Sometimes I refuse to believe you're 17. Cause it just means in 10 years you will be even more witty, amusing and amazing and I don't know if the world could handle such awesomeness. ................................. You're Clint Eastwood pretending to be a teenage girl in Texas aren't you... o_o Shhhhhh Clint, it's okay.. your secret is safe with me. <3
UH UH I DON’T KNOW WHAT YOU SPEAK OF. WHO IS CLINT EASTWOOD? IS HE RELATED TO CLINT WESTWOOD? I AM CERTAINLY NOT HIM. NOPE.
I think Tim did "I Am Number Four" cause he wouldn't need to act at all. I am convinced that's what he's like in real life. He hates Alex who is basically his kid. And is always like GOD WHY DO YOU ALWAYS NEED THINGS GOD. WHAT IS THIS? FEELINGS? UGH GO DIE. Also, that scene with the phone, I thought he was going to go, "This is a cell phone, I don't know how it works so basically if you annoy me, I will beat you to death with it." -this is my angry face, and btw look at my tattoo that is totally present in every scene to remind people I'm special too even tho I keep railing on you to be discreet-
I agree, he did it so he and Mrs. Olyphant would have a few extra bucks for a nice summer vacation but he didn’t want to work too hard, so this role was perfect. He said he hasn’t even read the book so clearly he wasn’t trying too hard. And yet he was still the best part of that movie. Beating A Pettyfer with a phone would have increased that film’s excitement factor tenfold.
"Another thing I learned? That scene where Olyphant's Raylan was strung up by one leg like a pinata? That was Olyphant's suggestion -- and it was shot in very few, very short, very intense takes."
This interviewer lies. Tim doesn't have suggestions! He has brain damage.
If I were a Justified writer, I would catalogue all of Tim’s suggestions so that I would be sure to do the exact opposite of them tbh. Luckily that scene worked. Maybe Jeremy Davies seized the opportunity to actually hit Tim with the bat a few times before they finished.
omg tim just gets out of the car and slams the door and then she got out of the same door he’s so mean. but mrs. olyphant is like a queen she’s lovely!!
lolomgfgkjgh,mn he was probably trying to make a break for it so he slammed the door and was going to run away but she was too fast for him so he just pretended like he was going to get his wardrobe and sign autographs but in his mind he was like curse you Mrs. Olyphant!! curse you!!!!!
OMG I LOVE YOU. I would have made him write a letter apologizing.
yeah, we’re only supposed to make them write letters to us (the staff) if they wrong us personally. like, this same little punk told one of my coworkers that he wasn’t going to listen to her because she’s a woman (he’s totally misogynistic and he’s like 12) so she made him write a letter to her, to his mom, and to the other three female staff members we have for insulting women. it was awesome.
The most important/lead actors on the show are mentioned first and last because those are the two spots that get the most attention. the "and" is to signify that it's the last actor credit in the title sequence (therefore lookit me, its important)
Ah, of course! Walton deserves it, he’s the backbone of the show.
the elusive mrs. olyphant!
I love how Mrs. Olyphant takes the time to greet the assistants and helpers and Timmy O just grabs his wardrobe so he can hurry and sign some autographs because that’s what the people want. Such a beautiful relationship :’)
“I’ve got to be totally selfish about this one, James came up with a good one that he would sort of spread love everywhere, which I thought was good. But I’d like to fly. So maybe I could sort of give him a piggyback and he could spread love all over as I’m flying all over the place.”—
Michael Fassbender (his answer for ET’s question “What mutant power would you like to have” on the red carpet for X-Men: First Class)