• Movies/Entertainment

    Roundtable Discussion with ‘Real Steel′ Animatronic Supervisor JOHN ROSENGRANT

    John Rosengrant has been creating groundbreaking special effects for films since working with Stan Winston on The Terminator.  He did spectacularly seamless VFX work for Dreamworks’ Real Steel and his marriage of practical and CG robots really helped sell the heart of this wonderful family film. He’s worked on all sorts of films from sci-fi classics like The Terminator and Predator to blockbusters like Jurassic Park and Avatar (just check out his IMDb page or see his bio at the bottom of this post). Basically if there was mind-blowing movie magic happening on screen, it was most likely John working his magic off screen. Go, See, Talk and other movie sites were invited to participate in an exclusive…

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    Roundtable Interview Discussion with ‘Shame’ Director Steve McQueen & Actor Michael Fassbender

    On November 17th, writer/director Steve McQueen and actor Michael Fassbender stopped in Dallas as part of a whirlwind PA tour to promote their new movie Shame. McQueen and Fassbender held this very private round table discussion to talk about their brilliant and controversial film. Having worked together on the powerful fact-based film Hunger the two have undeniable chemistry and are talented entertainers of the highest merit. After being simply floored by Shame at the screening a few weeks before Thanksgiving I could not stop thinking about the film and as such had a boat load of questions for the them. Go,See,Talk and some select local media outlets sat in on (and directly across from I…

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    Roundtable Discussion with ‘The Lion King’ Producer Don Hahn

    Proving that what’s old is new again, Disney’s re-release of The Lion King (this time in 3D) took the box office for the second week in a row. It’s great that after almost 20 years kids that grew up with such an iconic film are now able to share it with their children. Guess that’s the old Circle of Life right? *queue rim shot* Well, leading up to the theatrical release we got to speak with Moira Kelly but yesterday Go,See,Talk and some other movie sites got to attend a round table with the Lion King producer Don Hahn. Wow! Talk about a rare but insightful opportunity to learn about one of the most…

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    Roundtable Discussion with ‘Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides ′ VFX Supervisor Ben Snow

    Ben Snow is one of the ILM Visual Effects Supervisors and with an outstanding resume (you should just check out his IMDb page or see his bio at the bottom of this post), his latest work on Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides gave life and depth to the beautiful but deadly mermaids. Go, See, Talk and other movie sites were invited to participate in an exclusive (and very lengthy) round table discussion. Ben had lots to offer about his passion, his profession and personal tastes in his creative process. Have a look at what he had to say…(sorry no audio but G-S-T’s questions are in Orange)

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    Roundtable Discussion with 'I Am Number 4' VFX Supervisor BILL GEORGE

    ILM Visual Effects Supervisor, BILL GEORGE has worked on some of the most amazing sci-fi films in movie history…just check out his IMDb page if you don’t believe me. And as a member of the legendary Industrial Light and Magic, he’s worked with and among the very best in the business. A sci-fi guy through and through he feels right at home with aliens, space craft and all sorts of weird. He recently did some pretty fantastic work on the Dreamworks film I Am Number Four and as such, Go, See, Talk was asked along with some other bloggers to participate in an exclusive round table discussion where we picked his brain…

  • Movies/Entertainment

    Roundtable Discussion with ‘I Am Number 4’ VFX Supervisor BILL GEORGE

    ILM Visual Effects Supervisor, BILL GEORGE has worked on some of the most amazing sci-fi films in movie history…just check out his IMDb page if you don’t believe me. And as a member of the legendary Industrial Light and Magic, he’s worked with and among the very best in the business. A sci-fi guy through and through he feels right at home with aliens, space craft and all sorts of weird. He recently did some pretty fantastic work on the Dreamworks film I Am Number Four and as such, Go, See, Talk was asked along with some other bloggers to participate in an exclusive round table discussion where we picked his brain…