Author: David Kozlowski

David Kozlowski

David Kozlowski is a writer, podcaster, and visual artist. A U.S. Army veteran, David worked 20 years in the videogame industry and is a graduate of Arizona State University's Film and Media Studies.

Incredibles 2 Interview: How Pixar’s Artists Stay Up-To-Date On The Ever-Changing Tech Landscape (Exclusive)

It's no secret to say that the technology involved in creating CG-animated films is ever-changing. Shots that could take months to render can now be done instantly, and with that comes changes to the tools

Bao Interview: Behind Pixar’s Newest Short Film And The Scrappy Nature Of Pixar’s Shorts Program

Pixar may be largely known as a feature film studio, but there's no denying that a great deal of their culture is embedded in their shorts. In fact, it was through the creation of shorts

Breaking Down Pixar’s Newest (And Most Surprising) Short: Bao

The magic behind Pixar's incredible run of success can best be boiled down to their laser-focused quest for the universal. The company is obviously known for its innovative 3D animation, but at its heart, they're

10 Things We Learned About The Incredibles 2 During Our Visit To Pixar

Brad Bird's superhero-based animated film, The Incredibles, hit theaters in 2004, a couple years before Disney acquired Pixar, four years before Marvel's Iron Man, and more than a decade before DC Film's Justice League. A

What Are The Chances Of A Lynda Carter Role In Wonder Woman 2?

Lynda Carter became one of Hollywood's first successful TV superheroes when she starred in ABC's and CBS' Wonder Woman (1975-1979). And though her career spans more than 40 years and 43 credits, she remains most-associated

Rian Johnson Shares His Vision For The New Star Wars Trilogy

We're suddenly on the precipice of a new Star Wars movie every year until infinity. We've gone from one new Star Wars movie every decade or so to multiple projects in concurrent development. For Star

Krasinski’s A Quiet Place Was Influenced By Spielberg’s Jaws

Actor John Krasinski, best known for playing Jim on NBC's The Office, is stepping way outside his comfort zone to direct his second feature film, the horror hybrid: A Quiet Place. But despite his lack

Why Should We Fear The Reveal Of Avengers 4 Title?

There's a hint buried within in the title of Avengers: Infinity War that points directly at the hidden title of Avengers 4, and it's (probably) tied to the six Infinity Stones themselves. That's my theory

The Final Trailer Drops For John Krasinski’s A Quiet Place

John Krasinski's A Quiet Place is a low-budget horror film with sky-high expectations. The film has a tiny budget of $17 million, two popular stars, and a fantastic premise: an alien invasion where the monsters

Mark Hamill On Luke Skywalker’s 40-Year Journey

I've seen a lot of movies. You've seen a lot of movies. Collectively, we've seen all the movies (aside from the really awful stuff at the bottom of Netflix's catalog). So, it's probably fair to