“I am revealing no breathtaking secret when I say that Marilyn had a reputation
for not being the easiest actress in the world to work with. Her eagerness and
ambition cause her to tense up. She has difficulty remembering lines. She has
been known to drive directors stark, raving mad. However, an interesting thing
happened during the shooting of Itch.
My favorite scene in the picture comes close to the end. It is a kind of
serious and extremely difficult scene in which The Girl explains to the hero
why she finds him exciting and attractive and why his wife has every reason to
be jealous. Because of it’s difficulty and the fact that it ends with a long
speech from The Girl, it was generally assumed that the scene would need
several days to get on film. Billy Wilder patiently struggled through dozens of
takes for every scene except this one. Three minutes later it was all over.
Marilyn had done it, letter perfect with an emotional impact that caused the
entire sound-stage to burst into applause at the end, on the first take. There
was no need for a second. She told me later she was able to do the scene
because she believed every word of what she was saying and because it seemed to
her like the story of her own life.”
- George Axelrod
A/N: Oops I wrote a thing. Go easy on me, I’ve never written Lucifer but the second I got this ask I got flooded with ideas.
Pairing: Casifer x Reader
Warnings: Fingering, language, daddy!kink, smut, voyeurism if you count Cas seeing what’s happening from the inside, a um, a rough blowjob, hair pulling, light choking
Word Count: 1.3k
“Everybody out!” you shouted as you marched into your father’s, throne room, lair, dungeon – whatever he was calling it these days. The demons surrounding Lucifer jumping and scattering. You loved that affect you had on them.
“Y/N, how very nice to finally meet you.” Lucifer said as you walked up to him as he lounged in your father’s throne.
He was wearing Castiel. Which in all honestly, fit him like a glove. You looked to the side to see your father, Crowley on all fours, trapped in a hell hound’s cage, bound like a dog.
Director Henry Hathaway tells a story about Marilyn Monroe:
“She was very special. Marilyn was scared to death and never sure she was a good actress. The tragedy was she was never allowed to be. I saw her one time over at Paramount, this was the time she was married to Arthur Miller. She was walking up and down outside the stage…. I went out to her, and she was crying. I walked up and down with her and said: ”What’s the matter?”She said: “All my life I’ve played Marilyn Monroe, Marilyn Monroe, Marilyn Monroe…. I’ve tried to do a little better and find myself doing an imitation of Edie Adams doing an imitation of me. I try to do a little better, but then I do an exaggeration of myself doing the same thing. I want to do something different…. When I married Miller, one of the fantasies I had in my head was that I could get out of Marilyn Monroe through him…. And I find myself back here on the stage, and I just couldn’t take it, I had to get out of there. I just couldn’t face having to do another scene trying to do something with Marilyn Monroe.” - quoted by John Kobal in People Will Talk, 1975
I believe that everything happens for a reason. People change so that you can learn to let go, things go wrong so that you appreciate them when they’re right, you believe lies so you eventually learn to trust no one but yourself, and sometimes good things fall apart so better things can fall together.
“Mmm, Cas, yes..” you trailed off as your hands threaded into the dark brown locks that belonged to the angel between your thighs.
“L-left,” you whimpered, guiding his head to your right and his left so that his tongue drug across your folds perfectly- “fuuck, right there… oh god.”
You cried out as his tongue swiped up and down, leaving you panting and writhing beneath him as your orgasm washed you over only a second later, your throbbing sex exploding with the intense pleasure you’d been chasing after for the last hour before Cas pulled away.