Is “dance the shit out of it” really a useful mantra in an activity that requires years of training, intense concentration, and technical precision more than enthusiasm?
Did you read the New Yorker‘s profile of Ethan Stiefel last year? If you got the chance to write a New Yorker profile about a cast member from a third-rate teen movie from 2000, who would you choose? I’d probably pick Robert Ri’chard from Alley Cats Strike.
How much of the movie do you think you could still quote verbatim, if you had to? Eighty percent? Ninety? More
We’re looking forward to seeing The Black Swan – and Rodarte’s designs – this weekend, but we also remember that Natalie Portman isn’t the only ballerina worth staring at, openmouthed (and these ones did it with less blood and insanity).
The Social Network premieres tonight! Are you excited? Yes? Us too! Here’s a funny parody of it! What about Burlesque? How awesome and campy is Burlesque going to be? You say you’re excited about it, too?
Well, stop it. You need to save all your excitement for Black Swan, because we’re pretty sure it’s going to be the best movie ever. The psychological thriller centers around Natalie Portman as a ballerina who has to suppress her demons when she stars in Swan Lake. If the trailer alone isn’t enough to convince you, here’s why: More