thedissolve
thedissolve:


Until I was 18 to 20, film was not something I concentrated on. Films seemed so official to me. They didn’t seem to be made by people, they seemed to be handed down by gods. The Coens felt like people behind their movies. With Woody Allen or Monty Python, I could see those were people. Movies in general about “important” things, I felt little or no connection to. They just felt like they were issued to me. When I was in college, I found all these movies that felt like these deeply… They were like novels, or poems, or music, or dance. They were from people.

—Frances Ha and Greenberg star Greta Gerwig, on the films that have been most important to her in her life, what she learned about acting from Gene Kelly and John Wayne, and how her relationship with movies evolved from age 5 to today. [Read more…]

thedissolve:

Until I was 18 to 20, film was not something I concentrated on. Films seemed so official to me. They didn’t seem to be made by people, they seemed to be handed down by gods. The Coens felt like people behind their movies. With Woody Allen or Monty Python, I could see those were people. Movies in general about “important” things, I felt little or no connection to. They just felt like they were issued to me. When I was in college, I found all these movies that felt like these deeply… They were like novels, or poems, or music, or dance. They were from people.

Frances Ha and Greenberg star Greta Gerwig, on the films that have been most important to her in her life, what she learned about acting from Gene Kelly and John Wayne, and how her relationship with movies evolved from age 5 to today. [Read more…]

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quillery:

HERE IS THE FANART I PROMISED it’s babby’s first giant robot art so let’s not talk about that part, I’m just happy enough that it looks vaguely like that giant metal thing from the movie okay

but yeah I was just really excited to express my appreciation for this movie even though it’s totally outside of my normal aesthetic SO I HOPE Y’ALL LIKE IT ALSO PLEASE GO SEE PACIFIC RIM OKAY THANK

and if you’re interested, you can get prints of this at my store, right here!

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iheartchaos:

During the scene where Billy and Frank are talking, Jack Nicholson felt that he wasn’t “intimidating” enough. Director Martin Scorsese reveals that the next day, Nicholson shocked everyone on set by deviating from the script and pulling out a weapon to frighten his co-star and provoke a genuine reaction. Scorsese says, “He pulled a gun on him. He didn’t tell me he had a gun. It was great… Leo’s reaction is real-time. I still get chills… It’s so real to me.” Of the incident, DiCaprio says, “It was one of the most memorable moments of my life, as far as being an actor is concerned.”

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