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 Jim

“An Apocalyptic Love Story” Writer Steve Mallory Talks ‘Superintelligence’

“An Apocalyptic Love Story” Writer Steve Mallory Talks ‘Superintelligence’

We all knew it was bound to happen. Not if, but when… Sentient AI becomes self-aware and plots its path to wipe out humanity. This is the plot of Superintelligence starring Melissa McCarthy (Carol Peters), James Corden (AI), and Bobby Cannavale (George). Screenwriter, Steve Mallory who also wrote Tammy, The Boss, and Life Of The Party […]

 Jim

Actor/Co-writer Mary Holland On Bringing “Happiest Season” To The Screen

Actor/Co-writer Mary Holland On Bringing “Happiest Season” To The Screen

Everybody loves the festive season. Reuniting with family, eating, drinking, and being merry. Not to mention the stress and anxiety that accompanies it. It’s a special time and a special place full of traditions. What if you’re bringing your roommate home to meet the family during Christmas? This is the story of Abby (Kirsten Stewart) […]

 Jim

“Building Inner Power Through Outer Strength” Says ‘Freaky’ Screenwriter Michael Kennedy

“Building Inner Power Through Outer Strength” Says ‘Freaky’ Screenwriter Michael Kennedy

If Friday The 13th, Freaky Friday, and John Hughes could have a child it would be the movie, Freaky. Screenwriter Michael Kennedy, also known for his work on Bordertown, initially pitched his body/ gender-swap film idea for Freaky to director Christopher Landon (Happy Death Day 1 & 2) as “Freaky Friday The 13th” during a lunch. Landon […]

 Jim

David E. Talbert Talks “Jingle Jangle: A Christmas Journey”

David E. Talbert Talks “Jingle Jangle: A Christmas Journey”

Imagine if we could all take a trip to Cobbletown and met Jeronicus Jangle (Forest Whitaker) from Jangles and Things? Now we all can in screenwriter/director David E. Talbert’s holiday live-action film Jingle Jangle: A Christmas Journey. Twenty-two years in gestation, Talbert’s extravaganza has finally found its day. “We need this movie more than ever. People […]

 Brock Swinson

“Obsess Over Characters” Cooper Raiff Talks ‘Shithouse’ 

“Obsess Over Characters” Cooper Raiff Talks ‘Shithouse’ 

When Cooper Raiff wrote his first play for an assignment in high school, he realized he actually knew more than he thought about writing dialogue. “I realized I knew more about how people talk in real life and how that can translate to a play or movie,” he said. “When I got to college, I […]

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