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They cut your head off and it’s all that remains.
After spending an afternoon at Digital Domain for The Digital Bits, I discovered the wizards behind Ender’s Game kept only the face of the actors during many of the scenes in the movie.
Everything else is CGI and looks surprisingly good. [Read on here…]
[Editor’s Note: This column contains spoilers for the first three seasons of the series. Proceed with caution!]
The Walking Dead is a show about more than just zombies.
Behind some of the violence and gore, The Walking Dead is about friendship and trust in a new society of a post-apocalyptic world. Right from the first episode, individuals come together to survive against an endless army of undead. They don’t trust each other yet but learn to adapt at a time when society has been extinguished from what they’ve known before. Soon, a large family unit has risen from a world crawling with zombies. [Read on here…]
The Wizard of Oz will celebrate its 75th Anniversary in style, remastered and converted into 3D.
For a one-week engagement beginning September 20th, The Wizard of Oz will be shown with impressive visual details never before seen and in a spectacular 3D format. One of the best places to see this new vision of the film is at the TCL Chinese Theatre where it originally premiered back in 1939. [Read on here...]
What began as an idea in the Middle East transformed into a visual story on the big screen. Oblivion took shape inside the mind of director Joe Kosinski, leaped onto the pages of a graphic novel and ended up as a science-fiction movie with Tom Cruise.
THE BIRTH OF OBLIVION
“It came at a time where I was having trouble getting my foot in the door in the commercial music video business,” said Kosinski. Out of frustration, he wrote the story of a man digging into the past, our present, to find his humanity. “I had this idea of what would it be like to be the last man on Earth, to be kind of the one looking back at the world we know,” he said. […]
It’s more than a grand redesign: Disney’s D23.com website now offers more content, archival and new, than ever before.
It’s 98% brand new, filled with countless articles and over three million images from the Disney library. D23 is user friendly, combining unearthed treasures and new materials. Jeffrey Epstein, Disney’s Manager of Marketing, said the idea for the change to D23 was to take what fans loved about the website and add much more to the experience.