That was a little bit weird cuz I’ve known Johnny since I was 9, and he was much older than me so by the time we got to doing movies where I was his love interest we were both just like cracking up like this is so weird. -CHRISTINA RICCI
“George [Harrison] was
a good and humble man who believed in the power of love to overcome all
adversity. He lived his life without asking anything for himself, and
his courage to quietly remind us that God created a world for peace and
compassion has had a profound effect on all of our lives.” - Billy Corgan, 2001
too, was a dreamer. He believed in making the world a better place, and
with his idealism, activism and, most of all, his music, he did exactly
that. He lived a life of quiet dignity and today the world is a lesser
place.” - Mike Mills, 2001
Mystique’s Costumes Over the Years. (all subject to subtle variation.)
1. Original Ms Marvel/Brotherhood outfit.
2. First X-Factor (1990′s) costume.
3 Second X-Factor (1990′s) costume
4. X-Men Forever (2001) costume.
5. Uncanny X-Men #305 costume.
6. Mystique solo series (2003) final costume.
7. Dark X-Men costume. (Note: skulls are changed to ovals, something Mystique has repeated subsequently when needing to appear less threatening.)
8. Early 2000′s costume. (Varied with longer leggings in later years.)
9. Uncanny X-Men 2016 costume.
There is often a variation in the size and colour of the skulls used. Although all of the costumes are morphed from her body Mystique showed an ability to shapeshift objects attached to her and disguise them as skulls on her belt, thus potentially accounting for the discrepancy.
George Harrison, screen capped from Living in the Material World
“You know, just go ahead, George, go on and fly away, babe. Just be free, and… and go. And we’ll… we’ll see you down the line. And… just leave, go to someplace nice. We’re gonna be all right down here. And then… then he went out. And that was it.” - Living in the Material World
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“There was a profound experience that happened when he left his body. It was visible. Let’s just say, you wouldn’t… you wouldn’t need to light the room… if you were trying to film it. You know, he, uh… he just… he just lit the room.” - Olivia Harrison, Living in the Material World