Saturday, August 13

Living in Australia: The Gleek Edition + Glee 3D Live

Things I love about living in Australia
  • We get a lot of movies a day or two before the US.

Things  I don't like about living in Australia
  • No one good ever comes here - especially the Glee cast on their concert tours.
  •  Everyone famous is in the US
So on Monday morning I woke up and found that I had won that contest on a cinema's facebook page to go and see Glee at my State's premiere. Except it was that night.

But I went with my friend. There was a red carpet, cheerleaders performing, and even a show choir singing Don't Stop Believing.

They gave out slushees, badges, and the awesome guy checking VIP passes gave us posters. He was amazing.

Then the movie started. It was amazing.I'm saying everything's amazing, aren't I? But it was amazing.

Then the Warblers came on. -le scream-. The mini warbler is so much cuter on the big screen! My friend and I ran up the front and did the Teenage Dream two step. T'was amazing fun. And we won a t-shirt, for being one of the first to dance or something.

And then when Chris Colfer performed 'I Wanna Hold Your Hand', I cried. He is amazing. The entire cast is amazing.

For my subject electives for next year, I put Drama. I don't even know why. I guess just because it loked fun and all my friends were doing it. And I'm VERYY shy.

But now, just seeing that movie has inspired me. I am really looing forward to next year.

Then I went and saw it again last night, which was a session that had been booked for 2 months. It wasn't as fun, because there wasn't dancing or singing. But it was still amazing.

I recommend it to each and every one of you. Even if you don't like Glee. Well fine, maybe not then, but the music is pretty amazing. So you would at least like that part.

But you know what the best part of the movie was? The random lady dressed in a Santa suit in the audience. Yep.

So yeah. I saw it twice before it even came out in the US.

Thursday, August 4

Guys, Keep Calm, Because I'm Now A Witch

Yes, I'm talking about Pottermore.

I don't know. I'm just really happy! This is the last bit of my childhood that will be new. I know I'll always have the books and the movies, and I'll never get sick of them, but they will never be new again.

Right now, they're finding a million (which in the Harry Potter fandom, isn't actually that much) fans to beta test the website before it's official release in October.

To get in,you basically just have to answer a question. Like "how many boos are in the series? Times this number by 10".

They are meant to start off really hard, but even the question on the first day was really easy.

Waiting for the email saying we were succesful was really intense! Now we're just waiting for the email that says when we can actually begin beta-testing...