Just watched #LicoricePizza!
Beautiful, odd confused love story, with the most aleatory cameos you would ever expect. Another “Hollywood celebrates Hollywood” kinda film.
As a 70s sucker, I loved the vibes, fantastic soundtrack, spectacular job from costume + H&M.
The TRUCK! 1/4
Actress #AlanaHaim is literally a rainbow that fills the big screen with such a different, cinematic beauty & aura. Everytime her face’s in closeup on #LicoricePizza, it’s really magical, classic Hollywood. Director & cinematographer knew how to make the most of her presence. 2/4
Jul 7, 2021 • 6 tweets • 4 min read
Just watched #BlackWidow and I must say, it is SO MUCH BETTER than I thought it would be.
Trailers didn’t do this film justice. I had a such great time watching it.
I’ve never seen an almost entirely women led film with so much cool action. But also lots of emotional stuff. 1/6
It’s so funny that #BlackWidow ironically is the immediate release after #F9, as this one is all about the importance of family as well, for good or bad. And Family is literally the best part of BW. I loved the dynamics between all characters (the trailers sold it so poorly) 2/6
Aug 11, 2020 • 4 tweets • 4 min read
Layoffs at #DCComics & #DCUniverse shouldn’t be a surprise. It’s a process that has been cooking for months now. Who paid attention saw that coming. Important to say: fired executives from DC won’t be replaced for new ones. Others in the company’ll accumulate their functions. 1/4
This is all part of #JasonKilar’s efforts to simplify the structure of Warner as a whole, in order to put #HBOMax as the center of the company and DC brand as its main fuel, and to bring more efficiency doing more with less and quickly + obviously cutting costs in this crisis.2/4
Jan 19, 2019 • 4 tweets • 3 min read
In this interview, Mr. Emmerich says that WB’s takeaway from #Aquaman success is returning to the original #DCEU plan: one movie at time more focused on its director creative vision, and less focused in a shared universe plan. No, he didn’t say the shared universe is over. PT1/4
What he did meant is that, in their shared universe, the movie and director individualities come first from now onwards, differing from MCU shared universe, where movies and directors are only team players focused in a shared plan over their own creativity. PT2/4