The question is, what, now, today, in the immediate future, and for years to come, is “the industry”?
“Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings” is Marvel’s latest extension of its production line, in theaters only over the Labor Day weekend.
September’s film offerings
“Candyman” is at long last released to theaters and Braden King’s rural elegy “The Evening Hour” lingers for a second week at the Siskel.
Another cautious week as theatrical exhibition still struggles to find its footing.
Releases scheduled for theaters this week include the heartwarming Sundance sales smash “CODA”; the stomp-and-romp Chilean musical “Ema”; Jennifer Hudson’s impersonation of Aretha Franklin in “Respect”; the claustrophobic horror of “Don’t Breathe 2.”
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The Siskel Film Center reopens on Friday and the week’s biggest-budgeted opener is James Gunn’s return to filmmaking, “Suicide Squad.”
Recommended movies to see in the theaters this month.
A note on this week’s openers and holdovers.