Taking things a day at a time

Sunday, March 7, 2010

I'm legit!

Quick update:

On Thursday I saw the marquee for The Princess and the Iso Peanut up at Hawai`i Theatre. I was SO STOKED to see it flashing and scrolling across the top of the theatre building. I was on the bus, and my face just lit up as we passed by. It's way cool to see the name of a show that you're in on the building of a legit theatre. :) So by association, I'm legit, too, since I'm part of the show. Chee-pono!

Also.

We didn't go see Alice In Wonderland this opening weekend, we saw Cop Out today instead. I'm in no rush to see it, it being Alice. Not that I don't wanna see it, I just know what it's about so it's not like I'm dying to find out what the story is going to be about. Plus, the hype about one of my favorite stories and how Hot Topic has made bank off of selling its merchandise kinda really annoys me. I'm anti-mainstream, remember?

OH! And a few more also's.

Jeff Bridges is the man. I'm glad he finally got that Oscar of his. :)

Sandra Bullock has reached her plateau with The Blind Side. Well done.

And I LOVED the tribute to John Hughes tonight during the Oscar's Award show. I had watched The Breakfast Club lots of times, but it wasn't until I started watching it over and over again during my senior year of high school (for my stage adaptation of it I directed) that I really realized that I wanted to act. And it wasn't just acting, but it was the act of storytelling. John Hughes was a wonderful storyteller of such a great milestone in a person's life, for all the good and bad that we experience as teenagers. He was able to capture it and create fantastic stories of characters and events that I personally could relate to. I'm glad to be part of that world of storytelling.

2 Comments:

Blogger J. Cordelia said...

I concur, that's way legit and so are you.

How was Cop Out?

You should have kept your Tumblr account! Haha. That's kind of how it goes though. I had a Twitter for a long time, then I deleted it. Then everyone was telling me about it, so I started again after a while. But it was still boring because I didn't really have friends or take the time to look for celebs that I really like.

But now we know that's not the case, haha.

But, yeah, it's funny how those things happen.

March 7, 2010 at 9:32 PM  
Blogger J. Cordelia said...

Oh, my new screenplay is about a woman who has been estranged from her family for years. She crosses paths with a 12 year old. From there it's one of those odd friendship/coming-of-age stories.

Very vague, right? Haha, sorry. I'm still figuring out what the real story is. But that's the basis of it.

March 7, 2010 at 9:38 PM  

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