CHML’s Bill Kelly called the other day asking if Martin Scorsese’s “The Irishman” might be stir up a new Netflix Oscar controversy. Last February, readers may recall, Steven Spielberg sounded a bit like an old coot telling kids to stay off his lawn, grumbled about how Netflix has no business at the Oscars. Scorsese himself
At Monday’s Apple event, the tech giant did share a few clips of their upcoming Apple TV+ offerings. The above video shows glimpses of Jennifer Aniston and Reece Witherspoon’s The Morning Show as well as Jason Mamoa’s epic sci fi series Sea. The second video is a compelling black and white teaser with Steven Spielberg,
CUPERTINO, Calif. — Let it be said that this story was filed on a IPad, written at the Apple Visitor Centre and all while drinking — yes — apple juice. Not the Apple Kool aid, however. I’ve always been a bit stodgy when it comes to the whole personal device revolution, clinging to my daughter’s
Monday morning I’m down in Cupertino, Calif., for the announcement of the launch of Apple’s new streaming service. How will Apple’s “Netflix slayer” stack up, content-wise, with Amazon, Crave, CBS AllAccess and new services coming from Disney and Warner’s? And what are the implications for Canada? Check back later today for a full report.
Earlier this week I spoke with CHML’s afternoon host Scott Thompson about Disney’s US$71 billion acquisition of 21st Century Fox, an entertainment industry power move that took two years to finalize. Besides the movie division and access to films such as “Avatar,” “Titanic” and “Deadpool,” Fox’s TV holdings are vast and international. They include Twentieth