When spoken word artist Brenna Twohy tells you that she is an unabashed devotee of all things “Potterotica” — erotic fiction based in the magical universe of Harry Potter — your response probably shouldn’t be that her taste is “unrealistic.”
Let’s talk about Rust’s achingly well-fitting detective attire. All of the other detectives wore schlubby suits and shirts, but not Cohle—at least, not in the ’90s timeline.
Cohle was such a complex character, and yet I knew he’d be so simple in the way that he dressed. It was all about utilitarianism for him. That’s what made him comfortable. We certainly didn’t want to dress him toward a particular fashion. In the mid-’90s, men were wearing pleated pants. Suits were boxy and squared out. That was nothing that Rust was going to be interested in. He was going to want to go to one store and pick up one of each item of clothing and wear them all indefinitely. But just to be frank? It’s Matthew McConaughey. He’s sexy. There was going to have to be some sex appeal there. - Jenny Eagan, True Detective costume designer (x)
A good portion of Blue is the Warmest Color's B-roll footage with Adèle Exarchopoulos that ended up being used was in fact of the actress when she was out of character. The camera would be on her when she ate and even when she slept on the train while they were on their way to set. Since during this footage people kept calling Exarchopoulos the name Adèle instead of the main character’s name Clementine, they agreed to change the character’s name to Adèle (x).
"There’s something about girls, and girlhood, and teen girl adolescence that’s very cruel. I feel like that’s what this movie is exploring; The assumption that cruelty is a part of normal interaction with your best girl friends." - Karyn Kusama, Director.
"Women are in constant competition with one another, always - ALWAYS, even when they love each other. I think it’s a sickness, and I think it’s fucked up, and I think it’s something that’s depicted perfectly in this film." - Megan Fox
“You have a lady who ruptures her membranes — there’s no way she’s going to get to 24 weeks,” Davis says. “But just looking at her now? She has normal vitals. So what do you tell her [in a state with a 20-week ban]? ‘You have to sit in the hospital and wait until you get very sick. Then we can end the pregnancy.’
“If you did that under any other circumstance it would be wild negligence. If you had a patient that you knew was going to get an infection and did nothing, what kind of doctor would you be?”
Conservative politicians are willingly endangering their constituents over junk science and their personal religious beliefs.