By Johnny Russo It all begins with a quarter inch. Drawings on a piece of paper start the process of constructing the set for the biggest award show on the planet. Long time set designer Joe Celli begins this famous process every October.Continue reading
By Melissa Unger If you need a fake baby or a severed head, then Matt Corrigan is your man. Corrigan is a practical special effects artist whose credits include such films as “Shutter Island” and “I Am Legend.”Continue reading
By Valencia Wicker The red carpet will be full of glitz and glam on Oscar night. And the after party is no different! Celebrity food guru Wolfgang Puck wraps up the night with scrumptious food to die for.Continue reading
By Jillian Leff In the heart of Los Angeles is the “it” channel for entertainment, E! NETWORK. And in the middle of it all is one of the industry’s most powerful women. Senior Segment Producer Claudia Cagan is one of four people in charge of content at E! News, Daily 10, and special programming.Continue reading
By Johnny Russo At 3:15 in the morning most people are still sleeping, but for Bonnie Tiegel her day is just beginning.Continue reading
By Brett Connolly Deep within the Universal Studios lies a bungalow where behind the scenes movie magic happens. Producer Mark Morgan has had some hard work deciding what the next blockbuster will be.Continue reading
By Brett Connolly
The television industry has been taking an economic hit. So the creators of the Academy Awards decided to think out of the box to drive up the show’s viewers’ numbers. They are taking some big chances with the number of nominees and hosts.
By Jillian Leff
Brooke Anderson is a southern belle slowly taking over Los Angeles with her entertainment coverage as the host of “Showbiz Tonight” on CNN. Growing up in Georgia, things were very different than the fast paced Hollywood life she lives now.
By Justine Frostad
Film producer Roy Lee is committed to finding unique stories to share with his audience.
“I just wanted to get a new lease on life,” Lee said about transitioning from a career as a lawyer to a film producer.
By Valencia Wicker
Oscar night is all about the films. There are the strong lines and outstanding actors. However, public relations is the driving force of film making.