Can someone tell me about the origins of comic book hero’s costumes? Why are they spandex? Was there a reason? Why are they still spandex? Just some random thoughts I find myself pondering.
“To the people clinging to the notion that female-led pictures are a niche genre, people see them! They make money! The world is round, people!” - Cate Blanchett
(Source: plinys, via kateordie)
Yeah you better look uncertain…
Are these… are these actual quotes from the people who made the ultimate decisions? Because if they’d all actually seen all of the movies then that’d be one thing and I couldn’t argue with their decisions. But if they didn’t even have the decency to do that… and to suggest that an animated film like this wasn’t even worth one person’s time or energy, probably purely because it was animated, that’s an outrage. All the others deserved attention. And even if The Wind Rises was too culturally different to make any impact on an American audience, the least somebody could have done was just LOOK at the stupid thing.
Wow. Just, wow.
Please tell me there’s more to this that people aren’t reading..This can’t be real…
This is from a cartoon brew article that was just published, and it’s real! Sorry I don’t usually reblog things, but my biggest gripe is with people who think animated films are only for kids/all the same, despite how well they do or what they accomplish.
People always like to tell cute stories about how as little kids they dreamed of being this, or being that. But I never truly feel comfortable when they ask me what I dreamed of growing up to be. To be perfectly honest I can’t recall ever really dreaming of being anything. I was too busy. Busy drawing, building, creating my own worlds. So now, as an adult, when people ask me what I want to do with my life, aka. nice nine to five career type job. I tell them I don’t want to be anything. I want to make everything!