Page 2: Star Wars, Mad Max, Fight Club, Firefly, Twilight Zone, Fast & Furious, Labyrinth, William H. Macy, Scott Pilgrim
Posted on Thursday, April 30th, 2015 by Peter Sciretta
Page 2 is a compilation of stories and news tidbits, which for whatever reason, didn’t make the front page of /Film. After the jump we’ve included 43 different items, fun images, videos, casting tidbits, articles of interest and more. It’s like a mystery grab bag of movie web related goodness.
Header Photo: Dad Builds Millennium Falcon Cockpit Bed For Son
21 Things You Totally Didn’t Notice In The Original “Jurassic Park”
David Letterman: 33 Years in Latenight by the Numbers
Eric Tan proves printed art doesn’t have to be 18″ by 24″ or 24″ by 36″.
Horror movies are one of the few places women are told their fears are real
Punch-Drunk Laughs: Kristen Wiig and the Art of Comedians Going Dramatic
All Your Home Really Needs Is This R2-D2 Pinball Machine Coffee Table
ACTING OUT: ON THE REFLEXIVITY OF ACTORS IN CRISIS
10 TV Shows That Are Right On The Cancellation/ Renewal Bubble
Note from Editor Peter Sciretta: First off I want to thank all of you for the kind words and great feedback from the last edition of Page 2. You never know when putting yourself out there will result in mockery or compassion, and I’m happy to say that the /Film readership is some of the best and most understanding I could ever hope for.
Under the suggestion of some readers, I have decided to play around with the idea of a regular short editor blog intro. This might involve thoughts on movies, television, pop culture or just random rambling.
Last night I got the opportunity to see a screening of Mad Max: Fury Road, which is my most anticipated movie of Summer 2015. I’d love to tell you my thoughts about the movie but I’m embargoed to a later time.
I can tell you this, the screening was followed by a 40 minute question and answer session with director George Miller conducted by filmmaker Edgar Wright. Photo above thanks to my Instagram account (you can follow me at @slashfilm). We’ll have more on that Q&A at a later point, but I can say that Edgar has seen the movie twice now, and he mentioned he’s seeing a third time at the world premiere — which must mean something right? I’m not even allowed to speculate on if that is a good thing, but I’m sure you can read between the lines, right?
Okay guys, lets get to today’s edition of Page 2.