Currently reading: Paper Towns by John Green.
people think mumford & sons are really reserved and graceful and posh
Assford and Ass
i love them so much …. bejaysus look at winnie wee skinny arse on him (nah only joking love ya winnie)
"I brought that back, I threw it in there," she [Elizabeth Banks] said of the line, which was unscripted. "I did it, and Francis called cut, and I went over to him, and said, ‘You have to keep that in the movie, because the fans will go bananas.’ "
I KNEW IT WAS IMPROV I COULD FEEL IT
Well you see there’s this girl. And I love her quite a lot.
If Betty white ever dies I’m attending her funeral and no one will stop me
I want a smoke and I want to get drunk and I want to be kissed and I want to feel something
If you can find me somebody that can play Peeta ONE THIRD as good as Josh Hutcherson, I’ll give you my first born. Lightheartedness becomes contempt, and contempt is quickly reshaped into charming in a fracture of a second.
This is one of my absolutely favorite scenes. Josh’s acting here is a masterpiece. In his facial expression, his gaze, the way he says “Katniss,” Josh expressed all Peeta’s contempt, disgust, revulsion to the Capitol’s world of instant pleasure, his sensitivity and kindness seasoned in perfect proportions with skill of observation, verbal riposte, ironic and perfunctory but very sharp comments.