“I have to struggle to change people’s perceptions of me. I grew very frustrated with the perception that I’m this shy, retiring, inhibited aristocratic creature when I’m absolutely not like that at all. I think I’m much more outgoing and exuberant than my image.“
“It’s the most beautiful prop I’ve ever had. It’s meant to look like ivory and it’s all inlaid and engraved. And then inside…when I pull my garter, the heel pops down and a double-barrel gun comes out, and I can shoot. I can shoot from the heel, literally.” — Helena Bonham Carter as Red Harrington | The Lone Ranger 
When the new LEGO Ecto-1 & Ecto-2 set from the Ghostbuster Reboot is being released next week, Chris Hemsworth will be joining the exclusive club of actors with minifigures portraying multiple characters they’ve played. Following is reoccurring role as Thor in the MCU, he now also has Kevin – the assistant to the all female Ghostbusters – molded into plastic.
Here are some of the actors with this previous accomplishment:
Samuel L. Jackson: Mace Windu (Star Wars) and Nick Fury (MCU)
Ben Kingsley: The Mandarin (Iron Man 3) and Nizam (Prince of Persia)
Helena Bonham Carter: Red Harrington (The Lone Ranger) and Bellatric Lestrange (Harry Potter)
Lee Pace: Thranduil (The Hobbit) and Ronan The Accuser (Guardians of the Galaxy)
Johnny Depp: Tonto (The Lone Ranger) and Jack Sparrow (Pirates of the Caribbean)
Sir Christopher Lee: Saruman (Lord of the Rings) and Count Dooku (Star Wars)
Harrison Ford: Indiana Jones (Indiana Jones) and Han Solo (Star Wars)
Chris Pratt: Peter Quill (Guardians of the Galaxy), Owen Grady (Jurassic World) and Emmet Brickowski (The LEGO Movie; voice only)
Will Arnett: Batman (The LEGO Movie; voice only) and Vernon Fenwick (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles)
Six of the 7-15,000 shots in “I Want a Best Friend” (Andrew Infante and lots, 2016). I can’t quite draw up a totality to the intense montage (which is similar but even more fragmentary and varied than 88:88) but that’s not really the point. Hyper-compressed and obsessive about the image.
A friend recently said that the best movies are about watching movies. I think that applies here.
My favorite segment is Alexa Harrington’s, which is the best “desktop” film I’ve seen yet. Really begs what reflexive images are when we live our important moments through screens.