And Tom Hopper apparently recovered from whatever state of lunacy he was in when he made his original choice.
SO WE HAVE SAMANTHA BARKS, AARON TVEIT, COLM WILKINSON, FRANCES RUFFELLE, HUGH JACKMAN, AMANDA SEIFRIED (she can sing, okay? She can hit high notes and is cute and blonde. That’s all Cosette requires.)…..SUDDENLY THIS MOVIE HAS THE POTENTIAL TO BE AMAZING.
That awkward moment when you’re just up at 2am writing an article for the school newspaper about the upcoming theater festival….
AND YOU SUDDENLY DISCOVER THAT ONE OF THE THEATER/DANCE TEACHERS AT YOUR SCHOOL IS A SUPER LEGIT PROFESSIONAL CHOREOGRAPHER WHO HAS BEEN ON BROADWAY AND WON A SHITTON OF AWARDS AND CHOREOGRAPHED PROFESSIONAL SHOWS AND IS CURRENTLY WORKING ON A BROADWAY SHOW AND ALL OF THIS CRAZY AWESOME STUFF AND OH HEY YOU’RE FRIENDS WITH HIM ON FACEBOOK AND HE CHOREOGRAPHED YOUR FALL MUSICAL AND HE SAYS HI TO YOU IN THE HALLS AND WTF IS THIS LIFE I LIVE?
I feel like this is someone everyone in my theater department already was aware of and I was somehow not informed….
Just read an article about how grim the future of publishing will look if Barnes and Noble goes under and Amazon takes over and publishes everything directly themselves as ebooks. Basically my chances of making a living would go from slim to zero. Brb, raging at the world.
If anyone is wonderig where I’ve been…I’m about half way through The Hunger Games trilogy….not really understanding the hype. Mostly, I’m just trudging through because I feel culturally obligated at this point.
Just got to the bit about the new rules for the Quarter Quell…..really? You couldn’t have devised something else? I don’t feel like reading another book in which people kill eachother in an arena. Seriously. These books just make me grumpy. I don’t even like Katniss much at all.
This is a bizarre and random question but does anyone know of any good sources for information on vaudeville? I’ve got a couple of characters floating around in my head who want a story written about them but I need to do a bit of research first…
It was basically a birthday of books. I got TFiOS, the nook, a nice copy of Perks of Being A Wallflower, Stephen King’s On Writing, and The Success Secrets of Sherlock Holmes. Which I’ve been told is spectacular.
Just took the wrong train all the way to the end of the line and didn’t notice until the conductor told me it was the last stop because I was too busy knitting and listening to music. Now I won’t get home until 8.