All told, the sequence clocks in at around six minutes. Fukunaga and the crew ran through the whole thing seven times while the cameras were rolling. The director built in possible edit points if two takes had to be combined to make the perfect version of the shot, but anyone who is wondering should know that the sequence everyone saw in the episode is, in fact, a true single take and one of the great achievements of filmmaking for television - True Detective: How Did They Pull Off That Final Shot?
Elie Saab f/w 2014
ugh i saw blue is the warmest colour at the film festival i’ve been organizing and it was gorgeous
but something that happened before kind of highlighted for me why the attention the film has been getting makes me so uncomfortable
i had to post on the facebook event to keep at the film fest attendees up to date, i posted yesterday
One update for everyone, the posters advertise Blue is the Warmest Colour as starting at 8pm, but the screening has been pushed to 8:30 pm on Sunday.
and one dude replied “Hotties in this film, can’t wait” then when i clicked though to his profile it was filled with board line porn type shit.
i immediately blocked him, but everything about it make me feel so unsafe, the potential that i was going to be sitting next to this creep tonight just upset me all day long
i just want to make movies about lesbian/bi women and then not let any cis straight dudes into the theatres
Victoria Cartagena has been cast to play Renee Montoya in Fox’s upcomming Gotham TV show! Montoya, a Gotham PD detective, is one of DC’s (and all comics in general) best out lesbian characters. She’s had a few different girlfriends, but most notable is a passionate off-and-on thing with Kate Kane/Batwoman. Montoya eventually becomes a superhero in her own right, The Question. I doubt that would happen in the show anytime soon though.
Interest in this show went up by a lot.
"do it for the vine" stephanie and jason chant as dick flips off the wayne enterprises building
I need an editorial with kendall jenner & ali lohan called “FAMOUS FAMILIES” while wearing FW 14 fashions
Louis: It’s pretty embarrassing but I bought a full Iron Man costume.
Int: Why? Why did you buy that?
Louis: Yeah, that’s exactly what my girlfriend said. Because it’s coooool. It lights up!
Int: Are you putting it on before sex or what?
Louis: Well, to be honest, I actually thought about it. But I decided it might be a bit much.
The Wolf Pupy of Wall Street
1. Season two will go deeper into the clones’ individual worlds
While she wouldn’t give any details as to how this will actually happen, Maslany said the upcoming season will take us further into the characters’ distinct environments. “The worlds really expand,” Maslany said, “The amazing genre shifts that we have, as far as Alison’s world versus Sarah’s world—we really elaborate on those.”
2. Felix will (maybe) find love
“I think it’s safe to say yes,” Gavaris answered after a fan asked if Felix could potentially have a love interest in the next season. But it was a very squeaky, hesitant response. “The sniper rifle is literally pointing at my forehead right now,” he said.
3. Tatiana Maslany and Jordan Gavaris had instant chemistry
According to Manson, the show’s stars had never even said hello before performing together at an audition in front of “like 19 executives.” Their chemistry was so innate that Mansion said they both landed their parts within the first scene. “They had this total familial-type bond going on,” he said.
4. Evelyn Brochu’s part was written for her
Manson added that Evelyn Brochu was present at the same audition where Maslany met Gavaris, and they liked her so much they wrote the part of Delphine for her.
5. No one is safe
Because Tatiana plays several different roles, one of the central clones could hypothetically get killed off without the main actor having to leave the show. “Is there a potential that we might say goodbye to some of the more central clones?”. To which Manson, reluctantly, said “yes.”