Friday, 9 July 2010

E14 Exchange

Rob: Hey dude.
Brad: Hey, man. I bet your flat is really untidy, right?
Rob: Why do you say that? Because Lizzie's away?
Brad: You have testosterone in your body. Your significant other is away. Therefore, you cannot be bothered to tidy up, wash up or cook.
Rob: It's no worse than when she left, but I've not cooked tonight.
Brad: The shop didn't have any beef jerky. I had to make do with Bombay Mix. Nice in its own way, but not quite the same thing.
Rob: Yeah, very much not.
Brad: I'm also regretting my Cavalier attitude towards the word "hot" on the packaging. Ouch.
Rob: I never understood the phrase "Cavalier attitude". Were Roundheads particularly cautious?
Rob: Watching CSI, a thought has occurred.
Brad: *glasses on*
Rob: If semen fluoroesces under UV light, and scorpions fluoresce under UV light, are scorpions made of jizz?
Brad: I'd say...*glasses off*…They *are*.
Brad: I made Blake drinkspit whilst playing Diablo II, once. I was a level two druid, and it went something like this: "Speed of a puma!" *Shifts to bear form* "Ah, crap."
Brad: Got much on this "weekend"?
Rob: Going to Rochester for Dan's birthday on Sunday, Bluewater on Monday, where I may purchase my PS3.
Brad: Ah, I'll be in Rochester on Sunday for my Grandad's 80th birthday. If I see you I'll flick the Vs.
Rob: I doubt you'll still be in Rochester by the time I get there, but I'll bear that in mind and keep an eye out for you.
Brad: Try flicking the Vs at random people. One of them *might* be me.
Rob: True, or I'll get punched.
Brad: I've never understood your phobia of random punchings.
Rob: I've never understood your phobia of industrial photocopiers.
Brad: I was fucked by one when I was a baby.
Rob: Ah...way to lower the toner.
Brad: What's your article on tomorrow?
Rob: Assorted things that have pissed me off over the past week or so.
Brad: Cool. I've never been the focus of one of your articles before.
Brad: Everything all right?
Rob: Yeah, Lizzie was just having a little trouble sleeping.
Brad: So, you just punched her, yeah?
Rob: Of course, how would you have handled it?
Brad: Well, my first reaction would probably have been "What do you mean you can't sleep? What the fuck are you doing in my house? You live in Brighton you silly bint!" then, I would have punched her.
Rob: I mean if you were m…Never mind...
Brad: You're gay.
Rob: Wait, what? Damn it, I've been building a happy healthy heterosexual relationship. What a waste of time...
Brad: ...
Rob: ...Well, off to bum.
Brad: Me too. Catch you soon, buddy.
Rob: ...I was kidding dude.
Brad: Did I say "bum"? I meant "lunch".

Twentieth Century Fox and James Cameron have announced that Avatar: Special Edition will be released in cinemas on Friday, 27th August, in a limited engagement and exclusively in Digital 3D and IMAX 3D.

This version of Cameron’s epic will include more than eight minutes of new footage. Since – and largely as of result of - Avatar's release last December, the number of available digital 3D screens has exploded, and moviegoers who missed experiencing the film in 3D will now have that opportunity.

Commented James Cameron: "Audiences repeatedly told me they wanted more of Pandora, and wished they could have stayed there longer. So we’re making that possible. Avatar: Special Edition will be exclusively in 3D, and will have eight minutes of never before seen footage, including new creatures and action scenes. Whether you already love the movie, or you've never seen it, with this Special Edition, you'll be seeing it like never before."

Commented Fox Filmed Entertainment chairmen and CEOs, Jim Gianopulos and Tom Rothman: “Avatar: Special Edition is especially gratifying, because not only has Avatar become one of the most beloved films in history, but after its initial theatrical release, we have been inundated with requests to re-release the film in theaters in 3D. Equally important, we’re thrilled that Jim Cameron is able to give audiences even more of what they loved about Avatar.”

The Oscar and Golden Globe winning epic is the highest grossing film of all time (is it just me, or is every new film "the highest grossing film of all time"?), taking in over $2.7 billion in worldwide box office.

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