~goldfinger

anonymous asked:

I love that fan trailer you made of nurseydex! Do you mind telling me the name of the guy that i think was supposed to be dex in the black and white shot?

Roberto Sipos is the model for Dex in the black and white shots, but I also threw in some Marc Goldfinger in that fanvid. :)

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BREAKING: Garry Marshall, Acclaimed ‘Pretty Woman’ Director And ‘Happy Days’ Creator, Has Passed Away At 81
Writer, director and actor Garry Marshall of Mork & Mindy' and 'Happy Days' has passed.

Reports indicate that the legendary Hollywood writer, director, producer and actor Garry Marshall has passed away at the age of 81. Marshall was involved in a laundry list of blockbuster films and TV shows that pushed the medium into its golden years for over five decades. He was a writer and producer of The Dick Van Dyke Show, The Lucy Show, Gomer Pyle, USMC, The Odd Couple and famously created Happy Days and Mork & Mindy, just to name a few.

In his later years, he found great success as a feature film director with Pretty Woman,Runaway Bride and The Princess Diaries. Despite his many talents behind the came, Marshall also indulged in acting, with roles over sixty-five years in everything from the third James Bond film Goldfinger, Soapdish, A League of Their Own, a recurring role on Murphy Brown and dozens more — Pinky & The Brain, The Simpsons, the list goes on and on. In just the last few years he lent his voice to BoJack Horseman and appeared in a 2 episode run onLouie.

Marshall was inducted into the Television Hall of Fame in 1997, and was a winner of the Women in Film Lucy Award for, “enhancing the perception of women through the medium of television.” And it might seem like a lot, but his resume is almost too extensive to list. There’s little doubt that most consumers of media have been entertained by Garry Marshall, and he will be missed.

Uproxx had the pleasure of speaking with Marshall earlier this year and he spoke a bit about his approach and filmmaking philosophy.

“I have a good time and try to be positive and I think all my movies try to celebrate the human spirit rather than bringing them down or make some negative things,” Marshall told us. “We know what the real world is. Not doing so good, the real world. It’s better, my made-up world. And we have a better time.”

Glenkerry House, London by Erno Goldfinger- Shot from the roof of Balfron Tower.

© 2016 Alex James Bruce


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Desmond Llewelyn and Sean Connery in “Goldfinger”

In “From Russia With Love” we got a quick look at Bond’s 1935 Bentley. In “Goldfinger” Q presents Bond with a 1964 Aston Martin DB5 for use in the field. It comes with revolving license plates, tracking devices, smokescreen, oil slick and machine guns. It also has a passenger side ejector seat. Bond really likes the ejector seat as it is the perfect way to end a date. He’s probably thinking about how much fun it would be to launch Moneypenny.
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Shirley Bassey sings the main theme of Goldfinger (1964)
directed by Guy Hamilton
music by John Barry

Goldfinger
He’s the man, the man with the Midas touch
A spider’s touch
Such a cold finger
Beckons you to enter his web of sin
But don’t go in
Golden words he will pour in your ear
But his lies can’t disguise what you fear
For a golden girl knows when he’s kissed her
It’s the kiss of death from
Mister Goldfinger
Pretty girl beware of this heart of gold
This heart is cold
Golden words he will pour in your ear
But his lies can’t disguise what you fear
For a golden girl knows when he’s kissed her
It’s the kiss of death from
Mister Goldfinger
Pretty girl beware of this heart of gold
This heart is cold
He loves only gold
Only gold
He loves gold
He loves only gold
Only gold
He loves gold


Inception 30 Day Challenge, Day 15: Eames’s favorite movie? 

He tells Arthur that it’s “Diamonds Are Forever,” because obvs he goes for classic Connery but equally obvs “Goldfinger” would just be too predictable a choice, Arthur would be more impressed with his more obscure Bond movie adoration. 

But Eames’s actual favorite movie is “Clue.” Wadsworth had a huge impact on him when he was growing up. 

(Of course, as we all know, *my* Eames’s favorite movie is “Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory.”)

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2 minute time-lapse of a 2 hour tattoo session of the anchor I got over at Blackbird Atelier. Be sure to watch it in HD!