Elle. 21. Journalism major. This is what I look like. Two souls in one. Obsessed with movies and music. I post an eclectic mix of attractive males and leading ladies. Fincher fanatic.
Currently: Teen Wolf, Derek x Stiles, Summer 2012 Movies
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50 Favorite Movies of All Time (in no particular order) → #5 SHE’S THE MAN; Andy Fickman  ~”Just remember, inside every girl, there’s a boy. That came out wrong but you know what I mean.”
The unlikeliest of A-list Hollywood idols, James Franco has spent the majority of his mainstream career living a double life as an art-world provocateur, probing the recesses of his own fame through a series of increasingly out-there performance art pieces. And more often than not, these pieces veer toward gay themes.
The latest example, detailed in a new piece from Indiewire, sees the star of the upcoming Oz: The Great and Powerful working with Travis Mathews, an erotic art-film director. Franco approached Mathews to oversee a project that would attempt to re-create 40 minutes of lost footage from Cruising — a 1980 William Friedkin film starring Al Pacino as an NYPD officer who goes deep undercover into the gay leather scene to catch a serial killer. (via)
One of my canvas paintings just fell off my wall (I guess I didn’t use enough mounting tape) and it about gave me a fucking heart attack.
For a split second: MY DORM ROOM IS HAUNTED.