Guys, I might have written a thing in which I employ all of my Star Wars nerdery to figure out who the characters in Episode VII are going to be, prompted by that leaked list of character descriptions today.
I ended up with a VIP ticket to the Amelie G party/fashion show tonight. So that was cool.
This man is Martez Wilson. The Saints are going to need him to be kind of awesome this year.
We think he can do it. Here’s why.
Danny is not appalled. He does not ask her what the hell she’s thinking, or sink into his chair and feel for the phone in his pocket so that he can look at something that isn’t her; he doesn’t laugh and tell her funny, but he’ll pay the bill and they just won’t eat the rest of the way home or something. He pulls a little closer to her, and he decides if he had one wish right now, it would be I wish we still had that hotel room.
David Edelstein on Joss Whedon’s new adaptation of The Bard’s classic comedy, Much Ado About Nothing:
One word sums up my reaction to Joss Whedon’s film of Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing: Huzzah!
Here is the creator of Buffy the Vampire Slayer — and the director of The Avengers — working with American TV actors who have little or no training in verse-speaking. Who could have predicted such a team would produce the best of all filmed Shakespeare comedies?