Andrew? Andrew Hussie? Is that you?
Andrew, I can't and won't make this any simpler for you.
You failed at life. You failed. When one thinks of what man is capable of, pushing himself to the limits physically, mentally and emotionally to achieve heights of success never before mentioned, your name will not be whispered in the same, reverent fashion that others have.
Nobody will remember Andrew Hussie. You aren't even a header or a footer in the career of someone else. You are nobody. Nothing. Nada. Zilch.
In short, you are an enormous failure.
Andrew, being that you're about 35 years old and your brain has probably hard-wired itself to accept such failures by now and write off such criticism by being "flippant", really suggests that you've passed beyond the proverbial breaking-point. There's no turning back. This is your career, this is what defines you and this is what you'll defend to the end.
The abhorrent failure that is MS Paint Adventures, Andrew Hussie, that is your legacy.
Maybe I'm over-reaching, however. Who knows? People CAN change. Maybe you'll read this, Andrew, and think long and hard about what a wasteful life you've led. Maybe you'll think, "wow. It's incredible just how abysmal and pathetic I really AM!" Maybe you'll lift some weights in the morning. Maybe you'll take a self-help class.
Maybe in a couple of years, Andrew, you'll have learned from this failure. I doubt it, though.
I genuinely doubt it.
Now excuse me, I have to work on Deltarune. My accountant estimates over sixty million dollars in sales.
Du coup j'ai envie de dire : est-ce que ça valait bien le coup... ?
#NewMutants #Mavel#DevelopmentHell https://twitter.com/Superpouvoir/status/1212773985685057536 …
Lol this is why I never announce videos ahead of time. Astray vid is still not done. Hopefully... HOPEFULLY you'll be able to watch it tomorrow!
#developmenthell #neverendingwip #procrastination… https://www.instagram.com/p/B8h6rGlB8w9/?igshid=11j2ahc2ippoy …
1 month ago
A couple of years ago my friend Mark Miller and I created a pilot with Nickelodeon called Up North. It was about growing up dorky and not very masculine in the hyper manly hunter culture of Michigan. It was a love letter to all the weird awesome stuff we both loved about growing up in the Midwest . The pilot eventually eventually died a slow death at Nick, then found life at WBA then died again last week. Here’s a cover for the Bible that I drew. I’ll share more art from the pilot today! Maybe?! I make a ton of art that no one ever gets to see because it just dies in development, luckily we got the rights to this one back. #animation#developmenthell#cartoons#upnorth
This is the face of a very happy Director. My @skeletoncrewpro Crew troupe killed it this weekend performing the #DevelopmentHell reading of the #KevinSmith script for “Superman Lives”! But this post isn’t just for those who read on Saturday. This is a post for my whole gang of performers. Because this is my expression a lot as I watch these brilliant artists ply their trade. Whether it’s doing a reading, or performing a scene in class, or killing it in a #FightClub , or bringing a moment to life on set. I love my actors. I love my Crew. They are my family and my life’s work! This expression says, “Yeah, that was awesome”. Because it always is.
Photo credit to the brilliant @melmarmedia !
I’ll share more art from the pilot today! Maybe?! I make a ton of art that no one ever gets to see because it just dies in development, luckily we got the rights to this one back. #animation#developmenthell#cartoons#upnorth
FYI, @brenna_eckerson this is the perfect #art for a TV development exec ;) is it not? The wing of television where everything is always tbd tbd tbd #DevelopmentHELL but I recall you liked this one or...wait for it...reposting...
