Ebertfest 2024 Announces Full Lineup, With Guests Including Eric Roberts, Mariel Hemingway, Larry Karaszewski, and More | Festivals & Awards

1:30PM – ETERNAL SUNSHINE OF THE SPOTLESS MIND (2004): For its twentieth anniversary, Ebertfest screens Michel Gondry’s sci-fi romantic fantasia, about a separating couple (Jim Carrey and Kate Winslet) who choose to erase their memories of each other through experimental technology. 4:30PM – LITTLE RICHARD: I AM EVERYTHING (2023): The soul sensation gets a suitably kaleidoscopic … Read more

Chicago Critics Film Festival Announces Full 2024 Lineup with Sing Sing, Ghostlight, Babes, I Saw the TV Glow, More | Festivals & Awards

SING SING Director: Greg Kwedar | 105 mins Divine G (Colman Domingo), imprisoned at Sing Sing for a crime he didn’t commit, finds purpose by acting in a theatre group alongside other men who are incarcerated, including wary newcomer (Clarence Maclin), in this stirring true story of resilience, humanity, and the transformative power of art, … Read more

Crunchyroll Announces Haikyu, Blue Lock, and Overlord Movies

Crunchyroll has officially acquired the North American distribution rights to three highly-anticipated anime movies: Haikyu!! The Dumpster Battle, Blue Lock the Movie – Episode Nagi, and Overlord: The Sacred Kingdom. The streamer has also landed these three films’ rights to select international territories. However, international release dates have yet to be announced. What are the … Read more

The Acolyte’ Announces Streaming Premiere Date

One of the most highly anticipated Star Wars TV shows has its premiere date on Disney+. Star Wars: The Acolyte, which takes place in a totally new era of the franchise’s chronology, is coming to streaming in June. And the first teaser for the show will premiere this week. The details about the show were first confirmed nearly two … Read more

‘Aquaman 2’ Announces Streaming Premiere Date

Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom is coming to streaming later this month. Admittedly, it was not the film many wanted it to be. I’m sure when the DC Extended Universe started, Zack Snyder, DC executives, and fans envisioned an ending quite a lot different than the one in Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom — which barely referenced the … Read more