Entertainment News – November 13
Lucas Laporta from Skedline brings you the top entertainment stories for November 13, 2018.   Read more
Five movies to add to your summer must-watch list
Summer 2018 is coming around the corner (finally), and with that means there are going to be many new movies coming out in theatres. Here are a few movies that I cannot wait to see! The Avengers: Infinity War (April 27) Everyone is at the edge of their seats... Read more
90th annual Academy Awards: Full list of winners
The biggest event in Hollywood took place over the weekend, with the fantasy drama, The Shape of Water winning four awards from 13 nominations. Best Picture – The Shape of Water Beating out various other films such as Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri and Get Out, the film based... Read more
SkedTalk: Wakanda Forever
Skedline journalist Gregory Philion talks about the success of Black Panther, and it’s importance in our society.   Instrumental music by Blaze the Charts. Read more
Five Reasons Why Venom is a Big Deal
        Sony’s Venom will be crawling his way onto the big screen this fall, much to the thrill of the villain’s fans. The character of Venom, a black-clad symbiote that earned his street cred as a Spider-Man villain, has never had a solo debut on the... Read more
Sony and Marvel team up for new Spider-Man movie
REUTERS – Marvel Studios and Sony Pictures are partnering up for the next film in the $4 billion Spider-Man franchise, allowing the hero to rejoin the other heroes in the Marvel universe, according to a joint statement released by the companies. “Spider-Man has more than 50 years of history... Read more
Netflix streaming service launches in Cuba
REUTERS – Netflix Inc. has launched its television and movie-streaming service in Cuba, taking advantage of new, friendlier diplomatic relations between the United States and the Caribbean country. New rules announced by the U.S. government have opened the island up to U.S. trade, travel, and finance. Cuban customers will... Read more
American Sniper breaks box office records
NEW YORK, NY (REUTERS) – Oscar-nominated war film “American Sniper” led U.S. and Canadian box office charts over the weekend with a record-smashing $90.2 million in ticket sales, according to studio estimates. The film, which broke the record for a January weekend as well as for any drama opening... Read more