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Producer Jerry Bruckheimer did every Disney fan a favor when he recently tweeted the first image from the set of The Lone Ranger. It gives us our first glance at Johnny Depp as Tonto and Armie Hammer as the Lone … Continue reading
Jill Ohanneson, costume designer for ABC’s hit show Revenge, takes us with her for a day as she goes clothes shopping for the show! I love that sort of inside baseball about how our entertainment is made. I hope ABC … Continue reading
Last week we learned of a shake-up in the marketing department for Walt Disney Pictures. They brought in a Hollywood outsider to take over a struggling department, but ultimately she was too far outside the club to be accepted by … Continue reading
When I lived in Southern California, the theme park I visited the second most often was Universal Studios Hollywood. I lived within walking distance and would often find myself on the Backlot Tram or watching Waterworld when the thought of … Continue reading