No, this story is not another video game based on The Godfather.
While talking to a friend of mine about horror movies, I was recently shocked to learn that the classic London After Midnight, starring Lon Chaney, is now a lost film.
Along with Oprah Winfrey and James Earl Jones, legendary make-up artist Dick Smith is slated to receive an honorary Academy Award, and it's frankly long overdue.
Today's audiences expect films to move fast, with a lot of action right away. But is such a strategy good or bad for Hollywood?