By @natalierstarr: I love textures. These lines in the snow looked so cool. I’m slowly learning that cycling makes a fun #wintersport #cycling #castellicycling February 24, 2015 at 08:35AM http://ift.tt/1ApAWWc
A lot of boys in my poker circle are mathematicians who play on probability. I don’t have that kind of brain, so I rely on instinct. But I recently found out that poker and cards in general go way back in my family gene pool.
When I wake up on a Sunday morning with a slight hangover, in the gym with no makeup on, that’s who Natalie Dormer really is. The girl next door who gets a spot on her forehead occasionally. I would embrace the opportunity to play more of those kinds of girls, who don’t have that arsenal of sexuality. (x)
I stood next to Jennifer Lawrence for nine months as an actress watching another actress and I stood by her as Cressida watching Katniss, looking at her lead a rebellion. “Katniss doesn’t have any ego and neither does Jennifer. The reason why she’s so compelling to an audience is because she’s true to herself and doesn’t suffer the bullshit or superficial elements. …. That’s why people look up to her. She’s a great role model. So is Katniss. She can’t comment on that herself, because by the nature of her personality, she’s incapable.” —- Natalie Dormer
Johansson says her most odd and uncomfortable day on the movie was the time she was “riding Sebastian Stan like a mechanical bull.“I felt so bad for him — and me! They hoisted me up on poor Sebastian’s shoulders and I was holding on with my legs wrapped around. It was horrible!” Or, as Evans calls out after overhearing her answer: “Sebastian’s best day at work!” “It was terrible!” Johansson insists. “He was like ‘Ow my hair.’ I’m whipping around him and choking him out. It’s a pretty great Widow move. But that day shooting it, I was looking at the directors going: ‘I hate you…this better look good!’”” — Entertainment Weekly.