As the entertainment industry returns to a post-pandemic world, mega-deals and monster flops at the box office are raising questions about the future of Hollywood. Imagination Connoisseurs of the Post-Geek Singularity weigh in with questions of their own.
SHREK turns twenty today … no card, here’s an onion, instead. Plus other mail from Imagination Connoisseurs from throughout the Post-Geek Singularity.
How many ways can you “save” the world of DC superheroes from itself? Imagination Connoisseurs share their thoughts and more with lots of letters.
From plot twists to plot holes – our favorite films manage to overcome the most ridiculous of circumstances. Why do we accept the mistakes and still love the film? Imagination Connoissuers want to know …
The Burnettwork mailbag is filled with letters from Imagination Connoisseurs seeking for some sense in the wacky world of entertainment as we see it today. From under-appreciate sci-fi to toxic fandom to wondering “why” studios do the things they do … and more letters from fellow fans.
What role has merchandising played in turning our favorite movies, TV shows, comic book heroes and characters into nostalgic memories? It’s just one of several questions raised in today’s crop of viewer letters.