Every worthwhile accomplishment, big or little, has its stages of drudgery and...– Mahatma Gandhi Focus. Finish.
James Cameron vs. Glenn Beck BEEF →
This amuses me so.
Marketing firm Cimarron expands in Asia (via THR) →
”…see film marketing as a $1 billion business across Asia.” Holy schnikes.
…i’ve never stayed close with people i can’t believe in....– Maria Dayum. Profound. Word.
Simultaneous Web/TV use up, says Nielsen (via THR) →
Time to REALLY get in on that off screen relationship. The three of us will work out jussst fine.(Image courtesy of Tim Cohn)
Studios push for video-on-demand (via Variety) →
Constantly rethink distribution. Easy and efficient. Brand the package. Innovate. “Cablers have seen their VOD businesses grow considerably over the last several years…Overall, VOD has grown to 350 million views a month.” Courtesy of javno.com
Creativity arises out of the tension between spontaneity and limitations, the...– Rollo May
'Curb Your Enthusiasm' may return=BEST MONDAY... →
Dude’s a comedy genius.
Oscar advertisers build buzz on Twitter, FB (via... →
Better late than never. I guess. *rolls eyes*
I don’t want to give you up But I...
Carroll and Alice's first film debut →
The first film version of Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland (1903) restored by the BFI National Archive. Cool.
Italian Vogue’s New Targeted Sites: A Catalyst for... →
Vogue Italia went Black and Curvy last week with the launch of two sites dedicated to black and full-figured women respectively. I had no clue. Still separate. Hmph.
Naomi Campbell off the Hook on Assault Accusation... →
Apparently…it pays to be a supermodel. Period.
The writer and the editor ("Overheard" at...
Mike Schur (Writer, The Office) shares an example of a cutting session with one of the show’s editors, Dave Rogers. Mike: You cut that scene? I think we should leave that scene in. Dave: (rolling eyes) Okay Mike: Why did you roll your eyes? Dave: No reason. I mean, I guess you don’t want the show to be funny. Mike: You think we should cut that scene? Dave: Well given the fact...
Viacom and Hulu Part Ways (via NYT) →
Dude. What is the right model? “Their concept of being the ultimate destination for TV shows only works if they can get the content — and the media companies will never let the balance of power over their content shift to a third party.” Ben Elowitz, the chief executive of Wetpaint
Dustin Hoffman set to star in series pilot for HBO... →
Hold up? Dustin Hoffman is 72 years young?! Dayum. TV…MF television is where it is.
Dailymotion signs deal with the Filter (via THR) →
“Video is now the beachhead to content on the Internet…” Pay attention. via seasideinteractive
Men and their Muses (via Hollywood.com) →
I don’t give a hell…it looks visually STUNNING. Alice in Wonderland countdown begins.