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Oh No They Didn't! - LiveJournal.com

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    Thoughts on the premiere? The animation is as beautiful as ever =)


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  • 03/12/17--07:23: Baby Driver trailer


  • Synopsis:
    A talented, young getaway driver (Ansel Elgort) relies on the beat of his personal soundtrack to be the best in the game. When he meets the girl of his dreams (Lily James), Baby sees a chance to ditch his criminal life and make a clean getaway. But after being coerced into working for a crime boss (Kevin Spacey), he must face the music when a doomed heist threatens his life, love and freedom.

    Written & Directed By: Edgar Wright

    Cast:
    Ansel Elgort, Kevin Spacey, Lily James, Jon Bernthal, Eiza González, with Jon Hamm and Jamie Foxx

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    - Jon Snow will be the face of the male fragrance, and Daenerys the face of the female one
    - The ads will debut in September, so after the GoT season 7 finale
    - Season 7 premieres on July 16th or something and will have 7 episodes
    - OP can't stop laughing

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    + Steve Aoiki butchers remixes the iconic theme song of the 1995 Ghost in the Shell anime, composed by Kenji Kawaii.




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    Possible winner?

    Sounds like a mix of Tove Lo, Kylie and Dua Lipa ❤️

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    <<Last Weekend<Last Year View Index: By Year | By Weekend
    TW LW Title (click to view) Studio Weekend Gross % Change Theater Count /Change Average Total Gross Budget* Week #
    1 N Kong: Skull Island WB $61,015,000 - 3,846 - $15,865 $61,015,000 $185 1
    2 1 Logan Fox $37,850,000 -57.2% 4,071 - $9,297 $152,656,733 $97 2
    3 2 Get Out Uni. $21,072,600 -25.4% 3,143 +205 $6,705 $111,054,445 $4.5 3
    4 3 The Shack LG/S $10,050,000 -37.9% 2,888 - $3,480 $32,268,691 - 2
    5 4 The LEGO Batman Movie WB $7,820,000 -33.2% 3,303 -353 $2,368 $159,023,660 $80 5
    6 6 Before I Fall ORF $3,107,910 -33.7% 2,346 - $1,325 $9,036,722 - 2
    7 7 Hidden Figures Fox $2,765,000 -27.7% 1,421 -161 $1,946 $162,865,186 $25 12
    8 5 John Wick: Chapter Two LG/S $2,700,000 -43.8% 2,031 -444 $1,329 $87,423,211 - 5
    9 10 La La Land LG/S $1,770,000 -40.7% 1,578 +167 $1,122 $148,445,589 $30 14
    10 9 Fifty Shades Darker Uni. $1,629,250 -54.2% 1,498 -707 $1,088 $112,922,485 $55 5
    11 14 Lion Wein. $1,361,350 -36.0% 960 -300 $1,418 $48,684,795 - 16
    12 11 Fist Fight WB (NL) $1,325,000 -53.7% 1,285 -1,018 $1,031 $30,515,496 - 4
    13 8 The Great Wall Uni. $1,246,625 -65.6% 1,592 -722 $783 $43,817,710 $150 4
    14 15 Split Uni. $1,221,100 -41.6% 981 -145 $1,245 $135,833,235 $9 8
    15 16 A Dog's Purpose Uni. $1,055,560 -40.0% 1,022 -472 $1,033 $61,755,575 $22 7
    16 12 Rock Dog LG/S $1,025,000 -55.5% 1,376 -701 $745 $8,240,561 - 3
    17 13 Moonlight (2016) A24 $1,000,750 -56.5% 987 -577 $1,014 $26,994,479 - 21
    19 N Badrinath Ki Dulhania FIP $850,000 - 152 - $5,592 $850,000 - 1
    18 17 Table 19 FoxS $850,000 -46.8% 868 - $979 $2,986,700 - 2
    20 19 A United Kingdom FoxS $500,000 -20.9% 317 +46 $1,577 $2,580,288 - 5
    21 18 Moana BV $439,000 -30.7% 276 -45 $1,591 $247,495,232 - 16
    22 21 Sing Uni. $414,330 +5.8% 400 +117 $1,036 $268,716,030 $75 12
    23 27 Rogue One: A Star Wars Story BV $218,000 -2.7% 166 +1 $1,313 $530,126,400 $200 13
    24 25 The Salesman Cohen $170,202 -32.2% 105 -10 $1,621 $2,050,205 - 7
    25 32 Passengers (2016) Sony $105,000 -20.9% 172 -3 $610 $99,350,204 $110 12
    26 N Personal Shopper IFC $92,516 - 4 - $23,129 $92,516 - 1
    27 51 The Last Word BST $74,683 +136.1% 25 +21 $2,987 $114,370 - 2
    28 24 Manchester by the Sea RAtt. $68,450 -73.9% 113 -274 $606 $47,533,212 - 17
    29 40 Paterson BST $62,919 +6.0% 51 +7 $1,234 $1,896,212 - 11
    30 49 Land of Mine SPC $60,973 +62.5% 40 +20 $1,524 $188,409 - 12
    31 37 The Founder Wein. $48,200 -29.4% 57 -21 $846 $12,572,694 - 8
    32 N The Sense of an Ending CBS $42,000 - 4 - $10,500 $42,000 - 1
    33 41 Toni Erdmann SPC $41,999 -27.9% 45 -18 $933 $1,357,191 - 12
    34 34 Bitter Harvest RAtt. $41,235 -60.5% 32 -52 $1,289 $498,922 - 3
    35 56 Neruda Orch. $32,668 +45.7% 25 -8 $1,307 $804,815 - 13
    36 45 The Red Turtle SPC $30,222 -39.7% 42 -22 $720 $754,884 - 8
    37 N Raw (2017) FCW $25,230 - 2 - $12,615 $25,230 - 1
    38 39 Everybody Loves Somebody PNT $25,000 -58.9% 33 -27 $758 $1,869,237 - 4
    39 47 Doctor Strange BV $17,000 -62.4% 47 -34 $362 $232,629,520 $165 19
    40 44 Tim Timmerman, Hope of America Purd. $12,281 -75.7% 12 - $1,023 $75,425 - 2
    41 68 Mr. Gaga: A True Story of Love and Dance Abr. $10,031 +45.8% 8 +4 $1,254 $138,612 - 6
    42 66 Donald Cried Orch. $4,809 -39.7% 4 +2 $1,202 $15,944 - 2
    43 76 Chapter & Verse Pala. $3,094 -24.5% 1 - $3,094 $81,870 - 6
    44 81 Love & Taxes Abr. $2,756 +62.3% 3 +2 $919 $5,486 - 2
    45 73 Junction 48 Orch. $1,325 -76.0% 1 -1 $1,325 $9,198 - 2
    TOTAL (45 MOVIES): $162,259,068 -14.2% 37,333 -4,867 $4,346
    <<Last Weekend<Last Year View Index: By Year | By Weekend


