‘Maniac’ is a forthcoming series at Netflix that will star Jonah Hill, Emma Stone, and Justin Theroux. It’s about the treatment–and manipulation?–of the mind. Its star power coupled with its intriguing premise promises to deliver a fresh storytelling experience.
And with each passing day, it becomes clearer that television and cinema are engaging in some version of experiential marketing. Treating a show or film as a brand isn’t new yet modern technology creates creative elasticity that attempts to bring the viewer into the show or film like never before.
Engagement is key.
If only there were cognitive professionals to sign off on this evolving breakthrough…
I may need to see some college degrees.
In the meantime, I’ll have to settle for just watching ‘Maniac’ on Netflix starting September 21.
A “Happy Monday!” blog post of Jimmy’s Daily Planet will help you watch the brand new trailer for the forthcoming Disney live-action film ‘Mary Poppins Returns.’
This looks like a great family movie to see with my young nieces. And I’ll be sure to play my part and feed them
a bag of Skittles a spoonful of sugar before returning them to their parents because, well, that’s what good uncles do!
‘Mary Poppins Returns’ to movie theaters on December 19.
For a “Throwback Thursday” to remember, I–well, Netflix–present to you the trailer for the final film by Orson Welles titled ‘The Other Side of the Wind’ that will finally make its worldwide premiere at the 75th Venice International Film Festival tomorrow after around 40 years of tinkering.
‘The Other Side of the Wind’ will premiere on Netflix on November 2.
Aerosmith is one of the greatest and most iconic rock bands of all-time. The band’s style, look, and the sound is unmistakable. As a group, they boast an incredible musical catalog, as well as a backstage dust-up between its two biggest stars that led to its initial breakup.
Aerosmith has it all as a rock band.
Aerosmith is leaning into the future.
Aerosmith played a special concert on the Today Show earlier today.
Aerosmith doesn’t need to learn new tricks. Those tricks still rock…and roll.