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Production design, characters, and more come alive in new coffee table book.
Regardless of where you stand on Ghost in the Shell 2017’s story, performances, and overall existence, there’s one thing most of us can agree on — it’s one hell of a visually attractive film. From the character design to the look of the world itself, the various teams and talents behind the scenes succeeded in crafting and creating a high-tech environment infused with aesthetic appeal.
Fans of the film in general and of its visuals in particular will want to check out the new coffee table book from Insight Editions called The Art of Ghost in the Shell.
As they’ve done previously with films as diverse as Krampus, Pan, and The Jungle Book, the book pulls together a treasure trove of sketches, paintings, photographs (both from the film and behind the scenes), and ideas used by the filmmakers to design and build the »
- Rob Hunter
Do you ever want to just say what’s really on your mind and not worry about what others think? On The Real O’Neals we get to see verbal justice served to a mean-mean not funny-mean gay teacher, witness a disgruntled teacher’s angry goodbye to her students after winning one million dollars in the lottery, and watch Pat O’Neal embrace his desire for smoking meat while shirtless in the backyard. And it feels good because they are doing what we have all wanted to do at some time or another—tell people off, do what we want, and not worry about creating
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- Kevin Derkash
Hollywood, CA (February 20th, 2017) YouTube sensation Eric Jacobus (Rope A Dope, Tekken In Real Life) is back in the new martial arts action short "Blindsided"! Blind man and apple pie connoisseur Walter Cooke (Eric Jacobus) ventures to his neighborhood corner store to buy milk and apples. When mafia thugs try to shake down the storeowner (played by action film veteran Roger Yuan, "Jason Bourne"), Walter shows them what a blind martial artist is capable of! After producing Rope-a-Dope, producer Clayton Barber (fight coordinator on Creed and the upcoming Marvel actioner Black Panther), returns to collaborate with Jacobus, this time as director. Another action filmmaker and producer of Korean content, David William No (Matrix Reloaded, Jackie Chan’s Mr. Nice Guy) steps in to produce. Using...
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3 items from 2017
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