OOOH! Fan art can make an impact! Then there’s hope for my two Star Wars casting choices! I drew Callan Mulvey and Frank Grillo as scoundrels and bounty hunters.
Enthusiasm costs nothing and neither do good manners. I feel grateful and lucky when I interact with actors, directors, writers and stunt people. Some of them have even become friends. Fandom positivity can have boundless rewards.
It doesn’t auto load for me so that’s just me trying to be helpful.
And at this point it’s kinda a Skywalket tradition to get those tiddies out. Exploited by Snoke and Jabba.
THAT’S GENERAL HUGS DAMN IT
The first image is a gif and if you don’t click it you’re missing out...
That was me. Sorry.
I really enjoyed it. Including the gratuitous shirtless Sith scene. My art.
Pretty sure the 6ft 5inch Tom Hopper can pull this off.
Nope. I will NOT be seeing this because of Gibson. And it really hurts.
Is it possible to suffer Star Wars hype fatigue and is there a treatment?
There were a lot of puff paint embellished sweatsuits. The paint on the pants matched the shirt.
This paparazzi photo of Frank Grillo from Atlanta certainly makes this Crossbones fangirl quite happy. And if you say, oh he’s there for that charity thing... pfft. He’s supposed to be filming Donnybrook, so something big popped up to preempt playing Chainsaw Angus.
Yes! I held a Q&A with the director Jeremy Rush where I asked him why he chose these cars.
Yes. E46 BMW with Performance Package. (I asked the director.)
The rich, extravagant world building of Pacific Rim makes me care about this universe. The little details like Raleigh not seeing bread for years because of disrupted trade just make the whole movie an immersive experience. Also, I just want to know about what happened to Marshal Hercules Hansen.
Cool! Now have him hit on Jonah Hex.