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More JOHN CARTER, But Not From Disney

In a press release dated October 15th (but for some reason only making the rounds on the Internet now…), Edgar Rice Burroughs, Inc. has announced that the movie, television, and merchandise rights for… 446 more words

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A few thoughts on "John Carter" and the horror of marketing

From somebody who had just watched the movie and posted it yesterday of all days – Jeff

“When I first saw the trailer for the movie JOHN CARTER in 2011, and realized it was an adaptation of Edgar Rice Burroughs’  19 more words

Andrew Stanton

A few thoughts on "John Carter" and the horror of marketing

When I first saw the trailer for the movie John Carter in 2011, and realized it was an adaptation of Edgar Rice Burroughs’ A Princess of Mars… 1,667 more words

Writing

John Carter has been released.

Okay,I learned it on Facebook and it’s been copied all over, which is a good thing. I’ve pasted the complete announcement below. I don’t know why it’s not on ERBinc’s site. 618 more words

some dead and forgotten world

“Few western wonders are more inspiring than the beauties of an Arizona moonlit landscape; the silvered mountains in the distance, the strange lights and shadows upon hog back and arroyo, and the grotesque details of the stiff, yet beautiful cacti form a picture at once enchanting and inspiring; as though one were catching for the first time a glimpse of some dead and forgotten world, so different is it from the aspect of any other spot upon our earth.” 7 more words

Literature

into a pot of frijoles

“I could not resist the ludicrousness of the spectacle, and holding my sides I rocked back and forth in the first laughter which had passed my lips in many days; the first, in fact, since the morning Powell had left camp when his horse, long unused, had precipitately and unexpectedly bucked him off headforemost into a pot of frijoles.” 7 more words

Literature

the terrible trait

“I trust you because I know that you are not cursed with the terrible trait of absolute and unswerving truthfulness, that you could lie like one of your own Virginia gentlemen if a lie would save others from sorrow or suffering.” 7 more words

Literature