With news that Cameron's long-gestating Avatar sequels would finally begin shooting, you can see why Torres felt the need to vent his feelings ASAP (and with the help of a committed thespian like Gosling). The riff went over well -- the video has already racked up 1.7 million views -- but how does the creator of the Papyrus font feel? CBS actually tracked him down and asked.
"I woke up this morning Sunday and my email was full," said font artist Chris Costello. "I took a look at it and me and my wife were like cracking up, I mean we couldn't stop laughing. It was one of the best things I've seen."
Costello says he designed the font when he just was 23 years old. "I was right out of college. I was kind of just struggling with some different life issues, I was studying the Bible, looking for God and this font came to mind, this idea of, thinking about the biblical times and Egypt and the Middle East. I just started scribbling this alphabet while I was at work and it kind of looked pretty cool."