With a February start date line up, Tim Burton is going with a familiar face to lead the away in his next pic. Eva Green is in negotiations to star in the Fox pic “Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculia…
Say hello to Miss Peregrine! I never imagined she’d be played by a former Bond girl, but Eva Green’s an amazing talent and man does she look the part. Here she is in Penny Dreadful, looking creepy and Victorian from head to toe:
Jim Zub has been killing it on this. And these covers look remarkable.
Solicitation info below:
Samurai Jack #10
Jim Zub (w) • Andy Kuhn (a) • Andy Suriano (c)
Samurai Jack’s adventures continue at IDW! The war without has been a failure for Aku, so now it’s time to wage the war within! Can Jack overcome an opponent who unravels the thoughts and memories that make him a samurai?
FC • 32 pages • $3.99
A battle of the minds between Samurai Jack and Aku!
"Huge piece painted at Felix Road Adventure Playground in Easton, Bristol. Hard work, but turned out OK….tricky with the scaff in the way to see what I was doing. Bug thank you to Lisa, Stuart and all the staff and kids."
An interactive public artwork involving shadows captured from passersby which interact with people who follow, winner of the 2014 Playable City Award announced June 9, will be installed in the city of Bristol by September.
"Shadowing"—created by design partnership Jonathan Chomko and Matthew Rosier, based in New York and Treviso, Italy, respectively—will use infrared technology to capture people’s outlines then project movement back as shadows once the people who have formed the shadows have moved on.
The project is designed to explore the disconnectedness that technology can create between strangers, the role light can play in creating a city’s character, and the unseen data alters and surveillance culture that pervades contemporary urban spaces, its creators claim.