Butch Hartman, the creator of The Fairly Oddparents and Danny Phantom, talks about what inspired him to create these shows and how he keeps them fresh.
Author Daniel Handler (aka Lemony Snicket) on the difficulty of adapting A Series of Unfortunate Events into a Netflix show
Blast Magazine sits down with Daniel Handler, aka Lemony Snicket, to talk about the challenges of formatting a story for new mediums.
An interview with director Roger Michell about his new film, My Cousin Rachel.
Aaron Alcouloumre doesn’t believe in limiting himself.
From the Bahamas in the 18th century to Los Angeles in a near-dystopian future, actor Sean Cameron Michael has seen it all. Since beginning his career in South African theater as a child, Michael has had the op...
Composer Michael Kramer has worked relentlessly to ensure his place among the top composers in Hollywood.
For most people, the idea of owning a prop from a beloved movie is simply a dream. For Desi DosSantos, it’s part of his daily routine.
Last weekend, admirers of Wonder Woman got together to celebrate all things Diana Prince at the annual Wondercon convention in Anaheim, California.
With a career spanning more than 20 years, actor Chin Han has continued to reap the rewards that can arise from hard work and commitment to your craft. Since beginning his career on the Singapore television dra...
Steve Aoki crushed it at his recent show in Oakland, CA, showing why he remains a dominant force in putting a show for his crowd.
Learning how to orchestrate a giant monster: Composer Henry Jackman talks about working on Kong: Skull Island
Since he was a child, music has always been essential to composer Henry Jackman’s identity. From his early classical training to his exploration of electronic music production to his experiences working with Ha...
The availability and uptake of technology has a huge impact on our everyday lives. The advent of television in the 1940s changed how we consume information and what people did for entertainment. Over 70 years o...
The concept of a monster movie has existed for as long as any moviegoer can remember, making it a difficult genre to improve upon. However, sometimes the best way to attract an audience is not to follow in the ...
Monsters, zombies, and aliens abound on the newest sci-fi network, Comet TV!
You can pretend your life is a show about nothing with thanks to a miniature set replica of Jerry's apartment from Seinfeld.