thebhyphen:

Lizzy Caplan though…

thebhyphen:

Lizzy Caplan though…

Stills of Kat Dennings in Suburban Gothic [x]

fybombshells:

Hedy Lamarr

fybombshells:

Hedy Lamarr

*reblogs for Chai necklace*

*reblogs for Chai necklace*

fohk:

“My advice is to sleep with as many people as possible”
"But that would make me a slut, wouldn’t it?"
"Cecile, everybody does it; it’s just that nobody talks about it"
Cruel Intentions (1999)Roger Kumble

fohk:

My advice is to sleep with as many people as possible”

"But that would make me a slut, wouldn’t it?"

"Cecile, everybody does it; it’s just that nobody talks about it"

Cruel Intentions (1999)
Roger Kumble

Lauren Bacall by John Engstead (1945)

Eva Green by David Bellemere for The Edit Magazine

free-winona:

Winona Ryder speaks out about her struggles with depression and anxiety

notpulpcovers:

I guess I should delete this, then…
browsethestacks:

MPAA Bans Eva Green’s New ‘Sin City’ Poster For Being Too Sexy
"…According to the New York Post’s Page Six , Eva Green’s new Sin City poster has been banned by the Motion Picture Association of American (MPAA) for being too sexy. A source told Page Six that the poster was banned “for nudity — curve of under breast and dark nipple/areola circle visible through sheer gown.”
E! Online reports that the MPAA has not released an official statement on the decision to ban Green’s poster, but that Dimension Films is currently trying to find common ground with the MPAA…”

notpulpcovers:

I guess I should delete this, then…

browsethestacks:

MPAA Bans Eva Green’s New ‘Sin City’ Poster For Being Too Sexy

"…According to the New York Post’s Page Six , Eva Green’s new Sin City poster has been banned by the Motion Picture Association of American (MPAA) for being too sexy. A source told Page Six that the poster was banned “for nudity — curve of under breast and dark nipple/areola circle visible through sheer gown.”

E! Online reports that the MPAA has not released an official statement on the decision to ban Green’s poster, but that Dimension Films is currently trying to find common ground with the
MPAA…”