Sunday, May 31, 2009

How I Could Just Kill a Man

Nobody really, regularly reads this blog. And why should they? It is sporadically updated and not very often a fount of personal confession...

Who reads this, then? The randoms who might come across a mention of my work and decide to look me up. My reps, perhaps, occasionally, furtively. Producers, executives, assistants. Curiously. Ever so curiously.

Here's what you should know, ALL OF YOU:

I have officially, completely sacrificed any semblance of a proper single's social life in an effort to focus on all the projects that I may or may not be working on in the near future.

Not yet noon on a *gorgeous* Sunday on the Nor'east of AMERICA and I am holed up in my diminutive studio Fortress of Solitude on the Upper West Side of Manhattan, nursing an alcohol-infused refreshment as I hunker down and try to focus on three different projects. Generating notes on characters and plot. Prepping for a conference call I've got scheduled Monday night. And a storybeat outline for another project. And a "take document" for yet another project.


And what is my only release......?

INFAMOUS for the PS3.

You should know, however, that I have everything completely under control.

More when more warrants...

Tuesday, May 12, 2009


When is IMAX *not* IMAX...?

When it's the "IMAX" at the AMC Empire 25 on 42nd Street in NYC.

Don't get me wrong, it's a pretty big screen.

But it's NOT the insanely big IMAX at the AMC Loews Lincoln Square 13 on 68th & Broadway.

And if you're going to pay $17.50 for a fucking IMAX movie ticket, you should probably go to the truly massive IMAX theater on 68th Street as opposed to the bare-minimum IMAX theater on 42nd Street.

I'm just saying. It's a lot of money.

A rant from Aziz Ansari explaining things further here.

Detailed article from the LF Examiner.

Consider this your last warning.

Monday, May 04, 2009

The Future is Beneath Us

"God" love them, the MTA has a new propaganda campaign about the revitalization of the city's infrastructure that I caught wind of tonight, via a subway advert.


"... mega underground infrastructure projects that will dramatically change how we move around New York...!"

Perfectly... serendipitous... in relation to one of the projects I've been toiling over, which takes place in New York City... where the infrastructure is notably ancient...

More on this—and other things—when I'm @ liberty, of course...