Avatar’s epic success (Oh you didn’t know?) How to remake an Orphanage: Bond on the Mend (es): Zombie Deadpool land writers who also GI up: Spiderman 4ucked? Tidbits & Trailers: Updates &off topic shit and shit
Live from the Glasgow Dresden, a couple of blocks from Celtic Park and the Pyramid’s shopping centre of the Parkhead Forge.
Well hello there. =D I’ am back in blog form and is has been a while hasn’t it? Hasn’t it just? For which I need to apologise for. Now I just want to make to it clear that the reason I haven’t done a blog for a month or so isn’t because I have now moved on to the podcast world and left this form of creative outlet behind thinking I’m better than writing blogs now. I mean I’m sure I’ll get to that disillusioned state mind soon enough. Lol But it’s just “backstage” stuff with me. I just wasn’t where I needed to be focus wise to do these things the way I like to do them and how you all deserve to read them. It was for the best believe me. What can I say? Winter here is a motherfucker. Lol. And yes U will notice by the intro I’m not in LA, I’m still back here in frozen ass Glasgow. Went home for the holidays and I just haven’t got the chance or been arsed to fly back to LA. But it’s good here…. Kind of… A wee bit…
It was a pain too as I wanted to do some kind of W-E blog which looked back at 2009. I mean by all means it wasn’t the best year for film. 2008 for so many reasons was way better. Yet of course 2009 went on to be a big money earner of H-wood and in the end I guess that’s all the matters. I mean when 2009 was good, it was damn good, but that’s a sentiment I only felt three times or so last year. The rest was meh. The main problem for me is all the remakes, yes I don’t want to keep harping on about it. But you got to remember when I’m putting this together I visit many movie sites and with my hand on my heart I can honestly say that not one week went by when I came across a remake/reboot either being proposed or green lit. Most of them I shared with you. But the others. Well they were just too painful for me to discuss. It would have been like friggin grief counselling if I shared that with U. I think it’s a very lazy creative process to constantly rely on the remake and reboot to shift the cash. I mean ok “The original concept” and an idea doesn’t exist anymore. U can only take what’s done before and give your own personal touch to it. But at least that’s trying on your part. Everything will always remind someone of something. I mean look at James Cameron himself who is first up on the stories this week. Despite his mega success with Avatar, he’s still getting many smart arse fingers pointed at him by them saying Avatar looks like this and that. I mean the folks who do it in a bashing tone btw. Well fuck it, while we’re at it. I’ll say it also reminds me of one half of the Departed. And? Now what? Still doesn’t change the film or take away from it. And I’d still see it and hopefully enjoy it. So all these self righteous fucks who mouth off, complain and think it looks like a bloody Disney film from the 90’s or Dances with Wolves. Here catch, *throws blank paper* write me an original Avatar script. Lol. Bet ya if I got 50 of them back. 40 of them would have a wild sex scene in it. I’d just want to write in the line, “It’s time to crash to another party” =D
Ok, sorry not sure where I was going with that.. lol I guess the point was that yes 2009 did make a shit load of money but it was the original thought process that paid the price in 2009 in my opinion. And I wish I could say this was one year off case bases, but as I write this we are six days into 2010 and things aren’t looking any better man. It’s gonna be a tough decade and shit. No doubt a certain someone would now tell me to look at the glass half full. Lol. I’m trying. But when I read about a proposed Wizard of Oz 2 sequel that cries Hook its hard man. Lol.
Ok, let’s get into this return to form already by doing what I always do by way of an intro. Let us…..
