A Tuna called Justice
January 24, 2019 11:56 AM   Subscribe

The 2019 movie Serenity "has a twist that is so out of left field, it feels like you have fallen into some drug-fueled fever dream."

-The mildly NSFW trailer promises a release date of "This Fall."

-According to Vulture's J-Score system, a methodology for ranking January releases according to their January-ness, Serenity has a preliminary J-Score of 27, roughly on par with Monster Trucks, Labor Day, and 12 Strong: The Declassified True Story of the Horse Soldiers. Depending on eventual box office, that score could rise as high as 52, placing Serenity in the august ranks of Legion and The Loft.
posted by Iridic (105 comments total) 17 users marked this as a favorite
 


I haven't even seen it and I'm already convinced it's the best video game adaptation ever made.
posted by Mr.Encyclopedia at 12:08 PM on January 24 [7 favorites]


Do they bring Wash back to life?
posted by ActingTheGoat at 12:12 PM on January 24 [99 favorites]


MetaFilter: The tuna called “Justice”
posted by Wolfdog at 12:15 PM on January 24 [5 favorites]


Che mala for tuna! Che mala for tuna!
posted by chavenet at 12:21 PM on January 24 [3 favorites]


Do they bring Wash back to life?

Now that would be Shiny Like a tuna on the wind
posted by lalochezia at 12:22 PM on January 24 [12 favorites]




OK. In my house, we have this thing we say: "Well, [so-and-so] has to eat."

It's an explanation for how A-list actors end up in questionable projects. As in: "Wait, Chronicles of Riddick??" "Yeah, well Judi Dench has to eat."

Anyway. Pretty much everybody in this movie has to eat.
posted by The Bellman at 12:23 PM on January 24 [11 favorites]


uh, take that M. Night Shyamalan !
posted by k5.user at 12:23 PM on January 24 [10 favorites]


Washington Post:

All will be revealed in the fullness of time — assuming you don’t get so annoyed that you walk out after 15 minutes and slip into a screening of, say, “If Beale Street Could Talk.” (If it could, it might say, “Don’t watch ‘Serenity.’ ”)
posted by Midnight Skulker at 12:23 PM on January 24 [4 favorites]


It looks like this is the end of the McConaissance.
posted by The Card Cheat at 12:25 PM on January 24 [2 favorites]


This sounds like it could be the plot of an OK episode of the Twilight Zone.
posted by paper chromatographologist at 12:27 PM on January 24 [5 favorites]


Q. How do Reavers clean their big wooden stakes?
A. They run them through the Wash!
posted by mochapickle at 12:27 PM on January 24 [38 favorites]


You can't just toss the title "Serenity" around willy nilly like that.

My heart...
posted by humboldt32 at 12:27 PM on January 24 [22 favorites]


>Pretty much everybody in this movie has to eat.

I'm confused. Were Matthew McConaughey and Anne Hathaway not eating?
posted by Sing Or Swim at 12:28 PM on January 24 [9 favorites]


OK. In my house, we have this thing we say: "Well, [so-and-so] has to eat."

I object! Chronicles of Riddick was awesome.
posted by TheWhiteSkull at 12:29 PM on January 24 [27 favorites]


A long time ago I read a review of a book with an adjacent premise and it sounded absolutely fascinating. I tracked down the book and it was just meh, but I'm still a little in love with the concept. Doesn't sound like this is the project that finally executed it well, but I'm not gonna shit on them for trying. God bless interesting failures.
posted by prize bull octorok at 12:29 PM on January 24 [4 favorites]


I'm confused. Were Matthew McConaughey and Anne Hathaway not eating?

Yeah, that's sort of where the theory falls apart I guess. Some actors, eating or no, will just be in anything.
posted by The Bellman at 12:30 PM on January 24 [2 favorites]


Birth Movies Death: What the Hell Did I Just Watch?
posted by 1970s Antihero at 12:33 PM on January 24 [2 favorites]


Wow. I can't wait to see what kind of erotic thriller they make out of Lee Carvallo's Putting Challenge.
posted by Kitty Stardust at 12:33 PM on January 24 [31 favorites]


it feels like you have fallen into some drug-fueled fever dream.

