Sunday, December 11th 2011
Eli Roth retweeted me! I’m one step closer to making my Bear Jew sexual fantasies come true.
I’ve been almost hit by a car twice in the past couple of weeks & let me tell you, this is an accurate expression.
I think we screamed exactly like he does in this scene.
Saturday, December 10th 2011
Me and Mykki Blanco
The Cast of Bridesmaids - Entertainment Weekly’s Entertainers of the Year 2011 by Martin Schoeller, December 16th 2011
As of today, you can buy Louis CK’s new stand-up comedy special on his website for $5. I would have paid $25, though, but I won’t complain.
The Cast of Bridesmaids (Wendi McLendon-Covey, Melissa McCarthy, Maya Rudolph, Ellie Kemper, Kristen Wiig & Rose Byrne) - Entertainment Weekly’s Entertainers of the Year 2011 by Martin Schoeller, December 16th 2011
Mindy Kaling on Bridesmaids:
A lot of crazy, incredible, over-the-top things happen in Bridesmaids, but the movie really succeeds because of the relationship between Kristen’s and Maya’s characters. I love seeing friendships between women realistically portrayed, and that was a beautifully depicted best-friendship - one wasn’t just the sidekick to the other. But then all the characters in the movie were fully formed. I love the scene where we first meet Melissa McCarthy’s character and all Kristen asks her is “How’s it going?” And Melissa says it’s going great, but she fell of a cruise ship, she hit every railing going down, a dolphin saved her, and how she has pins in her leg. I knew nothing about Melissa McCarthy until I saw the movie, and as an opening scene for an actress it was just magnificent. The fact that Bridesmaids did as well as it did was an amazing accomplishment. And I love that the movie wasn’t sold as “Get All Your Girlfriends and Go See Bridedsmaids!” It was just “Everybody Go See Bridesmaids, It’s a Funny, Awesome Movie.”
Milla Jovovich - The Hunger #1 by Rankin, November 2011
“Walkabout” 2011, coloured pencils on paper, cm 35x35
“Lush Life 3”, Roq la Rue Gallery, Seattle