Ryan Gosling on the set of ‘How To Catch A Monster’ in Detroit - May 18th.
Before you listen to this , I must warn you this is one of the best things you will listen to in your whole entire fucking life .
Viva La Viral
“Viva La Vida” by Coldplay,
“When You Were Young” - The Killers,
“Because of You” - Kelly Clarkson,
“Livin’ On A Prayer” - Bon Jovi,
“Walking On A Dream” - Empire of The Sun,
“Starlight” - Muse
“All Of Your Love” - Hellogoodbye
Those moments where you desperately want to say something but your mind just
and getting fucking emotional, because this was totally Naya getting that emotional, cause I’ve seen her get upset on this show as Santana before and I have never seen that much real and raw emotion on either her or Heather’s faces. And I just can’t stop thinking about what Ali said. About how they came on this show together, and they became best friends, and they were a two shot, and they created this perfect couple all on their own, and now Heather is quite possibly leaving and Naya is sticking behind and (jesus fucking christ im tearing up) and they aren’t going to be like that anymore. When they graduated in the show, sure they were in different sets, but they could still walk to each other and say hi and take pictures together and there was a chance they would spot each other throughout the day, but now HeMo won’t be on set, and she won’t be around like she used to and jesus fucking christ I just can’t! Too much emotion.
and how naya fucking glances at her stomach at the start of the gif. oh dear god. i feel you man. i feel you.
“One of my favorite behind the scenes pics from my Glow shoot! The magazine comes out so soon!! Can’t wait.”
Then there are the frequent and often inane searches for lyrics. Paul working on “Get Back”:
Joe-Joe left his home in Tucson,
Arizona but he knew it couldn’t last
Paul: No, that won’t do … class, bass, mass, what about looking for another blast.
Ringo: Thought it was going to be a gas.
Paul: Hoping he would find a gal.
Paul: It’s just a little production (sings):
John (sounding like a Boston matron): Yes?
The Beatles twelfth and final album Let It Be was released 43 years ago today. Read about the making of the Beatles’ last film and album.