80’s Brad Pitt
80’s Brad Pitt
get to know me meme: [2/∞] favorite movies → inglourious basterds [2009; dir. quentin tarantino]
↳ “We in the Nazi killin’ business. And cousin, business is a-boomin’.”
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He seems devoted much time to art and design. I miss him so much. It’s been nearly 30 days since we last saw him.He does explore himself and enjoy his life outside the limelight. I’m extremely pleased to see him enrich himself and move forward. Plus, look at his short fingers contrasted to his height, lol super cute.
Meet Joe Black (1998) dir. Martin Brest
Jake Gyllenhaal reflects on his time working with David Fincher.
He starred in Zodiac in 2007. At the time, he publicly complained in several interviews about Fincher’s excessive takes and degree of control over his performance, saying, “David knows what he wants, and he’s very clear about what he wants, and he’s very, very, very smart. But sometimes we’d do a lot of takes, and he’d turn, and he would say, ‘Delete the last 10 takes.’ And as an actor that’s very hard to hear.”
This series is clearly unlike anything the Glee and Looking vet has ever done before, which actually presented him with a challenge. “It’s so dark!” Groff tells EW. “I’ve never done anything like it before which was also really cool to go outside my comfort zone and live in a world that I’ve never really lived in before.”
Groff says working on this project left him “obsessed” with Fincher, who executive-produced and directed the series. “He’s just everything you hear about, he’s a total genius, he brings things out in people that they wouldn’t normally be able to express otherwise,” Groff says. ” I think in every aspect of the filmmaking, you sort of just get the sense instinctually that David can do everyone’s job better than they can — including the acting! And just to be in an environment with a person like that and creating with a person like that, watch his mind work, it felt really challenging because the work was really challenging but also really comforting because it felt really good just to be in someone’s hands that is such a genius, to be creating that world — it makes you go for broke because you feel so safe.”