…brought to you this week on a Saturday.
If you thought Gravity Couldn’t Get Any Better, It Just Did
Fans and critics alike fawned over Alfonso Cuarón’s Gravity, but now screenwriter Jonás Cuarón is making a good thing even better with a 7-minute short titled Aningaaq. It tells the story of the Inuit fisherman who receives Ryan Stone’s distress call from space, and carries on a conversation with her about dogs, babies, life and death despite the two speaking two different languages.
I found it particularly interesting given the fact that what I pictured during the conversation was completely different – a warm climate with fresh cut grass. If you’ve seen the movie, it’s worth your 7 minutes. It’s even picking up a bit of Oscar buzz.
Pharrell Williams Gets Happy for 24 Hours Straight
In what seems to be an emerging trend of interactive videos, Pharrell Williams is taking it one step further – the world’s first 24 hour music video for his single “Happy”. You can check out the website for the epic video featuring a slew of celebrities from Kelly Osborne to Jamie Foxx and press the “P” button to fast forward to appearances from Pharrell.
Aaron Paul and Bryan Cranston Read the Finale of Breaking Bad
A week after Breaking Bad creator Vince Gilligan showed off the packaging for the new full series box set, the video of Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul reading the script of the series finale has gone viral. One of the many extras on the box set, you can now watch the emotional moments when the show’s main characters learn their fate.
PS: I love Aaron Paul.
A Mother and Daughter Make Surreal Art
A serious artist, Mica Angela Hendricks didn’t want her four-year-old daughter doodling in her sketchbooks. That was until her daughter used Mica’s words against her – “If you can’t share, we’ll have to take it away.” With that, Mica relinquished control and allowed her daughter to help complete her works. The results are pretty amazing.
It’s a Sexy Off – Cat vs. Man
Cats always win.
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