Here’s a little short and fun piece from High School Musical 3 “Senior Year” by Ashley Tisadale and Lucas Grabeel. They obvious look like they have graduated two years before but I guess that’s the problem of make-up and wardrobe. And yes, it’s still good.
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This year’s Tokyo International Lesbian and Gay Film Festival (TILGFF) is doing something different by expanding to encompass two locales over a total of eight days (July 11-13 and 17-21).
“While the festival’s second half will continue to make its home in the artsy venue of Spiral Hall in Tokyo’s fashionable Aoyama district, this past weekend’s films screened for the first time in festival history at the deluxe Wald 9 Cinemas in Shinjuku, adjacent to Tokyo’s famed gay neighborhood of Ni-chome.”
Read more about this event on Fridae.
So there were ice-cream shooting cows and rabbit-like animals dancing. This time it’s the British Animation Award winning (for best comedy) ‘Simon’s Cat‘ brought to you by Tandem films director Simon Tofield. A hungry cat resorts to increasingly desperate measures to gain its owner’s attention. (All you cat owners out there will understand).
According to The New York Times interview; “To [Hayes] Damn Yankees isn’t about sin and salvation, “it’s about how the grass is always greener on the other side, but in the end knowing who you are, being true to yourself and being happy with that.”
The latest work from the Grickle animation series by cartoonist Graham Annable is “Zoo.” It highlights one simple theme; “Does the cage keep the madness in or the MADNESS out?“
As a cartoonist living in Oregon, Annable is the creator of the Grickle and Further Grickle graphic novels. He also contributes and is the editor of the Hickee comic series from Alternative comics.
Be sure to also check out his graphic novels here.
This is the music video of Amanda Seyfried’s attempt on ABBA’s Gimme Gimme Gimme to promote Mama Mia: The Movie which also stars Dominic Cooper and Meryl Streep. The ABBA song is still good after so many years but promoting the movie with Seyfried’s singing? I’m not so sure. What’s for sure is that her attempt is definitely not the best cover out there.