Warner Bros. is looking to maximize whatever chances it has to make money widely with a full slate of big tent movies and prestige projects while also staking HBO Max’s claim as a go-to streaming service.
There was a ton of great content revealed throughout FanDome weekend but what got the most publicity, and deservedly so, was the series of sneak peeks at the DC movie projects to come.
Matthew A. Cherry spoke Kobe’s name in accepting this year’s Best Animated short film Oscar for his beautifully rendered piece “Hair Love.”
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A feature-length film on the life of times of arguably the most influential rap artist of all time, Tupac Shakur, has been long awaited and debated. Not until today has […]
WARR contributor Demario Phipps-Smith is CEO and Editor-in-Chief of Culture Online As the Chicago art scene continues to develop and deepen in an age of prosperity and influence, the Chicago […]
Like most recent spring and summer movie seasons, the warm months of 2016 will once again be dominated by comic book/superhero movies, but with a twist. This will be the […]
It’s Saturday and it aint a holiday, so you know what that means — new D & Davis, fool!!! With a new episode we gonna mess with a new format […]