More bad news for exhibition, and this from the distributor which has been good about releasing movies during the pandemic: Universal is moving their Jennifer Lopez musical-driven romantic comedy Marry Me from May 14, 2021 to Feb. 11, 2022. Translation: The studio has enough confidence in the movie to postpone it and give it the full box
Universal’s Jennifer Lopez romantic comedy Marry Me will be released on Valentine’s Day weekend, Friday, February 12, 2021. The feature takes the place of the untitled Universal romantic comedy on the release schedule. Marry Me squares off against Disney/Marvel’s Eternals and Paramount and Lee Daniels’ Billie Holiday movie on its new date. As we first reported,
It can be hard to keep track of all the new streaming services hitting your screens, but Quibi hopes to set itself apart by focusing solely on short-form mobile video. All of Quibi’s series will only be able to stream on phones, with every episode clocking in under 10 minutes. The service, which launches on
The 77th Golden Globe Awards are here, and with Ricky Gervais returning to host for the fifth (and supposedly final) time we can probably expect the acerbic host to be even more merciless than usual. But aside from Gervais’s sure-to-be-scathing commentary, the night will be all about celebration as the Hollywood Foreign Press Association gathers
In the wake of a summer where Disney IP steamrolled over movies big and small, the industry wondered if we were truly living in a hell of haves and have-nots at the box office. Was it just all about event films succeeding on the big screen, with anything that was low-to-mid-budget counter-programming intended for streaming?
At tonight’s Deadline New Hollywood Panel at the Toronto Film Festival for the upcoming Jennifer Lopez feature Hustlers, the pic’s producer Elaine Goldsmith-Thomas gave high praise to STX for finally making the edgy pic about the New York Scores strippers who turn the tables on their greedy Wall Street clients. “Here we have a movie that
While everyone is expecting New Line’s It: Chapter 2 to tee us off into what is expected to be a lucrative fall-holiday season with at least a $90 million-$110 million start, one shocker that hit tracking last Thursday: STX Entertainment’s Jennifer Lopez–Constance Wu stripper crime drama came on with a hot $24M-$26M projection. Typically we post projections