How do actors and actresses work out how many films they can star in each year?

This is a problem that most actors would dream of having. The majority of actors in Hollywood (if we limit our discussion to that part of the industry) spend most of their time looking for roles or waiting to hear from their agents about roles. Most rarely work more than once or twice in a calendar

What are movies similar to Troy or 300?

There are many movies similar to Troy and 300: Films with a historical, yet inaccurate, theme based on ancient Greek legends and myths.Here are a few of my favorites, taken from these two incredible articles from itcher Mag -

What are the most epic shots from movies?

For me, a lot of the greatest moments in cinema are subtle. But not all of them. Some are just overwhelmingly gorgeous, some

What's the most underrated film of 2016?

I'm gonna look at the biggest flops and see if any of them deserved better... We have -Zoolander 213 Hours: The secret story of BenghaziGods of EgyptPride and Prejudice and ZombiesCriminalThe huntsman: Winter's war-Nah - they all deserved to flop. I'd say that Pride and Prejudice

Do all famous actors/actresses work overtime?

Screen Actor Guild contracts have very specific penalties about using the actor for overtime, with the entire day rate going to time-and-a-half if the day is not over on time. So an actor getting $1,000 a day must be paid $1,500 for that whole day if the filming goes over by fifteen minutes.Supposedly.

How do actors and actresses work out how many films they can star in each year?

This is a problem that most actors would dream of having. The majority of actors in Hollywood (if we limit our discussion to that part of the industry) spend most of their time looking for roles or waiting to hear from their agents about roles.

How does an actor or actress successfully direct a film they are also starring in?

When I made my movie 'Pusher', I wrote, played the lead and directed it too. To be honest I had some producing duties too. The thing is this. Most actors do acting classes. These are a great opportunity to practise with your peers and then get publicly critiqued on the work. Usually

In movie and/or TV credits, what is the difference between producer, executive producer and co-producer?

Producing it is very the title as the people who receive it. Executive producer can be the person who arranges financing. However executive producer can also be the person who takes the project from pitch to completion and somewhere along the line guess the film financed with the help

In Sunset Boulevard, Norma Desmond is deluded into thinking the studio wants her back when they don't. Was this a typical fate for actors of the early Hollywood era, and if so why couldn't they get work later on?

With few exceptions, there were not good parts written for aging actesses. If they wanted to keep working they had to take a supporting part as the grandmother or wise older friend. These parts could be really good or they could be very minor. And, if course, there were the horror stories with

What actor's/actress' film debut was an indicator that they were going to be a major acting talent?

Angela LansburyShe was nominated for best supporting actress in her first two movies! - Gaslight and The Picture of Dorian Gray (1945 version). She concentrated more on the stage than in movies. She was nominated for the best featured or lead actress Tony 8 times winning 6.

What are movies similar to Troy or 300?

There are many movies similar to Troy and 300: Films with a historical, yet inaccurate, theme based on ancient Greek legends and myths.Here are a few of my favorites, taken from these two incredible articles from itcher Mag - The Entertainment Recommendations Magazine.Troy:

What are some common misconceptions about physics portrayed in movies?

Question: What are some common misconceptions about physics portrayed in movies?Answer: This sort of question always opens up scope for writing a book, but it's a good way for people who haven't studied basic physics to learn.Pretty much everything you see in the Star

What are some things filmmakers know but most people don't?

The movie is not what exists on the screen; the movie is what exists in the mind of the viewer as a result of the audio/visual input. And that movie changes with every person and every viewing.This is something you realize when you watch the same film projected multiple times to different audiences

What do the different producer credits on a film (Executive Producer, Producer, Co-producer, Associate Producer, etc.) generally mean?

Typically they are the boss of a team of producers as well as have a greater degree of ownership or authority... such as a financial stake in the funding of a project, or executive powers which include a greater degree of fundemental control such as the ability to cancel projects, make transformative decisions, negotiate control etc.The

What is it like to work with Arnold Schwarzenegger?

I worked with him on the development of a couple of projects, Eraser and a movie he never ended up doing. He was usually warm and gregarious, didn't take himself too seriously and a real charmer.  Always trying to be funny and usually was. A typical Leo with charisma to spare -

What is the difference between executive producer and producer in movies?

One of the major differences between a producer and an executive producer in the completion of a film project is in how the money is handled by each. The executive producer, much like top executives in the business world, is responsible for initiating the movie production process by securing the necessary funding to

Who are two movie stars you would love to see in a film together and why?

Jack Nicholson and Leonardo Dicaprio. As father and son. Because they look alike. The only difference is, Jack is older.Natalie Portman and Keira Knightley look just alike too. And both are petite. They could pass as sisters. I would like to see them in a movie as

Who is the greatest movie director in the world and why?

The title of greatest director, should go to directors that have a track record of making the greatest of movies. I do not believe it should necessarily go to the one with the greatest artistic abilities or even, ironically, direction, but someone that has a

Why do people enjoy being afraid in a movie?

There is a huge difference between being in the audience for a scary movie and being in real danger, but the biochemistry of both is similar with changes to hormone levels triggering increased heart rate and breathing. There is also the rush we

Why do people shoot with film when it's easy to edit a digital photo to look like a film photo?

People still shoot on film because they get slightly more dynamic range, and unique color characteristics. Even an Arri Alexa, while coming close, still doesn't match the capability of film.A common thread I hear from people who shoot with film is