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The hand and his face. *melt*
Truth be told, my heart will always be with DC Comics, but these combat boots are pretty dope.
The other night, my friend Megan and I went to a special screening of The Room, featuring an appearance by the star (and line producer) of the film, Greg Sestero. It was my third time seeing the film on the big screen, and Megan’s second. A couple weeks ago, after finding out about the event, I had bought Greg Sestero’s book The Disaster Artist, which chronicles his friendship with Tommy Wiseau, the writer/director/star/producer of The Room, and the making of the film. I devoured the book in two days, gleefully relishing the behind the scenes stories of the nightmare that was the filming of The Room. More than that, I found Greg’s depiction of his friendship with Tommy to be touching, terrifying, and oddly beautiful.
And so it was with great excitement that Megan and I went to dinner and drank margaritas, because one should never watch The Room sober, and headed over to the coffeehouse/cinema where the event was taking place. We were surprised to find a line waiting for the doors to open, but we grabbed a spot and began to wait, and watch, and listen.
The first thing we noticed was that, while there were some ladies there, the line was mostly comprised of young, white, stereotypically geeky hipster boys (the kind who would show up on a Tumblr called “Hipster or Halloween Costume?”). There was a guy in a Utilikilt (Google it). At least one of the people in the group in front of us had never seen the movie before. “I don’t know shit about this movie,” he said. “I know it’s…somethin’.” And he wasn’t wrong.
HEY YOU GUYS.
I WROTE A THING.
zeus took fuck, marry, kill way too seriously
Inception recast → Idris Elba as Cobb, Richard Ayoade as Arthur, Anthony Mackie as Robert Fischer, Zoe Saldana as Ariadne, Jamie Foxx as Eames, Kerry Washington as Mal, Forest Whitaker as Yusuf, Michael K. Williams as Saito, Jeffrey Wright as Browning, Danny Glover as Maurice Fischer, and Gina Torres as Miles
Inspired by this quote: “Imagine a film such as Inception with an entire cast of black people – do you think it would be successful? Would people watch it? But no one questions the fact that everyone’s white. That’s what we have to change.” - Idris Elba (x)
HAIR GAME: JEREMY RENNER IN AMERICAN HUSTLE
Woo Woo keeps walking around the house whispering “I know.” But he won’t tell us what he knows…
only 100 in 5 weeks
man her game is weak
That’s 100 episodes in 35 days.
That’s 2.8 episodes a day.
I’ve had casual watching more intensive than that.
*tumblr collectively laughs*
during school last year i collectively watched an average of eight supernatural episodes a day
this girl needs to step up her game
Go big or go home. You either survive or you lose your life. This is the game of shows.
This sums up my relationship with most people I know.