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Hollywood won’t stop until it turns every movie into a TV series

After years of hearing talk about how TV is now better than film, the movie industry is finally getting its revenge—by taking over television.

In a flurry of development activity over the past month, each of the five US broadcast networks announced plans to turn several feature films into potential series. 599 more words

Ground control to Major Tom

The reason why I love the movie The Secret Life of Walter Mitty so much is because there’s a part of Mitty that resonates with my soul, my inner self. 296 more words

Blogging 101

Day Trippin' in San Bernardino on Highway 18

A couple of weeks ago I had a client ask me where his family could Picnic for the day.  What a great question, of course I know a hand full of spots… But I froze… Wait a minute, I know the answer to this… as I stuttered through my answer, I finally remembered all of the San Bernardino National Forest turn outs on Hwy 18. 564 more words

Lake Arrowhead

Famous Portraits Re-Created with John Malkovich

All done without Photoshop, here is a collection of portraits by renowned photographer Sandro Miller. Miller wanted to celebrate some of the most famous pictures ever taken by recreating them using actor John Malkovich. 13 more words

Art

Time, the picture it does alter.

Time changes things. I don’t think I’m going to win a Nobel prize for that profound statement. If you have an interest in history, like I do, you might have a preference for a particular era or something physical, like a building. 302 more words

Castles

British Museum to be re-created in 'Minecraft'

Players of the build-what-you-want game Minecraft have specialized in re-creating the locations of famous fictional worlds. From Westeros to Middle-earth, there’s no shortage of well-known locals to explore. 242 more words

News

Friday night at the Portland Art Museum

It’s after 5pm and I’ve leisurely spent my Friday about town ’til I decide to walk on over to the Portland Art Museum right in the middle of the city, it sits right on Park street not to far from Portland’5 Center for the Arts on Main. 1,637 more words

Writing