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Ewan McGregor, Santino Fontana, Laura Osnes, Patrick Stewart, Jim Carrey, and Sarah Brightman Hit the High Seas in The Pirates of Penzance

From The Hollywood Reporter:

Gilbert and Sullivan’s beloved musical is returning to the big screen: The Pirates of Penzance will launch in June 2018 under writer-director Wes Anderson (The Grand Budapest Hotel). Heading up the cast are Ewan McGregor (Mortdecai) as the Pirate King, Patrick Stewart (X-Men: Days of Future Past) as Major-General Stanley, Jim Carrey (Dumb and Dumber To) as the Sergeant of Police, and musical theater legend Sarah Brightman (The Phantom of the Opera) as Ruth. The film will also reunite Broadway stalwarts Santino Fontana and Laura Osnes (Rodgers + Hammerstein’s Cinderella) as hapless lovers Fredric and Mabel. This will mark the third adaptation of the comic operetta, following the 1983 film starring Kevin Kline and 1982’s flop The Pirate Movie.

Read the full article here.

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I went to the 48 hour film finals last night and my friend, Barnaby Fredric’s group won!

Their criteria was.. The genre was Musical, they had to have a character called ‘Harper Harrison’ who is thoughtless, the line “Oh really” and they had to use bread as a prop. It’s probably one of the best things I’ve ever seen… they put it all together in under 48 hours and it’s INCREDIBLE. Watch it. Just watch it. It has the Meladoodle seal of approval for sure.

So… guess who shoulda been in bed a couple hours ago but got distracted working on a ref for Aimi and Rikuto’s dad? *coughs* Yaaa… considering how late it is and how tired I am, this will probably be tweeked tomorrow when I’m awake but yes. XP Here is their father, Fredric. At least now you can see who Rikuto got his freckles from. (One of their brothers also inherited the freckles, the other didn’t.)

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Epilogue 2: All good here.

And here ends the “Lyra Arc.” Thirteen months ago, almost to the day, Bonbon stepped off the train at Canterlot Station, and this arc began in earnest. This has been the longest weekend of my life. An incredible number of events have occurred between the start of this arc and its conclusion tonight, but I am glad that I have been able to continue telling the story of our Canterlot Musicians through it all. And I am thankful to all of you for following and providing your questions and warm sentiments to the comic. 

Allow me to share a moment of insight. When I originally began the Canterlot Academy of Music, I had planned for it to be a very ask-centric blog, like many of the others on tumblr. However, the blog evolved into a much more story driven work, one that I am pleased to work with. I am happy to see that people have responded well to this, and continue to send interesting questions and comments. There’s more to say on this matter, but I’ll save that for Saturday.

It has been a long road to reach this point, and there is much yet that I would like to tell. I hope that you will continue to enjoy the Academy. Thank you again for being so kind, so patient, and for being generally wonderful people.

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Postman’s Park

Formerly headquarters for the General Post Office of London, and built on the burial grounds of what was St. Botolph’s Aldersgate Church, Postman’s Park is a memorial to those who died heroically, albeit at times unusually.
In 1887 artist George Fredric Watts proposed a memorial to “heroism in every-day life.” It took many years for Watts’ vision to be realized, but finally in 1900, a wall of ceramic plaques commemorating the brave Victorians who had given up their lives for the common man was unveiled in Postman’s Park.

Each plaque tells, quite frankly, how the commemorated died. While the accounts can be moving in their forthright simplicity, a whiff of the grimness of Victorian life can be detected through the brightly colored plaques.

“Teasing sweat with tongue
from furrowed brow
as you cry for release,
your bonds unseen
yet bind you still
as I give you no peace.
Tongue lips well practiced mouth
cause pleasure
close to pain,
and teeth join in
to graze the skin
as I taste of you again.
Subservient my willing slave
my famine
and my feast,
I hunger still
and always will
for beauty for my beast.
Now bend and break
taste of my ache
my poison and my shame,
now buck and writhe
and feel alive
as I leave from where you came.”

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This is Fredric. Fredric is an amazing, beautiful, popular, and STUNNING Incubus original character by Tumblr user Supadong. He is also an EXEMPLARY example of what it means to be an Incubus. He’s gorgeous, lustful, desired, and human, and is a valued ‘Seller’ to his customers, patrons and patients. And when I say human, I mean he’s believable, almost like a real person in our dimensional plane. He’s not just a sex god, he has feelings and emotions, and he appears to age. Being an Incubus, to me at least, means not only that they Desire and Seek for their next 'dish’, but that they are also Desired and Sought after. I’m probably going in WAY over my head explaining somebody’s OC, and I’ve probably already messed up in some way, but this is for the most part, my review on him. In some way, I must be correct however, because he has started a brand new uprising of Incubi and Sucubi  original characters through which Supa has INSPIRED others, including myself, to create. Supa, if you’re reading this, you are a wonderful, amazing, funny, knowledgeable, and imaginable person, and from all of us (Your other followers and myself), we want you to stay you. Keep rockin girl, and Fredric, keep rockin out with your cock out! :D