“You Saw the Bronco, but You Weren’t in the Bronco”

by Ross Via


Ryan Murphy, creator of American Horror Story and Glee, has forged another show from the depths of his creative mind to collect the interests of viewers amongst a vast bulk of generations, old and new. The show is set to focus on the trial of O. J. Simpson, and the personal stories of the jury members that remained unknown until now. Continue reading ““You Saw the Bronco, but You Weren’t in the Bronco””


Star Wars: The Force Revisited

By Eliane Volk

Star Wars: The Force Awakens has broken box office records due to huge interest in the series, bringing $758.2 within the first 20 days of opening around the New Year domestically, which beats the record of $730.4 from Episode 1: The Phantom Menace in the franchise.
“I am a big fan of the old movies, but I like how the new movie introduces new characters and set the stage for a new trilogy.” -Jack Silvestri. As the seventh movie in the main Star Wars series, there was much anticipation for its release from fans of Star Wars. Star Wars is a six film series that was first released in May 1977. Since then, three trilogy’s have formed, alongside television series, video games, and theme parks, such as Star Tours.
The Walt Disney Company announced three new Star Wars movies in 2012, the first film of those three being Star Wars: The Force Awakens, which has proven to be a huge success since its release on December 18, 2015. This installment includes some original actors, such as Harrison Ford as Han Solo, Mark Hamill as Luke Skywalker, Carrie Fisher as Princess Leia, Ewan McGregor’s and Alec Guinness’ voices for Obi-Wan Kenobi, Tim Rose as the Ackbar, amongst many others.
The popularity of Star Wars: The Force Awakens has risen since its recent release in the U.S., and continues to prosper worldwide. As of January 10, 2016, it is recognized that Star Wars: The Force Awakens is the #3 movie of all time worldwide, and domestically it is the first movie to ever pass $800 million, as stated by
Disney has also recently released that they are building 14-acre “Star Wars land” at both the Orlando and Anaheim locations. The two main attractions at these locations will be Millennium Falcon secret mission, and an experience of battle between the First Order and the resistance. About 14 percent of Disneyland’s attractions will be closed for the construction of this project, and a completion date has not yet been provided.



“Star Wars: The Force Awakens” Awakens fans 

by Brandon Espinoza 
The new “Star Wars” film, “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” has broken numerous 

records with 529 million made opening weekend. The all new movie follows the original Star Wars trilogy from 1978. Many of the original cast members reprise their roles along with some new characters in the Star Wars universe. The film mainly focuses on finding the missing Luke Skywalker, and the new threat from the evil Kylo Ren. The film grossed 1 billion dollars in 12 days, breaking “Jurassic World” record of reaching one billion in 13 days. The film also is now the biggest Disney national opening and highest grossing Disney film, surpassing “The Avengers”. The highly anticipated film was met with rave reviews, some saying it was “the best “Star Wars” film to date”. The critics rated the film positively because of the similarity to the original three, with at the same time creating a new generation of Star Wars characters and exciting storyline. Disney is currently in the process of making a sequel and eventually a third movie, creating the newest “Star Wars” trilogy. The original 3 films and even the 3 prequels have all won an Oscar in their perspective years. Star Wars Episode VIII will be hitting theaters nationwide in spring 2018. 

35mm Film: A Dying Art Form

the-hateful-eight-posterby Miranda Tuttle

A decreasing number of Hollywood productions are now shot on real physical film. With the recent jump in digital developments, many filmmakers and studios support the advantages of handling digital film. Even with the pros of digital, no filmmaker can deny that there is something inexplicably magical about film. Quentin Tarantino’s new movie, The Hateful Eight is an endeavor to bring classic film back to the big screen.

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Under the sea

by Emma McEvoy

Chloë Grace Moretz is ready to be part of that world, as she will star in Universal’s live action rendition of, The Little Mermaid.

taken by Emma McEvoy

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