What does it take to create a haunting, nightmarish opening film sequence? According to Entertainment Weekly, you need David Fincher, an “uncomfortable” storyline and Tim Miller, the creative director for design studio Blur.
On EW.com, Miller gives an inside look on how the credits for Fincher’s “Girl With the Dragon Tattoo” were made.
“[Fincher] wanted to do everything photo-surreal, instead of [using] traditional film effects,” said Miller. “The first time [David and… Continue reading 'Girl With The Dragon Tattoo' Opening Sequence: The Studio Behind The Credits
If you’ve watched “Glee” and pondered long and hard about how, say, Cory Monteith and Lea Michele finds the center of their characters, you’re in luck: The show’s cast and creative team will chat with James Lipton on “Inside the Actors Studio” in 2012.
There’s no date yet for the episode, nor has Bravo said which cast members will take part. Creators Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuk… Continue reading 'Glee' cast, George Clooney going 'Inside the Actors Studio'
From the files of you probably don’t care that much: venerable New Yorker film critic David Denby has written a review of ‘The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo’ which will publish in the print edition of The New Yorker on Monday, a full eight days ahead of the embargo date on reviews set by Sony. Said Sony in an email to critics on early Sunday morning… Continue reading 'Girl With the Dragon Tattoo' New Yorker Review: Critic Breaks Embargo, Angers Studio (UPDATE)
A day filled with tears, laughter, and hugs erupted into applause when the last scene of One Life to Live finished taping in its ABC studio Friday. Today saw scenes moving along at the famously whiplash-like speed common for daytime soaps, but with increasing fanfare and emotion. Then the studio quietly began to fill up in the late afternoon as… Continue reading ‘One Life to Live’ says goodbye to its ABC studio — EXCLUSIVE PHOTOS
Weird Al Yankovic is best known for spoofing famous songs (‘Fat,’ ‘Amish Paradise’ and ‘It’s All About the Pentiums’ are some of our favorites), but he’s also written and starred in movies and television shows. (‘UHF,’ FTW.) When he isn’t doing all that, however, he apparently wanders the hallowed halls of Pixar studios. At least according to this photo tweeted by director Lee Unkrich (‘Toy Story 3,’ ‘Finding… Continue reading Weird Al Yankovic Pixar Photo: Singer Stops by Famed Animation Studio