It took me awhile to figure out that we were dumping on this movie, because this line made me really really want to see it.
posted by mr_roboto at 12:36 PM on January 24 [5 favorites]


The mildly NSFW trailer

Did that trailer have a trailer for the trailer before the trailer?
posted by ultraviolet catastrophe at 12:38 PM on January 24 [1 favorite]


I'm confused. Were Matthew McConaughey and Anne Hathaway not eating?


He still has dragon steaks in the freezer.
posted by humboldt32 at 12:39 PM on January 24 [11 favorites]


And now that I've read the spoiler review.... It really doesn't sound that bad.
posted by mr_roboto at 12:39 PM on January 24 [1 favorite]


The Guardian review is worth reading, pretty entertaining in itself (on Twitter the reviewer said he couldn't decide whether to give it one star or five stars, hence the three star review): "do yourself the kindness of seeing this zeppelin crash of a film before its unceremonious dismissal from theaters".
I read the spoiler plot summary - it sounds like if M Night Shyamalan watched too much Black Mirror.
posted by EndsOfInvention at 12:42 PM on January 24 [2 favorites]


As in: "Wait, Chronicles of Riddick??" "Yeah, well Judi Dench has to eat."

Vin Diesel got Judi Dench to play D&D with him as part of the filming of Riddick, so I think we can say that overall the whole endeavor was a wild success.
posted by Copronymus at 12:42 PM on January 24 [76 favorites]


Pretty much everybody in this movie has to eat.

Serenity is also going to put food on the table and complimentary mattresses on the bedframe for legions of podcast hosts.
posted by Iridic at 12:43 PM on January 24 [14 favorites]


But how does it compare to The Mule, as reviewed on SNL by Pete Davidson and John Mulaney, which they called "a superhero movie for old people," or more specifically, old, white men? (context via TV/AV Club)
posted by filthy light thief at 12:46 PM on January 24 [9 favorites]


I too was coming in to share the story that Corpronymus did about Vin Diesel teaching Judi Dench about tabletop gaming during Riddick. No matter what you think of the film, it lead to that moment.
posted by EmpressCallipygos at 12:55 PM on January 24 [1 favorite]


Are movies not obligated to not have the same name of other movies? It's one thing for films in the same franchise to occasionally ape the original name as part of a rebranding effort... but this straight up is a different movie using the same name as an existing and beloved one? Am I missing something?

I am not looking forward to all the moments in the future where I'll be excited to talk about Serenity but then it turns out they were actually talking about Serenity.
posted by GoblinHoney at 1:02 PM on January 24 [7 favorites]


OK. In my house, we have this thing we say: "Well, [so-and-so] has to eat."

So hungry they chew on the scenery.
posted by zamboni at 1:05 PM on January 24 [14 favorites]


The Michael Caine quote about Jaws 4 comes to mind.
posted by tobascodagama at 1:07 PM on January 24 [22 favorites]


Are movies not obligated to not have the same name of other movies?

No. Be especially careful around movies called "Jack Frost".
posted by paper chromatographologist at 1:08 PM on January 24 [14 favorites]


Well in that case, somebody should release a documentary about an important issue and call it STAR WARS episode IX just for the trick views.
posted by GoblinHoney at 1:13 PM on January 24 [5 favorites]


Also movies named "Crash."
posted by sjswitzer at 1:13 PM on January 24 [15 favorites]


Some more Chronicles of Riddick andecdata, apparently Vin D taught Dench to play DND, but Dench taught Vin D to knit in return and apparently he’s quite good at it and enjoys the maths aspect.
posted by Faintdreams at 1:16 PM on January 24 [41 favorites]


Some actors, eating or no, will just be in anything.

The Nicolas Cage Syndrome
posted by slogger at 1:16 PM on January 24 [7 favorites]


And "Frozen."
posted by mochapickle at 1:17 PM on January 24 [2 favorites]



The Michael Caine quote about Jaws 4 comes to mind.


In case one of the 3 people on earth who haven't heard this quote.....truly a great moment in interviewing:

[on Jaws: The Revenge (1987)]
"I have never seen it, but by all accounts it is terrible. However, I have seen the house that it built, and it is terrific."
posted by lalochezia at 1:19 PM on January 24 [24 favorites]


That sounds fucking stupid. It's like TRON plus abandonment plus a PLOT TWIST! plus...dumb.

Oh, I am well aware of Michael Caine's remarks about JAWS IV, but this script sounds dumber than the book Ready Player One, which was just a recitation of 1980s nerd hobby touchstones.
posted by wenestvedt at 1:20 PM on January 24 [1 favorite]


> Vin Diesel got Judi Dench to play D&D with him as part of the filming of Riddick

Holy shit.

