Kat Dennings photographed by Paolo Pellegrin, 2008
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"Imagine the pressure of trying to find one actress to play multiple people — I mean, we were asking a lot," Manson said. "When she auditioned, we had her in a room with 15 executives all yelping, ‘OK, do your Sarah!’ ‘Do your Alison!’ ‘Do your Cosima!’ ‘Do Sarah being Beth!’ The way she would just do a 360 in a snap and inhabit a whole new person was just crazy weird." (x)

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"Imagine the pressure of trying to find one actress to play multiple people — I mean, we were asking a lot," Manson said. "When she auditioned, we had her in a room with 15 executives all yelping, ‘OK, do your Sarah!’ ‘Do your Alison!’ ‘Do your Cosima!’ ‘Do Sarah being Beth!’ The way she would just do a 360 in a snap and inhabit a whole new person was just crazy weird." (x)

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[Spiderman] represents the everyman, but he represents the underdog and those marginalized who come up against great prejudice which I, as a middle-class straight, white man, don’t really understand so much. And when Stan Lee first wrote and created this character, the outcast was the computer nerd, was the science nerd, was the guy that couldn’t get the girl. Those guys now run the world. So how much of an outcast is that version of Peter Parker anymore? That’s my question.

Part of Andrew Garfield’s response to people being all butthurt when he mentioned a possibility where Spiderman might not be straight.

Read More: On Andrew Garfield, Stan Lee, And A Bisexual Spider-Man

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New Picture from Kristen’s Chanel campaign (x)

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New Picture from Kristen’s Chanel campaign (x)

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Get To Know Me Meme: [2/5] Favorite Actresses 
— Kat Dennings
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“Stunning 1932 still of Katharine Hepburn on stage as Antiope, grabbing Colin Keith-Johnston’s Theseus by the hair.”

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Stunning 1932 still of Katharine Hepburn on stage as Antiope, grabbing Colin Keith-Johnston’s Theseus by the hair.”

Jason Dohring and Kristen Bell, behind the scenes of the  EW photoshoot (x)


Oh my god, middle left.

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I can’t, my heart!

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Emma Watson for Wonderland Magazine