“A lot of producers and directors and studios are scared,” says Donovan, whose character was written off the series last year.
Well, obvious not in Abbey Road studios—as Abbeys, Roads, and studios were not existing 250.000.000 Years ago.
"What's happening now is that studios are cutting budgets for stylists so a lot of girls are dressing themselves" says Kurata.
I love that about studios—the movie grossed a billion dollars, and they want to reduce us.
Until the 1950s, the Best Picture award was given to studios, not specific producers.
I shall never forget our first trip abroad, after we were married—he was like a boy in the galleries, in the studios.
She was very weak and hardly able to walk; they had to carry her to the studios from the subway.
Private lessons in all types of dancing or facial makeup at any time the studios are open, only by appointment made in advance.
This is lined with studios, and abounds in artists and sculptors.
He had not entered the studios for several months, unless Bias had granted him admittance without informing his master.
1819, "work-room of a sculptor or painter," from Italian studio "room for study," from Latin studium (see study). Motion picture sense first recorded 1911; radio broadcasting sense 1922; television sense 1938. Studio apartment first recorded 1903.
[fr stud or studhorse, ''stallion, esp one kept for breeding,'' the term found by 1903; first sense popularized by 1940s jive talk]