Scott Tobias on Muck Rack

Scott Tobias Verified

Chicago, IL
Freelance Journalist
As seen in:  NPR
Is this you? Contact us to edit this page

Editor, The Dissolve | I'm an expert in all things that nature abhors.

The Crow remake looking to go into production next spring — Luke Evans will replace Brandon Lee (and a bunch of other actors) in the lead role.

Newflix: The week of October 24’s best new streaming titles — Here's our weekly look at notable new titles available on online streaming sites.

Martin Scorsese will produce an authorized Grateful Dead documentary — The group will celebrateits 50th anniversary with Amir Bar-Lev's new film.

Justin Simien on the calculated risks of Dear White People — Writer-director Justin Simien knew his debut film might be a hard sell, since it was in a mode he wasn't seeing at all in theaters: a serious arthouse movie about the black experience that wasn't packed with slapstick comedy or suffering.

One Year Later: Gravity — "However unintentionally, Cuarón has made a welcome corrective to a season-years, really-of special-effects-driven films that treat individual lives like so many pixels. Though set against the vastness of the cosmos, Gravity keeps its scope narrow, asking viewers to invest deeply in the characters' safety and the value of their lives in a situation where every breath matters, and every choice might bring them closer to safety-or bring about disaster.

Ethan Hawke will play Chet Baker in Born To Be Blue — The film is directed by Canadian filmmaker Robert Budreau, and is currently in production.

Todd Solondz is working on a “sort of sequel” to Welcome To The Dollhouse — Wiener-Dog will feature Dawn Wiener, though not Heather Matarazzo.

Paul Schrader doesn’t want you to see his new movie — Because it's not "a Paul Schrader movie."

Jason Schwartzman and Alex Ross Perry on their lifetime milestone movies — After two little-seen but critically acclaimed projects filmed on a shoestring budget ( Impolex and The Color Wheel), Alex Ross Perry emerged from 2014's Sundance Film Festival with his most biting, mature film to date, Listen Up Philip , which debuts in limited release today.

Out Of The Past: Tim Robbins was born on this date in 1958 — The smart actor plays dumb guys better than just about anyone.
More Articles →
Oct 24, 2014

@Kyle_Ryan @ErikMAdams Browser snobs. Hertz recognizes this is the people's browser.

Oct 24, 2014

@NickPinkerton Undergrad me gave it three stars back in real 1994. This was considered a bold stand at the time.

Oct 24, 2014

Heading to Vegas. When I return, I suspect I'll no longer be able to use the words "nest" or "egg."

Oct 24, 2014

@OccupyWallSt You've been made aware of your total cluelessness, right? You're doing the bidding of fascist, anti-feminist trolls.

Oct 24, 2014

@kphipps3000 Did you know that was Sergio Leone's original title for ONCE UPON A TIME IN AMERICA?

Oct 24, 2014

@VoiceFilmClub "'Pretentious fraud' seems like a totally reasonable thing to call somebody in a review," agrees everyone.

Learn how to connect with Scott on social media by joining Muck Rack Pro

Are You a Journalist?

Make a Portfolio

Create a free Muck Rack account to customize your profile and upload a portfolio of your best work.

Share This Profile