> so I think we can say that overall the whole endeavor was a wild success.

Big time.
posted by Tell Me No Lies at 1:25 PM on January 24


I object! Chronicles of Riddick was awesome.

Chronicles of Riddick is a sequel to Pitch Black, which was a competent SF thriller in the Alien genre.

But now imagine what if James Cameron had decided his sequel, The Alien Chronicles, should be a swashbuckling pulp space opera revealing that Ripley is the last of the Furions, the only race in the galaxy that can save the universe from the Necromongers, and she must team up with an Air Elemental (played by Dame Judy Dench) to face the nefarious soul-sucking Lord Marshal.

Watching them for the first time back-to-back was amazing. I have never seen a sequel take such a crazy left turn from the previous movie.
posted by straight at 1:28 PM on January 24 [25 favorites]


I walked out of The Mule about an hour into it when I realized the Second Foundation was never going to show up.
posted by gauche at 1:29 PM on January 24 [46 favorites]


Some actors, eating or no, will just be in anything.

I've always thought that, if you liked the people you were working with, being an actor in a bad movie would be just as much fun, maybe more fun, than being an actor in a good movie.

Unless you're really worried about maintaining a particular image or think Everything You Do Must Be Serious Art.
posted by straight at 1:35 PM on January 24 [15 favorites]


Chronicles of Riddick is the closest anyone who isn't Luc Besson has ever gotten to filming a French 1970s sci-fi bande dessinée.
posted by TheWhiteSkull at 1:38 PM on January 24 [5 favorites]


For any anime fans out there, there was a series that aired recently with a similarly out-of-left-field twist:

click to be spoiled
I'm referring to last fall's SSSS.Gridman, a very loosely-adapted reboot of a cheesy live-action tokusatsu series from the 90s. The anime version draws a lot of stylistic inspiration from Neon Genesis Evangelion, but the eventual twist is entirely different.

posted by teraflop at 1:46 PM on January 24 [3 favorites]


Not surprising. That's been the "twist" in about three or four short stories I read last year and there may be more lurking in the stack of stories I need to read this month.

If I were running a lit mag, I'd ban "secret robots" as well.
posted by betweenthebars at 1:47 PM on January 24 [3 favorites]


Serenity is also going to put food on the table and complimentary mattresses on the bedframe for legions of podcast hosts.

I can't wait for this one to be featured on the Flophouse.
posted by beandip at 1:48 PM on January 24 [2 favorites]


SSSS.Gridman was brilliant, though. I mean, the basic premise is "what if you actually had to live in one of those towns that keeps getting destroyed in cheesy '80s kaiju shows?"
posted by TheWhiteSkull at 1:50 PM on January 24 [2 favorites]


SSSS.Gridman was brilliant, though. I mean, the basic premise is "what if you actually had to live in one of those towns that keeps getting destroyed in cheesy '80s kaiju shows?"

I'm still not entirely sure what happened, or where those kaiju came from in the first place.
posted by Edgewise at 1:53 PM on January 24


I was initially interested in this film for Blonde Anne Hathaway. Now I want to see it and then hear it reviewed on the podcast "How Did This Get Made?".
posted by Emmy Rae at 2:04 PM on January 24 [1 favorite]


I thought Gridman was terribly stylish but ultimately kind of silly--until the twist, which I thought was really touching, and kind of elevated the whole thing. 10/10, would derail thread again.
posted by Sing Or Swim at 2:05 PM on January 24


I haven't read the thread, but I am intrigued by the wildness of the twist: is it worth seeing spoiler free apart from the knowledge that a twist exists? Or is it mostly just bad?
posted by codacorolla at 2:22 PM on January 24


I haven't seen it but it sounds like a bad Outer Limits episode, and those are only 44 minutes long instead of wasting two hours.
posted by muddgirl at 2:25 PM on January 24


click to be spoiled

I have been browsing and lurking on metafilter for 10+ years and I've never seen an expandable comment before. How the hell did you do that? This is the real plot twist.
posted by weed donkey at 2:27 PM on January 24 [45 favorites]


I found out about Serenity from this Polygon review. It sounds so ridiculous, especially the exact moment the twist is revealed.
posted by sleeping bear at 2:32 PM on January 24 [1 favorite]


I thought Gridman was terribly stylish but ultimately kind of silly--until the twist, which I thought was really touching, and kind of elevated the whole thing. 10/10, would derail thread again.

