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Monthly Archives: April 2017

Information of Hollywood Film Genres

As the film industry grew, studios realized that they could target individual segments of the viewing public. These segments could be based on interest, age, current events; well, just about anything. Providing the public with something they previously enjoyed and recognized as having similar characters, storylines, and settings was a recipe for success. The actors themselves play a major role in this way of doing business. An audience knew W.C. Fields would be funny, that Joan Crawford was dramatically excellent, and that Fred Astaire would musically entertain them.

If a studio produced a movie that was loved by the audience that had seen it, you could now be sure there would be additional follow-up films with a similar, or even the same, theme. As these pictures were produced, they automatically created their own little corners of the film world. These corners would become the individual film genres. Comedy, Drama, Action and Adventure, Musicals, Film Noir, Mystery and Suspense, Horror, Science Fiction, Westerns, and more, all grew into the film genres as we know them today.

These genres also produced sub-genres. For example, Comedy could be broken down into screwball comedies, action comedies, buddy comedies, etc. Hollywood was refining the art of storytelling and continually working to improve their formulas for getting your interest and keeping it.

Audiences loved the development of the film genre with everyone having their own favorites. They also began to learn some unwritten rules regarding genres. If watching a horror film and in the film a character is alone in a house while it is dark and raining…don’t go into the basement or the attic, it won’t end up well. In a war picture, never climb to the top of a tree for a better view…you will be shot. Do you hear strange noises coming from the next room while a murderer is at large in your area…don’t walk blindly into the dark room, put the lights on. And never, ever check into the Bates Motel.

Regarding Living In Hollywood

The Hollywood Sign is Cool

The Hollywood sign is undoubtedly one of the most important staples in LA, and why shouldn’t it be. It’s a glorified billboard and you can’t view it through the smog half the time. The Hollywood sign is actually amazing up until the very first time your car breaks down and the second time you break up with your actress partner. Long story short, the nostalgia of the Hollywood sign wears off when the reality of exactly what lies beneath, not the dreams it embodies, hits you square in the face.

What Type of Automobile You Drive is Vital

If by “vital” you really mean overblown, then absolutely. A vehicle in Los Angeles is not truly an automobile, it is an ensemble. You are going to spend so much time sitting in traffic gazing at other’s automobiles, it is a glorified fashion show regardless of where you are. If you are new to Los Angeles, what kind of automobile you drive is about as essential as rehearsing your Oscar speech or apartment hunting on Ocean Avenue. In case you happen to be all set for life in Hollywood, you’re going to concentrate on more valuable things, like rent, food, as well as LED TV.

Scriptwriter

Breaking into Hollywood screenwriting is not easy. The already well-established, seasoned, Hollywood scriptwriter may fend off others attempts to come aboard. It is essential to get your foot in the door before it is slammed shut. In order to do this, you could follow any one or a combination of several of the options mentioned below:

– Participate in the most prestigious scriptwriting contests held regularly. By doing this you can ensure important people will read your film scripts. If you can make a mark on them and win an award, rest assured that your work will gain due recognition. Future projects may be handed over to you, giving you the much-needed break.

– It is difficult for a writer headed for Hollywood to enter the inner, often closed circle without a personal introduction. A Hollywood scriptwriter begins to build a network of contacts even while his script is in progress. The right connections in the right places are a passport to a spiraling writing career in Hollywood.

– Hire a literary agent who knows important people and the functioning of the Hollywood film industry. He will know which strings to pull and when to help sell your screenplay.

– You could post your script on websites frequented by people in the trade. If your idea clicks with them, there is no telling where you may go!

– Prepare a script that is exemplary and polish it till it glitters. Then submit it for approval to a website, competition, or literary agent. Work as though it was your last chance to be hailed as a brilliant Hollywood screenwriter.

Disney Hollywood Studios

There are altogether six themed areas in Disney’s Hollywood Studios, and they include Hollywood Boulevard, Echo Lake, Streets of America, Animation Courtyard, Pixar Place, and Sunset Boulevard. The Hollywood Boulevard is the main entrance and street of the theme park, and it is lined with numerous stores selling an extensive range of Disney merchandise. It is also the place where you can view the theme park’s most spectacular parades, such as the Pixar Block Party Bash. Disney’s Hollywood Studios icon, the Sorcerer’s Hat, and a replica of the famous Grauman’s Chinese Theater are located at the end of Hollywood Boulevard.

Echo Lake is a small lagoon that forms one of the ears of Hidden Mickey, a representation of the famous cartoon character Mickey Mouse that has been subtly included in the landscape design of Disney’s Hollywood Studios. The main attractions of the Echo Lake include The American Idol Experience, A.T.A.S. Hall of Fame Plaza, Sounds Dangerous!, Star Tours, Jedi Training Academy, and the Indiana Jones Epic Stunt Spectacular. At the Streets of America, you can explore street sets that resemble New York and San Francisco, as well as enjoy wonderful shows such as Jim Henson’s Muppet Vision 3D and the Lights, Motors, Action! Extreme Stunt Show.

The Animation Courtyard provides an opportunity for you to meet your favorite cartoon characters and learn how a cartoon character is created. It also features two fantastic live shows, namely, the Playhouse Disney and the Voyage of the Little Mermaid. If you love Pixar movies, you will surely have a grand time at the Toy Story Midway Mania! in Pixar Place. This attraction offers interactive games that are hosted by various Toy Story characters. The Sunset Boulevard is the place in Disney’s Hollywood studios where you can enjoy thrilling rides. It has two exciting rides called The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror and the Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster, as well as two amphitheaters for live performances.

If you wish to find a place to have a good meal or some refreshments while you are exploring Disney’s Hollywood Studios, it is recommended that you visit the 50s Prime Time Café. The 50s Prime Time Café is located near Echo Lake, and it is a TV-themed restaurant that offers a wide range of classic American food, such as golden fried chicken, pot roast, and traditional meatloaf. All dishes served in the restaurant are prepared with traditional recipes, and they are simply delectable. The restaurant also has special tables called “TV Tables”, which are equipped with television sets that show popular sitcoms of the 1950s. The 50s Prime Time Café is certainly one of the best places for family dining in Disney’s Hollywood Studios.