Look at howishughdancyevenpossible being an adorable Will Graham
oh and also tweet dog names to Bryan (imagine something you want Hugh to say…
Remember how everyone’s favorite part of Heath Ledger’s performance in Brokeback Mountain was his almost painful physical repression, his reluctance to express any emotion that wasn’t punching or SHUTTING DOWN? His voice was closed in on itself in a…
So apparently iCloud was hacked and pretty much every female celebrity’s nudes were leaked. I’d like to remind my followers not to post them, because they’re supposed to be private, and just because some asshole leaked them doesn’t mean you should make it worse by spreading them around.
And those moments were some of the most memorable and defining of their relationship and Robbie’s emotional journey. So, thanks McAvoy for bringing his own heart and soul to every project and giving dimension to every one of his performances.I’ve lost track of how many times this beautiful fucking bastard (said with the deepest affection of course!) has made me cry my eyes out!!! How about youso-easy-to-love-me? Has he made you ugly cry? :-) I did… Damn you Bruce!
That man breaks my heart every fucking time. As Robbie, Charles, Brian, Leto, even as Steve and yes, very much as Bruce (we´ve discussed this mamaobsidian!).
I have never had an actor make me go through so much emotion as James.^^^^ whatso-easy-to-love-mesaid… No other actor has ripped my heart out as much as James. It can be as simple as a fucking LOOK he gives. Thank the gods there are human beings blessed with such talent, who are willing to share so much of their soul with us in films.
He breaks my heart. In these scenes. In all other scenes. When he pours out the emotion, I get wrecked. Every time.
Re-reblogging because of beautiful comments.
Atonement was the first time James’ acting completely transfixed me. I had seen in Narnia, Inside I’m Dancing and Macbeth (TV) and I already thought he was the most wonderful new actor I had seen, but nothing prepared me for Robbie Turner. The tearoom scene, this scene…the man is a genius, and it still bothers me so much that he never got proper recognition for Atonement - and for all his amazing acting in so many films afterwards. I just hope he won’t be a 80-year actor only receiving an honorary anything after a long career of unrecognized brilliant acting.
i love how in the script Simon was meant to have like a leather jacket and be a total bad boy, but somehow he ended up like this