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Time for my annual Battlestar Galactica marathon. "So say we all!"
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Time for my annual Battlestar Galactica marathon. "So say we all!"
Anakin
Anakin at 11:14 AM May 22

Excellent series.

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Don't forget, this month's ICON is up. http://www.moviefancentral.com/zo-34469/blogs/iocn
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Happy Birthday Audrey Hepburn!
MrsData
MrsData at 07:31 PM May 04

She's a legend! I'm watching Wait Until Dark in her honor.

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Col. Chester Phillips: When you brought a ninety-pound asthmatic onto my army base, I let it slide. I thought "What the hell, maybe he'd be useful to you like a gerbil." Never thought you'd pick him. You put a needle in that kid's arm it's gonna go right through him. Look at that. He's makin' me cry.
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YoshioKun13 at 06:50 PM May 03

Ha, love TLJ in that movie.

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Stanley Martin Lieber
December 28, 1922

In collaboration with several artists, most notably Jack Kirby and Steve Ditko, he co-created Spider-Man, the Hulk, the Fantastic Four, Iron Man, Thor, the X-Men, and many other fictional characters.

He was inducted into the comic book industry's Will Eisner Award Hall of Fame in 1994 and the Jack Kirby Hall of Fame in 1995. Lee received a National Medal of Arts in 2008.
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In his youth he worked such part-time jobs as writing obituaries for a news service and press releases for the National Tuberculosis Center.

Lee became an assistant in 1939 at the new Timely Comics division of pulp magazine and comic-book publisher Martin Goodman's company."In those days [the artists] dipped the pen in ink, [so] I had to make sure the inkwells were filled", Lee recalled in 2009. "I went down and got them their lunch, I did proofreading, I erased the pencils from the finished pages for them".
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Stanley Lieber made his comic-book debut with the text filler "Captain America Foils the Traitor's Revenge" in Captain America Comics #3 (May 1941), using the pseudonym Stan Lee. He graduated from writing filler to actual comics with a backup feature, "'Headline' Hunter, Foreign Correspondent", two issues later. Lee's first superhero co-creation was the Destroyer, in Mystic Comics #6 (August 1941). Other characters he created during this period fans and historians call the Golden Age of comics include Jack Frost, debuting in USA Comics #1 (August 1941), and Father Time, debuting in Captain America Comics #6 (August 1941).

Lee entered the United States Army in early 1942 and served in the US in the Signal Corps, repairing telegraph poles and other communications equipment. He was later transferred to the Training Film Division, where he worked writing manuals, training films, and slogans, and occasionally cartooning. His military classification, he says, was "playwright"; he adds that only nine men in the US Army were given that title.
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In the late 1950s, DC Comics editor Julius Schwartz revived the superhero archetype and experienced a significant success with its updated version of the Flash, and later with super-team the Justice League of America. In response, publisher Martin Goodman assigned Lee to create a new superhero team. Lee's wife urged him to experiment with stories he preferred, since he was planning on changing careers and had nothing to lose.

Lee acted on that advice, giving his superheroes a flawed humanity, a change from the ideal archetypes that were typically written for preteens. Before this, most superheroes were idealistically perfect people with no serious, lasting problems. Lee introduced complex, naturalistic characters who could have bad tempers, fits of melancholy, and vanity; they bickered amongst themselves, worried about paying their bills and impressing girlfriends, got bored or even were sometimes physically ill.
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The first superhero group Lee and artist Jack Kirby created was the Fantastic Four. The team's immediate popularity led Lee and Marvel's illustrators to produce a cavalcade of new titles. With Kirby primarily, Lee created the Hulk, Thor, Iron Man, and the X-Men; with Bill Everett, Daredevil; and with Steve Ditko, Doctor Strange and Marvel's most successful character, Spider-Man, all of whom lived in a thoroughly shared universe. Lee and Kirby gathered several of their newly created characters together into the team title The Avengers and would revive characters from the 1940s such as the Sub-Mariner, Captain America, and Ka-Zar.
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Throughout the 1960s, Lee scripted, art-directed and edited most of Marvel's series, moderated the letters pages, wrote a monthly column called "Stan's Soapbox", and wrote endless promotional copy, often signing off with his trademark motto, "Excelsior!".


