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7 items from 2014


Christian Kane interview: Angel, The Librarians, Statham

8 December 2014 3:22 AM, PST | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Sarah chats to Angel's Christian Kane about new Syfy show The Librarians, Joss Whedon, Jason Statham and more...

Libraries are a little bit magical, aren’t they? They’re one of the few places you’re still asked to be quiet and reverential; they’re packed full of all sorts of knowledge and stories; and they’re organised due to some kind of arcane system that the average person on the street won’t have a hope of navigating. Okay, so nowadays you can learn pretty much anything you want to know just by firing up Wikipedia, but there’s still something impressive about all those words being housed in one place. In both Buffy The Vampire Slayer and Terry Pratchett’s Discworld, libraries are places for arcane magic to take place.

In a series of TV movies from the early 2000s starring Noah Wyle, librarians are mystical guardians of all kinds of magic. »

- louisamellor

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Mitch Hurwitz Signs Multi-Year Deal With Netflix

23 April 2014 3:06 AM, PDT | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

When Mitch Hurwitz and Netflix first hooked up in 2013 – for new episodes of his award-winning show, Arrested Development – it seemed like the perfect match. Though he started out working for regular TV networks, on series such as The Golden Girls and The John Larroquette Show, those standard broadcasting channels – with all their restrictive regulations – were never able to provide him with the platform he needed to really let his flag fly. Even Arrested Development – the creation for which he is most famous – had to fight to remain seated at the Fox table. Thankfully, those days are gone now that Hurwitz has signed a multi-year deal with the streaming market leader - giving the writer/producer/director the space he needs to fully unfurl his creative wings.

When Arrested Development was cancelled in 2007, it’s highly revered main cast – Jason Bateman, Will Arnett, Tony Hale, Jeffrey Tambor, Alia Shawkat, Michael Cera, »

- Sarah Myles

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FilmLook at 25: Company Evolves From Mimics To Maestros

17 April 2014 10:00 AM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Back in 1989, when videotape was king in TV production and post, filmmaker-engineer Robert A. Faber invented a process called FilmLook — manipulating video to make it appear more like film by mimicking film’s gray scale, contrast, grain and frame rate (24 frames per second instead of video’s 30fps).

“We ran into a lot of opposition,” recalls Faber. “People who were involved in film-shot television thought we were sacrilegious.” But in 1992 the TV Academy recognized FilmLook with a plaque for Achievement in Engineering Development, and the process found a market in TV productions that wanted a cinematic feel.

Today the original FilmLook process is defunct, but the company is changing with the times. “There’s still a perception that the only service we offer is making video look like film, but we’re a full-service post house,” Faber says.

With digital cameras supplanting both film and videotape, Faber sees the 24fps look surviving and thriving. »

- Valentina I. Valentini

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FilmLook at 25: Company Evolves From Mimics To Maestros

17 April 2014 10:00 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Back in 1989, when videotape was king in TV production and post, filmmaker-engineer Robert A. Faber invented a process called FilmLook — manipulating video to make it appear more like film by mimicking film’s gray scale, contrast, grain and frame rate (24 frames per second instead of video’s 30fps).

“We ran into a lot of opposition,” recalls Faber. “People who were involved in film-shot television thought we were sacrilegious.” But in 1992 the TV Academy recognized FilmLook with a plaque for Achievement in Engineering Development, and the process found a market in TV productions that wanted a cinematic feel.

Today the original FilmLook process is defunct, but the company is changing with the times. “There’s still a perception that the only service we offer is making video look like film, but we’re a full-service post house,” Faber says.

With digital cameras supplanting both film and videotape, Faber sees the 24fps look surviving and thriving. »

- Valentina I. Valentini

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TNT greenlights 'The Librarians' franchise as a series with Rebecca Romijn

10 April 2014 11:15 AM, PDT | EW - Inside TV | See recent EW.com - Inside TV news »

TNT has greenlit 10 episodes for a series based on The Librarians franchise, slated to air in late 2014. The TV movies told the story of a group of extra special librarians who live beneath the Metropolitan Public Library in New York and safeguard mystical relics from forces of evil by slapping them with outrageous overdue fees. The plot is a messy stew of Indiana Jones, National Treasure, and Hell Boy …but the product is less than the sum of its parts.

Noah Wyle (Falling Skies, ER) will reprise his role as the big cheese librarian and will also executive produce. Rebecca Romijn will play Eve Baird, »

- JoJo Marshall

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Oscars 2014: Winning screenplay writer credits 'Fresh Prince'

3 March 2014 1:10 AM, PST | EW - Inside TV | See recent EW.com - Inside TV news »

Will Smith probably didn’t know it at the time, but he was helping to develop a future Oscar-winning screenwriter while headlining The Fresh Prince of Bel Air.

Writer John Ridley — who won his first Academy Award on Sunday for adapting 12 Years of Slave — credits his long career as a TV comedy writer for helping him transition successfully to the big screen. Ridley, whose small screen credits include Fresh Prince, Martin, The John Larroquette Show and The Wanda Sykes Show, drew upon Solomon Northup’s autobiography to write the screenplay for the Steve McQueen-directed movie that won best picture Sunday. »

- Lynette Rice

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Almost Human episode 9 review: Unbound

5 February 2014 4:43 AM, PST | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Review Billy Grifter 5 Feb 2014 - 12:22

Gina Carano guest stars in this week's Almost Human, which poses more questions than it answers...

This review contains spoilers.

1.9 Unbound

What with the standard cast costs, Almost Human must have blown its budget substantially this week on guest stars. For starters they introduced the lethal female counterpart to Dorian, the lovely Danica, played by ex-mma fighter Gina Carano, who manages to be all-woman and all-synthetic killing machine in one, and neatly resolves the mystery about what dangerous object is sat in the police evidence locker.

And, if that wasn’t enough - and I’d never suggest to Carano's face it wouldn’t be - they also chucked in the mercurial John Larroquette, as the creator of the Drn series, Dr Nigel Vaughn.

While I’ve no issues with what Gina Carano brought to this story, I do have question marks about John Larroquette. »

- louisamellor

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