Friday, May 30, 2008


Perpetual Kid has these humorous pens.

I'm thinking of buying them.

more rice?

there are signs up in the lobby of my building.

they say "More Rice".

i assumed it was some rice-a-roni commercial shooting here.

spies tell me it's a cover name for "Where the Wild Things Are"


Spike Jonze is in the building?

even if this were the whole movie...

i could watch seth rogen improv all day long.

Ron Burgundy and JC

while researching past happenings on the MTV Movie Awards I was reminded of this gem from 2004's show.

Thursday, May 29, 2008

coen brother goodness

red alarm alert!

a little birdy told me that the trailer for Zack & Miri Make a Porno is going to be posted at midnight on

that plus the Lost finale at 9, plus the Laker game, plus the fact that i made friends with Seann William Scotts' 9 week old puppy today is almost too hot to handle (and too cold to hold).
(the latter being exciting because puppies are fucking awesome, and he stole my dream-fantasy idea named his puppy "Dude".)

look! something shiny!

i like this stuff:

  1. has an interview with David Sedaris.

  2. The Good the Bad and the Weird review

  3. I am loving the brilliantly titled new Martha Wainwright CD, I Know You're Married But I've Got Feelings Too. (Mary Anne and I decided this is the best album title since Yo La Tengo's I'm Not Afraid of You and I Will Kick Your Ass.)

  4. Aimee Mann is doing an in-store at Amoeba. Yes, please.

  5. a/v club + Jeffrey Tambor = good interview

  6. The LA Film Fest Schedule is up. get excited.

  7. for the ladies: Clive Owen minus shirt. i am lightheaded.

Syn-ECK-duh-dee New York

a good don't

If you've ever wondered what that shadowy figure at the foot of your bed you see when you've just woken up from a nightmare looks like in direct light, here you go. Enjoy trying to get to sleep ever again.

Spinal Tap at Stonehenge

VIDEO OF THE WEEK: "Spinal Tap" at Stonehenge

"This Is Spinal Tap" is the gift that keeps on giving. Not only is Rob Reiner's 1984 classic mockumentary funny after repeated viewings, but the movie's characters — an aimless heavy metal band — continue to pop up years later. They reunited last year for a short film screened at the Tribeca Film Festival as part of an initiative to raise awareness about global warming. Now, Nigel Tufnel (Christopher Guest, who went to make mockumentaries his specialty) is at — of all places — Stonehenge. In a spoof interview, Tufnel explains the iconic British site's mysteries in videos posted at It's part of a promotion for an upcoming series on the National Geographic Channel.

from the Associated Press

Wednesday, May 28, 2008

red band trailers = bad words!

step brothers is funny. so are bad words.
so this trailer is a delightful treat.

um, so this video doesn't seem to want to work.
Dark Horizons has a link to the red band.
Also, check out the official site, more specifically watch Will & John in the picture on the site. good stuff. has a write-up too.
Step Brothers is fricking everywhere today.

make it happen tarantino

Q.T. says that the looooong ass awaited Inglorious Bastards will be at next years' Cannes Film Festival.

I hope he's not lying.

meanwhile~ i love love love that the word 'bastard' will be in a movie title. that's just great news for a great word.

not that into it

dear movie trailer putter togetherers,

don't use Friday I'm In Love by The Cure.


Tuesday, May 27, 2008

i like sam rockwell

MTV has the trailer for Choke.

looks good to me.

actors sniff jackets

i know. trite. everyone is posting the james franco videos.
but i love him. i'm telling you Pineapple Express is the James Franco Show.
just wait.

Thursday, May 22, 2008


SomeEcards continues the hilarity.

happy birthday boys

It's Morissey's b-day today.

But it's also Johnny Gill's birthday.

celebrate by watching this clip from The Arsenio Hall Show circa 1990.

estrogen-laced shopping blog

here are some things i love right now.
sorry any boy who is reading this.

Nixon watches. Especially this new one.

OPI nail polish in 'Midnight in Moscow' from the Russian Collection. Get it? Moscow. Russia.
Those are some clever bastards at OPI.

this totally rad "invisible" bookshelf from Chiasso. actually almost everything from Chiasso.

This girls' vintage shopping blog. oh dear lord i wish i could dress like this every day. if only i had the time and patience for thrifting all the time.

i got a sample of this Kiehl's eye cream last time i was at the store, now i'm hooked.

