Tagged: amber heard 

Posted 16 April 2014, 2 days ago | 500 notes | reblog this post
(originally ambers-heard / via milestellers)

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)

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(originally mrgolightly / via mrgolightly)


fitoraemusic:

The Black Keys // Turn Blue

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(originally fitoraemusic / via alaindelons)
Tagged: suits 

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(originally hermione / via fuckyeahsuitsusa)
Tagged: jon hamm  mad men 

This has been the singular experience of my acting career, really. And it’s coming to an end. So yes, it’s going to be hard to say goodbye. I talked to Bryan Cranston about it. I talked to Tina Fey about it. Both of them played iconic characters on TV and they had to say goodbye to them…
They’re like, “It sucks. It’s hard.” And I was like, “I know, I know.” And they’re like, “Yeah… no you don’t. But you’re going to find out.”
~ Jon Hamm on wrapping up Mad Men this season. (via afistfulofculture)

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(originally afistfulofculture / via feynificent)
Tagged: looper 

Then I saw it. I saw a mom who would die for her son. A man who would kill for his wife. A boy, angry and alone. Laid out in front of him, the bad path. I saw it. And the path was a circle. Round and round. So I changed it.

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Tagged: lupita nyong'o 

Posted 15 April 2014, 2 days ago | 3,605 notes | reblog this post
(originally cindymayweather / via dead-end-street)

superbestiario:

True Romance: The Heartache of Wartime Farewells, April 1943 by Alfred Eisenstaedt at the height of the Second World War.

Posted 15 April 2014, 2 days ago | 30,692 notes | reblog this post
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Tagged: oh yes  black widow 

slipstreamborne:

Natasha “yeah I don’t have any super-powers so beefy American dude just do me a favor and throw me up in the fucking air because I want to wrassle me an alien (and don’t forget I figured out the big misogynistic baddy’s plan by playing him like a chump and later literally punched some sense into our brainwashed team member lol call me when you need somebody to close the trans-dimensional portal to fucking OUTER SPACE)” Romanoff

Posted 15 April 2014, 2 days ago | 11,066 notes | reblog this post
(originally slipstreamborne / via dead-end-street)
Tagged: himym 

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(originally owenhunted / via callmefuts)
Tagged: anthony mackie 

I would love to be a superhero.

— Anthony Mackie

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(originally peterjasonquillstarlord / via softshinythings)
Tagged: oh yes  art  culture 

walmartsurrealism:

i get anxiety because idk what will come after postmodernism

Posted 15 April 2014, 3 days ago | 4,016 notes | reblog this post
(originally walmartsurrealism / via stannisbaratheon)
Tagged: se7en 

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(originally posthawk / via sublimecinema)
Tagged: bahahahah  star wars 

theacademy:

Yesterday on a Reddit “Ask Me Anything”, Harrison Ford answered the most controversial Star Wars question as if he had never stopped playing the role of Han Solo. 

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(originally theacademy / via plasticnettles)

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(originally damagaladriel / via milesmoona)