I’m Lisa Shininger, and I’m here to talk to you about the next white guy in Hollywood to get the Pop Culture Crazy treatment: Jeff Goldblum!
Sure, you may think you know what Goldblum’s contributed to the arts and sciences of motion pictures over the last forty years, but- You know his first movie was in 1974, right? That the universe is heading inexorably toward its inevitable heat death and Jeff Goldblum’s career is probably older than your house?
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Get excited, everybody! I’ve got a new project coming up on Pop Culture Crazy in a few weeks: Going for the Goldblum!
It’s been difficult to choose what to highlight. Jeff Goldblum’s career is in its fortieth year. But, obviously, we’ll hit the big titles—your Jurassic Parks, your The Flys, your Transylvania 6-5000s…
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For the second week of this don’t-finish-the-story flash fiction project, Chuck Wendig’s got us doing the middle section, based on the first 500 words someone else wrote. I picked this story up from JD Stoffel, The Reaper’s Eschaton. My part picks up after the — below. I didn’t want to stop!
(Don’t forget to check out Josh Loomis’ awesome continuation of Fee!)
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Some cool things this week:
- I’m recording a guest spot on The Televoid tonight! More details later, but if you remember what I lost in a bet to Kacey Bange after the Super Bowl (HASHTAG KACEYWHY), you’re already prepped for
the horrors to come what’s about to ensue.
- Speaking of Kacey, in the next couple of weeks I’ll be launching a weekly column on her Pop Culture Crazy blog: Going for the Goldblum. Yep, that guy.
- I wrote a thing for one of the Flash Fiction challenges at Terrible Minds this week: Fee. Anybody else interested in jumping in? You write 500 words but don’t end the story, then link it in Chuck Wendig’s post so someone else can finish it for you next week. (Promised myself I wouldn’t look for stories to finish until after the weekend, but…)
- I’m officially launching this fancy new blog. Hello, Twitter!
Finally jumping in on one of Chuck Wendig’s flash challenges at Terrible Minds with this: write 500 words of a story that someone else will finish. Perfect for a Friday afternoon!
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