Friday, October 17, 2008

Out of the Fog

Just who are these people?

As you may have guessed from the relatively scant number of posts on FXRant over the past few months, I've been knee-deep in work. After seven hard months, I've finally completed a huge project for which I'm extremely proud. Unfortunately, we all have to wait eight long months to talk about it.

The good news is that I'm taking some time off before starting a new project, and in the meantime I'll be prepping some really cool articles to publish. So sit tight-- good stuff is coming soon. I received a lot of great, positive feedback from the "Dark Knight"/"Shining" articles, so look forward to more articles in that vein. We'll hand out some more Camera Shake Citations, and induct shots into the Depth Of Field Hall Of Shame (an upcoming feature), talk about how Movie Marketing is Hard, and much more.

And on a completely unrelated topic, here are two interesting articles about J.J. Abrams' upcoming film, "Star Trek," coming to theaters in May 2009.
"Star Trek:" New Movie, New Vision
Director J.J. Abrams has set a course to make the Enterprise cool again; here's the inside scoop on his surprising, idealistic odyssey, which may end up with Kirk and Co. driving next summer's box office juggernaut

Entertainment Weekly's "Star Trek" Photo Gallery


Daniel Broadway said...

As you may have guessed, Todd, I'm super stoked about this. I'm a Trekkie for life.

I can't wait to see your work. Hopefully a couple of your shots will be in the trailer next month. you'll have to tell me which ones you did.

Anonymous said...

Very excited for this film. Have it from the horses mouth that it's very good and your work is spectacular, congratulations.

Hope you have a good break, sound like you earned it.

Estoye said...

I'm more of a JJ Abrams fan than a Star Trek fan, but I'm still excited to get his take on the franchise.

And welcome back.

Andrew Sibulsky said...

I take it work is done on the film, and it's just being held in some super-secure vault at Paramount?

If so, who wants to try and break in with me? I want to see some ILM awesomeness, with a good movie and sweet Michael Giacchino score...

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