‘When we finally started going out, people were like: “How come it took so long for you to see it?” But I suppose for a long time I didn’t look at him in that way. Now it’s like: “Oh, of course it had to be him.” ‘ - Helena Bonham Carter on Tim Burton
My face for this Sound of Music “thing”. It was an honest attempt everyone, but no.
Fan: Hi! Thank you so much for being here. My question is do you have any hidden talents? Can you sing, can you dance? Do you play an instrument? Are you super flexible –
GA: [grin] Yes.
Fan: And can you show us? If you have any talent, can you show us?
GA: I got a skirt on, I can’t show you how flexible I am. …Anyway, umm.. [shifts in her seat]
- GA awkwardly flirting with the audience, FandomFest 2013.
Gillian Anderson in Last Love (2013)
Doe re meeee no like this fuckery. Whoops.
The Land Before Time + Full Body Shots
I didn’t particularly like school very much. I didn’t really feel like I fitted in or belonged. I used to shave the side of my hair with a razor blade and pierce my nose. I was listening to bands such as Circle Jerks, Butthole Surfers and Bauhaus. However, once I started acting in a community play, a lightbulb went on – I felt quite sure of myself and about the direction I was going in. Then, when I decided I wanted to go on to college, I asked for suggestions of where one should go if one wanted to be an actor, and somebody told me about the Goodman Theatre School in Chicago. So I sent away for an application. That was the only place I auditioned. I have a tendency to be really naive about things but it worked out because I got accepted.
CRYING MY WAY THROUGH THIS SOUND OF MUSIC…THING
I also get fed up with the fact that casting agents and directors have this impression of me as being frail and petite. I find it very patronizing. I’m quite beefy and strong. I was a gymnast in school and I have lots of muscles.
the curator gave her the scarf
no… i dont think you understand
gave her the scarf