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Saw Moonrise Kingdom recently and can’t shake it. It was that good. It’s every Wes Anderson quirk and wry sensibility. And leaves you feeling really swell. Really. 
Also, Suzy Bishop’s intensity and mannerisms are a dead wringer for Lana Del Rey. For serious. 
"What kind of bird are you?"
Andre 3000 to portray Jimi Hendrix in biopic written and directed by John Ridley.
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Hanna.
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Minimalist Posters Of Disney Films | Rowan Stocks-Moore
Minimalist Posters Of Disney Films | Rowan Stocks-Moore
Minimalist Posters Of Disney Films | Rowan Stocks-Moore
Minimalist Posters Of Disney Films | Rowan Stocks-Moore
Minimalist Posters Of Disney Films | Rowan Stocks-Moore
Minimalist Posters Of Disney Films | Rowan Stocks-Moore
Minimalist Posters Of Disney Films | Rowan Stocks-Moore
Minimalist Posters Of Disney Films | Rowan Stocks-Moore
Minimalist Posters Of Disney Films | Rowan Stocks-Moore
Minimalist Posters Of Disney Films | Rowan Stocks-Moore
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“BENEATH this mask there is more than flesh. Beneath this mask there is an idea, Mr. Creedy, and ideas are bulletproof.”
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Black British actors supplement thespianship with Hollywood. Because it's hard out here for some melanin, sometimes.
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Flaccid orchids, erect orchids, Patti Smith, erect phalli, flaccid phalli, svelte women, Andy Warhol, cultural arbiters, eroticism, Blondie, color-void. 
Stylized, naturally. 
In a nutshell, this was Robert Mapplethorpe. His photography. 
Thus naturally, Hollywood’s very own fluid connoisseur, James Franco, the thespian, performance artist, scholar, deconstructionist, et al… has been casted to depict the American photographer in an upcoming biopic. 
The L Magazine harbors my embattled appreciation of the Franco, compiling a list of artists he is more suited to portray. Naturally. 
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Before "Pariah" there was "Sisters in the Life"