Hectic Glow Productions

We are Nerdfighters. Read this in a British accent.
We are a group of college kids that turn John Green novels into full length productions on youtube. (With maybe some other small creative projects on the side for the sheer sake of awesome.) Our first project is currently in the works. The Looking for Alaska trailer will be out soon. Promise.

HI EVERYONE!

I just found the password to this account again. I had wanted to give you all an update but I couldn’t remember it! I felt bad that so many of you were so excited and we kind of disappeared. We still really want to do this project, it just proved to be a lot more difficult than we’d thought and we had some issues. But now that we’re back at school I’d like to see if we can work something out. Just know that we haven’t forgotten about you and we still love you! 

paper-townie asked: Are you worried about the fact that you don't have the film rights?

Nope, because we’ve talked to John about it and he’s totally fine with it. We mentioned to him that we were worried about film rights and he laughed and seemed to think it was a non-issue. So don’t worry! :) 

Anonymous asked: Is it... not going to happen? :/

We’re not sure right now. We hit some major problems, but now that it’s a new school year and we’re more or less back in the same place we’re going to try and figure things out. 

Hey guys!

I know we haven’t really posted in a while, but I wanted to let you guys know that at least two of us will be going to the Tour de Nerdfighting in Raleigh this January. 
If any of you will be at that one, let us know!

Also, starting next semester we will hopefully be working a lot harder on Looking for Alaska. We’ve kind of been at a standstill for several reasons but we are going to get down to business after the break!  

fishingboatproceeds:

effyeahnerdfighters:

Submitted by barbarawr

Story: I made a (second-rate) joke about sleeping through bin Laden’s death; Jonathan McCoy cleverly inverts it with a reference to Looking for Alaska; then barbarawr pastes them together. This is how my internet life works: I make a second-rate joke, and then people work hard to improve it for me. Thanks!

fishingboatproceeds:

effyeahnerdfighters:

Submitted by barbarawr

Story: I made a (second-rate) joke about sleeping through bin Laden’s death; Jonathan McCoy cleverly inverts it with a reference to Looking for Alaska; then barbarawr pastes them together. This is how my internet life works: I make a second-rate joke, and then people work hard to improve it for me. Thanks!

anachronistic-astronaut asked: How soon do you think we could expect Looking For Alaska? Or if that question is too terrifying to consider, for how long should we not expect it? As in 'it won't be done in the next 3/6/9/200 months'. I'm not trying to pester, or say ' work faster!' I'm just curious :) - On a similar note, how far are you on the production schedule? Or is still early days?

Well, we are hoping to have the movie out in January and the trailer out in December. However, this is our first project and we may be optimistic with that goal. 

I would consider where we are early days. We are working on getting everything together (actors, script, sets, and equipment). We want quality over anything else so the schedule is really wibbly wobbly at this point. By the way, we love that we have people that want us to ‘hurry up, already.’ It reminds us that we shouldn’t let you guys down. 

Whovians, rejoice in this beautiful moment!

carnalbutterflies:

I died. This is my new favourite thing on the internet. 
(This, and all other things nerd. Nerdfabulousness ftw!)
- I still prefer TOS, there’s no getting past that.

carnalbutterflies:

I died. This is my new favourite thing on the internet. 

(This, and all other things nerd. Nerdfabulousness ftw!)

- I still prefer TOS, there’s no getting past that.

Guess what we’re watching.

So I also made a vlog about meeting John.

Yay!

-Abby

I’m going to replace all the curse words with the names of British Romantic poets: I’m a William Blake gangster, so of course you want my Samuel Taylor Coleridge. You’re going to want to be all up IN this William Wordsworth, like OH Percy Shelley, OH OH Percy Shelley. I’m a Lord Byron-ing Samuel Taylor Coleridge, William Blake!

—John Green, on the profanity of music played in Amsterdam’s stores (via who-will-guardtheguards)

(Source: youtube.com, via r--evolve)