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James McAvoy as Bruce Robertson in Filth (2013)
Tim: “When Shrek the Third came out, for months everyday you’d get bombarded with like ‘the wait is ogre' garbage shoveled at you […] and I woke up the week before the premiere came out with the idea that Eric and I would just promote Shrek as an experimental joke […] that's probably my favourite thing of all time, it was just so dumb.”
Eric: “It was all positive comments and 15 promos, there are still people out there who hate us because they thought we were supporting this film.”
I was thinking about this at work today and almost cried
so i watched scott pilgrim vs the world again last night and the fact that im still picking up on things that i never saw before astounds me, like in this bus scene after the fight with matthew patel there’s a fucking bokeh filter on the front of the camera so when ramona is on screen all the out of focus bits are rendered as little “x”s and scott’s bits are little love hearts but when scott asks ramona if they’re dating now there’s a little ding from the bus as ramona’s turn to hearts like omg
the amount of attention to detail edgar wright puts into his films is absolutely baffling to me
Marz: There are no active X-Men on the premises. You’re all alone, “Mrs. Summers,” or whatever you are. So give it up, please.
Jean: This is a school, Mr. Marz. For mutants. You’re here at 2am to cause trouble…? Do you have any idea how far out of your depth you are? You’re surrounded by invisible mutant guards. Turn around, go back to your cult leader, and tell him to expect a repair bill for our school gates.
Irina: Miss Grey…do we have any invisible mutants?
Jean: Not this semester. Just keep projecting your voices, Irina. Everything’s okay.
Even in the face of U-Men who are determined to kill children in a school in order to harvest their organs for the purpose of gaining powers, Jean chooses to first employ non-violent methods. She hopes that she can end the conflict before it escalates, primarily for the sake of the students. It sets an example for the students to avoid conflict, even when the most gruesome people and organizations are involved. While Jean was forced to take another step in protecting the students at the school, she still did not use lethal force, a contrast with other characters in the same book.
From New X-Men v1 #120, by Grant Morrison & Igor Kordey
Wendy and Lisa are two of my heroes. I’ll be selling “No It U Lover” as a mini-comic at TCAF, and I’ll be debuting the full collection of comics about queer women and music, If This Be Sin, at SPX.
Now, turn on some Prince and the Revolution!
D’aww Lars and Sadie have a Purple Puma and Tiger Millionaire poster in their break room.
MARVEL FAMOUS FIRSTS: 75TH ANNIVERSARY
MASTERWORKS SLIPCASE SET
This is maybe the craziest, most expensive thing we’ve ever done.