I know what you mean, but it seemed to me pretty early on that something very very weird was going on, and the tokusatsu silliness was a byproduct of a deeper weirdness. Which was true! I just don't fully understand the nature of that weirdness. It was actually far stranger that FLCL.
posted by Edgewise at 2:35 PM on January 24


I have been browsing and lurking on metafilter for 10+ years and I've never seen an expandable comment before. How the hell did you do that? This is the real plot twist.

It's the details tag. See this amusing metatalk from last year.
posted by paper chromatographologist at 2:37 PM on January 24 [21 favorites]


Every longshot movie can sound good or foolish in a pitch. What elevated the Matrix (another action/cyber movie), Shaun of the Dead (another zombie movie), 300 (another sword and sandals), Taken (another revenge movie), or so many other movies that might have been "just another X" movie? There's an aspect of this where actors just have to cross their fingers, give their all, and hope it comes together.
posted by clinthowarth at 3:22 PM on January 24 [3 favorites]


You can't just toss the title "Serenity" around willy nilly like that.

Honestly, given what we know now about Joss Whedon and Adam Baldwin, it's probably time to let go of the name Serenity.
posted by Merus at 3:22 PM on January 24 [19 favorites]


If Serenity '19 does nothing but inadvertently teach me how to put spoilerspace in MetaFilter comments, it will have been worth it.
posted by Halloween Jack at 3:26 PM on January 24 [6 favorites]


Let's all just bask in the glory that is MM's name in the film: Baker Dill.

Baker Dill.

Baker Dill.
posted by zardoz at 3:40 PM on January 24 [9 favorites]


Did that trailer have a trailer for the trailer before the trailer?

Ever since trailers started showing up as YT-style ads, yes, this is a thing. It’s been called the micro-teaser.
posted by Monochrome at 3:50 PM on January 24 [1 favorite]


Ask your doctor if Bakerdil is right for you.
posted by paper chromatographologist at 3:50 PM on January 24 [21 favorites]


Watching them for the first time back-to-back was amazing. I have never seen a sequel take such a crazy left turn from the previous movie.

Ahem.

Highlander -> Highlander 2
posted by ericales at 4:20 PM on January 24 [12 favorites]


I was initially interested in this film for Blonde Anne Hathaway.

I am suddenly intensely interested in your reaction to Brokeback Mountain.
posted by EmpressCallipygos at 4:26 PM on January 24 [1 favorite]


OK. In my house, we have this thing we say: "Well, [so-and-so] has to eat."

"As Michael Caine said of Jaws IV, 'I haven't seen the movie, but I've heard that it's terrible. I have seen the house that it built, and it is fantastic.'"
posted by qxntpqbbbqxl at 4:26 PM on January 24 [1 favorite]


Reading the thread of comments to a post before commenting seems to be old fashioned these days. Maybe it's because of the mega-threads?
posted by hippybear at 4:36 PM on January 24 [11 favorites]


Some actors, eating or no, will just be in anything.

...You gotta do the safe picture, then you do the art picture. Then sometimes you gotta do the payback picture, because your friend says you owe him... And then sometimes you have to go back to the well... And then sometimes you do "Reindeer Games"... That's just mean.
posted by jkaczor at 4:47 PM on January 24 [3 favorites]


"Money, dear boy." - Olivier's answer to why he was in Inchon. I could swear he said something similar while interviewed on the set of A Little Romance, but I cannot find the link to the old Reader's Digest article I believe that I read.
posted by Mutant Lobsters from Riverhead at 5:05 PM on January 24 [2 favorites]


HAHAHAHAHA I just looked up the spoiler. HAHAHAHAHA.

HAHAHAHAH

HAHAHAHA

OH MAN

That would have made me angry if I was actually watching the movie.
posted by bondcliff at 5:08 PM on January 24 [8 favorites]


So basically it's Cybercrime City Mysteries.
posted by kenko at 5:12 PM on January 24


I'm confused. Were Matthew McConaughey and Anne Hathaway not eating?

