Peter Dinklage & Sibel Kekilli - Press conference of the cast of Game of Thrones at the London Hotel in Ney Work, march 19, 2014
MY ENTIRE DASH IS NICOLAS CAGE WHAT DID I DO
DID YOU THINK I WAS KIDDING
MY SISTER CAN GO TO HELL
Moving Buster Keaton Covers - The Navigator (1924)
1. Do you make friends easily?
Sometimes. Depends on the social situation and how my overall mood is. But generally speaking, I would say so.
2. What is your greatest personal fear?
3. What is your favorite word?
4. Do you have a lot of stuff on your wall?
5. If you were a color what color would you be and why?
Green, because it’s a chill color, and I most always have a chill outlook on most things.
6. What is your favorite quote? (from a book/movie/tvshow/song etc.) write it in your handwriting (optional):
"I like nonsense, it wakes up the brain cells. Fantasy is a necessary ingredient in living, it’s a way of looking at life through the wrong end of a telescope. Which is what I do, and that enables you to laugh at life’s realities."
- Dr. Seuss
7. If you could go back in time to change one thing about your past would you? Or would you want things to play out the same way in the end?
Well, there is one thing… When I was in fifth grade there was this dance recited that my sister choreographed. And I knew the dance super well. But around that time I got salmonella poisoning and couldn’t participate. I wanted to. I was told there were like, 200 people there, so. I would force myself to do the damn dance.
8. What would make you truly happy right now?
If I could have my BFA and Master’s degree RIGHT NOW and all the information I need in my head RIGHT NOW, that’d be cool.
9. What’s the last song you listened to?
Operator by Jim Croce.
10. What’s your favorite musical instrument?
Piano? Cello, maybe. Or the bass.
11. What’s your favorite month?
November. I just like the way it reads and the letters. And it’s cold and stuff, like brisk. Same with December.
Bogart and Bacall
To Have and Have Not 1944
When he died, at ninety-one, I was one of the first people Mousie called. For weeks afterward, friends wrote and telephoned condolences, as if I had lost a husband. Well, our screen partnership lasted thirteen years through fourteen pictures, longer than any of my marriages. To this day, forty years after our last appearance together, people consider us a couple. I never enjoyed work more than with Bill. He was a brilliant actor, a delightful companion, a great friend, and, above all, a true gentleman, with those often attributed but seldom possessed qualities: great style, class, breeding. There’s nobody like him. There’s never going to be anybody quite like him. I miss him more than I can say.
Rest in peace, William Powell (July 29, 1892 - March 5, 1984). Darling, you are much loved. <3 <3 <3
Little Italy, New York City, 1943, photo by Fred Stein
Cover Girl (1944) dir. Charles Vidor
And now I would like to present, the one and only, Indel Menzee.