Wednesday, May 21, 2008

groovy new beck

the Beck/Danger Mouse collaboration is on his MySpace page for your judgement, says NME.

miranda july

if you haven't seen Miranda July's first film, Me and You and Everyone We Know you should. it's sad, hilarious, creepy, beautifully shot and acted and very disturbing.
but in a good way.
oooh. read her books too.

Tuesday, May 20, 2008

rent this

maybe you're like me and you missed You Kill Me when it was in theaters.


this movie is pretty great.
who would have thought that you could mix rom com with the mob and have it not turn out shiteous? who would have thought it would be a good idea to pair ben kingsley and tea leoni? the answer is "not me" to both of those.
the supporting cast is great, the music is great and it's only 90 minutes! what more could you want?
who is the supporting cast you ask? how about luke wilson, dennis farina, philip baker hall and bill pullman?
see. i told you.
queue it up!

Charlie Kaufman!

OMG alert. has some info and clips of Charlie Kaufman's "Synecdoche, New York" clips.

Also read this:

Writer Kaufman brings directing debut to Cannes

killer hair?

Proving once again that Japanese films can make anything scary may I present:

Victor told me about this and I for a split sec didn't believe in the magic.
I mean hair extensions are already scary enough, but now they murder people!? What'll they think of next?
As it turns out the magic is real and this movie will be playing at the ImaginAsian Center starting June 6th.
we are so there. seriously.
please watch this trailer:

If you need more reason to want to see the crap out of this I have 2 words:
Gogo Yubari

Monday, May 19, 2008

random video time

this is the number one reason that i love youtube.
when i want to hear some damn 'puttin' on the ritz' i can!


all apologies, but i am not sick of sacha baron cohen.

click this link to see more pictures of him (in character as Bruno) trying to interview california's guvinuh.

good stuff.

p.s. the bruno movie is out oct. 24th

gervais. snl. digital short. the office.

Friday, May 16, 2008

tropic thunder

(red band means you have to be cool old enough to hear words like "shit" and "fuck")

casting that i like

Mary Elizabeth Winstead is in negotiations to star in the big screen adaptation of "Scott Pilgrim vs. the World"

Edgar Wright is directing the adventure romance in which Winstead will play the dream woman of a young slacker, played by Michael Cera. But the only way he can win her heart is by battling and defeating her seven evil ex-boyfriends.

Source: The Hollywood Reporter, whose new design makes me want to spew bagel chunks.

Mary Elizabeth Winstead was the underused one in Death Proof. Also, she is one of those chicks that is so pretty that she makes me angry.

The end.

Thursday, May 15, 2008

dwight for VP

good bit

Besk Week Ever/Paul Scheer showed me this good bit that i am a huge fan of.

introducing "Extending Album Art"
The Beatles- not so nice after all

Bret + Jemaine + roller skates = Nicole Kryptonite

Flight of the Conchords - Ladies of the World

kiss kiss bang bang baby

the a/v club has a good article about this movie that doesn't get enough attention.


they're both like "really? in a few years our movies will compete at the box office? Iron Man!? No shit. That sounds fantastic. Made of Honor? Uh-Oh."

i know some people coughcaryswaaaarzzzcough who still haven't seen this! get on it homeslice.

Also- Shock Til You Drop has an article on it's set visit to Jennifer's Body.

DDL singing?

dear movie gods,
please let this happen.

Day-Lewis in Talks for Marshall's Nine

Daniel Day-Lewis is in talks to star in Nine, the musical Rob Marshall is directing for the Weinstein Company, reports Variety. If he does come on board, Day-Lewis would play the role of Guido Contini, replacing Javier Bardem, who dropped out of a planned fall start. The role is a famous film director who experiences personal and creative crisis while trying to balance all the women in his life. Penelope Cruz, Marion Cotillard, Sophia Loren, Nicole Kidman and Judi Dench will play the women. The original stage musical was inspired by the Fellini film 8½; Michael Tolkin adapted the screenplay, and Anthony Minghella turned in a rewrite before he passed away.

Duuuude. Think about it. DDL and Marion Cotillard together. New Hotness.
They can be like "remember when we both won Oscars? Let's make out now."
Because I'm positive they would have a conversation that unintelligent.

