According to AdAge, PepsiCo is planning to do something with the infamous Crystal Pepsi brand. I have to say, I’ve never had the pleasure of knowing how it tastes, but I have seen the ads.
Here's a neat infographic-type, sort of poster illustration of 100 famous costumes from characters in movies, television and video games. It's fun to see the outfits that are instantly recognizable (superheroes, Star Wars, etc.) against those that require a little memory refreshment (The Breakfast Club, Rebel…
The coin-operated kiddie ride. Once the delight of children, now they are increasingly relegated to nostalgic memory. As they should be. Everyone remembers the sheer pleasure you got as a wee child, when your parents handed you a quarter, and you were able to climb aboard and set off in a grand adventure.…
Welcome back to Existentialism in Pop Culture, where I explore various television shows, movies, and comic books that have existential themes. Here is part one.
Existentialism is a complex philosophy, the main gist of which is that the world is essentially meaningless and that humans must make their own choices in order to imbue meaning for themselves and the world. It's a complicated philosophy, but one that has been the subject of numerous books, as well as, surprisingly, a…
This isn't a new theory, but it's gone somewhat viral in recent weeks, with numerous sites and outlets citing journalist Daniel Loxton's October 2013 article, The Loch Ness Monster's Hollywood Origins.
Image spoiler for SPN9e16, Blade Runners, follows:
People are concerned about pop culture aging badly. It's a natural response from a creative standpoint because as artists we all want our work to endure. It's human nature to want our work to endure - so it's human nature to be concerned with how badly pop culture is going to age.
I think Anything 2: Electric Boogaloo is the most flexible for your snappy sequel naming purposes, as evinced downthread, but I'm not averse to a Version 2: The Gerunding under special circumstances. What works for you? Especially if you don't need to imply the sequel will be unwatchable?
Pretty great talk about the show, episodes, guest, and stories about the writing room.
Would have been so awesome to have seen some of the writing sessions for the Halloween episodes.