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    What did you see this weekend, ONTD?

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    From the NYTimes:


    • Italian director Saverio Costanzo has signed on to write a 32-part TV series based on the books.

    • Ferrante is expected to contribute to the screenplay (director expects to communicate with her via email)

    • First season will cover the first book, with 8 episodes of 50 mins each.

    • Costanzo on the author's identity: “It’s her literary reality that counts,” he said. “I’m one of those people who don’t care who she is.”


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    From the NYTimes:


    • Italian director Saverio Costanzo has signed on to write a 32-part TV series based on the books.

    • Ferrante is expected to contribute to the screenplay (director expects to communicate with her via email)

    • First season will cover the first book, with 8 episodes of 50 mins each.

    • Costanzo on the author's identity: “It’s her literary reality that counts,” he said. “I’m one of those people who don’t care who she is.”


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    From the NYTimes:


    • Italian director Saverio Costanzo has signed on to write a 32-part TV series based on the books.

    • Ferrante is expected to contribute to the screenplay (director expects to communicate with her via email)

    • First season will cover the first book, with 8 episodes of 50 mins each.

    • Costanzo on the author's identity: “It’s her literary reality that counts,” he said. “I’m one of those people who don’t care who she is.”


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    From the NYTimes:


    • Italian director Saverio Costanzo has signed on to write a 32-part TV series based on the books.

    • Ferrante is expected to contribute to the screenplay (director expects to communicate with her via email)

    • First season will cover the first book, with 8 episodes of 50 mins each.

    • Costanzo on the author's identity: “It’s her literary reality that counts,” he said. “I’m one of those people who don’t care who she is.”


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    From the NYTimes:


    • Italian director Saverio Costanzo has signed on to write a 32-part TV series based on the books.

