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It’s Possible That Video Game Movies Will Now Take Over Hollywood

Sure, sure, Hollywood has tried it before – but, along with Detective Pikachu, Sonic the Hedgehog is reaping big bucks. That means “video game movies are really having a moment.” – Sydney Morning Herald
Tags: Art, Hollywood, Media, Sydney, 02.22.20


Fort Lauderdale's art scene

The idea of going to an art gallery used to absolutely terrify me. Nothing makes you feel like more of a fraud than entering a room full of artists and aficionados, and pretending to be moved by a piece of abstract expressionism that, for all you know, is a picture of an exploded rubber band ball. Enjoying art at the amateur level can be tricky, because many galleries, museums, and art districts feel intimidating to those outside the art community. I had come to terms with the fact that I’d n...
Tags: Travel, Art, Florida, New York, Hollywood, United States, Miami, Frank Sinatra, Everglades, All, Savannah, Courtyard, South Florida, Fort Lauderdale, Broward County, Wynwood


The Superb Noir Superhero Posters By Marko Manev

Marko Manev is an illustrator, graphic designer and a conceptual mixed-media artist. He has a bachelor of fine arts degree and has worked as a graphic designer in advertising for a number of years. Currently he works as a freelance artist and specializes in digital illustration for film, TV shows, games and various pop culture properties. His clients include Marvel, Lucasfilm, Disney... Source
Tags: Hollywood, Design, Movies, Superheroes, Noir, Inspirations, Marko Manev


Pensa Tackles Aluminum Luggage Redesign for Zero Halliburton

Erle P. Halliburton wasn't an industrial designer, but he was both an industrialist and a designer. In the 1930s he traveled to various oil fields in America, implementing the new method of oil well cementing he'd invented; the frequent travel led him to design his own suitcase, which was made from a then-newfangled material called aluminum.The suitcases caught on, and in 1938 Halliburton launched his own company to produce them. Movie star Marlene Dietrich was a fan, and either Halliburton form...
Tags: Hollywood, Design, America, Brooklyn, Bags, Halliburton, Marlene Dietrich, Dietrich, Pensa, Erle, Zero Halliburton, Mark Prommel Partner


Best shows to see in London in 2020

Putting on the world’s greatest shows since Shakespeare made his mark in the 1500s, London is right up there with Broadway as the most iconic place in the world to watch theater. If you’ve made your way through the long list of West End giants like The Lion King and Mamma Mia, don’t worry — you’re not done just yet. From the dark, heart-wrenching melodrama to the all-singing, all-dancing musicals, here’s our pick of London’s hottest new shows for 2020. 1. Romeo & Juliet, Shakespeare’s Globe...
Tags: Travel, Elsa, Jessica Chastain, UK, New York, Hollywood, London, Theatre, Disney, Bbc, Julia Roberts, Jake Gyllenhaal, New York Times, Stephen Sondheim, Yann Martel, Broadway


So ‘Parasite’ Won A Lot Of Oscars. What Happens Next?

Will Parasite‘s best picture win goose more international fare from the big studios – as opposed simply to Netflix – or will it only help both Bong Joon-ho and then other films that seem, in Hollywood terms, similar to Parasite? The biggest winner might be the Academy. “A vote for Parasite served as more than just a cast ballot: It was an investment in the Oscars’ future as a relevant institution.” – The New York Times
Tags: Art, Hollywood, Media, Netflix, Bong Joon, 02.14.20


Art in the age of artifice

As a magician and sleight-of-hand artist, I've been wrestling with the thorny and slippery notion of Art for a long time. A recent "magical project" rekindled my attention about this ongoing quest. Here follow my latest musings on this domain. What is Art? Art can be seen as the lifeblood running through the veins of human history. From prelinguistic cave dweller to postmodern city dweller, art stands as a witness to the evolution of every culture, reflecting and participating in our views of re...
Tags: Art, Post, Hollywood, News, Alan Moore, Los Angeles, Michelangelo, Hollywood Blvd, Sistine Chapel, Martel, Sigils, Magick, La Brea Ave, Chaos Magick, J F Martel, Hollywood Spelling


Watch: ‘Parasite’ From Storyboard to Screen, Ahead of Graphic Novel Release of Bong Joon-Ho’s Storyboards

