FINDING STEVE McQUEEN: Mark Steven Johnson on Identity and Layered Characters

by John Bucher (@johnkbucher) Mark Steven Johnson has written successful stories ranging from Grumpy Old Men to superhero fare such as Daredevil and Ghost Rider. With his newest project, he’s stepped behind the lens to direct Finding Steve McQueen, the true story of a gang of Ohio bank robbers that attempted to steal $30 million from President Richard Nixon’s secret… Continue Reading →

Writer/Director Shawn Linden Discusses His New Dark Fairy Tale, HUNTER HUNTER

by John Bucher (@johnkbucher) Hunter Hunter is the story of a man and his family living in the wilderness as fur trappers when their way of life, and very existence, become threatened by the return of a rogue wolf. Writer/director Shawn Linden, who has penned scripts for television projects including In Plain Sight and The Fixer, returns to the director’s… Continue Reading →

Ron Howard Shares What Drew Him to HILLBILLY ELEGY

by John Bucher (@johnkbucher) Ron Howard is one of this generation’s most acclaimed directors. The Academy Award winner has helmed some of the most successful films in history, including Apollo 13, Backdraft, Parenthood, Cinderella Man, and The DaVinci Code. Based on true events, his latest film explores the trials of a family struggling with drug addiction and poverty through the… Continue Reading →

Central Park: Loren Bouchard on Going Beyond Bob’s Burgers

by John Bucher (@johnkbucher) Emmy-Award winning animator, writer and producer Loren Bouchard has created cult-classic TV shows such as Home Movies and Lucy, Daughter of the Devil. However, he became a pop culture icon with his creation of an animated series about a blue-collar family named the Belchers that run a hamburger restaurant. Bob’s Burgers has captivated audiences around the… Continue Reading →

TRUE HISTORY OF THE KELLY GANG: A Conversation with Justin Kurzel

by John Bucher (@johnkbucher) Justin Kurzel has made a career telling stories from the darker corners of life. From his debut feature The Snowtown Murders to Macbeth to Assassin’s Creed, his work has explored the human condition through notorious figures, often of ill repute. In doing so, he’s attracted talent such as Michael Fassbender, Marion Cotillard, and Russell Crowe to… Continue Reading →

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