Women make up half the population, and among us there are those who would gladly prioritize the pursuit of a high-powered career over other aspects of our lives. There is nothing odd about that, and such a woman isn’t left with some sort of void to fill, as the film industry so often implies.
He’s such a great actor and he’s so cool and down to earth. He’s so cool that not only are cuss words an integral part of his speech, they’re the centerpiece.
You won’t believe what happened for me.
Neil Gaiman has changed my life in so many ways. If you have never read Neil Gaiman, I am about to explain to you why he is so important to today’s literary dialogue, and why he must indeed be counted among the greats.
When Streep tried out for ‘King Kong,’ Dino DeLaurentis told his son, in Italian, that Streep was too ugly for the part. Meryl shocked the sh*t out of him when she replied back in fluent Italian.
10. “Anchorman: The Legend Continues.”
As we’ve grown into the sometimes functional human beings that we currently are, we’ve come across certain films that have truly “spoken to us”–that focus on the sorts of issues that we can identify with all too well. Here are some of the finest from the past quarter century:
feel like this guy’s mental illness is “perpetually drunk bro who loves everyone”
Jennifer Lawrence’s nickname during production on ‘The Hunger Games’ was ‘Katpiss Neverclean.’
As he gets ready to take over The Tonight Show, it’s segments like his serialized “History of Rap” which show how he has grown the talk show format into a catch-all of out-of-character fun for his guests and viewers.