“So many of the kids on television have really nice clothes, perfect skin and hair. I just really wanted to see a movie that felt authentic to what I observe when I’m watching teenagers out in public.”
Gia Coppola - Writer/Director, Palo Alto
Brit Marling, photographed by Sevda Albers for Marie Claire, Sep 2014.
“I remember all the costumes almost had to be vintage - none of them could be made just because of the budget of the film. So we didn’t have doubles or anything like that. They were all true vintage clothes from the period, which was very helpful. As an actor, to get to wear the clothes and the feel of them changes the way you walk and sit and all that stuff.” - Dane DeHaan, Kill Your Darlings Commentary
Better get my shit packed for Hogwarts the train leaves tomorrow
I have no regrets. If you regret things, then you’re sort of stepping backwards. I’m a believer in going forwards.
I am so in love with this picture.
I love the messy hair, and the black under her tired eyes, his unbuttoned shirt. I like the imperfections in this picture yet they’re genuinely smiling and happy.
i think balarinamarina is an english teacher
when you find out an actor you think is cute is around 32 and you’re like “wow he’s really young”
that’s when you know you have a problem