directed by david fincher

luke seeing the millennium falcon arrive on his depression island: oh my gosh there she is. my long awaited Daughter. oh boy im Excited

luke: okay i think Shes behind me. i have to play this out Just right. my 100% Authentic Beige And White Tunic has to flow in the wind at a precise speed as i take off my Hood okay luke you can do this you took Theater for 4 years

luke: *turns around* my long lost daughter how ive missed y

luke: …,

eduardo saverin: mr. skwyalker…,,, pleasle……is thath you.f,……

luke: andrew garfield star of the social network directed by david fincher himself, nominated for Eight Academy Awards, Winning Three ?

luke: well andrew this wasnt the surprise i was expecting but ill take it nonetheless what can i do for you

eduardo: plfaesle….my name isn;t andrew garfie/ld its., eduardo

luke: oh silly me. my mistake eduardo, co-founder of facebook what brings you out here

eduardo pulling out the lawsuit papers out of his handbang: mr skwyalk,/er…..mark turn;ed to hte dark s;ide…,,,,he diid somethign so bad

luke: eduardo this is a serious accusation and i dont take these things lightly so if mark did something you need to tell me

eduardo: *takes a deep breath* he dil tued m;y shares 

luke: oh eduardo thats no problem im sure your shares are still in good standing with the leads of facebook

eduardo: mr. skywalker you don ot understand. you cannot even begin to comprehend. 

luke: well…what were your shares diluted down to

eduardo: point zero

eduardo: Three 

eduardo: Percent

luke pulling out his rose gold iphone 7 plus to text leia: leia sweetie i know its been a long time and theres some not chill things happening on your end but. i have a client im afraid whatevers going on with Benjamin will have to wait. goodbye


“Man, I see in fight club the strongest and smartest men who’ve ever lived. I see all this potential, and I see squandering. God damn it, an entire generation pumping gas, waiting tables; slaves with white collars. Advertising has us chasing cars and clothes, working jobs we hate so we can buy shit we don’t need. We’re the middle children of history, man. No purpose or place. We have no Great War. No Great Depression. Our Great War’s a spiritual war… our Great Depression is our lives. We’ve all been raised on television to believe that one day we’d all be millionaires, and movie gods, and rock stars. But we won’t. And we’re slowly learning that fact. And we’re very, very pissed off.”

Fight Club (1999) 
directed by David Fincher

anonymous asked:

voltron is so wild with plot twists. Keith is Galra? Haggar is Altean? Allura is a teen? Shiro is Gone Girl (2014) directed by David Fincher? What's next? The mice can yodel? Lotor can recite the Declaration of Independence? We get some character development for Lance and Hunk? It's so wild nobody k n o w s

