Monday, 28 February 2011

Deleted Scene From Mega mind Lays on the Guilt


Tina Fey socks it to Will Ferrell in this deleted scene from Dream works Animation's Mega mind.

Even in a modern, 3D, computer animated film there are things that hit the editing room floor. Only they do it more expensively than any ofther type of film imaginable.

This sequence from Megamind shows TV reporter Roxanne Ritchie (Tina Fey) really sockin' it to Will Ferrell's Megamind for slaying Brad Pitt's Metro Man.




I won't lie and call this a laugh riot, or even all that visually appealing, but for we obssessive completests out there, you need to watch this or you'll know, for the rest of your life, there's a part of Megamind you didn't see and it will drive you crazy.

Deleted Scene From Mega mind Lays on the Guilt


Tina Fey socks it to Will Ferrell in this deleted scene from Dream works Animation's Mega mind.

Even in a modern, 3D, computer animated film there are things that hit the editing room floor. Only they do it more expensively than any ofther type of film imaginable.

This sequence from Megamind shows TV reporter Roxanne Ritchie (Tina Fey) really sockin' it to Will Ferrell's Megamind for slaying Brad Pitt's Metro Man.




I won't lie and call this a laugh riot, or even all that visually appealing, but for we obssessive completests out there, you need to watch this or you'll know, for the rest of your life, there's a part of Megamind you didn't see and it will drive you crazy.

The Selection of the Article.


Kudos for the elegant wooden sculptures by Japanese artist Yoshimasa Tsuchiya.

 
Currently exposed to Megumi Ogita Gallery in Tokyo, around the show "Private Myth". More pictures of these creations on her portfolio and in the selection of the article.










The Selection of the Article.


Kudos for the elegant wooden sculptures by Japanese artist Yoshimasa Tsuchiya.

 
Currently exposed to Megumi Ogita Gallery in Tokyo, around the show "Private Myth". More pictures of these creations on her portfolio and in the selection of the article.










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