This may be unusually strange but pretty cute nonetheless…

What if a real live action American teenage human guy (presumably Brandon Robertson, the hero of my ToonTalker movie idea) takes a teenage animated Japanese female toon (presumably Lillian Taiayaki,  the heroine of my ToonTalker movie idea) to see an eye-popping IMAX 3D presentation of MGM's The Wizard of Oz (1939) in the real live action world, where, while Judy ‘Dorothy’ Garland sings “Over the Rainbow" in sepia-toned black and white, the animated cartoon Japanese teen girl and the live action teenage white guy expressing their rather cute, romantic feelings for each other?

Judy Garland - Somewhere Over The Rainbow
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I know this idea is for my strange but interesting love story/live action/animation crossover idea, ToonTalker, but…

Imagine a live action American teenage boy (that will be ToonTalker's main protagonist Brandon Robertson) taking an animated cartoon Japanese teenage girl who becomes his unlikely love/sweetheart (that will be Lillian Taiayaki) on a date back-and-forth between the cartoon and live action worlds, and when the live action white boy took the animated Japanese girl to see an eye-popping and immersive IMAX 3D restoration/screening of MGM's The Wizard of Oz (1939)(though that reissue was last year in 2013, not this year, 2014, the year of the 75th anniversary of MGM’s Wizard of Oz) while in the real live action world, as Dorothy sings “Somewhere Over The Rainbow" in her black-and-white farm, not only do they (the live action white boy and the animated cartoon Japanese girl) hold hands, but the cartoon Japanese girl also plants her head romantically on the live action white boy’s shoulder for comfort. 

So, what do you think of that? And would that be a next big step in this strange and unusual yet cute and interesting relationship between the real white boy and the cartoon Asian or Japanese girl as well as a sign in the real white boy and the cartoon Japanese girl’s strange but cute romantic feelings for each other?

thedookbag:

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Here is a billboard for for my animated Genndy Tartakovsky cartoon/live action epic movie idea, ToonTalker, featuring Brandon Robertson and Lillian Taiayaki as well as their respective worlds.

Uhhh… This Tumblr, dude.
So right when Sony announced how Genndy Tartakovsky is pretty much mostly in control of their animated sail boat now, I found these posts about how this guy would love to see Samurai Jack episodes in IMAX, all these posts about the show and Dexter’s Lab, and over-detailed nonsense about a movie he wants to do with Genndy.
I wanted to see TV episodes on the big screen and thought of wacky live-action / animation crossovers like what this guy is thinking about… when I was 10. I have no idea of this guy’s age, but…

Well actually, although I am 22 years old right now (I’m turning 23 next month),  I, Timothy McKenzie, do want to see TV episodes on the big screen (and in IMAX, too), and I also do think of someday doing a wacky live action/animation crossover with the guy who did Samurai Jack and Dexter’s Lab and Hotel Transylvania (right now, it’ll mainly be an unusually strange love story involving an animated cartoon Japanese adolescent girl and a live action American adolescent boy (presumably from suburban Maryland) as much as it is a live action/animated Genndy Tartakovsky cartoon epic adventure fantasy involving Genndy Tartakovsky-style toons n’ dinosaurs and the like) ever since when I was 15 years old (which may be five years older than you think) or even younger than that.
If I were to get that opportunity to do so, I may have to train myself to the fullest and learn about my craft, skills, and tricks of the trade.

thedookbag:

timboxreloaded:

Here is a billboard for for my animated Genndy Tartakovsky cartoon/live action epic movie idea, ToonTalker, featuring Brandon Robertson and Lillian Taiayaki as well as their respective worlds.

Uhhh… This Tumblr, dude.

So right when Sony announced how Genndy Tartakovsky is pretty much mostly in control of their animated sail boat now, I found these posts about how this guy would love to see Samurai Jack episodes in IMAX, all these posts about the show and Dexter’s Lab, and over-detailed nonsense about a movie he wants to do with Genndy.

