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"I don't subscribe to the school of thought that as a feature film producer I shouldn't dabble in television, web content, or even comic books ... that thinking perpetuates the consumerist mosh pit we are now desperately trying to dig ourselves out of. I have a burning desire to entertain and different mediums allow me to do this in different ways. These shorts are as much a part of my filmography as the movies are. I'm here now, I'm inevitably going to die at some point, and as an artist I feel an ardent urge to constantly be creating. "
- Adi Shankar
"This was 200% pure "passion project", a dream come true for a comics 'n cult-film loving fan to work within two distinct worlds I grew up loving. As a lover of mixing pop culture into storytelling, in a Warholian way, TRUTH IN JOURNALISM is pure 'Pop Art'. I've rarely been as proud of something I've created as much as I had with this project and thrilled the TRUTH has been unleashed to the world. To CineMAAA!"
Learn More About #TruthinJournalism Here: http://collider.com/adi-shankar-venom-truth-in-journalism-interview/
Starring Ryan Kwanten Written & Directed by Joe Lynch Produced by Adi Shankar & Sam Balcomb
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User blog comment:Greater good/Should The Amazing Spider-Man be tied into the Marvel Cinematic Universe? (updated with poll)
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