So cute :P
Matt Nichols lives and works in Los Angeles. He holds a BA in Art Practice from U.C. Berkeley and an MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Matt’s work is currently being exhibited in the exhibition Young Curators New Ideas IV at Meulensteen Gallery in New York.
Joan of Arc was a serious mutha. In medieval France, you were lucky if circumstances didn’t kill you, impoverish you (more than normal) or leave you with a horrible life. Multiply those things by 10 if you were a woman. In Joan’s case, she managed to outlast the world and also managed to change it. After experiencing what she believed to be a divine intervention, Joan went on to lead the people of France in war against in the Hundred Years’ War. Ultimately, she helped crown Charles VII of France. However valiant she was, Joan was eventually captured by the British and burned as a witch. Better luck next time, Joan.
1. I’m just a poor girl from a poor family
Dress by Rag & Bone, boots by Altuzarra
2. BITCH did not just call me a heretic
Shirt by Balmain, pants and boots by Altuzarra
3. I’m dressed like a man so I can disguise myself
Suit and shirt by Derek Lam, coat by Dries van Noten, shoes by Rachel Comey
How in the world does one NOT watch a trailer with a description like that?
Truth be told, the trailer’s not quite as ridiculous as you might think. It looks like a fairly standard underdog story - but I will give James a little credit here for stepping into a very physical role that doesn’t fit the “wacky fat guy” type that pretty much his entire tv/filmography’s been based on so far.
And if you’re keeping score, here’s a roster of actresses who have portrayed women really, seriously into Kevin James:
- Salma Hayek
- Rosario Dawson
- Winona Ryder
- Maria Bello
- Amber Valletta
It should be noted that no one on that list has won an Oscar, which seems kind of wrong.