"A few years ago, I stood on this stage with William Holden."
March 29, 1982 — While accepting an honorary Academy Award in recognition of her five decades on film, Barbara Stanwyck takes a moment to thank her close friend and costar William Holden, who had died four months prior. In 1939, Stanwyck—one of the most powerful performers in Hollywood—fought for Holden when Columbia chief Harry Cohn wanted the fledgling actor fired from the filming of Golden Boy, the movie that cemented Holden’s stardom and lent him his lifelong nickname.
In which Jaime required coffee in order to sit through the wedding vows. [x]
OMFG BEST MISTAKE EVER
"by touch we are betrayed and betray others … an accidental brushing of shoulders or touching of hands … hands laid on shoulders in a gesture of comfort that lies like a thief, that takes, not gives, that wants, not offers, that awakes, not pacifies. When one flesh is waiting, there is electricity in the merest contact."
I’m going to be in Tuscany for the next 10 days, I’m gonna take a lot of pictures but you know me, I’m not the kind of person who makes a post once I come back home with all the pictures from the vacation. While I’m there I’m going to post a lot of pictures (BECAUSE I HAVE I NEW CELLPHONE MHUHAHAHAHAHA) on Twitter tho.
If you want to come with me, you don’t even need to follow me because my account is public, I’ll just leave the link for you here:
"What Hollywood truly wants, is for people to be themselves. I think what it’s designed for is to kind of turn people into something and just make them saleable. But what it really stands for, what it loves, are people who are unafraid to be themselves, and as you can see, these are people who are excelling in their careers." - Troian Bellisario
When I was starting out I got one great piece of advice: Men can be lazy, women can’t.
Captain America saved the world twice now and all it cost him was two Bucks
The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014)