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Gugu Mbath-Raw and James Norton with director, Amma Asante, on the set of Belle (2014).

Gugu Mbath-Raw and James Norton with director, Amma Asante, on the set of Belle (2014).

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I always write with Bill in mind. Wes Anderson

Wes’s movies keep getting better, but wait until you see this next one, this Grand Budapest Hotel, this is like a Time Square billboard dropped on your head. It’s amazing. He’s just great fun. We’ve become great friends and I really love him. He has his own fashion sense, that’s for sure, and he tries to dress everyone in the movies like himself, which is really cruel… Your pants cuffs never reach your shoes. Bill Murray

The only other time I saw him before we started filming (for Rushmore) in Texas was at the Four Seasons in Los Angeles. I needed to get a photo of him so that we could have a painting made for the set. I shot a whole roll of film; the first shot was the best. Then we ended up having some drinks at the bar downstairs, and Bill took the place over and started dancing. That was the first experience I had of how a room could get swept up by him. Wes Anderson

I really love the way Wes writes with his collaborators, I like the way he shoots, and I like HIM,” he gushed. “I’ve become so fond of him. I love the way that he has made his art his life. And you know, it’s a lesson to all of us, to take what you love and make it the way you live your life, and that way you bring love into the world. Bill Murray

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Chiwetel Ejiofor and Steve McQueen photographed by Peter Hapak.

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Martin Scorsese and Steve McQueen speak onstage at the 66th Annual Directors Guild of America Awards Feature Film Symposium

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Wong Kar Wai on the set of “The Grandmaster”

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Wong Kar Wai on the set of “The Grandmaster”

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Guillermo del Toro on the set of Pacific Rim (2013)

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Guillermo del Toro on the set of Pacific Rim (2013)

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It was late in the meal when I mentioned his reputation among other journalists. He held his chopsticks in his hand.

“What did they say?”

Steve McQueen is 44 years old, tall and robust; he wore a T-shirt beneath a lightweight sport jacket and dark slacks and large black-rimmed glasses. He is exacting in his ideas, and sometimes struggles to communicate exactly what he’s thinking (he has occasionally borrowed reporters’ pens and paper to help him articulate his thoughts). He is full of energy.

“That I’m difficult?” he asked.

I rattled off some other descriptions: “curt,” “combative,” “volatile,” “scornfully dismissive,” “bullish,” “arrogant.” He pondered it a bit more. He asked whether I had an idea why this reputation exists. I told him I was more interested in his. “It’s journalists getting uppity, and when I get uppity, they write this.” It was an easy caricature: They expect him to be “from the ghetto,” he said, “to behave a certain way.”

“Excuse me for saying it,” he said, “but I suppose it’s because I’m black.”

Steve McQueen is not fucking around! (via mizoguchi)

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Steve McQueen, photographed by Gene Pittman.

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Steve McQueen, photographed by Gene Pittman.

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Edgar Wright behind the scenes of Scott Pilgrim vs. the World (2010)

Edgar Wright behind the scenes of Scott Pilgrim vs. the World (2010)

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I love movies, and I love TV. In TV, you have the time to get deeper into a character, but movies are a two-hour block of time in which we get transported to another place. We’ll always have Paris, and we’ll always have movies. But we’re going through a time, unfortunately, when the big movie studios are run by folks that are more obsessed than ever with the bottom line and who probably love movies less than any studio hierarchy that’s ever existed in my life. Back in the day, when the Irving Thalbergs and Louis B. Mayers ran the business, those guys could bite your head off. Those guys were tough sons of bitches, but they loved movies. They weren’t obsessed with counting beans. The problem with the movie business now is that it’s marketing-driven—driven by demographics, by spreadsheets and flowcharts and all this shit that has nothing to do with storytelling. But the movie itself, the structure of the movie, will always be with us. And occasionally a really great movie for grown-ups does sneak through.

Vince Gilligan (Vulture)

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Steve Mcqueen at the ‘12 Years a Slave’ Press Conference.

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"I believe that Jack is one of the best actors in Hollywood, perhaps on a par with the greatest stars of the past like Spencer Tracy and James Cagney. I should think that he is on almost everyone’s first-choice list for any role which suits him. His work is always interesting, clearly conceived and has the X-factor, magic. Jack is particularly suited for roles which require intelligence. He is an intelligent and literate man, and these are qualities almost impossible to act. In The Shining, you believe he’s a writer, failed or otherwise.” - Stanley Kubrick

"I believe that Jack is one of the best actors in Hollywood, perhaps on a par with the greatest stars of the past like Spencer Tracy and James Cagney. I should think that he is on almost everyone’s first-choice list for any role which suits him. His work is always interesting, clearly conceived and has the X-factor, magic. Jack is particularly suited for roles which require intelligence. He is an intelligent and literate man, and these are qualities almost impossible to act. In The Shining, you believe he’s a writer, failed or otherwise.” - Stanley Kubrick

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Joss Whedon & Mark Ruffalo on the set of The Avengers

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Joss Whedon & Mark Ruffalo on the set of The Avengers

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Ridley Scott with Jeff Bridges on the set of White Squall

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Ridley Scott with Jeff Bridges on the set of White Squall

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