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Eric Forman
happy birthday to the beautiful twiggy. my 60s fashion idol. i love you so much & you inspire me more n more everyday.✨✨💖
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Alexis Bledel & Jared Padalecki as Rory and Dean in “Gilmore Girls” (2000-2007) Padalecki was the third Dean. When the casting directors watched Jared read for Dean, they had already gone through two previous actors in the role. One was Nathan Wetherington. They had put the search on hold while focusing on other characters, but were told about an amazing actor who would be ~perfect~ for the part. So they decided to see him, and it’s good that they did because they loved him immediately. (teen vogue)
Before Sunrise (1995) dir. Richard Linklater The record Celine & Jesse listen to in the listening booth is “Come Here” by American singer Kath Bloom. Linklater was a fan of Bloom’s, so he used her song in the movie. The attention Bloom received from the movie inspired her to release new albums, including 1999’s Come Here: The Florida Years.
Mick Jagger by Jean-Marie Périer, Paris 1971. -His father and grandfather were both teachers, and wanted their son to follow in their footsteps. He said: “I always sang as a child. I was one of those kids who just liked to sing. Some kids sing in choirs; others like to show off in front of the mirror. I was in the church choir and I also loved listening to singers on the radio—the BBC or Radio Luxembourg—or watching them on TV and in the movies.” -His career has been described as “one of the most popular and influential frontmen in the history of rock & roll”, spanning over 50 years.
Heath Ledger & Julia Stiles in “10 Things I Hate About You” (1999) -Kat's famous poem only took ONE shot. Her tears weren't scripted, but Julia Stiles simply felt it in the moment. -Josh Hartnett and Ashton Kutcher were both considered for Ledger's role as Patrick. -The film is actually based on the Shakespeare play "Taming of The Shrew", and many elements from the original script are actually kept in for the movie.
Kate Moss & Puff Daddy, Vogue US, October 1999 by Annie Leibovitz.
Michelle Phillips and Jack Nicholson during the 43rd Annual Academy Awards' Governer's Ball at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on April 15, 1971.
Leonardo DiCaprio, 1997 by Annie Leibovitz - His mother named him Leonardo because she was pregnant and looking at a Da Vinci painting in a museum when he first kicked. - DiCaprio first received an Academy award nomination in 1993 for his role as Arnie Grape in What’s Eating Gilbert Grape. - DiCaprio first appeared on screen aged five in children’s TV show Romper Room, but was fired for being too disruptive.
Boston Street Teens through Nick Dewolf’s Lens in 1971
Paul McCartney filming ‘A Hard Day’s Night,’ in London on March, 1964 Photos by David Hurn The film's title track was written entirely in one sitting by John Lennon on the night of April 13th, 1964, which was also the same day he had filmed the iconic bathtub scene. After Ringo Starr had coined the phrase, John and Paul McCartney had basically raced to see who would come up with a song for the phrase and movie title first.
Uncle Jesse & Michelle from “Full House” played by John Stamos and Mary-Kate/Ashley Olsen (1987-1995) - A lot of the artwork featured on the Tanner family's fridge was actually drawn by Mary-Kate Olsen and Ashley Olsen -There was a possibility of a ninth season, but John Stamos and Cameron Bure were both not interested, so the show came to an end after eight seasons (192 episodes)
Billy Joel enjoying a beer, 1974
Madonna polaroids by Richard Corman, 1983. “In June 1983, 24 year old Madonna was rising on the club charts with singles Everybody and Burning Up. Photographer Richard Corman captured pre-fame Madonna at home one month before the release of her debut album. At the time she was living on East 4th Street between Avenue A and B.” via twixnmix
Rule breakers, Miami, Florida, 1934
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River Phoenix in “My Own Private Idaho” (1991) dir. Gus Van Sant -Gus Van Sant says about Mike Waters, "He was originally written much more removed, like a zombie. River Phoenix brought depth and nuance to the role. He really breathed life into it." -The campfire scene was the last scene filmed, at the insistence of River Phoenix who wrote, and helped to direct the famous scene. via imbd
happy birthday amy, your music has helped me through so much and i still listen to it everyday, and i am so grateful. we miss you and love you, rest easy💝
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