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you’ve known me your w h o l e life
I didn’t want to talk about what my dad did because it wasn’t like he was directing “All in the Family” or anything. He was doing these crazy films. Mom would pick me up at school wearing this big quilted cape. I felt like I was in a J.D. Salinger story. Dad’s Jewish and Irish, Mom’s German and Scotch. I couldn’t say I was anything. My last name isn’t even Downey. My dad changed his name when he wanted to get into the Army and was underage. My real name is Robert Elias. I feel like I’m still looking for a home in some way. - Robert Downey Jr.
Chris Pratt goes into a studio in Los Angeles, California on August 21st, 2014
Zoe Saldana photographed by Liz Collins for Instyle Hair, April 2013
“To successfully make a shot, you gotta follow and master basic steps. Your stance is the foundation. Where you draw your strength. Nock the arrow and grip. Realize you are wielding a weapon. Mindset. Focus solely on your goal, regardless of your surroundings. Be in the now. Set up and draw. Inhale and prepare for what you are about to do. Anchor and hold. There is no going back. Aim. All that remains is you and your target. Release and follow through. Master those and you hit every time. One last step. Feedback. Basically…take responsibility for the outcome. For every shot.”
you’re picking the wrong side, agent
depends on where you’re standing
I’d like to thank Jeremy Renner for remaining my knight in shining armor.