I’ve been going through my own sort of crisis if you like, of late — trying to make sense of it all. There’s a lot of contact, a lot of traffic, but very little dialogue. So people are texting each other, but actually having zero dialogue at all, or very little. They’re not saying anything. Because they’re not real conversations. ... Because there is no emotion, or very little. And if there is emotion, it’s contrived emotion.
During an AP interview, Grammy-winning singer Seal talks about how deeply concerned he is about what he calls "anti-social social media and the emotionless conversations enabled by technology".
He stepped back to observe how he and his children used social media and messaging apps — and didn’t like what he saw.
British gangster 'Brick Top' (Alan Ford) isn't happy after 'Turkish' (Jason Statham) let's him know of his failure to get Mickey O'Neil (Brad Pitt) to fight in a fixed boxing match.
"People ask me, 'Will the machines ever win against humanity?' I say, 'Look at people on their phones. The machines have already won.'"
By: James Cameron
Filmmaker James Cameron and Deadpool director Tim Miller talked with The Hollywood Reporter for the first time about how they will reboot a storied but troubled Terminator franchise for the new era of Amazon drones and A.I. (artificial intelligence) anxiety.
Jason Scott Lee (as Bruce Lee) says to Lauren Holly (as Linda Lee Cadwell) after surprising her with a bike ride to a studio he had just leased in order to open his first 'Bruce Lee Gung Fu Institute.'
Colman Domingo (as Victor Strand) says on Episode 11 of Season 3, to Michael Greyeyes (as Qaletqa Walker) during a mission to get water for their camp. Greyeyes wonders why Domingo is laughing, as Greyeyes' fear of not completing the mission grows.
Stuart Hughes (as Officer Bowers) says this as he shoots randomly at the feet of his son Henry (played by Nicholas Hamilton) and his group of bully friends, as they terrorize a cat, in a scene from Stephen King's It. Henry later stabs his father in the neck, killing him.
In order to be a two-hundred-billion-dollar company, we’ve got to learn how to sell clothes and food.
By: Jeff Bezos
Bezos was referring to his desire to get Amazon deeply into the clothing and grocery businesses. In 2017 the company purchased Whole Foods Market for $13.7bn and launched its own-brand fashion collection, called "Find."
It is clear that representing this character in a culturally accurate way holds significance for people, and that to neglect this responsibility would continue a worrying tendency to obscure ethnic minority stories and voices in the Arts. I feel it is important to honour and respect that.
By: Ed Skrein
| Comic Based
| Science Fiction
Skrein responded to backlash against his casting in the Hellboy franchise reboot by relinquishing the role he had been cast in. The 34-year-old British actor has earlier tweeted that he would be playing Major Ben Daimio, a character that was Asian American in Mike Mignola’s “Hellboy” comics. The news was met with complaints that Hollywood was once again “whitewashing” an Asian character.
That white box, where you rotate shows every six, seven weeks: It’s so deeply ingrained into culture and the art world.
By: Sasha Wolf
Said by art dealer Sasha Wolf during a panel discussion on the future of retailing fine art and photography. Like other retailers, art galleries have been affected by online shopping and the changing habits of consumers. Wolf made the decision to close her physical exhibition space in December of 2016, after more than 10 years, choosing instead to work online and through pop-up shows.
You show me anybody that gives a damn about anybody else and I'll show you a damn fool, who goes through life beggin' instead of grabbin.' Do you think anybody in this town is any different? They don't give a damn about who gets killed, as long as the dice keep rollin,' the hoes keep hoin,' and the money keeps flowin.'
It all resolves around the big "G" baby... the big Green. Everybody, everywhere is scratchin' for what they can get. I'm just scratchin' a little harder.
By: Thalmus Rasulala
| Cult Cinema
Thalmus Rasulala (as Roy) says to Pam Grier (as Aretha) after Grier attempts to convince Rasulala's character to back down from a conflict with Rasulala's long time friend Fred Williamson (as Duke Johnson). Williamson has been pushing back against Rasulala's new-found control of the racially divided city they both grew up in, that's since become rampant with corruption and vices.
Season 1; Episode 20; originally aired February 2, 1967: Leonard Nimoy (as Mr. Spock) says during testimony at a Court Martial trial against William Shatner (as Capt. James T. Kirk), who is accused of the murder of one of his crew during an ion storm. He was implying that Captain Kirk was not capable of risking the lives of his crew, whether or not he was fully aware of Kirk's actions or motivations.
Dirk Benedict (as Lieutenant Starbuck) and an android Cylon have a verbal exchange after Starbuck crash lands and gets captured, on a planet covered in murky jungles. The scene appeared in Season 1, Episode 11, which originally aired on November 11, 1978.
Jerry Maguire (Tom Cruise) is lying in bed one morning when suddenly the radio comes on and wakes him up with a jolt after having slept with his associate Dorothy Boyd (Renée Zellweger) the night before. Maguire has been challenged with the direction of his life while attempting to start his own sports management agency. The screen flashes to Dickey Fox (Maguire's mentor) in his office, where Fox utters these words.