Haven’t done that in a while, I had thought about dropping it but its too good not to. The feeling of holding the stiff bottle in your hand hard. Moving it up and down and then seeing your cork pop and all that champagne and or W.A.N.K. tonic gushing in every direction. How can U not enjoy it? Only thing that would make it better is if someone was there, preferably a female or Alan Rickman to just kind of be in position say on their knees and catch the free flowing tonic in their gob. But hey oh. This style of intro has served me well so far. =)
So the first story is about James Cameron and this wee scfi- film he did which did well for self. Got around you know? And by that I mean it made a staggering $1 billion worldwide in just 17 days. Now if I were to hit the streets of Glasgow and ask the common man if he thought Avatar would do so well, first off you wouldn’t be able to understand and it more so than not would start with the sentence, “Oh aye that film that c***t Cameron made. Fuckin’n raj doe that film made and that, know what I mean wee man?” The point being I think if you one of them folks who knew Avatar would do well or one of them who didn’t it would and maybe even think Sherlock Holmes would beat it. I think both groups can agree that, that much cash in 17 days is still a surprise. I think it is anyway. But before we look into that further let me show you this fancy box office table…
1. Titanic $1,842,879,955
2. Return of the King $1,119,110,941
3. Dead Man’s Chest $1,066,179,725
4. Avatar $1,018,811,000
5. The Dark Knight $1,001,921,825
Hmmmm. Not sure how I feel about it passing Dark Knight. Lol. It’s extremely good business no doubt. And of course thoughts go to on if JC can actually press ahead and knock off Titanic. It’s still going strong and doesn’t show any signs of slowing down. It’s a film that of course exists on both 2D and 3D formats a luxury Titanic did not have. It’s also being seen as the film that will change the way 3D and indeed cinema will be made for years to come, so that impressive seal of approval will most certainly get slow coaches in to see it. So will James Cameron beat himself? I don’t think he will. Least I don’t think so anyway. For it to do so it would have to keep in the No spot. Well Avatar will be tested on that as Daybreakers comes out this weekend and the week after that The Book of Eli. If Avatar can see off those two films then it’s very possible as there isn’t another No 1 potential film for a few weeks. So it has a chance.
Now not to go back to an already spoken point but the thing that interests me about Avatar is the seemingly two camps it has created within the movie world. One camp LOVES this film to death man. They see it as revolutionary and a real achievement for both modern cinema and James Cameron as both a film director and just a man making movies in general.
The other camp might applaud the film’s technical advances but then they say it is hurting the art of storytelling. One such blog from another movie web site I visit saw it as the death of storytelling as a whole. It was an interesting read with some interesting points but all too bleak outlook written by someone who clearly isn’t ready to move with the times.
I’ll admit that I myself jumped on James for this, but this was prior to the films release when it seemed all James wanted to do was go on about the effects and what this will do for cinema and barely touched upon the story, in fact I’d say he seemed to just being lip service to the story. It was only when Spill’s resident Sc-fi expert Sir Benjamin David did a discussion for it in the W-E group did I discover what it was.
To back to what I said when I was talking about 2009 as year in gen. An original story is so hard to do. It can’t be done anymore. So of course when U watch a film you are reminded of this and that. So I’m not sure it should be held against Avatar cause it’s all CGI to the hilt. Let’s not forget this is the first time anything like this has been done. It’s the first time it’s been able to so that will be at the forefront to the point the story will take a backseat. It kind has to until this new technology is mastered and perfected. Then the two can go hand in hand. Then of course they are those who feel CGI is the death of cinema end of fucking story. I do feel it can be wayyy over used. (See Clash of the Titans remake) But I don’t think that’s the case here as it is a Sc-fi movie and needs it.
This a debate that can and will go on for a while yet. But that’s how it goes right? Watchmen, Harry Potter, Transformers 2, New Moon and Avatar. These big releases will always garner both camps… Actually if anyone liked Transformers 2 then they clearly don’t belong here and in that case should leave now. Not to another site. The moon I think is far enough…. Maybe.
Second story of the 2010 and what is it? A remake. Yep. Oh what are you surprised? This was one we already knew about mind. The Orphanage is to be remade and now a new director has been tapped… I’m hoping that just means on the shoulder or enquired about. Now this film did actually have a director attached to it once upon a time. That being the man made director man Larry Fessenden. He co wrote the script with the director of the original who will be the producer of the remake Guillermo del Toro.
But then Larry left, saying the following as a good spirited departing quote,
Working on the script with Guillermo was a very exciting experience, but then I got into a casting miasma and that's where the thing is; I think they're gonna do it another way, actually. So I think I'm out of it. Hopefully they'll still use my script, but I'm not sure I'm directing it anymore"
Well as it turned out the script will be kept because that’s just the kind of cool Del boy is. That and there’s a slight chance the suits are gagging for this to be remake and join the ever growing stable of pointless remakes of foreign horror movies. Of course that’s if one wants to cast a cynical eye over the whole situation…… Yeahhhh. Any who a replacement director has been approached. He is one Mark Pellington who can be seen in that picture there looking like he’s about to learn first hand what happens when you mess with the Orphanage.
