Matt Singer is the managing editor and film critic of the website ScreenCrush.com. For five years, he was the on-air host of IFC News on the Independent Film Channel, hosting coverage of film festivals and red carpets around the world. He’s been a frequent contributor to the television shows CBS This Morning Saturday and Ebert Presents At the Movies, and his writing has also appeared in print and online at The Village Voice, The Dissolve, and Indiewire.
Weekend Box Office: ‘Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom’ Is the Box Office King
The ‘Jurassic World’ sequel grossed over $150 million in its first weekend in theaters. Here’s the full box office chart.
‘Roseanne’ Will Return to TV Next Fall Without Roseanne As ‘The Conners’
Roseanne Barr will leave the show, but John Goodman, Laurie Metcalf, and Sara Gilbert will return for 10 episodes of a new spinoff next fall on ABC.
‘The Jerry Springer Show’ Is Finally Canceled
After 27 seasons and 4,000 episodes, the final “Jerry!” chant has rang out. (#RIP)
Jerry Maren, ‘Wizard of Oz’s Last Living Munchkin, Dies at 98
Maren played one of the members of the Lollipop Guild in the Hollywood classic.
R. Lee Ermey, the Ultimate Cinematic Drill Instructor, Dies at 74
Ermey became world-famous for his role as the cruel Sergeant Hartman in Stanley Kubrick’s ‘Full Metal Jacket.’
Milos Forman, Director of ‘One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest,’ Dies at 86
Forman made some of the most beloved movies of all time, including ‘One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest.’
Weekend Box Office: ‘Black Panther’ Passes ‘Titanic’ To Become the #3 All-Time Blockbuster
‘A Quiet Place’ dominated the weekend, but Marvel’s latest blockbuster passed another incredible box-office milestone.
Disney Is Building Marvel Theme Parks in California, Paris, and Shanghai
Marvel lands will be added to Disneyland, Walt Disney Studios Park in Paris, and Hong Kong Disneyland in 2020.
What’s Leaving Netflix: April 2018
Want to watch all four ’90s Batman movies on Netflix? Then you’d better hurry.
What’s New on Netflix: April 2018
A new Adam Sandler and Chris Rock comedy is one of dozens of classic titles and new Netflix originals headed to the streaming service next month.