Development is my favourite because:
A) I love bananas
B) I love working on breaking a story with serious creatives wearing glasses and going “hmmm”
C) I love rice crackers with chocolate topping
D) I love tangents
E) @katecoll1 brings us pret
F) We get a phone line with a cord to twiddle
Second F) Two of the above
Halloween Spooktacular 2:
Review #13- Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers (1995)
In the end, while this film has some good atmosphere and kills, (particularly one awesome head explosion) that is what you expect out of this extremely tired franchise. Everything else at its best is unintentionally hilarious. The characters sucks, the writing is so lazy as well as hobbled together, the edit is god awful, and this film ruins the entire franchise in one a convoluted plot. The revelations are infuriating and the further focus on the Thorne cult is just baffling. The film does not remember what made the original a classic or even recall what made the sequels up to this point watchable. You will just be confused and left with so many unanswered questions. But hey, at least they got Myers’ mask right this time. This film is not thrilling or scary, it is just, like Myer’s himself, choppy and slow. There are some interesting plot points like the return of Tommy, but they are all clouded in a haze of franchise derailment and the worst writing of the franchise which is saying a lot. If you are a fan of the franchise this is worth seeing to at least once to see where the series went completely wrong, but for everyone else this is a hard skip. We witnessed the return, we survived his revenge, but the only thing cursed in this installment will be you watching it. Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers gets slashed with a D-. GRADE:D-
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Earlier this week, February 5th to be exact, would have been HR Giger’s 80th birthday. The visionary artist left his unique imprint the genre with some of his design work – most specifically his design for Ridley Scott’s "Alien". One of the many pieces of #UntoldHorror that Giger was involved in, included working with William Malone (The House on Haunted Hill, FearDotCom, Scared to Death) on a project entitled "Dead Star." The film would eventually be made in a radically different version as the 1999 film, “Supernova”, with very little of Malone’s involvement, nor Giger’s designs being utilized.
We had the chance to sit down with Malone in the last few months, who shared with us some of Giger’s original design sketches for the film.
As per William Malone: “Geiger's involvement in Dead Star really began after I’d written the screenplay and I thought well, who better to come up with the idea of what Hell should be like than H.R. Geiger...The producers who were going to make the film were very keen on having Geiger, so they sent me to Zurich to meet with him and I spent like ten days there doing designs… He did paintings and so forth…. I still have a notepad that’s about this thick of his designs that he did, which were phenomenal. And that’s where he designed a page of holes, assholes. All kinds of holes, I don’t know what that was about. It was a wonderful time. It was sort of very dream like sitting there in Geiger’s apartment and going through all these designs with him.” #HRGiger#HorrorMovies#WilliamMalone#UnmadeMovies#DevelopmentHell
In 1994, after the original run of Doctor Who was ended by the BBC there were plans for an American made series.
This is an initial sketch by Matthew Codd for the redesigned Daleks.
It seems the series would have reused (adapted) some of the scripts from the BBC original (including The Gunfighters).
Ultimately it didn't go ahead. The Paul McGann / Sylvester McCoy TV movie was eventually made instead.
I'll only believe the Uncharted movie is actually happening once I see a full trailer, and even then I might still be skeptical. #DevelopmentHell #RememberWhenWahlbergWasGoingToBeInThishttps://twitter.com/RottenTomatoes/status/1209501181434875904 …
1 month ago
Contrary to popular belief, TriStar did consider a sequel to 'Godzilla' even past theatrical release. In 1999, Tab Murphy (writer of Disney's 'Tarzan') completed a script treatment for 'Godzilla 2'. The premise of the story is similar to what ended up being 'Godzilla: the Series', with Nick finding and having a sort of parental bond with the last surviving baby Godzilla. The treatment also had Philippe returning in a leading role, and had Godzilla fighting against a brood of mutant insects, whose queen was labeled 'the queen bitch'. Hopes for the project fell apart when Emmerich and Devlin declined to do it, due to budgetary concerns. In 2003, TriStar's rights to the Godzilla character expired, effectively killing the unborn sequel.
Uncharted Movie delayed ....... again :
Yep you heard right guys and girls , the upcoming movie adaptation of the popular video game franchise starring everybody's lovable adventurer Nathan Drake. The film starring Tom Holland & Mark Wahlberg is probably going to be stuck in development hell like Sony's The Crow Reboot / Remake but as of now it's back in development.
However is anyone really asking for a Uncharted Movie i mean the video games are movies in their own right. I like Tom Holland as an actor , brilliant as Spider-Man/ Peter Parker but Nathan Drake.... ummmm yeah maybe.
You know, one of these days I might actually get around to finishing Level 2 of Proptosis Pete...#MadeinDreams #ProptosisPete#DEVELOPMENTHELL pic.twitter.com/nKOqXznNmc
Temperature is everywhere...
6 months ago
Landed an interview with David Hughes (author “The Greatest Sci-Fi Movies Never Made” and “Tales From Development Hell”) for The @escalatorpitch Podcast! Let us know any questions you might have for him! [email protected]