Spielberg Casts a High School Talent as Maria for ‘West Side Story’
Jan 15th '19

Spielberg Casts a High School Talent as Maria for ‘West Side Story’

West Side Story is not building its hype based on past renditions. Instead, the film will be put in a fresh visual light that focuses more on its story rather than the spectacle. This is the Steven Spielberg we all know and love—not the one who lost himself in the computer animated hysteria (no offense Ready Player […]

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Comic-Con Weekend Roundup

Comic-Con Weekend Roundup

Comic-Con hit San Diego over the weekend, and pretty much all of pop culture had something to plug. Between the trailers, gossip, and reactions, there’s a lot to go through. Here’s what you need to know: Glass: Shayamalan’s Return to Form? The sort-of-sequel to M. Night Shyamalan’s Unbreakable and Split, Glass looks like the director might be making a comeback. […]

Film Directors Who Should Be Working on Television

Film Directors Who Should Be Working on Television

Apple recently secured the rights to distribute a new TV series that is executive produced by M. Night Shymalan. This will be Shyamalan’s second TV series, following his earlier project, Wayward Pines. I’m not surprised that Shyamalan is turning to TV again because working on Wayward Pines helped resurrect his career, alongside the film, The Visit. He’s far […]

The Blumhouse Machine

The Blumhouse Machine

Film has always been a risk to those that produce and create, presenting the issue of money loss, lack of an audience, and possibility of a dud hindering your future career. Jason Blum of Blumhouse fame has created a model that eliminates these risks, but can reap the reward of even the biggest Hollywood blockbuster. […]

Was Split intended to be a sequel to Unbreakable?

Was Split intended to be a sequel to Unbreakable?

If you haven’t seen the film Split, I’m not sure you’re going vibe this article… and of course SPOILERS BELOW: I know I’m a late to the game on this one, but when Split came out last January, I wasn’t in any rush to see it. M. Night Shyamalan films were a “thing” in the […]