girl walks into a bar 2011

anonymous asked:

New fans here! Can you recommend me what should I watch first other than Les Mis and Grease Live? And do you know if his newest film will be released worldwide? Thanks, Love your blog.

HEY! OK let’s get down to business.



  • Graceland (on Netflix) [Aaron stars as Undercover Agent Mike Warren, who graduated at the top of his class and is now put in a house with a bunch of other agents and crime fighting/drama ensues]
  • Howl (2010) [Aaron plays Peter Orlovsky alongside James Franco playing Allen Ginsburg in a movie exploring GInsburg’s poem of the same name]
  • Girl Walks Into a Bar (full movie on youtube) [Aaron plays a man in a bar, just watch it there are a ton of familiar faces]
  • A Dream of Flying [short movie written by Neil Gaiman, directed by Georgina Chapman, THIS IS REALLY GREAT]

Of course, there are SO many things he’s been in and they’re all good to watch. this is a good starting point though. As for his newest movie, “Stereotypically You” I’m not quite sure about all the details, but keep an eye out for word from @aarontveitnet​ which is the tumblr for his official site. I also have links to almost ALL his stuff on my “Roles” page. Enjoy!!!! and let me know what you think of them!

Originally posted by toinfinityandtveit

Perrie, meanwhile, has never let fame and fortune go to her head. Fabulous shot Little Mix earlier this year, and all four were the same down-to-earth girls we interviewed in 2011 when they were on the verge of winning The X Factor.

“I will never change,” says Perrie adamantly. “In years to come, I’ll still be that Geordie lass walking round South Shields with a battered Mars Bar! I don’t think this industry can change you when you have strong people around you, and my family, for one, are the most amazing supporters I have.

“I still wake up every day feeling extremely lucky to be in the position I am. Never in a million years did I think I’d have this lifestyle and meet so many incredible people.”


Last night a dear friend of mine was announced as an inductee in the 2014 WWE Hall of Fame. This year Lita will rightfully take her place alongside the legends of our industry. I could not be more happy for her. She truly deserves this so much. 

Lita brought her own unique style and grace both in and out the ring. She broke the mold of convention and paved her own way with originality and innovation. She dared you to be your own unique self no matter what! And she captured and embraced a unique and loyal blend of fans all her own because of it. 

I was fortunate enough to meet Lita prior to ever making it to the big dance. In North Carolina in the back of a small Indy show where she actually pulled me aside to give me advice about my match. She didn’t have to do that but she did. That was just a small testament to how much she truly loved this business. And perhaps he saw something in little ol’ me. I owe a lot to her in the advice she shared with me and all the help along the way. I had looked up to her then but even more after that day. 

One of the moments I can say that I am honestly most proud of in my career was to share the ring with her in her last match before her retirement at WWE Survivor Series 2006 in Philly. It was a sad day because it was the true end of the Golden Era of women’s wrestling. I couldn’t have been more honored to finally have a program with someone I looked up to for so many reasons and so long. But to know that was the last time the people would be able to see her perform on a stage that she was one of the best at was bittersweet. Going into that whole program she had so much heat it was ridiculous. It really got the people behind me as an underdog. Every bit of that match was amazing! No one expected me to kick out of that moonsault… And I was absolutely honored! The people were just on fire the whole way through.

She had such real, genuine heat! And to be honest one of the few females ever in history to have that. To go from one of the most beloved in the ring to the most hated. That should be a testament to every woman who steps foot in that ring. That is not only nailing it out there & doing your job better than anyone else, but that is truly being over! That’s not begging the people for a reaction… That’s demanding it! The tears I shed after that match weren’t tears of joy, but of sadness. I walked away a winner and a champion. However, it was the division and the fans that lost one of the greatest to ever set foot in that ring that night. 

Congrats to a friend, a mentor, and to an amazing woman! I’m so proud of and for you. I love you girl! Thank you for not just setting a standard but for raising the bar! Thank you for seeing something in me. The fans and I thank you for everything! Xoxo
~ MJ