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elanormcinerney:

❤️ spencer’s evident disgust here but my f a v o u r i t e part of the episode was when ezra fitz tells her that he didn’t even want to write a book about you / the teenage girls he heavily surveilled for years, what he wanted to write was a book about himself

elanormcinerney:

❤️ spencer’s evident disgust here but my f a v o u r i t e part of the episode was when ezra fitz tells her that he didn’t even want to write a book about you / the teenage girls he heavily surveilled for years, what he wanted to write was a book about himself

(via arabellesicardi)


Gilligan recalls Paul coming to him after season two and asking if Jesse could cut his hair short. “I don’t know that he ever put it into words, but I think he was sensing that Jesse was at a point in the story where he was very much buying into the cult of Walter White,” Gilligan says. “Jesse was subconsciously trying to look more like his mentor. And it was an excellent detail that did not come from me, did not come from the writers, came strictly from Aaron Paul.” (c)

Gilligan recalls Paul coming to him after season two and asking if Jesse could cut his hair short. “I don’t know that he ever put it into words, but I think he was sensing that Jesse was at a point in the story where he was very much buying into the cult of Walter White,” Gilligan says. “Jesse was subconsciously trying to look more like his mentor. And it was an excellent detail that did not come from me, did not come from the writers, came strictly from Aaron Paul.” (c)

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Why? Why him?

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Alexander tells me of an incident at a dinner party when Cranston took issue with the host.
"Our host was politically inclined a different way than myself and Bryan and he said something like, ‘I don’t think healthcare is a right; it’s a privilege. And Bryan looked him up and down and bellowed, ‘What the f*** did you just say?’ You could definitely see a shade of what would become Heisenberg."
He began therapy when he realised it was an issue, and has now been going for decades.
"What therapy teaches you is not to deny who you are," he says, "or to try and tell yourself, you know, I shouldn’t be angry, I shouldn’t be angry. The point is to deal with it, so you have an outlet for it. I hit punching bags, I run. You expel it. And also, reading, thinking, talking about it, it dissipates. I’m able to put my anger into my work. My work is therapy. There are places that you can go on stage and on film that are not acceptable in other areas. I do it every night. I rage at certain things. I get it out.”
Cranston is a man forever at war with himself. Each battle is about control - the man he wants to be, and the man he fears to become. (c)

Alexander tells me of an incident at a dinner party when Cranston took issue with the host.

"Our host was politically inclined a different way than myself and Bryan and he said something like, ‘I don’t think healthcare is a right; it’s a privilege. And Bryan looked him up and down and bellowed, ‘What the f*** did you just say?’ You could definitely see a shade of what would become Heisenberg."

He began therapy when he realised it was an issue, and has now been going for decades.

"What therapy teaches you is not to deny who you are," he says, "or to try and tell yourself, you know, I shouldn’t be angry, I shouldn’t be angry. The point is to deal with it, so you have an outlet for it. I hit punching bags, I run. You expel it. And also, reading, thinking, talking about it, it dissipates. I’m able to put my anger into my work. My work is therapy. There are places that you can go on stage and on film that are not acceptable in other areas. I do it every night. I rage at certain things. I get it out.”

Cranston is a man forever at war with himself. Each battle is about control - the man he wants to be, and the man he fears to become. (c)

(Source: jessemybabyblue)

jessemybabyblue:

Inside the Breaking Bad writers’ room:

 ”By the end of the 4 season, it should be that Jesse is torn between two friends, or masters … ” Gilligan said, groping toward a breakthrough.
"Just say ‘lovers’," said one of the writers.
"No, it’s a custody battle! ‘I don’t know whether I want to live with Mom or Dad!’" Gilligan nearly shouted, grinning.
And the room’s energy was suddenly refocused.
"Walt is like, ‘He’s trying to turn you against me, don’t you see?’"
"His house is bigger than mine. Is that the problem?"
Gilligan was laughing: “He’s got a PlayStation. All I have is Sega.”

(c)

a-state-of-bliss:

Harpers Bazaar US 1992 - Noami Campbell by Peter Lindbergh

a-state-of-bliss:

Harpers Bazaar US 1992 - Noami Campbell by Peter Lindbergh

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flamingovintage:

Excited to now be carrying motelrocks​ ! I’m wearing just a couple of the many fantastic pieces we just got in ! ☀️⚡️💛💛💛💛💛💛💛💛💛💛💛💛

flamingovintage:

Excited to now be carrying motelrocks ! I’m wearing just a couple of the many fantastic pieces we just got in ! ☀️⚡️💛💛💛💛💛💛💛💛💛💛💛💛

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atomicdomme:

a lot of people talk like capitalism is necessary to have innovation and I just think of all the brilliant and creative people I know who spend all of their time and energy worrying about how they’re going to have a roof over their heads and food to eat. capitalism doesn’t drive innovation, it stifles it and shackles it to the endlessly wasteful machinery of exploitation.

