Hollywould: Racists, Returns, and Rent a Family

Hollywould: Racists, Returns, and Rent a Family

The film and television business moves at a mile a minute, so keeping up with the latest news can be a little daunting. Not to worry—we have your back. In Hollywould, we’ll round up the industry developments you need to know. Here’s what you may have missed: Roseanne Gets Racist: Cancelled In the span of […]

Hollywould: Songbirds, Solo, and Selfies

Hollywould: Songbirds, Solo, and Selfies

The film and television business moves at a mile a minute, so keeping up with the latest news can be a little daunting. Not to worry—we have your back. In Hollywould, we’ll round up the industry developments you need to know. Here’s what you may have missed: Bill & Ted Reunite to Face the Music Dudes, the Wyld […]

Bring on the Women

Bring on the Women

About two years ago, minorities were screaming to be heard— to be represented. Movements such as #OscarSoWhite showed the rage of Asian minorities, minorities in general, in terms of media representation and the passiveness of the industries role in creating more diverse opportunities for representation. The White man dominated the industry for years, and we had all thought […]

To Boldly Go: Star Trek And Its Place In History

To Boldly Go: Star Trek And Its Place In History

Star Trek: Discovery premiered Sunday, September 24, 2017 to less than stellar reviews. Set a decade before Star Trek: TOS (The Original Series), Discovery follows the exploits of the USS Discovery during the Federation/Klingon Cold War. (For the uninitiated, the Federation is a sort of interstellar United Nations, while the Klingons are, well, the bad […]

Hollywood goes big on Super Bowl Sunday

Hollywood goes big on Super Bowl Sunday

Hollywood took a reported box office beating in 2017, specifically in the summer, which is usually a designated three month period where Hollywood is allowed to print money. Using the trailers dropped this past Sunday, during America’s most coveted marketing minutes, studios don’t look like they are going to have a problem recouping some of that […]

Stream of Consciousness: ‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’

Stream of Consciousness: ‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’

Of course I saw the new Star Wars movie. I have lots of thoughts about it: What makes a Star Wars movie? Why does the story structure of these last two episodes completely STOP once we get to the final act? Why does this movie have an Act 4? Maybe I will address those questions […]

The Virtual Actor: Hollywood’s New Leading Man

The Virtual Actor: Hollywood’s New Leading Man

Technology’s been getting kinda crazy lately. Self-driving cars, RFID chip implants, that one backflipping robot. I finally feel like we’re starting to move into the sci-fi future the ’80s promised us. Even mundane technological developments are changing what we accept as real or not real these day. Soon even being dead may not be such […]

A Millenials Guide to Film: 10 Reasons to Love Adam Driver

A Millenials Guide to Film: 10 Reasons to Love Adam Driver

I have decided to publically confess my love for Adam Driver with the hopes that there will be one fateful day in which he stumbles upon this post, leaves his wife, and we ride off into the sunset together. I fell in love with Adam during season one of Girls (2012), and I am so […]