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The Industry presents How I Got Greenlit, a new podcast hosted by the Creator of HBO’s Project Greenlight Alex Keledjian and Emmy Award Winning Producer Ryan Gibson, exploring how our favorite films got made and how they made our favorite filmm
The Industry is proud to present back-to-back episodes of one the best history podcasts around: History Daily. On History Daily, they do history, daily. Every weekday, host Lindsay Graham (American Scandal, American History Tellers) takes you b
After Paramount Pictures' 1974 version of The Little Prince seemingly vanished into thin air, it would be decades before another big screen version would come around. That version would be fully animated, with a voice cast that included Jeff Br
Joseph Tandet was a lawyer who was not in The Industry. But when the opportunity arose to own the rights to The Little Prince, he took it.He wound up as a producer on a big-budget movie adaptation. The 1974 version of The Little Prince had ever
At the height of his career, Richard Williams was hailed as the next Walt Disney. He wanted to prove that animation was high art, not just something to sell toys and cereal. So he spent three decades working on a single film called The Thief an
How did they make a movie out of Super Mario Bros, and why did it not really resemble the game it was based on? This episode tells the story of how Super Mario Bros went down, and how an alternate cut was found, restored ‚ÄĒ and released online t
The 1983 horror movie Grizzly II: Revenge boasts a cast that includes George Clooney, Laura Dern, and Charlie Sheen. But it may never have been released if not for Hungarian producer Suzanne C. Nagy, who finally made it available to audiences a
Like many Superman fans, British actor Aaron Price grew up believing a man could fly ‚ÄĒ thanks to the spectacular 1978 Richard Donner film starring Christopher Reeve as the Man of Steel. But a decade after that film, Superman IV arrived to chall
Like many Superman fans, British actor Aaron Price grew up believing a man could fly ‚ÄĒ thanks to the spectacular 1978 Richard Donner film starring Christopher Reeve as the Man of Steel. But a decade after that film, Superman IV arrived to chall
Preston Sturges was so desperate to direct that he sold one of his scripts for $10 ‚ÄĒ then persuaded silent film and talkie star Harold Lloyd to star.This is a story that includes Howard Hughes, a secret tunnel to the Chateau Marmont, and some v
Dan Delgado is the host of The Industry, where he focuses each episode on lesser-known or forgotten movie history. He tells stories of Hollywood's weirdest decisions ‚ÄĒ and has a special place in his heart for the industry heroes who tried, and
Dan Delgado is the host of The Industry, where he focuses each episode on lesser-known or forgotten movie history. He tells stories of Hollywood's weirdest decisions ‚ÄĒ and has a special place in his heart for the industry heroes who tried, and
At the 1986 Cannes Film Festival, the impresarios of¬†Cannon¬†Films ‚ÄĒ best known for movies like Superman IV and Over the Top ‚ÄĒ showed up on the scene in matching tracksuits, with a grand vision. They announced their slate of movies for the next
In the 1970s, in an attempt to thaw the Cold War, the U.S. and USSR decided to co-produce a film: Cinematic detente! The United States would provide big Hollywood stars like Elizabeth Taylor, Jane Fonda and Cicely Tyson. They would be directed
When Bruce Lee died on June 20, 1973, Hollywood and Hong Kong scrambled to replace him, creating a misbegotten genre called "Bruceploitation."But Bruce Lee was, of course, irreplaceable.On the latest episode of The Industry, Dan Delgado details
Roar¬†is the story of a family ‚ÄĒ including Tippi Hedren and real-life daughter Melanie Griffith ‚ÄĒ stalked by lions and tigers on an African nature preserve. When it was finally released in the United States in 2015 ‚ÄĒ nearly 40 years after it beg
Nicholas Ray is a legendary director known for his emotional, incredibly influential output in the 1950s. From Humphrey Bogart's best performance with In A Lonely Place to James Dean's iconic turn in Rebel Without A Cause, Nicholas Ray was resp
In 1970 Warner Brothers had a surprise hit on its hands when they released the documentary/concert film Woodstock. Though the studio spent less than a million dollars on it, the film would eventually gross $50 million at the box office. Warner
In 1970 Warner Brothers had a surprise hit on its hands when they released the documentary/concert film Woodstock. Though the studio spent less than a million dollars on it, the film would eventually gross $50 million at the box office. Warner
When I first met Aigul Kaparova, the woman whom I would eventually marry, she told me she was from Kazakhstan. And of course there was basically one thing I knew about Kazakhstan: Borat. I remember asking her how she felt about Borat, because I
When I first met Aigul Kaparova, the woman whom I would eventually marry, she told me she was from Kazakhstan. And of course there was basically one thing I knew about Kazakhstan: Borat. I remember asking her how she felt about Borat, because I
Christopher Reeve came out of Superman retirement to make Superman IV: The Quest for Peace, a film widely considered a disaster.He had said in 1983, after the release of Superman III, that he was done with the role that made him a star.So why d
In 1985, Baltimore infomercial star Santo Victor Rigatuso, aka Santo Gold, produced an extravaganza with something for everyone: It promised horror, wrestling, rock, and even a "three-headed Munga Magoon." It was all supposed to be filmed and t
John Barry is a deeply respected set designer, responsible for the Korova Milk Bar in A Clockwork Orange, the cantina in Star Wars, and the Fortress of Solitude in Superman, among other starkly original film locales. But when it came time to ma
In 1971 actor Elliott Gould was on top of world. Then he started A Glimpse of Tiger, a new movie that he was starring and producing. What followed was a tumultuous five day production that would see Gould fire his director, terrify his co-star,
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