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Actors Vs. Historic People They Played

  1. Eddie Redmayne And Felicity Jones As Stephen Hawking And His Wife Jane Wilde In The Theory Of Everything (2014) 
  2. Jamie Foxx As Ray Charles In Ray (2004) 
  3. Salma Hayek As Frida Kahlo In Frida (2002) 
  4. Hellen Mirren As HM Queen Elizabeth II In The Queen (2007) 
  5. Gary Oldman As Ludwig Van Beethoven In Immortal Beloved (1994) 
  6. Cate Blanchett As Bob Dylan In I’m Not There (2007) 
  7. Halle Berry As Dorothy Dandridge In Introducing Dorothy Dandridge (2000) 
  8. Jason Segel As David Foster Wallace In The End Of The Tour (2015) 
  9. Denzel Washington As Malcolm X In Malcolm X (1992) 
  10. Sean Penn As Harvey Milk In Milk (2008) 

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Portrait of Lady Jane Mildmay, seated three-quarter-length, in a white silk dress playing the harp (1785). John Francis Rigaud (British, 1742-1810). Oil on canvas.

Lady Jane Mildmay (1765-1857) was the eldest daughter of Carew Mildmay of Shawford House, Hants, and of Mildmay Park, Stoke Newington, and his wife, Jane, daughter of William Pescod. She married Sir Henry Paulet St. John in 1786.


Bernie Sanders, Wife Attend Broadway Musical ‘Hamilton,’ About Founding Father Alexander Hamilton (ABC News):

Following a rally in Brooklyn’s Greenpoint neighborhood, Sanders and his wife Jane made a beeline to Manhattan to catch the evening performance of the critically-acclaimed musical “Hamilton,” about founding father Alexander Hamilton.

Sanders arrived in Times Square, exited his motorcade, and walked a block to the 1,319-seat Richard Rodgers Theater, where he and Jane entered through a side door. Although he didn’t enter through the main entrance, theatergoers waiting in line cheered as he walked by, waving with one hand, and holding Jane’s hand with the other.

Sanders was mobbed by theatergoers inside the lobby and received a standing ovation when he entered the theater. The Vermont senator also met with the cast backstage after the performance. Both the Sanders campaign and a source with the production say Sanders paid face value for his tickets.

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“The Colonel and His Wife” - Digital Oil Painting

Rumbelle in Sense and Sensibility, partially inspired by @worryinglyinnocent.

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New promo stills of Alex and Samuel L. Jackson in The Legend of Tarzan.

Alex is also interviewed in the June 24, 2016 issue of Entertainment Weekly.

From EW.com:

Alexander Skarsgård went on a four-day pasta binge after The Legend of Tarzan

The Swedish star talks training, diet, and tapping into his inner beast


If you’re going to play the king of the jungle, you need to look like you can swing from vines, leap from cliffs, and, of course, keep up with the apes. So when Alexander Skarsgård landed the titular role in The Legend of Tarzan, he launched into a months-long training regimen that was, well, a beast.

David Yates’ upcoming adventure puts a spin on the Edgar Rice Burroughs classic, picking up in Victorian London, where the man formerly known as Tarzan lives with his wife, Jane, as the aristocratic John Clayton. But when he’s lured back to his African home as a trade emissary, he’s swept up in a deadly colonialist conspiracy, and he finds himself reverting to his animalistic origins.

To play the vine-swinging wild man, Skarsgård hit the gym months before principal photography even started to sculpt his 6-foot-4 physique into hard, lean perfection. Sure, he set out to build up muscle, but he also worked with choreographer Wayne McGregor to figure out how Tarzan, a man raised in the wilderness and now living as a nobleman in England, would move through the jungle. Skarsgård’s goal, he says, was to tap into Tarzan’s animalistic agility, focusing on everything from his posture to how he’d walk differently between the streets of London and the jungles of the Congo.

“The key for me was I didn’t want to look like a broiler,” Skarsgård says. “I didn’t want to look like someone from Venice Beach, that sort of Golds Gym look.”

But it wasn’t all intense workouts. Skarsgård also had to meticulously watch his diet, eating small portions of protein every few hours. Margot Robbie, who plays Tarzan’s wife Jane, recalls how they would show up at work on Monday morning, and  Skarsgård would wistfully ask her to describe, in detail, what she ate that weekend.

“I remember the day that he was allowed an apple, and he kissed the apple,” Robbie says. “It hit me how deprived you are if you’re that excited to see a piece of fruit.”

