“There was 14-year-old Hailee Steinfeld, in a pale pink princess dress, pivoting around the room with a little camera. “Can I grab a picture with you?” she asked Quentin Tarantino. “Can I grab a picture with you, should be the question,” Mr. Tarantino replied, and happily posed until they got a good one.”—
I've heard nothing but good stuff about the movie but I haven't seen it yet. Whats it about?
It’s the story of a guy who was released from prision after being there since he was a child, and how he copes with being part of the society again. With a different name, a different background, etc.
It’s really hard to watch, because you don’t actually know what he did (you can imagine) and you see him grow up, and become a different person. It just makes you want to believe that he changed (and I did believe it) and you want good things to happen to him.
Andrew Garfield is such a good actor, and I’m not saying it because I love him. He really is a great actor. You’ve seen him in “Never Let Me Go”, so you know I’m not lying.
“I wrote the necrophilia line just because I like to get the word “necrophilia” into PG-13 movies whenever possible.”—David Fincher on the “It’s better to be accused of necrophilia” line in The Social Network. (via putthehookerinthecloset)
No, he didn’t win. As if he even had a chance. That we knew.
but can we just talk about how happy he looks here? I mean, really, genuinely happy. As opposed to the whole “oh that’s cool that’s me please get me off camera I don’t like this AH ANXIETY” look he usually has going…