Remakes, reboots, re-imaginings, sequels and shared universes all exist because one original movie was good enough to warrant further installments. Has Hollywood run out of original ideas?
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The Academy Awards are the Super Bowl of the film industry, and last night viewers were treated to the 91st ceremony and it was…a show.
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Internet trolling is a major presence in today’s online world. Have they compromised the film industry and its box office?
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Throughout the 20th–21st centuries, mental illness has been portrayed in various forms of media, but nothing as prominent as in cinematic fashion.
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Traits of great actors include both pure ability and the ability to transform into a plethora of diverse roles. While there are plenty of actors frequently associated with performing more dramatic roles like Daniel Day-Lewis or Judy Dench, traditionally comedic actors have often stepped into more serious roles and performed amazingly well. Why are comedic actors often successful when leaving their familiar surroundings?
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The Cinescape Podcast has been a passion that we’ve put a lot of time, effort and money into over the past two years. As we approach our second birthday, we wanted to give our fans an update on the show.
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Sadly, this past Thursday, July 20th, the beloved King of The Sweaties, Jon Schnepp passed away at the age of 51. Though Jon is gone, his legacy is sure to carry on through his work, his love, and his passion for all things in the nerd world.
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