paradise city
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frnkiero-and-homicide:

I tried.
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edenliaothewomb:

Juliette Binoche and Kristen Stewart, for INTERVIEW Germany, Sep 2014.
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jemmasmmns:

Jessica Chastain, photographed by Annie Leibovitz for Vogue, August 2014
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one-troll-remains:

ozzyonedge:

Via Brent Fitz:

Awesome #photobomb from @MylesKennedy, before going on stage last night! #SMK&C #hamptonbeach #WorldOnFire 

Someone is trying to dethrone Benedict Cumberbatch as the king of photobombing….

P.S. I officially can’t with this dork. He’s too much.

Seriously, look at that face!
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The preparation for the role really came from talking with the show’s creators, David Benioff and Dan Weiss, and one of the show’s directors, Alex Graves. They invited me into dialogues about the character very early; what motivates him, what makes him human. They were very trusting and generous, so there was a lot of room to explore, and to let the imagination run free. The writing was so good, so that really did most of the work. The stunt team put me in some Wushu training with a master of the form for a couple of weeks before I started, and very intense fight rehearsals throughout.

The preparation for the role really came from talking with the show’s creators, David Benioff and Dan Weiss, and one of the show’s directors, Alex Graves. They invited me into dialogues about the character very early; what motivates him, what makes him human. They were very trusting and generous, so there was a lot of room to explore, and to let the imagination run free. The writing was so good, so that really did most of the work. The stunt team put me in some Wushu training with a master of the form for a couple of weeks before I started, and very intense fight rehearsals throughout.

The preparation for the role really came from talking with the show’s creators, David Benioff and Dan Weiss, and one of the show’s directors, Alex Graves. They invited me into dialogues about the character very early; what motivates him, what makes him human. They were very trusting and generous, so there was a lot of room to explore, and to let the imagination run free. The writing was so good, so that really did most of the work. The stunt team put me in some Wushu training with a master of the form for a couple of weeks before I started, and very intense fight rehearsals throughout.
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