Bowties and Foxes

Both are cool.

August 16, 2014 2:13 pm August 7, 2014 12:24 pm
rejectedjokes:

Here is the first production still from the Robert Zemeckis film “The Walk”. This amazing movie takes place in 1974 and follows the story of Philippe Petit, the man who walked on a wire between the Twin Towers in NYC (exactly forty years ago today). If you have never seen the documentary Man on Wire, the story is amazing. The doc plays like a beautiful fairy tale and will just get you more excited for our film next year.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt plays the high wire walker Philippe Petit and in the photo above you can see the rest of the team that helps him on his coup to walk the towers. I play a man named Albert (on the far right) who Philippe recruits in NYC. The movie is a love letter to NYC, the beautiful twin towers and to one man following his dreams, no matter how crazy they seemed. In the middle of all that beauty, you have a ragtag group of people working together to achieve the impossible. Tom Rothman describes the movie as “Gravity meets Oceans’ Eleven. You’ve got an underdog team planning what’s actually an endearing crime.” This is gonna be a special film and I can’t wait for everyone to see it!

rejectedjokes:

Here is the first production still from the Robert Zemeckis film “The Walk”. This amazing movie takes place in 1974 and follows the story of Philippe Petit, the man who walked on a wire between the Twin Towers in NYC (exactly forty years ago today). If you have never seen the documentary Man on Wire, the story is amazing. The doc plays like a beautiful fairy tale and will just get you more excited for our film next year.

Joseph Gordon-Levitt plays the high wire walker Philippe Petit and in the photo above you can see the rest of the team that helps him on his coup to walk the towers. I play a man named Albert (on the far right) who Philippe recruits in NYC. The movie is a love letter to NYC, the beautiful twin towers and to one man following his dreams, no matter how crazy they seemed. In the middle of all that beauty, you have a ragtag group of people working together to achieve the impossible. Tom Rothman describes the movie as “Gravity meets Oceans’ Eleven. You’ve got an underdog team planning what’s actually an endearing crime.” This is gonna be a special film and I can’t wait for everyone to see it!

August 6, 2014 7:11 pm July 18, 2014 6:12 pm

paulftompkins:

mattgourley:

SUPEREGO IS BACK! AND PACKED WITH ACTION-SATISFACTION!

And what’s more, we’re bringing Paul F. Tompkins with us. That’s right, he’s joining the Superego Clinic For Analytical Pscience™ as a regular member. It’s time you got ready to get ready.

But that’s only the half of it. On September 1, 2014, Superego will return for a fourth spectacular season. While past seasons have seen episodes arrive on a monthly basis, Season Four will dole out these ear-candies more slowly, prolonging the utter majesty.

But wait, there’s another half of it. Beginning August 1st, we’re also dropping lap-loads of bonus content your way.

You’ll see the release of two new Behind The Bonus episodes, showcasing several sketches that until now, have been locked deep in the Superego vault. Case studies featuring Erinn HayesJames UrbaniakJohn Hodgman, and more. And in the coming weeks, point your eyeballs toward our YouTube page for a series of never-before-released Superego Supershorts.

But really, here’s the whole of it. When September rolls around, get ready for a bevy of brand new guests as well as the return of some your favorites: Andy DalyColin HanksThomas Lennon, and none other than Neko Case.

That’s it, you Bunch-Ofs. Stay subscribed on iTunes, follow us on Twitter, like us on Facebook, and love us in real life.

-The B’s in Apartment 23.

I’m pleased as Pontious Pilate about all this!

July 7, 2014 1:02 pm

beautyandterrordance:

The many faces of Bruce Campbell, in the Evil Dead 2: Dead By Dawn (1987)

My boy.

May 10, 2014 7:27 pm March 8, 2014 12:51 pm February 9, 2014 12:12 pm

brofisting:

hazardoushero:

mrbutts:

somethingday:

Bendytoots
By Hannah Krieger
From Camodad

You can’t argue with the Toots.

I was trying to show this to somebody and I couldn’t find it, but now it’s back.

HOLY SHIT

no matter how many times i read this comic it never gets less funny

(via gingerhaze)

February 2, 2014 1:39 pm
germainetrain:

Character design notes for Solid Snake
From The Art of Metal Gear Solid

germainetrain:

Character design notes for Solid Snake

From The Art of Metal Gear Solid

(via gameconceptart)

1:38 pm