Entourage is one of my all-time favourite shows and a big screen reunion is something all fans have been dreaming of since the show’s finale four years ago, but even I’m surprised to see the film adaptation for this middling series rubbing shoulders with the year’s biggest summer blockbusters. Continue reading Entourage in the UK
Ever since this once hit-and-miss indie publisher gripped the gaming world with its wonderfully immersive adaptation of The Walking Dead, and became one of the most consistently exceptional and talked about studios in the AAA market, any discussion involving Telltale Games remains focused on what popular licensed property they should tackle next. Continue reading How Telltale Games Plan to Revolutionise Television
“Standing in public in other people’s clothes, pretending to be someone else. It’s a strange way for a grown man to make a living.”
James Gandolfini was always defined by, and will forever be remembered for, his iconic role as Tony Soprano in David Chase’s critically acclaimed HBO series that changed the face of television as we see it today. The late, three-time Emmy award winning actor, with those tremendously sad eyes, painted an authentic, moving and at times chilling portrait of the murderous, yet tortured mob boss in what remains the single greatest and most important performance in modern television history.
Comedy Scribe tells Budding Screenwriters how to get onto TV.
On Thursday 29th March, 7:30pm, Falmouth’s Courtyard Deli will host an informal talk with screenwriter James Henry through their Arts Cafe. With reference to his experiences writing for the Bafta winning Green Wing, Smack the Pony and a variety of children’s television, the evening will provide informative insight into the screenwriting industry.