Showmax’s release schedule for May has us incredibly excited.
The PlayStation Store will stop offering purchases and rentals of movies and TV shows.
Dune director, Denis Villeneuve, has penned an op-ed in Variety blasting HBO Max and stating that it may result in future films in the franchise getting canned.
2020 just won’t die, huh? Here’s another africast as we count down the days.
Mondia launches a new entertainment platform called Monsooq, which is built on an interesting pay-per-minute model.
Expect to see a lot more content go straight to platforms like Disney+, as the company confirms that this will be its new area of focus moving forward.
Like many other events, this year’s Jozi Film Festival is headed online, making over 30 movies available on-demand between 17th and 20th September.
A massive conglomeration of cinema companies have joined for a campaign to re-open the movies.
Matt Reeves’ Nirvana-tinged teaser for The Batman leads the way as far as new trailers showcased at DC FanDome goes, with plenty to look forward to in 2021.
Frightfan.tv serves up horror films at R25 a pop.
Three more Pokémon movies join the existing five.
The first three movies are streaming for free on Pokémon TV.
It looks like COVID-19 has impacted the entire lineup of DC films Warner Bros. is working on.
The release has been pushed back to 14th August.
Netflix is refreshing its content for April.
Seating limitations, less showings and more hygiene is the order of the day at Ster-Kinekor branches.
Movies will be made available for rental for a 48-hour viewing period at the same time they’re released in theaters.
The fate of Black Widow is still up in the air for now.