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Wander Over Yonder Nominated for 3 Awards!

The list of nominees for the Irish Animation Awards are up and Wander’s listed in 3 categories!

Kid’s Choice Award for Best Animated Series: Wander over Yonder – Peter Lewis: Producer, Gillian Comerford: Director, Pete Slattery: Animation Director

Best VFX as part of Animated TV Series or Film: Wander Over Yonder – Peter Lewis: Producer, Gillian Comerford: Director, Deirdre Behan: FX Lead

Best Irish Feature Film or Special: Wander over Yonder: My Fair Hatey – Producer: Peter Lewis, Director: Gillian Comerford, Animation Director: Pete Slattery/Stephen McGann


“This, you know, what you’re feeling now, it gets multiplied by 10 when you’re 34 and you’re not the hot young thing anymore. But that’s not you. You don’t have to worry about that yet.” 1 Night (2017)

My Best Friend’s Wedding Part One

Originally posted by buckypupbarnes

Based on the film: My Best Friend’s Wedding. I will be following the plot but not entirely. I really hope you guys enjoy part one :) 

It was a typical Saturday night and you were on your sofa eating Chinese takeout completely content. After a long week, you needed time to relax and to unwind. You were wearing your favorite joggers and a hoodie since the weather in Seattle was getting colder and colder. 

Your phone rang while you were in the middle of an episode of Gilmore Girls. You had seen the episodes a million times but couldn’t stop yourself from rewatching them over and over again. You grabbed the phone from the coffee table in front of you and saw your best friend’s image on the screen. 

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Mads Mikkelsen and Ben Mendelsohn bromance in the collection of quotes:

- Who is most likely to brighten your day [on set]?

Mads: “Ben.”


Ben: “I didn’t dream Mads would be as much fun as he is. I was intimidated by him… Yeah, I was. Mads is a great actor, he’s an incredible powerfull communicator of whatever feeling that he wants to tell you about. And he’s a joy to be around. I sang to him a lot.”


Mads: “I love him. There was never a dull moment on set with him. He’s just fucking mad - in the absolutely best meaning of the word. Talented, professional … and the opposite as well. He’s wonderful.”


- What was the best part of working on this film?

Ben: “The relationships we made.”

Mads: “Awwwww!”


Mads: “So that was wonderful. I spent a lot of time with Ben and that was hilarious. He’s a very funny man and he makes the day just fly by.”


- What was your fave moment working on Rogue One?

Mads: “It must definitely be meeting this gentleman here, Ben Mendelsohn, who has the ability to switch off when they say ‘cut’ and start singing and dancing. And I love every second of it.”


Ben: “Probably my most fun day was working with Mads in Iceland. We had not met before, but very soon we were singing and dancing together. And then we went and got drunk. And then we were on… the cou…”

Mads: “[Grins.] Couch?”

Ben: “Yeah, drinking.”


Mads: “I spend a lot of time with Ben. He’s very hard not to love. So yes, that became very brotherly really fast for us.”


- If you were stranded on a desert island with one castmate, who would it be?

Mads: “Ben Mendelsohn. He’s hysterically funny. I would stay on a desert island with him for a couple of days… I’m sure he’d be man enough to provide me with food and water if I get injured.”

Ben: “Mads Mikkelsen. I would happily be stranded on a desert island with Mads.”


Mads: “Personally he’s one of the funniest people I’ve ever met. He can definitely keep up the energy on every set in the world.”


Ben: “He invented it, and I built it. And that’s the most exciting thing. And together we are the Death Star.”


- Choose between: ‘I love you’ and 'I know’.

Ben: “I love you.”

Mads: “I know.”


- How about you two being the next same-sex couple in the Star Wars universe?

Ben: “Well, we do have a dyed-in-the-wool bromance. But the next? Only if they go back and do an heroic retelling.”

Mads: “But there is a seed planted, definitely.”


Bonus from Ben’s wife twitter:

Finally watched Assassin's Creed!

You know, I just don’t get it. I don’t get how critics can skewer a movie so badly. Even with its flaws, Assassin’s Creed is hardly, HARDLY, as bad as they’ve made it out to be. And trust me, I definitely see the flaws. My main problem was, even as a fan of the games, I still felt it was lacking in the story department. And the scenes of the past were the best parts of the film so more could have been done with those. But remember, this film is just one entry in a vast mythos; a part of a whole and not to be taken just as is. This is one film. Hopefully they will ignore the hatred and continue with at least two more movies to fully flesh out the story. But to me, this was the best video game adaptation so far.