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Posted on Wednesday, October 19th, 2011 by Peter Sciretta
Today’s t-shirt of the day on TeeFury is a Doctor Who/Portal mash-up design “Portal Who”.
Movies.com lists 10 Real-Life Pirates More Frightening Than Anyone in Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides
Today’s t-shirt of RIPT Apparel is a Disney/Super Mario Bros mash-up design “Another Castle”
Script Shadow reviews Charlie Kaufman’s latest script Frank or Francis:
But as I look back on the script, I felt like I had to work too hard to get there. I had to push through too many characters and subplots that weren’t necessary to experience the good stuff. Kaufman may be a great writer, but it wouldn’t hurt to go back to the basics. Streamline your story. Only tell the parts that need to be told. Don’t fall in love with stuff that doesn’t really matter, because it’s just going to get in the way of telling your story. Frank or Francis is a mess. But at least it’s an ambitious mess. It’ll be interesting to see how it all plays out on the big screen.
In the latest video from FunnyOrDie, Bill Clinton Foundation’s Celebrity Division, which is comprised of Ben Stiller, Kristen Wiig, Jack Black, Matt Damon, Sean Penn, Ted Danson, Mary Steenburgen & Kevin Spacey, sit down to brainstorm ideas for the Clinton Foundation’s 10th Anniversary.
LoreKings lists 11 Movies That Prove It Sucks To Be Young
Finding Nemo/WALL-E director Andrew Stanton (@6Mman) has returned to twitter after not tweeting for 772 days. Andrew is tweeting about post production on John Carter. I wish he had been tweeting during the production, but welcome back!
Incontention lists the Top 10 debut performances of all time
Alien Booburster cosplay
Magnolia Pictures has acquired U.S. rights to Michael Cuesta‘s drama Roadie, which stars Ron Eldard as “a longtime Blue Oyster Cult roadie who is fired and returns home to Queens, where he has a wild encounter with a pair of old high school buddies.”
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