Has Back to the Future come to an end?

That is a question that many fans have been asking themselves for a really long time. The Back to the Future franchise craze started in 1985 with the release of the original Back To The Future movie. The science fiction-adventure comedy film not only became the highest-grossing film in 1985 but also became an international […]

The Alien that created careers

Anyone who aspires to make a career in the creative industries, especially in film, knows they need to have their big “break” to get noticed. Well, the Alien franchise may hold the best track record for giving directors their big breaks. Those directors now hold some of the most well known and decorated films under […]

The Association of Talent Agents: A Light in the Dark that is the Entertainment Industry

As far as guilds and unions go in the entertainment industry, it seems that you only really hear about a few of them. During various strikes, organizations such as the Writers Guild of America and the Screen Actors Guild have gained public interest, and therefore have become slightly more familiar to the average American. What […]

From the Famous to the Unknown

Growing up I can remember the day my mom’s best friend Shannon was accepted to be a member of the Screen Actor’s Guild. We were all almost as excited as the time she got the part as an extra in 27 Dresses, the scene she’s in shown below. But even though she is part of […]

News as it happens

The Gulf War began a new type of war journalism. CNN were not only the first 24-hour news channel, but also had 24-hour war journalists. This changed journalism, and started an ever increasing expectation to get news as it happens. This not only reached the American audience, but CNN’s coverage of the war was sent […]

Do you know HBO?

Home box office, also known as HBO, provides a new way of watching shows and movies. HBO operates seven 24-hour networks, including HBO Family, HBO Comedy and HBO Latino, which offers hit movies, boxing and a diverse array of series in Spanish Pay TV subscribers can also watch over 150 hours of the best of […]

The Monopoly in the Home: Television Regulations – 1950’s to Now

There’s a lot to consider when you talk about the world of entertainment and the companies and conglomerates that run the industries that comprise that world. Jennifer Holt’s book, Empires of Entertainment, touches on many of these industries, their major players, and the history of their regulations and rules. One area that’s been all the […]