THUD: Game of Thrones’ George Bush’s Decapitated Head Is Funny People are so touchy-feely about controversial presidents’ severed heads on spikes in fantasy shows. Long story short: They used a fake Bush head in Game of Thrones during last season’s decapitation heavy last arc. It was lying around. It was a head. 06/13/2012 - 6:43 pm | View Link
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Legendary funk musician George Clinton and comedians Byron Bowers and Anders Holm have joined the cast of Kuso, the debut directorial feature from acclaimed rapper and DJ Flying Lotus. It’s the first movie from Brainfeeder films and is currently filming in Los Angeles. The story follows the aftermath of Los Angeles’ worst quake nightmare.
NBC has decided not to go forward with half-hour comedy Mail Order Family after the concept was met with disapproval by Asian American groups over possible stereotyping of Filipino women, triggering a Change.org petition to stop the project.
"We purchased the pitch with the understanding that it would tell the creator’s real-life experience of being raised by a strong Filipina stepmother after the loss of her own mother,” NBC said in a statement.
If ever there was a perfect combination of director and material, it is the blending of Tim Burton and Ransom Riggs’ 2011 YA novel Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children. You could swear Riggs wrote it knowing that Burton would turn it into a film. This is just the kind of eccentric, oddball stuff Burton has been serving up for 30 years, and as I say in my video review (click the link above to watch), it has the advantage of being a pretty damn good entry in the era…
California should consider scaling back or eliminating its $330 million film tax incentives program if other states do so, according to a new report from the state Legislature's non-partisan Legislative Analyst’s Office, which found that the first 10 years of the program only boosted the state's economic output by "a few hundredths of a percentage point" – less than $1 billion a year.
The LAO also made a similar suggestion back in April 2014, before the program was…