Author Alex Leptos interviewed many different people at big film companies about the issue of too many white people in Hollywood movies, and he says that, “Another thing is the issue of modern Hollywood fearing that casting a lesser-known, non-white actor may attract less viewers and therefore bring less profit.”(Leptos) This quote means that if you put lesser known actors in a movie it may now get as much viewership. So they sometimes cast them because known white people are gonna to get more viewership than a not-known colored person. This means that the film company will get more money if they cast a well known actor. For example, in the film, Ghost in the Shell, Scarlett Johansson got the part instead of a Japanese actor. The situation made lots of headlines, leading to more publicity for the movie, and they have Scarlett Johansson, who is a very well respected actor, which people may go see the movie just because she is in it.
The 1950s was not only a time of a growing threat of communism and the fear of nuclear war, but it was also a time of increasing satisfaction in the latest consumer product: the television. TVs captivated the American public to the point where books were being forgotten about. Though books were still being bought and sold, some never made it to the shelf because of the growing amount of government censorship. The government not only censored books, but they also censored movies, content on radios, and other creative works. This censorship controlled what the American public read, watched, and heard, which in turn limited the information available to the public.
It has great directing skills, terrific music, superb cinematography and great actors. From the camera angles to the set design, everything is calculated to make the viewer feel superior to the cloddish. It is entertaining, has some perfectly shot sequences and is overall a solid thriller that is no waste of time. I think this movie is suitable for teens and up and advise all movie lovers to watch it as it teaches you that money can’t buy happiness and whoever doesn’t follow the right path will end up living
West’s novel is a response to the Depression that hit the United States after the stock market crash and the period which continued in the decade that followed. Hoping to find the American Dream, his characters come to Hollywood. They are in search of riches, fame and a happy ever after. However, they do not achieve anything, since they are chewed up and spit out by the system. (Turkel, 2012) Throughout his work, West actually portrays the failure of the American Dream by showing that the main characters cannot find what they came looking for, they are the objects of Hollywood.
In an interview with the playwright Tracy Letts, conducted by “Creative Screenwriting Magazine”, the playwright was asked about his adaptation of the play “August: Osage County” for the silver screen. When asked about the difficulties of adapting this play for the screen he replied by saying that “It was just a matter of sacrificing some depth out in the margins of the piece… But, there’s a reason for the phrase “cut to the chase.” That phrase originates from the movies. Because movies engage an audience differently, they rarely have the patience that we were allowed in the theatre.” In a film, it is often better to leave out some elements completely rather than introduce them without any subsequent
Than Verbinski moved on from music video directing to commercial directing. That was also short lived because he started to make his first movie Mouse Hunt. Verbinski from here grows and finally becomes this top ranked directors in several articles about good directors. Verbinski works with multiple genre and have a some piece of object in the movie. His movies are all mostly on adventure with a spark of action in between his adventure movies.
Vito Corleone, the eldest Corleone family in The Godfather, because of his failed experiments in recent years. They chose Lawrence Olivier and Edward Robinson for the role, but director Francis Ford Coppola insisted on playing one of the most important roles in the American cinema. Brando insisted on not keeping the role in the Godfather film, and followed another technique that made his performance more spontaneous. He wrote the scene dialogue on a piece of paper and placed it next to the camera to read it while filming, in a way closer to the method used on television. That method makes the viewer feel that the actor does not repeat the words that he/she memorized.
It is an art movement that started in the mid-1950s in Britain and the late 1950s in the United States. It was a time that was optimism and post war economic had a huge consumer boom. New products are hitting the shelves, advertising and magazine told people what to buy and made them want to buy it. Movie stars fill the movie screen, giving rise to the celebrity culture and the youth fought for freedom. Many people were unable to voice opinions and feelings, the passion of the post war era was reflected through art.
It will also depend on the writer’s material if it will require a famous actor or not. As a director, the way Mr. Rhandy G. Reyes sees success in a film is when he gets to achieve its financial and artistic satisfaction. He said that if it only satisfies its artistic aspect but it did not attract more viewers, the producer might not produce a film with you anymore. In connection to this, he explained that if there are famous actors starring in this particular film, there will be instant viewers because of the fan base the actors already have. Yet, he is concerned that most of the movies nowadays are talked about because of those celebrities, not because of the content or the message that movie wants to
According to Chandler, writers today have a poor knowledge of the society in which we live. Readers today will not care about the details that makes the story realistic, readers do not care about life as the characters live. Instead, readers are more interested in the difficult murders. So, to make fiction more interesting, the authors have to build stories on more detailed murder stories. If books continue to be of the same poor quality and cannot be measured with the elderly, it will in turn cause fewer to read books, both young and