blogging, eating, and filmmaking in NYC.
Melissa Clark assembles a hearty meal with quinoa, kale, kimchi, egg and a simple dressing.
best Wednesday decision @knbvalentine (Blueberry Lemon Verbena with Greek Yogurt Ganache ..& lemon verbena sugar) (at Dominique Ansel Bakery)
6. Sanzhi UFO Houses - San Zhi, Taiwan
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Wong Kar-Wai just touched me. twice. and we spoke. like I asked him 5 questions and he answered all of them. 2014 doesn’t suck so far. #wongkarwai #carolineandkarwai2014 #thisisarealthingthathappened #thegrandmaster
The Weinstein Company has announced that Martin Scorsese will lend his name in presentation of Wong Kar Wai’s upcoming kung fu film “The Grandmaster” (August 23 limited release), deeming it “Martin Scorsese Presents ‘The Grandmaster.’”
Scorsese stated of the film:
"Wong Kar Wai has turned martial arts into a modern dance. Every movement hit with precision, every emotion drenched with underlying honor. THE GRANDMASTER, arranged with both elegance and fury, left me mesmerized."
We couldn’t agree more — check out our mini-review and Berlin review roundup of the film here.
The film, which stars Tony Leung, Zhang Ziyi and Chang Chen as rival martial arts experts in 1930s through 1950s China, premiered earlier this year at Berlin. Since its premiere in Berlin and China, Wong has continuously re-edited the film, after reading reviews and consulting financier Megan Ellison, distributor Harvey Weinstein and others. His final cut, completed in July, is the one to hit stateside theaters. The film has a nationwide roll-out on August 30.
This guy’s Burning Man series. Totally sucked in.