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cinyma:

The making of Wes Anderson’s The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014)

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Jessica Auer
Skogafoss, Iceland, 2011

Jessica Auer

Skogafoss, Iceland, 2011

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“When the sun rises in the west, and sets in the east, then you shall return to me, my sun and stars, and not before.”

When the sun rises in the west, and sets in the east, then you shall return to me, my sun and stars, and not before.

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“I am I, and I wish I weren’t.”

Aldous Huxley, Brave New World  (via drbedeliadumaurier)

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Anna Kendrick, Aaron Paul, Christina Hendricks and Sam Rockwell polaroids for Variety.

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Photo by bp fallon

Photo by bp fallon

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While everyone was busy talking about Leonardo DiCaprio’s white guy rhythm at Coachella (and honestly, I wish I could pull off that punch move), it looks like his “Wolf of Wall Street” follow-up was clicking into place. And boy is it a good one.
The film is “The Revenant,” based on the novel by Michael Punke. It was one of a number of projects DiCaprio has been attached to, but now it’s officially his next as it will go into production this September with a release date set for the fall of next year.
"The Revenant" tells the true story of fur trapper Hugh Glass, left for dead by a pair of fellow volunteers of a Rocky Mountain fur trapping expedition who were tasked to care for him in the wake of a vicious grizzly bear mauling. "Deserted, defenseless and furious," an official description reads, "Glass vows his survival. And his revenge." (x)

While everyone was busy talking about Leonardo DiCaprio’s white guy rhythm at Coachella (and honestly, I wish I could pull off that punch move), it looks like his “Wolf of Wall Street” follow-up was clicking into place. And boy is it a good one.

The film is “The Revenant,” based on the novel by Michael Punke. It was one of a number of projects DiCaprio has been attached to, but now it’s officially his next as it will go into production this September with a release date set for the fall of next year.

"The Revenant" tells the true story of fur trapper Hugh Glass, left for dead by a pair of fellow volunteers of a Rocky Mountain fur trapping expedition who were tasked to care for him in the wake of a vicious grizzly bear mauling. "Deserted, defenseless and furious," an official description reads, "Glass vows his survival. And his revenge." (x)

(Source: mrgolightly, via inglourious-basterd)

sinidentidades:

A Look at Black Chicago in the 1970s

The Atlantic’s In Focus blog is doing a great photo series on America in the early 1970s. Last week they took a look at documentary photographer John H. White, who went on to win the Pulitzer Prize for Photojournalism in 1982. Here’s a quick look at the series, and you can see the whole thing over at The Atlantic.

(via punch-drunkcontemplation)

#America   #Chicago   #1970s  

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the-pietriarchy:

I suffer from that syndrome where your neutral expression makes it look like you’re a angry serial killer

Also I am a serial killer

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