by John Bucher (@johnkbucher) The entertainment industry is filled with legends about the process for casting Bill Murray in a film. It’s no secret that the comedic genius is choosy about the stories he agrees to inhabit. So what can we learn about the cinematic choices he’s made? Here are five lessons in storytelling we can... Continue Reading →
by Scott Holleran (@ScottHolleran) The man who created a return to comic form for Bill Murray, writer and director Theodore Melfi talked with me about writing and making his first major movie, St. Vincent (read my review here). The independent hit for The Weinstein Company about a boy and his mother (Melissa McCarthy) and their disagreeable... Continue Reading →
I've never made any horrible, horrible movies. If you don't ruin your reputation, you can always get work.