Kurt Russell on the set of “Escape from New York”
Cross-dissolves in Paul Thomas Anderson’s The Master (2012)
Mr. Jacques Demy on the set of his 1967 film “The Young Girls of Rochefort”.
Thousands of people aren’t happy with “Exodus: Gods and Kings” director Ridley Scott‘s decision to cast all white leads as Egyptians in the upcoming Biblical drama, but there’s a method to his madness: He just really likes Christian Bale and Joel Edgerton.
When asked to expand on his self-described “careful” casting of the 20th Century Fox Dec. 12 release, Scott told Yahoo he knew Bale “was the right actor for the role” of Moses.
“I was thinking about the idea of ‘Exodus’ and Moses being this kind of larger-than-life character who, at the same time, has to be played definitively as a very real person, that I thought of Christian and I knew he was the right actor for the role,” Scott said. “It’s not a fantasy. Ramses certainly wasn’t a fantasy and somewhere Moses is very much written down and indicated and believed. So it’s a real thing.”
right so moses was a real historical person so you cast a white welshman?? accuracy??? this makes zero sense on top of being racist bullshit.
Mary Woronov & Dick Miller in Rock ‘N Roll High School (Allan Arkush, 1979)
Films in 2014—#192 Rock ‘N Roll High School (Allan Arkush, 1979)
Don’t Look Now (1973, Nicholas Roeg, dir.)
The Specials performing “Gangsters” on SNL in 1980
The Stooges - I Wanna Be Your Dog
Open up and let the Devil in
A jaunty tribute to both Garrett Brown and his incredible invention, The Steadicam.