Did you get to keep the costume?
I got to keep the helmet.
Do you wear it around the house?
I’ve worn it once or twice.
-Karl Urban, talking about Dredd (x)
JUDGE DREDD IS THE POSTAPOCALYPTIC DYSTOPIA THAT OCCURS AFTER ALMOST HUMAN
DREDD HAS BEEN CLONED FROM KENNEX’S DNA
MEGA CITY ONE IS LOS ANGELES AND THE SURROUNDING WASTELANDS ARE THE DRIED UP PACIFIC OCEAN
why does everyone always associate satan with heavy metal
for all we know satan could like smooth jazz
Sir Ian had to act to these stands with the actors’ faces pasted on them. It’s hilarious. xD But at the same time, my heart also goes out to Sir Ian.
now this is neat
Now this is a professional.
"In order to shoot the dwarves and a large Gandalf, we couldn’t be in the same set. All I had for company was 13 photographs of the dwarves on top of stands with little lights – whoever’s talking flashes up. Pretending you’re with 13 other people when you’re on your own, it stretches your technical ability to the absolute limits. I cried, actually. I cried. Then I said out loud, ‘This is not why I became an actor’. Unfortunately the microphone was on and the whole studio heard.”
– Sir Ian McKellen (x)
The Pillars of the Kings by Ted Nasmith
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