Anyone can be a “Baywatch” lifeguard if they put their mind to it! The series, “Baywatch”, was canceled by NBC after only one season, due in part to the high cost of production and low ratings. Seeing the potential of the series, David Hasselhoff revived the series for first-run syndication after locating financial backers and investing much of his own money into the project. Hasselhoff also served as one of executive producer for the series. Hasselhoff was the star of the series, and after the first season became an executive producer. Gregory J. Bonann, who worked as a Los Angeles County lifeguard, started to shopRead More →

DC Comics did not create Superman; rather, he was independently created by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster, who sold the character to Detective Comics, Inc. the precursor to DC Comics in 1938. Years later, when Superman’s popularity boomed, the duo attempted to recover the character’s rights, starting years of legal battles and copyright disputes. According to Joe Sergi’s The Law for Comic Book Creators, a few years after Superman’s debut in Action Comics, Siegel proposed the idea of having a comic series based on Superman’s early days, a proposition the publisher initially rejected. Then, years later, when Siegel was serving in the Army during WWII,Read More →

Rogue One hits cinemas mere days before Christmas. To keep you going until then, here’s all the critical intel on Star Wars: Rogue One released so far. Rogue one working title was ‘Red Cup’. Star Wars films have an odd naming history. Its place in the Star Wars time line is just before A New Hope. It is also 5 years after the Star Wars Rebels television show. Visual effects legend John Knoll came up with the story. He pitched it to Kathleen Kennedy and the rest is history. Doug Chiang is the production designer. His claim to fame is design work on the prequel trilogies.Read More →