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This tumblr is just a result of the fact I'm a hoarder of pretty and funny things I find on the internet. In terms of entertainment it is usually Castle, BBC's Sherlock, Game of Thrones, Mad Men, and movies.
And, if you're lucky, there may be original thoughts or photographs.

spytap:

People will say, “There are a million ways to shoot a scene”, but I don’t think so. I think there’re two, maybe. And the other one is wrong.”

David Fincher is perhaps the greatest living director - and I’m well aware of who I’m comparing him to by saying that. This video shows you why.

(via wasarahbi)

thefinalimage:

The ‘Best Picture’ Show: A Final Image Montage

A closing shot study trip back through time of every Best Picture winner (all 86 of them). Length: 5:14

When I saw ‘Pacific Rim,’ I said, ‘Man, I’ve been three-and-a-half years now doing ‘Gravity,’ and now you’re making me feel that I just did this tiny, tiny indie Sundance film.’

But what I love about ‘Pacific Rim’ is it’s done without any post-modernist, ironic approach. He really loves his characters. He loves his monsters. And at the core of it, what he loves is the characters inside the robots.

Alfonso Cuarón on Guillermo del Toro’s Pacific Rim. [x] (via dickigrayson)

Meanwhile, del Toro on Cuarón’s latest film Gravity:

“It’s mind-boggling, the movie […] I think it is one of the most beautifully designed, elegant, powerful, sci-fi movies. It has certainly taken what he created in ‘Children of Men’ and pushed it even more.

I can go back to almost 30 years ago, more than 30 years ago, when we met, and we have the exact same relationship. When I see his work, I want to be a better filmmaker, I want to push myself.” [x]

(Source: leovaldezes, via marielikestodraw)

entertainmentweekly:

Prepare for geekgasm: Ian McKellen is playing an elderly Sherlock Holmes in Bill Condon’s upcoming film A Slight Trick of the Mind. The logline:

The story picks up with the detective at age 93, long-ago retired to the rural area of Sussex, where he is haunted by an unresolved case from a half-century ago.
His partner, Dr. Watson, is no longer with him. And his mental acuity has bid him farewell, too. This is a Sherlock Holmes grappling with his own faded and tattered memory, whose powers of observation and deduction are not what they used to be.

entertainmentweekly:

Prepare for geekgasm: Ian McKellen is playing an elderly Sherlock Holmes in Bill Condon’s upcoming film A Slight Trick of the Mind. The logline:

The story picks up with the detective at age 93, long-ago retired to the rural area of Sussex, where he is haunted by an unresolved case from a half-century ago.

His partner, Dr. Watson, is no longer with him. And his mental acuity has bid him farewell, too. This is a Sherlock Holmes grappling with his own faded and tattered memory, whose powers of observation and deduction are not what they used to be.

fuckyeahbehindthescenes:

The sound of the “force field” in the lightsaber duel with Darth Maul began as a recording of the audio supervisor’s neighbor’s ceiling fan.
Star Wars: Episode 1 - The Phantom Menace (1999)

fuckyeahbehindthescenes:

The sound of the “force field” in the lightsaber duel with Darth Maul began as a recording of the audio supervisor’s neighbor’s ceiling fan.

Star Wars: Episode 1 - The Phantom Menace (1999)

wyndamwesley:

there’s nothing i love more than when a sci-fi film starts with WORDS

"a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away"

"kaiju (japanese), jaeger (german)."

"… a being virtually identical to a human known as the replicant."

(Source: antoinetripletts)