The CW’s DC TV/Supernatural Crossover Should be a Marvel Cinematic Universe/Supernatural Crossover

As a beyond huge fan of CW’s Supernatural TV series, I always imagined and thought if I was in a position to make a crossover with the Supernatural saga, it would be with the Marvel Universe. I really don’t understand the fact that they chose DC. In the CW’s Supernatural, created by Eric Kripke, analyzes and creates a… Continue reading The CW’s DC TV/Supernatural Crossover Should be a Marvel Cinematic Universe/Supernatural Crossover

Manchester by the Sea: Major Plot Points Breakdown By: Jessica N. Brunelle

https://images.app.goo.gl/oZ8UzRA26vNNkXED6 Screenplay Genre: Drama Written by: Kenneth Lonergan Movie Time: 138 minutes – 2:10 1. Inciting Incident The first fourteen minutes establishes an overall understanding of who Lee is: uncle, brother, fishes, kind, has a healthy happy bond with family, but now depressed, alone and self-destructive – picking fights in bars makes the audience curious… Continue reading Manchester by the Sea: Major Plot Points Breakdown By: Jessica N. Brunelle

Mental Illness Doesn’t Mean Crazy

Society over time has confused mental illness with the term “crazy.” I would know because I have told my therapists, I think I am crazy multiple times in my life. Their responses were always the same, “Well that’s good because if you think you are crazy you are not.” Crazy people are the those who… Continue reading Mental Illness Doesn’t Mean Crazy

Writing Tips and Film Analysis: Writer/Director Wes Anderson

By Britton Perelman June 2, 2021 Blogs 6 Writing Tips from Wes AndersonThe eccentric writer/director always fully immerses audiences in his incredible idiosyncratic stories — whether that’s the glory of The Grand Budapest, the depths of the oceans with Steve Zissou, or an island about to be hit by a massive storm. If you’re aspiring to… Continue reading Writing Tips and Film Analysis: Writer/Director Wes Anderson

Without a thriving global film festival scene, the film industry won’t thrive. This coming season will show how relevant and vital festivals are.

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The World to Come’ Director on the Struggle to Get Female-Led Narratives Financed

Romantic frontier drama “The World to Come” opens the June installment of International Film Festival Rotterdam 2021 and its director, New York and Oslo based writer-director Mona Fastvold is also set to give one of three Big Talks at the festival this week. By Ann-Marie Corvin

‘The Boys’: First Look At Jensen Ackles As Soldier Boy

By Denise Petski Denise Petski Senior Managing Editor More Stories By Denise Anna Akana Among 5 Cast In Demi Lovato’s NBC Comedy Pilot ‘Hungry’ ‘The Terminal List’: Catherine Dyer Joins Amazon’s Thriller Conspiracy Series As Recurring ‘Batwoman’: Camrus Johnson Suits Up As Batwing — First Look VIEW ALLJune 7, 2021 9:45am Amazon has dropped the first image… Continue reading ‘The Boys’: First Look At Jensen Ackles As Soldier Boy

‘The Boys’ VFX Supervisor Stephan Fleet On Creating Stormfront’s Powers To Match Her Personality: “Definitely Violent And Extremely Destructive”

By Ryan Fleming Ryan Fleming More Stories By Ryan ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Costume Designer Gersha Phillips On Designing The Return Of The Terran Emperor And The New Style Of “Georgiou Casual” How ‘PEN15’ Production Designer Grace Alie Turned Back The Clock To The Early 2000s: “We Had A Lot Of Trips Down Memory Lane” ‘Solos’ Production… Continue reading ‘The Boys’ VFX Supervisor Stephan Fleet On Creating Stormfront’s Powers To Match Her Personality: “Definitely Violent And Extremely Destructive”

Jensen Ackles Suits Up as Soldier Boy in ‘The Boys’ Season 3 First Look Photo

By Danielle Turchiano It’s time to salute Soldier Boy! Amazon Prime Video has released a first look at Jensen Ackles in his superhero suit ahead of Season 3 of “The Boys.”

‘The Sandman’ Behind-the-Scenes Footage Introduces Neil Gaiman’s Ambitious Netflix Series Adaptation

Neil Gaiman, who created the original “The Sandman” comic, said that walking around Netflix’s set was like being inside his own dream. Tyler Hersko Jun 8, 2021 1:00 pm