“We thank Mr Singer for his work on the project so far but, frankly, that sort of nonsense is just not going to fly round here. Queen II is a stone classic, it’s got Seven Seas of Rhye on for God’s sake.”
“When we returned from London a few years ago, I had thought that something wasn’t quite as it should be, as Sylvester seemed more subdued than normal. But as he usually only communicates in neanderthal grunts I wasn’t too concerned.”
“Whilst we are big fans of the original story, we feel that this new interpretation of the classic tale could really make it relevant for a new generation,” is definitely the sort of thing a studio executive would say about a new adaptation of a Christmas Carol.
“So, also, you know - you’re welcome China. And if you want to give us some sort of award or something, then we’re totally available.”
“I literally can’t believe that something about Star Wars has happened,” said Star Wars fan Barry Starwars who really, really bloody loves Star Wars.
All of a sudden, a man in a stripy sweater, a glove of blades and a heavy latex mask speeds through the scene, screaming an expletive as he crashes into a pile of trashcans.
You should never kill deers, man. Like ever.
The bond amongst the cartoon animals, some nutty, some naughty, in their quest to save the park, is redolent of the quiet and noble resistance in Rossellini’s Rome: Open City.
“There’s usually a fire going and she just sleeps down there in the dirt. There’s a hole outside for...you know.”
I’ve known Will ever since we worked together on an adaptation of King Lear played entirely by children. Like Bugsy Malone but with more eye-gouging and dementia.