Backstage at #Kimmel Tune in tonight 11:35pm/10:35pm CT on ABC with Chris Pratt @prattprattpratt x
Revolutionary Road (2008), dir. Sam Mendes"Do you?"
Steve Buscemi photographed as Whistler’s Mother by Carlo Allegri.
This iconic photography was selected as the cover of a catalog for a Los Angeles show of Allegri’s work. Not only are his portraits well-lit and convey the intensities and vulnerabilities of his well-known subjects, but the sheer speed they’re executed is remarkable. “I get them in and out very quickly,” says Allegri.
State your name: nicoleState the name that your parents almost named you: ? idkWhich of your relatives do you get along with the most? my little sister and my cousinDid anything embarrassing happen this week? nope nothing i’ve done that i should be embarrassed aboutDo people praise you for your looks? HAHAWhat is your favorite color of clothing to wear? blackDo you work out every week? not every day of the week but maybe 2x a week. lol.Do you like your smile? smiling emphasizes my round cheeks but i’ll deal wit it.Do you like your eyes? sure. i’m nearly blind but i’m thankful i have some.Do you think you are pretty? i’m no binki shapiro but i guess.. lolHow much money is in your account? $1000+ but its going towards school so i really have $0Are you single? noDo you want kids? HAHAWhat does your backpack look like: black north face backpack. fits heavy ass textbooks and a laptop. it has these straps that go above your chest and around your waist which makes the bag go easy on the back. so guud.What celebrity do you think is attractive? mads mikkelsenLast movie you saw in theaters: The F Word— really unpleasant to watch.
Sibylle Baier ~ I Lost Something In the Hills
Oh I yearn, for the roots of the woods, that origin of all my strong and strange moods.
Life is Simple in the Moonlight // The Strokes
So we talk about ourselves in hell
To forget the love we never felt
All the old jokes that work so well
Universal truth was a moment’s lie
In Hollywood, more often than not, they’re making more kind of traditional films, stories that are understood by people. And the entire story is understood. And they become worried if even for one small moment something happens that is not understood by everyone. But what’s so fantastic is to get down into areas where things are abstract and where things are felt, or understood in an intuitive way that, you can’t, you know, put a microphone to somebody at the theatre and say ‘Did you understand that?’ but they come out with a strange, fantastic feeling and they can carry that, and it opens some little door or something that’s magical and that’s the power that film has. -David Lynch