Hello folks! What’s happening in your world? As you can imagine my life is still pretty much consumed by my short film… and will be so for at least the next year.
Hearts Want is currently on post production now, specifically in editing… where most of the magic of filmmaking happens. In the meantime, I’ve been busy working on getting the page up on IMDb, as well as planning our Kickstarter campaign that would hopefully launch sometime in mid June.
We need to get the word out about our film, and I do believe social media is a big part of that. So would you be so kind as to LIKE our FB page…
Well, suffice to say I haven’t got much time for anything else. So pardon my lack of visit and comments to your blogs folks. But I do miss doing the community blogging thing on here, so I think this is as good a time as any.
So let’s get to those fine links now shall we?
I’m so thrilled that Wonder Woman is resonating in a big way w/ both critics and audiences alike. Over $100mil box office take, people, woot woot!!
Mark wrote about 12 Angry Men (1957) for the Decades Blogathon
Cindy‘s posted some gorgeous pics of cacti blooming in her hometown of Arizona
In honor of Roger Moore’s passing, Alex posted anecdotes from the late 007 actor
Nostra reviewed one of my fave films from last year, Hidden Figures
Last but not least…
Michael has a new entry of his ‘Same Song Different Movie’ series featuring Sinnerman by Nina Simone
Professor Marston & the Wonder Women Teaser
Well, talk about perfect timing. A few days after Wonder Woman opened with a box office smash, Annapurna Pictures, which unsurprisingly is founded by a woman (Megan Ellison) released this teaser…
Per SlashFilm, Professor Marston and the Wonder Women is a biopic about the three people responsible for creating DC’s most famous female hero.
Professor Marston & The Wonder Women is the story behind the creator of Wonder Woman and his unusual relationships that inspired the iconic super heroine. In a superhero origin tale unlike any other, this is the true story of 1940s Harvard psychologist Dr. William Moulton Marston (Luke Evans), the inventor of the lie detector and creator of the iconic Wonder Woman, who defends his feminist superhero against charges of ‘sexual perversity’ while at the same time maintaining a secret that could have destroyed him. Unknown to others, Marston’s inspiration for Wonder Woman was his wife Elizabeth Marston (Rebecca Hall) and their lover Olive Byrne (Bella Heathcote), two empowered women in the field of psychology who defied convention, building a secret life together with Marston that rivaled the greatest of superhero disguises.
I’m really curious about this one, and I quite like the cast too. Check out the awesome teaser poster!
What do you think of this teaser trailer?