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Tag Archives: Hollywood
…she would probably be this girl. Or Arya Stark. One or the other.
1. The nurse at the hospital misspelled my name on the birth certificate. 2. When my nieces asked me which was cooler, Star Wars or Star Trek, I answered Babylon 5. 3. I got my first literary agent at 19. … Continue reading
Black Sails: Finally, pirates I can actually be afraid of and not spend the whole time wanting to smack upside the head for prancing around like a band of hipster LARPers.* The Good Humor Man: The absolute strangest book I … Continue reading
Because it’s Christmas, and Captain Picard is awesome. Merry Christmas, readers!
So very true, and so very fun…
No matter how times I watch this, it just never gets old. Total. Geek. Heaven.
Kick-Ass 2, the long-awaited-by-some sequel to Kick-Ass, finally reaches theaters next month. And from the wording of the previous sentence, you’ve probably guessed that I’m not part of the “some.” Why? Closer to “20 years ago” now than I care … Continue reading
I remember sitting with a friend, a writer/director, more than a few years ago and trying to figure out whether it was still worth it for either of us to stay in the Hollywood struggle. We had met years before, … Continue reading