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For inspiration reasons, here’s a list of actresses over 40 who can probably still kick our asses:

Kelly Hu (Age: 48)

Originally posted by samellsource-blog

Linda Hamilton (Age: 60)

Originally posted by fyeahlostgirl

Charlize Theron (Age: 41)

Originally posted by headlesssamurai

Gina Torres ( Age: 47)

Originally posted by sarahraffferty

Ming-Na Wen (Age: 52)

Originally posted by just-me-and-the-tv

Kate Beckinsale (Age: 43)

Originally posted by magdalena-ionescu

Gwyneth Paltrow (Age: 44)

Originally posted by marvelsladies

Milla Jovovich (Age: 41)

Originally posted by lupitalover

Jada Pinkett Smith (Age: 45)

Originally posted by fuckyeahgothamfox

Michelle Yeoh (Age: 54)

Originally posted by drunkensword

Lucy Lawless (Age: 48)

Originally posted by klippfandom

Regina King (Age: 45)

Originally posted by kingregina

Lucy Liu (Age: 47)

Originally posted by sivanlesbian

Helen Mirren (Age: 71)

Originally posted by beautifuldreams-blog


Some of the most memorable couples of the 90′s
Gwyneth Paltrow & Brad Pitt (1995-1997) - Ethan Hawke & Uma Thurman (1997-2003)
Johnny Depp & Kate Moss (1994-1997) - Liv Tyler & Joaquin Phoenix (1995-1998)
Reese Witherspoon & Ryan Philippe (1997-2006) - Tom Cruise & Nicole Kidman (1989-2001)
Matt Damon & Winona Ryder (1997-2000) - Sean Penn & Robin Wright (1990-2010)
Richard Gere & Cindy Crawford (1988-1994) - Winona Ryder & Johnny Depp (1989-1993)


Vanity Fair Hollywood Covers by Annie Leibovitz (1995-2004)

  • 1995: Jennifer Jason Leigh, Uma Thurman, Nicole Kidman, Patricia Arquette, Linda Fiorentino, Gwyneth Paltrow, Sarah Jessica Parker, Julianne Moore, Angela Bassett, and Sandra Bullock.
  • 1996: Tim Roth, Leonardo DiCaprio, Matthew McConaughey, Benicio Del Toro, Michael Rapaport, Stephen Dorff, Johnathon Schaech, David Arquette, Will Smith, and Skeet Ulrich.
  • 1997: Cameron Diaz, Kate Winslet, Claire Danes, Renée Zellweger, Minnie Driver, Alison Elliott, Jada Pinkett, Jennifer Lopez, Charlize Theron, and Fairuza Balk.
  • 1998: Joaquin Phoenix, Vince Vaughn, Natalie Portman, Djimon Hounsou, Cate Blanchett, Tobey Maguire, Claire Forlani, Gretchen Mol, Christina Ricci, Ed Furlong, and Rufus Sewell.
  • 1999: Adrien Brody, Thandie Newton, Monica Potter, Reese Witherspoon, Julia Stiles, Leelee Sobieski, Giovanni Ribisi, Sarah Polley, Norman Reedus, Anna Friel, Omar Epps, Kate Hudson, Vinessa Shaw, and Barry Pepper.
  • 2000: Penélope Cruz, Wes Bentley, Mena Suvari, Marley Shelton, Chris Klein, Selma Blair, Paul Walker, Jordana Brewster, and Sarah Wynter.
  • 2001: Nicole Kidman, Catherine Deneuve, Meryl Streep, Gwyneth Paltrow, Cate Blanchett, Kate Winslet, Vanessa Redgrave, Chloë Sevigny, Sophia Loren, and Penélope Cruz.
  • 2002: Kirsten Dunst, Kate Beckinsale, Jennifer Connelly, Rachel Weisz, Brittany Murphy, Selma Blair, Rosario Dawson, Christina Applegate, and Naomi Watts.
  • 2003: Tom Hanks, Tom Cruise, Harrison Ford, Jack Nicholson, Brad Pitt, Edward Norton, Jude Law, Samuel L. Jackson, Don Cheadle, Hugh Grant, Dennis Quaid, Ewan McGregor, and Matt Damon.
  • 2004: Julianne Moore, Jennifer Connelly, Gwyneth Paltrow, Naomi Watts, Salma Hayek, Jennifer Aniston, Kirsten Dunst, Diane Lane, Lucy Liu, Hilary Swank, Alison Lohman, Scarlett Johansson, and Maggie Gyllenhaal.

Close-Up: Jane Austen’s Women, On Screen

“I hate to hear you talk about all women as if they were fine ladies instead of rational creatures. None of us want to be in calm waters all our lives.” Persuasion, 1817.

