This is something that might be overlooked technically — every time Justin is on the right side of frame, Mark’s on the left side of frame, and halfway through the scene Justin moves to the left side of frame, and Mark moves to the right side of frame. This was heavily orchestrated when we were on set. This is not something that’s by accident, or something that just happened because the actors wanted to move individually. This is an orchestrated scene. Watch, so Justin moves to the left side of frame — cuts back, and Mark is over there. This is… [laughs] just so wonderful, I mean, you almost feel like how could anybody else be making movies if they’re not thinking about stuff like this? He moves back, I move back. It’s — it’s just incredible, when I was on set I had no idea of the millions of things that were happening around me that were making this movie, I just happened to overhear that this was what they were doing. I happened to overhear it. If I didn’t overhear it, I never would have known, and I’d watch the movie a hundred times and wouldn’t pick up on it because I just don’t… pick up on things like that.
— Jesse Eisenberg, The Social Network Audio Commentary
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“And the seventh thing, I like the most that you do, You make me love you”
“Well, I’m not that good looking. I’m a pretty weird looking guy. I know that but that’s the magic of movies. If you play somebody who’s the romantic lead, it casts that spell and people believe that about you but it’s not true. Every role I got up until The Notebook was the weirdo freak psychopath nerd outsider character guy. I was playing Neo Nazis and gay football players and doing a bunch of weird kids’ TV”. - Ryan Gosling
“Why don’t we continue this over coffee?” — “Wren, I have a boyfriend now.” — “Fine. How about tea?”
“I feel like young girls are told they have to be this kind of princess and be all this sweet stuff. I identify with more of being a warrior princess, so if I had to be a princess, I’d have to kick some ass first. That would have a lot of people terrified.” — Emma Watson