Goldie Hawn & Steven Spielberg

Goldie Hawn & Steven Spielberg

I wrote the screenplay in about a week and a half. The writing process wasn’t filled with any sort of turmoil. If you really do the math, it’s 10 days, 10 pages a day. It’s not like you’re chained to the computer. I was just entertaining myself and really enjoying it, sort of giggling at it as I was writing it. I couldn’t wait to share it with my friends more as, like, doodles in the notebook than saying, “Hey, here’s my big movie.” — Jon Favreau on writing Swingers
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@singinpretty and I describing our friendship in one photo or less. #willstefanie2014

Two of the people I love the most being awesome in one photo.  

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@singinpretty and I describing our friendship in one photo or less. #willstefanie2014

Two of the people I love the most being awesome in one photo.  

Mud was a spectacular movie that more people need to see.

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Cannot wait.

Don’t lose heart if it is very difficult at times; everything will come out all right and nobody can in the beginning do as he wishes. — A 19-year-old Vincent van Gogh to his brother Theo in a letter dated 28 January 1873 (via phenomenaaa)

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victimize:

Frank Scherschel
Apartment house at 860 Lake Shore Drive, Chicago, 1957

victimize:

Frank Scherschel

Apartment house at 860 Lake Shore Drive, Chicago, 1957

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