And another trailer why not (certainly better than thinking too much about the real world).
I was already excited about this but now I’ve seen the trailer I just can’t get over how perfect Adam Driver looks as a Jesuit. It’s like he’s walked out of a painting.
But there are some flaws in the argument. Why would Brett – this random nerdy-looking Californian guy – have Marsellus’ soul? And how do you keep a soul in a briefcase?
A stronger theory would have to involve something else beautiful and glowing with inner light, which also impels people to seek it and even kill for it, which also provides supernatural protection to those who rightfully seek it, but which could fit in a briefcase and which a nerdy Californian might be uniquely skilled at knowing where to find.
My point is, I think Marsellus Wallace has at least one Silmaril.
I love love love theories like this (hi Darth Jar Jar!). As with all the best one so much of it falls neatly into making sense! Right?
One last issue: Tolkien’s elves are usually depicted as fair-skinned and lithe, whereas Marsellus Wallace is a really big black guy. Does this contradict the theory?
It would, unless Marsellus were under some kind of magical glamor to hide his true appearance. And there’s actually some evidence for this.
This is quite sad but very well done (also the sheriff has a Mads Mikkelsen look going on which is an automatic +2).
This looks brilliant/terrifying. I don’t usually watch horror but I may have to make an exception here.
Famous archaeologist Dr. Indiana Jones is on a quest of a lifetime, but this time he is fully animated in this passion project by life long fan and artist Patrick Schoenmaker. Over the course of 5 years, he has crafted the opening sequence of what would be the tv series to make all other tv shows redundant: “The Adventures of Indiana Jones”!
I would watch this. No need for swinging monkeys or OP ants, this is what we need. This also just hammers home to me that Hellboy is the Indiana Jones comic I love the most.