Eddie Marsan is one of director Mike Leigh’s favourite actors but he has also worked with Scorsese, Spielberg, Michael Mann, Woody Allen and Guy Ritchie. He turned heads, and a few stomachs, as tormented Olivia Colman’s vicious husband James in Paddy Considine’s directorial debut, Tyrannosaur (Click here). He was awesome in Vera Drake (2004) & The Disappearance of Alice Creed (2009) and pretty disturbing in Happy-Go-Lucky (2008).
We love him, his films and this stellar portrait of Marsan that appeared in HUNGER magazine (october 2012).
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To the Jacques Tati (1907 – 1982) fans among you, check out this portrait of the director and his bicycle taken in 1949 by famed french photographer Robert Doisneau (1912-1994). The photo is titled “Le vélo de Tati”.
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What does Groucho Marx really endorse ?
Check out these ads our favorite actor did from the 1940s till the 1960s.
Let’s see, Cornflakes, peanut butter and beer to name a few. We like it so don’t forget to like us on facebook for more photos here & check out Groucho with Jack Nicholson and Alice Cooper here
No introduction needed to Sergei Eisenstein’s “Ivan the Terrible, pt.I ” (1944) & pt.II (1958). Feast your eyes on these posters from all over the world with different artists, some unknown, and several styles highlighting Nikolai Cherkasov‘s terrifying look.
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Ivan el terrible. Argentinian poster. By Osvaldo Venturi.
Ivan the Terrible. Russian Poster. By M. Dulgach.
Ivan the Terrible. Polish posters. By Franciszek Starowisky
Tony Curtis (1925- 2010),one of my favorite American actors, star of Sweet Smell of Success (1957) and Some Like it Hot (1959) among other masterpieces. Curtis lived on a grand scale over the years. He bought an 18-room Hollywood villa in 1966 with four acres and a garage that sheltered the actor’s new Lincoln Continental, a 1934 Rolls-Royce, 1937 Bentley, and 1935 Duesenberg, among his other cars.
He acquired this Rolls Royce Drophead Convertible in 1959. Here are these photos of him in 1961, shot by Ralph Crane for LIFE magazine.
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Call her Gigi (1958), call her Lilli (1953), call her An American in Paris (1951), here is French actress Leslie Caron (1931-) as photographed by Life Magazine photographer Loomis Dean (1917 – 2005). Undated.
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