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Posted by M. in Jan 24,2009 with 14 Comments

The official website of Franklyn is launched (http://www.franklynthemovie.co.uk/) and the premiere is postponed to 27th February. Thanks George for the heads-up.

Thanks to Caladonia for sending us a link to Franklyn posters.

Michel sent us a link featuring a very young Walter Green. Click here to view it. Thank you.



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14 Responses to “Random”

  1. Comment by Monique in January 24, 2009 @ 9:15 am

    Hmmm…She seems to have gotten that dimple in her chin from her father…

    Ummm, why can’t I see the trailer in the website?

  2. Comment by George in January 25, 2009 @ 1:37 am

    Monique: Maybe you need to download flash player or something like this…

  3. Comment by EvaAnne in January 25, 2009 @ 2:41 pm

    I really can’t get enough of that trailer. It’s so thrilling!

  4. Comment by spot in January 26, 2009 @ 12:23 am

    i’m finally back! i’ve been busy, sorry boys & girls :( i’ve missed you all though ;)

    it’s hard to keep up to date but the Franklyn trailer makes me want to see the film NOW!

    thanks for the awesome scans and translations everyone! special thanks to everyone who sent scans and very special thanks to my dear Miss M! it’s nice to come back here after being gone for a couple of weeks and see nice updates and see everyone’s still having a great time :D

    Liz: belated happy birthday! i hope you had a good one :) sorry i’m late :(

    Liz & Tascha: Good Luck on your London trips! don’t forget to take pictures and share your experience here! :) send Eva all our love from here ;) (Tip: perhaps you can make a little banner representing EGW, maybe she’ll recognize you and agree for some pictures and autographs ;) )

  5. Comment by Tango_down in January 26, 2009 @ 12:55 pm

    spot : So here you are, welcome back :)

    I’ve just found time to read “Running with Scissors” last week and I really appreciated that book. It’s a very surprising story, but I love the tone and the humor, especially when you talk about a completely uncommon and mad childhood, with some taboo subjects. I have much respect for Augusten Burroughs for telling his story like that with no inhibitions.
    The Finch family can definitely compete with The Simpsons’one :lol: (Homer would as well had been a psychiatrist as working in a nuclear power station)
    I’ll put it as one of the most original autobiography I’ve read. Thanks again for the recommendation.

  6. Comment by George in January 26, 2009 @ 3:55 pm

    spot: EGWelcome back ! I suppose you were having a good time. The number of emoticons in the post is an infallible index…

  7. Comment by spot in January 27, 2009 @ 4:08 am

    Tango_down: i’m glad you liked the book (now go see the movie!). it’s so twisted and funny it’s hard to believe it’s autobiographical. :lol: you get a different perspective on other people which is nice.

    George: thanks :) not exactly a good time! i’ve been awfully busy.

  8. Comment by Tascha in January 27, 2009 @ 11:47 am

    Oh my God, this premiere changing date drives me over the edge… was about to book a hotel only a few minutes ago, but decided to check this page better again (am learning…)…. so thanks for the announcement, Mariana… but this one’s for sure? Ryan Air will be very glad earning another fee…

    I just try to imagine the face of my boss when I have to make him clear there’ll be another change… but, no, I’d better stop this…

    Spot: thanks, it’s getting so exciting. Maybe you and everyone else here can beam some thoughts to Eva that she M U S T promote the premiere? :-).

  9. Comment by Tascha in January 27, 2009 @ 11:57 am

    Tango_down: concerning a little conversation some articles earlier… Liz was right with this “Chinese” thing… we use this term when we want to express that we don’t understand a single word…

    George: I’m really relieved… :-).

  10. Comment by Tascha in January 27, 2009 @ 12:45 pm

    Tango_down: it’s me once again (laughing in a way)… cause I just found out that I’d better should finish reading a comment before answering to one…

    So, you have this saying in France, too? Ok, this means, very obviously, that I really have to learn Chinese… :-).

  11. Comment by George in January 27, 2009 @ 3:30 pm

    spot: They are not mutually exclusive: you could be busy with good things :)

  12. Comment by Liz in January 28, 2009 @ 9:43 am

    Oh, I am confused..
    The website says 27th but imdb.com (ok, it may not be updated) and londonnet.co.uk say the premiere is on 20th.
    What can we take for granted now? What does Eva’s management say or do they say anything at all?
    This uncertainty and waiting will drive me crazy some day.

    Tascha: Do you know which hotel you’ll be staying at? Because I can’t decide which place is the most appropriate in what distances to the cinema, to the center and everything is concerned.
    So you’re going by RyanAir that means you arrive at London Stansted and then will have to drive by taxi or tube into the city?
    I am not sure about those RyanAir flights… but Lufthansa and British Airways’s offers seem to be getting more expensive with the days passing by.
    i am really concerned now about my trip because my companion is not able to go with me at 27th Feb.=(…

    Please, be there someone who lets the miracle happen and beem Eva to the premiere!!!!!

  13. Comment by Tango_down in January 28, 2009 @ 3:26 pm

    Tascha : When I translate I realize a big part of french language’s particular expressions doesn’t exist in english, but they sometimes have an equivalent.
    For example we have a french expression which is “Se prendre un rateau” : it’s when a girl brushes off a guy who loves her, because the feelings are not reciprocal. You’ve have the picture of someone who walks accidentally on a rake in his garden and takes a big stick’s blow on his face. That what “se prendre un rateau” means in french.
    If you read my comment on the other article, you know that “Le camembert Le Petit s’est pris un rateau par Eva”.

  14. Comment by spot in January 29, 2009 @ 2:03 am

    Tascha &Liz: sorry to hear about your problems :( i hope you’ll both be able to solve them soon. as for the premiere accuracy, i believe EGW is more reliable on this matter. i’ll try to summon some Eva powers for you guys =P

    George: you’re right about good things ;)