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Godzilla 2014 to be released in 2D Black and White
In a rare studio decision, Legendary Pictures has elected to scrap the 3D and color versions of the new Gareth Edwards film and release it only in 2D Black and White, to better resemble the original film.
As seen in this new screencap from the new film, the image quality is very different from what modern audiences expect. “It will be controversial, we know that for sure, but from an artistic standpoint we all know this is the right way to go,” said Warner Bros. spokesman and co-owner Brian Warner.
The decision to downgrade the audio to Monaural instead of Stereo is also a surprise, making Godzilla the first film in 49 years to be released with only a single audio track. The track will be added optically to the film release, another novelty and rarity in this day and age of digital release.
"Audiences will see cigarette burns once again," said the director of the small corner marks that signal reel changes. "We’re also not going to allow anyone under the age of 60 in the audiences to preserve the retro feel. Only those alive at the time of the original may see the film." This makes Godzilla 2014 the first film to use the MPAA’s new "NC-60" rating, which is expected to cover the upcoming X-Men film as well due to the extremely graphic sentinel sex scenes.
"You know what, nobody over 60 either," said the director, "Nobody can see it. Fuck all y’all."

But the question is, did they make Godzilla’s head any bigger?

Yes, here’s the new final design:

His head is now a full three times larger than designed prior to the fan outcry.

Just found out which blog this pic is from so I’m going it add it in because i just seen this On an eds page on fb


The good vibe



Vintage Crime Scene Photographs from LAPD

Until recently, an old, deteriorated collection of no less than one million crime scene photographs rested silently in the nearly forgotten archives of the Los Angeles Police department; spanning 150 years of violence and corruption, these images were only recently discovered by the photographer Merrick Morton, who has restored and salvaged many of the images, which will be exhibited at Paramount Pictures Studios from April 25-27 by Fototeka.


"Cotton Cthulu Candy" - Yaviel
Watercolor on paper




it’s a metaphor

The best part is that the crab is the symbol for the zodiac sign Cancer, so in a way even the crab itself is a metaphor

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NEWS FLASH: Shorts are NOT Underwear!!!

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