Wednesday, May 14, 2008

woody allen, what's happening?

uh. this is the new trailer for woody allen's unfortunately titled 'vicky cristina barcelona'.
it seems to be a movie about people making out. in spain.

david sedaris

if you've ever thought that paying money to listen to someone stand behind a podium and tell stories and read aloud from previously written books was a bad idea you've obviously never seen David Sedaris live.

i just got an email for a presale.
he's doing a show in october in long beach.
will i let ticketmaster fuck me over with fees and make the purchase?

i really want to.

the best thing xtina has ever done

there's lots of Sex and the City Talk going on at work these days and since i have a vajay i like totally love it.

i just got reminded of this SNL skit from 2006.

Beck & his new album

Look how cute & "all business" he & Danger Mouse are in the studio.
(and where have i been? i don't think i knew Danger Mouse was producing.)
No matter, i think that everything Mr. Hansen does is mostly rad, so whatever happens i'm excited and will be dancing to the results at the Hollywood Bowl on September 20th.
(thanks to Mary Anne)

Read about their collaborating and stuff at Rolling Stone.

also pretty damn noteworthy: Chan 'Cat Power' Marshall does backing vocals on a few songs. count me in.

i'll have 'things fat people want' for $500 Alex

i saw this thing on perpetual kid dot com and the indecisive in me was amused for 5 seconds. then i just got sad.
(but i might want it. no i don't. maybe? stop judging me.)

WTF news for today

Jonah Hill in Talks for 21 Jump Street
Entertainment Weekly has confirmed that Jonah Hill (Forgetting Sarah Marshall, Superbad) will write the screenplay for and executive produce Sony's adaptation of "21 Jump Street," the popular '80s show starring Johnny Depp. The magazine says that it hasn't been decided whether Hill will star in the movie. In the series, which ran from 1987-1990 on Fox, Depp's Officer Tom Hanson was assigned to an elite squad of young undercover cops - Judy Hoffs (Holly Robinson Peete), Doug Penhall (Peter DeLuise) and Harry Truman Ioki (Dustin Nguyen) - to infiltrate high schools and fight crime.

ed. note: WTF doesn't always necessarily mean it's a bad thing. i'm just momentarily confused.

Tuesday, May 13, 2008

internet radio

Accuradio you guys!

An internet radio site that's one of the few upsides to using a PC.

Accuradio and I go way back....we met in 2004 and i've been a changed woman ever since. There aren't many commercials and when there are it's a commercial for itself, BFD. It's got a super wide range of music with a buncha different channels to choose from....hell, you can even build your own.

The "Future Perfect" channel (their way of saying indie rock) is how i was introduced to the band "Kostars", which was made up of Jill Cunniff and Vivian Trimble, half of Luscious Jackson.
It also introduced me to Yo La Tengo's Little Honda EP and their magical cover of William DeVaughn's "Be Thankful For What You Got".

The "Check the Rhyme" channel is great for many reasons, 1 being that it reminds me of old jamz ( i can use that "z" because i work at ReelzChannel ) that I thought I forgot. Like right now Accuradio is all "nicole, why don't you listen to this:
Above the Clouds
Gang Starr feat Inspectah Deck
Moment of Truth"

And then I'm all "Sheeeit, Negro! That's all you had to say!"

so yeah. next time your feeling like John Hodgman you should maybe check it out.

best worst movie ever

Troll 2
get excited.

Jessica no!

whilst perusing the gossips i stumbled upon this.

it's the new cast photo for the BH 90210 pile of crap spinoff.
i was very saddened to see Jessica Walter standing among the poor Meet the Spartans-type rejects.

Jessica Walter. From Arrested Development. The greatest show to ever be on tv. To this? Really? Is she bored? Was it a dare? Meanwhile, Aunt Becky from Full House has been waiting for this day since the late 90s.

oh well...

here's some classic Lucille Bluth to make me feel better:

Monday, May 12, 2008


sometimes i'll go awhile without looking at Married to the Sea, but when i return there's always good shit.

McSpaced might be dead!


