Paramount and Bad Robot give iTunes another exclusive Star Trek commentar–– ah, fuck it https://t.co/922MI4pxAb
[Editor’s Note: Be sure to follow us on Twitter @thedigitalbits @BillHuntBits and on Facebook here and here. And you can help support The Bits by pre-ordering Blu-rays and other items from Amazon through this link.]
Here at The Bits this afternoon, I’ve just turned in a new regular Blu-ray review of Disney’s The Finest Hours, which streets next Tuesday (5/24). It’s a better film that I expected, even if it’s still pretty standard for Disney live-action dramatic fare, but the disc itself is rather bare extras-wise. Anyway, do give it a look. [Read on here…]
What began as an idea in the Middle East transformed into a visual story on the big screen. Oblivion took shape inside the mind of director Joe Kosinski, leaped onto the pages of a graphic novel and ended up as a science-fiction movie with Tom Cruise.
THE BIRTH OF OBLIVION
“It came at a time where I was having trouble getting my foot in the door in the commercial music video business,” said Kosinski. Out of frustration, he wrote the story of a man digging into the past, our present, to find his humanity. “I had this idea of what would it be like to be the last man on Earth, to be kind of the one looking back at the world we know,” he said. […]