' ' Cinema Romantico: 2/21/2012?

Thursday, February 16, 2012


The Mayans have long predicted the end of the world would occur on 12/21/2012. Is it possible the Mayans got it right save for one digit?

Cinema Romantico has long predicted the end of the world would occur when Tonya S. Holly's (sort of) remake of the landmark 1967 masterpiece (and one of my favorite movies) "Bonnie and Clyde" starring Hilary Duff finally entered production.

Hilary Duff, as is known, was released from the film, possibly preventing the apocalypse. However, upon in-depth and exceptionally scholarly consultation of my cinematic astrological charts, I have confirmed that unfortunately Lindsay Pulsipher's presence in the role originally intended for Hilary Duff does not negate this ultimate cataclysm.

And next Tuesday, 2/21/2012, "The Story Of Bonnie and Clyde" as directed by Tonya S. Holly is set to begin principle photography.

The end is nigh. Prepare accordingly, and thanks for reading.


Andrew K. said...

""...I'm a very visual person. When I'm reading a script or if I'm preparing for a scene I really like to create the story in a visual sense. I take myself out of the character completely and almost watch the character as a spectator, if that makes sense. I'm observing the character as a third person. So I don't make it too personal so that she's her own person. I read it like I do a novel. When you read a book you create this image in your head of what these people are doing and the story in your head is more of a visual thing. I guess that I do that with scripts, too. I almost look at it as a spectator as opposed to being right in it. I know that sounds cheesy but then I feel like I can then learn from watching it if that makes sense".

Via Wikipedia, Lindsay on her acting technique. Hee, hee.

Nick Prigge said...

Did Lindsay Pulsipher going to the Acting School With James Lipton? This is worse than I thought!

Sam Fragoso said...

But Duff is such a great actress, right?

Nick Prigge said...

I think it's generally believed Duff was rubbed of a Best Supporting Actress Nomination for "Cheaper By The Dozen 2."

But seriously...maybe we should put together an Act-Off! between Duff and Pulsipher with Faye Dunaway as the judge. And then Faye could just berate them both with insults.

SJHoneywell said...

*And then Faye could just beat them to death with a tire iron.

Fixed that for ya.

Nick Prigge said...

And Faye would do it too!

Sigh. They just don't make Dunaways anymore.

Castor said...

It was good knowing you Nick!

Nick Prigge said...

You too, my friend. You too.