According to this article, we might not have to be subjected to the Americanization of good British comedy.


russell at the roxy

dear russell brand,

you are fantastic and hilarious and adorable and charismatic and appealing to both genders and smart and charming and entertaining. your show at the roxy last night was a pleasant surprise. i have no idea how i am not disgusted by what a man-slut you are, but i'm not. i enjoyed your stories of group(ie) sex and signing your autograph (on the walls of a uterus with your spooge) and inviting people to wait for you after the show and talking about macaulay culkin and hawaii as a prison and your email to serena williams and everything else. and i love that you acknowledge, had it not been for your fame that you as a sight could be scary to the eye. i for one am ok with that hair because it's your thing.
love and stuff,

i have to admit though (and i think MAB would agree), that the night might not have been as enjoyable had it not started with us arriving at the Roxy and standing on the sidewalk three feet away from FUCKING MORRISSEY. (i have included the wiki link in case you are from planet Dipshit and aren't aware of one of the greatest songwriters ever. alive or dead.)
our conversation went something like this:
MAB: is that...?
ME: oh my god. wait. is that?
MAB: yes. that's. yeah. yes.
ME: yes. is that who i think it is?
MAB: yes. uh huh.
ME: seriously. wait. yes.
MAB: i just want to walk up and hug him from behind.
ME: oh my god.

for the rest of the night i had one of my favorite M lines floating through my head.
'when you sleep i will creep into your thoughts like a bad debt' stalker line ever.

speaking of stalker, i had a good clear view of Morrissey in the VIP section for the show. i very much enjoyed watching him laugh, maybe because i didn't think it was possible.
other celebrity sightings: Brian Grazer and on of the greatest comedians ever Greg Proops.
the end.

and sorry for the overabundance of run-on sentences. sometimes i can't help it.

Friday, May 9, 2008

Le Fabuleux Destin d'Amélie Poulain

• someone sitting near me (cary swwarzzz) is watching this and it's impossible not to look over his shoulder

• if you haven't seen this movie, you should

• if you have and don't like it, i really think there might be something wrong with you

best. gum. ever.

radiohead live

listen and love.

from Best Week Ever via Some Dudes Blog.

i know that picture is a bajillion years old, but come on. it's gold.

happy birthday you guys

Ghostface Killah

Dave Gahan

Billy Joel

random mix.

fiona apple w/ jon brion

live at Largo.

fiona apple - not about love

'what is this posture i have to stare at?'
that's what he said when i was sitting up straight
changed the name of the game cuz he lost it
he knew he was wrong
but he knew it too late

Thursday, May 8, 2008

my new favorite book

i will admit that i bought and read this only after hearing that it was going to be made into a movie. and then i heard that michael cera was going to be "nick" and kat dennings is going to be "norah" and that was the icing.

it's a quick and short read, and i loved every word. there are music & tv references galore which are always fun but the one that bashed me over the head (in a good way) was the Heathers reference. i just realized that no one is going to give a shit about this but me.

here's a description from the books' site:

It all starts when Nick asks Norah to be his girlfriend for five minutes. He only needs five minutes to avoid his ex-girlfriend, who’s just walked in to his band’s show. With a new guy. And then, with one kiss, Nick and Norah are off on an adventure set against the backdrop of New York City—and smack in the middle of all the joy, anxiety, confusion, and excitement of a first date.

holy shit!
that sounds like a cheese-filled teeny bopper wannabe soap opera.
maybe it is, but i don't care.
one super-fun thing about the book (spoiler alert sorta) is that each chapter is told from the POV of Nick and Norah.
it goes:
chapter 1. nick
chapter 2. norah
so that was kind of cool.

watch out for my boner when the trailer for this appears online, which should be soon.

buy the book here, if you want.

happy birthday genius

to the brilliant Michel Gondry!

the lastest film he's involved with is Tôkyô! and it premieres this month at Cannes. Hopefully we'll be able to see it soon after in the US and A.

let's watch one of michel's videos.
if you're not into kylie minogue just watch it without the music and pay attention the background. bill, remember how you've explained to me how they shot this like 17 times and i still don't get it?

Wednesday, May 7, 2008

the fall

i've mentioned this movie already. it could be a pile and it could be amazing. it's prolly a pile, but it has potential to be the most beautiful pile you've ever seen.

i saw the newest trailer in the theater over the weekend and on the big screen the images are breathtaking.

time will tell.

brain tease

this Logo puzzle is currently occupying the time of me & 7 officemates.

amy sedaris rules

read the a/v club interview.

buy this book.

watch her latest appearance on letterman from a few months ago:

webby awards

Congrats to all the Webby Award Winners.

