This should be a no brainer. My music tastes make Einstein seem like an infant.
Popsci plays fortissimo:
If you're music taste reflects your intelligence, we have bad news for lovers of Jay-Z, Beyonce, Lil' Wayne, Fall Out Boy and classical music in general. You're all stupid! That's according to a chart that has been produced by an American student, Virgil Griffith. It's good news though for people who enjoy Ben Folds, Sufjan Stevens, Radiohead, Counting Crows and Beethoven. You're so smart you're probably constructing a nuclear reactor while you're reading this and making your afternoon tea all at the same time.
Sadly though (for fans of the intelligent music), the study by Mr Griffith was rather un-scientific. The US based study used Facebook to find out the most popular music at colleges around the country and then got their average SAT scores to plot a graph that looked something like the one you see above. Other issues include classical music as a genre rating poorly while Beethovan rates off the charts.
Griffith himself states it's not really accurate but fun none the less. He's a PhD student by the way, so one would think he has half a brain.
For the full chart, hit the link below.
Find nine types of smart here.
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Brandon Lee in "The Crow", Miramax
F. Javier Gutierrez (Before the Fall) has closed a deal to direct the remake of "The Crow" at Relativity.
The Weinstein Company and Relativity have been in a legal dispute for several months. The dispute has settled and Relativity is moving forward with the project with Gutierrez at the helm.
Jeese Wigatow (Eragon) is attached to pen the script.
The original 'Crow" film starred the late Brandon Lee and was directed by Alex Proyas. It was released in 1993. Brandon Lee starred as a musician named Eric Draven who is murdered while trying to save his fiancée, Shelley Webster, from criminals. He is brought back from the dead to "set the wrong things right." Lee was accidently shot and killed on set when a prop gun malfunctioned. He was only 28. "The Crow" he is based on a graphic novel by James O'Barr who lost his real-life fiancée which later inspired him to do the graphic novel.
I saw the original 'Crow' film when I was 13. I was big fan of Bruce Lee at the time (I still am). "The Crow" did not have the best script, but it had great visuals, a great rock soundtrack, and an inspired James Dean-like performance by Brandon Lee. Lee had so much potential (like his father: Bruce Lee), but his life was tragically cut short. None of the sequels to "The Crow" were much to write home about. I will probably skip this remake. ~ D.
Here is the new poster for Relativity Media's "The Raven". "The Raven" stars John Cusack (2012), and is directed by James McTeigue (V for Vendetta). "The Raven" is a "fictionalized account of the last days of Edgar Allan Poe's life, in which the poet pursues a serial killer whose murders mirror those in the writer's stories."
Above is the new poster for "Cassadaga", the new supernatural horror thriller from Anthony DiBlasi. Anthony DiBlasi previously directed an adaptation of Clive Barker's "Dread", which was well received.
Devastated by the death of her younger sister, Lily Morel seeks solace at the spiritualist community of Cassadaga. But instead of finding closure, she contacts something else - the vengeful ghost of a murdered young woman. With her life crumbling all-around her, Lily races to unravel the mysterious circumstances surrounding the woman's death - a task that will bring her face-to-face with a sadistic serial killer known only as "Geppetto."
Here is the previous one-sheet that came out when the film made its premiere at Screamfest in L.A. last October:
"Cassadaga" has not secured a distributor, yet.
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