What is Movie News After Dark? As per usual, it’s a nightly movie news column that finds a way to get a little silly on Monday nights. It’s mostly weekend hangover related, but also a product of its own environment. On weekend, it plays a clown in a traveling circus. It lives a diverse life like that.
Until this morning — and thanks to Laughing Squid — I was completely unaware of the existence of a book called The Art of Pixar by Amid Amidi, which features visual development art and color scripts from every Pixar animated film to date. But now, goddamnit, I want it.
Over at Movies.com, Jette Kernion explores Crowdfunding 101: What It Is and How Should You Use It, talking about services like KickStarter and their role in the future of independent film. It’s a very good read, even if you’re not looking to self-finance a movie about your three cats and their lurid late night activities.
According to their recent earnings report, Netflix is bleeding out its user base. Perhaps this has something to do with their spontaneously combusting business model and their flip-floppy public strategies. Or maybe they should just stop raising prices. Either way, people are leaving and they’ve got some work to do.
Community is planning a musical Christmas themed episode. This makes every cell in my body smile. If it doesn’t do the same for you, you should probably go have some tests run. Because cancer is likely killing the cells in your body.
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