My reaction:DoubleD wrote:Well I wasn't sitting there with my stop watch out or nothing, but I'd have to say closer to 2:54.
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Glad you enjoyed it!DoubleD wrote:I'll be able to post some thoughts later, but yeah. It was worth the trip to DC. The space imagery is going to completely blow people away. Their are two shots in particular that I can not get out of my mind.
http://digitalcinema.bydeluxe.com/site/ ... Letter.pdf**PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING TRAILER IS ENCRYPTED AND A KEY WILL BE REQUIRED TO UNLOCK IT**
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Aili wrote:Where did you find this? I subscribe to EW and so a few days early online I get the new issue, but I haven't seen anything about this one yet. I can post the article on here as soon as I get it.
Interviewer: Since you're also in Interstellar, I know Christopher Nolan doesn't like you guys to talk about it, but what do you think he'd do to you if you did? Ellen Burstyn: (me writing now) I'm not sure if her answer is a kind of spoiler so I'm gonna spoilertag it. [Chuckles.] He'd put me throu...
The tagline should have been changed to: "MANKIND WAS BORN IN PARIS. IT WAS NEVER MEANT TO DIE HERE." or "MANKIND WAS BORN ON EARTH. IT WAS NEVER MEANT TO DIE IN PARIS."Sysmatic wrote:To Paris we goDream-Xtractor wrote:Eiffelstellar