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We begin tonight’s very art-heavy edition of News After Dark with a piece of a piece of art by Scott Reifsnyder, a tribute to Pixar’s The Incredibles. That’s just an impressively fun movie about heroes.
Tonight in actual movie news, the effects-heavy production of Carl Erik Rinsch’s 47 Ronin has pushed back its release to 2013, citing a “tense, combative shoot” that may need some extra time to become a real movie. It’s the one where Keanu Reeves stars as a cast-out samurai in a 3D western epic. Sounds… rad.
Today’s must-read article is Noel Murray’s AV Club essay Our “white people problems” problem, in which he tells us all about why it’s time to use “white” as a pejorative. Don’t worry, you can go look up pejorative in the dictionary first.
Mondo released the full slate of their Avengers posters today, including a Captain America poster from Phantom City Creative that will end up on my wall, even if I have to kill one of you to get one. I’m sorry, but I like my wall far more than I like any other person. Sorry again, mom.
We close tonight with a music video/short film from Quentin Dupieux, the man behind such films as Rubber and Wrong. In which he performs music as Mr. Oizo and gets William Fichtner to play chess with a puppet. All of that is awesome, friends.
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