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Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross - The Way He Looks At Me

fuckyeahatticusross:

The Way He Looks At Me - Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross

New audio track streaming at nin.com!

truthandmovies:

"I think that movies are different things to different people. To me, they’re a really important part of cultural identity. They’re a great touchstone to who we were and what were on about at any given time. You look back to the cinema of the ’70s and ’80s and you see all different types of actors and palettes. It wasn’t so much about physical perfection. You had very odd leading men. It’s interesting how movies and culture reflect who we are. You’ll find that the movie business is paid for by those mega movies. The movie business is paid for by Big Macs. By movies as product. Movie studios use that term “product” all the time. Product? You mean you have a lot of stories? No, we have a lot of product. You have stories."

– DAVID FINCHER

READ THE FULL “GONE GIRL” INTERVIEW WITH DAVID FINCHER ON LITTLE WHITE LIES 

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cinephiliabeyond:

PLAYBOY sent Contributing Editor Stephen Rebello, who last interviewed Samuel L. Jackson, to catch up with Fincher in his cavernous Hollywood production offices housed in a swank 1920s art deco former bank that later served as a location in L.A. Confidential. Reports Rebello: “You meet David Fincher and know instantly you’ve been scanned, processed and judged either ‘quick’ or ‘dead.’ He doesn’t suffer fools. But instead of the cool, brusque, detached man some have described, he struck me as gracious, smart as hell, drolly funny and armed with a lethal dry wit. Tell him you like his films, for instance, and he shoots back, ‘Well, it’s always nice to meet new perverts.’ Back at you, Fincher.” Photography by Marius Bugge.
Playboy Interview: David Fincher. Yay!

cinephiliabeyond:

PLAYBOY sent Contributing Editor Stephen Rebello, who last interviewed Samuel L. Jackson, to catch up with Fincher in his cavernous Hollywood production offices housed in a swank 1920s art deco former bank that later served as a location in L.A. Confidential. Reports Rebello: “You meet David Fincher and know instantly you’ve been scanned, processed and judged either ‘quick’ or ‘dead.’ He doesn’t suffer fools. But instead of the cool, brusque, detached man some have described, he struck me as gracious, smart as hell, drolly funny and armed with a lethal dry wit. Tell him you like his films, for instance, and he shoots back, ‘Well, it’s always nice to meet new perverts.’ Back at you, Fincher.” Photography by Marius Bugge.

Playboy Interview: David Fincher. Yay!

“And I am bored to death with it. Bored to death with this place, bored to death with my life, bored to death with myself.”

—   (via blxckfawn)

(Source: sea-beatnik, via oxblood)


“I don’t know why I want to do these things, other than my desire to escape from Small Town, U.S.A., to dismiss the boundaries, to explore. It isn’t a bad place where I grew up, but there was nothing going on but the cornfields. My life experience came from watching movies, watching TV and reading books and looking at magazines. And when your fucking culture comes from watching TV every day, you’re bombarded with images of things that seem cool, places that seem interesting, people who have jobs and careers and opportunities. None of that happened where I was. You’re almost taught to realize it’s not for you.”
—Trent Reznor of Nine Inch Nails, Rolling Stone, 1994

“I want to make a date movie that results in at least 15 million divorces… I want it to work and live in the area of slightly tongue-in-cheek, but also morally repellent”

—   David Fincher, in the latest issue of Empire Magazine, on his hopes and aims for his latest film, the Ben Affleck and Rosamund Pike-starring marital murder mystery Gone Girl. (via hitsvilleuk)
The Horrors - Sea Within A Sea

m0vingintoblue:

Sea Within A Sea -The Horrors

relationship status: (drives through the night while 80s synthpop plays in the background)

(Source: haunted-by-waters, via compagno-del-lupo)