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Graphically Speaking: An Interview with Kirby Krackle

Seattle WA’s Kirby Krackle is a self-proclaimed “nerd-rock” band.  Their song topics range from specific characters like Wolverine, Mega Man, and Green Lantern to more universal themes of love, destiny, and comics.  Celebrating the release of their third album “Super-Powered Love,” Kirby Krackle recently played this year’s New York Comic Con, where their set featured […]

Posted on December 25, 2011 at 18:28 by Lowell Greenblatt · Permalink · Comments Closed
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Guillermo del Toro: After The Hobbit

An interview with Pan’s Labyrinth and Hobbit director Guillermo del Toro has gone up at Variety, detailing the director’s plans after the J.R.R.Tolkein two-parter. Coming down the pipeline as part of his three-year first look deal with Universal are remakes of Frankenstein, Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde, and Slaughterhouse-Five, with the latter two being more […]

Posted on September 4, 2008 at 09:50 by Gordon@MovieMakeout · Permalink · 2 Comments
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Go, Read: Hello, Dolly songsmith on WALL•E

The Associated Press has a sweet article (and by that I mean “awww” not “SWEET!”) on Hello, Dolly composer Jerry Herman’s reactions to his songs gaining a grand new level of life and meaning in the latest Pixar masterpiece, WALL•E. “My eyes were really wet at both the opening and the closing of the film, […]

Posted on July 3, 2008 at 08:32 by Gordon@MovieMakeout · Permalink · 7 Comments
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Jim Cameron talks the shit out of 3-D filmmaking

Whatever you think of his movies’ stories, Jim Cameron is a master of his craft — an absolute technical genius. Variety has posted a very long interview with the man behind the sixth (not first) biggest money-maker in film history on 3-D, or “stereo,” filmmaking — obviously centered around his highly anticipated 3-D sci fi […]

Posted on April 10, 2008 at 23:36 by Gordon@MovieMakeout · Permalink · Comments Closed
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