I could have been outside playing and running, but inside I was inside reading and eating and it was all worth it! — Bert (Albert Tsai), “Happy Bert Day” Trophy Wife
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I was surprised when a handful of teenagers were asked to define “sell out” and they couldn’t. (Sigh.)
I want to like Intelligence, but the story telling is still pretty choppy and they need to work on earning the emotional moments better.
The commercial is fun, but I couldn’t help wonder if they swiped the card wrong for aesthetic or technical reasons.
Honestly, Enlisted is my favorite show because I think the relationship between the brothers is great. Plus, I like the fact that the actors are active on social media. Watch the show!
Geoff Stults (left), Parker Young (middle), Chris Lowell (right)
Your skin is perfect! Your hair looks like it was spun by Rumpelstiltskin! Why are you still single?! — Private First Class Park (Tania Gunadi) providing extra duress, “Randy Get Your Gun” Enlisted
Infographic: The diversity gap at the Oscars
A lot has changed since the Academy Awards began in 1927. Racial segregation was outlawed, the courts came to the realization that barring all fertile women from certain workplaces was supremely illegal and a banning all discrimination on the basis of sex and race was enshrined into law. You’d think that these monumental changes would seep their way into the film industry. But alas, Hollywood is still stuck in the diversity stone age.
Thanks to the good people at Lee & Low Books who crafted the disturbing infographic below, it’s mighty clear that the Oscars is the whitest old boys club there is.
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I question the “Did you know” blurb about writers having any power in the making of the films they wrote unless they were hyphenated writers like writer-director, writer-production, etc.