The only bright side to that strict diet was that it does make a man appreciate the simple pleasures. So when Skarsgård wrapped production, he drove straight to visit his father — Good Will Hunting actor Stellan Skarsgård  — in London for a massive carb binge.

“I spent four days just in bed, being fed by Dad,” he says. “He cooked these pastas with rich sauces and bone marrow and fried mozzarella and tons of beer and wine. It was the most incredible weekend of my life.”

Sources:  Article:  EW.com (x), Photos:  JustJared.com & JustJared instagram & wealthywelcomewellknown tumblr (x)


It’s 11 months today since they got married, it must have been a blissful time for them that they have spent together, probably trying to be with each other more than they ever did, living Lisbon’s pregnancy and welcoming their baby. I’d so much love to have the chance to look at the first days of their parenthood, the light in their faces as they talk to the baby or share moments alone when the baby’s asleep, everything must feel so different for them now. I’d love to see them singing a lullaby to the baby together or Jane proudly speaking about his wife and child - in the present tense, and them just being happy together.

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Loki sat, trying his hardest not to roll his eyes at his father from his position just to his left, a bored look threatening to slip over his sharp features.

The group sat in the basement of one of New York’s most exclusive bars. They had the right to– they owned it. “They” consisted of Odin Asgardia, head of the Asgardia family mafia; to his left sat Frigga Asgardia, his wife; to the left of him sat Heimdall, Odin’s head of guard and right-hand man; to Heimdall’s right sat Thor Asgardia, eldest son of Odin and to his right stood his wife, Jane. At the end of the table sat Hogun, Fandral, Volstagg, and Sif, and finally, on Frigga’s left sat Loki Laufeyson, youngest and adopted son of Odin. At every entrance stood guards, listening, waiting, watching.

Not that they had anything interesting to listen to.

“And these are the final arrangements. Two weeks, Loki– you will unify two households yet again. Be proud– this will end many, many battles and stop many more from ever happening. Your marriage is hugely significant and the entire family owes you thanks.” Loki stopped mouthing along across the table to Thor just as Odin looked over to him, forcing Thor to hold in his laughter as Loki gazed towards their father.

“You would think this would be taken more seriously by my sons and heirs,” Odin said irritably. “Especially–”

“ ‘Because the future of the syndicate rests in our hands’ ,” Loki and Thor said with twin sighs.

Odin glared. “Yes, it does. So it would be wise to pay attention, no?”

“Yes, Father.”

He resumed speaking, though the two young men now grudgingly gave him their attention.

Even marriage, it seemed, was controlled by the syndicate.

It’s their 4 month wedding anniversary, and I imagine them in their love nest enjoying the beauty of their love with their new house becoming bigger every day as the arrival of their baby gets closer. I imagine Jane spoiling Lisbon and trying to satisfy her every little whim, and Lisbon being a bit too sensitive and still adjusting to her new role of a mother-to-be. I imagine Jane looking at his pregnant wife at times as if in disbelief that he really is going to be a dad again and touching Teresa’s belly and whispering something to his baby, and both of them so happy.

If any of you are watching Wolf Hall on BBC Two then please know that the George Boleyn of said historical/fictional drama is in no way reflective of the real George, who to our knowledge was not abusive to his wife, Jane Parker, and was by all accounts a likeable and intelligent young man.

If you want to learn about the talented and accomplished little brother of Queen Anne Boleyn, then read the book by Claire Ridgway and Clare Cherry (George Boleyn: Tudor Poet, Courtier, and Diplomat). 

Recent portrayals seem to insist on casting him as abusive, cruel, even a rapist, but there is ABSOLUTELY NO reason to believe that any of these things were true. There are no historical evidence or accounts to support these ideas. They are pure fiction used by lazy authors who could not be bothered to look at accounts of the real George Boleyn (and his wife, Jane Parker, who is also constantly villainised for no good reason) and so instead created some sort of monster. 

Please remember that Wolf Hall is a work of historical fiction and your thoughts and feelings towards George Boleyn ought not be influenced by this quite frankly foul portrayal. (Or that of any other show or film that did not care to research his many merits.) 


Is it me or does Tony’s smile seem more genuine when he is with Kerry? I am not trying to be rude, but Tony know damn well he could’ve got somebody, damn it anybody else he wanted. Maybe his wife Jane was a hot something when she was younger, idk. But I just feel like it’s his destiny to be with a black woman 😂. No matter who it is, he has strong chemistry with the sistas. And his wife is always wearing them damn shirts like she stole them out of Tony’s side of the closet. Sorry not sorry!