popculturebrain: huffposttv: Well, this just arrived at my desk. Betty White Wine. GET IT!?!?! Also, yes that is a giant bottle of ketchup. Obligatory/gross “Betty’s Pink” joke.
totalfilm: Aaron Sorkin’s Steve Jobs movie will be filmed as three 30-minute scenes Screenwriter Aaron Sorkin has revealed that his Steve Jobs biopic will employ a rather unusual narrative structure, with the film being made up of just three scenes…
fakecriterions: -TWELVE DAYS LEFT TO ENTER OUR SECOND ANNIVERSARY CONTEST- CAGE MATCH - The Films of Nicolas Cage Pick your favorite Cage film. Make a cover. Photoshop it, draw it, make it out of cardboard and macaroni, whatever. - ONE entry per person, so choose your film wisely and design it creatively.- E-MAIL ENTRIES ONLY. You can tag it on Tumblr if you’d like, but only entries received via email will be considered. Send them to fakecriterions[at]gmail.com, with the subject line “Fake Criterions Cage Match.”- ONLY THOSE ENTRIES RECEIVED VIA EMAIL BY 11:59PM EST NOV. 28 WILL BE CONSIDERED. Our Judges (in alphabetical order):- Kasia Cieplak-von Baldegg, The Atlantic- Molly Eichel, Philadelphia Daily News, The AV Club- Jake Fogelnest (jakefogelnest.com), Sirius XMU, The Fogelnest Files- Lacey Mitcalef, lulinternet- Paul Scheer (paulscheer.com), NTSF:SD:SUV, The League, How Did This Get Made- Chris Sims, Batmanologist & Senior Writer- Comics AllianceThe Prizes:1st: In the process of being acquired.2nd: TBA3rd: A wonderful collectible Nicolas Cage postage stamp from an exotic land. Again, thanks to Zach Osif and Brice Baum for their wonderful Cages for our poster. DOWNLOAD AND PRINT FOR YOUR HOME OR OFFICE: Here’s the PDF.The fine folks at Criterion have nothing to do with this.
Stephen Falk took to his Tumblr to address ‘Next Caller’s pre-airing cancellation. The show starred Dane Cook and was going to be on NBC at midseason.
Hey, you aspiring TV writers. It’s a hard job to crack into, but if you’re good enough and driven enough, it will happen for…
hitrecordjoe: Along with our partners at Levi’s®, we’re incredibly proud to present MADEMOISELLE NOIR — a short macabre musical tragedy to come out of our collaboration regarding ‘Outsiders.’ This theme’s all about the outlaws, the outliers, and the odd ones out that march to the beat of their own drummer. Often times an outsider can become the hero of the story and go on to triumphant pursuits with happy endings. However, sometimes in our society the outsider speaks such a different language we misunderstand and vilify the otherwise beautiful and innocent. Mademoiselle Noir is one such harrowing tale of a woman who was misunderstood by the people around her and met a tragic fate. This beautiful story was contributed to the OUTSIDERS collaboration first as a song written and performed by ppeppina (Finland) and then brought to life with key illustrations by sojushots (New Zealand), animation by MarieIv (Russia) and orchestrations by Krrr (USA). The piece was further developed by the hitRECord community by providing macabre illustrations and eerie musical accompaniment. As you may or may not know, Levi’s® has partnered with hitRECord this year to empower our community to create the art we make — short films, music, writing and images. It means a lot to me that a company that has empowered so many great artists and innovators in the past have come on board to recognize what we’re doing at hitRECord. And, thanks again - <3 J
Leslie Knope meets Vice President Joe Biden.
richardrushfield: Breaking Bad’s Gale! Lincoln’s floor leader for the 13th Amendment! The most memorable star of Damages, Conchords, The Wire. Throughout this era of fancy dramatic media, one man has stood as its face, its conscience. Meet David Costabile, the slightly weird, disheveled man for our times in his fascinating conversation with Kate Aurthur at Buzzfeed.
dorkly: Parks & Recreation Crossing Bring me all the eggs and bacon you have. I’m Ron Fucking Resetti.
redvinesgiraffe: adriofthedead: tardishobo: she-geek: Introducing to you, Matt Smith, of Doctor Who… are u shitting me right now Tea Time Lord 900 years to figure that out