We had such a fantastic weekend shooting the teaser for our next project FALL. It's going to be a long road in post production but we couldn't wait to share a few sneak peek images!! Any CG/VFX artists out there that want to lend a hand, hit me up!! Our main man @robenedict absolutely killed it. He brought so much subtleties and despair to the role. Couldn't ask for more! Shot by @dpdenniszanatta and his crew on Sony FS7 with Cooke lenses. It was our first time working together and I was blown away. What a great DP, artist, collaborator and BJJ practitioner! Costume and make up/hair done by @brianna.b.murphy and @kateklein_mua. This dynamic duo was also responsible for our previous project WISH. They are so brilliant at their craft and so generous with their time and talent. They absolutely turned our happy Rob into a totally different person. @minjarr designed our props and costume. He started it all by establishing the tone and feel of our world. It's beautiful and futuristic yet grounded in plausible reality and so utilitarian! @foncostudios hooked us up with the stage and the badass props! We were so amazed by the beautiful Collar and Driver props that @fonhdavis and his team created for us. They looked great in person and even better on screen. Lastly, @elmaj kept the train running on time and did pretty much everything else on set. We couldn't have done it without her!! This is going to be a long ambitious road, stay tuned for more!!
Episode 7 of season 2 @SalvationCBS. Coming up I believe. But be prepared.... this is no cowboy boots and demon-centric shotguns, right? Still ‘large and in charge’, but a wee bit more....polished? But i think her and Ellen would get along just fine💪 💃🏽💪💃🏽. https://t.co/gBrjzsVuAZ— Samantha Ferris (@samanthajferris) August 1, 2018
***New Title Alert 🎧🚨👉: https://t.co/50xADMG9hv ***— LATheatreWorks (@LATheatreWorks) July 30, 2018
Now available for digial download! Winner of the 2013 @PulitzerPrizes for Drama.
By: @ayadakhtar. Cast: @GeoffreyArend, @BehzadDabu, @DhillonHari, Sameerah Luqmaan-Harris, @bigEswallz. Dir by: @briankite pic.twitter.com/EKT1eS86LE
Hi, this is @JensenAckles. You may recognize me from @CW_Supernatural, the longest running sci-fi drama. This year, my family and I including my wife Danneel (@DanneelAckles512), brother-in-law Gino (@ginograul) along with our head brewer Nate (@natethebrewer) realized our longtime dream of running a brewery and opened Family Business Beer Co. (@familybusinessbeerco) just outside of Austin, Texas in Texas Hill Country town of Dripping Springs. My love of brewing started several years ago when Gino and I started making batches of beer in the backyard on the weekends. Follow along today as we show you what it’s like to run a brewery. 🍺 #internationalbeerday #forbestakeover
I got to write a couple episodes of #DCSuperheroGirls and the first episode of the 5th season is out today!— Meghan Amanda (@megfitz89) August 2, 2018
Here's the trailer, featuring a shot from one of my episodes aka I LOVE DAMIEN WAYNE SO MUCHhttps://t.co/Q7S7YsHrmn
Using episode-by-episode IMDB ratings for nearly 1,500 dramas, comedies, and dramadies, The Ringer graphed out the perceived quality of these shows over the course of their runs. What they found was that—regardless of genre—shows generally experience an early incline in quality during which the cast and writers find their footing, then hit a peak around 30 percent of the way through their run, followed by a steep decline in quality before a brief resurgence in the final season.