I’ve got some pretty nice recommendations to share.
I’m in the mood for some Sally singing Susan, The Happy Trotting Elf~
Though, moment starts exactly at 1:11
I’m Susan the happy trotting elf! I trot and trot, and bounce and bounce, and smile a lot, and that’s what counts! I’m Susan the happy trotting smile a-lotting elf! I’m polite so just for clarity, when I’m cross I say “Apparently!”
Day 01 – A show that should have never been canceled
Day 02 – A show that you wish more people were watching
Day 03 – Your favorite new show ( aired this t.v season)
Glee – I don’t think people get why I watch it.
Day 04 – Your favorite show ever
Buffy the Vampire Slayer
Day 05 – A show you hate
CSI Miami – I was gonna say some reality tv, but it seemed unfair.
No software for work at the moment… so I’m watching clips on YouTube.
No need for office time for YouTube surfing, right?
Don’t miss out on Steve’s rant.
I still think I’m a combo of Sally, Susan and Steve all together.
From the New York Times comes an article that talks about how some casting directors and directors are reacting to butchered surgery jobs on actors…
Independent casting directors like Mindy Marin, who worked on the Jason Reitman film “Up in the Air,” are urging talent agents to discourage clients from having surgery, particularly older celebrities who, she contends, are losing jobs because their skin is either too taut or swollen with filler. Said Ms. Marin: “What I want to see is real.”
Even extras get the once-over. Sande Alessi, who helped cast the “Pirates of the Caribbean” movies, said she offers to photograph actresses in their bathing suits, telling them they can keep the photo for their audition books.
Professional courtesy? Not exactly. Moviemakers prefer actresses with natural breasts for costume dramas and period films. So much so that when the Walt Disney Company recently advertised for extras for the new “Pirates” film, the casting call specified that only women with real breasts need apply. By taking a photograph, Ms. Alessi said, “we don’t have to ask, we will know.”
Talent > Plastic Looks… right?
Please someone tell that to Reality TV not even worth mentioning here.
And I love photos with wrinkles… of course, not MY photos with wrinkles, but I do love my movable face… even though my mother keeps telling me to stop making faces. So I’m kinda taking the Sally approach to limit of facial expressions hahahahaha.