You’re about to embark on Thanksgiving travel plans. You need some entertainment. I’m suggesting you download my new podcast Fighting in the War Room.
It’s new in the same way that reborn phoenix is new. FitWR is soaring up from the ashes of Operation Kino. Same crew, same pop culture talk, same abundance of personality, same fun-loving bickering that reminds people of their Thanksgiving dinner throwdowns.
What a great marketing tactic.
Here’s the truth: Neither of these men are good enough for Katniss.
"I want to make films that have a resonance in this moment of crisis that we’re living in. I don’t believe in films as escapism, I believe in films as engagement and reflection on reality. So working in this context of science and making science fiction in the context of science is interesting. It’s provocative."
'Sleep Dealer' Filmmaker Alex Rivera on the Salma Hayek movie that fizzled out, his science-minded film festival, and plans for his next sci-fi movie.
If the turkeys of Free Birds gobbled instead of spoke English.
When Gavin Hood told Orson Scott Card that he planned to adapt Card’s science-fiction classic Ender’s Game for the big screen, the author replied with
I wrote this behemoth!
This movie is the right kind of insane. The score fits accordingly.
What his work on Up, Star Trek, The Incredibles,Â and the small screen’s Lost taught him about writing a powerful piece of movie music.
Bucket list interview.
Is Gravity ultimately a film about the collision between faith and science?