Thursday, February 28, 2013

How the green screen dominates Hollywood

By Donald Sensing

Which makes Daniel Greenfield's column on why "Hollywood is Dead" all the more comprehensible.

The dirty little secret is that Hollywood hardly exists anymore. The industry is bigger than ever, but its bread and butter consists of 200 and 300 million dollar special effects festivals filmed in front of green screens and created in Photoshop and three-dimensional graphics programs. They star obscure or mildly famous actors and they do two-thirds of their business abroad.
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