Cineworld has reportedly decided to terminate the sale of its so-called “rest of the world” businesses outside of the U.S., the UK, and Ireland. The company said it received offers from “a number of prospective counterparties,” but added the proposals “did not meet the value level required by the group’s lenders.”
Hoyts’ multi-million-dollar refurbishment of its Erina, Australia cinema is now complete, bringing the biggest cinema screens to the country’s Central Coast. The upgrade features state-of-the-art technology, superior comfort, and ample food and beverage offerings.
VFX Legion’s British Columbia studio recently delivered a mix of photoreal visual effects for the debut season of Wednesday, Netflix’s coming-of-age supernatural series. The show revolves around the Addams family’s eldest sibling, Wednesday, a mirthless, death-obsessed teenage girl, with a penchant for the macabre – and psychic abilities. Creators Alfred Gough and Miles Milla were also Wednesday’s showrunners and executive produced the sleuthing teen dramedy alongside filmmaker Tim Burton.
Over the course of 31 movies, seven live-action episodic series and a handful of animated and standalone projects, the Marvel Cinematic Universe has introduced some of the most interesting – and bizarre – villains ever seen on screen. With the arrival of Marvel Studios’ Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania and the introduction of its eagerly anticipated Phase Five, the MCU unveils arguably its most unusual villain yet with M.O.D.O.K., a five-foot-tall flying face. Bringing M.O.D.O.K. to life was the challenge presented to the visual effects studio Digital Domain.
Showcase Cinemas is launching a competition for budding content creators to recreate classic film scenes with the chance to have them screened at cinemas across the United Kingdom. The Be Scene on the Big Screen competition invites film fanatics to recreate their favorite movie scenes, with the chance to have their content showcased on the big screen ahead of all film screenings.
For as long as he could remember, Timothy Scott Bogart dreamed of making a movie about his father’s life. Neil Bogart was the co-founder of Casablanca Records, the label behind such iconic artists as Donna Summer, Kiss, Parliament, Village People, and more. The younger Bogart’s friend, cinematographer Byron Werner knows the story well.
Palace Cinemas, the fifth largest major cinema chain in Australia, is installing Arts Alliance Media’s Screenwriter theatre management system.
The intellectual property and movie investment and licensing firm AB International acquired the Mt. Kisco Theatre in Mt. Kisco, New York last November after the theatre had been forced to close because of the pandemic. Today the company announced the venues early business records.
MovieMax has opened a six-screen multiplex in Noida, a planned city just outside Delhi, India.