Weekly Editorial Round-Up: October 19, 2007

October 19, 2007

Today we continue our partnership amongst five of the best movie websites on the net to build awareness and expand readership. It's called the Weekly Editorial Round-Up and once a week we feature a freshly written editorial article from each of the five sites. It's all about featuring that article unique to the website and the writer that you won't find anywhere else. This week we have some of the best articles I've seen all month and I strongly suggest you take a look at these links! I'm sure you'll enjoy what you read - I guarantee it!

DreamWorks' Jeffrey Katzenberg Says There Will Be 12 to 18 Full 3D Movies by 2010
FirstShowing.net covers the ShowEast seminar on the future of 3D where Jeffrey Katzenberg claims there will be at least 12 to 18 3D movies by 2010.

55 Must See Movies of 2008
/Film shows you over 50 movies to look forward to next year.

Why Commercials Before Movies Is Worse Than Piracy
The Movie Blog looks at how theaters steal our time with commercials and how the principle of piracy is the same thing.

R-Rating, Impenetrable Shield or Leaky Bucket?
Film School Rejects explores the R-Rating and why some studios (namely Fox) may be staying away from it.

Impending Writers Guild Strike Will Doom Mankind!!
MoviesOnline looks at the impact of the impending Writers Guild Strike poised to kick off very soon.

Stay tuned for next week's round-up of fresh, new editorial articles from the five best movie websites on the net. If you have anything to say about any of the articles, then make sure to leave a comment on the respective website. Until next week…

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1 Comment


That list of movies for next year is pretty good. Another one not on the list that I am looking forward to, is "The Brothers Bloom". It's Rian Johnson's follow-up to "Brick".

Zach on Oct 20, 2007

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