Some people in the media seemed to be having trouble determining what counts as Watergate and what does not, so we made a handy flow chart!
Back on set for our last Hobbit pick ups. Our last ever Tolkien pick ups, in fact. It’s going to be an intense few weeks, but we’re looking forward to shooting some powerful scenes with our great cast. Our next blog is coming soon!
Hee! :) And it was kind of amusing and sad to see the first comment asking about the Silmarillion. (although that other comment about the Silmarillion not being a real book. Really, guys? ;_; Then it’s an awesome non-book!)
The Gay Test (which, regrettably, I will not call “The Coates Test” following Alison Bechdel’s lead), would have similarly few requirements, but they’re particularly tough to beat: to pass, a film must include two gay characters who interact in some way, do not offer sassy advice to the protagonist, and are not dead by the end credits.
She had often daydreamed of how she would dance at her wedding, with every eye upon her and her handsome lord. In her dreams they had all been smiling.
are you sure
I have no idea why she’s so popular, her voice is like nails on a blackboard.
That’s milky joe in a wig.
Monty Python’s Flying Circus
Season 1, Episode 3: How to Recognise Different Types of Trees From Quite a Long Way Away