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Pics of Glen/Glenda and a Wodehouse fanfic - from me! - "You didn't hear about the polar bear?"
November 14th, 2004
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Pics of Glen/Glenda and a Wodehouse fanfic - from me!
Naw, I'm not modest. I finally got up the nerve to write up a Jeeves/Wooster story, and I've put it over at Indeed_Sir, a Wodehouse LJ that some of us who are Wodehouse fans have been visiting: http://www.livejournal.com/community/indeedsir/33879.html . So, if you're brave, pop on over and read it. It's slash, though, about a PG-13/R, so don't read it if that isn't your thing. It's called
"Valet in a Bottle". *G*

And, if you're dying of curiousity to see what Glen, the doll that Billy Boyd voices in "Seed of Chucky", looks like, bam_a_lam posted some screencaps up at bboyd LJ: http://www.livejournal.com/community/bboyd/455261.html .

ETA: Watching "Ash Wednesday" on TV... damn but Elijah sounds nasal in this. Does he have a cold? I'd swear I even heard him wheezing when he breathed. Just... sounds different from everybody else. And he looks shorter than I thought he would. And his acting... is about as flat as I've ever seen it. Please tell me he was overdosing on cold medicine when they shot this. Please?

OH! And I saw a trailer for "Son of the Mask", which is of no consequence at all except that ALAN CUMMING PLAYS THE GOD LOKI IN IT! Wheeee!!!! The Trickster! Apparently it's his mask... which makes sense, considering what it does to people. And he looks adorable and hilarious!

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From:freakspawn
Date:November 15th, 2004 10:28 am (UTC)
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*sigh* Alan Cumming as Loki, how glorious:) May have to watch that one then!
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From:rosamundeb
Date:November 15th, 2004 01:33 pm (UTC)
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Oh, yes - I recommend you do a search and see if you can get a photo of him! He's got black hair about a foot high, sort of curled into a wave above his head, if I remember correctly... *G*
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