I wanted to see TV episodes on the big screen and thought of wacky live-action / animation crossovers like what this guy is thinking about… when I was 10. I have no idea of this guy’s age, but…

Well actually, although I am 22 years old right now (I’m turning 23 next month),  I, Timothy McKenzie, do want to see TV episodes on the big screen (and in IMAX, too), and I also do think of someday doing a wacky live action/animation crossover with the guy who did Samurai Jack and Dexter’s Lab and Hotel Transylvania (right now, it’ll mainly be an unusually strange love story involving an animated cartoon Japanese adolescent girl and a live action American adolescent boy (presumably from suburban Maryland) as much as it is a live action/animated Genndy Tartakovsky cartoon epic adventure fantasy involving Genndy Tartakovsky-style toons n’ dinosaurs and the like) ever since when I was 15 years old (which may be five years older than you think) or even younger than that.

If I were to get that opportunity to do so, I may have to train myself to the fullest and learn about my craft, skills, and tricks of the trade.

Seriously, the question is:
Would anyone (i.e. the critics and/or the public) really accept an unusual epic love story (albeit one with a happy ending instead of the usual tragic one) involving an animated cartoon Japanese teenage girl and a live action American teenage boy from Maryland?

Seriously, the question is:

Would anyone (i.e. the critics and/or the public) really accept an unusual epic love story (albeit one with a happy ending instead of the usual tragic one) involving an animated cartoon Japanese teenage girl and a live action American teenage boy from Maryland?

ToonTalker to be mainly a romantic epic love story?

As for my live action/animated cartoon movie idea—ToonTalker, to be hopefully an extraordinary collaboration between an autistic yet aspiring an ambitious Maryland-born filmmaker (yours truly, Timothy R. McKenzie) and a legendary Russian-born yet Chicago-bred and US-based animator that may have had cult appeal at best (Genndy Tartakovsky, the guy behind Samurai Jack and Dexter’s Laboratory as well as the director of Hotel Transylvania)—I wanted to merge various genres like:

A) The Epic

B) A Romantic Love Story

C) Coming-of-age saga

D) Cartoon-meets-Reality fantasy (or Live Action/Animated movie)

E) Dinosaur-themed action adventure fantasy

F) Samurai Movie

and

G) Fantasy (with some science fiction elements thrown in)

But ToonTalker might not only be about Brandon's struggles against the evil Khan Morgo the Demon-lord as well as Brandon's adventures back-and-forth between a live action primary world and an highly stylized Genndy Tartakovsky/Samurai Jack-style and largely hand-drawn animated cartoon parallel/secondary world tethered into each other by portals inside any visual screen like a TV set allowing free passage between the two (ToonTalker should also make the distinction between reality and fantasy, live action and cartoon animation, by showing the live action world (except for the Great Collision of the Two Worlds climactic finale and happy ending) in a normal widescreen aspect ratio of approximately 1.85:1, while the highly stylized Genndy Tartakovsky cartoon animation world should be shown in the wider Panavision/Cinemascope widescreen ratio of approximately 2.35:1 or 2.40:1)…

But the central (and romantic) relationship at the heart of ToonTalker is going to be one between Brandon Robertson the Twelfth ToonTalker (who is destined to (finally) vanquish Khan Morgo the Demon-lord and restore order to the real and cartoon worlds) and a live action boy from Maryland who becomes a cartoon character whenever he travels into the cartoon world and Lillian Taiayaki, a animated cartoon Japanese girl whom Brandon befriends.