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Invidtus
Invidtus at 09:14 PM May 01

His cameos are great lol-

Glinda
Glinda at 05:51 AM May 02

Great write up, really interesting! Love these pics and gifs.

HTX0811
HTX0811 at 01:57 AM May 08

He was funny on The Simpsons. Great blog as usual.

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That's it! I finally realized who Vincent D'Onofrio's voice and speech pattern in Daredevil reminds me of. Reminds me of Michael Wincott's in The Crow.
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Omg Emily Blunt was never sexier than on Lip Sync Battle
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JohnLocke2342 at 11:57 PM Apr 12

Lol right? She's perfection

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Who was more annoying and foolish, Kim Bauer or Sansa Stark?
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This month's ICON is up.
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Samuel Shepard Rogers II
November 5, 1943

Sam worked on a ranch as a teenager.

Most of his initial writing was for the stage; after winning six Obie Awards between 1966-1968, Shepard emerged as a viable screenwriter with Robert Frank's Me and My Brother (1968) and Michelangelo Antonioni's Zabriskie Point (1970).

Shepard's early science fiction play The Unseen Hand (1969) would influence Richard O'Brien's stage musical The Rocky Horror Show.
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Shepard began his acting career in earnest when he was cast as the handsome land baron in Terrence Malick's Days of Heaven (1978). This led to other important films and roles, including the role of "Cal", Ellen Burnstyn's love interest in the film "Resurrection" (1980) and most notably his portrayal of Chuck Yeager in The Right Stuff (1983), earning him an Academy Award nomination for Best Supporting Actor.

By 1986, one of his plays, Fool for Love, was being made into a film directed by Robert Altman, in which Shepard played the lead role; his play A Lie of the Mind was Off-Broadway with an all-star cast including Harvey Keitel and Geraldine Page; he was living with Jessica Lange; and he was working steadily as a film actor—all of which put him on the cover of Newsweek magazine.
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A revival of A Lie of the Mind in New York was staged at the same time as his 2010 play, Ages of the Moon, also opened there. Reflecting on the two plays, Shepard said that the older, longer play feels to him "awkward ...[, a]ll of the characters are in a fractured place, broken into pieces, and the pieces don’t really fit together," while the newer play "is like a Porsche. ... It’s sleek, it does exactly what you want it to do, and it can speed up but also shows off great brakes." The revival and new play also coincided with the publication of the collection Day out of Days: Stories (book title echoing a film-making term), also by Shepard. The book includes "short stories, poems and narrative sketches ... that developed from dozens of leather-bound notebooks [Shepard] has carried with him over the years."
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Was the drummer for late 1960s bands "Lothar and the Hand People" and "The Holy Modal Rounders"

Has twice been nominated for Broadway's Tony Award as author of a Best Play nominee: in 1996 for "Buried Child" and in 2000 for "True West."

Collaborated with Bob Dylan in writing the song "Brownsville Girl," which appeared on Dylan's 1986 album "Knocked Out Loaded."
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Recommended Viewing:

You Were Never Here
Out of the Furnace
August: Osage County
Mud
Safe House
Blackthorn
Fair Game
The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford
Stealth
The Notebook
Black Hawk Down
The Pledge
Snow Falling On Cedars
The Pelican Brief
Steel Magnolias
The Right Stuff


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Glinda
Glinda at 06:58 PM Apr 01

Love him. My favorite is The Right Stuff.

sLaShEr84
sLaShEr84 at 07:38 PM Apr 01

Nice blog.

movieman32
movieman32 at 10:54 PM Apr 01

This is a great blog for a great cinematic icon! Have you seen him in Thunderheart with Val Kilmer? That was the very first thing I saw him in.

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People, let's not forget this month's ICON. I was little behind getting it out. http://www.moviefancentral.com/zo-34469/blogs/icon-21
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