Avengers Endgame test screenings reaction REVEALED for 3 HOUR epic by The Russo Brothers

In a couple of months, Avengers Endgame will finally hit cinemas, but some lucky folks out that have already seen it. The Marvel epic’s directors Joe and Anthony Russo have revealed the film has test screened four times. Not only have the filmmakers revealed the first reaction to Avengers Endgame, but also that it’s a […]

‘Eighth Grade’ is Holding Free Screenings Across the Country That Won’t Enforce R-Rating

Despite its title, eighth graders probably won’t be able to see Eighth Grade in theaters. Bo Burnham‘s incisive, incredible film about coming of age in the digital age was saddled with an R-rating thanks to a few errant curse words that the MPAA is unreasonably strict about. But it’s a film that eighth graders should see. And […]

No, White People Are Not Being Attacked at ‘Black Panther’ Screenings

If you’ve spent even a small amount of time on the internet, you know that it can be just as awful as it is great. More recently, the social media landscape has been more horrific than pleasing, and a new example of intentional lies being used to create division and controversy has found its way […]

‘Phantom Thread’ 70mm Screenings Are Coming to Select Theaters

Phantom Thread is being hailed as Paul Thomas Anderson‘s latest masterpiece and a worthy send-off to legendary actor Daniel Day-Lewis in his reported final role, so only the biggest screen can do it justice. And audiences will soon be able to experience the film in 70mm glory in select theaters across the nation. Starting on Christmas Day […]

The Midnight Magic of ‘The Room’: Tales From Screenings of the Worst Movie Ever Made

The Room is many things. An endless well of internet memes. An absolute trainwreck of a film. But it’s also the most successful midnight movie of the modern era, the heir apparent to Rocky Horror Picture Show. Since The Room debuted in 2003, it’s developed an intense fan following on the midnight movie circuit. There […]

Frozen short REMOVED from Coco screenings: Audience backlash forced Disney to Let It Go

It seemed the perfect plan. A charming animated short movie sequel to box office smash Frozen, timed to hit cinemas just before Christmas, would delight fans worldwide. Or so they thought. Audiences and some critics have complained about being forced to sit through the lengthy “short” and accused Disney of cynical marketing. One fan posted: […]

Star Wars 8 END CREDIT scene promised at Last Jedi preview screenings?

Is this the Disney influence crossing over from one of their major franchises to another? Marvel famously like to keep bums on seats until the bitter end, stringing fans along with a succession of teaser mid and end credits scenes. The Justice League movie recently showed that DC is starting to get on the same […]

Daily Podcast: Early Press Screenings & Spoiler Posts Problems, Venom, Thor, Simpsons, The Snowman

On the October 19, 2017 episode of /Film Daily, Peter Sciretta is joined by Ben Pearson and Chris Evangelista to talk about the latest news, including Venom movie rumors, a female Thor film, Morgan Spurlock’s Simpsons mockumentary, and the truth about The Snowman. And in the Mail Bag, we’ll answer a question about how studios […]

Daily Podcast: Press Screenings Explained, Valerian, Kingsman, The Deuce, VR Moviewatching, Willy Wonka & More

On the September 20, 2017 episode of /Film Daily, Peter Sciretta is joined by Ben Pearson and Chris Evangelista to talk about the latest news, including a Netflix cartoon controversy, the possibility of a Valerian sequel, the first reviews for Kingsman: The Golden Circle, a new movie theater VR concept, The Deuce season 2 and […]

‘The Dark Tower’ Endured a Bumpy Post-Production and Expensive Reshoots After Poor Test Screenings

After years and years of waiting for an adaptation of Stephen King‘s epic series, The Dark Tower is now only days away from opening in theaters. Will general audiences jump right into King’s bizarre fantasy world? It’s currently on track to make somewhere around $ 25 million this weekend, but the accessibility of the story […]