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Talking to Canadians

And for those of you for whom that long interview on Strombo's show was not enough, here's even more footage of me talking (and talking, and talking, an even reading a bit) on my recent visit to Toronto.

These are from my appearance at the TIFF Lightbox, where I was interviewed by the delightful Terry Hart. I yakked so much we had to break this down into three parts.

Part, the First


Part, the Second


The final third also contains a taste of what's to come in the form of a short (very short) reading from THE WINDS OF WINTER. However, if you have not read up through A DANCE WITH DRAGONS, you may want to skip this. Spoilers lurk ahead.

Part, the Third


Enjoy.

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David Rosenblatt
Mar. 18th, 2012 07:02 am (UTC)
Thor
Didn't like Thor, huh? Tsk tsk.....What didn't you like about it?
grrm
Mar. 18th, 2012 07:25 am (UTC)
Re: Thor
The story.

They would have done a lot better to stick to Stan Lee's original, with the lame doctor finding this stick in a cave... though I suppose I would not have minded them replacing the aliens with a better villian. Not Loki, though. That's a mistake too many superhero movies make -- they squeeze the hero's most iconic and important villain into the origin film, and then have no way to top him in the second movie, so they try to make it up by adding extra baddies. ALWAYS a mistake.
arkash_storm
Mar. 18th, 2012 03:00 pm (UTC)
Re: Thor
Thor is one of the lamest movie of all times... enough said. ^^

And thank you a lot, George, for all your comments about the cinema industry. Since I want to work in this area and doing cinema studies, I find all you're saying about it deeply fascinating. Well, none are really surprises, but I still find it really good to listen you talking about !

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