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radiomaru:

royalboiler:

Bryan Lee O’Malley and Jamie Hernandez drawings of my character Sexica from Multiple Warheads. 
These were done at a vegetarian restaurant before we all did a talk at Meltdown comics.
Right now there’s interviews with O’Malley and Hernandez up on the Inkstuds site. here  and the meltdown talk (with Pen Ward and Tom Herpich will go up soon) 

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radiomaru:

royalboiler:

Bryan Lee O’Malley and Jamie Hernandez drawings of my character Sexica from Multiple Warheads. 

These were done at a vegetarian restaurant before we all did a talk at Meltdown comics.

Right now there’s interviews with O’Malley and Hernandez up on the Inkstuds site. here  and the meltdown talk (with Pen Ward and Tom Herpich will go up soon) 

heyyyy

shyvioletisme:

who wore it best?

Based on recent photos, it appears that Harry Styles has left One Direction to become the new frontman for Sisters Of Mercy.

We just saw Begin Again today. I didn’t really care for it as a film, but all of the performance scenes were great. I wish the film could have focused even more on that and less on the framework. I also wouldn’t have minded a few more scenes between Keira Knightley and James Corden.

I’m tempted to blame Judd Apatow for all of the things that I hated about it, even if he’s in no way responsible.

soundonsight:

Fantasia 2014: ‘Boyhood’ transcends one life
When a filmmaker perfectly aligns the technical and the artistic, we’re reminded of the transformative power of cinema. Lost amid the genre clichés and computer-generated extravaganzas lies an expansive battlefield called ‘the human condition’, where moments of great power co-mingle with insignificant monotony to shape our lives. Boyhooddepicts these moments with startling honesty and grace, bereft of casual judgment or detached irony. It is a meditation on everything and nothing; an acknowledgement that despite the pain and confusion, we’re going to be okay. Because, really, what other choice do we have?
Click here to expand the article 

soundonsight:

Fantasia 2014: ‘Boyhood’ transcends one life

When a filmmaker perfectly aligns the technical and the artistic, we’re reminded of the transformative power of cinema. Lost amid the genre clichés and computer-generated extravaganzas lies an expansive battlefield called ‘the human condition’, where moments of great power co-mingle with insignificant monotony to shape our lives. Boyhooddepicts these moments with startling honesty and grace, bereft of casual judgment or detached irony. It is a meditation on everything and nothing; an acknowledgement that despite the pain and confusion, we’re going to be okay. Because, really, what other choice do we have?

Click here to expand the article 

thatwetshirt:

Before Sunrise (1995)

geekynerfherder:

'Boyhood' by Tomer Hanuka.This is an 24” x 36” screenprint in a hand numbered limited edition of 225 and costs $45.It goes on sale at a random time on Friday July 18 at Mondo. Follow them on Twitter@mondonews for the on sale announcement.

geekynerfherder:

'Boyhood' by Tomer Hanuka.

This is an 24” x 36” screenprint in a hand numbered limited edition of 225 and costs $45.

It goes on sale at a random time on Friday July 18 at Mondo. Follow them on Twitter@mondonews for the on sale announcement.

cinemagreats:

Boyhood (2014) - Directed by Richard Linklater

entertainmentweekly:

"While making Boyhood, Ethan Hawke, Linklater’s frequent collaborator, watched Coltrane evolve from a self-assured kid into an introspective, soft-spoken young man."

Ethan Hawke interviews his co-star Ellar Coltrane here

Photo Credit: JOE PUGLIESE for EW

The World Is Not Enough
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whatbrodysaidtoday:

The World Is Not Enough - Garbage