celluloid dreams

‘Rabbi Jacob’ Sequel In Works; Essie Davis Joins ‘Andorra’ – Global Briefs
It’s been more than 40 years since classic French comedy Les Aventures Du Rabbi Jacob became the No. 1 movie of 1973 — and now it’s getting a sequel. Oscar nominee Danièle Thompso…
By Nancy Tartaglione

It looks like Essie is keeping busy! It was just announced that she is joining the already impressive cast of Andorra.

“She joins the previously announced ensemble of Guy Pearce, Toni Collette, Gillian Anderson, Clive Owen, Joanna Lumley, Riccardo Scamarcio, Eamon Farren and Vanessa Redgrave. Shooting starts in April in Italy on the adaptation of the novel by Peter Cameron about a bookseller seeking a new life in the tiny titular country, where he becomes involved with a cast of offbeat locals and the suspect in a murder investigation. Celluloid Dreams is handling international sales. “

So Wynand viciousnarcissus and I went on a mini movie blitz because Redbox is the devil, and I’ve only got five things to say.

  1. I still can’t get over B.C.’s non-Euclidean Pleistocene-Era face, but he makes a good neuroatypical WWII-era mathemetician inventor, and since he’s an actor and not a bloody supermodel, I respect that (The Imitation Game)
  2. I mean, if I gotta get murdered by you, at least look sexy while you’re doing it. There’s nothing worse than getting passively murdered except, I guess, getting murdered in the first place (No Good Deed)
  3. It has really gotten to the point where I develop automatic affection for people with impeccable routines and living spaces. You’re beautiful. Let Me live with you and iron your shirts and dust your baseboards. Also, Denzel makes a stellar Roland Deschain I’m so in love (The Equalizer)
  4. and this is why I don’t need to fuck with temporal anything, you keep your goddamn voodoo-TARDIS violin case to yourself bro, I got enough problems (Predestination)
  5. this man got no goddamn right to be that adorable and no I’m not fucking crying, there’s just a singularity in My eye, also HELLO, T R I A D (The Theory of Everything)