Posts tagged with actress

Olivia Wilde

Olivia Wilde

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Remember Thora Birch?

Remember Thora Birch?

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Emma Watson in black and white

Emma Watson in black and white

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Alexis Knapp, a punch

Alexis Knapp, a punch

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Emily Brown, because she’s gorgeous

Emily Brown, because she’s gorgeous

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Bella Heathcote

Bella Heathcote

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Louise Bourgoin

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Louise Bourgoin

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Rita Hayworth, because why not (via HULK PRESENTS)

Rita Hayworth, because why not (via HULK PRESENTS)

Source: filmcrithulk.wordpress.com

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Jessica Szohr was eating a burger.

Jessica Szohr was eating a burger.

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Natalie Dormer

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Three times Jennifer Lawrence in black and white. 
I watched House at The End of The Street the other day, starring the Jennifer Lawrence. I don’t know if I’d call it a horror movie. I don’t know if I liked the movie either. I can say miss Lawrence was probably the only good thing about it.
Anyway, I thought that movie was a remake, but I was mistaken. It’s probably because I’m always confusing this movie with The Last House on The Left, which is an actual remake of a movie of the same name directed and written by Wes Craven back in 1972. That movie is quite a bit more disturbing than House at The End of The Street.
As we started the post talking about Jennifer Lawrence, let’s end it with a gif of her in that movie I didn’t like.

Three times Jennifer Lawrence in black and white. 

I watched House at The End of The Street the other day, starring the Jennifer Lawrence. I don’t know if I’d call it a horror movie. I don’t know if I liked the movie either. I can say miss Lawrence was probably the only good thing about it.

Anyway, I thought that movie was a remake, but I was mistaken. It’s probably because I’m always confusing this movie with The Last House on The Left, which is an actual remake of a movie of the same name directed and written by Wes Craven back in 1972. That movie is quite a bit more disturbing than House at The End of The Street.

As we started the post talking about Jennifer Lawrence, let’s end it with a gif of her in that movie I didn’t like.

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Natalie Dormer

Source: staringatstarsontheceiling

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Chloe Moretz, wink wink

Source: celebritiesandmovies

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Natalie Dormer in V Magazine by Nathaniel Goldberg. Isn’t it weird how when you look at a photo of Natalie, your brain kinda disconnects. It’s like you can’t think, and nop, that thing you think you’re thinking when you look at her is not really a thought. It’s pure evil!

Natalie Dormer in V Magazine by Nathaniel Goldberg. Isn’t it weird how when you look at a photo of Natalie, your brain kinda disconnects. It’s like you can’t think, and nop, that thing you think you’re thinking when you look at her is not really a thought. It’s pure evil!

Source: dailyactress

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