Oh for fuck’s sake. pic.twitter.com/3V0dMgB9fI
— Keith Uhlich (@keithuhlich) September 12, 2013
Alexander Nazaryan also face-palms:
In 1930, future Nobel Prize winner William Faulkner published As I Lay Dying, a multi-vocal novel about the death and burial of a matriarch. Some eighty years later, Yale graduate student James Franco decided to make a film from that novel. Inevitably, a movie tie-in version of the novel would be reissued. That was expected. The look of that reissue, however, was not.