THE NORTH REMEMBERS
pauljohnnelson:

Boyhood by Richard Linklater.

Incredible.

pauljohnnelson:

Boyhood by Richard Linklater.

Incredible.

That scene in The Raid 2 where it’s inexplicably snowing in Indonesia (and then disappears in the very next scene)

fuckyeahbehindthescenes:

According to Roger Moore’s autobiography he witnessed Christopher Reeve walking through the canteen at Pinewood Studios in full Superman costume oblivious to the swooning female admirers he left in his wake. When he did the same thing dressed as Clark Kent no one paid any attention.
Superman (1978)

fuckyeahbehindthescenes:

According to Roger Moore’s autobiography he witnessed Christopher Reeve walking through the canteen at Pinewood Studios in full Superman costume oblivious to the swooning female admirers he left in his wake. When he did the same thing dressed as Clark Kent no one paid any attention.

Superman (1978)

Ladies and gentlemen, this is the reason for our 5 second delay
Billy Crystal introducing Robin Williams at the 2004 Oscars

Robin Williams Live on Broadway - Simply the best standup comedy show ever.

For better or worse, along with Seinfeld and The Simpsons, it shaped my sense of humour.

RIP

eyelostmymarbles:

Simply uncanny

In the scene where Sean starts talking about his dead wife and her farting antics the lines were ad-libbed by Robin Williams, which is why Matt Damon is laughing so hard. The scene took everyone by surprise. According to Damon in the DVD commentary, this caused the cameraman to laugh so hard that the camera can be seen moving up and down slightly.

cinemagorgeous:

Guillermo Del Toro commissioned legendary poster artist Drew Struzan to do this poster design for Pan’s Labyrinth. The movie studio ultimately refused to use the poster and opted for a more generic photoshopped design in lieu of Struzan’s hand painted work.
Struzan is well known for his iconic posters for the Star Wars and Indiana Jones films.

cinemagorgeous:

Guillermo Del Toro commissioned legendary poster artist Drew Struzan to do this poster design for Pan’s Labyrinth. The movie studio ultimately refused to use the poster and opted for a more generic photoshopped design in lieu of Struzan’s hand painted work.

Struzan is well known for his iconic posters for the Star Wars and Indiana Jones films.