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comedycentral:

Click here to watch Jon and Stephen battle it out to see who is the galaxy’s biggest Star Wars fan.

comedycentral:

Click here to watch Jon and Stephen battle it out to see who is the galaxy’s biggest Star Wars fan.

5 days ago with 2,081 notes — via truncated-symphony, © comedycentral


truncated-symphony:

findthefunny:

nestyanyan:

Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert battle for title of World’s Biggest Star Wars Fan!

What even is this, OMG.

"Stephen, I love you"

"I know"

Oh my god. These idiots. I love them.

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aliciahubermans:

film meme» nine male characters [6/9]: Jerry/ Daphne

"We wouldn’t be caught dead with men. Rough, hairy beasts. Eight hands. And they … they all just want one thing from a girl."

[…] As for his own performance, Lemmon totally threw himself into it, spending hours with makeup technician Harry Ray to get the right look, taking tango lessons (from co-star George Raft), frustrating the professional female impersonator brought in to teach him and Curtis how to act like women (Lemmon felt that too much regal perfection would be wrong for the character and dangerously unfunny). As filming progressed, Wilder became more and more impressed with the young actor. “His unabashed forwardness was making that preposterous situation work, elevating, removing the taint of transvestism,” the director remarked. Wilder said he and Diamond decided right there to work with Lemmon again and began planning for the trio’s next venture, The Apartment (1960). The feeling was mutual. Lemmon praised Wilder for coming up with an ingenious bit of business for the scene where Jerry/Daphne tells Joe/Josephine he has become engaged to a millionaire. To allow for the long laughs they knew would follow each of Lemmon’s outrageous remarks, Wilder handed the actor a pair of maracas and had him dance around and shake them after every line. [x]

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Roman Holiday (1953)

Roman Holiday (1953)

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mickmilkowitch:

Favorite DeanCas moments: Season 4 [3/7]
        ↳ 4.01 Lazarus Rising: "What’s the matter? You don’t think you deserve to be saved."

1 week ago with 3,736 notes — via jeni-thunder, © mickmilkowitch


niceisneat:

here’s a tip

if someone says they don’t drink, they don’t fricking drink

respect it

1 week ago with 83,580 notes — via emily84, © niceisneat


this-is-wild:

Frosty Sunset (Vladimir Melnikov)

this-is-wild:

Frosty Sunset ()

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kyrafic:

When you read a book as a child, it becomes a part of your identity in a way that no other reading in your whole life does.

Sometimes I wonder about my life. I lead a small life - well, valuable, but small - and sometimes I wonder, do I do it because I like it, or because I haven’t been brave? So much of what I see reminds me of something I read in a book, when shouldn’t it be the other way around?

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barbarastanwyck:

Cary was a lovely and very generous actor. A good comedian. And so funny. He had a wonderful laugh, When you looked at that face of his, it was full of a wonderful kind of laughter in the back of the eyes. Of course, he was also very serious.

-Katharine Hepburn on Cary Grant

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fuckyeahstevejonandstephen:

Jon and Stephen at the Emmys in 2012.

(Submitted )

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"In one generation, working for free for people who can pay you went from something laughable, to something wealthy people were doing in a few fields, to something everyone was recommended to do, to something almost everyone has to do. Entry-level jobs were replaced with unpaid internships. That same monopoly on opportunity reshaped lower-skill labor. Jobs that once offered on-site training now require college degrees. In response, universities ramp up tuition, knowing that students have little choice but to pay to compete. Instead of options, there is one path to professional success — one exorbitantly expensive path."

At PolicyMic, Sarah Kendzior explains why you should never ever take an unpaid internship (but you will nonetheless because you have no choice). (via tarot-sybarite)

This topic is endlessly interesting to me, as a nonprofit manager, which is why I once wrote a billion words about it…

(via facebooksexism)

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