I nominate Tatiana Maslany for Best Ensemble Cast in a TV Drama.
If the shot above looks exceptionally (or Inception-ally) familiar, it might be because it’s from the first film directed by Wally Pfister, Christopher Nolan’s longtime cinematographer. In Transcendence, which hits theaters April 18, Depp plays a computer scientist (below) studying “the singularity,” the point at which artificial intelligence will surpass human intelligence. “It’s a very timely subject as we find we have to update the software on our cell phones before we can even make a call,” says Pfister. Depp’s character literally gets uploaded into the mainframe, becoming a ghost in the machine (above, with costars Morgan Freeman, Cillian Murphy, and Rebecca Hall) after he’s attacked by anti-technology activists. It’s an out-there premise, even if the film’s star is looking uncharacteristically tame. “I don’t think we’ve seen him this way in a long time,” says Pfister, laughing. “Just a pair of glasses on and a pretty normal haircut.” (X)
I just wanted to say that I didn’t know Thresh. I only spoke to him once. He could have killed me, but instead, he showed me mercy. That’s a debt I’ll never be able to repay. (x)
I figured it’s about time I did one of these so here’s a list of the people I simply cannot go without and all of whom are better than your faves. I bolded those of you I consider friends and am lucky enough to be followed by, thank you for your content, comfort, collaboration, conversation and support, I love you all.
A - C
D - F
G - L
M - R
S - Z
Aww Raph, thank you so much!