1. dudeufugly:

    Benedict Cumberbatch ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

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  2. jglnews:

    Joseph Gordon-Levitt arriving at the Late Show, Aug 19

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  3. vispreeve:

    Joseph Gordon-Levitt in New York City, August 2014

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  4. charlidos:

The presentation of The Drop from Toronto film festival’s site:

Tom Hardy delivers his most accomplished performance to date in the English-language debut from acclaimed Belgian director Michaël R. Roskam (Bullhead). Hardy is Bob Saginowski, a Brooklyn bartender who’s as big-hearted as he is streetwise. The bar is Cousin Marv’s, a neighbourhood watering hole that doubles as a drop bar — a place for its owners, some local Chechen gangsters, to launder money.
Bob and Marv walk a thin line between regular life and the underworld — especially Marv (James Gandolfini), a former crime boss now in the pocket of a new and much crueller operation. When the drop is stolen in a holdup, they must weigh the threat of the Chechens against that of a sharp and curious cop (John Ortiz). Bob’s life is further complicated by a chance meeting with a local woman, Nadia (Noomi Rapace), and it isn’t long before his own past returns to haunt him.
Using grey, misty hues and a foreboding atmosphere, Roskam sets a nuanced character study in a world of moral ambiguity. Hardy comprises its centre in a typically heavyweight — if deceptively slow-building — turn, surrounded by a splendid international cast including Rapace (The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo), Belgian (and soon-to-be Hollywood) star Matthias Schoenaerts (Bullhead, Rust and Bone), and Gandolfini in his riveting final performance. Roskam lends a distinctly European sensibility to The Drop’s very American milieu, allowing the film to move naturally toward a gripping conclusion that will leave hearts racing and minds wondering: just which of these animals truly needs rescuing?

    charlidos:

    The presentation of The Drop from Toronto film festival’s site:

    Tom Hardy delivers his most accomplished performance to date in the English-language debut from acclaimed Belgian director Michaël R. Roskam (Bullhead). Hardy is Bob Saginowski, a Brooklyn bartender who’s as big-hearted as he is streetwise. The bar is Cousin Marv’s, a neighbourhood watering hole that doubles as a drop bar — a place for its owners, some local Chechen gangsters, to launder money.

    Bob and Marv walk a thin line between regular life and the underworld — especially Marv (James Gandolfini), a former crime boss now in the pocket of a new and much crueller operation. When the drop is stolen in a holdup, they must weigh the threat of the Chechens against that of a sharp and curious cop (John Ortiz). Bob’s life is further complicated by a chance meeting with a local woman, Nadia (Noomi Rapace), and it isn’t long before his own past returns to haunt him.

    Using grey, misty hues and a foreboding atmosphere, Roskam sets a nuanced character study in a world of moral ambiguity. Hardy comprises its centre in a typically heavyweight — if deceptively slow-building — turn, surrounded by a splendid international cast including Rapace (The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo), Belgian (and soon-to-be Hollywood) star Matthias Schoenaerts (Bullhead, Rust and Bone), and Gandolfini in his riveting final performance. Roskam lends a distinctly European sensibility to The Drop’s very American milieu, allowing the film to move naturally toward a gripping conclusion that will leave hearts racing and minds wondering: just which of these animals truly needs rescuing?

    Reblogged from: charlidos
  5. tomhardydotorg:

    Didier’s SF Tiki bar France 2014

    Reblogged from: tomhardydotorg
  6. thisperspective:

*violent muffled cursing*

    thisperspective:

    *violent muffled cursing*

    Reblogged from: hiddleston-daily
  7. Emily Browning and Tom Hardy wrap Legend

    Reblogged from: thas-fandom
  8. Tom Hardy - 'Get Carter' [x]
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  9. dailyjosephgordonlevitt:

    Joseph Gordon-Levitt at 2014 Creative Arts Emmy Awards (August 16, 2014) - [x]

    Also here’s a short clip of Joseph’s speech - [x]

    Reblogged from: jglweb
  10. jglweb:

    Joe in the press room during Emmys 2014.

    Reblogged from: josephgordonlevittitalia
  11. dailyjosephgordonlevitt:

Joseph Gordon-Levitt & Jared Geller - The Television Academy’s Creative Arts Emmy Awards (Saturday 16 August, 2014)

    dailyjosephgordonlevitt:

    Joseph Gordon-Levitt & Jared Geller - The Television Academy’s Creative Arts Emmy Awards (Saturday 16 August, 2014)

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  12. jglweb:

    clickthefrog:

    We Won an Emmy!

    We won the award for Outstanding Creative Achievement in Interactive Media in the category of Social TV Experience, which means that the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences has recognized our collaborative efforts in making this show together through hitRECord.org. [x]

    Awww ! So glad for all collaborators on hitRECord.

    Reblogged from: jglweb
  13. Fellow rookie Gordon-Levitt also felt the excitement on set, saying he grew up loving Rodriguez’s earlier films. The “Dark Knight Rises” star suggested that being in a “Sin City” movie was akin to living out childhood fantasies of starring in your own animated show.

    LIke the original, the sequel finds Rodriguez and Miller trying to recreate the stark, dark look of the black and white comic, shooting entirely against a greenscreen, with the scenery being added later, and digitally manipulating the lighting and design of the film in post-production. 

    "You get to become a cartoon in a way," Gordon-Levitt explained, adding that such escapist fare is a good way for actors — and the audience — to abandon reality. "We’re not in the real world," he added. [x]

    Reblogged from: jglnews
  14. tomhardydotorg:

Legend 2014 Shoot

    tomhardydotorg:

    Legend 2014 Shoot

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  15. sebadasstian-stan:

    [x]

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