guardian:

Helena Bonham Carter and Dominic West are to star in a new film about Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton. In an exclusive fashion shoot for the Guardian, the actors get back into character as Hollywood’s super-glamorous lovers. Read the full interview with the actors, & see more pictures here. 
Photo: Gustavo Papaleo

Love these guys. 

guardian:

Helena Bonham Carter and Dominic West are to star in a new film about Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton. In an exclusive fashion shoot for the Guardian, the actors get back into character as Hollywood’s super-glamorous lovers. Read the full interview with the actors, & see more pictures here. 

Photo: Gustavo Papaleo

Love these guys. 

osirismorte:

I dont usually post things like this, but what the actual fuck XD

Hahsha! Awesome.

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Aw yeah! S Club 7 for life!
Also, this is the best move to get me ready for tomorrow. We can do this! 

Aw yeah! S Club 7 for life!

Also, this is the best move to get me ready for tomorrow. We can do this! 

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This might be the best thing. 

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avengwhores:

Robert Downey, Jr. consoles a young boy in tears because Iron Man isn’t in his costume.
… I don’t know who looks more distraught: Downey or the kid

avengwhores:

Robert Downey, Jr. consoles a young boy in tears because Iron Man isn’t in his costume.

… I don’t know who looks more distraught: Downey or the kid

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asiasociety:

Photo/Video: Seatbelts Required for Lively Jackie Chan Q&A at Asia Society

In a rollicking 30-minute Q&A which saw an animated Chan spend just as much time out of his seat as in it, the superstar said China should use Hollywood to tell its story.

Read full story here.

hellogiggles:

Poehler-oids

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Lucy Liu for The Edit (May 2013)

Lucy!! Huzzah for one of the only Asian mainstream actresses out there! (if not the only one, at least that’s a house hold name in the U.S.) 

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Today I woke up to the news that Angelina Jolie had a double mastectomy because she had a high risk of developing breast and ovarian cancer. My reaction to the very moving piece she wrote for the NYTimes was: how incredibly brave of her.

In a culture where celebrities are prized for their bodies (if not much else) and women are negotiating feminism with the historically gendered, problematic notions of beauty, body image, and sexual harassment (among others), Jolie’s story stands out as a step in the right direction.  Also, as a woman who has grown up hearing about the risk of breast cancer and being afraid of it, Jolie’s choice is extremely inspiring. 

And then there was the Internet.

XO Jane’s article "The 10 Most Misogynistic Reactions To Angelina Jolie’s Double Mastectomy Announcement" points to severe problems that are still present and extremely disheartening in our society.

Here are some takeaways from people’s reactions to the news:

1) Women’s bodies (especially their boobs) are more important than their health.

2) Women’s bodies are everybody’s business (especially men’s).

3) Women will always be pitted against each other.

4) Angelina Jolie is considered a slut because she “stole” Brad Pitt from Jennifer Aniston.

5) People still care about that shit. 

6) Sluts deserve to be sick. 

hoodoothatvoodoo:

Ellen Von Unwerth
‘Rose McGowan’

hoodoothatvoodoo:

Ellen Von Unwerth

‘Rose McGowan’

loonylunalovegood97:

tiger-in-the-flightdeck:

AND THEY WERE PERFECT PARENTS TOO!

They were fiercely proud of their children’s accomplishments.

They played together as a family.

They went to school plays, parent/teacher interviews, and helped with school work.

They co-parented, Gomez was just as active in raising their children as Morticia was.

When their children wanted something that they disapproved of, they were disappointed but relented because it would make them happy.

Plus, all TV married couples kind of hate each other and argue 90% of the time for the sake of comedy, but these two have always seemed to be forever and always in love, which is kind of sweet.

And if that’s only possible because they’re weirdos, what does that say about us?

*Swoon*

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And today’s style inspiration is Freddie Mercury in “I Want To Break Free.” Lesson: You’ll never be as cool as Freddie. 
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And today’s style inspiration is Freddie Mercury in “I Want To Break Free.” Lesson: You’ll never be as cool as Freddie.

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