Source: Bleeding Cool
Bleeding Cool reporter and noted brony Brendon Connelly announced on Bleeding Cool today that he is working on a short film called Coming Around Again. Connelly offers no other details at this time, preferring to save that for an announcement later at a time of his choosing. This decision by Connelly puts Bleeding Cool in a moral quandary, since spoiling announcements before companies officially make them is the website's bread and butter.
"Pip pip," said Rich Johnston, leader of Bleeding Cool and soot-covered Dickensian orphan. "Oi don't know what to do, Oi don't. Oi'm feelin' right piggily wiggily about it, Oi am. Right right, cheerio, and all that."
Johnston then broke out into a song and dance number that was absolutely adorable.
For those of you who don't speak silly faux British accent, what Johnston is saying is that he is conflicted over whether to remain loyal to his minion or whether to publish a quick article revealing all the details about Connelly's film before Connelly has the chance, thus raking in unique hits, the currency of the internet.
Of course, one way around the situation would be for Johnston to publish reports from "Little Bleeders," the nickname of Bleeding Cool readers who report on top secret information at comic conventions, much to the chagrin of comics industry PR people like Arune Singh, Marvel Comics' public relations muckity muck, who recently complained about fans leaking information to Johnston on Twitter, prompting 30 defensive tweets from Johnston in response. Throughout the entire drama, no one at Marvel or Bleeding Cool thought to suggest that Marvel seek to stop their creators from leaking company secrets rather than berating fans on the internet for passing the info on to Johnston.
The Outhouse, of course, will be doing our best to gain access to Connelly's script so we can spoil it here first, scooping both Johnston and Connelly, at least for the dozens of people who will read our article. We'll keep you updated on our progress, but if any of you "Little Shitters" out there have a copy of the script, please send it our way so we can have ace reporter ThanosCopter act out the entire thing in a one man YouTube show.
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