Haven’t done any hand drawn animation in months, so I decided to do this little dance animation. It’s kinda rough, some proportions are off in frames, but if I ever get back to this, I’ll clean this up later. Enjoy!
“Gangster Squad” director Ruben Fleischer is set to direct Lionsgate’s “Jekyll,” the studio’s new take on the “Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde.” Chris Evans is attached to star.
Based on the six-episode BBC One Television mini-series from 2007, the show followed a modern-day descendant of Jekyll who begins to exhibit the trademark split personality. The father and husband abandons his family, without explaining why, and lives in a fortified basement with a psychiatric nurse as his ally. When they strap the doctor to a metal chair, she watches him transform into an alter ego who rages, shows heightened strength and speed, and can also be a charming, flirtatious scoundrel as well. The two personalities try to coexist, even though one doesn’t remember what the other does while in control of the body.
Once “the proverbial family table” is set, everyone comes to “feast,” and the meal in question is the music of Leonard Cohen. So says Cohen’s road manager Joseph Carenza III, who has presided over Notes from the Road since July 2010, chronicling the travels of Cohen and company with photograph after photograph.
In the new year, Carenza wants to take that Tumblr to another level. He says that while actually on tour, there was “no way I could honor people’s time and attention,” given all the things he had to do. Now that he has a bit more free time and a slightly more fleshed-out crew, he’s trying to think of ways to reach “outward.”
The International Song Explainer: #1 — “Enxugando Gelo” (Dry Ice)
Let’s talk about Bernardo Santos—aka B Negão—and the title track off his 2003 album. Let’s talk about how good it is. Let’s talk about a country that has choros, sambas, forró, bossa novas, capoeira, and still manages to find the time to have a great hip hop scene, too.
A friend and I sometimes indulge in a fit of communiques stacking up the songs of our respective cities against the other. Being a Paulinista (a citizen of São Paulo), she highlights Os Mutantes and “Trem Das Onze” by Adoniran Barbosa. With Boston as my adopted home, I send her the sing-alongs of Jonathan Richman and The Dropkick Murphys.
And yet I want to find a track in her backyard she’s never heard or seen, and this—Negão’s work—is my current best bet. Even though he believes in copyleft, even though he took part in the closing ceremony handover during the London 2012 Olympics, even though he could live near her, I still want to share this song and know this song and singer, who speaks of avoiding
…credores-comedores-de-cabeça, agiotas ultra magnéticos (além de outras aves de rapina menos cotadas) de butuca
Head-eating-creditors, ultra magnetic pawnbrokers (and other birds of prey not quoted) of gnat flies…
and who jokingly says
Corte pra outra cena, sem anestesia.
Cut to another scene without anaesthesia.
and who then takes what looks like a swipe against the kind of culture Brazilian musician Gilberto Gil has promoted, saying
Naquela fase da vida em que a conjunção “tempo-é-dinheiro” é quase como um eclipse Cidadãos passeiam por jardins floridos, tendo como fundo o céu decorado por mísseis (em queda) Subsídio da vida para o cultivo de poetas Subsídio da mídia para o cultivo de amebas Inseminação natural de idéias Minha mente é como um quilombo moderno: lugares para todos os pensamentos refugiados pela insensatez reinante no planeta terra.
At the stage of life in which the conjunction “time-is-money” is almost like an eclipse, People walk by flower gardens, against the background of a sky decorated with missiles (falling) Lifetime allowance for cultivation of poets Media subsidy for growing amoebae Natural insemination of ideas My mind is like a modern quilombo (hinterlands): places for all the thought-refugees with folly reigning on planet Earth.