*In a few places, as long as you already have access to it on your TV.
Stuff I found on the Net today.
Fans Miranda Kirkness and James Dulmage celebrated their marriage Gallifreyan style. I suppose this means they finally had to deal each other their real names.
I’m thinking of a place that hasn’t been on film much or at all, but you know how amazing it is and figure it would look great onscreen… and perhaps capture something of the local flavor of where you live.
Ray Bradbury, who died yesterday at age 91, inspired, both directly and indirectly, generations of filmmakers. Stephen Hawking’s ideas inform both Battleship and Prometheus this summer. What other thinkers should storytellers be looking to for inspiration?
What my followers on Facebook, Twitter, and Google+ saw today…
It’s true that IMAX can offer an experience that you can’t get at home. But it has to be an experience than you want to have. If the movies are crappy, IMAX won’t make much of a difference…
I’m angry as a filmgoer, and on behalf of all those filmgoers who plunked down for a ticket to The Devil Inside this weekend and then felt like they’d been ripped off.
Apparently some stage and musical theaters in the U.S. have been offering special seats for tweeters for several years now. Can there be any doubt that “tweet seats” are coming to cinemas soon?
Plus: Should Hollywood stop pandering to dorks? Does the flopping of Mars Needs Moms spell the end of 3D? Why is Katie Holmes failing to charm America?