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Daniel J. Watts | PRESENTS

Daniel J. Watts is a rising multidisciplinary performance artist (actor, dancer, writer, poet, and much more) by way of New York and he sat down to talk with us about how he got his start in acting, some of his most memorable experiences on Broadway, the differences between performing on stage versus a TV/film set, his role on Tracy Morgan's new show, The Last OG, and gives advice to aspiring actors....
Screenwriting Tips From Hollywood's Favorite Writers | Features | LIVING LIFE FEARLESS

Screenwriting Tips From Hollywood’s Favorite Writers

This article is about those teachers that have stood out, that have challenged the norm, and made us question the basics and what we deem as fundamental. Highlighting what I think to be the most insightful tips on the craft of Screenwriting, I will list just a few, and hope that it will enlighten those who have reached a wall in their script or feel they need to make the hero/ heroine’s goal a little more challenging/relatable....
Don't expect many answers from the Sopranos movie | Opinions | LIVING LIFE FEARLESS

Don’t expect many answers from the Sopranos movie

Sure, there are reasons to be skeptical about the Sopranos revival. The flashback episodes of The Sopranos were never among the show’s better episodes, and the time period change alone indicates that however great it is, the movie won’t be the Sopranos that we remember. Even so, David Chase has been missed, and I can’t wait to see what he does with this project. Just don’t expect it to give you the Sopranos answers you never got from the show the first go-around....
Tomb Raider Reaction | Reactions | LIVING LIFE FEARLESS

Tomb Raider Reaction

Despite some forgivable over the top stunts and action scene clichés, Tomb Raider's character motives and subplots seamlessly coincide with the central story, which goes to show that every element was carefully pieced together to create a memorable story that will stand the test of time. Not to mention, the character-driven movie also gave us a taste of the actual obstacles included in the video game that enabled us to explore the extraordinary capabilities of Lara Croft....
Our Oscars prediction results, the blasphemy of Lion King 2, and new shows to watch | Podcasts | The Fearless Show | LIVING LIFE FEARLESS

Our Oscars prediction results, the blasphemy of Lion King 2, and new shows to watch

We're back (Shannon, Dareece, and Dario) and we're ready to discuss our thoughts about the Oscars and most importantly see who won from our prior predictions. But first we open by getting Shannon and Dario's opinions about Black Panther and close with discussions about Lion King 2, Sandlot 2, and Disney's continued (lackluster) effort at making live-adaptations of their classic animated films - which spawned the meme worthy phrase, "You don't know about Kovu bro?!". As well, as Shannon's Top 5 Stephen King adaptations and new shows like Counterpart and Hap and Leonard that you should all check out. ...
The Socially Conscious Oscars | Features | LIVING LIFE FEARLESS

The Socially Conscious Oscars

The Oscars are fast approaching, and as is customary, everyone is making their predictions. Most of the debate is centered around which film will take home Best Picture, but this year has a different feel about it. While The Academy has polarized critical opinion over time, it has also admirably adapted to be more inclusive to films that speak to the cultural issues of our times....
Black Panther Reaction | Reactions | LIVING LIFE FEARLESS

Black Panther Reaction

Black Panther may not be perfect in the technical department but incredible roles by its cast, the MCU's greatest villain yet, an impossibly cool setting, and a super hero with real emotional bite more than make up for any of it's shortcomings. I couldn't help but walk out of the theater beaming with pride and optimism for the future - and at the end of the day isn't that what super heroes are all about?...
After Black Panther, is It right to steer promising young directors to huge franchise films? | Opinions | LIVING LIFE FEARLESS

After Black Panther, is it right to steer promising young directors to huge franchise films?

It’s very clear, from the artistic and financial success of Black Panther, that Ryan Coogler was the right director for Black Panther, and that Black Panther was the right film for him to make at this stage of his career. However, that’s not always the case when it comes to talented young directors who are brought into high-profile franchise filmmaking....
#DruggedbyDELON -The Addictive French Icon | Features | LIVING LIFE FEARLESS

#DruggedbyDELON -The Addictive French Icon

Alain Delon is alive and well on Instagram feeds. Film's most beautiful man is ready to die, but his millennial fans won't allow it. With the killer good looks of his youth, iconic performances, and a fanbase nearly 50,000 strong, Instagrammers can't get enough....
Star Wars: The Last Jedi Reaction | LIVING LIFE FEARLESS

Star Wars: The Last Jedi Reaction

In short, The Last Jedi felt like it was a film desperately trying to course correct The Force Awakens' lack of progress and in doing so drastically changes things, sometimes in seemingly spiteful and heartbreaking ways. It's the boldest Star Wars film yet and it represents the end of the Star Wars that we (the older generation) have come to know and love - in more ways than one....
The Last Jedi Wars: The Generational Fight Over the Meaning of Star Wars | LIVING LIFE FEARLESS

The Last Jedi Wars: The Generational Fight Over the Meaning of Star Wars

Star Wars: The Last Jedi, the latest installment in the Star Wars saga, has now been in theaters for almost a month and while it's been a critical and commercial success, it's been extremely divisive amongst fans. But what Star Wars “feels like” is different to many different generations of people. Yes, it takes risks, and yes it takes Star Wars in new directions, but that’s the best thing about it....
Who's the best of the month: November 2017

Who’s the best of the month: November 2017 (VOTING)

Another month down, another month's worth of content to vote on. We rounded up what we think represented the best of the month, so cast your votes and we'll announce the top picks after we take everything into consideration. If you don't see what you think was the best, then write it in. You can also go back and check out some of our reactions to the various nominees....

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