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Ink & Pixel: Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events

Ink & Pixel is a source of pride and joy for me as a writer and as such, I'm always striving to take this column further for those who read and enjoy it. In an effort to widen the reach of our continuously growing fan-base, Ink & Pixel has broadened its horizons with the inclusion of films from the Horror, Sci-Fi, Action-Adventure, and Fantasy genres. Additionally, if you...
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04.14.2016
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Josh Brolin and George Clooney to star in Coen brothers' Hail, Caesar!

Stop what you're doing right now and get prepared for some fantastic news. Are you sitting down? Alright, so it is now official that Joel and Ethan Coen ’s HAIL, CAESAR!, which we told you about last month , will star George Clooney and Josh Brolin . The Coen’s will write and direct the film that follows a 1950s-era Hollywood "fixer" named Eddie Mannix....
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06.09.2014
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The Coen Bros next film will be the 1950s comedy Hail Caesar

Joel and Ethan Coen have announced their next film following the acclaimed INSIDE LLEWYN DAVIS. The Coens will next helm the comedy HAIL CAESAR, a project they have been developing for quite some time, but there is a catch. HAIL CAESAR will not be the film we previously heard about, at least not in the way it was originally envisioned. According to Deadline , HAIL CAESAR will tell...
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05.16.2014
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Jeffrey Katzenberg envisions a huge shift in how movies are released

The shift in how we consume film has grown and changed over the years so much that it happens very rapidly now and Hollywood can barely catch up. Going from film to digital, VHS to DVD to Blu-Ray, video stores to On Demand, the list goes on but one constant is that we are getting entertainment faster and those who make them have to find a profitable way to catch up. It used to be you had...
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04.29.2014
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C'mon, Hollywood: Where is our next great American action film?

It seems like action movies from the U.S. these days just arenít all that great, you know? Aside from comic book adaptations, giant robots and Jason Statham vehicles, itís pretty slim pickings for an action junkie looking to get his rocks off cinematically speaking. The last great action movie I can think of at the top of my head is easily THE RAID: REDEMPTION and you can imagine...
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03.04.2014
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C'mon, Hollywood: Please don't ruin our 90's nostalgia!

I'm not sure if this is a good or bad thing, but I'm a nostalgic bastard. If it came out before the harsh realities of life set in and I was just another happy lad (the 90's), I probably remember and look back on it fondly. Hollywood, however, has a knack for having its way with those memories. I can't imagine, for example, growing up with STAR WARS and standing in line waiting to...
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02.18.2014
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C'mon, Hollywood: Don't let The Expendabelles become a generic chick flick!

Not too long ago, there was an announcement of an all female version of THE EXPENDABLES hitting theaters, called THE EXPENDABELLES , which I personally thought sounded supremely awesome. While we've gotten films like UNDERWORLD , RESIDENT EVIL and KILL BILL featuring women kicking ass and taking names, this would be the first time a movie had so many gals†doing that†at the same...
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02.11.2014
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C'mon, Hollywood: Here's what Disney should do with Indiana Jones

Indiana Jones is easily one of the most iconic and badass characters to have ever graced the silver screen. Some people had the original STAR WARS trilogy mold their childhood, but mine was always set with the Indiana Jones films. Unfortunately in 2008, a lot of the magic was ruined with INDIANA JONES AND THE KINGDOM OF THE CRYSTAL SKULL and to keep from experiencing all out...
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02.04.2014
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C'mon, Hollywood: Stop ripping off the visual style of other films!

Charles Caleb Colton once wrote, "Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery." When you take a second to think about it, that makes a whole lot of sense, especially in the scrambling world of Hollywood. When a film is released and it has a specific look or style to it, someone is bound to see it and be inspired by it and they'll, in turn, want to use those aspects in their own films....
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01.14.2014
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Adrian Grenier and Mark Wahlberg offer differing views on the money issues holding up the Entourage movie

Fans of the HBO series ENTOURAGE should already understand what goes into getting a movie made as they witnessed Vince and his crew endure the ups and downs of the Hollywood system for eight seasons. But, now there is some real life drama holding up the long in development feature film take on the show. Creator Mark Wahlberg was recently asked by the paparazzi about the film's status...
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10.21.2013
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C'mon Hollywood: Give us a new horror icon already!

It’s October in Hollywood and you know what that means, right? Zero new mainstream horror films are being released! Sure, you can argue for the remake of CARRIE, but the fact of the matter is that it’s one of the billion new remakes Hollywood has released in the last decade. While there are some really well made and effective horror remakes in existence, the ones of late...
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10.15.2013
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Cool Videos: Real Hollywood assistants mock the typical studio pitch meeting

On the heels of my Top 10 Ways to Save the Hollywood Blockbuster comes this video that illustrates everything that is wrong with the Hollywood studio system. A part of the ongoing Tinsel Zone series of videos, this clip satirizes what the average pitch meeting is like at agencies like William Morris Endeavor with agents like Ari Emmanuel (the inspiration for the ENTOURAGE character)....
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08.30.2013
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