Cleolinda Jones (cleolinda) wrote,
Cleolinda Jones
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Read all this in a hoarsely faint voice

Let's have a quick linkspam.


@scott_tobias: R.I.P. Ray Harryhausen. A true movie magician, and a master of wondrous, tactile effects that no combination of ones and zeroes can match.

@jenyamato: Here's a little Ray Harryhausen celebration I put together back in 2011, for his 91st birthday.

@comingsoonnet: Watch Iron Man 3's Stylish End Credits.

@simonpegg: Will be on Jimmy Kimmel tonight. The other guest is called Robert Downey something. Can't recall.






@comingsoonnet: First Photos of Sophie Okonedo and Zoe Kravitz in After Earth.

START THE COUNTDOWN @comingsoonnet: Ewan McGregor Replaces Bradley Cooper in Jane Got a Gun.

@TheCut Jennifer Lawrence totally photobombed at the #metgala and it's the best thing ever.


I was going to save all this and put it in front of the next recap, but then there was too much. Speaking of the next episode,

@BryanFuller: .@GillianA MAKES A RETURN TO AMERICAN TELEVISION THIS WEEK ON #HANNIBAL THURSDAY 1OPM pic.twitter.com/NJx0KGiJHW

you might want to write that down on your calendar, if relevant to your interests. (Speaking of whom, my new favorite Tumblr. "face of trying to imagine the trouble mulder’s gotten himself into in 36 hours alone and getting a little overwhelmed by one’s own imagination.")


@particle_p: @cleolinda I almost bought this on the basis of the title. twitpic.com/coztt7


Share photos on twitter with Twitpic


‏@cleolinda: I love how concerned that one llama looks.

@Jurisfiction16: I would love to see Hannibal's soulful sketches of Clarice holding a fully-grown llama in her lap.

Maybe it can be a petite lap llama?


I don't know how one of the show's editors found me, but here's an interesting bit of information:

(SPOILER for the end of the previous episode):

@arrakisfilm: ... And the decision to end the episode back in front of the fireplace for Hannibal's final sip was not scripted.

@cleolinda: The show played me like a violin this week, I have to say. (How was it scripted originally?)

@arrakisfilm: It was to end on the attack on Miriam. After seeing how Mads and Laurence played it, going back to them made perfect sense.

@cleolinda: It really, really did. I'm fascinated by the mix of expressions there--"I'm truly sorry" and then looking... kind of pleased?

Like, savoring both the drink and the memory? Because maybe the brandy really was people seriously, he is the worst. It's fascinating to me that he seems to have these emotions that you'd think wouldn't even be able to exist side by side: "I feel sympathy that you lost your trainee, except for the part where I DID IT AND I'D DO IT AGAIN."

Also, regarding "I am so sorry I murderized your protégée, Jack, no really," y'all pointed out two significant lines:

"Amuse-Bouche": "Have you ever lost a pony, Jack?"

Silence of the Lambs: "Jack Crawford sent a trainee... to me?"

I will never hear that line the same way again and I love it.


"Often described as deer-like or bearing the head of a stag, the wendigo... is thought of variously as a malevolent cannibalistic spirit that could possess humans or a monster that humans could physically transform into." o_O

Normally I am wary of arts and crafts, but I found this hilarious in spite of myself.

And also I have a sore throat and am going to lie back down again, the end. *capeswoosh*


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