"My dad was the first person I called when I got this role and I said to him, ‘Daddy do you know Brad Pitt? I’m going to be in a movie with him. And he said, ‘I don’t know him personally, but I’m glad you got a job’ So am I so am I!’"
“Vanity and pride are different things, though the words are often used synonymously. A person may be proud without being vain. Pride relates more to our opinion of ourselves, vanity to what we would have others think of us.” Pride and Prejudice, chapter 5
#grease au where the pink ladies are the ones working on the cars & sandy & rizzo are their leaders #and danny is the transfer student who comes in from Italy and is like #sob #you never told me you were THAT kind of girl #but then comes to his senses when rizzo is injured and sandy must heroically take her place at the drag race #against cha chas villainous gang of chicks (via ninnieamee)
Kat Graham prepares for Oscar weekend in a Oriett Domenech dress, Brian Atwood shoes and XIV Karats jewelry on March 2, 2014 in Los Angeles, California.
American newspapers just seizing the opportunity to have a little fun with slavery. Totally accidental and/or harmless.
In other news: microaggressions are common verbal, behavioral, and environmental indignities, whether intentional or unintentional, that communicate hostile or negative slights to marginalized groups. (via Donovon X Ramsey)
What do you think? Catchy headlines or microaggressions?
The last two I could write off as just lazy editing
The first two? Motherfuckers playing games
All of them are intended to demean. You could shorten the film title to “12 Years” just as easily and actually more descriptively, but throwing the word “Slave” around with “master” and pictures of Lupita Nyong’o is a way of re-emphasizing how US society views Black people.
02. question here?
03. question here too?
another answer here n - n