Singin’ in the Rain (1952) — Dir. Stanley Donen & Gene Kelly“What’s the first thing an actor learns? ‘The show must go on!’ Come rain, come shine, come snow, come sleet, the show MUST go on!”
This is one of my absolute favorite movies of all time.
As a photographer myself, I have nothing but respect for the man who took this photo. I met him last year at C2E2 and again this year and both times he was carrying around an amazing large format film camera on the show floor, lugging the thing around like it was nobody’s business. It was fun watching him work and getting to work with him.
“Stand very still until I say otherwise.”
(I know that the pseudoderm mask doesn’t actually work this way in most incarnations of the thing, but it made a really neat photo even so!)
Source: Flickr / tsquared1017
Arrested Development gets new movie and TV show
Fans of Arrested Development received two great pieces of news today: the long-discussed movie is happening and it will follow on from new TV episodes of the cult show!
Creator Mitchell Hurwitz says the TV show could film next summer and focus on the main characters’ lives over the past five years.
While there’s no shooting schedule yet for the movie, Hurwitz added that the “creative aspects” are in place and negotiations will hammer out “the business side”.
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My photoset broke, so I’m gonna try this again.
Heath Ledger’s Joker costume.
I found it really interesting that the buttons on his vest don’t match—little things I never caught before. The top button is a little sun with a smiley face on it.
DC’s booth design was so well done and allowed really easy navigation throughout their area and incorporated movie props. On the opposite side of the coin, Marvel’s was very difficult to navigate and their props were very hard to get to to view, since there was always a clusterfuck of people in the way.
Taken at SDCC 2011 in DC’s booth.
(And yeah, Booster Gold is a huge Joker fan.)