Content Development General Topics Interactive Technology
Last week, I had the good fortune to attend E3 at the Los Angeles Convention Center. It was a great experience to see all of my favorite developers and companies all in one place, showing off their products and their visions for the future. I thought I would share my thoughts on what I found to be the most compelling exhibits at E3 and why.
Content Development Experimental Film and TV
After much anticipation, Prometheus was finally released in the United States last night. We thought now would be a good time to share the story of Alien, entirely recreated in social media before the release of Facebook Timeline.
Content Development Design and Arts Film and TV Graphics
Collectible lunch boxes have long been a hallmark of successful movie merchandising. However, some films are better suited to carrying children’s lunches than others. Here are some of the lunch box designs from some classic movies that (thankfully) didn’t quite make it past the focus groups.
Film and TV General Topics Inspirations
Halloween is a time for thrills and scares, a time when your heart pounds in your chest and adrenaline pumps through your veins. Here’s a list of 10 films (in no particular order) that should serve to scare the living daylights out of you. Just make sure you don’t watch them all at once.
Film and TV General Topics
In a previous post, I discussed the implications of DC’s “The New 52″ reboot of all of its characters and storylines. The New 52 is certainly an ambitious move, but reboots aren’t just prevalent in the world of comics. Over the last decade, we’ve seen a whole slew of franchises rebooted for films – in this blog post, I’ll take a look at some of those and then look forward at the reboots to come.