Worth noting: Chalamet is 25 now. They filmed most of Dune in 2019, when he was a bit closer to his age in the books.
hahaha so accurate. I had to go read this sentence a few times to make sure I got it right: “According to Collider, Daley is known for acting as Lance Sweet on the procedural series Bones.”
So, are you saying that you 1) Let Collider tell you what John Francis Daley is known for, 2) don’t do ANY of your own research,… Read more
They also had the one kid (later of 1917 fame) play both Marten Lannister AND Tommen. So
One thing that drove me insane about Horizon Zero Dawn (other than the name just being a bunch of jibberish) was that how the map is *supposed* to be the Denver area, and apparently Red Rocks is only a 4 minute walk from downtown Denver. In reality, this is not the case. Same with Fallout 4's “Boston” - it’s evocative… Read more
He and his buddy JJ are big fans of the “mystery box” concept of storytelling - it’s all a rubik’s cube of questions with a nothingburger at the end. It’s like every concept started as somebody saying “BRO, WHAT IF WE...” and then they wrote it down on a napkin. That’s what happened with Star Wars sequel trilogy, with… Read more
If you haven’t seen Chalamet in anything yet, but you’re worried about him, then that’s baggage you already carried - has nothing to do with Chalamet and everything to do with you. That said, give The King a watch on Netflix - you may be pleasantly surprised.
No offense, but you’re a fucking idiot. “I’m not a big fan of this man’s work, even though i’ve seen literally only one example of his work.”
This entire article, and all the terms and concepts associated with it, are so deeply #online that I simply cannot.
What if I told you that a dumb TV + a Playstation 4 trumps all other options? It’s a blu-ray player with all the functionality of a roku, including plugging a headset into the controller. AND IT PLAYS VIDEOGAMES.
Also, rewatched The Quick & The Dead recently and it’s hysterically awful.
Anything that gets us closer to an adaptation of The Yiddish Policeman’s Union is fine by me.
I found this very hard to read/follow. And i’m a strong reader! But there’s something about your syntax that’s really choppy and difficult for my brain to wrap around. Like my ex-girlfriends always said, it’s not you, it me.
The Chain of Suspicion.
I was thinking Brad Wilkerson and/or Frank Cattalanotto
Lucas then made reference to a Maz Kanata fetish, but ended the interview with “That’s another story, for another time.”