Dan Glass didn’t set out to make today’s movies look as spectacular as they do.
He earned a degree in architecture before a series of career steps led him to … Read More
Production designer Michael Wylie earned a cool sand box to play in with his latest assignment.
Wylie, whose work has been featured on “Masters of Sex,” “Agent Carter” and “Grimm,” got complete … Read More
Chip Baskets wants to be the next Jerry Lewis.
The “Nutty Professor” icon is beloved in France, while Chip dreams of generating Gallic love with his professional clowning.
Anyone who … Read More
No, not the digitally-created Jedi from the “Star Wars” prequels. The felt and foam version introduced in 1980’s “The Empire Strikes Back.”
Scott’s friend watched the “Star Wars” saga in chronological … Read More
The last 12 months proved the first season of “Fargo” was no fluke, but “True Detective” sure was. Most of all, television continued to lap motion pictures in terms of … Read More
Muren’s 1967 film “Equinox” was “a movie made by three people behind the camera and four people in front of it. And it looks like it,” Muren says, laughing. The … Read More
Yes, the culture couldn’t get enough of Walter White and Tony Soprano, serially flawed men who anchored “Breaking Bad” and “The Sopranos,” respectively. Their antics suggested audiences had little appetite … Read More
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