Author: Fridous Adetutu

The 25th James Bond movie and Daniel Craig’s final appearance as the popular 007 agent has once again been postponed. The movie was originally set to be released in April 2020, then pushed back to November 2020 due to the unforeseen virus outbreak. To the relief of fans and a sign of departure from 2020, it was later scheduled to be released on April 2, 2021, but this installment in the long running franchise has been pushed back yet again to October 8, 2021. Photo by Francois Duhamel – © 2012 – Danjaq, LLC, United Artists Corporation, Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc.…

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Netflix hits new heights as the first streaming service to have 200 million subscribers worldwide. According to IndieWire, during Netflix’s 2020 4th quarter earnings report on January 19, 2021, Netflix announced that it added 8.5 million subscribers in the last quarter of 2020 surpassing its projected gains of 6 million subscribers. via Netflix Netflix viewership figures increased drastically last year. Due to the outbreak of the deadly coronavirus, most people found solace and entertainment with Netflix. “Barbarians”, a German historical war drama series was viewed by 37 million subscribers worldwide during the first four weeks of its release. Also, within…

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The Shelby’s family journey is officially coming to an end. BBC announced on Monday, 18th January 2021 that Peaky Blinders will end after the 6th season. The BBC/Netflix acclaimed series tells the story of Thomas ‘Tommy’ Shelby’s rise to power in 1900 Birmingham, England. In 2018, it won the BAFTA TV award and BAFTA Craft awards for best drama series. (via BBC Studios) Created by Steven Knight and starring Cillian Murphy, the drama was aired eight years ago on BBC Two and then came on Netflix a year later. The production of the 6th and final season of Peaky Blinders is…

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Dear readers, The cinema industry as we know it is dying. The pandemic has given people an array of options to choose for entertainment. Streaming services such as Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime and the others are here to stay. But, will the industry be able to withstand these challenges and bounce back to regain its former glory?In a three part series, the team will express their personal opinions on the future of cinema.Issue #2Issue #3 There is no way to predict the future for movie theatres, but as of right now, it seems COVID has a bigger plan for them.…

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