Tuesday, January 3rd 2012Tweet
Dan Stevens and Michelle Dockery photographed by Robert Trachtenberg for Entertainment Weekly, January 2012
So beautiful, so very very beautiful
old piece from “All Around the World” (a Transmetropolitan art book). Going through five years worth of art for my next art book with IDW
Geniuses aren’t made, my loves, they’re born.
This concludes my early morn Sopranos spam. Tomorrow I start talking about all my season 4 emotions, of which there are many!
I keep thinking about this scene - where Meadow looks at the words Jackie Jr did for Scrabble and realizes what a straight up dummy he is - and getting the giggles.
Monday, January 2nd 2012
Sopranos/Boardwalk cross-overs in season 3:
1. Buscemi directs “Pine Barrens”. It’s his first directing job with The Sopranos. The episode was written by Terence Winter & Tim Van Patten. I blame these three for the death of my sweet Jimmy. I blame this episode for bringing them together. I forgive them during the course of this episode because it’s so very cinematic & inspiring. Do you hear me, Buscemi? You may not be seeking it, but I’m giving it. TAKE IT!
2. Tony’s dreams seem to always take place while standing at a pier, gazing into the water. I wonder if he longs to walk towards the water & let it lap at his expensive shoes while his spoils float ominously around him.
3. CHALKY WHITE IS IN THE FINALE! He has an intelligent clever daughter who beats Jackie Jr at chess, which isn’t a surprise, considering the lack of Scrabble skills we saw JJ display in an earlier episode. Man, that guy was dumb. He almost drowned in three inches of water, you know. But hey, Chalky! He looks beautiful. I miss him.
OMG OMG OMG Chalky White. Yesssss. We haven’t watched The Wire yet (I KNOW!) but you know I’m ALREADY excited about Omar.
Me and Kate Moss on New Years Eve.