Vijay Eswaran Celebrates 10 Years of Helpful Silence

It has been a full decade since Vijay Eswaran published his book "In the Sphere of Silence" and the work has proven inspirational to scores of readers over past ten years.


John Textor Continues To Be an Industry Pioneer

John Textor has served as the chairman of Pulse Evolution Corporation’s Board of Directors, where he has also been an active and resourceful person to the CEO as well as the President of this Studio. He is chiefly in charge of special projects, acquisition of rights, strategic partnerships and creating and maintaining good relationships with prominent media corporations.

Will Ryan Gosling Make the Leap to Comic Book Movies?

If there is one actor who can do it all, it might be Ryan Gosling. After appearing in Murder by Numbers and a handful of smaller films, he found stardom after playing the romantic lead in The Notebook. Gosling also tried his hand at action, comedy and drama with roles in The Ides of March, Drive and Crazy, Stupid, Love. The one role he hasn't played is that of a superhero, but according to some recent reports, that might soon change.

DC Head Geoff Johns Leaves The Door Open To Movie/TV Crossovers

DC Comics have always been widely criticized for how complicated the lore can be. With the entire multiverse angle, there being several different earths with different versions of each superhero, etc. It's pretty complicated the more you read.

First Poster For Tim Burton's “Big Eyes” Released

Tim Burton's new film, “Big Eyes” has it's first poster. The image, which you can see above, is Margaret Keane's most famous painting. Also featuring her signature style, of creating people with oversized eyes.

Margaret Keane is also famous because of several feuds with her husband, who tried to take credit for the work in the 60s.

Rob Riggle Is The Greatest Possible Casting Choice For The Dead Rising Movie

Anybody who has played Dead Rising will know that the series is a zombie comedy. It's all about blood and guts...and funny stuff. So of course they had to cast a brilliant comedic actor. They've done just that in the form of Daily Show correspondent Rob Riggle.

The best part is that he definitely looks the part too. The guy is the spitting image of Frank West, from the series' first entry.

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