My ideal character inspiration for Brandon Robertson besides my childhood self’s more adventurous half might be a young actor that I have recently discovered on the internet named Ezra Miller—best known for his roles in the likes of We Need to Talk About Kevin and The Perks of Being a Wallflower:

On the other hand, my ideal character inspiration for Lillian Taiayaki, an animated cartoon Japanese girl whom Brandon befriends as well as falls in love with, is one of two Japanese girls (who happens to be an auto repairman’s two daughters voiced by veteran voice artist Kath Soucie) that Samurai Jack briefly passes by in the episode where Jack looses his sandals (Episode XXVI, that is):

 

Yeah, right now, for all the potential adventure action and comedy bits involving toons n’ dinosaurs n’ samurai that I intend to include in my ToonTalker movie idea, I also wanted ToonTalker to be an animated/live action epic movie in which the love story is the primary reason for the movie.

In order to help fund my epic live action/animated adventure ToonTalker, I wanted to tell an unusual epic romance whose story is centered on a real live action Maryland boy and an animated cartoon Japanese girl that he befriends even as a cartoon character in the animated world, but it is also invoke those great love stories like Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet as well, but with none of the hostilities between both lovers’ families (in Romeo and Juliet's case) and with a happy ending instead of the usual tragic ending, as well as a yearning to make contact between the real live action world as well as the animated cartoon world rather than turn our weapons on the other (as in another case of Romeo and Juliet):

As for the growing tension that do feature in ToonTalker, it is that the real and cartoon peoples must speed up the romance between Brandon and Lillian if they were to be together, and their respective worlds are threatened by the evil dark lord, Khan Morgo the Demon-lord, aided by Khan Morgo's animated cartoon human accomplice, Mordred, and Morgana, Morded's loyal pet who also happens to be a silent but deadly female Ceratosaurus (a small-to-medium theropod dinosaur from the Late Jurassic); Brandon and Lillian must find the lost Emerald Shard and reunite it with the once-shattered Great Crystal Stone (a giant floating rainbow-hued crystallized monolith) that reposes in the Golden Castle of Taigon before the real world and the cartoon world merges into one seamless world—but if Khan Morgo and his minions interferes, both lovers will fail, and all things whole and good will be destroyed!

Anyway, out of the seven genres mentioned above, I wanted ToonTalker to be mainly a live action/animated epic love story as much as it is a live action/animated epic adventure story with Genndy Tartakovsky toons, samurai warriors, and, let’s face it, dinosaurs.

And so, in your own opinion, what do you think of ALL THAT?!

Dartmouth the Boy Genius, Brandon Robertson the Twelfth ToonTalker, and Lillian Taiayaki, Brandon's animated Japanese sweetheart, soul mate, and love interest, having fun in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor.
For my planned multi-part ToonTalker sequence of animated Genndy Tartakovsky cartoon-meets-live action reality/coming-of-age epic fantasy films with Genndy Tartakovsky toons n’ dinosaurs.

Dartmouth the Boy Genius, Brandon Robertson the Twelfth ToonTalker, and Lillian Taiayaki, Brandon's animated Japanese sweetheart, soul mate, and love interest, having fun in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor.

For my planned multi-part ToonTalker sequence of animated Genndy Tartakovsky cartoon-meets-live action reality/coming-of-age epic fantasy films with Genndy Tartakovsky toons n’ dinosaurs.

Elton John - Can You Feel the Love Tonight?
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This [Elton John's Can You Feel The Love Tonight from Disney's The Lion King (1994)] should make a possible great inspiration/influence for my own original love song that should underscore my main live action hero Brandon Robertson's romantic bond and relationship with his animated Japanese female pal Lillian Taiayaki in my planned epic multi-part Genndy Tartakovsky cartoon-meets-live action reality coming of age saga, The ToonTalker Cycle.

In my opinion, to say the least.

Brandon Robertson + Lillian Taiayaki 2Gether 4Ever!
I would Love to see this interracial romantic mashup in my planned epic ToonTalker sequence of cartoon-meets-reality coming-of-age epic fantasy movies!

Brandon Robertson + Lillian Taiayaki 2Gether 4Ever!

I would Love to see this interracial romantic mashup in my planned epic ToonTalker sequence of cartoon-meets-reality coming-of-age epic fantasy movies!

