Rio Hondo College Newspaper

El Paisano

Rio Hondo College Newspaper

El Paisano

Rio Hondo College Newspaper

El Paisano

Elizabeth Olsen (left) and Paul Bettany (right) star in the all new Disney+ show Wandavision which takes place just two weeks after the events of Avengers Endgame.

WandaVision Review

Raymond Luna, Social Media March 17, 2021

What feels like an eternity, we finally get a dose of Marvel since Avengers Endgame. Black Widow was supposed to have been released Summer 2020, but with the pandemic being at an all time high this past summer, Marvel & Disney opted to not release the film on Disney+, and instead pushed the premiere...

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In light of current circumstances, streaming, indie, and the very few blockbusters out right now have strong potential next film awards season.

Film Awards Season: Streaming Edition?

Ethan Huang, Reporter October 26, 2020

With 2021 approaching quickly, there is question regarding how the current pandemic will affect film awards season. Several months ago, the Academy had decided to adjust the eligibility of films in order to fit with 2020's circumstances. This included allowing streaming and video on demand films to qualify...

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Streaming Services Could Win An Oscar?

Streaming Services Could Win An Oscar?

Michael Martinez, Print Photo Editor May 10, 2020

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Science recently approved a temporary hold on the requirement that a film needs a seven-day theatrical run in a commercial theater to qualify for the Oscars. Instead, films will be allowed to be released digitally without playing in theaters. However, that doesn’t...

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Friends soon to be pulled from Netflix in light of the reveal of new Warner Bros streaming service

Friends Slated to be Taken Off of Netflix and Move to Warner Media New Streaming Service

Estevan Macias, Print Executive Editor February 28, 2019

In December Netflix pulled out hit TV show Friends only to be met by angry fans wanting the show back. After the backlash, the company decided to agree to a $100 million deal to have the show for the rest of  2019. This deal nearly quadrupled the price as the company before was only paying $30 million...

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iHeartRadio has stations set all around the country, including San Francisco and Los Angeles.

iHeartMedia Files for Bankruptcy

Ramon Alvarado, Sci. & Tech. Editor March 18, 2018

In a press release issued the morning of March 15, iHeartMedia announced it is filing for chapter 11 bankruptcy. The company is doing so in an effort to clear more than $10 billion of the debt it has accumulated over the last decade. iHeartMedia has been one of the more dominant audio companies in...

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