The dangblasted MTA strike is still ongoing and continues to put a halt to my normal procession of life. No sneaks onto the studio lot to catch up with what's going on with Constantine. More strange invoices have been coming via my desk - surprisingly, some deal with that fake ambulance prop I saw park out front - for doll and window panels. Furnishings for an apartment have been creeping in for the character Angela , which I believe is being portrayed by Rachel Weisz. Studio rental invoices state that each of the five stages have four months of rental left until the end of principle photography.
I'm being berated by some of my co-workers because I haven't seen Kill Bill Volume 1 yet, but not just due to my lack of transportation - it's also my lack of cash to spare due to the plunking down of a couple of grand I put into the production of the latest Deposit Man book. I'm behind on a lot of my favorite media outlets including my prog CD spending sprees, DVD rentals and purchases, and I haven't seen any new movies in almost a month. Although, I did put the new Matrix Reloaded on my credit card and I plan on the same with the new Batman Animated movie: The Mystery of The Batwoman - both essentials to my lifeblood.
I haven't even been keeping up with what's going on in the industry that I want so much to be a part of- largely the comic book publishing business. So much stuff to catch up on. Good thing network television is free otherwise, my life would be in a total shambles without my cop and sci-fi shows.
Well, I'll be headed to Vegas a week from today to premiere the new Deposit Man book at the Las Vegas Comic Con and so far everyone on my father's side of the family seems to be impressed so far- they haven't actually held the product in their hands yet- but my brother Matt is certainly estatic that the merest mention of the book made it as a headline on the news page of the Con's website. He e-mailed to tell me that he alerted all his friends in that no good looking piece of ass land Nebraska -where everyone is dull as watching a cornstalk grow. I sure he comes to his senses one day and moves someplace where a decent percentage of civilization exists. We'll all probably go out to celebrate out to eat somewhere and have to a chance to get a real meal in my stomach ever since this saving up money fiasco started. Also, I'll be having a face to face second encounter with my niece, Laura- and that will be fun. It's real trip out that I'm now old enough to be somebody's uncle.