Here are a bunch of little bites to satisfy your hunger for movie culture:
What if they turned The Wolf of Wall Street into a 1980s sitcom and it had the same theme song as Who’s the Boss? Here’s the answer (via Devour):
Combing adorable characters from Disney-distributed movies, here’s a t-shirt design crossing My Neighbor Totoro, Big Hero 6 and Guardians of the Galaxy (via Fashionably Geek):… Continue reading Today in Movie Culture: 'Wolf of Wall Street' Sitcom, How to Be a Filmmaker in 32 Steps and More
A few days into the 2014 Cannes Film Festival, we have another big disappointment but also an out of nowhere favorite among the competition titles. Also, an anticipated sequel gets raves, as does Robert Pattinson.
Atom Egoyan’s latest stars Ryan Reynolds as a man whose daughter has been abducted, and it seems to be another dud from the once-great Canadian… Continue reading Cannes in 60 Seconds: Robert Pattinson Receives Strong Reviews; A Once-Great Filmmaker Delivers Another Dud
So, J.J. Abrams is directing “Star Wars Episode VII”?
According to the Wrap, the filmmaker will be taking on the next chapter in the series. This contradicts earlier reports where Abrams stated he had turned it down.
“I quickly said that because of my loyalty to ‘Star Trek,’ and also just being a fan, I wouldn’t even want to be involved in the next version of those things,” Abrams told Empire Magazine… Continue reading J.J. Abrams, 'Star Wars' Director: Filmmaker May Take On Next Chapter For Disney (UPDATE)
The concept of auteurism in television is not new. It can be applied to great directors delivering singular episodes of shows, à la Rian Johnson with Breaking Bad and Neil Marshall with Game of Thrones or it can mean those showrunners with a definite voice and vision, whether these creators are writers or directors or come from the movies or not. But there are some TV… Continue reading Which Filmmaker Should Develop a TV Series?
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Just last year filmmaker Robert Rodriguez was announcing the launch of his new production company, Quick Draw, and this year he’s got an even bigger project on his hands, his own TV network.
That’s right, a TV network. The deal is part of Comcast’s commitment to expand programs for Spanish-speaking viewers. Others granted… Continue reading Cine Latino: Filmmaker and Entrepreneur Robert Rodriguez to Launch TV Network via Comcast