ELLE’s 21st Annual Women In Hollywood Celebration (Oct 20, 2014)
Dunst: “We met at a wedding!
Schwartman: “At Sofia’s wedding!”
Dunst: “We were dancing on the speakers!”
Schwartzman: “It was 1998.”
Dunst: I was only 16!”
Schwartzman: “I was 17 and a half. We sat next to eachother at dinner.”
Dunst: “In the kids’ section.”
I think, you know, as an actor we get these terribly sort of pretentious ideas in our heads. We try to take everything very seriously at first, you know, until we lighten up, we get on board, and have a laugh.
Rosamund Pike photographed by Nadav Kander
Eva Green, photographed by David Bellemere for L’Express Styles, Oct 21, 2014.
(click the image for extremely high-res photo.)
Jodie Foster, 1979
David Yates’s most vivid memory of Emma is watching her suddenly let go of her steely professionalism and for once just be young and free. They were filming a death scene from Hallows Part 2 on a freezing-cold beach in Wales. The actors were miserable, especially Emma, who hates the cold and dislikes getting wet even more. But out of nowhere, he recalls, “she ran into the icy water and stood there, holding herself against the waves with her arms outstretched, just laughing.” In that brief moment he got a sense of what it must be like to have a multibillion-dollar industry dependent on your every move and be only nineteen years old.
Robert Redford & Natalie Wood in “This property is condemned”
La dolce vita (1960) dir. Federico Fellini