Why Warner Bros. Is Max-imizing Its 2021 Movie Slate

Editor’s Note: This post is longer than those we ordinarily publish, however we can assure you that it will give you a thorough understanding of the seismic upheaval currently affecting the motion picture industry, why it is occurring and what…

CJ Opinion: Warner Bros. Did Not Just Kill Cinema

We’ve been here before. Ninety-three years ago to be precise. The announcement by Warner Bros. Pictures Group that it will make its major titles for 2021 available simultaneously for a month in both cinemas and on its HBO Max streaming…

Celluloid Junkie’s 2018 Cinema Predictions

2017 was an eventful year for the film and cinema business and 2018 promises to be even more so. So the Celluloid Junkie editorial team has gazed into the crystal ball to see what’s ahead. Here is a list of…

CJ Cinema Digest – Friday 1 July 2016

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