    • Ferrante is expected to contribute to the screenplay (director expects to communicate with her via email)

    • First season will cover the first book, with 8 episodes of 50 mins each.

    • Costanzo on the author's identity: “It’s her literary reality that counts,” he said. “I’m one of those people who don’t care who she is.”


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    Promotional pictures for 2X08, synopsis from the link: 'Naomi tracks down signs of the protomolecule; Fred Johnson's control over the OPA collapses.'



    Sneak peek:


    More behind a cut.


    Inside the Expanse 2X07:


    Highlights from the video:

    * In the book you see the entire Ganymede event from Bobbie's perspective, in the show they decided to shoot it more like a horror story- glimpses, things happening too soon. Bobbie's memory is choppy due to her trauma, during the season we can reveal more and more of what happened as Bobbie remembers. Bobbie is afraid to lose her status as a soldier, she doesn't want to jeopardize it by telling them something impossible happened there.

    * Dominique was excited to have scenes with Jared Harris this season, he's got a huge presence and he's wonderful as a person as well. Anderson Dawes is always a true Belter, his agenda is only his own people, his view of the larger playing field is informed by deep loyalty and profound agenda of putting Belters in their proper place, even at the expense of the other side. He's like a celebrity in the Belter community.

    * It's like the IRA- you have a militant wing and a diplomatic wing. Anderson Dawes and Al Capone have a lot in common, they're complicated people.





    Syfy Wire's Cher Martinetti and Adam Swiderski join producers/universe creators Ty Franck and Daniel Abraham and discuss 2X07 (featuring special guest star The Expanse VFX supervisor Bob Munroe)

    Highlights from the podcast:


    * No matter what side you choose in a conflict, there are good and bad people on that side, every character should have their agenda and a good argument for why they're right, it makes it hard to pick out the obvious good/bad guy, which is the point. Naomi believes they're making a terrible mistake and she wouldn't be able to convince her crew members of that, so she's taking action, there'll be good and bad consequences as a result of her actions. She's not wrong or misreading the situation. What Holden wants to do is irretrievable, she's keeping options open.

    * Earth-Mars started out a lot like US revolution with England, a Colony too far away to successfully control, throws off their yoke and becomes a super power in their own right. Now Earth-Mars is like US-Russia, both sides trust that the other won't escalate beyond a point of no return. We can shoot at each other in the outer planets but it won't follow them home, this might change in the future. War between them feels inevitable and will have to happen.

    * They had Frankie in her audition do the gung-ho bits but also the seventh man speech, to make sure she has the range for the character. Frankie never feels intimidated, even with people her height or taller, if someone steps towards her , she steps towards them and doesn't back off. Clé Bennett is tall, but Frankie never feels intimidated by him and has a lot of presence.

    * Bob talks about his favorite special effects scenes, like the 'flip and burn' from 1X01- something they haven't seen before in a science fiction show, also the Anubis reactor core, the Nauvoo launch and the Julie-Miller scene (that one he talks in depth about towards the end of the podcast). They talk about Easter Eggs, Bob has put his home address in about 4 times. There's a Simpson reference that nobody has gotten yet, they're offering a reward for whoever figures it out. They talk about having to correct continuity errors digitally- like Diogo's neck tattoo, Julie having her necklace in a video Miller watches, 75-80% of the visors on the helmets for the Roci crew and the Martian Marines are added digitally. There are too many reflections of crew members, they fog up so badly you can't see the actors' faces.






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    Still 0.2 but it dropped from 0.22 to 0.15, which isn't good, let's hope it doesn't drop back to 0.1.


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    The following statement was released by PBS confirming the cancelation:
    “We are extremely proud of both seasons of ‘Mercy Street,'” said Beth Hoppe, Chief Programming Executive and General Manager, General Audience Programming, PBS. “Our talented executive producers, Lisa Wolfinger, David Zabel and David W. Zucker, brought to life an entertaining and historically accurate account of this time, along with the equally talented team of actors led by Josh Radnor as Dr. Jedediah Foster and Mary Elizabeth Winstead as Nurse Mary Phinney; the directors, producers and crew who created a visually rich, high-quality series; and our sponsors and partners who helped make ‘Mercy Street’ possible.”

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    I literally just started watching this on Amazon Prime, so of course it gets canceled. While this isn't a super great show, I love the whole cast so I'll be missing it.

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    What do you think?


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