Now Mark has a better jacket of work if you will when compared with Larry but let’s be honest, this is just yet another pointless horror remake that will probably end up doing the same kind of business Quarantine did. And I would like to know Toro feels this has to be remade? Especially when you think Del Toro would be starting to work hard on the Hobbit movie. Well whatever the reason is expect this remake to be decent. But should no way be thought of in the same league as its Spanish original.
Bond 23 looks to be finally on its way to being made after set backs of finical issues with MGM and production delays in general. This of course starts speculation on who will direct it. Well right now the front runner is British born Sam Mendes. Right now the official word it that Sam is a currently a “consultant” for the movie. Money and contract details yet to be finalized is what’s holding the announcement back that Sam is indeed the man. But it’s only a matter of time. This is too big an opportunity for Sam to let those two things become a big enough factor of not signing that dotted line. And I think it’s just the franchise needs I think.
You need an attitude adjusment young man
I saw Casino Royle. I liked one half of this new reboot but I’m never quite sure what to make of it. On one hand it’s good to see Bond change slightly by getting more moody and direct of taking care business. But let’s have it right, we all know what other franchise it’s copying now and it soooooo doesn’t need to do that. In the older Bond movies and YES I’m talking about the Sean Connery Bond movies JB struck that balance of tough guy and smooth MO-FO to a tee. Now it’s just too much like one side and none of the other. And that for me is the point. Bond doesn’t need to be this loose cannon who is on the verge of snapping as he seems to come off in Quantum of Solace. I haven’t seen it so I can’t give U my pure thoughts on it, but from I know and have seen it’s almost as if James’s dignity is sacrificed in this outing. Revenge over a woman? Revenge over a woman who sold him out no less? I know he’s still after the bad guy from CR in Solace so you do still have the aspect of the chase still being on. I just feel that this change more so in Solace than CR was just so they could match the Bourne movies and their intensity of the story and Jason himself. And it doesn’t need to do that. It just needs to be Bond man. And I think having Sam direct Bond 23 would bring it back to its roots whilst not making it look outdated at the same time. Is this me being all protective over a franchise we created? Your damn right my good W-E reader. I’m staunchly proud that we gave U guys the Bond films and that you like them as well as you all do. So you will excuse me if I say that I don’t wanna see the Bond films “Americanised” by just being Bourne clones. And nether do you guys at the end of the day. So if and when Sam signs up I think we will see another change in Bond. A change that will get Bond away from Bourne. And just being Bourne again. This is a guy I can see hanging at the Dresden after all. But in his current incarnation all Bond would do is fucking wreck the place up and glass some poor Russian all because he tipped his drink over. I’ll keep you posted on future blogs and podcasts too if and again when Sam is announced on board.
Ever since he was stitched up, literally in this case in Wolverine Origins fans of Deadpool wondered how the character would bounce back if and when he got his spin-off film. Well early signs are promising as the two writers who wrote Zombieland Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick.
The two writers seen there whilst a man dressed as a 2nd rate Zombie Messiah and acting out the role of “Prick Zombie you would happily run down with a lawn mower”
Having got to see Zombieland on New Years Eve I really enjoyed it. Fast paced, good action and funny and of course well written which I think will serve the Deadpool well what with Rhett and Paul writing some sharp and smart lines for Ryan Renyolds to say. Ryan of course has Green Lantern first which will shoot in March to be released June 2011. I’m not sure when Deadpool when come out. It’s listed as a 2011 release but I don’t think that will happen. Green Lantern will be first and you have to consider all the press for it this includes interviews, premiers from different parts of the world and all that fun stuff you get to do if you’re a big star. So… maybe summer 2012 for DP? I’m not really sure why I even brought that up? Lol. I was looking at the release schedule and I just cannot recall a year where two comic book films out with the same star in the main role. Not sure it’s possible is it? It would hurt Deadpool I’d say. Meh, just thinking out loud I guess. In any even this is good news for the Deadpool film as I think those two can come up with a good script for the film…… However, there is a flipside to this news. That being that Rhett and Paul have also been bagged to pen the GI Joe 2 film.
