Animation fans who tuned into the premier of Comedy Central’s Moonbeam City were treated to a nostalgia laden treat. The new show centers around an Archer-esq playboy cop named Dazzle, played by Rob Lowe. (I think we can all agree that Rob Lowe should dedicate the entirety of his career to exploring the “playboy cop” archetype.) […]
Last night, music video director Joseph Kahn posted a dark and grim fan video of the American franchise classic Power Rangers on YouTube and Vimeo. The highly-produced 14-minute film entitled “Power/Rangers” already has over 2.7 million views. Co-produced by Andy Shankar and Jil Hardin and co-written by Kahn, Dutch Southern, and star James Van Der Beek, the video took a […]
Brian Williams, the long time anchor of NBC Nightly News, the man who replaced Tom Brokaw, the managing editor of NBC’s news division, and the man who led NBC to receive the Peabody Award for its coverage of Hurricane Katrina, has recanted a story about taking fire during an Operation Iraqi Freedom helicopter mission. But […]
The unprecedented hack that cost Sony millions of dollars and compromised more than 11 terabytes of internal company data this past November is all the entertainment industry has been talking about for the past several months. So what has the US done about the attack and what does this mean for the entertainment industry going […]
Shark Tank is ABC’s hit series that features aspiring entrepreneurs negotiating with investors for stakes in the entrepreneurs’ start-up businesses. The entrepreneurs stand before a panel of investors, and have the opportunity to pitch their business idea. If the sharks bite, the entrepreneurs often leave with an agreement that gives them more capital to help […]
For filmmakers, navigating the issues of clearance can be difficult and daunting. Obtaining licenses to feature clips or images can be impossible or expensive, but going without licenses could halt your film from ever getting to distribution. Recall the film Blackfish, a documentary about Sea World’s capturing and subsequent handling of orca whales. The film […]
Last week, Conservative media outlet “Truth Revolt” took aim at Lena Duham in an article claiming that the Girls superstar sexually abused her little sister. Their source? Look no further then Duham’s new book, Not That Kind of Girl. The basis of their accusations is a short passage from the book that describes an admittedly strange […]
On September 29th, The Independent reported that Universal Music Group had closed a deal with MirriAd, an advertising company which created technology allowing its user to swap out product placements in their music videos. Product placement, while a relatively new concept in music videos, has been part of the media for a long time. For […]
The majority of us indulge in reality television as our guilty pleasure. We come home from our busy lives and click “power,” looking for an hour or two of distraction. For me, any night of The Real Housewives of Orange County or The Rich Kids of Beverly Hills will suffice. All I need is 60 […]
The More You Watch, The More You May Never See– Does Binge Watching A TV Series Ruin The Overall Experience?
Now that the 2014 Emmy Awards have come and gone, the question of where TV is headed and where it has been are a hot topic of discussion (looking at you Seth Meyers, Johnny is rolling over in his grave right now). With the new wave of highly rated one hour dramas and comedies flooding […]
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