Hey, friends! I’ve got work in the upcoming exhibition WES ANDERSHOW: An Artistic Tribute to the Films of Wes Anderson! I’m suuuper excited to be involved in this – anyone who knows me even a little knows how much I love Anderson’s work, and I’m just as pumped to have my name next to the other artists who’re participating. It’s gonna be a great show! ♥
I am in this show! I think it’s going to be great!
Professors Dave Child and Julia Prescott meet with the Nerdist, comedian, and all around great guy, Jonah Ray, to discuss his favorite film: Ed Wood. The trio discuss the rise and fall of Tim Burton, the trials of Hollywood, pulling the strings, and the inspiring story of the world’s worst director. Home? We have no home… this is Friday Night Film School.
Study: Earth suitable for life for at least another 1.75 billion years
Live Science:A new study conducted by scientists in the UK concludes that Earth should be suited for life for at least another 1.75 billion years.
A nuclear holocaust or a rogue asteroid are among the potential disasters that could prevent Earth being habitable for that long.
If one of those scenarios doesn’t occur, between 1.75 billion and 3.25 billion years from now, Earth will travel out of the habitable zone of the solar system and move too close to the sun, causing Earth’s oceans to evaporate.
Photo: This composite image uses a number of swaths of the Earth’s surface taken in January 2012. (NASA/NOAA/GSFC/Suomi NPP/VIIRS/Norman Kuring)
WHEW. WE’RE ALL GONNA LIVE TO SEE THE END OF BREAKING BAD, YOU GUYS.