Woke up to see people on twitter shouting at me about the Golden Globes nominations, found the list on Variety, and lo and behold:
4. BEST MOTION PICTURE – COMEDY OR MUSICAL
di Bonaventura Pictures; Summit Entertainment
Avoiding going outside today. The Komodo Dragon Flu is apparently doing the rounds locally again, and I already feel a bit pre-fluey. Doesn’t matter how good your immune system is, if you’re trapped in a small post office with twenty other people and they’re all coughing, you’re going to end up fighting something off. As I’ve said many times before: if there’s one thing I hate, it’s people. So it’s just me, a hopefully endless supply of coffee, and two scripts I need to put a stake through. And you and the world. Good morning.
- “Di Bonaventura Sees Old People; Scores with Red” (gointothestory.com)
- ‘RED’ gets sly? Bruce Willis film borrows from ‘Expendables’ playbook (herocomplex.latimes.com)
- The Founder Of Modern British Comics (warrenellis.com)
- GUEST INFORMANT: Charlie Huston (warrenellis.com)