As we enter Star Trek’s fiftieth year, it’s a good time to look back on the early days of the show. Gerald Gurian has recently released a book that does just that: To Boldly Go: Rare Photos from the TOS Soundstage, which gives us a good look at the behind the scenes making of the original show.
In this cool video interview, Deadpool’s soudtrack composer Tom Holkenborg explains he had a very specific vision for the film’s score: use the glorious sounds of the synth to give Ryan Reynolds’ wise-ass character an ‘80s revival canvas on which to paint his mayhem.
Everyone is crazy about The Lego Movie—solid story, nonstop humor, good characters, and absolutely spectacular visuals. It's not surprising, looking at how much work and care these people put inside this film—and how much fun they had making it.
It took 5313 pictures of 57 stencils over untold hours of positioning, measuring, adjusting, and shooting to bring this street sign to life. But the only number you should care about are the next four minutes of mind-melting awesomesauce.
The first Star Wars sequel turns 30 this year, and fans are being treated with J.W. Rinzler's The Making of Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back to celebrate the occasion. These incredible photos alone are worth the $50 price tag.