What is this? This is me, a warped... chiseled-away version that I produce. I post games, gifs, thoughts, rants and boobs that interest me. Same as any other blog on this site.

 

idlesuperstar:

The latter part of it was done in the studio. And I don’t think anybody, including Lee - the director - thought he would go as far as he did. But Tony was that sort of a person. They made a great big tank of the most revolting stuff, but he never stopped doing what he was requested to do. And eventually he went right under, and of course it got in up his nose, in his ears, it was quite incredible. It was truly tough. But you have to realise - Anthony Quayle was a war hero, they weren’t baby boys, they weren’t lads out of drama schools, they’d been through the war. It was a different generation.  

Sylvia Syms interviewed in Fifties British War Films: Days Of Glory on BBC4 which was a very partisan look at the subject, but still enjoyable. Any chance to hear Sylvia talk is a delight, and I also learnt that Jack Hawkins’ favourite of his own films was The League Of Gentlemen, which pleases me greatly. 

fuckyeahbehindthescenes:

The line, “What do you want me to do, dress in drag and do the hula?” was improvised by Nathan Lane.

The Lion King (1994)

fuckyeahbehindthescenes:

The line, “What do you want me to do, dress in drag and do the hula?” was improvised by Nathan Lane.

The Lion King (1994)

fuckyeahbehindthescenes:

The language spoken by Leeloo was invented by director Luc Besson and further refined by Milla Jovovich. By the end of filming they were able to have full conversations in this language.
The Fifth Element (1997)

fuckyeahbehindthescenes:

The language spoken by Leeloo was invented by director Luc Besson and further refined by Milla Jovovich. By the end of filming they were able to have full conversations in this language.

The Fifth Element (1997)

moonsugartusks:

What the fuck happened to Shia Labeouf to make him hot but also too weird to be hot.

beeishappy:

"I remember on the first day of shooting being struck by the way he smoked a cigarette. We weren’t sure how much he was going to smoke yet, but I had made some comment early on – because he doesn’t smoke and is very healthy – where I said, ‘Just make sure you don’t smoke it like a high-school girl.’ He must have taken that as a challenge because by the first day of filming he was smoking a cigarette like it was a joint." - Cary Fukunaga, True Detective director and producer (x)