'I made it to save it from the Terry Gilliams of this world' Filmmakers are usually the most politic of people, loath to criticise each other's work or damn their collaborators with anything other than the most fulsome of ... FULL ARTICLE AT Empire: Movie News & Reviews
Non-Stop, over the weekend leading into the Oscars, became the latest successful action movie starring Liam Neeson , taking in an estimated $30 million, for first place at the North American box office. Neeson, 61, improbably became one of Hollywood’s ... FULL ARTICLE AT Arkansas Online
You may recall that recently producer Joel Silver held court in regards to Terry Gilliam’s unmade adaptation of Watchmen. That version, penned by Sam Hamm, remains a mystery to most, though Silver shared the considerably different ending to the ... FULL ARTICLE AT Cinema Blend
It's safe to say that Zack Snyder is a polarizing director. Snyder is often heralded for the visual imagery that he brings to his films -- it almost feels commonplace now, but when the original "300" was released, its visual ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Huffington Post
300: Rise of an Empire hits theaters this Thursday and writer and producer Zack Snyder is doing the publicity rounds. Earlier today , we brought you his response to Joel Silver's recent comments about Snyder's big screen take on ... FULL ARTICLE AT Comingsoon.net
Joel Silver (born July 14, 1952) is an American Hollywood film producer and inventor of the sport of Ultimate.
Silver grew up in South Orange, New Jersey. He attended Columbia High School in Maplewood, New Jersey and Northfield Mount Hermon School, where he is credited with inventing the sport of Ultimate Frisbee (now known as just "Ultimate"). In 1970, he entered Lafayette College, where he... Full
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