The corresponding remark from my father when I was a kid, which might be more operative in this case than needing to eat, was "a gig's a gig".
posted by kenko at 5:21 PM on January 24 [2 favorites]


You earn the money when you get the chance if you're working in a gig economy sort of job (which acting is). Pass over that project and this project and that other one, and you might find you don't get any more offers for 20 years when you're somehow now a "classic" and you've been working at Starbucks for 10 years with nobody recognizing you at your current age.
posted by hippybear at 5:28 PM on January 24 [3 favorites]


Reading the thread of comments to a post before commenting seems to be old fashioned these days. Maybe it's because of the mega-threads?

This reminds me of that time Vin Diesel taught Dame Judi Dench how to build Michael Caine's house in D&D.
posted by Mr.Encyclopedia at 5:35 PM on January 24 [30 favorites]


I heard an anecdote once where Michael Caine's house and Vin Diesel played D&D with Judi Dench and a shark. It was shot on film by the director of Riddick.
posted by hippybear at 5:39 PM on January 24 [12 favorites]


I have never seen it, but by all accounts it is terrible. However, I have seen the statuary that it built, and it has polyhedral faces.
posted by It's Raining Florence Henderson at 5:46 PM on January 24 [16 favorites]


In return Judi Dench taught Vin Diesel how to knit, so he knit a house that Michael Caine refused to see because Wash got killed by the Reavers in it, and that is terrible.
posted by Mr.Encyclopedia at 5:49 PM on January 24 [19 favorites]


I love Chronicles of Riddick unabashedly, and beyond rational measure. Especially the scene where Judi Dench locks Vin Diesel in a head cage full of bees.
posted by It's Raining Florence Henderson at 6:08 PM on January 24 [8 favorites]


She's a national treasure.
posted by It's Raining Florence Henderson at 6:11 PM on January 24 [4 favorites]


Let's all just bask in the glory that is MM's name in the film: Baker Dill.

Baker Dill.

Baker Dill.


My hypothesis is that McConaughey chooses roles based on character names. I mean, check out these actual real McConaughey character names (from this tweet)

- BUSTER MOON
- BUDDY DEEDS
- RUST COHLE
- BAKER DILL
- MOONDOG
- DALLAS
- DANNY BUCK
- DIRK PITT
- BUD HOAGIE
- TIP TUCKER
- WOODERSON
- MUD

posted by rodlymight at 6:21 PM on January 24 [33 favorites]


Well, he very well could have been named Al Wright.

...Al Wright, Al Wright
posted by mochapickle at 6:41 PM on January 24 [22 favorites]


Also that Guardian review lalochezia mentioned above is perfection. A sample:
"McConaughey and Hathaway share a mesmerizing anti-chemistry, not only implausible as lovers but as occupants of the same dimension."
posted by mochapickle at 6:48 PM on January 24 [5 favorites]


I am suddenly intensely interested in your reaction to Brokeback Mountain.

Ah well my Catholic boyfriend took me to see it because it was being shown on our college campus for free. It brought some of our mismatch awkwardly to the fore and I lost focus on Anne's Hair. My priorities were all wrong in those days.
posted by Emmy Rae at 7:17 PM on January 24 [2 favorites]


Are movies not obligated to not have the same name of other movies?

Let me tell you, if it is 1989 and you are running a rep cinema when there are two very different movies called Black Rain in release, it causes so much confusion that you may very well end up recounting that online thirty years later.

Or so I hear.

My only regret is that we didn’t schedule them as a double bill.
posted by ricochet biscuit at 7:44 PM on January 24 [17 favorites]


Oh, and I just watched the trailer and think it's a good one. No idea about the movie but the trailer is nicely made (if a bit overlong and revealing).
posted by zardoz at 7:55 PM on January 24


Wasn't it William Goldman who said something along the lines of, the reason big stars get the big bucks is because producers are comfortable with giving them a script and saying, "Please make this piece of crap look good, thank you."?
posted by Chitownfats at 8:33 PM on January 24 [3 favorites]


I can almost guarantee that McConaughey and Hathaway don't eat like you and me.
posted by valkane at 9:58 PM on January 24 [1 favorite]


In the sequel, it's revealed that the whole first movie was just a dream being had by a chef who fell asleep while preparing baked dill tuna. The tuna is ruined, and when the customer complains, the chef gets fired. That customer turns out to be none other than movie star Matthew McConaughey. McConaughey feels bad about getting the chef fired, so he takes the man on a fishing trip. Only it turns out that they're both living inside NOAA hurricane modelling software, so their boat ends up obliterated by 150 mph winds and both of them die. The End.
posted by dephlogisticated at 10:07 PM on January 24 [19 favorites]


