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Jenna, 19, Finland. Humphrey Bogart, Christoph Waltz, old & new Hollywood, movies, music and TV shows.

would never be fearful of any character.


Jon Hamm, photographed by Gavin Bond for GQ UK, Sep 2014.

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"We live in an age of mediocrity." - Lauren Bacall


Marilyn Monroe photographed by Ed Feingersh in New York, 1955


Carole plays caddy for Clark, 1939

The Invisible Man (1933)

Scorsese’s Women featuring Jodie Foster, Winona Ryder, Sharon Stone, Juliette Lewis and Jessica Lange by Steven Klein for W Magazine

Gregory Peck poses beside a Mercedes Benz.


Just a reminder of what we stand for

It’s as true in today’s Hollywood as it was 70 years ago: There’s nothing as sexy as… Lauren Bacall.

Not just because of how she slinked through her debut film, 1944’s “To Have and Have Not,” with a voice that sounded like whiskey neat and the most come-hither directions ever put on film (“You know how to whistle, don’t you, Steve? You just put your lips together and blow”). Nor because of her long hair that seemed to shine even in the darkened corners of noir drama.

It was all that, yes, but it was also a word associated with men: swagger. Bacall had it in spades, and woe to the poor fathead or fall guy who considered her just another dame.
New York Daily News



RDJ takes the ALS ice bucket challenge. [x]

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Michael Fassbender | L’uomo Vogue


David Lynch around 1966, when he was an art student at the PAFA