"Robin Wright, both in real life and in the movie, is a symbol for a particular type of actress’ dilemma: Those who peak early as cult favorites who just aren’t able to break free of their old reputation, whether that be a virginal ingenue, rebel or ditz.
It’s the sort of reputation that ended the careers of silent movie stars like Mary Pickford in the ’20s and ’30s. It’s the sort of career that Anne Hathaway was determined to evade when she did everything in her power to be in Brokeback Mountain after doing The Princess Diaries. It’s the career everyone expected of romcom legends Reese Witherspoon and Sandra Bullock before they both dedicated themselves to critically acclaimed Oscar bait like Walk the Line or Crash, respectively, and their symmetrical roles in The Blind Side. It is the career, in short, that Katherine Heigl has famously received. In fact, Heigl’s famous fall from grace feels relevant to Wright’s fictionalized self in The Congress — a version of Wright that has been stubborn and difficult in the movie industry and is now feeling the pinch."
Sofia and River by Gus Van Sant
young Jeff Goldblum
Rashida Jones and Andy Samberg asked about their ideal wedding toast.
"Pity the living, and, above all, pity those who think Frozen is better than Tangled."
- dumbledore i’m 100% positive (via findingdaurie)