deciulla:

sizvideos:

Video

Who’s the artist-cook?

deciulla:

sizvideos:

Video

Who’s the artist-cook?

theaoidos:

Ben Whishaw - Cloud Atlas interview compilation

potenspuella:

I love Days and Nights stills(so many nice ones of Whishaw. This one looks like a work of art in its own right. I love what’s done with focus. Whishaw looks so very Cindy Sherman.

scorpiant:

Lilting (2014) - What a beautiful film. Like a fragrance that lingers for a while. Ben Whishaw is a dream.

potenspuella:

gun-shaw is surprizingly freaky.

youcantsaymylastname:

Q knew better than to talk to Bond when he was on a mission. Q also knew he was an elite hacker who could communicate with Bond without anyone finding out.
Was it worth Bond being discovered while in deep cover?

youcantsaymylastname:

Q knew better than to talk to Bond when he was on a mission. Q also knew he was an elite hacker who could communicate with Bond without anyone finding out.

Was it worth Bond being discovered while in deep cover?


Ben Whishaw accepting his BAFTA.





Ben Whishaw accepting his BAFTA.





Ben Whishaw accepting his BAFTA.





Ben Whishaw accepting his BAFTA.





Ben Whishaw accepting his BAFTA.





Ben Whishaw accepting his BAFTA.

Ben Whishaw accepting his BAFTA.

sovietpostcards:

Yuri Ovchinnikov - Soviet Figure Skater (1969) (via etsy)

(Source: jordansparrishs)

berryspoon:

2013 Four Continents SP Mao ASADA ”I Got Rhythm”

"Mao arrived on my doorstep [in Toronto] last May. she wanted an exhibition program; she wasn’t sure about a competitive program," Nichol said. "She had [selected music as] a tribute to her mother, and I listened to it."

Asada’s mother, Kyoko, died of chronic liver disease at age 48 in December 2011. Asada, who was preparing to compete at the Grand Prix Final in Quebec City at the time, traveled home to Japan, but her mother passed away before she arrived.

"I’m a mother, and I told her from a mother’s standpoint, ‘I would not want my child to skate some sad, mournful song as a tribute. I would want her to be joyous,’" Nichol said. "I played Mary Poppins and "I Got Rhythm," and she perked up and smiled again. I haven’t seen that in ages. In 2 1/2 days, we choreographed two programs, a short and an exhibition. Of course, we’ve polished them since.

"It was a mother’s instinct, I guess."

icenetwork.com: News: London calling: Nichol talks Kostner, Asada music