Followed by Serenity III: what’s the dilly, yo?, where it’s revealed that Justice was once human, and turned tuna as the result of a genetic experiment gone wrong. His full name? Justice Dill. He rescues his dad McConaughey from the NOAA simulation, only to have his bubbles and fin slaps misunderstood as the chef decides to turn him into a sandwich.... using a jar of mayo that was once Anne Hathaway. The end?
posted by weed donkey at 11:08 PM on January 24 [4 favorites]


Twist: I was a few paragraphs into the article when suddenly all the text disappeared and was replaced by an advert encouraging me to learn German
posted by BinaryApe at 12:15 AM on January 25 [5 favorites]


I just spoiled this for myself, to those who haven't THE TWIST IS AMAZING.
posted by Damienmce at 6:43 AM on January 25


So ... it's a grimdark live-action reboot of The Lego Movie, set on an island?
posted by gauche at 7:15 AM on January 25 [4 favorites]


Christy Lemire say that Serenity is a terrible movie and that you should grab your friends and go see it immediately.

Amazed to realize that this is the same director as Locke with Tom Hardy in a car which was one of my favorite movies of the last few years.
posted by octothorpe at 7:54 AM on January 25 [1 favorite]


Are movies not obligated to not have the same name of other movies? It's one thing for films in the same franchise to occasionally ape the original name as part of a rebranding effort... but this straight up is a different movie using the same name as an existing and beloved one? Am I missing something?

Nope. Witness Crash(1996) and best picture of the year Crash(2004).
posted by octothorpe at 8:05 AM on January 25


Opening line of Lemire's review: “Serenity” is terrible and insane, and will surely end up being one of the worst films of 2019.
posted by doctornemo at 10:09 AM on January 25 [1 favorite]


There's a moment in the trailer, around 1:41, which seems to tip the movie's hand.
Or maybe it just seems that way to me, once I've read the spoilers.
posted by doctornemo at 10:10 AM on January 25


Serenity is a solid entry in the under-served mindfuck genre - - it's such a waste to have it spoiled by a trashy blog article rather than experiencing it first hand. Serenity would have received the love it deserves if had been released in the 1980's, there was never any hope for it in the hater 20teens.
posted by fairmettle at 5:00 PM on January 25 [1 favorite]


I am going to see this.
posted by Literaryhero at 6:34 PM on January 25 [2 favorites]


Serenity has a preliminary J-Score of 27, roughly on par with Monster Trucks

FTR, Monster Trucks was easily the most underrated kids movie of 2017 - - here is the NYT review.
posted by fairmettle at 2:56 AM on January 26


I wasn't planning to see this movie, because of my deep, abiding, and irrational loathing of Matthew McConnaughy, but having read the spoilers and learned the twist... I kinda want to watch it now.
posted by sarcasticah at 8:24 AM on January 26


I wasn't planning to see this movie, because of my deep, abiding, and irrational loathing of Matthew McConnaughy

Matthew McConaughey did such an amazing job being an outright jerk in Contact I couldn't watch a movie he was in for years. That was some solid acting.

Now? I recognize him for one of the many flavors of quirky Texans (and boy howdy, do we have many flavors. Way more than Baskin Robbins.)

I just asked my wife if she wanted to have "dinner and a movie" with a potentially B-movie or just stay at home and watch a "good" movie or both and she said she didn't care. So, we're probably doing both but expectations are set to laugh during Serenity, if it is actually a train wreck.
posted by a non mouse, a cow herd at 9:02 AM on January 26


fairmettle: "FTR, Monster Trucks was easily the most underrated kids movie of 2017 "

Agree, Monster Trucks is a great movie.
posted by Mitheral at 9:02 AM on January 27 [1 favorite]


"Money, dear boy." - Olivier's answer to why he was in Inchon. I could swear he said something similar while interviewed on the set of A Little Romance, but I cannot find the link to the old Reader's Digest article I believe that I read.

And he taught that lesson to Diane Lane on the set of A Little Romance, and then she starred in Serenity...
posted by edeezy at 11:14 PM on February 22


She did Superman v. Batman for the art, though.
posted by straight at 6:42 AM on February 23 [2 favorites]


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