“Get Away from my boyfriend, you Jurassic bitch!”
Lillian Taiayaki, Brandon Robertson's animated cartoon Asian sweetheart, love interest, best friend, loyal companion, and soul mate from the Cartoon World, to save her human boyfriend Brandon, faces off in a “bitch fight" against Morgana, a ferocious female Ceratosaurus (a small-to-medium theropod dinosaur from the late Jurassic) whom (the Aku-like) Khan Morgo's (Mandark-like) animated human familiar Morded owns as his most loyal pet.
I wish Lillian should win the fight by finally killing Morgana the Ceratosaur with her spear or whatever to win Brandon's freedom, so that Brandon could (finally!) vanquish Khan Morgo the Demon-lord by ramming some missing green shard into some giant floating rainbow-hued crystallized monolith at the exact moment of sunrise during the so-called Great Collision of the Two Worlds.
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Get Away from my boyfriend, you Jurassic bitch!

Lillian Taiayaki, Brandon Robertson's animated cartoon Asian sweetheart, love interest, best friend, loyal companion, and soul mate from the Cartoon World, to save her human boyfriend Brandon, faces off in a “bitch fight" against Morgana, a ferocious female Ceratosaurus (a small-to-medium theropod dinosaur from the late Jurassic) whom (the Aku-like) Khan Morgo's (Mandark-like) animated human familiar Morded owns as his most loyal pet.

I wish Lillian should win the fight by finally killing Morgana the Ceratosaur with her spear or whatever to win Brandon's freedom, so that Brandon could (finally!) vanquish Khan Morgo the Demon-lord by ramming some missing green shard into some giant floating rainbow-hued crystallized monolith at the exact moment of sunrise during the so-called Great Collision of the Two Worlds.

This was TimBoxReloaded Tumblr Post # 1,390!

Ladies and Gentlemen, I present to you the two girls that Samurai Jack himself briefly passes by in Samurai Jack: Episode XXVI: Jack’s Sandals.

I hope that one of the two girls that Samurai Jack passes by:

…might be my ideal physical and character design inspiration for Lillian Taiayaki, the animated cartoon Asian sweetheart, girlfriend, love interest, soul mate, best friend and most loyal companion of Brandon Robertson, my main hero of The ToonTalker Cycle, an epic, cinematic coming-of-age sequence of twelve cartoon-meets-reality feature films that will, like I said, be partly live action, but still predicated on the acceptance of a highly stylized and largely 2d hand drawn animated Genndy Tartakovsky cartoon parallel/secondary world (shown in a 2.35:1 or 2.40:1 ratio, as well as being entered from the live action primary world (shown in a 1.85:1 ratio) through a portal inside a visual TV screen that allows free passage between the two worlds) created by Genndy Tartakovsky's highly stylized brand of cartoon animation.

I also wish that this cartoon girl (aka Lillian Taiayaki):

And this dinosaur (Morgana, a ferocious female Ceratosaurus owned as a loyal pet by Khan Morgo's animated humanoid familiar Mordred (and hopefully one of the three main villains in The ToonTalker Cycle)):

…should battle to the death on the Baltimore Inner Harbor Waterfront or whatever before Lillian (who should begin the fight with some line like: “Get away from my boyfriend, you Jurassic bitch!”) finally kills the girl ceratosaur with her sword or whatever to win her human boyfriend Brandon's freedom so he can (finally!) kill Khan Morgo by ramming a green shard into a giant, floating rainbow-hued crystallized monolith at the exact moment of sunrise.

I wish Lillian Taiayaki (Brandon's girlfriend and love interest) fighting the rampaging girl Ceratosaurus Morgana will hopefully go down in movie/animation history (especially in recent memory) as hopefully one of the best on-screen fight scenes of any kind (besides King Kong fighting the T. Rex in the 1933 movie, or even Ripley (Sigourney Weaver) fighting the Alien Queen in James Cameron's Aliens (1986), of course!)

But for now, I am just kidding!