I just saw a trailer for Please Subscribe before Les Mis. Kind of surreal seeing the MyDamnChannel logo on the big screen.
Well done, you lot. Buying my ticket today.
At today’s Marvel Television Presents panel at New York Comic Con, Head of TV Jeph Loeb announced that Clark Gregg would reprise his role as Agent Phil Coulson in the live-action pilot “Marvel’s S.H.I.E.L.D.” Gregg previously played Coulson in “Iron Man,” “Iron Man 2,” “Thor” and “Marvel’s The Avengers,” as well as Marvel One-Shots “The Consultant” and “A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Thor’s Hammer.
Tom Hanks: Much Like Disneyland, My Moustache Will Never Be Complete
StarCam was at The Shakespeare Center of Los Angeles’ Simply Shakespeare Event, where we talked to Tom Hanks about the wonderful work Shakespeare Center of L.A. has done for 26 years. He also chats about using his Emmy as a hood ornament, and playing Walt Disney in “Saving Mr. Banks”, which he starts working on in about a month.
I love Tom Hanks.
They started by playing the same version of Frankenstein they had played the night before. After about 15 minutes, we come to discover they had played the wrong version the night before. About half of us had been there the night before and wanted to see the other version, the other half had paid for just tonight and wanted to see the version they were expecting.
They decided to continue with the unaired version and offered 2 free passes to anyone who wanted to leave. No one did. We picked back up about 10 minutes into the play. They left the theater doors open for another 20 minutes, with staff coming and going, and talking. Loudly. Finally they closed the doors and we got to get into the play.
Then, with about 10 minutes left in the play, the video cut out. The audio kept playing. Someone went to get the manager and I just walked out. They can’t play it again and there was no offer to give us our money back. I’ll be calling tomorrow to request a refund, but in the meantime, holy shit am I pissed. I just wanted to see the damn play.
Good thing Entertainment Weekly didn’t have to Photoshop this week’s cover much.
(original via danhacker)
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O Brother, Where Art Thou? turns 10. To hear the film’s stars talk about the legendary soundtrack & 4 new tracks, click http://obrother.heroku.com/
Uhm, four new tracks? Yes, please.
The burglars have their own counsel? Isn’t that a little unusual for burglars?