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Hollywood COVID-19 Round-Up
March 16, 2020
COVID-19 has put a squeeze on Hollywood productions, and its time to round-up the moves productions companies have made in the past few weeks.
Rough Start, Went Downhill
March 16, 2020
The growing global pandemic dampened attendance from the beginning and led to thinly populated aisles on the show's final day.
Column by Paul Levitz
March 16, 2020
Author and former DC Comics Publisher Paul Levitz calls for bold actions by publishers, and offers suggestions for retailers, to help stave off the worst impacts of the coronavirus pandemic.
'Bloodshot' Opens At #3
March 15, 2020
Save for a few hard hit localities, the coronavirus pandemic has not yet shut down U.S. theaters, but COVID-19 has already had a major effect on movie-going with the total of the top ten films this week plummeting to a level not seen since mid-September 2000.
San Diego Comic-Con Still On, for Now
March 13, 2020
WonderCon postponed, but San Diego Comic-Con still on, for now.
April Event Now On List of Major Cancellations
March 11, 2020
Diamond Comic Distributors has canceled its planned 2020 Retailer Summit in Orlando.
More Middle-Grade Titles, Same High Production Values
March 11, 2020
Publisher Mike Kennedy said in an interview with ICv2 that his plans include more graphic novels for middle-grade and young adult readers.
Column by Rob Salkowitz
March 10, 2020
Rob Salkowitz looks at the story behind the cancellation of a major comic convention and the implications for the event business.
Column by Scott Thorne
March 8, 2020
This week, Scott Thorne takes a look how COVID-19 is affecting GAMA Expo this year, and which there seminars seem interesting.
Another Expensive 2020 Misfire
March 8, 2020
Pixar’s Onward topped the weekend box office with an estimated $40 million, which leaves only a tiny chance at financial success for the animated film with a reported cost of around $200 million.
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