  • Amanda Root, Persuasion (1995)
  • Alicia Silverstone, Clueless (1995, adapted from Emma)
  • Jennifer Ehle, Pride and Prejudice (1995)
  • Kate Winslet and Emma Thompson, Sense and Sensibility (1995)
  • Gwyneth Paltrow and Toni Collette, Emma (1996)
  • Frances O’Connor, Mansfield Park (2000)
  • Renée Zellweger, Bridget Jones’ Diary (2000, inspired by Pride and Prejudice)
  • Aishwarya Rai, Bride & Prejudice (2004, adapted from Pride and Prejudice)
  • Keira Knightley, Pride & Prejudice (2005)
  • Kate Beckinsale, Love & Friendship (2016, adapted from Lady Susan)

Some of the most memorable couples of the 90′s

Gwyneth Paltrow & Brad Pitt (1995-1997) - Ethan Hawke & Uma Thurman (1997-2003)

Johnny Depp & Kate Moss (1994-1997) - Liv Tyler & Joaquin Phoenix (1995-1998)

Reese Witherspoon & Ryan Philippe (1997-2006) - Tom Cruise & Nicole Kidman (1989-2001)

Matt Damon & Winona Ryder (1997-2000) - Sean Penn & Robin Wright (1990-2010)

Richard Gere & Cindy Crawford (1988-1994) - Winona Ryder & Johnny Depp (1989-1993)


On day one there were two people with it, and then there were four, and then it was sixteen and you think you’ve got it in front of you. But next it’s two hundred and fifty six and then it’s sixty five thousand and it’s behind you and above you and all around you. In thirty steps, it’s a billion sick. Three months. It’s a math problem you can do on napkin. And that’s where we’re headed! And that’s why you won’t even tell us the number of the dead, will you, Dr. Cheever? But you tell your friends when to get out of Chicago before anyone else has a chance.

Contagion [2011] dir. Steven Soderbergh

Top 20 Personajes famosos como adolescentes! Puedes reconocerlos?

Top 20 Celebrities like teenagers! You can recognize them?

Angelina Jolie

Brad Pitt


George Clooney

Johnny Depp

Robert Downey Jr

Goldie Hawn

Christian Bale

Brooke Shields

Helena Bonham Carter

Elvis Presley

Steve Buscemi

Kate Moss

John Lennon and Paul McCartney

Daniel Craig

Jane Fonda

Lena Dunham

Michelle Williams

Sofia Coppola

Gwyneth Paltrow

anonymous asked:

If you had a daughter would your penaulltumet dream for her to be a pawn in helping hold up the homophobia of patriarchy ? Or would you want her to help burn the system of homophobic oppression held up by old het white men in power in Hollywood and the music industry ? Would you be an aspiring actress who sucks Harvey Weinstein's dick for a good part or would you be among the many strong and principaled women who walked away? The choice is ours as women, innit?

See, I see what you are doing here, little Larrie. If you present what I fully acknowledge is a systemic problem in the entertainment industry, as well as pretty much every other industry and situation where men hold power over women, as a parallel to the fantastical conspiracy theory known as Larry, then my denouncing the unacceptable behavior of these men, including but not limited to Harvey Weinstein, is expressing my implicit support for the continued efforts of what Larries claim to be fighting for. That is what is known as a false dichotomy. You can couch your hyperbolic questions as a rant against something that I am also against and if I were to take these questions at face value, then of course my answer would be no. But that’s not what you are doing here, is it?

What you are doing is attempting to rationalize the abusive behavior of a conspiracy theorist by draping it in a larger picture of homophobia and male toxicity in the world. No. This is not acceptable. You cannot claim to be an activist for women or the LGBTQ+ community while participating in the homophobic stereotypes that Larries apply to the world. You cannot claim to be an activist while shaming and abusing women who enter the orbit of these men because they are a threat to your fantasy. You cannot claim to be an activist when you analyze to death every single action that these men exhibit in public and pick and choose which actions promote your agenda and discard, mock or ignore the ones that don’t fit the “narrative” of your fictional fantasy of a hidden relationship that you believe is being performed exclusively for your benefit.

What I find especially repulsive about this ask is your implication that any woman who was subject under duress to the advances and demands of a man who held power over her and as a result was abused, assaulted and brutalized is somehow on the same level as HW and his vileness. This is shaming women, anon, it is the ultimate expression of misogyny. What are your feelings about his victims like Cara Delevigne, who in your words “walked away” without an outright physical assault? Was she not damaged? Should she be shamed for accepting a part in one of his films – an acting gig that would help further her career – and not speaking out earlier? Are you shaming her? What about Gwyneth Paltrow, Claire Forlani, Kate Beckensale? Are you shaming the ones who actually did suffer an assault for not “choosing” to walk away? Really???? Do you think rape victims have a CHOICE? This was an abuse of power and it is unfortunately nothing new, but it has nothing to do with the lie that the conspiracy theorists in this fandom spin and promulgate under the cloak of being an activist. That is a lie because there is no one that I have encountered in my many years on this planet that is more homophobic and misogynistic than a Larrie.