a digital scrapbook of the life of film writer and director Jeremy Michael Cohen
REAL EMAIL FROM REAL FRIEND: “[she] threw a dinner party tonight and i made duck breast. i made a gravy out of the drippings in the pan, that everyone was calling “duck butter.” the “butter” tasted awesome, but i couldn’t get our use out of my mind.”
"I read an October 2013 Hollywood Reporter story about Cage, in a press conference with Chinese state television, bemoaning Hollywood’s refusal to cast Asian male actors in things. Cage says he’d like to someday work with Tony Leung, star of seven Kar Wai Wong movies. Cage says, “One of my goals is to have a base near mainland China.” Noted: Cage’s oddly Cobra Commander–ish use of “base,” rather than a word like “home,” and his oddly specific use of “near,” as if a base on mainland China would be unsuitable for his purposes. Do they not have hollow-outable volcanoes there?"