All the news about Harvey Weinstein in the last couple of weeks has gotten me thinking about this age-old question again: Where do you separate the art from the artist? What do you do when you discover that the creator of a work you love is an asshole, has done something heinous, or is even an outright criminal? Is there a point where a person becomes SO repugnant that you can no longer support the creative work they were involved in?
Travis takes a look at the last two weeks of SNL, where Wonder Woman Gal Gadot and Kumail Nanjiani hosted on the different episodes.
Travis takes a look at ‘You Have Killed Me’, which is offered in the latest Previews in a new softcover edition for Valentine’s Day.
Travis takes a look at the comics he gets for a friend at work, with the second arc of Infamous Iron Man, and Bill and Ted Save the Universe.
Travis likes cookies, and tells you about a couple of good recent Oreo flavors, and also shares a funny picture of a non-sale.
Over the past few days, I’ve had the opportunity to watch (or re-watch) a bunch of movies. Don’t you want to know what I thought of them? I know you do!!!
I was 23 when Lawn Chair Larry slipped the surly bonds of earth; I actually clipped out the newspaper article at the time, because I thought it was so perfect and inspiring, that ideal combination of vision, ingenuity, and the determination to do a spectacularly stupid thing and somehow pull it off. Larry’s great adventure has been the springboard for a movie, a Broadway musical, a couple of episodes of TV series, a hoax, and possibly even the movie ‘Up’. Because it’s just that inspiring.