the next plot twist is me deleting this blog


On this day in music history: June 27, 1989 - “The End Of The Innocence”, the third album by Don Henley is released. Produced by Don Henley, Mike Corey, Mike Campbell, Bruce Hornsby, Greg Ladanyi, Danny Kortchmar and Stan Lynch, it is recorded at A&M Studios in Hollywood, CA from Early 1988 - Early 1989. Following the success of “Building The Perfect Beast”, nearly four years pass before Don Henley begins recording the follow up. Working again with Danny Kortchmar and Greg Ladanyi, he co-produces his new album with Mike Campbell (guitar, keyboards) and Stan Lynch (drums) (Tom Petty), keyboardist Mike Corey (Rod Stewart) and pianist Bruce Hornsby. Henley also surrounds himself with a number top studio players and high profile musicians including Wayne Shorter (soprano sax), David Paich (keyboards), Jeff Porcaro (drums) (Toto), Guns ‘N Roses front man Axl Rose, Stanley Jordan (guitar), Steve Jordan (drums), Pino Palladino, Larry Klein (bass), Take 6, J.D. Souther, Ivan Neville, Melissa Etheridge, Patty Smyth, Valerie Carter, Edie Brickell, Julia Waters, Maxine Waters and a pre-fame Sheryl Crow (background vocals). The title track “The End Of The Innocence” (#8 Pop, #1, #2 AC) begins with a piano instrumental written by Bruce Hornsby. Henley’s lyrics are inspired in part by a friend that he finds out is being indicted for securities fraud. It speaks of how many of the baby boomer generation’s idealism and desire to change the world in their youth, have given way to materialism and nihilism as they begin to enter middle age. Then recent current events including the Iran-Contra scandal and America under Ronald Reagan’s presidency are also reflected upon. The song is supported by a memorable music video directed by David Fincher, which wins Henley an MTV VMA for Best Male Video in 1990. Other stand out tracks include the singles “Heart Of The Matter” (#21 Pop, #3 AC), “The Last Worthless Evening” (#21 Pop, #5 AC), and “New York Minute” (#48 Pop, #5 AC). Don Henley his second Grammy Award as a solo artist for Best Male Rock Vocal Performance for the title track in 1990. In spite of becoming his best selling solo album, it marks the beginning of the end of Henley’s relationship with Geffen Records. Constantly at odds with label boss David Geffen over the terms of his recording and song publishing contracts, Henley seeks to break his ties with Geffen in 1993. The label responds by filing a $30 million dollar breach of contract suit against the musician, stating that Henley owes them two more albums and a greatest hits compilation. The suit drags on until 2000 when he finally parts with Geffen and signs with Warner Bros Records. “Innocence” is remastered and reissued as a gold CD by Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab, and as a DTS 5.1 surround mix by DTS Entertainment in 1998. “The End Of The Innocence” peaks at number eight on the Billboard Top 200, and is certified 6x Platinum in the US by the RIAA.


On this day in music history: May 19, 1990 - “Vogue” by Madonna hits #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 for 3 weeks, also topping the Club Play chart for 2 weeks on the same date. Written and produced by Madonna and Shep Pettibone, it is the eighth chart topping single for the pop music superstar born Madonna Louise Veronica Ciccone. Collaborating with club DJ, remixer, and producer Shep Pettibone, Madonna decide to come up with a non-album B-side for the “Like A Prayer” albums’ fifth single “Keep It Together”. The singer is inspired by dancers she sees at the New York City club The Sound Factory doing a stylized dance called “voguing”. Originating in New York’s black and latino underground gay clubs and drag balls as early as the 1960’s, the dance takes its name from the fashion magazine “Vogue”, with the dance being a series of “angular, rigid hand, arm, leg and body movements” designed to look like the person is posing like a model while they are moving. When Madonna lets Warner Bros. know of her original intent to the use the song as a B-side, their great enthusiasm for the track persuade her to release it an A-side instead. “Vogue” is also added to the album “I’m Breathless” which includes songs from the film “Dick Tracy” in which she plays the character Breathless Mahoney. The songs popularity is further heightened by a memorable and striking black and white video directed by David Fincher (“Fight Club”, “Se7en”), featuring several of the dancers Madonna originally sees performing the dance, becoming dancers on the “Blonde Ambition Tour” in 1990. Entering the Hot 100 at #39 on April 14, 1990, it leaps to the top of the chart five weeks later. In 2010, “Vogue” is featured in “The Power Of Madonna” episode of the television show “Glee”, when the song is used in a spoof of the music video performed by actress Jane Lynch. The same year, Madonna and co-writer/producer Shep Pettibone are sued by Salsoul Records, claiming that “Vogue” samples a portion of The Salsoul Orchestra’s disco classic “Love Break”. The court eventually settles the lawsuit in Madonna’s favor. As a result of the suit, Warner Bros stops publishing royalty payments to Pettibone, who files suit against WB Music and Warner/Chappell Music in April of 2017, claiming that he is owed more than $500,000 in back royalties. To date, the suit is still pending. “Vogue” is certified 2x Platinum in the US by the RIAA.