Bong Joon-ho doesn’t hand his cast a script – he hands them a comic book. Or more accurately, a book full of the film’s storyboards that the Oscar-winning director meticulously draws himself. Bong has been known for storyboarding all of his movies before he ever gets behind the camera, shooting with a level of precision that is rarely seen in filmmakers today. And no film better shows that precision than Bong’s Best Picture-winning film Parasite. Bong’s Parasite storyboards show the director en...
Tags: Art, Books, Hollywood, Movies, Thriller, Vulture, Alfred Hitchcock, Cool Stuff, Bong, Vashi Nedomansky, Bong Joon, Steven Yeun, BONG-Joon-ho, Parasite, Foreign Language, Okja


Someone Found An Old Photo Album Full Of Pics Of This Woman And Hollywood Celebrities In A Thrift Shop

Bruce Willis A thrift shop in Belgium has caused quite a stir on the Internet. People at Opnieuw & Co, a local establishment in Mortsel, discovered an old photo album where a woman posed next to the biggest stars in Hollywood. After they shared some of the pictures, the online community immediately started their investigation. Who was this woman hugging Johnny Depp, Angelina Jolie... Source
Tags: Photography, Hollywood, Design, Celebrities, Belgium, Retro, Album, Portraits, Bruce Willis, Hollywood Celebrities In A Thrift Shop, Internet People at Opnieuw Co


Beyond Frieze: Art Highlights in LA

Site-specific installations, large-scale sculpture, surreal digital self-portraits and other must-see work In a few days, Los Angeles will briefly become the center of the art world. With art fairs Frieze, Felix and Art Los Angeles Contemporary in Hollywood and Spring Break in DTLA, the weekend of 14 February is slated to be an exciting one for art enthusiasts. But LA is an art-centric city all year, and …
Tags: Art, Photography, Hollywood, Design, Exhibits, La, Los Angeles, Culture, Sculpture, Exhibitions, Illustrations, Performance, Paintings, Portraits, Art Festivals, Art Fairs


Best NYC shows with LGBTQ characters

There’s no place like home — just ask Transparent star Alexandra Billings, who recently became the first openly transgender actress to play Madame Morrible in the Broadway production of Wicked. After her inaugural performance, Billings wrote on Instagram, “Last night I had the honor to be placed gently and with loving hands into the glorious Land of Oz…Where home is defined by truth and the power of chosen family.” Wicked, the girl-power prequel to The Wizard of Oz, has always had a home in ...
Tags: Travel, New York, Hollywood, Musicals, Wales, New York City, Theatre, Bette Davis, Stephen Sondheim, Broadway, Theater, Plays, Lily, Busch, Peppermint, All


This May Be The Best Time To Go To The Movies On The Big Screen

Quentin Tarantino’s New Beverly Theatre, which has regularly been selling out his Once Upon a Time … in Hollywood since last year, is but one of many arthouse cinemas being bought, refurbished, and revived by owners with singular visions. Netflix took out a longterm lease on New York’s Paris Theater and is in talks to buy LA’s 1922 Egyptian Theater. The artistic director for New York’s Metrograph, a new indie theater, says, “I’ve been going to the movies pretty much daily for about 25 years now...
Tags: Art, New York, Hollywood, Media, La, Netflix, Quentin Tarantino, Metrograph, Paris Theater, 02.08.20, New Beverly Theatre


Working To Broaden, And Subvert, The Story Of Overlooked People In Hollywood

Frieze Los Angeles goes up in the Paramount Pictures backlot, opening on Valentine’s Day. Sounds cozy. But, says a Frieze co-curator, “Going into 2020, we didn’t simply want to go back to the backlot and be purely celebratory.” That’s why “the curators have commissioned artists to engage the histories that Hollywood frequently overlooks.” – Los Angeles Times
Tags: Art, Hollywood, Paramount Pictures, Visual, Frieze Los Angeles, 02.07.20


Renee Zellweger Wins the Oscar for Best Actress!

Rene Zellweger has won Best Actress at the 2020 Oscars for her role in JudyThe 2020 Oscars are airing live on ABC from the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. [Author: TV News Desk]
Tags: Hollywood, Abc, Theatre, Renée Zellweger, Dolby Theatre, TV News Desk, Rene Zellweger


VIDEO: 'I'm Gonna Love Me Again' From ROCKETMAN Wins Best Original Song at the Oscars!

