Danielle Solzman Archives
Danielle Solzman is a film critic and aspiring filmmaker living in Chicago. She is a member of the Broadcast Film Critics Association, Chicago Independent Film Critics Circle, Galeca: The Society of LGBTQ Entertainment Critics, Alliance of Women Film Journalists, Online Association of Female Film Critics, Online Film Critics Society, and the Online Film & Television Association.
We are moving into a new year and what could happen in 2020? What about something big like Apple or Amazon buying Netflix or Disney?
Marvel Studios will be including a transgender character in one of their future releases according to a recent Q&A. The announcement was made by
The conversation surrounding Netflix at the end of 2019 is much different than it was during awards season last year when Roma was drawing praise. How do
In news that should surprise absolutely no one, Judi Dench described her Cats character as being transgender while on the press tour. Gender-flipping a
It was recently announced that the Power Rangers movies would be rebooted yet again. The Hollywood Reporter reported that Jonathan Entwistle would be
Star Trek actor Simon Pegg recently said during an appearance at C21's Content London that theatrical cinema is dying. Pegg, according to The Hollywood
The beauty of awards season is that we get a number of roundtables with various awards contenders that bring about some fascinating tidbits. While
The holiday blockbuster season means a wealth of studio tentpoles for the winter season and a slew of Oscar contenders fighting for screen time. This New
Scarlett Johansson opened up about the backlash from the transgender community after the whole Rub & Tug fiasco last summer. While comments made
As surprising as it may sound, studio executives suggested that actress Julia Roberts portray Underground Railroad leader Harriet Tubman. The report comes
The discourse regarding whether or not Marvel movies are considered cinema continues as Avengers: Endgame directors Anthony and Joe Russo weigh in.
Speaking to Billboard, legendary Beatles musician Paul McCartney revealed that he wasn't originally a fan of the concept behind Yesterday. McCartney was
All good things come to an end and the Terminator franchise appears to be coming to the end of the line after an under-performing opening weekend. It used
According to a new book published today by Oscar-winning film editor Paul Hirsch, writer-director George Lucas once described Star Wars as a Disney movie.
During a recent roundtable with The Hollywood Reporter, Disney's Alan Horn took some time to speak about the future of Fox Searchlight Pictures. Much has