I’ll say right now this is a waste for them, it really is. Ok, so I have only seen one film written by these two. I’d have to go back and look at anything else they have done and see if they have a constant back-story of equally well written stuff pre Zombieland. But I can tell U for sure and unquestionably. Zombieland was the film that got them noticed. Now there up for cool projects like Deadpool and don’t forget they will also be writing Zombieland 2. But this new found fame doesn’t mean Rhett and Paul should be on every project thrown at them especially one like this. The problem with GJ Joe is that it comes from the Michael Bay school of film making which is all action and very little in the way of story if any. And again only going on film that being Zombieland, but for Paul and Rhett they not be allowed to have the creative freedom they will on Deadpool and certainly ZL 2 for the simple fact GI Joe made $ 3 million dollars with said format so it won’t change any time soon. So I just see this is a waste and could also hold back the Zombieland sequel as lets face it. The blockbusters come first.
Ok, so maybe I was trying to be flash and funny with that Spiderman 4ucked title and instead look a bit of a twat now. Lol. Spiderman 4 isn’t in any danger and it will get made no matter what. But the one thing that is in danger and I’m hoping Spill member Sam S doesn’t read this as he may explode at the very thought of this. But I think Sam staying on as director is in trouble.
NO!!. Not that kind of trouble
This of course is the news that Spiderman 4 will be delayed because Sam Rami and Sony can’t decide who the villain(s) for the film will be. Sam once again wants to put Adrian Toomes aka The Vulture in SM 4 and also once again the studio by all accounts doesn’t seem up for some Vulture action.
This was also the case with Spiderman 3 when Sam wanted to put said flying villain in the film and have him team with Flint “Sandman” Marko. Idea being they brake free of jail and Toomes leads a hesitant Flint into a world of crime cool powers and silly costumes. BUT the studio didn’t like this idea as they also had a better one, that being the alien Venom as the other villain. That of course didn’t really work out for a few reasons, some I think go beyond just Venom being in it, the wrong actor was hired to play Brock is one I’d also add for instance. But at the end of the day the dice was rolled and it didn’t work. And now here we are again. And Sam is once again at luger heads over the film’s proposed big bad. The last we heard of Vulture was that John Malkovich was up for the role and then there was news that Anne Hathaway would play one Felicia Hardy in a storyline so wankerish like I dare not repeat it in case Black Cat herself shows up and buggers me… I mean burgles me. But that is now history as Ann has been dropped. Reason being, “Too expensive”
"Mmmmm. It's been so long since I've had a good burgale"
Suffice to say this has now held up the completion if the script and now it seems Spiderman 4 has lost its May 5th 2011 spot. AND… as if this was some kind of well written comic book soap opera that even LEOG would get hard over it appears Thor wants to now muscle in on this slip by moving the release for the film on that day. Slick, eh? Oh and this also means Pirates of the Caribbean 4 now takes Thor’s original May 20th spot.
Now this is a shame because Sony promised Sam he would have full control for Spidey 4 and that just isn’t the case. Having said that and I will reserve judgement until someone in a Benjamin David style fills me on just how Adrian Toomes got his this power. What I only is that he made a special flying harness that just happened to have “powers” If there is more to than that then fair enough but just going by that it sounds dumb. Sam would surely have to come up with something more than that. Seeing John M in a Spidey film would be cool. But only if he can play a villain who can blend well into the Spiderman world. We have already seen what happens what can happen when the wrong bad guy takes on Peter Parker. Again if someone can explain this better to me than cool, otherwise and I hate to say it but the studio could have made the right call here. Ugh I feel so dirty for saying that. =(
Ok, now let’s do some titbits. They look like this….
Hobbit shoot: The last time I did a full on W-E blog a lot of crap was being talked about the Hobbit being held back or delayed or whatever the deal was. This of course turned to be bs. Pish and doo, doo. In other words your usual internet sowing circle turned circle jerk fest of rumours and “pass it on” bored games. The reality of it is that shooting stars in June in New Zealand. Tis true that a defined cast has yet to be set in place. A hobbit for example. So far Sir Ian Mc Kellen is the only face coming back for Part 1. But come on, its Del boy and Peter Jackson. There not going to be got short on this. Expect a Hobbit to be cast March at the latest.
Let me in this Oct: Following on from the Orphanage remake earlier news and a synopsis for “Let me in” was released last week. Set for a release date of October 1st this year and there by announcing it’s self as the next horror film to make it 2-0 against Saw 7 the film by all accounts seems to be a direct American remake of the Swedish original.
