Overused Movie Poster Cliches [via]
Previously: Movie Posters Recreated with Comic Sans and Clip Art
The scene at the beginning of the 1979 classic Apocalypse Now, with Martin Sheen’s Captain Willard alone in his hotel room, was completely unscripted. Sheen told the shooting crew to just let the cameras roll. The actor was actually drunk in the scene and punched the mirror, which was real glass. Sheen also began sobbing and tried to attack director Francis Ford Coppola. The crew was so disturbed by his actions that they wanted to stop shooting, but Coppola wanted to keep the cameras going (x).
A young Bruce Lee posing for a picture with Grandmaster Ip Man.
How The Face Changes With Shifting A Light Source
this is one of the coolest things on tumblr
See, I’m not unattractive, the lighting’s just wrong everywhere.
“What I like the most are unknown faces, actors who are not actors, people who haven’t yet become corrupted by their acting jobs and their routines, people who are still genuine. Films that are about common people need characters who are very far from the profession of actor. Actors are middle-class, and an actor could never have played the role of the workman in Bicycle Thieves. I kept doing screen tests, looking for the right Bruno, the child, when all of a sudden, in the row of the parents, I saw a man who was holding his son by the hand. I motioned to him to come forward; he came in front of me full of hesitation, pushing his son as if he were on a plate, with a smile full of melancholic hope. ‘No,’ I said to him, ‘you are the one who interests me, not the child.’ It was Lamberto Maggiorani. I did a screen test with him right away. Everything about him was perfect: the way he moved, the way he sat down, the way he moved his hands, full of calluses. His were the hands of a workman, not of an actor.” – Vittorio De Sica
Fargo - 1996
New Wes Anderson short film “Castello Cavalcanti” starring Jason Schwartzman.
IT’S LIKE IM RUNNING THROUGH PURGATORY
i’m pretty sure this is from evil dead
or my nightmares
The Floor Is Lava…