By Eric McInnis, Arcadia University
Venice, Telluride and Toronto have wrapped up their prestigious film festivals, and with that comes a new understanding about what the next Oscars might look like.
With Disney’s new streaming service being a part of the dozens of other platforms currently on the market, will people become tired of paying so much money for TV?
From “Danny Phantom” to “The Twilight Zone,” here are a few series that need to jump on the reboot/revival craze.
The anarchist movement has been heavily criticized as their tactics are hypocritical and could be used to the advantage of Republicans.
The indie production company made famous by ‘Moonlight’ has become a safe haven for cutting-edge flicks and new-age marketing.
Last month at Comic-Con, the cable channel revealed the first footage of the soon-to-be-revived ‘Hey Arnold’ and ‘Rocko’s Modern Life,’ and ’90s kids couldn’t be happier.
After decades of failed attempts to adapt a video game into a decent movie, the four-part Netflix series may have finally cracked the code.
The entertainment expo offered trailers and teasers galore, but, as usual, the biggest news was what Disney barely mentioned.
With his boisterous personality and passion for cooking, the famous Scottish chef has become one of the biggest television personalities of this decade.
With the critical and box office success of Edgar Wright’s newest action heist comedy, it’s time to talk about the other great features in his filmography.
The sophomore is currently developing a prototype for an expandable shoe, which will help those who can’t afford a new pair each year.
The web retailer, which has significantly disrupted the tech, clothing and grocery industries, now has its eyes set on film and television.
The Amazing Amazon has beaten out her male predecessors by impressive margins.
While the show aims to promote neurodiversity, it falls prey to some cringeworthy tropes.
You may be disappointed by the amount of impact that a show’s fans really have.
Despite the fact that voters across the aisle have expressed disdain for the Clintons, the DNC and the media seem to agree that doubling down is the answer.
Tantalized by the allure of viral campaigns, companies are trying more than ever to connect with consumers through the language of internet culture. But it’s not easy.
Student Irene Syriac is the director behind ‘Hush,’ a monologue play produced by members of the school’s Yoni Ki Baat club.
Next year ushers in a wave of new superhero flicks, but the comic-book boom is going to backfire.
Now, instead of having only animators vote for the Best Animated Film, anyone can. If you can’t tell, this is not a good thing.
For a website reliant on user-submitted content, YouTube has a pretty incriminating track record of mistreating its content creators.
The acclaimed show, which is again hauling in the accolades, begs the question: Why are there so few mature, animated series?
During his appearance on ‘Jeopardy: College Championship Edition,’ Mehta got to cross two items off his bucket list.
Acting, which is the practice of literally becoming someone else for a period of time, is procrastination as art.
Films like ‘Logan’ and ‘Deadpool’ have changed the superhero genre, meaning a world of new opportunities for future flicks.
Disney Studios is trying to “top pigs with pigs” with their new live-action movies, and while it’s working in the box office, it’s not working for some animation fans.
If you can make a movie about a farting corpse watchable, you deserve at least some kind of award.
The Nuthouse Improv Comedy director and WSU student generates skits without a script.
From Simon & Schuster to Uber, are people really making a difference by voting with their wallet, or is it just a waste of a protest?
From beers to trailers, it’s time to look at all of the funny, weird and obnoxious commercials that came out this year.
You know what they say: If you can’t do, teach; and if you’ve never taught in a public school, get appointed as the secretary of education.
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