|Emma Stone:||But people do always ask that. They ask who is my style icon, what's the one thing that I can't leave my house without. I'm always like, "My clothes!" I can pretty much leave without anything. It's fine as long as I'm not naked.|
|Andrew Garfield:||I don't get asked that—|
|Emma Stone:||You get asked interesting, poignant questions because you are a boy.|
|Teen Vogue:||It's sexism.|
|Emma Stone:||It is sexism.|
Photo and extracts from Saturday 16th June 2012 Daily Telegraph, by Serena Davies
“We’re in Gloucester Cathedral in January, and it is freezing. Jeremy Irons has admitted to wearing long johns and Tom Hiddleston has been piling the layers on too, but mainly on his top half “‘because otherwise it’s a mission to go to the loo.’”
“Sporting the cloak and furs over those thermals, as well as a thorny beard, Irons is playing the King in a rage, tearing strips off Hiddleston, humble and ashamed as Henry IV’s errant son, Prince Hal.
Eyre allows Irons to do his whole speech for each take, so the actor can reach a sufficient state of fury. And when Irons can’t remember the words he fills the air with expletives - “Don’t you f—- interrupt me” - to keep up the mood.”
“The films should also secure the reputation of Hiddleston, who has the largest part as both Hal and then Henry V and so appears in three of the four plays… He is arguably the most talented classical performer to emerge since Ben Whishaw made his name overnight with Hamlet aged just 23 in 2004.
Hiddleston is earnest and charming when we speak on a filming break beneath one of Gloucester’s forbidding Norman arches. He says he has most of the top Shakespeare parts “on the dance card”, but Hal/Henry has always been up there. “‘In my first year at Rada I read all the history plays, one every Sunday, just to educate myself. I remember thinking the journey of Prince Hal to Henry V is one of the great parts for an actor.’”
She also calls him ‘dashing’ later on. ANOTHER ONE ENSNARED, HIDDLESTON. I HOPE YOU’RE HAPPY.
A little backstory to this clip before you watch it:
Will Smith’s father abandoned him and his mother when he was a child, and when Will was finally getting into show business and making a name for himself, he tried to sneak his way back into his life like nothing happened. Will co-wrote this episode, and James Avery (Uncle Phil) said “this scene was the hardest thing I’ve ever had to shoot in my life. Every emotion, every word.. that was Will”
Will was actually supposed to play it off and then walk away, and there was originally an alternate scene that was supposed to happen, but he actually completely cut out what was supposed to be said, and did all of his own dialogue. The hug at the end of this scene is completely genuine, and this was a stepping stone in Will’s career where he started to take on the “do what feels, sounds, and looks right” approach to his acting.
This has me crying.
Seriously, this man needs to go back to making movies. It’s been four years since his last movies and I still have to wait a week for MIB3.
This scene gets me every time. Especially the hug. I can’t even watch it anymore. And now that I know it was all improvised, I just… I can’t. He is an incredible actor and I love him.
God dammit not this video again. It makes me so very sad :c
Reblogging again because it still makes me cry D:
I just watched this for the first time and I cried like nuts. That’s really, really, really great work right there.