The Next Best Thing is one of my favorite films; I love everyone involved.
Marilyn between scenes of River of No Return (1954) with co-star Robert Mitchum in Alberta, Canada.
Brad Davis in Querelle by R.W.Fassbinder
Photographed by Roger Fritz
This is one of my faves.
SIGN (Short Film by Patrick Hughes)
Heartwarming, I loved this!
#deathbecomesher Just saw this again J’ADORE #merylstreep & #goldiehawn in this (of course #brucewillis is DELISH as usual).
starting off my birthday with this movie.
Picture of To Wong Foo Thanks for Everything Julie Newmar
…rebel with no cause, ripping the shreads for the sake of remaining alive…
First photo of Madonna from inside the movie theater. Look at our girl looking so proud and excited! ♥
sweaty #BradDavis #querelle shot of the day
In real life, Bette Davis had just turned 42 as she undertook the role of Margo Channing, and Anne Baxter, still an up-and-comer, not only wowed audiences with her performance, but successfully pressured the powers that be to get her nominated for an Oscar in the Best Actress category rather than Best Supporting Actress. This is thought to have split the vote between herself and Davis. The winner for the 1950 Best Actress was Judy Holliday for her noticeable turn in Born Yesterday, so Baxter’s actions in effect blocked Davis’ chances for the win.