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I want Cole to have been that really emotional, expressive kid. I want him to have been really talented at singing or dancing or art or something, and for him to have been really loud and out of the ordinary, but he’s that kid that got bullied for it.
So, he stops singing and dancing, he stops doing the things he loves and is really talented at, he grows his hair out and he acts like he doesn’t care about anything. He acts like he’s too cool to and stops showing his emotions
Queue the Uber Rad Cole™ we’re introduced to in the movie.
I want the kind of development in the film where he’s really seperate from the ninja and acts all closed off, but he actually really cares about them. I want him to see Lloyd and Garmadon fighting and for him to be really sad about it, but too scared to show that he cares about him because of how he was bullied when he was a kid.
But throughout the film, I want him to realise that it’s OK. He can still he Uber Rad and love arts and dancing. I want him to realise that the ninja will still love him the same, and through looking at Garmadon and Lloyd’s situation, it’s so important to tell the ones around you that you love them.
Idk I just threw this together, but I like the idea of him being the way he is because other people made him change. And I want him to grow back into the person he used to be because he really feels the love of the rest of the ninja, who will support him no matter how weird and loud he is. I just love Cole OK someone stop me
Quick question - How do we know what is a bootleg and what is official? I love seeing clips of the show that have been released through legit means but I don’t want to support bootlegs
Unfortunately, there’s not a good quick answer to this. Basically, there’s a contingent of Ham fans who’ve been around since fall/winter 2015, and we eagerly awaited and memorized and giffed each new bit of officially released material as it came out. So we can tell from memory when a high quality video or gif is not from legally filmed and released footage. Poor quality and the video being filmed from above (like from the mezzanine) can be tip-offs, but are not foolproof. Apparently one boot appears to have been filmed from center orchestra, and some footage is surprisingly high quality.
I would like to take this opportunity to sound off on bootleg clips being impossible to avoid for some time now on youtube. They have been flooding my home page recommendations, and probably those of most other Hamilton fans. As most of them are coming from a few main channels that specialize in that kind of thing, I really don’t understand why the production hasn’t gotten most of them removed. I suppose these things are legally complicated but from the outside it looks like it should be fairly simple as those who are providing clips widely and indiscriminately are high profile, centralized sources. (I even bitched to Hamilton producer Jeffrey Sellers about it on twitter *shruggie*.) Also mad because it’s just extra disrespectful to be so open about bootlegs.
I’ve even had an edit of a bootleg clip with the Schuyler Georges #Ham4Ham recommended to me, which is just so… again, disrespectful. It’s a longstanding fandom tradition to share bootlegs among those without access to Broadway on the downlow, and seeing that unspoken rule so blatantly violated in such a large public forum by channels for theatre fans is… it just sucks.
To get back to answering your question, the legal clips are from things like montages released by Broadway.com and the Public Theater (where Hamilton began off-Broadway), a WSJ feature on youtube, clips shown during features on 60 Minutes and CBS Sunday Morning and I think PBS Newshour. There’s like a main Off-Broadway montage and a main Broadway montage. A little more footage was released in the 60 Minutes special that aired just before the Tonys. Some of these videos are in my youtube playlist “Hamilton Orientation”. There’s a thing called the “B-roll,” I think basically that’s the full video that all these clips came from? And a full video of Burn was released officially? I think? at one point. Both have since been removed from youtube (but I still personally consider them fair game). Yet more new footage of the OBC is included in the Hamildoc (officially, “Hamilton’s America,” a feature-length documentary by Alex Horowitz about the making of the show and its relationship to American history) which will air on PBS on October 21.
I don’t have the time, but if someone(s) is able and willing to compile a list of links to all the officially released videos for new folks to be able to familiarize themselves with them (and enjoy them!), that would be awesome. Anyone up for it? I’d love to reblog.
A roundup of posts about Lin on theatre bootlegs and bootlegs of his work online:
Workshop recordings have not been officially released (and Lin does not want them out there) (he has put some of his personally recorded demos on his SoundCloud, though, and some–including Congratations–will be on the Hamilton Mixtape!)
While most horror films tend to be frightening to a degree, there is something quite unsettling about the manner in which a book can affect you in the most personal of ways, and keep you up for hours on end, imagining the terrors creeping inside of your head. Here are ten notable horror films which are adapted from books.
American Psycho by Bret Easton Ellis
Dracula by Bram Stoker
The Exorcist by William Peter Blatty
The Forbidden by Clive Barker (adapted into Candyman)