Everything You Wanted To Know About Press Screenings, Valerian, Kingsman, The Deuce, Willy Wonka & More
Sep 19th, 2017 by slashfilmdaily
On the September 20, 2017 episode of /Film Daily, Peter Sciretta is joined by Ben Pearson and Chris Evangelista to talk about the latest news, including a Netflix cartoon controversy, the possibility of a Valerian sequel, the first reviews for Kingsman: The Golden Circle, a new movie theater VR concept, The Deuce season 2 and Willy Wonka in Concert. And in The Mail Bag, we answer all of your questions about press screenings.
In the News:
‘Valerian’ Sequel Is Still Possible, Here Is What Needs To Happen
Someone Drew a Penis in a Children’s Netflix Cartoon
‘Kingsman: The Golden Circle’ Review Round-Up: An Overlong But Entertaining Sequel
Cool Stuff: Cinera Headset Straps an HD Movie Theater Experience to Your Face
‘The Deuce’ Season 2 Is Coming
John Stamos Leading ‘Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory’ in Concert, with Weird Al and Finn Wolfhard Co-Starring
In The Mailbag: Kolin Singh writes in “Hey Peter and the gang, My question this week is about press screenings. I was curious about how they work. - How do you hear about them? - Who gets invited? - Are you allowed to bring anyone? - How early do you have to be? - How often does the theater get completely full? - Are there ever any Q&As with cast and/or crew? - Lastly, are they worth going to? I'm sure they're free and that's a big plus, but is it worth it considering you'll probably have to get there super early for good seats and sitting with so many people could cause problems with Phones, chatting, etc. Love the show and keep up the great work everyone!”
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