We don’t need my father to give his blessing.
We don’t match on paper, but it don’t mean a thing.
When all my walls cave in, you pull me through it.
When there’s a gun at me, you’d take the bullet.
old shot ( from the daily mail - march ‘13 )
From someone who was invited to a test screening for The Drop / Animal Rescue on Dec 11:Raymond Medina - Good flick, terrible title. Will most likely be changed. Tom Hardy is probably the best actor working today. He’s so good that nobody notices. That’s how good.
[ proud nobody ;o)) ]
Handsome Bob had seen his fair share of good looking blokes in the gym, but for some reason this one caught his attention. There was something different about him, but he couldn’t put his finger on just what it was.
oh you know he could ;o))
by Joe Queenan, The Guardian
— and why i re-watch Inception to have greatness thrust upon me
YES! — tanya b.
Collider: How did [Chris Nolan] cast you [as Bane] then?
Hardy: He liked me from RocknRolla actually. I played the gay getaway driver.
( handsome bane )
Three screenshots from Animal Rescue (still no official word on a name change), featuring Tom Hardy and the late James Gandolfini.
Posted by the film’s cinematographer, Nicolas Karakatsanis.
how come no noomi? beggars can’t be THANK YOU, dp! ;o))
OMG - how could i have forgotten?!
— it’s never too late for X to mark the spot!
happy [almost tardy to the party] boxing day! ;o))
An original production cel from Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids. The show was among a burst of 1970s-era Saturday morning cartoons that featured positive African-American characters.
Courtesy of Pamela Thomas/Museum of UnCut Funk!
Hey Hey Hey! Historian Draws Attention To ’70s Black Animation Art
Pamela Thomas grew up during the 1970s watching cartoons that featured African-American characters. Now, she relives her childhood Saturday mornings through her collection of black animation art on display at the Museum of UnCut Funk!.
and i’m gonna sing a song for you-ou …
I didn’t do anything I’ve never done before…but when the camera moves in on that Bergman’s face, and she’s saying she loves you, it would make anybody look romantic - Humphrey BogartI think he is absolutely wonderful, I mean, I’m so pleased when I see, that he looks at me with such love in his eyes…it’s very flattering - Ingrid BergmanHumphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman on each other’s performance in Casablanca (1942)
— grabbed the cabin pressure clip yesterday and saw article today lol!
Fox Hunt 03: Giclee Fine Art Print 13X19
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like i says, every time i try to have a tom hardy-less day, he drags me back …
( wbez’s filmspotting podcast #471 - massacre theatre does The Limey )