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Directed by
Phillip Noyce
Liev Schreiber
Yara Shahidi
Victor Slezak
Zoe Lister Jones

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Film review: Pinch of salt required for Red Joan staring Judy Dench  Craven Herald

A QUIET week at the cinema precedes next week's arrival of Marvel's latest Avengers blockbuster. Indeed, perhaps the biggest release of the week is Red Joan, ...

Thu, 18th April 2019

  1. Salt–N-Pepa Miniseries, the Clark Sisters Biopic In Works  Rolling Stone
  2. Salt-N-Pepa & Gospel Singers The Clark Sisters Set For Lifetime Scripted Projects – Upfront  Deadline
  3. Lifetime announces miniseries about Salt-N-Pepa  Entertainment Weekly News
  4. Lifetime Unveils Miniseries on Salt-N-Pepa and Clark Sisters at Upfront  Variety
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Wed, 27th March 2019

Movie review: Lily James shows off her serious side in tense 'Little Woods'  Deseret News

“LITTLE WOODS” — 3 stars — Lily James, Tessa Thompson, Luke Kirby, Charlie Ray Reid, James Badge Dale; R (language and some drug material); Tower; ...

Fri, 19th April 2019

A Dream Come True  Salt Lake City Weekly

After half a lifetime, Savannah Ostler's Twice the Dream becomes reality.

Wed, 17th April 2019

Salt City Horror Fest to feature 35mm film classics on the big screen  The Daily Orange

One of Jeff Meyer's close friends, an avid horror movie fan, died of brain cancer in 2005. To honor his memory, Meyer created a film festival now known as the ...

Mon, 8th April 2019

FILM NEWS: APR. 18-24  Salt Lake City Weekly

New This Week, Special Screenings, and Current Realeases.

Wed, 17th April 2019

31st December 2018

Disney dominate the global box office of 2018 but the Dinosaurs make a good challenge and Sonys Super Villain experiment pays off with Venom showing its legs.

Avengers Infinity War

Avengers Infinity War

Disneys Superhero powerhouse ran away with the global box office in 2018 with the first part of their Avengers story which will conclude in 2019.

Avengers: infinity War took just over $2 billion at the global box office, the first film to reach the milestone since The Force Awakens in 2015, also from Disney.

Black Panther

As if to rub salt in the wound Disney and Marvel also had the second highest grossing film of 2018 with Black Panther with took $1.34 billion in 2018.

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdon

A strong international showing for the Dinosaur film stopped Disney from totally dominating the global box office as the Jurassic World sequel is the third top film of 2018 with $1.30 billion.

Incredibles 2

Your never far from a Disney movie and here is another as the mouse house's Pixar studios provides the 4th top film of 2018 with a gross of $1.2 billion.


Sony scored their biggest hit of the year at number 5 with their Super Villain movie from the Spider-Man Universe which took $855 million, the only film on the top 5 not to take over a billion.

Here is the top 10 movies globally of 2018

  1. Avengers Infinity War = $2.048 Billion
  2. Black Panther - $1.346 Billion
  3. Jurassic World: Fallen Kingsom - $1.304 Billion
  4. Incredibles 2 - $1.242 Billion
  5. Venom - $855.1 Million
  6. Mission:Impossible Fallout - $791 Million
  7. Aquaman - $748.7 Million
  8. Deadpool 2 - $741.5 Million
  9. Bohemian Rhapsody - $702.4 Million
  10. Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes Of Grindelwald - $627.5 Million

8th June 2009

To coin a phrase from a much loved movie, There Can Be Only One, this was true back in the midsts of time when Betamax had a fight with VHS and the same is true now, but unlike back then it looks like the better format this time has won.

So what's all this about, it's about the next generation DVD high definition format wars that has been taking place over the last year or so, two competing camps headed by Sony and Toshiba have been trying to bring a high definition successor to the DVD to market and both have been rallying to get the support of the studios to release their films on the two formats.

The various studios have been one by one taking sides, Sony of course have a large catalogue of film, from themselves and their buy out of Columbia pictures, also with large catalogues are Disney (along with Buena Vista) who have taken the Blu-Ray route and Paramount and Universal. Paramount and Universal pledged their support for HD-DVD back last year to much controversy and large amounts of money allegedly changing hands.

Warner have been on the fence about this and have been releasing films on both HD-DVD and Blu-ray, until now, Warner have now announced that they are to go Blu-ray exclusive on all their films, starting in May.

Clearly this has sent a huge shudder through the HD-DVD ranks as Paramount/Universal are now the only major studio to be backing HD-DVD, and my money is on them making a u-turn sometime this year.

To add salt to the wound New Line have also announced their allegiance to Blue-ray which means that a certain fantasy trilogy by Peter Jackson* wont be long before it's making its way to high-def.

In figures just released Blu-ray is now outselling HD-DVD by 70% so the writing was on the wall before Warner made the announcement and in truth they have just made a good business decision to go with the stronger format. This looks to have resolved the format was once and for all, this time next year HD-DVD should be a thing of the past and go in the Betamax hall of fame.

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UK BBFC Certificate: 12

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Highest chart position: 2

Weeks on box office: 5

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