In a recent phone interview with The Daily, Foote discussed his positive undergraduate experience at the University, the perks of being a regular player on a network show and the differences between acting onscreen and acting onstage.
While meme-ing Trumpian buzzwords like “nasty woman,” “bad hombre,” “covfefe” and his campaign slogan “Make America Great Again” is meant to be an act of reclamation, the execution leaves something to be desired.
For all intents and purposes, movie trailers aren’t the best reflection of the stories they attempt to condense into 90-120 seconds, and more often than not, a pop song can be a major cause of this distortion.
In the case of HBO’s slow-burning murder mystery miniseries “Sharp Objects,” the portrayal of trauma is transfixing and meticulous, acting as both a recurring theme and as a heavily stylized aesthetic.
There’s an exciting shift going on the entertainment world right now, one that seeks to upend decades of straight white men in power with the inclusion of more diverse and progressive storytelling and storytellers.
It’s remarkable how it took me two and a half years of living in Ann Arbor before going to Blank Slate Creamery, having known it had been a go-to favorite among Michigan students. In Sept. 2017, on what was likely the most humid day of the month, I ventured with some friends to the renowned ice cream shop located at the tail end of Liberty Street. Even on the outside, Blank Slate looked inviting; its green brick awning, pink-highlighted sign and New England-style architecture evoked a pastoral, homey feel.