With “Brave” hitting theaters in less than two weeks, a Pixar storyboard artist named Emma Coats has put up a series of Twitter posts designed to let fans further understand the beloved studio’s creative process. They are the 22 guidelines that Pixar follows for any story that they pursue. Given that Pixar is considered by […]
It seems like all big blockbusters come with a viral video campaign these days, and Marc Webb’s “The Amazing Spider-Man” is no exception. Take a look at these glimpses of the Lizard, played by Rhys Ifans.
In a cruel joke that seems designed to torture “Breaking Bad” fans who are having Walter White withdrawals, stars Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul have made a video touting Season 5… without including any footage. “You gotta see this… if we panned over… which we’re not… you’d see something that was revealing a plot point!” […]
In a sprawling 43-minute interview at the Milken Institute Global Conference (embedded above), George Lucas opens up considerably about his life and film career. Also of interest to “Star Wars” fans: he weighs in on the infamous the Han Solo-Greedo, who-shot-first question (38:29 in). Source: The Hollywood Reporter
Two weeks ago, I lambasted MTV and Rian Johnson for publishing a “director’s commentary” for the trailer for “Looper”, which seemed ridiculous and unnecessary, killing the beautiful aura of mystery surrounding the film. I’m more open to the clip above, in which Joss Whedon records a sort of mini director’s commentary track, voicing over one […]