Well im Juan but my friends call me Joey/Joy,You can too. i like Comics,Music,video games and Geeky stuff. I also live in Nebraska.

20th April 2012

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Is anyone else as excited as I am for Terrence Malick’s next movie starring Ryan Gosling and Rooney Mara? I can’t fucking wait!!!

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26th March 2012

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If The Hunger Games was directed by David Fincher.

If The Hunger Games was directed by David Fincher.

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21st March 2012

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The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo DVD Cover 

The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo DVD Cover 

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7th December 2011

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Rooney Mara as The Sociopath for The New York Times

Rooney Mara as The Sociopath for The New York Times

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7th December 2011

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As we head toward the end of the year, it’s clear that 2011 has yielded some damn great performances from both established stars (Gary Oldman, Glenn Close) and rising talents (Jessica Chastain, Mia Wasikowska). So naturally, the best way to celebrate their accomplishments is by inviting each of them to play characters wholly unlike the ones they’ve recently received acclaim for.
In a video gallery from The New York Times Magazine titled “Touch of Evil,” thirteen of this year’s most notable stars tackle thirteen villainous types, from “The Menacing Dummy” (Oldman) to “The Sociopath” (Rooney Mara channeling A Clockwork Orange‘s Alex DeLarge) and everything in between.
 Some of the stars played archetypal bad-guy figures, while others did a take on a specific character. It’s well worth heading over to the site to watch the actual shorts, which run about one minute each and are fantastically fun to watch — though I must take issue with the choice of casting the very handsome Ryan Gosling as an invisible man.

As we head toward the end of the year, it’s clear that 2011 has yielded some damn great performances from both established stars (Gary OldmanGlenn Close) and rising talents (Jessica ChastainMia Wasikowska). So naturally, the best way to celebrate their accomplishments is by inviting each of them to play characters wholly unlike the ones they’ve recently received acclaim for.

In a video gallery from The New York Times Magazine titled “Touch of Evil,” thirteen of this year’s most notable stars tackle thirteen villainous types, from “The Menacing Dummy” (Oldman) to “The Sociopath” (Rooney Mara channeling A Clockwork Orange‘s Alex DeLarge) and everything in between.

 Some of the stars played archetypal bad-guy figures, while others did a take on a specific character. It’s well worth heading over to the site to watch the actual shorts, which run about one minute each and are fantastically fun to watch — though I must take issue with the choice of casting the very handsome Ryan Gosling as an invisible man.

Tagged: Brad PittThe New York TimesFilmGary OldmanGlenn CloseRooney MaraRyan GoslinRyan Gosling

7th December 2011

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Despite what you might have read on news sites this week, The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo is more than a rogue movie review with a broken embargo. It’s an actual film directed by David Fincher opening December 21 and part of the reason why producer Scott Rudin made such a hubbub about the early New Yorker review is Sony has been carefully marketing the film for months. One of the major facets of that is theMouthTapedShut viral campaign which allowed fans to uncover clues to find limited edition pieces of art from the film signed by Fincher himself.

That campaign has now revealed it’s coolest nugget yet: a 9-minute, fake Hard Copyreport made to look like it was transferred from an old VHS recording. It that details the murder case at the center of The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo.

Thanks to What Is Hidden In Snow for this video.

Having not seen the Fincher version yet, and being only semi-familiar with the original film, what I can tell from this video is that it takes the primary mystery of the film – the disappearance of Harriet – and gives it more historical context of what was happening in the time since her disappearance and when Lisbeth Salender and Mikael Blomkvist show up on the scene. As interesting as the video is now, I’d imagine it’s probably even more illuminating once you’ve seen the film and are more familiar with all the names, places and faces.

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26th October 2011

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Is The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo this year’s Black Swan? Last year, the gorgeous ballet costumes of Darren Aronofsky’s launched a thousand glossy fashion spreads and dance-inspired outfits; this year, it’s David Fincher’s crime thriller that seems to inspiring trends. Star Rooney Mara recently appeared on the cover of Vogue in a (no doubt insanely expensive) Ralph Lauren dress with a dragon design embroidered on the back, and now retail chain H&M is getting in on the Lisbeth Salander action as well.
The Swedish clothing company has teamed with Dragon Tattoo costume designer Trish Summerville for an upcoming line of pieces inspired by the character, such as beat up jeans, leather jackets, and defiantly slouchy hoodies. (You’ll presumably have to get the tattoos, piercings, and unflattering haircuts elsewhere.)
Summerville says the clothes are “based on the essence of the Salander character,” whom H&M designer Anna Norling calls “the very essence of an independent woman.” The prickly computer hacker heroine of a dark, brutally violent series seems like an odd inspiration for a trendy fashion company — one imagines Salander would neither readVogue nor shop at H&M. But outside of the context of Fincher’s film, the clothing actually fits current trends pretty well. Actually, it’s the kind of stuff I see hip young people wearing in my Brooklyn neighborhood on any given day. Who knew Salander was so fashion-forward in addition to being uncannily brilliant and tough as nails?
The capsule collection, which will be released under H&M’s Divided brand, will first hit Parisian boutique Colette on November 28 before going on sale at 180 H&M stores worldwide and online December 14. Along with jeans, jackets, and hoodies, the 30-piece line will also include “knitted snoods, backpacks, tribal earrings… roughed-up leather boots and platform wedges” in no-nonsense shades of black, gray, white, and dark red, with prices ranging up to $199 (for a leather jacket).

Is The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo this year’s Black Swan? Last year, the gorgeous ballet costumes of Darren Aronofsky’s launched a thousand glossy fashion spreads and dance-inspired outfits; this year, it’s David Fincher’s crime thriller that seems to inspiring trends. Star Rooney Mara recently appeared on the cover of Vogue in a (no doubt insanely expensive) Ralph Lauren dress with a dragon design embroidered on the back, and now retail chain H&M is getting in on the Lisbeth Salander action as well.

The Swedish clothing company has teamed with Dragon Tattoo costume designer Trish Summerville for an upcoming line of pieces inspired by the character, such as beat up jeans, leather jackets, and defiantly slouchy hoodies. (You’ll presumably have to get the tattoos, piercings, and unflattering haircuts elsewhere.)

Summerville says the clothes are “based on the essence of the Salander character,” whom H&M designer Anna Norling calls “the very essence of an independent woman.” The prickly computer hacker heroine of a dark, brutally violent series seems like an odd inspiration for a trendy fashion company — one imagines Salander would neither readVogue nor shop at H&M. But outside of the context of Fincher’s film, the clothing actually fits current trends pretty well. Actually, it’s the kind of stuff I see hip young people wearing in my Brooklyn neighborhood on any given day. Who knew Salander was so fashion-forward in addition to being uncannily brilliant and tough as nails?

The capsule collection, which will be released under H&M’s Divided brand, will first hit Parisian boutique Colette on November 28 before going on sale at 180 H&M stores worldwide and online December 14. Along with jeans, jackets, and hoodies, the 30-piece line will also include “knitted snoods, backpacks, tribal earrings… roughed-up leather boots and platform wedges” in no-nonsense shades of black, gray, white, and dark red, with prices ranging up to $199 (for a leather jacket).

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3rd October 2011

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The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo

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3rd October 2011

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The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo

The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo

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3rd October 2011

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The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo

The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo

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