Watch the New Ghostbusters: Afterlife Trailer Starring Finn Wolfhard | Consequence of Sound

We’re ready to believe this sequel.

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The John Candy Joke That Still Makes Steve Martin Cry

A holiday classic …

During the scene where Del reveals that his wife has died and explains that’s why he attaches himself to people, Candy added the line, “But this time I couldn’t let go.” Long after Candy’s death, Martin would get a tear in his eye remembering it.

Source: Book Excerpt: ‘Wild and Crazy Guys’ on John Candy

R.I.P. character actor veteran and “Low Spark of High Heeled Boys” inspiration Michael J. Pollard

Michael J. Pollard has died. A character acting veteran whose round cheeks and distinctively soft voice helped him project winning vulnerability in films stretching from Arthur Penn’s Bonnie And Clyde all the way up to Rob Zombie’s blood-soaked House Of 1000 Corpses, Pollard appeared (and, more often than not, stole scenes) in more than 100 films and TV shows across his 60-plus year career.

Source: R.I.P. character actor veteran Michael J. Pollard

 

Plus, he inspired one of the most inigmatic songs of 70’s rock —

Pollard and I would sit around writing lyrics all day, talking about Bob Dylan and the Band, thinking up ridiculous plots for the movie. Before I left Morocco, Pollard wrote in my book ‘The Low Spark of High Heeled Boys.’ For me, it summed him up. He had this tremendous rebel attitude. He walked around in his cowboy boots, his leather jacket. At the time he was a heavy little dude. It seemed to sum up all the people of that generation who were just rebels. The ‘Low Spark,’ for me, was the spirit, high-spirited. You know, standing on a street corner. The low rider. The ‘Low Spark’ meaning that strong undercurrent at the street level.

Jim Capaldi, talking about their time in Morocco

David Lynch explains how transcendental meditation can help us be creative

David Lynch is one of the most creative and artistic directors of our time. His work through Twin Peaks , Eraserhead , Mullholland Drive and so much more has cemented his place in the pantheon of filmmakers. In this clip, he reveals how transcendental meditation can help us all be more creative.

Source: David Lynch explains how transcendental meditation can help us be creative

Robert De Niro and Al Pacino: A Big, Beautiful 50-Year Friendship 

Al Pacino and Robert De Niro have spanned generations as acting royalty. And their latest, The Irishman, has the feeling of one final coronation. Here the two legends riff about Scorsese, The Godfather, and five decades of Hollywood fame.

Source: Robert De Niro and Al Pacino: A Big, Beautiful 50-Year Friendship | GQ