Peabody Award Nominations Announced

Peabody Award Nominations Announced May 5, 2021 David Gonzalez Film News, Reel Movies, Reel Talk Inc, Reel TV, TV News 0 The Peabody Awards Board of Jurors have selected 60 nominees that represent the most compelling and empowering stories released in broadcasting and streaming media during 2020. The nominees were chosen by a unanimous vote […]

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The Mitchells vs. the Machines

The Mitchells vs. the Machines May 5, 2021 David Gonzalez 4 Reels, David’s Reel Reviews, Reel Movies, Reel Reviews 0 Netflix When looking back on Phil Lord and Christopher Miller’s resume, it speaks for itself. Starting with Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs, the duo has gone on to write or produce some of the best-animated […]

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Without Remorse

Without Remorse May 3, 2021 Jeancarlos Sanchez 2 Reels, Jeancarlos’ Reviews, Reel Reviews 0 Amazon Studios Without Remorse is the latest Amazon original film and the newest film in Tom Clancy’s connected world, including Jack Ryan. Sadly, it’s the worst Tom Clancy film so far. I really wanted to love this film because the trailers were […]

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Peacock Hits 42 Million Signups

Peacock Hits 42 Million Signups April 29, 2021 Gaius Bolling Reel TV, TV News 0 NBCUniversal has released its quarterly earnings report and it looks like the Peacock streaming service is doing pretty well for the company. Peacock has hit 42 million signups with about a third of that figure being monthly active accounts. It […]

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Escape Room 2 Release Date Moves Up

Escape Room 2 Release Date Moves Up April 28, 2021 David Gonzalez Film News, Reel Movies, Reel Talk Inc 0 Only three months after Sony/Screen Gems announced that they were pushing the sequel to director Adam Robitel’s 2019 Escape Room to a January 2022 release, the studio has rescinded that move and announced a different […]

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Saw & American Psycho Shows In The Works

Saw & American Psycho Shows In The Works April 27, 2021 David Gonzalez Film News, Reel Talk Inc, Reel TV 0 Despite the fact that Spiral is a few weeks away from release,  Deadline reports that Lionsgate is currently developing an American Psycho TV series, with possible plans for a Saw TV series as well. Lionsgate Television chairman Kevin Beggs had to […]

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