Jurassic World stills - Chris Pratt

Jurassic World stills - Chris Pratt

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"As an actor, you are aware of how a role can seep into your real life" - Benedict Cumberbatch
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onebuttscratcher:

"As an actor, you are aware of how a role can seep into your real life" - Benedict Cumberbatch

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three times when chris abused mark’s boobs and that one time when mark protected them

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When he applied to drama school, he sought out programs that taught Method acting. And that training was pivotal in his breakthrough role, playing the late IRA hunger striker Bobby Sands in Hunger, his first collaboration with the director Steve McQueen… the already slim actor dropped 35 pounds and learned an important lesson from McQueen. “I’ve been hearing it since Hunger,” he says. “‘We’re gonna be gone one day, so why not just let it all hang out? Don’t worry about falling on your face, because that’s inevitably gonna happen if you’re really searching. Because sometimes you don’t know what you’re trying to discover.’ To put yourself in jeopardy, I think, is important for an actor.”

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cyborgnebula:

“‘Cause Robert Downey Jr. makes $100,000,000 per movie we can’t afford to have him anymore” (x)

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sapientpawnkeeper:

somebody should write an essay comparing and contrasting tina from bob’s burgers and meg from family guy and explain why tina hit the mark for respectfully portraying the awkward teenage years and why meg is a huge fucking insensitive joke that isn’t even funny

Tina is a character, Meg is a punchline. 

wow that’s a pretty concise essay

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I am gone quite mad with the knowledge of accepting the overwhelming number of things I can never know, places I can never go, and people I can never be.
Sylvia Plath  (via imjohnlocked)

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Stories you read when you’re the right age never quite leave you. You may forget who wrote them or what the story was called. Sometimes you’ll forget precisely what happened, but if a story touches you it will stay with you, haunting the places in your mind that you rarely ever visit.
Neil Gaiman  (via the-beautyofwords)

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