James Dean and Ronald Reagan in the tv drama “The Dark, Dark Hours”, 1954.
I was struck by how very much James Dean off-camera resembled the James Dean you saw on-camera. He worked very hard at his craft, rehearsed with very much the same intensity that he gave the part on-camera… Most of us, after a while in pictures, hold back somewhat in rehearsal and save our punch for the take. Jimmy did not do this. He seemed to go all out almost any time that he read his lines. - Ronald Reagan
The story is that [The Dark Knight Rises], and beefing up for it, immediately preceded Lawless, so Hardy is carrying a good deal more weight than might have been likely in dirt-poor Virginia in 1931. He is beefy, over-fed and sleepy, but somehow Hardy is good enough to turn these liabilities into sultry assets.
Focal Length: 60mm
EVENING STANDARD AWARDS
A belated post as Ten Towers slowly succumbs to the pressures of flu and looming deadlines, but how beautiful did Jourdan Dunn look in Burberry at the Evening Standard Awards? I think she knows it too - look at that golden clad smize. Also clad in Burberry were Cara Delevingne, current star of Ten TV, Felicity Jones and Harry Treadaway. The Anna shines in a golden raiment with Christopher Bailey.
Images from Vogue.co.uk
by Jack Sunnucks
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