Last year, the big question after Covid-19 shuttered theaters, stopped productions and generally upended the movie industry was, “What comes next?” Specifically, how long would the around-90-days-of-theatrical exclusivity last? With some recent news stories, I think we have an answer. (Sign up for my newsletter to get all my columns,
I may be cheating a pinch this week. I’m not sure this is the most important story, but it’s the one I think needs the most explaining. In a lot of ways, Amazon paying nearly half a billion dollars (to start) to make the most expensive TV series in history
Let me be up front. As my day job, I’m the entertainment strategy guy. Off hours? I love superheroes. Science Fiction. Fantasy. Board games. Or what the industry (dismissively) calls “genre”. Or maybe “blockbusters” or “franchises”. I love it all. When I launched this website back in 2018, I knew I
(This is another entry in a multi-part series answering the question, “Who will win the battle to make the next Game of Thrones?” Read the previous articles here.) Two weeks ago, we checked back in on the news about the contenders vying to be the “next Game of Thrones”.
(This is another entry in a multi-part series answering the question, “Who will win the battle to make the next Game of Thrones?” Read the previous articles here.) A trope of genre fiction is the character with unfinished business. The lone wolf who harbors a grudge against someone or