pizza wasn’t invented until the late 19th century so that means everyone in les mis died before they could try their first pizza and that’s why les mis is such an upsetting story
I’m too tired and I might fall asleep any minute now but TH:TDOS was epic, enthralling and just plain fantastic barring a few minor qualms I had. Cumberbatch is truly amazing and he’s in my top three in BSA, leaning towards #1 or 2 (I need to let it sink in though). I’d probably give it a 9/10.
Benedict Cumberbatch deserves an Oscar nom for his work in this film, bye.
THAT WAS A-M-A-Z-I-N-G
They hinted there’s a bonus before the movie starts.
I THINK IT’S THE “INTERSTELLAR” TRAILER!!!
Off to see The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug!!!
Praying that I get to see the Interstellar trailer too!
Paper Magazine’s 2013 Beautiful People List:
by Lauren Lumsden
Actor Taran Killam got the call from Seth Meyers at 1:15 a.m., five hours after his third audition for Saturday Night Live.”Seth said, ‘We have some news that we thought might make your flight more enjoyable: We’d like to offer you a spot on the show,’” Killam recalls, “and after that I think I said ‘Shit!’ about 14 times.”
Two and a half seasons later, Killam, 31, is a repertory player. His airtime seems to increase every episode, playing roles like Brad Pitt in Chanel ad parodies and a hilariously befuddled Piers Morgan. He even made host Justin Bieber break character during a recent sketch, playing an obnoxious older brother named Eddie. (“You said ‘glice!’”) Killam invented Eddie while at The Groundlings in Los Angeles, the improv company where SNL creator Lorne Michaels spotted him. Killam still calls L.A. home, since his wife, actress Cobie Smulders, and three-year-old daughter, Shaelyn, live there. He flies back whenever SNL has an off-week. (“My sleep cycle has shifted dramatically since starting SNL.”)
Despite this schedule, Killam’s managed to squeeze in a few movies, including The Heat — a comedy starring Melissa McCarthy and Sandra Bullock and directed by Paul Feig — which comes out in June. And he’s stretching his dramatic muscles in the upcoming Twelve Years a Slave, directed by Steve McQueen. He also has a few scripts in the works. “I was an out-of-work actor for a long time, doing pilot seasons,” he says. “Now, on SNL, I get to try something new every week. It’s been a surreal haze ever since I got that call.”
"Something America does not know about me is that I got a new puppy… and her name is Charlie." [x]