This super cool Pink Neon Sign may (or may not) be the official movie prop seen in the apartment of Michelle Pfeiffer’s Catwoman from Tim Burton’s 1992 film, Batman Returns. I mean, it’s for sale on Amazon, so anyone could own it. However, I did see it in the Hollywood Museum tucked away in a large vitrine brimming with a collection of authentic Catwoman costumes and assorted ephemera from the various actresses who’ve played that character — both in films and on TV. So, all signs point to be it being the real thing, as they say.
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Instagram Photo of The Week: Rosemary’s Baby Mural
Can those us familiar with the 1968 horror classic Rosemary’s Baby all agree that this scene of the eponymous character’s desperate call from a phone booth is one of the most nail-biting moments in the movie? And now . . .it’s a fantastically hyperrealistic mural in NYC’s East Village! I spotted this work of by Street Artist @bkfoxx on New Year’s Day.
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Shark Attack Movie Prop!
OK, it’s time: The Mother All Shark Attacks has arrived. This collection of memorabilia and props from the 1975 movie — and pop culture touchstone — Jaws was spotted at the Hollywood Museum, which I visited on my recent trip to California. If you’re in the area, the museum is super fun and very worth the $15 admission price!
Shark Attack on the Wall!
Pink Thing of The Day: Humping Inflatable Flamingos
Confession: Longer ago than I can even remember, I had a weekly ritual where I’d get on the phone with a friend living in Atlanta and together we’d watch episodes of ABC’s The Bachelor (or The Bachelorette). We would spend the hour laughing our asses off, making fun of all the sad, desperate idiots on the show. After a few mind-numbing seasons, however, I just couldn’t take it anymore and had to stop watching. This was back before the show really started to get ridiculous, so you can only imagine how far downhill it’s gone. Continue reading Pink Thing of The Day: Humping Inflatable Flamingos
Why Foreign Language Theaters Are Becoming Popular
Whether we’re talking about a classic movie theater or a theater where live stage productions take place, the speaking of foreign languages is growing more popular worldwide. This is partially because of cultural globalization, and the use of professional film-dubbing by skilled voice actors. Suppose we add various technology solutions that would allow choosing a preferred language and hearing the audio section of the movie — or a theater production — through headphones. In that case, the choice can add value to the experience and expand the possibility of learning about foreign cinema. Continue reading Why Foreign Language Theaters Are Becoming Popular