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- Entertainment·The Daily Beast
Photo Illustration by Luis G. Rendon/The Daily Beast/Getty/EverettLawrence Kasdan has penned some of American cinema’s most popular films of the past four-plus decades, be it Raiders of the Last Ark, Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back, Star Wars: Return of the Jedi, his own Body Heat and The Big Chill, or the more recent Star Wars: The Force Awakens and Solo: A Star Wars Story. Despite also crafting an impressive directorial career over that period, however, the 73-year-old filmmaker has largelyThanks for your feedback!
We speak to the producer who was able to go back and revive Robert Wise's 2001 Directors Edition.Thanks for your feedback!
Robert Blalack Dies: Oscar-Winning ‘Star Wars’ Visual Effects Artist, ‘The Day After’ Emmy Winner & ILM Co-Founder Was 73
Robert Blalack, a towering figure in the world of visual effects, died on Wednesday. His wife Caroline Charron-Blalack confirmed the news to Deadline. He was 73. Blalack said he specialized in “solving the Visual Effects requirements of ‘can’t be done’ Motion Picture productions.” He proved the truth of that statement on his second film project, …Thanks for your feedback!
- Entertainment·The Hollywood Reporter
Robert Blalack, the Industrial Light & Magic co-founder who shared an Oscar for his contribution to the groundbreaking visual effects employed on the original Star Wars, has died. He was 73. Blalack died Wednesday of cancer at his home in Paris, his wife, writer Caroline Charron-Blalack, told The Hollywood Reporter. Blalack also shared an Emmy […]Thanks for your feedback!
J.J. Abrams pays tribute to his visual effects supervisor on "The Force Awakens" and "The Rise of Skywalker," someone who's advanced worldbuilding as much as anyone.Thanks for your feedback!
The 'Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker' visual effects supervisor is one of IndieWire's craftspeople shaping the art of cinema today.Thanks for your feedback!
"Star Wars" luminaries gathered at the Academy Thursday night to tout ILM's industry-changing tech, which looms large on Martin Scorsese's "The Irishman" and Jon Favreau's "The Mandalorian."Thanks for your feedback!
- Entertainment·The Wrap
Did Chloe Dykstra Just Accuse Ex-Boyfriend Chris Hardwick of ‘Long-Term Abuse,’ Career Blacklisting?
Actress and TV personality Chloe Dykstra on Thursday unloaded a long and emotional essay accusing an unnamed ex-boyfriend of “long-term abuse” and career blacklisting. Although she does not name the subject of her essay on Medium, the timing and key details suggest that she is referring to ex-boyfriend Chris Hardwick, the host of AMC’s “Walking Dead” after-shows and Comedy Central’s now-canceled “@Midnight” who built his love of geekdom into a veritable empire through his Nerdist Industries.Thanks for your feedback!
VES Awards: ‘Gravity’ Wins 6 Including Top Prize; ‘Frozen’ Goes 4-For-4; 3 Nods For ‘Game Of Thrones’
The much talked-about visual effects in Alfonso Cuaron’s space thriller dazzled even the pros, as Gravity floated away with six wins at the VES Awards tonight. The pic won in all but one of its categories, including the big prize of Outstanding Visual Effects in a Visual Effects-Driven Feature Motion Picture. Cuaron capped off his film’s big night with the Visual Effects Society’s Visionary Award. Cuaron accepting his honor said briefly, “Finally, visual effects are merging into the whole procesThanks for your feedback!