'I'm Gonna Love Me Again' from Rocketman has won the Oscar for Best Original SongThe 2020 Oscars are airing live on ABC from the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. [Author: TV News Desk]
Tags: Hollywood, Abc, Theatre, Dolby Theatre, TV News Desk


Dee Rees Is Working On A New Hollywood Empire, One That’s Good For Black Women Directors

Rees, whose Pariah hit the indie scene hard in 2011 and whose 2017 Mudbound earned four Oscar nominations, “is placing a thick spread of bets, in the hope that she will soon be able to play as boldly as she wants” in Hollywood. “Rees said her strategy is to work on ‘five things at once and see which one sticks.’ Each time we talked, she was working on a new project. Once it was a television show about a black police officer in the South, set in the 1970s. Another time it was a potential collabo...
Tags: Art, Hollywood, People, South, Dee Rees, Rees, 02.06.20, New Hollywood Empire One That


Photo Flashback: Remembering Kirk Douglas

Hollywood and stage actor,Kirk Douglas, passed awayyesterdayat age 103. In memory of the legendary actor,BroadwayWorld is reflecting on his life and legacy with a photo flashback. [Author: Walter McBride]
Tags: Hollywood, Theatre, BroadwayWorld, Kirk Douglas, Walter McBride


L.A.’s Geffen Playhouse Establishes Residency For Heavyweight Collective Of Black Theatre Talent

The group is called Cast Iron Entertainment, and includes Oscar-winning and Tony-nominated playwright Tarell Alvin McCraney and actors Sterling K. Brown, Glenn Davis, Brian Tyree Henry, Jon Michael Hill, and André Holland. They’ll have complete freedom to create and develop projects, with no requirement of an end project committed to the Geffen. – The Hollywood Reporter
Tags: Art, Hollywood, Theatre, Tony, Andre Holland, Tarell Alvin McCraney, 02.05.20


Actor Kirk Douglas, 103

“[His] distinctive cleft chin, raspy voice and highly charged dramatic energy whose starring roles in Spartacus, Lust For Life, Champion, Ace in the Hole and Paths of Glory helped him become one of Hollywood’s foremost leading men and enduring stars.” – The Washington Post
Tags: Art, Hollywood, People, Kirk Douglas, 02.05.20


MOULIN ROUGE!, OKLAHOMA! and More Will Be Featured in BROADWAY IN HOLLYWOOD 2020-21 Season

BROADWAY IN HOLLYWOOD Nederlander Organization has announced the Spectacular Spectacular 2020-21 Season, consisting of seven Broadway national tour productions which will play both the Dolby Theatre and Pantages Theatre in Hollywood. This season marks the second such season that Los Angeles theater audiences will have regular access to blockbuster national touring productions at both iconic theatres on Hollywood Boulevard. [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: Hollywood, Theatre, Los Angeles, Broadway, Hollywood Boulevard, BWW News Desk


Save Up to $30 on Tickets to See A SOLDIER'S PLAY on Broadway from the Roundabout Theatre Company

Charles Fuller's Pulitzer Prize-winning masterpiece finally arrives on Broadway in a 'blistering and relevant' The Hollywood Reporter production from Tony Award winner Kenny Leon. 'David Alan Grier is phenomenal' NY1 as a Black sergeant whose mysterious murder on a Louisiana Army base triggers an investigation by a fearless captain - Blair Underwood, 'electrifying' Daily News. [Author: Contests - Broadway]
Tags: Hollywood, Theatre, Broadway, Tony, Roundabout Theatre Company, Contests - Broadway, Blair Underwood, Louisiana Army, Charles Fuller, Kenny Leon David Alan Grier


#MeToo Is Starting To Make A Real Difference In Hollywood

“No matter how Harvey Weinstein’s criminal trial in Manhattan turns out, the revelations about the way he used his power over women have altered Hollywood in ways big and small. … Activists and industry professionals say that the steps being taken represent sustained attention to the issue, some improvement in day-to-day working conditions and perhaps signs of bona fide change.” – The New York Times
Tags: Art, Hollywood, Media, Harvey Weinstein, Manhattan, 01.30.20


Harriet Frank Jr., Half Of One Of Hollywood’s Great Screenwriting Teams, Dead At 96

She and her late husband, Irving Ravetch, wrote 17 feature films together, among them The Long, Hot Summer, The Dark at the Top of the Stairs, The Sound and the Fury, Conrack, and two for which they earned Oscar nominations, Hud and Norma Rae. – The Hollywood Reporter
Tags: Art, Hollywood, People, Hud, Norma Rae, Harriet Frank Jr, Irving Ravetch, 01.29.20


