Paris.
See below for the full list of winners.
“Emily in Paris”
“To All the Boys: Always and Forever”
“Borat Subsequent Moviefilm: Delivery of Prodigious Bribe to American Regime for Make Benefit Once Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan”
“Judas and the Black Messiah”
“Promising Young Woman”
Best Performance In A Movie
Chadwick Boseman – “Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom”
Carey Mulligan – “Promising Young Woman”
Daniel Kaluuya – “Judas and the Black Messiah”
Sacha Baron Cohen – “The Trial of the Chicago 7”
Zendaya – “Malcolm & Marie”
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“WandaVision” comes in with a leading five nominations, and of those we’re betting on the Disney+ limited series to prevail three times based on the combined predictions of Gold Derby users: Best Show, Best Villain, and Best Fight (Hahn vs. Elizabeth Olsen). This would be the first Marvel Cinematic Universe series to win
“My heart breaks. My country is at war,” Gadot posted in a statement on Twitter on Wednesday. “I worry for my family, my friends. I worry for my people. This is a vicious cycle that has been going on for far too long. Israel deserves to live as a free and safe nation. Our neighbors deserve the same. I pray for the victims and their families, I pray for this unimaginable hostility to end, I pray for our leaders to find the solution so we could live side by side in peace. I pray for better days.”
In its second week of PVOD play, “The Marksman” notched #1 at FandangoNow, #2 at Apple TV, and #3 at Google Play. That’s a strong response for the last two which, unlike FandangoNow, list by number of rentals rather than revenue.
“Nomadland,” newly reduced in price at Spectrum, placed #1 there. The Best Picture winner fell elsewhere, notching lower slots at Apple TV and GooglePlay. Original Screenplay winner “Promising Young Woman,” a presence for four months in PVOD and now VOD, was the only other Oscar recipient to remain on the lists.
“Wonder Woman” star Gal Gadot expands on previous reports of director Joss Whedon’s alleged abusive behavior on the set of “Justice League,” saying in a new interview, “he threatened my career.”
The new remarks came in a sit-down with Israeli news station N12, where she was asked about a statement she gave in April confirming that she “had issues” with Whedon when he was brought on to complete filming of “Justice League” in 2017 after original director Zack Snyder left the production following the death of his daughter.
“I had my issues with Joss and I handled it. He threatened my career and said that if I do something he will make sure my career is miserable and I took care of it on the spot,” Gadot said.
In an interview we aired tonight
Per Bloomberg: “The stars are worried that many potential theater fans might wait for the film to be available for home viewing, reducing the box-office receipts, said the person, who asked not to be identified discussing a private matter. The original ‘A Quiet Place
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Obviously, the boat of box-office-bypassing movies already left its proverbial dock some time ago; a notion recently exemplified by streaming’s dominance of the 2021 Academy Awards via Best Picture winner Nomadland (which debuted on Hulu in the U.S.), along with The Sound of Metal (Amazon Prime Video), Judas and the Black Messiah (HBO Max), Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom (Netflix), Mank (Netflix) and
There will, however, be an in-person event in November on Thanksgiving weekend, but even organizers are managing expectations for the gathering, which has been purposely packaged as a “special edition.” “The show is not Comic-Con, our massive convention held in July. Comic-Con Special Edition is expected to be a show of fewer days with a smaller gathering of attendees and fans,” Comic-Con spokesman David Glanzer told IndieWire.
The likely result is that it will be a whopping three
That number beats the 1.6M Samba TV households which streamed Amazon’s Borat Subsequent Moviefilm over its first weekend of Oct. 23-25. The third party service didn’t poll viewers for Amazon’s Coming 2 America, which Amazon has claimed is the most-watched streaming movie title during the pandemic, even though official figures weren’t reported (Nielsen said a month later that the pic’s first week of March 1-7 clocked 1.4 billion minutes; the first No. 1 win ever for Prime).
While Samba’s number doesn’t tell the whole story about the Michael B. Jordan film’s global or U.S. reach, it’s the best indication we have on the pic
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For starters, Tenet finally makes its long-awaited HBO Max this month. Mark your calendars as May 1 is the day that you can finally watch Christopher Nolan’s latest cerebral thriller. Of course, Tenet already had its theatrical release, but obviously that was not really an option for many of us. In addition to Tenet, Wonder Woman 1984 makes its triumphant return to HBO Max this month on May 13. The Wonder Woman sequel already premiered on HBO Max this past December, now it’s getting a second run on the streamer.
In terms of newer originals, May is relatively light for HBO Max. The Jean Smart-starring comedy Hacks premieres on May 13. The latest Adventure Time
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