uglysauros:

The hardest decision I’ll ever make is whether to name my kids after fictional characters or the actors that play them

genies:

At church I accidentally pressed the play button on my phone and judas by lady gaga blasted. I’ve never gotten so many death stares at once

rodneykong:

shoutout to me for still not having my driver’s license

dumbswededaddysgirl:

because-thats-what-people-do:

thesonicscrew:

did he fucking decapitate someone?

he hit a woman who had a sling on her arm in that arm

Formerly unsolved mysteries.

vogue:

Emma Stone’s appeal lies in her ability to take her work seriously—and herself not at all.

Photographed by Craig McDean

Read the May 2014 cover story by Jason Gay on Vogue.com.

Can we have one fucking conversation without you reminding me that my goddamn husband is dead?

"My goal now is to remember every place I’ve been, only do things I love and not say yes when I don’t mean it."

He’s a very dangerous boy.

"You are so brave and quiet I forget you are suffering."

— Ernest Hemingway, A Farewell to Arms (via larmoyante)

requested: aubrey plaza

Wes Anderson // Centered (x)

mizonia:

"I was six years old when I saw my first Godard movie, eight when I first experienced Bergman. I wanted to be a director when I was fourteen."

-Julie Delpy

"If he (Nicolas Winding Refn) feels that you’re feeling too much pressure to be interesting, he’ll just hug you until you submit to the hug. I don’t know why it works, but it works."

— Ryan Gosling on the techniques that Nicolas used as a director (via simplygosling)

"JESSE, JESSE PICK UP THE PHONE"

— walter white in any given episode (via lordoftheinternet)

Mia Wasikowska & Julianne Moore in David Cronenberg's Maps to the Stars

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