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Your Move 

By Michael Goldman

Contrary to reports, Hollywood remains a busy place in this economic downturn—just a different kind of busy. Instead of deep production work, many companies are spending time jockeying for position in response to the recession and smaller waves of difficulty that are unique to the entertainment business...

Ron's Empire 

By Michael Goldman

The schedule and the technical complexity of Angels & Demons were among the most challenging of Ron Howard's directorial career. Despite that, or perhaps because of it, Howard calls the time he spent making the movie "a particularly fascinating creative period in my life."...

The Future Does Not Look Pretty 

By Michael Goldman

When committing to take over the Terminator universe, director McG says he planned to honor the mythology of the previous Terminator films while radically changing the look of the franchise...

Back on Trek 

By Michael Goldman

When J.J. Abrams was handed the keys to the Star Trek kingdom, he boldly went where no Star Trek filmmaker had gone before: into prequel land...

Digital Puppeteers 

By Ellen Wolff

Stop-motion animation and stereoscopy aren't techniques that audiences have ever seen combined before that is, until Coraline, the latest feature from...

Dr. Manhattan Project 

By Michael Goldman

Whenever embarking upon the creation of a spectacular smorgasbord of visual craziness in a major feature film as Director Zack Snyder describes the visual...

Making History 

By Michael Goldman

Director Ed Zwick says he gravitates toward period pieces (Glory, Legends of the Fall, and The Last Samurai, among others) simply because “historical moments are a particularly good place to find circumstances where the dramatic stakes are so high in compelling stories...

Performance Enhancing 

By Michael Goldman

Director Darren Aronofsky's new film The Wrestler isn't so much a story about the title character as it is the wholesale documenting of a character who is, in fact, the entire story....

Step By Step: Tropic Thunder  

By Ellen Wolff

Comic timing is a phrase usually associated with actor pratfalls rather than the effect of a CG helicopter crashing to the ground. But for the DreamWorks/Paramount...

Clint's Collaborators  

By Michael Goldman

The remarkably efficient Clint Eastwood filmmaking machine keeps marching along with, at press time, three feature films in various states of progress....

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