- For the upcoming awards season, Netflix is breaking its own previously established rules and allowing three movies to run in theaters before dropping on the streaming service. Granted, it’s a relatively short window of exclusivity--2 or 3 weeks--and only in a couple dozen theaters worldwide.
- ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ is set to open strong and put Rami Malek in best actor contention, but there were tons of problems with director Bryan Singer behind the scenes--he was fired with two weeks of filming left. So why does he keep getting second chances?
- A very dark side of the content boom: the stunt community is facing injury and death after resources are being stretched too thin.
Hollywood news banter
- Matthew Belloni - founding partner of Puck News - @MattBelloni