he directed this movie


watching the dunkirk trailer - a moodboard


antichrist? it’s very good. brødre? that one, aswell. stjerner uden hjerner? maybe not that one, but the others are very good.

#look at this precious ray of sunshine being all happy and excited and passionate!!! 

My fave crewt isnt just them being cute and holding hands and sharing scarves while giggling but also these two antisocial dingus’ being seen as Those Weirdos Over There wherever they go because it’s the noodly ginger who keeps staring at the ground and mumbling what you highly suspect are insults while his suitcase growls ominously and his boyfriend/bodyguard, Credence “Resting Murderface” Barebones, isn’t saying shit but is staring at people in a way to make everyone highly suspect he may in fact, be a serial killer

Of the two, the one with the serial-killer stare is the more socially adept. Because at least he isn’t prone to suddenly climbing over people/buildings because a neat looking bird went by

Okay, so I just wanna talk about this shot from La La Land for a second. First off, this is from the end of the opening number (”Another Day of Sun”). Not only is this shot beautifully composed and executed, the color scheme is so pleasing, and there’s SO MUCH DEPTH. Also, this number is one continuous take with no cuts whatsoever which means that after running around catching everything happening among the cars and dancers, the camera operator and director still got this shot to wrap it all up. This is hands down one of the best shots on film in a long, long time, and I love La La Land so very much.

Yvonne vs. The Predator

BOOM! goes the dynamite!

Yvonne Strahovski Joins Shane Black’s ‘The Predator’

“Strahovski will play the mother to Tremblay, a troubled boy who is accidentally drawn into the conflict with the fierce alien creatures by her ex-husband, played by Holbrook. 

Strahovski, who has had runs on Dexter and 24: Live Another Day, next co-stars in Hulu’s buzzy Margaret Atwood adaptation of The Handmaid’s Tale with Elizabeth Moss and Joseph Fiennes. She also has two movies in the can: Dennis Iliadis-directed He’s Out There and the Marc Forster-directed drama All I See is You, the latter with Blake Lively.“ [x]

a concept: even at first thinks he can direct his life like a movie director, he thinks he can have things planned from the start, he thinks he can know how things will turn out, thinks he can predict them but isak


keeps surprising him, amazing him, making him feel things he didn’t expect, and what he and isak become isn’t what he had planned from the start. it’s better. and now he thinks maybe life isn’t a movie where you can direct all the events, maybe shared moments aren’t scenes you’ve designed beforehand. 

and maybe what he and isak have isn’t a movie with a beginning and an end. maybe it’s just a long-lasting dance of the souls and you can’t always know what the next song will be. maybe it’s finally being able to let go, and finally letting things just be 

Ben Affleck is having a bad week - first his movie ‘Live By Night’ that he directed and starred in gets trashed by critics, now two DC movies he’s starred in are short-listed for 12 Razzie awards between them including a ‘Worst Actor’ nom for him. Hopefully WB will release some new ‘Justice League’ footage soon to divert everyone’s attention to brighter things. 

some things to be grateful for

Hey you guys, I know 2016 has been quite a shitty year on a global level - so I decided to post something nice to cheer you up a bit (also, since it’s finally December and all that)

It’s been quite an eventful year for Ewan, too, but in a much better way

1) He finally got to direct a movie and show it to the world:

American Pastoral (2016, dir. Ewan McGregor)

2.) Also, he got to present it at the Toronto Film Festival, together with his beautiful wife, Eve, which is quite a treat:

(Watch him talk about the filming experience in the TIFF Master Class video)

3.) He landed a biggie (playing two brothers!!) in the third season of Fargo:

4.) Along with Jonny Lee Miller, Ewen Bremner, Kelly McDonald, and Robert Carlyle he reprised his role of Mark Renton in Trainspotting 2 (T2) (dir. Danny Boyle) - shooting started in May 2016 and the trailer looks awesome:

5.) He performed at the Roxy, he did!! (a tribute concert to the late David Bowie):

6.) He met up with his mate Charley Boorman and his friends from the Long Ways, David Alexanian and Russ Malkin (Charley had a bad accident with his bike but is recovering fine):

7.) He received the British Academy Britannia Humanitarian Award for his tireless work for Unicef (among other organisations) - well deserved:

8.) He beefed up an old Volkswagen Beetle and sold it on ebay, which is pretty cool:

9.) He got to fly in the back of a WWII, North American AT-6, nice:

10.) He got to spend some time at home both in the US and in Bonnie Scotland:

(11. Bonus: he sounded off on twitter about Boris Johnson after Brexit - the tweet has since been deleted but he’s still very vocal on his opinion. You do you, Ewan)

I hope you had some good times in 2016, too!!! And I hope 2017 will be a truly great year for you! You deserve it, m’loves!!!!! <3 you

Headcanon for spending Christmas with Cas:

  • Cas would wait until you woke up, unlike some other angels *cough* Balthazar, Gabriel, Lucifer *cough*
  • He probably spied on a couple of other families to learn about Christmas.
  • Cas didn’t get you a decorated tree, but he would manage to get you a small gift at least.
  • His gift would be something small, but personal. He would want you to love it.
  • His main priority on Christmas is to make you smile, so he’ll ask you what you wanna do.
  • Cas would make you hot cocoa. You better believe he is going to read and follow those directions.
  • He’ll play your favorite movie on Christmas, whether it’s a Christmas movie or not.
  • Cas will ask you about your past Christmases. Mostly because he’s curious.
  • “Have you ever kissed under a mistletoe Y/N?”  “No?”  “Do you want to?”  (If you say yes, Cas would be so happy).

