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The thriller film turned into the first to break the $100 million target at the U.S. film industry, toppling records set by "The Exorcist" and "The Godfather". Towards the end of its first week, "Jaws" had just recovered a lot of its production budget, and Hollywood studios and movie producers observed. Taking the movie, The Grand Budapest Hotel as another case of director's
Possibly the two most intense fan-bases in existence are Star Wars and Harry Potter. George Lucas released his sci-fi action movie, Star Wars, on May 25, 1977. Thirty-eight years later and the force is still with us. Star Wars is just as popular today is it was when it came out, and a new Star Wars movie will be released in December 2015. J.K. Rowling published her first Harry Potter novel, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone on June 30, 1997 and the first movie came out on November 4, 2001.
Due to the huge amount of layoffs taking place, the monthly income of families were dropping causing for dramatic cutbacks in consumer spending. November 2008 Americans began cutting back on credit card purchases and saving every dollar possible. Retail stores began to feel the impact this had as November brought in the lowest number of sales in the last 30 years.
Fox; A Silent Era Mogul The invention of cinema was an international contribution that took years of discoveries and inventions to develop. An accumulation of creativity, innovation and monetary desire started the film industry in the early 19th Century, and is what maintains it’s thriving success in the 21st. Many people had significant impacts on the development of cinema, one of them William Fox. Fox, along with multiple other executives, helped to create the basic structure of Hollywood’s studio system during the 1910s (textbook), a foundational impact on today’s industry as we know it. William Fox, the founder of Fox Films, was born Wilhelm Fried in Tulchva, Hungary on the 1st of January 1879, and was a man of boundless visionary inventiveness
Introduction Hollywood is known as the famous film industry that produces several films and TV shows but overall media. Media has been around for years and is there for us humans as a form of entertainment. It’s a platform for talented actors and actresses in which they can do what they love as a job. The actors and actresses that perform for us have quite a big impact. They affect the way we feel during a certain scene and make the film more believable for the audience.
With success seeming to hold, TV executives have ordered more reboots. Shows like “All in the Family,” “The Honeymooners,” “Good Times” and “The Jeffersons” are all expected to come back to the small screen in some way. Networks, cable channels and even live stream venues are all looking for ways to attract viewers. Material already familiar to fans is a great way to create interest for an already crowded
Tuesday, October 29 is the day that the Great Depression began with the crash of the stock market. On this day and the months after, billions of dollars were completely gone and sent the financial well being of the entire country in a downward spiral. Investors were left with nothing and the confidence of consumer spending dwindled. This however, was only the start to this long financial crisis. Following the stock market crash, the threat of losing money stored in financial institutions caused an alarm among the citizens.