I’ve learned that the film will be as good as the energy you put into every single aspect of it.
- John Toll
[“Here, I was born…and there, I die. It was only an moment for you, you…took no notice.”]
"I think I’ve seen this movie before."
"When I was a kid, I saw it on TV."
"Well, I did see it before."
"Have you been here before?"
"When? When were you born?"]
"But I don’t…recognize this p…"
"What’s the matter?"
[“Tell me. Madeleine, tell me.”
"It’s just like what’s happening with us. Like the past…the movie never changes, it can’t change, but every time you see it, it seems different, because you’re different."
Vertigo (1958) in Twelve Monkeys (1995)
Margot Robbie, Leonardo Dicaprio and Martin Scorsese onset of The Wolf of Wall Street (2013)
Brad Pitt and David Fincher on the set of Se7en (1995)
Holy shit yes.
Ron Howard while filming Rush (2013)
FINALLY. Photos from my favorite film of 2013.
Saw this film for the first time this weekend, and holy shit is it underrated and under-appreciated. My already endless love, respect and admiration for Tony Scott continues to grow.
The memorable chest thumping/chanting scene with Matthew McConaughey and Leonardo DiCaprio in Martin Scorsese’s The Wolf of Wall Street was actually based on McConaughey’s own real life pre-filming ritual. McConaughey recalls, in an interview with Rolling Stone:"That’s one of my rituals that I do before filming. It’s a humming meditation, and when I was in the middle of it, Leo interrupted and said, ‘What is that you’re doing?’ I told him I was just preparing for the scene and immediately he was like, ‘You have to do that in the scene!’ So I said all right. Little did I know that when I saw the final cut and it actually became the baseline for our story" (x).