Requested by Anon~

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Ben Affleck has already dropped out of directing the upcoming ‘Batman’ movie, and the script he wrote is reportedly being re-written by someone else. Now, according to John Campea, three separate sources at Warner Brothers have stated that Ben Affleck is looking to leave the role altogether!

- “Take this for what it’s worth. This is from a guy who has been burned twice by scoops, so please take this with a massive, massive grain of salt. Over the past four days, I’ve talked to three separate people, who are connected in some way, to what is going on over at Warner Bros. What all three have told me, nothing about whether the script was thrown out or whether they liked the script, nothing about the direction that Matt Reeves is taking it in, nothing about that. What has come out of the conversation with all three was this. They’re telling me that, Ben Affleck, make no mistake, he does want out. He doesn’t want to be Batman anymore. I have been told that Affleck is talking with Warner Bros. in an attempt to get out of being Batman. If they do not let him out of being Batman, that the stand alone Batman film that ultimately happens, will be the last time we see Affleck as Batman, because he apparently wants out”


Under the Cherry Moon premiered in theaters nationwide on this day, July 2nd, in 1986

Martin Scorsese’s Journey From Near-Death Drug Addict to ‘Silence’

“It was incredibly nerve-racking,” says Garfield, who then was completing The Amazing Spider-Man 2.

He was hired with a year to go before the actual shoot, turned down everything else and immersed himself in the literature of the Jesuits, meeting regularly with Father James Martin, a priest who served as an adviser on the movie.

“He gave me spiritual direction as if I were a Jesuit in training,” says Garfield. “It became a very personal journey for me, a dual journey: It was me and Rodrigues, walking together, so that I could allow the events of the story to affect me in the way that a young, ambitious, intelligent, articulate, learned Jesuit would respond to being dropped into the front lines of the battle for Christianity.”

With Driver cast as the other lead missionary, the two young actors were sent to a Jesuit retreat in Wales, where Garfield completed the arduous Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius Loyola.

“It’s almost like a 12-step program,” he explains. “In fact, it’s the basis for a lot of 12-step programs, a longform meditation and prayer spent imagining the life of Christ, story by story, gospel by gospel, and sitting with his teachings, sitting with him as he discovers who he is in the wilderness, and really meditating upon his life and even crucifixion.”

By the time of the shoot, he says, “I was filled up with all this information and all this longing to spread the teachings of Christ, which I truly started to adore.”

Arrival (2016) Review

Arrival is the newest project from director Denis Villeneuve, the amazing director who brought us some really good movies in recent time, like Sicario, Prisoners or Enemy. This time he dwells in the sci-fi genre, directing a movie about an alien invasion. The movie stars Amy Adams, Jeremy Renner and Forest Whitaker.

The story begins with twelve UFO’s landing on earth on different territories. US Colonel Weber (Forest Whitaker) recruits Louise Banks (Amy Adams), a linguistic proffesor, in trying to establish contact with the invaders. There she will meet Ian Donnelly (Jeremy Renner), a scientist, expert in physics, with whom she will work together.

I really loved the approach this movie had on the alien invasion genre. This is not an action movie, the first answer is not to bring out the weapons and blow them up. Instead, the script, written by Eric Heisserer, comes with a much more better, intelligent answer. Let’s try talking with the aliens, let’s learn about them and see why they came here. This was a really original approach that I loved. True, because of this, the movie has a more slow pace, but it’s a good slow, it’s not boring at all, but the characters and the plot keep your attention at all times.

As it Denis Villeneuve movies, this one looks really beautiful also. The cinematography is really well done, creating some beautiful shots. However, this time Denis did not use his usual collaborator, Roger Deakins, instead going for Bradford Young, who really did an excellent job. The movie truly looks stunning and is a feast for the eyes.

As far as acting goes, the three main actors do a really good job, especially Amy Adams. This is one of her best roles, but that’s not saying much, considering she’s quite good in everything she does. Jeremy Renner also is really good, and I was really happy to see him in a role like this. It seems like lately, he is busy with all the blockbuster franchises, like Mission Impossible and the Marvel movies, so it’s really nice seeing he uses his real acting chops also. He needs to make more movies like this. Forest Whitaker is also really good, bringing out his A game.

Arrival is one of the best movies of the year, a really clever sci-fi that does not focus on mindless CGI-filled action and features interesting characters and a plot that will keep you guessing until the end, and it truly deserves a 9 out of 10!