One of the challenges with writing good science fiction is introducing not only the world itself, but any story background needed to set the stage for what’s to come. In my recent interview with Amazon Studios-optioned Adam Pachter, he mentioned his pet peeve about screenwriters using voiceover to get away with...
In the last installment of Meet the Reader, Ray Morton took screenwriters to task for the lies they tell themselves. In the current installment, he responds to readers' comments and tackles yet more lies.
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If critics can let Michael Bay get away with raping scripts for his Transformers films and allowing them to be passed as mindless entertainment, El Guapo can do the same for Tron.
In the final part of our series on the crossover between SyFy's hit shows Warehouse 13 and Eureka, this week Gray talks to the co-creator and showrunner of Eureka, Jaime Paglia, and the actor who made the crossover, Neil Grayston.
Star Wars Fan Fest, Celebration V, is well underway and the big news of the day was the official word from George Lucas himself that the entire Star Wars series will be released in a Blu-ray box set in 2011.
A long time ago, in a galaxy not that far away, audience members only occasionally had the opportunity to dig more deeply into an expanded universe of a movie. This passage into that world beyond the film is defined by a concept called transmedia.