• Q:In what ways have you seen Jennifer, Liam and Josh change over the course of filming?
  • Nina Jacobson :I think the most heartening thing has been to see how close they have become with each other. Often times fame divides people and makes people individuate or be competitive with each other. They never turned that way. They became a family, they became incredibly close, they grew up together. Other people of that age are going to college, and they instead had this experience. Certainly their freedom of movement has been impacted, but they have had a good role model in someone like Woody. Everywhere you go people recognise him, and he’s really gracious about it, and really appreciative. It’s not like you appreciate it when people bother you at dinner, but appreciate that success of that kind is nothing to be taken for granted. They all come from good families, of people who have their head on straight, and are surrounded by good people and not yes people.
  • Q:Jennifer Lawrence has her production company. Did she pick your brains about it?
  • Nina Jacobson :Yeah, we definitely talked about it a bit. I’m really proud and excited to see her take that next step. She actually said one of the nicest things to me that anybody ever said, which was that on set that I don’t say that much, but what I do say she always wants to hear. The idea that it’s better to create an environment in which people can do their best work, and to only speak up when you have something meaningful to say, and not just to impose your presence as a producer. To let other people’s voices emerge instead of your own.

anonymous asked:

I'll pout with you. I like your blog, not just because you don't post Liam hate, but because you actually like him! Some Joshifer shippers don't care for Liam. They may have thought you were one of them and didn't look at your blog to see.

I mean how could you not like this guy! He’s adorable and he never takes himself seriously. 

And besides, ssshh, I think Liam likes Joshifer too.  Josh and Jen are two of his best friends after all.


the real reason behind Captain America: Civil War

Listen, if Marvel wants me they got me.I’ve never had such a relationship where you have such—I mean look at my resume, I’m used to being on set being like, ‘Ah is this movie gonna be terrible?’ Marvel just can’t stop making great movies, they do it in their sleep. It’s wonderful directors and producers and actors and scripts, and it’s like a playground as an actor.It’s so mind-boggling that I was so tentative in the beginning to jump on board. What an asshole I would be if I hadn’t done this. I mean can you imagine? Kicking myself—I’d never forgive myself!

Chris Evans on working for Marvel

Aw bb, no, you were not a dipshit. Sometimes when he gets self-deprecating, I get sad. This is one of those times.