classicactresses:

Olivia de Havilland & Errol Flynn + Kisses

MOVIES

-Captain Blood (1935)

-The Charge of the Light Brigade (1936)

-The Adventures of Robin Hood (1938)

-Four’s a Crowd (1938)

-Dodge City (1939)

-The Private Lives of Elizabeth and Essex (1939)

-Santa Fe Trail (1940)

-They Died with Their Boots On (1941)

wednesdaydreams:

At every step, every gust of wind, I’d like to be able to say ‘Now..’, no longer ‘forever’ and ‘for eternity’. To take the empty seat at a card game and be greeted by others, even if just with a nod. It would be nice to come home after a long day and feed the cat like Philip Marlowe, or to have a fever, or get your fingers black by the newspaper. To be excited not just by the mind, but by a meal, the curve of a neck. To lie! Through one’s teeth! To feel your bones as you walk along. For once just to guess instead of always knowing…

Wings of Desire (1987), Wim Winders

George Takei being shown the iconic fin from “Jaws”. When revealed Takei let out a mighty “oh my!”

George Takei being shown the iconic fin from “Jaws”. When revealed Takei let out a mighty “oh my!”

George Takei donating his costume from Star Trek III and IV to the Academy Museum. He is being shown a costume from the original Tron and items from some Tim Burton films.

George Takei donating his costume from Star Trek III and IV to the Academy Museum. 

George Takei donating his costume from Star Trek III and IV to the Academy Museum. 

Alfred Hitchcock was a complicated and brilliant director with a unique sense of humor. Something that he loved doing was making cameos in his films. Here is a small collection of just a few of his uncredited appearances.

Yesterday on a Reddit “Ask Me Anything”, Harrison Ford answered the most controversial Star Wars question as if he had never stopped playing the role of Han Solo. 

wildlingprince:

"Joaquin Phoenix’s Commodus in Gladiator was certainly an inspiration for my characterization of Joffrey, that had a big impact, the smirk. It’s interesting sometimes  when an audience can empathize with a villain. But to get completely lost in it, it’s exciting just to be intrinsically evil and not to have a speck of good or humanity in their bones."- Jack Gleeson  (x)

…And Now for Some Puppies

This vintage theater snipe comes from the Packard Humanities Institute Collection, the largest known acquisition of theatrical trailers on film, at the Academy Film Archive. The collection, which includes an array of theater advertisements such as this, was deposited at the Archive by David Packard in 2009. This historically significant collection contains over 60,000 moving images and has transformed the Academy Film Archive into the world’s foremost repository of motion picture trailers.

Join us for “Trailers in Love” a rare screening of vintage trailers at The Cinefamily on April 24th at 7:30, presented in partnership with the Academy Film Archive!