Things to do in the San Fernando Valley, LA area, Jan. 30-Feb. 6

  Bird watchers on an easy walk with volunteer guide Kerry Perkins look for local and migrating birds in January at Santa Monica Mountains Anthony C. Beilenson Interagency Visitor Center in Calabasas. (Photo by Ed Crisostomo, Contributing Photographer)   Here is a sampling of upcoming events and also ongoing entertainments that you may have missed in the San Fernando Valley and Los Angeles area.   EVENTS   Bianchi Planetarium at Cal State Northridge: “Winter Sky” show, 7:30, and “Light Ye...
Tags: Books, Events, Local News, Movies + TV, Music + Concerts, Theater, Things to Do, Art, Dance, Movies, Museum, Music, San Fernando Valley, Top Stories LADN


It’s True: ‘Cats’ Is Becoming The Next ‘Rocky Horror Picture Show’

The movie was set to be one of Hollywood’s epic disasters, on track to lose $100 million. “But a funny thing happened on the way to the cinematic scratching post. Word-of-mouth buzz began to build that Cats‘ numerous and not-inconsiderable quirks were, in fact, more fun than the sum of its filmmaker- and studio-intended entertainment value.” Viewers, many assisted by cannabis, “seemed to relish the collective joy of discovering a movie this bizarre in an era when Hollywood has never been more a...
Tags: Art, Hollywood, Media, Audience, 01.28.20


Looks like ATARI is entering the hotel industry with its line of ‘gaming hotels’

Here’s a statistic courtesy of The Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj. The gaming industry (valued at $139 billion) is bigger than Hollywood, the music industry, the NFL, NBA, and MLB… COMBINED. I’m no expert, but I assume a company like Atari would own a significant piece of that 139 billion dollar pie. Responsible for Pong, Pac-Man, Space Invaders, Donkey Kong, the company which shut down in 1984 and was later acquired by Hasbro is now making a comeback… but not as a gaming company.The Atari Hotel ...
Tags: Gaming, Games, Hollywood, Design, Architecture, Hotel, Mlb, Hasbro, Atari, Seattle, Phoenix, PHOENIX Arizona, NFL NBA, True North, Hasan Minhaj, GSD Group


A New Revenge Movie Perfect For – But Not About – The MeToo Era, Written And Directed By A Star Of ‘The Crown’

She’s a rising star of Season 3 (and 4) of The Crown, an executive producer for Killing Eve, and – oh yes – a writer and director of a movie whose trailer has been viewed more than 3 million times. And she’s written the story and book for Andrew Lloyd Webber’s new Cinderella. About that new revenge thriller, Promising Young Woman, starring Carey Mulligan, Emerald Farrell says: “I really wanted [it] to come out on Valentine’s Day, and I don’t mean that as a joke. I think what I wanted to make — ...
Tags: Art, Hollywood, Media, Los Angeles, Andrew Lloyd Webber, 01.25.20, Carey Mulligan Emerald Farrell


Things to do in the San Fernando Valley, LA area, Jan. 23-30

  “The Birdwatcher” is part of Paolo Ventura’s “An Invented World” art exhibit until March 14 at Galerie XII in Los Angeles. (Photo courtesy of Galerie XII)   Here is a sampling of upcoming events, and ongoing entertainments that you may have missed, in the San Fernando Valley and Los Angeles area. EVENTS   Circus Vargas – Mr. V’s Big Top Dream: Show runs 7 p.m. Jan. 23; 7:30 p.m. Jan. 24; 1, 4 and 7:30 p.m. Jan. 25; 12:30, 3:30 and 7 p.m. Jan. 26; 7 p.m. Jan. 27; 7 p.m. Jan. 30; 7:30 ...
Tags: Books, Events, Local News, Movies + TV, Music + Concerts, Theater, Things to Do, Art, Comedy, Dance, Movies, Museum, Music, San Fernando Valley, Top Stories LADN


Channing Tatum Leads BOB THE MUSICAL from Disney

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Channing Tatum will star in an upcoming musical comedy film from Disney 'Bob the Musical.' [Author: TV News Desk]
Tags: Hollywood, Theatre, Disney, Channing Tatum, TV News Desk, Disney Bob


Computer Can Tell It’s You By The Way You Dance

Studying how people move to music is a powerful tool for researchers looking to understand how and why music affects us the way it does. Over the last few years, researchers at the Centre for Interdisciplinary Music Research at the University of Jyväskylä in Finland have used motion capture technology—the same kind used in Hollywood—to learn that your dance moves say a lot about you, such as how extroverted or neurotic you are, what mood you happen to be in, and even how much you empathize...
Tags: Art, Hollywood, Dance, Finland, University of Jyväskylä, 01.20.20, Centre for Interdisciplinary Music Research



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