We're going to see a very, very commercial kind of picture-making.
Hollywood is going to have to find a way of meeting those profit goals.
One of Brando's problems is that he can't have a conversation with anyone.
The green-light decision process today consists of maybe of 30 or 40 people.
That's how you get surprises, because what movies are all about is surprises.
I wasn't hanging around the movie theaters in New York where I grew up, a Manhattan brat.
Study the public behavior of top stars and you can detect a keen attentiveness to brand value.
The biggest danger of Hollywood becoming a purely corporate town resides in the creative process.
A green-light meeting is when the decision is made finally whether or not to make a given picture.
Most movie-goers are overdosing on star coverage; it's the ultimate example of too much information.