Huge props to Brian Michael Bendis for sort of shaking up the Marvel universe and just saying ‘there need to be people of colour in these comics otherwise it’s not representing the true world the way it should be.’
I’m an avid reader so I can go on and on about my recommendation for books but the one book that I would strongly recommend is ‘Many Lives, Many Masters’ by Dr Brian Weiss. This book has really helped me change my perspective towards a lot of things and also get a better understanding of life.
Wrestling died. It had a comeback in the early ’90s just through word of mouth with Brian Dixon’s shows.
I thought I could have breached Brian Lara’s 400 runs. When I scored 319, I was unbeaten at 309 but then got out. So I think I could have reached that mark, but unfortunately, I missed it.
One of the most talented writers out there is Brian Haig.
My fans would love to see Brian Fellow come back. I love my fans. And they like my edge.
Me myself, Brian, I’m a Midwesterner at heart, and I have this deep, bone-dry sense of humor, and I’ve found it worked to combine this Barbie with a dry, sarcastic man.
If you like my renditions of faerie-folk, then you will most certainly like Brian Froud’s work.
I don’t think Brian Cox does ‘The Wonders of the Solar System’ because he believes the world would be a better place if people understood about the rings of Saturn; I just think he finds physics extremely interesting. It brings him joy, and he wants to spread the love. I feel the same about economics.
I’ve gotten to wrestle some of the best women and men in the world – Brian Cage, AR Fox, Scorpio Sky, Tracy Williams, David Starr.
One person that I really love to wrestle again is AR Fox and Brian Cage again too because those are two of my most favorite matches.
Nnutthowze was a group I was in back when I wa,s like, 18, 19 maybe. It was DJ Icy Rock, my deceased friend Brian Dennis, the mastermind behind it, and a host of other cats.
When Brian told me he grew up in New Mexico, I told him I thought it is cool that people from other countries play football. He corrected me on my geography and agreed to sit down with me anyway.
There are things I read doing research, and there are certain books and writers I just love to read. There are books of Brian Morten’s that I love, for instance. There’s a wonderful book by an Australian writer named Helen Garner called ‘The Children’s Bach,’ and I just love the way she uses language in it.
The quality of our lives is diminished every time we lose a great artist. It’s a different world without Sam Cooke, Otis Redding, Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, Jim Morrison, Curtis Mayfield, Brian Jones and the rest.
‘Scarface’ was a tremendous undertaking, and I’m one of those who really feel that no one could have done it like Brian De Palma.
Stretching back nearly three decades, Brian Williams and I have forged an enduring friendship. It all began in 1986 at WCAU-TV in Philadelphia and has resulted in a set of noteworthy experiences, amazing successes, and a bunch of trips to NASCAR speedways.
I love what Brian Azzarello did with Wonder Woman.
I’m no Robert Christgau or Chuck Klosterman, but I would say that Landlady is like if Harry Nilsson was produced by Brian Eno. Or, if David Byrne fronted Wilco. Those are my two hoity-toity musical epigrams.
I admire Brian Eno so much in how he seems to push the idea of less being more – his touch is to crack open a window and let the light in.
I am a very big fan of Brian Eno, of his work as an artist and making his music, and as a producer. In some ways, I have looked to his career as a model for my own.
Of the Queen tributes, some of them are very funny, and some of them are really not funny at all. The terrible ones are cheesy and pantolike, more about dressing up in a Brian May wig and a Freddie Mercury moustache, and what they’re missing out is the fact that the music is quite complicated and actually not easy to perform.
Tatiana Alvarez, who also became a queen of the wheels of steel in L.A., has now sold her incredible cross-dressing, reverse ‘Tootsie’ story to Warner Bros. in Hollywood, and hotshot producers Mike Medavoy, Brian Medavoy and Erwin More have reunited to turn it into a movie.
I’m a big fan of Brian De Palma’s ‘Sisters,’ and I also love ‘Let The Right One In.’
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