The first few days of lockdown, which started for me a week before everyone else when my cinema job was put on hold, set the tone for the last four months.
There’s nothing quite like the feeling of discovering a great filmmaking talent, and with the release of Claire Oakley’s debut feature Make Up, a strong new directorial voice is on the rise.
Alex Raymond’s adventure comic strip ‘Flash Gordon’ was first commissioned in 1934 by King Features Syndicate to rival the similarly space-set Buck Rogers.
Gloom has several remedies.
Who knows what the world might have been up to during COVID-19 without Netflix?
Did you know Brenton Thwaites initially thought he was auditioning for a Nightwing movie instead of a Titans series?
In today’s edition of TV Bits:
- The Great British Bake Off is already filming again
- Video game-centric television network G4 is rising from the grave
- The great Stanley Tucci has just locked down a new TV gig
- Amy Schumer Learns to Cook season 2 has a trailer
- Seven popular classic Black sitcoms are coming to Netflix
- Oprah Winfrey continues her collaboration with AppleTV+ with a new show
- And more!
Acclaimed writer Aldous Huxley is best known for his 1932 novel Brave New World, which you probably had to read in high school.
The popular Ubisoft video game Splinter Cell is becoming an anime.
Among the plethora of streaming services now available, CBS All Access was probably the one with the most disappointing library.