Chris Thilk

Chris Thilk

Chris Thilk is a freelance writer and content strategy consultant in the Chicago suburbs. You can find him at ChrisThilk.com, where he shares his thoughts on content marketing, media and movie marketing.

Brave Women Are Rocking Hollywood, and Its Marketing Plans

Dominos are falling fast, leaving the industry scrambling to sell movies.

Why the Ads for Thor: Ragnarok Have Been So Surprisingly Bright and Fun

The God of Thunder is finally lightning (sic) up.

Blade Runner 2049 Is a Good Movie. Why Wasn’t It a Box Office Hit?

The film was a repli-can't in theaters.

As the Movies Fall in Love With Whiskey, a Look Back at Their Other Favorite Drinks

Alcohol brands have always had a taste for Hollywood.

Inside the Scary-Good Advertising That Made ‘It’ Such a Killer at the Box Office

Warner Bros. wasn't clowning around with its King adaptation.

Famous Authors and Their Stories Are Hollywood’s Hot Fall Trend

Four films explore some of literature's most beloved books and characters.

For Decades, Nazis Were Hollywood’s Ultimate Villains, the Polar Opposites of Any American Hero

Before terrorists became the big screen's preferred action film antagonists, Nazis were the go-to symbol of pure evil.

How Movies Made From Stephen King Books Have Been Marketed Through the Years

The author isn't always front and center.

How Hollywood Markets Final Chapters in a World Where Nothing Can Ever End

War for the Planet of the Apes isn't the first final stop.

Spider-Man Now Has a High-Tech Suit, but This Influencer Campaign for the Movie Went Pure DIY

Check out the homemade outfits from Portal A effort.