Best Week Ever won the people's choice, not the actual Webby Award. Boo.

PostSecret won both!

Tuesday, May 6, 2008

the onion is a laugh riot

The Onion

Watching TV Shows On DVD The Way To Do It, Area Man Reports

MILLERSVILLE, PA—Local resident Thomas Humphrey, 36, blasted traditional American methods of viewing episodic television Monday, proclaiming...

Carrie Brownstein

i love it when people i love love things i love.

Carrie Brownstein wrote a blog about Tim & Eric's live show which is in LA tonight.

Spaced and Simon Pegg

Simon's Official web-site has some good info about that sorry-ass American bastard child of Spaced.


I had hoped I would only have to do this once. Despite, feeling extremely disgruntled by the whole affair, I never wanted the issue of the Spaced remake to turn into a public slanging match. I intended my original statement to be a definitive outline of my position on the whole thing. I have hardly mentioned it publicly since, with the exception of a few interviews during my Run Fat Boy Run press when I was drawn into discussing the subject, most notably on EW.Com. These few occasions are negligible compared to the amount of times I have deflected the issue toward my original comments. The Observer Newspaper in the UK chased me for an interview which I did not give. They ran the article anyway, using passages from my statement, in lieu of exclusive content. However after comments made on Hollywood Deadline by someone who may or may not have been Robert Green from Granada USA, I feel I should respond to the criticism leveled at me personally, as an emitter of "bullshit". The post insists that we have been repeatedly "reached out" to and have petulantly rebuffed their attempts at communication like spoilt children. For the record these attempts to reach out were only ever made after the announcement in the trades and indeed after production had started on the pilot episode. That we are being blasted for not accepting these attempts at communication so long after the damage had been done is ludicrous. I don't think I can put it better than Sarah, a poster over on the Hollywood Deadline talk back.
"Green’s comments are akin to taking a shit on someone’s doorstep,then getting all hurt and aggressive because the owner of the house notonly complains but also doesn’t help clean up the mess."
The incredibly offensive insinuation that those who have expressed their sympathy and concern are cum gargling "idiots" represents extraordinarily misguided aggression by the the poster, whether it be Robert Green or not. The internet, with the establishing of and latterly,,, and others, have been largely responsible for bringing together a huge international community of Spaced fans, many of them in areas where the show isn't even available on domestic DVD. The defensive response to this situation has been amazing. At best it has been hugely empathetic, light hearted and heartfelt, at worst it has engendered unseemly anti-Americanism, from narrow minded people who equate US television with poor quality, inexplicably failing to recognize the sheer historical weight of outstanding American televisual output, which I for one, consume avidly and with a sloppy chin. Despite the latter's unwelcome presence in our corner, the support from you "website idiots" has been extremely touching, to say the least.
Edgar has had a conversation with McG. I have phoned him a few times and to be fair, he has returned my calls, but after missing each other several times and the ball once again in my court, the wind has somewhat disappeared from my sails. I'm not sure what I have to say or indeed what can be said at this stage. The fact is, the Spaced remake went into production without our knowledge and that was upsetting. It is as simple as that. Now we are being criticized by the perpetrators of that upset for expressing regret. Even now, there has been no apology, only excuses.
This issue has only ever been about courtesy, never about money or credit. Also, how can anyone claim that Spaced is something we want left in the past, when we have spent the last few years trying to secure the release of the DVD in North America, Canada and other territories and the last few months compiling new artwork and commentaries to give the release some extra Spaced specialness. Also, despite time and circumstance conspiring against us, we have never categorically ruled out the possibility of more. Tim, Daisy, Mike, Brian, Twist, Marsha and Colin all have destinies locked in mine and Jess's collective grey matter, who's to say they won't some day be played out.
If you've skipped to the end, here's the simple summation. Somebody stamps on your foot then complains when you say 'ouch'? To adopt a little "website idiot" parlance, WTF?

Simon Pegg
Read the Deadline Hollywood posting HERE.
please tell me this is a joke.

movie description:

In the Disney comedy, Beverly Hills Chihuahua, a pampered Beverly Hills Chihuahua named Chloe (voice of Drew Barrymore) finds herself accidentally lost in the mean streets of Mexico without a day spa or Rodeo Drive boutique anywhere in sight. Now alone for the first time in her spoiled life, she must rely on some unexpected new friends -- including a street-hardened German Shepherd named Delgado (voice of Andy Garcia) and an amorous pup named Papi (voice of George Lopez) -- to lend her a paw and help her to find her inner strength on their incredible journey back home.

i am going to be ill.

my dear friend MAB is honestly interested in this movie. maybe we'll catch a screening?


i saw Mudcrutch at the Troubadour last Friday.

