This Is How the Team behind Immortals Made a Visually Amazing Epic
Immortals, released in 2011, is a sword-and-sandals epic that’s noteworthy for many reasons. One is the film’s striking visual style. Director Tarsem Singh made it clear from the early stages of the film’s development that he wanted the images to resemble Renaissance paintings.
This Is Why Haywire Is a Thrilling Action Movie
Making a major motion picture has never been an easy process. You need to find the right story, assemble the right team both in front of and behind the camera, and manage a production consisting of dozens — if not hundreds — of people all while working under a tight deadline.
Limitless and the Importance of Visual Style: What You Need to Know
Limitless is a successful 2011 thriller that leverages a unique concept to tell a compelling story. Bradley Cooper stars as a failed young author whose life changes dramatically when he begins taking a drug that enhances his cognitive abilities to nearly superhuman levels.
This Is What You Need to Know about How Daniel Day-Lewis Got Into Character for Nine
Anyone who is a fan of movies knows that Daniel Day-Lewis has a reputation for completely immersing himself in his roles when making a movie. Luckily, no one can argue with the...
Why Don Jon Is a Personal Rom-Com: What You Need to Know
The romantic comedy genre is one of the oldest and most popular in the history of major Hollywood filmmaking. Of course, this means it can be difficult to make a film in the genre that truly stands out.
Spotlight on Glioblastoma — The Most Common Adult Brain Cancer
The recent passing of Senator John McCain has put glioblastoma multiforme, the most common form of brain cancer in adults, in the spotlight. (Senator McCain was diagnosed with glioblastoma in 2017, and passed away on August 25, 2018, at the age of 81.) According to...