This is my alter-ego as a film lover and a fangirl.
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hughdancible:

You do beautiful work!

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Girls are trained to say, ‘I wrote this, but it’s probably really stupid.’ Well, no, you wouldn’t write a novel if you thought it was really stupid. Men are much more comfortable going, ‘I wrote this book because I have a unique perspective that the world needs to hear.’ Girls are taught from the age of seven that if you get a compliment, you don’t go, ‘Thank you’, you go, ‘No, you’re insane.’

— Lena Dunham (x)

(Source: mylittlebookofquotes, via thisfightisworthwhile)

There was a whole series of bratty things I did that never made it. I certainly remember when Hannibal says it’s a Nietzschean fish I looked at him like, ‘you prick.

— Hugh Dancy, Su-Zakana commentary (via batgorilla)

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jamsessionmb:

James McAvoy is featured in Nylon for Guys September 2014 issue. It has a lovely 10 page article and these gorgeous full page photos.

Watch for it in US stores and BUY IT if you want to see him in more magazines!!!

jamsessionmb:

James McAvoy wearing Prada at The Disappearance Of Eleanor Rigby premiere in NYC on Sept. 10, 2014

jamsessionmb:

James McAvoy wearing Prada at The Disappearance Of Eleanor Rigby premiere in NYC on Sept. 10, 2014

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James McAvoy looking very handsome wearing Prada eye wear in October 2014 issue of OUT magazine.

jamsessionmb:

James McAvoy looking very handsome wearing Prada eye wear in October 2014 issue of OUT magazine.

jamsessionmb:

James McAvoy for Prada Eyewear.

jamsessionmb:

James McAvoy for Prada Eyewear.

"When you’re pulling the helmet out of the glass, on set, how does that look?"  (x)

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edenliaothewomb:

James McAvoy, photographed by Matt Irwin for OUT magazine, Oct 2014.

thisishangingrockcomics:

This is the first comic in a series I created as part of a partnership with CBS Films. Its based on their new film “What If” starring Daniel Radcliffe and Zoe Kazan - playing in select cities. Here’s the trailer:
http://youtu.be/frvkyNg3nIo?list=PL5AC161C4CF3D3415

thisishangingrockcomics:

This is the first comic in a series I created as part of a partnership with CBS Films. Its based on their new film “What If” starring Daniel Radcliffe and Zoe Kazan - playing in select cities. Here’s the trailer:

http://youtu.be/frvkyNg3nIo?list=PL5AC161C4CF3D3415

imsirius:

I don’t think you can have Princess Bride as one of your favorite movies and actually feel that way

filmhabits:

Interstellar - Posters

Check out the trailer here

fuckjoffrey:

Hugh Dancy as ‘Luke Brandon’ in Confessions of a Shopaholic

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fastcompany:

If you’re putting something off over and over, there’s probably a good reason for that.
Over the years, I have become quite a student of anti-procrastination techniques. There’s the work-on-something else method (I’m writing this article because I don’t feel like editing a different project). There’s bribery (I can read a magazine afterwards!) Then there’s my favorite method: starting in the middle. I write an easy paragraph, then write a little bit above, and a little bit below, and so on, until, miraculously, I have a draft.
Sometimes these work. But sometimes, there’s a deeper message in procrastination. If you pay attention, these lessons can not only advance your career, they can help you finish the task that’s stymying you right now.
A key insight is that most of us don’t procrastinate everything. Much of the stuff we grumble about we get to eventually. So if you find yourself resisting something again and again, step back from your usual crutches (email, web surfing) and spend some time asking why.
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fastcompany:

If you’re putting something off over and over, there’s probably a good reason for that.

Over the years, I have become quite a student of anti-procrastination techniques. There’s the work-on-something else method (I’m writing this article because I don’t feel like editing a different project). There’s bribery (I can read a magazine afterwards!) Then there’s my favorite method: starting in the middle. I write an easy paragraph, then write a little bit above, and a little bit below, and so on, until, miraculously, I have a draft.

Sometimes these work. But sometimes, there’s a deeper message in procrastination. If you pay attention, these lessons can not only advance your career, they can help you finish the task that’s stymying you right now.

A key insight is that most of us don’t procrastinate everything. Much of the stuff we grumble about we get to eventually. So if you find yourself resisting something again and again, step back from your usual crutches (email, web surfing) and spend some time asking why.

Read More>