Vamps is the new horror comedy that reunites the dream team of director Amy Heckerling and actress Alicia Silverstone. It's on blu-ray and DVD today and The Mary Sue had the opportunity of speaking with the director about the film, her past work, and the industry.
Aaaaaas Yooooou WiiiiiiiiiiiishConsider my heart officially warmed. The cast of The Princess Bride got together last night at a special New York Film Festival screening to celebrate the 25th anniversary of their classic film. Absent from the screening was, of course, André the Giant, a.k.a. Fezzik, who passed away in 1993. In a post-screening Q&A, Mandy Patinkin (Inigo Montoya) shared with the 1,000-strong audience how André comforted a deathly-afrid-of-heights Wallace Shawn (Vizzini) during the Cliffs of Insanity scene by cradling the actor—who was a good two feet shorter than him—in a makeshift papoose, patting him on the head and saying "Don't worry. I'll take care of you." I'm sorry, I just have something in my eye...
Things We Saw TodayJust think of the possibilities. Teacher: Sally, where's your homework. Sally: I think it's somewhere behind the pool, probably lost forever. But if I find it, I'll hand it in last week. (via Nerd Approved)
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Tom Hanks. Joan Cusack. Wallace Shawn. Michael Keaton. Don Rickles. Toy Story 3 was filled to the brim with A-listers (and I didn't even list half, and didn't even mention Kristin Schaal). You all know; you all saw it and you all cried. Now take a look behind the scenes and watch as some of the voice talents put their all into their characters and record their parts. My favorite would have to be watching
BetelgeuseMichael Keaton voicing Ken. He seems so all-American when he's not botching bio-exorcisms. To watch the first part of the behind the scenes footage, go here. (via Mental Floss)