bergdorfgoodman:

Spring has sprung!

warnerarchive:

Paul Newman in Sweet Bird of Youth (1962)

lars134:

Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward moving into their New York residence, 1958

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ULTIMATE LITERARY OTPS: Philip Pirrip and Estella Havisham, Great Expectations (Charles Dickens)
THEIR STORY:  Poor boy loves snobby rich bitch. Poor boy inherits millions, but snobby rich bitch still can’t give him her heart because (153-year-old spoiler alert!): she’s dead inside. 
WHY THEY’RE ON THIS LIST: Estella is my favorite character in all of literature, and she’s so complex and tragic that I could write pages about her. But even though she’s been raised to be an ice cold, man-eating bitch, she has such astounding moments of clarity about her hopeless situation that you know there’s a flood of emotions underneath all that arrogance that could easily come gushing out…if only she wasn’t so broken. Admit it: You know you spent the whole book hoping that eventually she would let Pip love her and they could finally help each other heal from the nightmare that was their childhood. (And luckily for us, that’s exactly what happens!)
NOTABLE QUOTABLE: "The unqualified truth is, that when I loved Estella with the love of a man, I loved her simply because I found her irresistible."
DREAM CAST: Joseph Gordon-Levitt as Pip and Astrid Berges-Frisbey as Estella.
THEME SONG: Girl by The Beatles

swinton:

This is my favorite dog, Brownie. Even though she’s a tad lazy. And is a tad afraid of me. But she’s always polite and shakes my hand. And she’s great at keeping secrets. Look at her wink.

LOOKS LIKE BRYAN CRANSTON’S GONNA GET A NEW LABEL MAKER TOMORROW MORNING.

That’s right kids, Jesse Pinkman lived, Dexter lived, but your mother didn’t make it.

  Seth Meyers (via allaaronpaul)  

@theladydockers: Sneak Peek @anakhouri #gold jewelry I’m wearing today!@lovegoldlive #LoveGold #Emmys2014

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