Happy Birthday John Malkovich!
John Malkovich (December 9, 1953) is an American actor, director, and producer who has appeared in over 70 films, including Dangerous Liaisons and the mind-bending comedy– drama, Being John Malkovich, in which a mousy puppeteer finds a portal near the New Jersey Turnpike that leads into the mind of John Malkovich. The actor studied theatre at Illinois State University, and is known for a certain magnetic acting style that makes him both fearsome and a joy to watch.
Here are some really cool behind-the-scenes movie photos!
A self portrait of Stanley Kubrick with his daughter, Jack Nicholson and the crew at the set of The Shining.
On the set of Fritz Lang's Metropolis — the actress inside the Maria robot taking a breather.
It's interesting that the woman who's holding the water has a hairstyle and costume similar to Princess Leia, because the robot from Metropolis was the inspiration for George Lucas' C-3PO.
"Clara Bow doesn't look like a relic. She doesn't look like she belongs in the '20s, or even in black and white. She looks nothing like the other stars of the silent era, who either seemed frozen in puberty (Mary Pickford, Lillian Gish), outrageously "exotic" (Theda Bara, Pola Negri), or untouchably glamorous (Gloria Swanson). This girl's got something like whoa.
Look at her. She looks so ... MODERN. Like she could be a star today..."
Though he was already plastered on Apple billboards across the People's Republic of China, relatively few in the United States had heard of Jimmy Wong until last week - when the Internet helped transform him into a viral video sensation.
"If you can channel the best part of you that is bigger than yourself where it’s not about your ego and not about getting ahead, then you can have fun and you aren’t jealous of others. You see other people's talent as another branch of your own. You can keep it rooted in joy...Life is long and there are plenty of opportunities to make mistakes. The point of it all is to learn."
"Creditors" award-winning actor, Tom Liam Benedict Burke, is taking American theatre-goers by storm. In a mere 90 minutes, this young artist managed to carve out a performance which will surely be remembered for years to come...
April 29th, 2010. Los Angeles, CA. Smoldering, unpretentious, refreshingly quick-witted and down-to-earth - actress Lynn Chen will be back to grace the Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival on May 1st in Quentin Lee's romantic comedy "The People I've Slept With," which has sold out theaters in screenings across the country.