Mudcrutch is Tom Petty and 2 of the Heartbreakers, before they started being Heartbreakers.

They have a new album out and I enjoy the crap out of it.

Seeing Tom Petty in a room that tiny was magical and dreamlike. Being shoved 80 times by drunk people who are all stuck together and smelly is the opposite of magical and dreamlike, but such is the price you pay to see a legend at work. He was close enough to make eye contact with most people in the audience and i'm pretty sure he did. What a rad show.

here's a picture of the band from our POV, courtesy of my friend Brooks and his iphone:

left to right: Benmont Tench, Mike Campbell, Randall Marsh, Tom Petty, Tom Leadon

Fun Fact: Keyboardist Benmont Tench plays with the Watkins Family Thursdays at Largo. They've gone on to form a band The Scrolls and are coming out with an album this year. Besides Benmont from The Heartbreakers, The Scrolls members consist of people from Elvis Costello and the Imposters, Nickel Creek, and Toad the Wet Sprocket.

radiohead started the tour last night

My God I wish I could follow them around like hippies did with the Dead.

Set List:

01 All I Need
02 Bodysnatchers
03 There There
04 Reckoner
05 The Gloaming
06 Morning Bell
07 Nude
08 How to Disappear Completely
09 15 Step
10 Weird Fishes/Arpeggi
11 Idioteque
12 Bullet Proof..I Wish I Was
13 Where I End and You Begin
14 Airbag
15 Everything In Its Right Place
16 The National Anthem
17 Videotape

18 Optimistic
19 Just
20 Faust Arp
21 Exit Music (For a Film)
22 Bangers & Mash

*** encore***
23 House of Cards
24 Street Spirit (Fade Out)

dear radiohead,
i am in love with this set list. please do this exact one on august 25th.
but maybe add "paranoid android" and invite PJ Harvey to come sing with thom on "This Mess We're In".
after that i could die happy.

Monday, May 5, 2008

tim & eric & zach & absolut part 2

thanks to Best Week Ever here's part 2 of the Absolut ad from March.

these dudes are bat-shit crazy and i love it.

Danger! High Voltage

This song:

a) could be considered a one-hit wonder for Electric Six

b) rules

c) makes me miss 2002

d) is on my ipod's roller skating mix

e) features jack white on backing vocals

f) all of the above



anchorman 2?

Ladies and gentlemen, can I please have your attention. I've just been handed an urgent and horrifying news story. I need all of you, to stop what you're doing and listen.


Adam McKay says yes.

I say let perfection be. I'm in a glass case of emotion about it.

Fun Fact: the above photo was taken in the LA Center Studios turncourt.

Fun Fact #2: i work at LA Center Studios.


it's a fun little video interview with Diablo Cody & John Cusack.

maybe they should be a couple

Friday, May 2, 2008

Dog Clothes are mean

Look how miserable this poor *schmoopy looks!

screw you J.Crew and screw you rich people that spend $60 on wool sweaters that make your dog uncomfortable.

if you are one of these people though, that sweater is on sale at J.

*that's what i call cute dogs

love knows no boundaries

An Antarctic fur seal has been observed trying to have sex with a king penguin.

The South African-based scientists who witnessed the incident say it is the most unusual case of mammal mating behaviour yet known.

The incident, which lasted for 45 minutes and was caught on camera, is reported in the Journal of Ethology.

Read the rest here... cute though right?

my favorite part of the article:

"At first glimpse, we thought the seal was killing the penguin"
Nico de Bruyn, University of Pretoria

swell season

Listen to this interview with Glen & Markéta on Fresh Air.

NPR/Fresh Air

And be like Mary Anne and I and make plans to see Swell Season at the Greek Theater on October 4th.

iron man

a) it was awesome.
b) i am in love with robert downey jr.
c) gwyneth paltrow. whoa. i really really liked her here. a lot. she was the perfect pepper potts.
d) when is the sequel? i want it now.
e) no seriously. when?
f) i'm going to see it again.