Monday, January 19, 2009

On Days Off

Happy MLK day world. A Day off from school and work. This hasn't happened in awhile. I tried to be semi productive this morning and went into the lab. But pretty much as soon as I got there talk turned to breakfast and my self, Jason, Sarah, and Beth went to Galaxy. While Blackhole Pancakes, Bacon, and Corn Beef Hash are a wonderfully guilty breakfast it's put me in a very lethargic mood all day. Got back to the lab and thought about running just those elidgable to test tomrrow then decided to say fuck it and I'd do everything tomrrow.

So I came home and started doing laundry, picked up my room, caught up on podcasts, and downloaded some music. Finally got the Fleet Foxes album, which I'm about to put on, as well as Snowden's Anti-Anti. This is on top of the Modest Mouse discogrophy I finally finished and and Crystal Castles I still haven't gotten to. I really wish I had an iPod so I could listen to music on the way to work or during close or a little better when I'm by myself in the lab. I also caught up on a new webcomic Horribleville, I like it, was able to catch up in one afternoon and it's now in my feed. I think it only updates once a week which is kinda lame but I like what I've seen so far.

But anyway none of this is wanted to post about. This is what I wanted to bring to everyone's attention. I'm really excited and a little worried about this at the same time. As we speak I'm redownloading the series and the movie, to watch it again and nostalga my brain out. I really loved Cowboy Bebop as a kid and a part of me is really pumped to see more done with the universe. However Keanu Reeves as Spike Speigle? Not excited about that at all. Keera Nightly is rumored as Faye Valintine and Bruce Willis as Jet Black. If these have any streaks of truth to them then this could turn out to be a pretty big movie. One question though, who could play Ed? I think that's the biggest question we need to have ansewer today.

1 comment:

  1. Crystle Castles shouldn't be high on the priority list. As for the Cowboy Bebop, I am sorry to be the bearer of bad news. You've already seen the americanization/live action treatment with Speed Racer, and that was probably the easiest to adapt. Anime will not, nor will it ever translate to live action cinema. It seems that a majority of american directors have run out of idea or are just being extremely lazy, by mimicking everything Japan creates.

    And I could write a dissertation on why Keanu Reeves is not right for this film or any film for matter. Refer to

    Thank god for American directors like Spielberg, who can take celluloid and turn into dogshit. Cowboy Bebop, Akira, and Ghost in a Shell are going to raped of any dignity they might have.
    Who is directing Cowboy Bebop, do you know?