Stuff which what we found interestin'.
Plastic surgery is never a good idea.
Here’s the full readable script for the silent movie The Artist, which lifted five awards last night – (issuu.com)
The history of the infamous Moss Man – (Mysterious Universe)
Wuthering Heights actor sectioned under the Mental Health Act – (BBC News)
The enviro friendly kids movie The Lorax is advertising SUVs – (Slashfilm)
Maine’s largest lobster will snap right through your arms – (MSNBC)
The fascinating Hollywood tale of Sean Connery, Lana Turner and the murder of Johnny Stompanato – (Badass Digest)
There’s a new drug on the streets called Love Boat. Here’s what you need to know about it. – (I09)
A picture of the HMS Friday crew on our recent holiday trip to Tunisia.
Hollywood is gearing up to remake Sam Peckinpah’s seminal western epic The Wild Bunch, (our reaction to this news here). Apparently the success of the Cohen’s Brother’s recent release True Grit, which netted $129M at the box office, has given this proposal real legs after it had sat dormant for so long. No confirmed word yet on any casting or directing duties as it seems Warner Brothers are only toying with the notion at this stage, but even that doesn’t bode well.
Movie website Slashfilm have all the gory details surrounding this horrific idea along with information on the reboot of the Lethal Weapon franchise, (without the return of Adolf and Glover), and a possible remake of Westworld, which we are already betting will star Will Smith.
Some online video editor under the name of Gen I submitted a special montage of 270 movies, all released this year, to website Slashfilm.com. The video runs at just over six minutes and is an impressive piece of work, highlighting in our opinion the best and absolute worst of 2010, also serving as a reminder for those movies we haven’t yet watched, (eg: Inception, yes we are fully aware that this may be a court martial offence). For a complete list of the films featured and the music used chart a course for Slashfilm.
Movie giants Warner Bros are mulling over an idea which could see a full length feature film, (possibly all CGI), centred around the infamous Looney Tunes Acme Corporation, a company responsible for supplying Wile E. Coyote with all the crazy gadgets he has ever used in his, somewhat calamitous, attempts to snare The Roadrunner. Other outrageous products from Acme, (which stands for A Company which Makes Everything), have popped up in various other cartoons but our favourite here at HMS Friday is The ACME Batman Outfit: Guaranteed For The Life Of The User. If you want to know more about this story chart a course for Slashfilm.