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justanotherblurry:

Brb dying.

justanotherblurry:

Brb dying.

“When we first met him, he was quite nerdy, a skinny guy: a young kid, really,” said Armstrong. “He wanted to get genuine strength. Our only reference point when approached [by producers] to help create the character was an early ’60s picture of Bruce Lee’s torso. That was the form they’d love this character to be based on.”

“I showed this [photo] to Andrew, and brought him a trainer who told him he could do this Hollywood-style: bulk up, and six weeks into training [he’d] have huge chest, shoulders and arms, but no real strength,” he continued. “Andrew and the trainer went the other way. They stripped him down to probably around 100 pounds, then built him back up in core strength. He was the same size when he started, but his strength was incredible.” - Stunt co-ordinator Andy Armstrong on Andrew’s physical changes (x)

 

possitivetension:

It had never ocurred to me that our lives, so closely interwoven, could unravel with such speed. If I’d known, maybe I’d have kept tighter hold of them.

quotes from The Social Network (1/3)

fyeahcinema:

Never Let Me Go (2010)

fyeahcinema:

Never Let Me Go (2010)