July 4: Patriotic Movies to Watch: We Were Soldiers, Randall Wallace’s Vietnam War Movie, Starring Mel Gibson

July 4, Independence Day: Patriotic Movies to Watch. We Were Soldiers, starring Mel Gibson.

CNN 2022: Christi Paul, New Day Host, Departs

Christi Paul, who has been a regular presence on CNN’s weekend morning programs for 9 years, is leaving the news outlet, she announced on air Sunday morning.

Oscars 2022: Academy Invites 397 New Members

According to Academy-provided stats of the new invitees, 44 percent are women, 37 percent are non-white and 50 percent are non-Americans (54 different countries are represented).

IRISHMAN, THE- Trailer

Directed by Martin Scorsese. Starring Robert De Niro, Al Pacino, and Joe Pesci. Netflix releasing in theaters on November 1, and streaming on November 27th.

Pick of the Week

Box-Office June 24-26, 2022: Battle of the Titans–Elvis vs. Top Gun: Maverick

Elvis and Top Gun: Maverick Battle for No. 1 With $30.5 Million Each

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Top Gun: Maverick: Tom Cruise Movie Crosses the $1 Billion Mark at Global Box-Office

It’s the first Tom Cruise to achieve the milestone, and the 50th Hollywood movie overall, not adjusted for inflation.

Reviews

We Want the Airwaves: Chronicle e Inspiring Journey of First-Time TV Creators

The result is a colorful, thought provoking look into a new milieu, the world of the advocate.

July 4: Patriotic Movies to Watch: We Were Soldiers, Randall Wallace’s Vietnam War Movie, Starring Mel Gibson

July 4, Independence Day: Patriotic Movies to Watch. We Were Soldiers, starring Mel Gibson.

Champions League: Amazon to Split U.K. Rights with BT

Amazon will split U.K. rights to the upcoming Champions League season with BT in a deal that runs through 2027 and secures Amazon’s position as major player in live sports.

Field of Dreams: TV Series of Beloved Movie Dropped

TV Series Dropped at Peacock The Mike Schur-created project received a straight-to-series order last year. EVERETT A series adaptation of Field of Dreams has struck out at Peacock. The Mike Schur-created drama based on the 1989 Kevin Costner-starring baseball-focused film was picked up straight to series in August 2021 but will not stream on the platform, according to […]