Matt Singer is the managing editor and film critic of the website ScreenCrush.com. For five years, he was the on-air host of IFC News on the Independent Film Channel, hosting coverage of film festivals and red carpets around the world. He’s been a frequent contributor to the television shows CBS This Morning Saturday and Ebert Presents At the Movies, and his writing has also appeared in print and online at The Village Voice, The Dissolve, and Indiewire.
Launch of Disney Plus Marred By Technical Issues
So let’s say today the new streaming service currently has Disney pluses and minuses.
Last Christmas Is a Towering Tribute to How Absolutely Insane Rom-Coms Are
These movies are nuts — and that’s why we love them.
The First ‘Frozen 2’ Reviews Praise Impressive Visuals and Great Songs
But does it live up to the original?
The ‘Soul’ Teaser Shows Pixar Is Back Taking Big Swings
A kids movie about the meaning of life and where souls come from? Sure, why not!
The Best Movie Trailers of the 2010s
Trailers got their name from their original placement on film reels; in their earliest days, they trailed the feature presentation and played as audiences exited the auditorium. These days they are, of course, a hallowed component of every theater’s pre-show ritual...
HBO Announces New ‘Game of Thrones’ Series, ‘House of the Dragon’
George R.R. Martin co-created the show.
Disney Is Rebooting ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’
The creator of ‘Chernobyl’ is working on the film.
The Most Watched Netflix Shows and Films
For the first time, Netflix revealed the top ten movies and series on its streaming airwaves.
Elton John Calls ‘The Lion King’ Remake a ‘Huge Disappointment’
He cannot feel the love tonight.
You Might See More Commercials The Next Time You Go to the Movies
Some chains are adding commercials in between the trailers.
Disney Introduces Its First Jewish Princess on ‘Elena of Avalor’
It’s the first Jewish Disney Princess — but not according to Sarah Silverman.
‘Saved By the Bell’ Revival Coming to New NBC Streaming Service
Mario Lopez and Elizabeth Berkley will reprise their roles as Slater and Jessie.