The Bytown Boozer wrote:Nobody even batted as much as an eyelash on CBC News Network today when that nice lady who does the entertainment report referred to the former CEO of Death Row Records as "Sooj" Knight.
That's how I would have pronounced it, if I hadn't heard it pronounced for the very first time about a week ago.
Posted: Fri Apr 24, 2015 10:30 pm
Since the internet is going to be bitching about this for the next few years, acclimate yourself to Jared Leto's Joker:
What can you do when it comes to Hollywood? I'd love for Curry to come back, maybe throw some CGI in there, whatever. Don't care.
Honestly, having Pennywise younger is a good twist, I like it. I also thought of an idea for an original It. A boy hunts Pennywise, but since Pennywise is a shapeshifter, as he follows Penny, the cops think he is the pedo.
In this film Keaton rides across Canada on a railway scooter and, between times, rests in a specially appointed passenger coach where he and Mrs. Keaton lived during their Canadian film assignment. This film is about how Buster Keaton made a Canadian travel film, The Railrodder. In this informal study the comedian regales the film crew with anecdotes of a lifetime in show business.
Alfonso Cuarón: When I see a movie where the director decided to use a camera to film actors talking, I am honored that they got that idea from my Prisoner Of Azkaban.
George Lucas (founder, Lucasfilm): Definitely the part of Star Wars I’m proudest of is the opening crawl with the flying yellow text. That’s cinema. Even when I watch it now, I still think, that’s cinema. It was the pinnacle of my career, but the rest of the film is unwatchable poison. I doubt there will ever be any fans of Star Wars except for historians whose job it is to endlessly rank and re-rank the worst atrocities of all time.
Matthew Weiner: At the end of the day, I just wanted to make a show about how easy it is to steal another man’s trophies. That’s why Dick Whitman watches the real Donald Draper explode and then says to the U.S. Army, “I am Don Draper, the man who exploded.” And the U.S. Army gives Dick Whitman all of Don Draper’s war trophies and sends him home and says, “Here is Don Draper, the man who exploded.” I just wanted to make a show about how easy it is to do a thing like that. It’s so easy to steal a man’s name after he explodes. A baby could do it. A dead dog could do it. Right now, somewhere in the world, a dead dog is probably saying, “I am the man who just exploded,” and the U.S. Army is probably nodding and saying, “Yes, you are. Have some trophies.”