An Oklahoma native, Stefanic came to Los Angeles with a degree in Film Production and Studies. A writer by nature, it's the stories behind the events, the people, and the movies that really move him. He enjoys bringing the underbelly of Hollywood to the surface.
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As the events of the Turner Classic Movies 8th annual film festival strolled on, the abundance of appreciation for the pictures being honored and paid tribute to, were mounting on pedestals draped in ivory fascinations and cream colored ideals.
You could feel the love in the air last Friday morning in Hollywood during the second day of the 8th annual Turner Classic Movie Film Festival, when Carl and Rob Reiner, respectively, were commemorated for their myriad and vast array of contributive works to the film industry.
The weather in Los Angeles is perfect for a film festival. Don’t expect anything this time of year, but sunshine, clear skies, and balmy weather. In the realm of festivals, particularly the Turner Classic Movies Film Festival, one shouldn’t expect anything more than an exuberant experience. The line up of pictures and Hollywood celebrity this […]
Aaron Paul is quickly climbing a rhinestone star laden ladder in Hollywood these days. Since his ferocious breakout in the famed AMC TV series Breaking Bad, Paul has accrued more hours on his resume than he must seemingly know what to do with.
Red Carpet is a phrase that is synonymous with the term Hollywood and all the gossip generating verbiage that follows. You simply cannot sojourn anywhere in Los Angeles without seeing some sort of event that carries with it, the ritualistic practice that marries celebrities and sponsors for the plethora of photo ops.
There are few people in Hollywood that know how to break boundaries without upsetting the due diligent, politically correct and mass marketed status quo of cinema today. Tom Hanks, and Tom Tykwer, star and director respectively, are two such people.
The new movie, The 5th Wave from director J. Blakeson (who will certainly need to remain anonymous after this fiasco) unconvincingly puts teenagers against unseen “aliens” who are attempting to take over the world in progressive measures, known as the “waves”.