With exclusive theatrical release windows having disintegrated during the COVID pandemic, new movies are being released through so many methods and on so many platforms that it has inevitably confused audiences how and where they can watch a film. Initially, most movie watchers turn to Netflix, assuming most or all titles will be available on the service. That a title might only be offered by another provider at a premium only makes it more puzzling where new releases can be found.

There is no question however about where you can find musician Bruce Springsteen these days. He just returned to Broadway for a limited run of his biographical concert where he opened to absolutely no grosses. None! We’ll explain the reason why.

Of course we also cover some of the week’s top entertainment headlines including how the Emmys will allow winners to drop the gender label, why the United Kingdom is putting Channel 4 up for sale and Quentin Tarantino confirms he’ll quit directing after his tenth film.

Box Office: ‘F9’ Zooms to Mighty $70 Million Debut, Shattering Pandemic Records


‘F9’ Drives Past $400M Worldwide; ‘Quiet Place 2’ Nears $250M, ‘Peter Rabbit 2’ & ‘Conjuring 3’ Also Hit Milestones


Korea Box Office Weekend Reaches Yearly High Led by Local Thriller ‘Hard Hit’


Confused About Where to Watch the Latest Blockbuster? You’re Not Alone


Emmy Rules Change Will Give Actors And Actresses Option To Be Recognized As “Performer”; Oscar Docs No Longer Eligible


Quentin Tarantino Jokes About Quitting While He’s Ahead: ‘Most Directors Have Horrible Last Movies’


UK Government Officially Moves To Regulate Netflix, Amazon & Disney


Broadway Shows May Not Report Grosses Upon Return


John Langley, Creator of ‘Cops,

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