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“Generations-coming summer 2017” is an artwork made by Alex Ross that seems to be an upcoming big event on the Marvel Universe


As some of you may or may not know my new film ALL THE WILDERNESS releases on 2/20/15. I am trying to get the word out so everyone can see it. It is a very beautiful, powerful and exciting movie that I am lucky I got to be a part of. It is playing in these cities:

New York, NYVillage East
Los Angeles, CA Laemmle NoHo
Atlanta, GAPlaza
Houston, TXAMC Studio
Phoenix, AZAMC Arizona Center
Denver, COAMC Cherry Creek
Philadelphia, PAAMC Neshaminy

Anyone out there write for a school newspaper or school bulletin? If so, I’d love to do an interview for a school paper or newsletter about the movie to get the word out! Please DM me and spread the word! Tweet, facebook, instagram, tell your friends, tell your friends to tell their friends, scream it on the street, talk about it, see it, and enjoy it! Thank you! 


A Nation Remembers: A Look Around America On Memorial Day

All pictures courtesy of USA Today.

Picture descriptions (from top to bottom right):

  1. World War II Army veteran Jimmy Bishop Jr., 87, of Old Bridge, N.J., reacts as he looks at the names on the Vietnam Veterans Memorial for the first time. “I get more emotional now then I did when I was a kid fighting,” says Bishop, who fought on the Pacific front during WWII.  Jacquelyn Martin, AP
  2. Isis Stevens, 8, of Bethesda, Md., waves a small U.S. flag at passing motorcycle riders during the Rolling Thunder Ride for Freedom. At left is her mother, Simone Stevens, whose brother Sadiq Stevens serves in the U.S. Air Force.  Jacquelyn Martin, AP
  3. World War II veteran Carl Beck, 88, left, who parachuted into Normandy and fought in the Siege of Bastogne as part of the Battle of the Bulge, is embraced by Korean War Veteran Jim Conway during a Meet Our Veterans event in Sandy Springs, Ga., on May 25.  Curtis Compton, Atlanta Journal & Constitution via AP
  4. Mariana Cardenaz, 5, of San Diego, looks at a small U.S. flag while attending a Memorial Day event at Arlington National Cemetery in Virginia. Her father, Army Staff Sgt. Michael Cardenaz, was killed serving in Afghanistan in 2010.  Jacquelyn Martin, AP
  5. President Obama lays a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, Va. He led the nation in remembering its war heroes, the fallen, and those who served and are serving their country in a Memorial Day tribute.  Susan Walsh, AP
  6. Robert Becker sounds ‘Taps’ during a Memorial Day ceremony at Blandford Cemetery in Petersburg, Va.  Patrick Kane, The Progress-Index via AP
  7. Chatham County Veteran of the year Bob Cutler, left, and Command Sgt. Maj. Christopher Gilpin,the 3rd Infantry Division’s senior enlisted leader, lays a wreath for Memorial Day at Bonaventure Cemetery in Savannah, Ga.  Steve Bisson, Savannah Morning News via AP
  8. Raymonde Murphy walks past the flag-adorned graves after visiting the grave of her husband, William Murphy, a World War II veteran, at the National Memorial Cemetery of Arizona in Phoenix.  Ross D. Franklin, AP
  9. The Color Guard, led by Frank Ramirez, right, from the George K. Gannam American Legion Post 184 raises a new flag to half-staff during a Memorial Day ceremony at Bonaventure Cemetery in Savannah, Ga.  Steve Bisson, Savannah Morning News via AP
  10. At the State Veterans Cemetery in LIttle Falls, Minn., Raymond Flicek, 92, of Baxter pays his respects to his wife, Etta, who passed away in 2012 of Lou Gehrig’s disease. Flicek served in the army from 1943-45 as a reconnaissance man and drove around on a Harley Davidson.  Richard Tsong-Taatarii, The Minneapolis Star Tribune via AP