It won’t top the Venture Brothers.
Reading up on this, the screenwriter is an ex-cam performer and the director used to direct her cam sessions, so they are starting from a well informed place.
Not sure how many people on this site saw the first one but it was hilarious fun so I’m totally down for this, which just looks like more of the same insanity:
Yeah fair play that looks awesome in every way.
My favorite British actors usually turn out to be Irish.
What’s the first movie?
This is possibly the best socialist revolutionary vanguard ever
I’m sure he’ll make a fine Ebirah
This is actually really amazing, and incredibly rare.
Aardman are not Pixar, but their IP is worth millions, and (while I’m sure it’s founders are all very comfortably well off) they would stand to make a lot more money if they sold everything to Disney or some other major entertainment company.
Of course this isn’t something all companies should do (Pixar have thrived under a larger corporate umbrella) , even if they could, but it shows a commitment to their staff and to keeping the company going for the long term.
“Cracking Toast, Comrade” is a hell of a headline. A+.
Despite what the link below says, Morricone has now denied he ever said anything bad about Tarantino;
“It has come to my attention that Playboy Germany has come out with an article in which I have stated extremely negative comments about Tarantino and his films, and the Academy,” the statement reads. "I have never expressed any negative statements about the Academy, Quentin, or his films — and certainly do not consider his films garbage. I have given a mandate to my lawyer in Italy to take civil and penal action.
"I consider Tarantino a great director. I am very fond of my collaboration with him and the relationship we have developed during the time we have spent together. He is courageous and has an enormous personality. I credit our collaboration responsible for getting me an Oscar, which is for sure one of the greatest acknowledgements of my career, and I am forever grateful for the opportunity to compose music for his film.
Wow. That’s great. I was genuinely a bit shocked to hear that he held him in such low esteem when Tarantino only ever puts Morricone on a pedestal.