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House of the Dragon Episode 7’s Lighting Problem Did a Disservice to the Acting

Editor’s note: The below contains mild spoilers for Episode 7 of House of the Dragon.After episodes that packed many stunning visuals that we could actually see in all their glory, the most recent episode of House of the Dragon, “Driftmark,” was a major step down in quality when it came to visibility. For many who […]

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The Rings Of Power Needed Non-Existent Camera Tech To Capture Its VFX Shots

Five episodes into its debut season, it’s clear that “Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power” is one of the best-looking shows on television right now. Whether or not you like its musical harfoot interludes and “Game of Thrones“-esque plot machinations, its striking — and strikingly expensive — visuals are pretty undeniable.The main observation […]

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Warner Bros Discovery puts focus on franchises

Gerhard Zeiler suggests spin-offs will take precedence over originations.Warner Bros Discovery’s international chief Gerhard Zeiler has highlighted growing franchises around its established content brands as a “key task” for success.Speaking at the Rts Convention in London, Zeiler said Wbd’s priority is to “develop more” within brands such as Game Of Thrones, Harry Potter and the […]

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How Lena Dunham Found ‘Unmitigated Joy’ with Her ‘Catherine Called Birdy’

After years as one of the most polarizing figures in entertainment, Lena Dunham is finally taking the win.Her fourth feature film, the Medieval-set teen comedy “Catherine Called Birdy,” has enjoyed nearly universal praise from critics. She puts all doubts to bed with her latest, an adaptation of Karen Cushman’s YA novel, one of Dunham’s favorite […]

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The Lord Of The Rings: The Rings Of Power Brings A ‘Great Wave’ Of Doom Over A Scattershot Episode

Ensemble shows like “The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power” tend to come with a built-in disadvantage compared to smaller stories with less sprawling casts. With so many characters and only so much narrative real estate to go around, J.R.R. Tolkien adaptations have always had their work cut out for them.Director Peter Jackson navigated around […]

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