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INK BREAK 04: THE QUIET REVOLUTION OF FAN CREATED WORKS

The ignition point of change is lower than you think. Transformation in thinking tends to smolder beneath the surface a while before bursting into the light. We need to give ourselves permission to shift perceptions and we search for ways to explore the consequences in safety. We do this through

Ink Break 03: Super Women

A tantalizing proposition is wending its way out of the barren desert of female-led superhero films … Ghostbusters … with women! Yes you read that correctly, director Paul Feig (Bridesmaids, The Heat) and writing partner Katie Dippold (The Heat) are penning a script for a reboot of the Ghostbusters franchise

Ink Break 02: Building A Better Monster

Our most powerful stories are fashioned out of the things we fear. We delight in terrorizing ourselves into leaping from chairs with popcorn flying or huddling further beneath blankets with a tattered paperback and a flashlight. Science, horror and fantasy fiction writers reach deep inside the shadowed places of their

Ink Break: Introduction And Bad Romance

Hello, my name is Mary Ogle and I am a professional artist, designer and writer. I was raised on fantasy and science fiction in dusty spaces crammed with well-thumbed paperback books, magazines and comics. I spent hours in the brilliant glow of a flickering TV screen soaking up everything from

‘Avengers’ predicted to have record-setting opening weekend

Entertainment industry insiders already are predicting Marvel’s upcoming “Avengers” film is going to have a huge opening weekend — rivaling the recent blockbuster “The Hunger Games” and maybe even Warner Brothers’ mega-hit “The Dark Knight.” The Hollywood Reporter states “The Avengers,” which is being released on May 4 in the

‘Spock’ vs. ‘Sherlock’ in new pics from ‘Star Trek’ film set

By Ashley Bergner; Box Office Buzz It’s “Spock” vs. “Sherlock” is these pictures from the film set of J.J. Abrams’ highly anticipated sequel to his 2009 “Star Trek” film. The pictures, which were released on www.trekmovie.com, feature actors Zachary Quinto (Spock) and Zoe Saldana (Uhura), as well as Benedict Cumberbatch,

‘Star Trek’ sequel won’t be converted to 3-D until post-production

By Ashley Bergner, Box Office Buzz J.J. Abrams’ highly anticipated sequel to his 2009 “Star Trek” film will be available in 3-D — but it won’t be converted to 3-D until post-production. Adam B. Vary reported on the Entertainment Weekly website Abrams isn’t necessarily a fan of 3-D and wants to shoot the

‘Dark Knight Rises’ plot takes inspiration from current economic crisis?

By Ashley Bergner Much of the plot of Christopher Nolan’s third and final Batman film, “The Dark Knight Rises,” still remains shrouded in mystery, and the recently released trailer teases more than it reveals. Yet in an interview with Entertainment Weekly, Nolan hints the film’s plot could tie in to

‘Hunger Games’ tops poll as most anticipated film of 2012

Source: Entertainment Weekly “The Hunger Games” topped the list of most anticipated films in 2012, according to a recent poll by Entertainment Weekly magazine. About 38 percent of responders said the film, which is slated for release on March 23, is the movie they most want to see next year. Also

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