I’ve finally found a torrent for a DVDRip of the PaleyFest 2008 Buffy Reunion. Yay. I’ve only seen bits of it in Youtube so I’m really looking forward to seeing the whole thing. I’ll probably watch it tonight.
I’ve also been doing a bit of Audrey Hepburn fangirling the past few days. I picked up Enchantment: The Life of Audrey Hepburn by Donald Spoto and re-read it again. I hope to get Barry Paris’ biography of Audrey Hepburn soon. I’ve had no luck finding it so far.
Wrapping this entry up now. I’ll blog again this week, just have to check out this barcode scanner that my brother brought home.
Also, if you haven’t yet, check out The Script. Nice band.
The other day was spent with Shari and Aja to celebrate his birthday. We spent the day in Gateway, and ended up at Fully Booked at one point.
I ended up spending more than I intended. I bought Cary Grant: A Biography, Enchantment: The Life of Audrey Hepburn, and the sequel to Vince’s Life by Vince O. Teves (a local author): Vince’s Life: The Next Chapter – Getting Over Andrea (which is reviewed by Shari, although if you plan to get the book, I’d suggest not reading the whole review).
I’m currently looking for Gregory Peck: A Charmed Life by Lynn Haney. I’m going to see if it’s available on Saturday since Lyndon and I are planning to see Bolt. I hope they have it in Fully Booked or I may have to get it from B&N. …Oh, Fully Booked‘s Gateway branch just emailed me saying they have an available copy.
I was given a black cat earlier today. It’s so so so cute. It still doesn’t have a name, and my camera ran out of battery life so I’m waiting to take a photo. Does anyone have any name suggestions? It’s really hard to think of names. (EDIT: What do you guys think of the name Laszlo?)
I’m going to go look at this paint booth, work, and then read a book or watch Two For The Road.
I’m about a few months too late, but I can’t say I’m happy hearing the news about a remake of the 1964 musical My Fair Lady, being in the works. And that Keira Knightley is being considered to portray Eliza Doolittle.
I was less thrilled when I found out that George Clooney and Brad Pitt are fighting over the role of Henry Higgins – and Brad Pitt wants Angelina Jolie to play Eliza Doolittle.
It just doesn’t hold any appeal. Perhaps I’m being too quick to judge, but I can’t see Keira Knightley or Angelina Jolie surpassing Audrey Hepburn’s performance. I can’t even think of anyone who would be suitable to play Professor Henry Higgins. I sure as hell wouldn’t choose Clooney or Pitt. The film just seems too iconic and already perfect the way it is, that a remake would just probably ruin the story.
…Of course, that’s just my opinion.
Oh, look. This is my last post for the month of October.
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