I’m not trying to toot my own horn, but it kind of sucks to know as much as I do because, when it comes to simple storytelling, it’s very easy to predict where things are going. For example, as soon as Nimue showed up, I knew she was both Merlin’s love and the first Dark One.
Once Upon A Time is the perfect show for half-paying-attention and half-eBay-shopping for whatever strikes my fancy.
Crimson Peak was written by a 15 year old girl who eats lunch alone in the school library. There’s a goth girl inside her, but the goth accoutrements are beyond her reach because her parents won’t allow it and she’s a nice girl who follows the rules.
“Are you a knight?” “Better. I’m a writer.” HENRY GOT GAME. I’m also totally taking this line.
Oh, Disney is willing to admit that The Sword and The Stone exists, but not The Black Cauldron? How about The Black Hole? Can we work that one in, Disney? Can we? SHOW ME MAXIMILLIAN TERRORIZING STORYBROOKE! YOU KNOW YOU WANNA!
Holy effing poop nuggets….I’m actually rooting for Cersei Lannister. But, first! Jon Snow isn’t dead! OK, he is dead. But, not for long! But, before that! THE VILLAINS ARE NOW THE UNDERDOG ANTI-HEROES. WHUUUUT???
If we’re remaking a classic like Big Trouble in Little China, can we at least be somewhat creative about it? Like…..maybe turn Jack Burton in Jackie Burton and cast a woman in the role?
AMC is currently casting season 5 of Comic Book Men and is actively searching for women to appear on the show. Does the following describe you…..
Rob Kutner is not some dude sitting on his sofa in his tighty whities, pounding out terrible comics with meaty, Cheeto-stained fingers. Previously a writer for The Daily Show with John Stewart and currently a writer on CONAN, Rob Kutner is legit and he needs help getting his comic series out.