I just had the depressing realization that half the cast Empire Records did serious time on CBS dramas.
And Renée Zellweger has an Oscar.
oh my god
I now require these two in the screwball comedy version of Up in the Air. NOW.
Let’s talk about this scwarfer (scarf-sweater) for a quick minute.
The costumes in Catching Fire were generally soooooo awesome [the “wedding dress” and it’s transformed version were standouts like The Green Dress in Atonement (I could draw a reasonable representation of that dress from memory without having seen the movie), the arena uniforms made sense and looked like something you’d put fight-to-the-death TV contestants in, EFFIE’s FREAKIN BUTTERFLY DRESS]. So I feel bad picking on this one thing. Especially when I actually TOTALLY WANT ONE OF THESE.
But who on earth made this for Katniss? It’s waaaaay to plain to come from her Styling Team, so it must be from The Seam, but do they really make such non-practical clothing? Or does this have some functionality that a full caplet would lack that I’m just not seeing. Also, while I don’t knit, my guess is this isn’t the direction you’d take a pattern you didn’t have enough yarn to finish.
It makes no sense but it looks so chic and snuggly. I have to let go my confusion about it as a costume and just enjoy it as a piece of clothing.
I don’t think you can actually say “innuendo” at that stage. I don’t.
also, there’s the scene where said he scanned karl urban’s testicles. (i’m not kidding. it’s a real scene)
I just find it reassuring that an android uses Fahrenheit.
As Scarlett O’Hara once made a dress out of curtains, J. Law fashioned a gown out of the upholstery of the patio lounger she had been sunning on and a seat belt from her limo. AND IT WAS STUNNING.