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It's up for best picture, as well as director (Jason Reitman), actress (Ellen Page), and screenplay, by first-timer Diablo Cody. The new regime was suffused with hope and promise—a promise of political change and social betterment.Cody's previous publications include her blog, The Pussy Ranch, which has made her a most unusual Hollywood hyphenate: stripper-screenwriter. I took a film class in college when I was like 19 and I thought it was the most boring thing ever. The cabinet was composed of Socialists, Radicals, and Socialist Republicans and included three women, before women even had the right to vote.
) goes on tour with his band and dropped a new album not too long ago entitled, . Anyways, whenever you're having a bad day or need a little pick me up, just watch some Michael Cera interviews and it'll be sure to brighten your day at least a little bit. In most of his interviews, he comes off as extremely friendly and down to earth, kind of your typical from Toronto kind of guy who kind of just says what's on his mind and rolls with it. Oh, especially that part where he goes to see Juno after she has the baby and he gets into the hospital bed with her and wraps his arms around her while "Sea of Love" by Cat Power plays. However, outside of filming and merely in just interviews and TV talk shows, Michael still has that adorable, likable personality that just makes me want to go give him a giant bear hug.
A literary manager helped Cody turn her scribblings into a memoir, Candy Girl: A Year in the Life of an Unlikely Stripper, and when he suggested she write a screenplay, she sent him Juno, which she modestly describes as “a random original idea I had." The story in Juno is unpredictable and touching. Girl, he needs your love, and whether you want to give it to him or not, I bet you'll find it hard not to dance. Evans: "Mustn't Hurry" is another excellent Fever Ray song that operates on varied planes of meaning and will thrill devotees while still likely remaining a little too weird for your average pop fan. I would rather have Karin Dreijer examining a speculum in a sort of emotionless haze that scarcely belies the complexity of depth awaiting dutiful students than another performative pop song and video with cliché subjects and imagery.
But Cody's dialogue is exceptional, a flurry of hip, witty words that snap and dissipate before you can accuse them of being too stylized. The last event I went to, a friend of mine bought a dress and a purse for me because she knew that I would just re-wear something, or put on something at the last minute from Forever 21. The lyrics of "Mustn't Hurry" could operate as a metaphor for wanting to be seen, loved well, being worth surrendering to or any number of things.
But they're relaxed together, laugh at the same things, talk music. It's a fateful pairing that might never have materialized had showing the greater Minneapolis area her body not prompted Cody to show the world her mind. Paul's City Pages] contacted me while I was still stripping. I mean, I think I talk like a 15-year-old, but there were phrases in this movie I've never heard before. I felt very free writing the script because I'd never written one before. I write every day, but I don't work on screenplays. If that makes any sense.[This was, quite frankly, stunning. And I still do enjoy those things, but I feel it's very difficult to sustain a sense of normalcy living there. Good sushi, and I have lots of friends down there, but not for me.
Diablo, is this what you wanted to do with your life? First they did a profile on me because they thought it was interesting that they had this stripper/blogger in town who was becoming kind of high-profile. It wasn't just, wow, I'm really interested in pursuing this. [It was] so refreshing to meet a teenage female character that's never existed before. So I thought, you know, I'm not even going to bother writing something formulaic. Forget about Cody's seemingly offhand decision not to write a script that sucks. You've been doing a hell of a lot of promotion for this film. [But] it's difficult to bring something fresh to all the interviews.