Charlie: Don’t do this, Madison. Deep down, there must still be some good in you.
Madison Lee: I was never… good.
I was Great.
Part Of My 27 Piece: Winehouse, Cobain, Joplin, & Hendrix
Myself As: James Dean, 90s Bad Kid, & Clint Eastwood
The writer and director is about to be honoured for his track record in creating strong roles for women. But listen to a speech he gave seven years ago, and ask yourself why so little has changed in the entertainment industry
You may love Joss Whedon for creating the vampire-slaying kick-ass female hero Buffy, or maybe for his film Marvel Avengers Assemble just last year but I became one of the screenwriter, director and producer’s biggest fans when I first heard this thank-you speech, made after campaign group Equality Now honoured him for his work in 2006.
You may say that the fact that he is about to be honoured again at next week’s inaugural Make Equality Reality event in Beverly Hills is a slim pretext for airing a seven-year-old speech. And you would be right. But the fact that he could plausibly make the same speech again seems a good enough reason to run it again. For, really, which one of the points he makes is no longer valid?
When Meryl Streep Introduces You, You KNOW You Have Made It.
We Are The Music Makers,
And We Are The Dreamers Of Dreams…
Joss Whedon (via dayman-ah-ah-ah)
|Anonymous asked: are you gay? :P just wondering|
Not a usual question I receive on Tumblr Mr. or Mrs. Smith =] however, Yes, I have been gay since I was 7 Winters.
I knew in 2nd grade, I had a crush on a boy named Michael Palermo he was great at Kick Ball =] and I have been out since early Sophomore year in High School.
An Incredible Film. Beautifully Balanced, Phenomenal Portrayals, & Moments Of Reality Which Are Unforgettable.
A Story Of Family, Dysfunctional, But Family.
I’m a strong independent introvert who don’t need no social life