Woody Allen: Origins of his Films–How He Conceives and Creates Them?

Woody Allen considers his 1985 feature, The Purple Rose of Cairo, as one of his few films that is “fairly close to what I wanted to do” when he set out to write it.

Flight of the Navigator (1986): Randall Kleiser’s Sci-Fi Adventure

Randall Kleiser, still best known for directing the smash musical Grease, directed this sci-fi adventure, written by Mark H. Baker, Michael Burton and Matt MacManus, and starring David Freeman as a young boy abducted by alien spaceship.

Seventh Victim, The (aka 7th Victim): Classis Horror, Produced by Val Lewton, Directed by Mark Robson

Mark Robson (“Peyton Place”) made a splashy directing debut in this Val Letwon produced horror film–an underestimated noir thriller–starring the young Kim Hunter, in her impressive screen debut, Tom Conway, Jean Brooks, Isabel Jewell and Hugh Beaumont. Written by DeWitt Bodeen and Charles O’Neal, this low-budget RKO production centers on a young woman who discovers […]

Write When You Get Work: New Romantic Comedy from Stacy (My New Gun) Cochran

Stacy Cochran’s romantic comedy starring Emmy-nominee Finn Wittrock (“The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story,” La La Land), Rachel Keller (“Fargo,”) and Emily Mortimer (“Mary Poppins Returns”), follows former lovers Jonny Collins (Wittorck) and Ruth Duffy (Keller), whose paths have crossed again years later.

Star Is Born, A: Soundtrack of Lady Gaga is Huge Success

The soundtrack of A Star Is Born is a huge success, judging by the first five days of sales. It’s expected to debut with more than 200,000 copies sold in its first week, not accounting for streaming.