“I had been a child actor in a PBS series, and that launched me into trying to be an actor in the real world. Matt [Damon] and I auditioned for The Mickey Mouse Club. We auditioned for the part of Robin in the first Batman. We went up to New York and auditioned in situations that were a little sketchy and shady. A guy would say, ‘We’re not sure what we’re calling the movie yet. Why don’t you lie down?’ We were naive and young and left saying, ‘He seemed like a nice guy. I wonder if we’ll get it. I think my hand job was pretty good.’ ”Photographed by Juergen Teller
i think she’s a really good director, i love lost in translation (it’s on my top 20) and somewhere but omg marie antoinette is awful. i could barely get through it and i don’t get why tumblr loves it omfgdfkjldgn
i thought the score was at times really great (like in that scene) but fleischer is still a fetus director tbh and didn’t really know how to shoot that scene (or really any other action scene in the film.. or edit it). i though gosling was great but honestly i thought that kid was annoying and everything and i also was not scared of cohen dying in that scene because you would have no movie. idk i wasn’t impressed by mostly any of it if i’m being honest
i forgot him ok people make mistakes *takes drag of cigarette*
My theory is, that when it comes about an important subject, there’s only two ways a person can answer. Which way they choose tells it who that person is. For instance, there’s only two kinds of people in the world: Beatles people and Elvis people. Now, Beatles people can like Elvis, and Elvis people can like Beatles, but NOBODY likes them both equally. Somewhere, you have to make a choice, and that choice tells it who you are.
why can’t every movie be directed by david fincher, quentin tarantino, martin scorsese, ang lee, alfonso cuaron, steven spielberg, steve mcqueen, kathryn bigelow, paul thomas anderson, sergio leone, the coen brothers, edgar wright, danny boyle, wes anderson, or sam mendes
But you don’t understand. You don’t know. This place isn’t what we thought it was. They aren’t what we thought they were. I was wrong. We were so wrong.
Paul Newman photographed by Candice Bergen on the set of Pocket Money, 1975.
The Avengers (2012) » Movies in 2012
“There was an idea to bring together a group of remarkable people, so when we needed them, they could fight the battles that we never could…”