charlidos:

A little extra Tom Hardy tidbit and photo from USA Today: 

Endlessly quotable. Surprisingly huggable. Hollywood’s most defiantly unconventional movie star got real about going from making $15,000 a year to becoming, uh, Mad Max.
“You’ve got to be prepared to have all of that stripped off. I’m very grateful for where I’m at today. But if tomorrow I end up in jail or a place where I don’t have the security that I have, I’m not going to be shocked, in my head.”

charlidos:

A little extra Tom Hardy tidbit and photo from USA Today: 

Endlessly quotable. Surprisingly huggable. Hollywood’s most defiantly unconventional movie star got real about going from making $15,000 a year to becoming, uh, Mad Max.

“You’ve got to be prepared to have all of that stripped off. I’m very grateful for where I’m at today. But if tomorrow I end up in jail or a place where I don’t have the security that I have, I’m not going to be shocked, in my head.”

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sceneonthescreen:

The ship will automatically destruct in “T” minus five minutes.

Alien (1979) - Certified Fresh at 97%

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The Scottish actor kicked the door open to fame. If you don’t love him, that’s your loss. (x)

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thefilmfatale:

Poster debut for A MOST VIOLENT YEAR, starring Jessica Chastain and Oscar Isaac. Watch the trailer here.

thefilmfatale:

Poster debut for A MOST VIOLENT YEAR, starring Jessica Chastain and Oscar Isaac. Watch the trailer here.

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shinycroissants:

“I remember when I was doing “Rent” and I was too thin, and I was doing that on purpose because I’m dying, I’m a HIV+ drug addict. I remember having to eat raw food and doing all this work to make sure I could stay thin… And I remember everyone asking me when I was doing press for the movie, “what did you do to get so thin? You looked great!” and I’m like, “I looked emaciated.” It’s a form of violence in the way that we look at women and how we expect them to look and be, for… what’s sake? No…

I love her so much, you guys.

ponnukaka:

shinycroissants:

“I remember when I was doing “Rent” and I was too thin, and I was doing that on purpose because I’m dying, I’m a HIV+ drug addict. I remember having to eat raw food and doing all this work to make sure I could stay thin… And I remember everyone asking me when I was doing press for the movie, “what did you do to get so thin? You looked great!” and I’m like, “I looked emaciated.” It’s a form of violence in the way that we look at women and how we expect them to look and be, for… what’s sake? No…

I love her so much, you guys.

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a-bittersweet-life:

On Defining the Director’s JobFor me it’s different on different movies. I mean, it’s your taste, the vibe you lay down the visual and the working rules, that you lay down for everyone that you’re working with. So I think you set a tone for everything. Even if I’ve written it, once I’m directing it, my job is to make the film work, and I don’t care who wrote it, whether it was me or someone else. I’m more collaborating with the actor than the writer at that point. I’m trying to make it come to life in some way. You’re trying to bring something to life along the way and tell the story you’ve set out to tell, so whatever it takes. And a lot of it’s who you’re collaborating with, what department heads, what creative people you’re working with. I love it, because it hits on everything. As a younger person, I think I wanted to be a writer. That seemed to me my only area I could express myself in. I didn’t know other mediums were even open to me. But once I realized I was a filmmaker and had films in my head, I realized that was so my calling because it answered the need in me to work with others, to collaborate. When I was young, I was kind of left on my own, and just reading. I’m pretty solitary. Film got me actively engaged with others in a collaborative, creative way. That’s what I find probably the most rewarding, the collaboration aspect. It’s perhaps one-sided, because I kind of have veto power and ultimate say, so there’s a certain amount of dictatorial power in the structure, but I think within that structure you can make it work in a lot of different ways.Richard Linklater
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a-bittersweet-life:

On Defining the Director’s Job

For me it’s different on different movies. I mean, it’s your taste, the vibe you lay down the visual and the working rules, that you lay down for everyone that you’re working with. So I think you set a tone for everything. Even if I’ve written it, once I’m directing it, my job is to make the film work, and I don’t care who wrote it, whether it was me or someone else. I’m more collaborating with the actor than the writer at that point. I’m trying to make it come to life in some way. You’re trying to bring something to life along the way and tell the story you’ve set out to tell, so whatever it takes. And a lot of it’s who you’re collaborating with, what department heads, what creative people you’re working with. I love it, because it hits on everything. As a younger person, I think I wanted to be a writer. That seemed to me my only area I could express myself in. I didn’t know other mediums were even open to me. But once I realized I was a filmmaker and had films in my head, I realized that was so my calling because it answered the need in me to work with others, to collaborate. When I was young, I was kind of left on my own, and just reading. I’m pretty solitary. Film got me actively engaged with others in a collaborative, creative way. That’s what I find probably the most rewarding, the collaboration aspect. It’s perhaps one-sided, because I kind of have veto power and ultimate say, so there’s a certain amount of dictatorial power in the structure, but I think within that structure you can make it work in a lot of different ways.

Richard Linklater

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laurapalmerwalkswithme:

Laura Dern by Karen Hardy, 1990

laurapalmerwalkswithme:

Laura Dern by Karen Hardy, 1990

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Keira Knightley arrives in a rainy windstorm on the red carpet for the new movie ‘Laggies’ during the 2014 Toronto International Film Festival on September 10, 2014

Keira Knightley arrives in a rainy windstorm on the red carpet for the new movie ‘Laggies’ during the 2014 Toronto International Film Festival on September 10, 2014

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