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Hey there! I am a 18 yo swede, and I eat movies for breakfast ^_^

disneysfrozenguy:

I’M LAUGHING SO HARD RIGHT NOW! XD

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Extra TV: ‘Johnny Depp Is So Romantic He Wakes Up Amber Heard in the Middle of the Night for…’

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terrysmalloy:

Happy birthday Marlon Brando!
Born Marlon Brando, Jr.
April 3, 1924 - July 4, 2004

    “To the end of his life, Marlon Brando insisted that he had done nothing special. In his view acting was a trade like plumbing or baking. The only difference was that he played characters instead of unclogging drains or kneading loaves of bread. This was not false modesty; he believed in what he said. But what believed was untrue.
    There was screen acting before Brando and after Brando, just as there was painting before Picasso and after Picasso and writing before Hemingway and after Hemingway and popular singing before Sinatra and after Sinatra, and even the casual observer can tell the difference. As film historian Molly Haskell pointed out, the film star’s legend “is written in one word. BRANDO. Like Garbo. Or Fido. An animal, a force of nature, an element; not a human being who must, as a member of society, distinguish himself from other members with a christian name and initial as well as a surname. There is only one Brando.
    …From his debut film, The Men, in 1950, Brando worked without a mask. The inner wounds were manifest, and the risks he took- doing anything, no matter how outlandish or unflattering, to make a character credible- had never been attempted by a Hollywood star. His predecessors drew a line between their private lives and their movie roles. No such boundary existed between Brando the actor and Brando the man. They were one and the same: complicated, dangerous, vulnerable. That, too, was different.
    …When Brando first appeared, he shook up screen acting in a way that had not been seen since performers were given voices in 1927. His work had been sedulously imitated by performers for more than half a century. Those actors have unwittingly obscured the contributions of the man who started it all… Marlon was the first to show a profound vulnerability beneath the male exterior, as well as a willingness to depart from the script not out of perversity or an inability to remember his lines, but because he was going for the truth of the character at that moment. 
    Along comes Brando, and an art form is transfigured.”

-Somebody: The Reckless Life and Remarkable Career of Marlon Brando, Stefan Kanfer

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Let’s Talk About Movies:

Wes Anderson // Centered, A Visual Exploration of the Director’s Perfect Symmetry in Films (x)

"I have a way of filming things and staging them and designing sets. There were times when I thought I should change my approach, but in fact, this is what I like to do. It’s sort of like my handwriting as a movie director. And somewhere along the way, I think I’ve made the decision: I’m going to write in my own handwriting."

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brothasoul:

hibikihojou:

the most aggravating fans are the ones that become huge fans of a villainous character but just can’t handle the fact that the villainous character does villainous things and instead said fans invent a million assbackwards headcanons about how the villain is TOTALLY not a villain at all and is some tragic blob where nothing is their fault even up to and including murder and genocide

i am just so baffled by this

you mean loki. u can say loki

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horror-movie-confessions:

Jared Leto Appreciation post! And yes, these are both him.

On the left we have the film Chapter 27 (2007) where Jared plays Mark David Chapman. He gained 67 pounds for the role and was even confined to a wheelchair at times due to his excessive weight gain. 

On the right we have Dallas Buyer’s Club (2013). Jared lost 30 pounds for the role and went on to win the Oscar for best supporting actor. 

A truly unbelievable actor.

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