A lot of people say this is a remake that just doesn’t need to go down and they are right. Let The Right One In is there so why do we need a US version? To understand what the kiddies were saying to each other. I can only think this is a way for one studio to A. capitalize on the Twilight craze and “go one better” by making legit i.e not to deviate from the original. Competition if U will. I say thatr because so far the US remake of foreign horror films have been met with a lukewarm reaction so it’s not like it’s a big demand or anything. Anyway, if anything at least this remake IS sticking within the parameters of it’s original and not, “Letting Edward and Bella in”
Twister 2 aka “Disatser porn” ? Ok, the first thing that grabbed me when I read this at first was that an idea for a Twister 2 some 15 years later after the original was on Bill Paxton’s mind. But then as I read on and heard the term, “Disaster porn” a part of me was raised upwards. That being my right eyebrow of course.
Ok, it’s really a story about how Bill went to do research for the proposed Twister 2 by taking a trip with a co star from one and in all honesty I think Bill is wanting to move wit the times and give this a 2012 look. But U do wonder if at anytime he talks about his did he really, really enjoy the prospect of a carnage driven Twister 2?
“I’ve had a meeting at the studio with Kathleen Kennedy about it,” Paxton said, whose inspiration for a sequel came as a result of a trip that he took to the Ozark Mountains last spring.
“I flew into St. Louis with my buddy Scott Thomson, who played Preacher in ‘Twister,’ and we rented a car and drove down to southeastern Missouri, into the Ozarks,” said Paxton. “We spent the night, and the next morning we got up and we started tracking the trail of the most famous tornado that ever hit the country, which was the Tri-State Tornado of 1925. It still holds all of the records. It was called the Tri-State because it was a mile wide when it came down from the sky on the afternoon of March 16, 1925, and it was a rural area, but, boy, before it was through, it crossed the Mississippi, it cut across southern Illinois, where it hit a lot of towns. The biggest one was Murphysboro, which was…it literally looked like Hiroshima after it hit. And then it went across the Wabash, into Indiana, staying on the ground three and a half hours and cutting a damage path 219 miles long, killing about 700 people. There’s actually footage that I found in Murphysboro at their historical society. They had footage from a biplane that the government sent down, just to do aerial footage of all of the destruction and the damage. So we just did that to kind of get some ideas, and from that I kind of extrapolated an idea for a sequel. And I kind of put that together into a format, and now we’re kind of waiting to see if that’s going to move forward.That would need Steven Spielberg’s blessing, ultimately, and they probably won’t take it to him ‘til there’s real studio interest, but I think the 3D applications of that could obviously be pretty amazing.The only reason I’d like to revisit that ground is because I realize we’re living in a time where big movies cost so much to make that the town is looking for built-in audiences,” admitted Paxton. “Of course, I’m so glad to see that the success of ‘Avatar’ is disproving that theory, but…I always thought the first ‘Twister’ was an exciting ride, but I thought a sequel could explore it in a more enthralling way, getting into more of the history and the lore, more of a darker version of the first one.”
"Mmmm. It's been a while since I went into the "suck" zone"
Hmmmm. Ok, Bill did I see your pants move one inch to the upper right there? Lol.. I see what he means. Technology has really come along way since the first Twister and I guess he thinks a better story could be told in this new day and age as 3D driven as it would look. I like Twister. It’s a fun film with right gem like lines in there if U look. I mean come on. The part were Cary Elwes says to Bill, “I really enjoy your weather report” and does the old bad guy laugh as if he instead said, “I hope an F5 picks you up and kills you an all your loved ones” All that was missing was the moustache for Cary to twirl and we would be home free man. =D That and the cows. It’s a guilty pleasure what can I say?
But I think I can see what Twister 2 would and wouldn’t be. So, I don’t think I’d be too jazzed to see “The extreme” back if I’m honest.
Updates: Avatar now sits at No2 in the biggest grossing films of all time. Can it really keep going to No1? Avatar has also been nominated for Best Visual Acts for the Oscars this year. It’s on a list with six others that will then get cut down to three on Feb 2nd, LOOK!!!!
•Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince
•Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen
I think it’s as clear as day Avatar will bag this so it’s pointless for me to say District 9 should win it because it did two things really well and that was take the documentary look and couple it perfectly with the special effects without compromising either or in the end shoot.… well it did. That shit is hard to do man. Ok, so I might be out numbered and I still haven’t seen AV yet so as long as D9 gets in there at least I’d be happy. Juxtaposed to how I will feel if Transformers 2 gets in. Yeah, ok. So Bay does good effects. Just as well casue he has sod all else going for him. What the woman? I still maintain there cardboard cut outs made to look convincing via effects. I mean he does it so well with Megan Fox after all.
I think it will be Avatar. District 9 leaving Harry and Star Trek to fight it out.
Oh and one last Avatar update. James confirmed that there will be an Avatar 2 but that’s kind of old news so I’m not sure why it was posted again last week.
As I said earlier Green Lantern will start shooting in March an update tells me that Green Lantern will have a love interest. Blake Lively seen there pining for Hal’s ring will play one Carol Feris. Her company hires Hal to be their pilot and of course they hit off and I’m guessing get it on. Mind U if this film is to be a franchise they will no doubt tease it like they do with the Tony/ Virginia Potts story in the films.
The date for the Star Trek 2 film was announced that being a pain staking long ass wait of July 4th weekend of 2012. Nothing says July 4th like a Valucn salute to your fellow American.
The second Wolverine Origins film will also be out. No date yet. Hugh Jackmanjust said that the film will shoot next year for a 2012 release date….
"Wanna have a release day fight bub?"
So with all the news now looked at… oh um… Harrison wants to do another Indy film….. enough said really. I could come up with an old man jibe. Maybe take a shot at Mr Lucas. But just by even thinking an Indy 5 would be a good thing I think that says volumes for both men. I’m inspired to jibe them as much they are to care about their careers.
Ok, one last thing. And that’s trailers. Come on. It will just like pulling a band aid off.
A-team looks interesting. Kind of like, “So this is how a modern A-team looks like” but the last few seconds of that trailer has the most unreal and sillest action sequence I have ever seen…. EVER!!
Like the Kick Ass trailer. Meh to Repo Men. For now anyway. Karate Kid…. NEXT!!! And the rest fairly indifferent to.
Lastly I wanna just show U who SHOULD be up for a nomination for Best Actor at this years Oscars but won’t be. =( Andy Sekis for his role as punk musician Ian Dury…
The film called Sex &Drugs & Rock and Roll came out on Friday here and although I haven’t seen it yet I can already tell THIS is the best Andy Sekis had been. The best role he’s done yet. I know, pretty big to say considering the large shadow of LOTR that Andy stands before. And will again when he returns to do the Gollum role for the Hobbit. But this film. This just Andy acting. And giving his all and best in music bio. A type of film that isn’t easy to pull off especially if you have the wrong actor for the role. Andy is not of course. He has that flare for the extreme and weird so playing Ian Dury fits him to a tee.
For those who don’t know Ian Dury was one of the fore fronts of the Punk movement. Along with his band entitled Ian Dury and the Blockheads they came out with songs laced with uncompromising humour, both of the social commentary and sexual kinds. Ian contracted Polio at only seven years old. He seemed to have gotten it from a swimming pool. This would have been in 1949 a time when there was a Polio epidemic in the country. Despite this literally crippling defect Ian still pressed on and did his thing with songs like Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll. Hit Me With Your Rhythm Stick and Reasons To Be Cheerful.
Ian died at age 57 in March 2000 from Liver Cancer.
So this is most certainly a well times bio pic of the man played to perfection by Andy and to close I’m gonna put a video and compare the real Ian to the one Andy gives you in the film.
As I said in a perfect world Andy would at least be nominated for Best Actor. But also in this perfect world it’s an endless summer for me. Michael Bay works as moustache waxier on a beach and any thought of a remake or reboot by a suit is imminently rewarded with a public whipping in the nearest town’s square. So doubtful. But Andy should get some awards here one would think.
Well that will do it for this week. Hopefully this standard will keep up and this is me back now. =) As always a thank you must go to W-E group for making that group as constantly good as it is. And B and me will in turn bring out the equally interesting podcasts. And of course thanks to regular readers of this blog. Sorry to keep U waiting and that. But hey this one is nice long so it’s cool.. Hopefully. Lol. So until next week when I return in this form Happy New Year and whatever you do with yourself. Be you a manly man or fem fatal For the love O’ god…