You can’t repeat the past. Can’t repeat the past? Why, of course you can.
50 FICTIONAL DESTINATIONS YOU CAN ACTUALLY VISIT: http://shortlist.com/cool-stuff/virals/50-fictional-destinations-you-can-actually-visit
|—||F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Great Gatsby (via feellng)|
An admitted workaholic, Joel says he finds it difficult to just sit around and do nothing during the long waiting periods on a film set, and usually fills the time by industriously writing story treatments and scripts. He started fleshing out “The Square” in Ireland whilst filming “King Arthur;” spent many hours in the desert during “Zero Dark Thirty” revising the script for “Felony;” and wrote “Weirdo,” the film he plans to direct next year, whilst filming “The Thing” in Canada.
Describing life on a film set, he says, “It’s very mundane, in general. There’s a lot of waiting around. As an actor, you’re not using your brain all day long.”
"You’re often just waiting around on set for hours waiting for lights to be set up. There’s a responsibility on yourself to fill that time somehow.”
— Photos: Joel trying various ways to kill some time on the set of “The Great Gatsby”
|—||F. Scott Fitzgerald, Flappers and Philosophers. (via mysharona1987)|
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