Jake Hamilton interviews the cast of Django Unchained, Sam Jackson tried to make him say the n-word
Jake Hamilton does some excellent interviews… he asks some incredible questions all while putting celebrities off guard with his fake air of amateur-ness. In this great interview with the cast of Django Unchained, he gets the actors talking about all kinds of topics, and Samuel L. Jackson desperately tries to get Jake to say the word “nigger”.
Here’s the interview that the gifset from yesterday was culled from. Good of Sam to not back down there.
If you’re worried about how Michael Bay’s production company will handle the new TMNT movie, this leaked concept art probably won’t do anything to assuage your fears. While it’s not bad for some things, it reminds me of the early 90s, when Playmate went crazy with TMNT action figures, creating stupidly costumed turtles, from astronauts to pizza delivery guys to film noir detectives to surfers.
Butbutbut Kevin Eastman, who did the art for the TMNT comic, which was the inspiration for the cartoons and the movies and all of the other crap, drew this. And there’s a bunch of stuff in the comics about the Turtles going into space. So while I totally have a lot of worries about this movie, I don’t think this should be one of them. Not even a little.
How to make Hi-C Ecto Cooler at home
I loved Hi-C when I was a kid, but by far the best flavor was Ecto Cooler. Most of the time when you have a beverage or a cereal that ties into a movie, it’s awful and cheap and awful. But not Ecto Cooler. That stuff was wunderbar. And now you can make it in your own home. Loud, toothless people in Ghostbusters suits is optional.
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Cyborg FDR in FDR: Battle for America looks like it would be the most awesome movie ever, trumping every movie ever made up to that point
I want so much for this to happen on the big screen, but for right now, it’s just from the imagination of DeviantArtist Jason Heuser.
My major aspiration in life is to one day have the words to describe my feelings toward this print.