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F A V O R I T E   C E L E B R I  T Y  M E M E ; sebastian stan [2/5 appearances]









W hen I was studying acting at Rutgers, I was obsessed with actors from the ‘50s. I wanted to emulate them, the Montgomery Clifts and James Deans of the world. Everything they did seemed so iconic and so romantic in some broken, terrible way. And this play is, at first glance, an opportunity to explore that world. The challenge was to make that real.
Those black and white pictures, they look so glorious to us, but they’re real people, and so [the challenge was] making sure that they’re real characters, with real problems and desires and needs. Every character in this play is just so needy, it’s ridiculous.”








The most precious moment in life is when you’re about to fall in love. You’re lying in bed together and he’s gazing at you and you’re gazing at him and there’s a sense that something truly wondrous is about to happen. It’s a nervous moment. But it’s exhilarating. ~ Scarlett Johansson

The most precious moment in life is when you’re about to fall in love. You’re lying in bed together and he’s gazing at you and you’re gazing at him and there’s a sense that something truly wondrous is about to happen. It’s a nervous moment. But it’s exhilarating. ~ Scarlett Johansson





Favorite Jaimie Alexander Photos. (x)

Favorite Jaimie Alexander Photos. (x)





Emma Stone for Vanity Fair, August 2011

Emma Stone for Vanity Fair, August 2011