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August 15, 2012
I’ve said it before and I will say it again: if I were a young actor today I would quit before I started. If I had to grow up in this media culture, I don’t think I could survive it emotionally. I would only hope that someone who loved me, really loved me, would put their arm around me and lead me away to safety.
Actress Jodie Foster • Defending fellow-actress Kristen Stewart, and any public figure who found themselves in the spotlight at a young age, while also warning the parents of would-be actors and actresses. Foster, a close friend of Stewart after their work on the 2002 film ‘Panic Room’, wrote a column for The Daily Beast on the possibility of stars leading normal and/or private lives. Considering she’s one of Hollywood’s most experienced actresses — with 46 years under her belt after starting at the young age of 3 — Foster’s work offers a unique perspective from someone on the receiving end of societal scrutiny.  source (viafollow)
16:33 // 1 year ago
December 5, 2010

As comeback roles go, you don’t get weirder than this. Mel Gibson with a stuffed beaver, somehow getting his mojo back. Is that “Salisbury Hill” we hear in the background? No? Well, it should be there. Or Peter Gabriel should be getting royalties for this trailer. source

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10:46 // 3 years ago
November 3, 2010


Mel Gibson’s latest role has been a tad delayed. Why, you ask? Well, he did a lot of pretty stupid things, and now he’s paying the price for them in the press. And so this film, directed by Jodie Foster from a fairly-well-regarded script, may not see the light of day for a while. But that somehow makes the poster for it funnier. Remember the days that Mel knew what women wanted? Yeah. Neither do we. (Thanks The Daily What) sourceThanks to Jodie Foster, we have Mel Gibson’s beaver shot

Mel Gibson’s latest role has been a tad delayed. Why, you ask? Well, he did a lot of pretty stupid things, and now he’s paying the price for them in the press. And so this film, directed by Jodie Foster from a fairly-well-regarded script, may not see the light of day for a while. But that somehow makes the poster for it funnier. Remember the days that Mel knew what women wanted? Yeah. Neither do we. (Thanks The Daily Whatsource

22:05 // 3 years ago