There used to be a Korova Milk Bar in the east village. It was a fun place.
With the Oscars fast approaching and new Banksy pieces popping up all over LA, I figured I would jump the gun and render Robin Gunningham aka Banksy’s inevitable Oscar win.
UPDATE: He lost.
Saw this film the other day. Couldn’t picture the poster in my head because the original one is less than memorable.
Had to make my own.
My friend Eric Appel directed a new short film for Funny or Die. Its 17 mins long. Its the first short film they’ve ever done. Its a pretty big deal. It stars Charlie Sanders, my favorite improv coach I’ve ever had. He wrote this and I saw a number of shorter stage versions of this. Simply put, its fanfugging tastic. I’m pretty proud of both these guys, and the quality of work really shows through. Watch it and enjoy.
“In June of 1944, an exceptional U.S. Army unit went into action in Normandy. Its weapons included hundreds of inflatable tanks and a one-of-a-kind collection of sound effects records, and it carried out its battlefield mission without firing a shot. The unit was officially called the 23rd Headquarters Special Troops, but it was known to its men as The Ghost Army.”