Another image from Paul Thomas Anderson's Inherent Vice has arrived, along with new details.

See them here.

David Lynch

Happy 32nd Wedding Anniversary to Bono and Ali

“He worked very hard at being the heart-throb. He came up to me within the first day and asked, did I know where his class should be going? It was just an excuse to talk to me, and I thought, ‘What an eejit.’ I remember that on the fourth day at school I saw him walking across the courtyard and it was, bing. That is the guy for me. But we waited until we were 15 before we actually started going out. We broke up after six weeks because I had promised my best friend I’d just get him out of my system. That completely bemused him.”

"Marriage is this grand madness, and I think if people knew that, they would perhaps take it more seriously. The reason why there’s operas and novels and pop tunes written about love is because it’s such an extraordinary thing, not because it’s commonplace, and yet that’s what you’re told, you grow up with this idea that it’s the norm."

"Why did you come looking for me?" - Enemy (2013)

i was super frustrated cause we have a pitch tomorrow (we’ll choose the stories that will be made into short films) and i wasn’t very convinced about my story but i just had a great idea and i’ll change things a bit and now i’m excited i really really really really want to direct this semester like please if there’s any god just please help me with this

“I am incredibly passionate about my life, I am absolutely unable to hide any emotion. If I wrote a book, I’d have to call it ‘P is for Passion’. I don’t go in for anything halfway. My feelings about things are instant, on the spot. And my heart is always, always on my sleeve.” - Kate Winslet

plantstho:

the lack of cuddling i am experiencing right now is upsetting 

cinemaspam:

What the fuck does WTF mean? - The World’s End (Edgar Wright, 2013)

“I never think that a film should answer questions for you. I think it should make you ask a lot of questions.”

Happy 45th Birthday Edward Norton! (18th August 1969)