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Arrrrgh you looking for something fun to do this Friday
afternoon? Then why not head on over to +Sony at 1 p.m. PT / 4 p.m. Where you
can join in on a Google+ Hangout session, where Peter Lord -- the
co-founder and creative director of Aardman Studio -- will be talking about @Sony
Pictures' upcoming film "The Pirates! Band of Misfits."
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Now what's particularly cool about this Hangout event is
that Lord (who is "Pirates!" director & producer) might answer
your question live as part of this
online event. If you'd like to have your
questions answered live during this Hangout session, visit Sony's Google+ page
and submit them in the comments section of this post. (You've got to have a
Google+ account to comment.)
Peter Lord on set during the production of "The Pirates! Band of Misfts."Copyright Sony Pictures Animation, Inc. All rights reserved
Better yet, Peter will
be joined online by a motley crew of industry experts and fans to discuss the film's
inspiration, style, technology and more. These folks include:
Does that sound like a swashbuckling good way to spend a Friday afternoon? If your answer is a
resounding "Aye!," then be sure and head on over for the "Pirates! Band of Misfits" Google+ Hangout at 1
p.m. PT / 4 p.m. ET.
Love your site and your articles but I am a little disappointed that there is no mention of Rich Ross stepping down today at Disney... I dont really have a interest in finding out how to meet a non disneys film director. I hope to see some awesome articles with great insight soon!
EDITOR'S NOTE: This news broke less than three hours ago. I've been working the phones ever since I first got the heads up about Ross' ouster. Given that I'm supposed to be doing the Sony Hangout in less than an hour now, I'm kind of limited in what I can do / post until that event is over later this afternoon. So if you could maybe hang in there until this previously scheduled thing is wrapped, I'll see what I can post then, okay?
variety.com has a pretty decent article about it up.