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omgthatdress:

Dress
1950s
Rococo Vintage

omgthatdress:

Dress

1950s

Rococo Vintage

elanormcinerney:

❤️ spencer’s evident disgust here but my f a v o u r i t e part of the episode was when ezra fitz tells her that he didn’t even want to write a book about you / the teenage girls he heavily surveilled for years, what he wanted to write was a book about himself

elanormcinerney:

❤️ spencer’s evident disgust here but my f a v o u r i t e part of the episode was when ezra fitz tells her that he didn’t even want to write a book about you / the teenage girls he heavily surveilled for years, what he wanted to write was a book about himself

(via arabellesicardi)


Gilligan recalls Paul coming to him after season two and asking if Jesse could cut his hair short. “I don’t know that he ever put it into words, but I think he was sensing that Jesse was at a point in the story where he was very much buying into the cult of Walter White,” Gilligan says. “Jesse was subconsciously trying to look more like his mentor. And it was an excellent detail that did not come from me, did not come from the writers, came strictly from Aaron Paul.” (c)

Gilligan recalls Paul coming to him after season two and asking if Jesse could cut his hair short. “I don’t know that he ever put it into words, but I think he was sensing that Jesse was at a point in the story where he was very much buying into the cult of Walter White,” Gilligan says. “Jesse was subconsciously trying to look more like his mentor. And it was an excellent detail that did not come from me, did not come from the writers, came strictly from Aaron Paul.” (c)

(Source: jessemybabyblue)

Why? Why him?

(Source: patheticjunkies, via brbagifs)


Alexander tells me of an incident at a dinner party when Cranston took issue with the host.
"Our host was politically inclined a different way than myself and Bryan and he said something like, ‘I don’t think healthcare is a right; it’s a privilege. And Bryan looked him up and down and bellowed, ‘What the f*** did you just say?’ You could definitely see a shade of what would become Heisenberg."
He began therapy when he realised it was an issue, and has now been going for decades.
"What therapy teaches you is not to deny who you are," he says, "or to try and tell yourself, you know, I shouldn’t be angry, I shouldn’t be angry. The point is to deal with it, so you have an outlet for it. I hit punching bags, I run. You expel it. And also, reading, thinking, talking about it, it dissipates. I’m able to put my anger into my work. My work is therapy. There are places that you can go on stage and on film that are not acceptable in other areas. I do it every night. I rage at certain things. I get it out.”
Cranston is a man forever at war with himself. Each battle is about control - the man he wants to be, and the man he fears to become. (c)

Alexander tells me of an incident at a dinner party when Cranston took issue with the host.

"Our host was politically inclined a different way than myself and Bryan and he said something like, ‘I don’t think healthcare is a right; it’s a privilege. And Bryan looked him up and down and bellowed, ‘What the f*** did you just say?’ You could definitely see a shade of what would become Heisenberg."

He began therapy when he realised it was an issue, and has now been going for decades.

"What therapy teaches you is not to deny who you are," he says, "or to try and tell yourself, you know, I shouldn’t be angry, I shouldn’t be angry. The point is to deal with it, so you have an outlet for it. I hit punching bags, I run. You expel it. And also, reading, thinking, talking about it, it dissipates. I’m able to put my anger into my work. My work is therapy. There are places that you can go on stage and on film that are not acceptable in other areas. I do it every night. I rage at certain things. I get it out.”

Cranston is a man forever at war with himself. Each battle is about control - the man he wants to be, and the man he fears to become. (c)

(Source: jessemybabyblue)

jessemybabyblue:

Inside the Breaking Bad writers’ room:

 ”By the end of the 4 season, it should be that Jesse is torn between two friends, or masters … ” Gilligan said, groping toward a breakthrough.
"Just say ‘lovers’," said one of the writers.
"No, it’s a custody battle! ‘I don’t know whether I want to live with Mom or Dad!’" Gilligan nearly shouted, grinning.
And the room’s energy was suddenly refocused.
"Walt is like, ‘He’s trying to turn you against me, don’t you see?’"
"His house is bigger than mine. Is that the problem?"
Gilligan was laughing: “He’s got a PlayStation. All I have is Sega.”

(c)

(Source: patheticjunkies, via brbagifs)

gringatears:

Yeah anyways I love myself

gringatears:

Yeah anyways I love myself

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a-state-of-bliss:

Harpers Bazaar US 1992 - Noami Campbell by Peter Lindbergh

a-state-of-bliss:

Harpers Bazaar US 1992 - Noami Campbell by Peter Lindbergh

(via hemelbeestje)

flamingovintage:

Excited to now be carrying motelrocks​ ! I’m wearing just a couple of the many fantastic pieces we just got in ! ☀️⚡️💛💛💛💛💛💛💛💛💛💛💛💛

flamingovintage:

Excited to now be carrying motelrocks ! I’m wearing just a couple of the many fantastic pieces we just got in ! ☀️⚡️💛💛💛💛💛💛💛💛💛💛💛💛

(via hemelbeestje)

atomicdomme:

a lot of people talk like capitalism is necessary to have innovation and I just think of all the brilliant and creative people I know who spend all of their time and energy worrying about how they’re going to have a roof over their heads and food to eat. capitalism doesn’t drive innovation, it stifles it and shackles it to the endlessly wasteful machinery of exploitation.

(via hemelbeestje)

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Dress
1950s
Rococo Vintage

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Dress

1950s

Rococo Vintage

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