Well, it's finally here. The most over-hyped reboot/sequel is here with all of it's acquisition related controversy, dark side Jar Jar theories, and crossguard lightsaber arguments has finally landed in theatres. All of these moments, simple distractions to occupy us until the tickets were acquired and the popcorn was buttered. Chances are, you only want to know one thing: "Is it good? No really... how good is it? It better be good... IT NEEDS TO BE."Add a comment
You go to your favorite doughnut shop and you buy a box of hot, sticky, glazed doughnuts. They're fresh and shiney. You get home, change into your favorite sweats, pour a cold glass of milk, and dig in. The next day, you open the box and heat up a doughnut. It's still pretty good. It's sticky and soft, but it's not exactly as good as the first one you had. Let's say, you go back to the box a few days later. Now they're stale and cold. The glaze has hardened; it crumbles when you eat it. You want to recapture the deliciousness of the first, but you settle for the old one because, well, you've already invested in the dozen.
This is how I am beginning to feel about Game of Thrones.Add a comment
First, let me start by saying that I have been in fifty plus theatre and film productions in the last thirteen years, so I have been on more than my fair share of auditions. I am confident that I have made mistakes that may have cost me roles. Recently, however, I have stepped to the other side of the table as a casting director and I have been shocked at some of the things actors say and do that paint them in a bad light. As an actor, you should put forth the extra effort to present yourself well, and here are five things you can easily do correctly to leave a great impression!Add a comment