I Dood It (1943) starring Red Skelton and Eleanor Powell is a faithful remake of Buster Keaton’s last silent film Spite Marriage (1929). This particular sequence is almost scene for scene as the original. Both newly married husbands confronted with the task of putting their their knocked out wives to bed on their wedding night.
Happy 450th Will, 23rd April 2014
Behind An Unexpected Journey: The kickass hobbit lady who stole the show behind the scenes.
nick fury has got his arms around natasha like she’s the mother of his child and tony stark is that child and they’ve just heard the news about what tony did at school today and they don’t know how to best discipline him or how they manged to raise such a failure of a child
is that not the plot of iron man 2
India is reminiscent of Séverine in Belle de Jour (1967, costume design by Yves Saint Laurent and Hélène Nourry), an inhabited young woman on the verge of change, her mind confused yet interminably focused. Like Séverine, India’s clothes, a mix of high-waist short pleated skirts, blouses and slip dresses, reflect her evasive personality. (x)
I’m so lucky I get to work with these incredible goofballs! Check out Ep 47 of #emmaapproved #100happydays | DAY 32 http://pbly.co/EAep47
I’m just going to leave this here as a gentle reminder that Asgardians are not stupid, technology dumb idiots that just stomp around and break things. They’ve pretty much been there, and done that waaaaay before.