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Everybody in the water, Lizzy Stewart

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Favourite People: Steve Buscemi
↳ "When I get cast, I always flip to the end of the script to see if my character gets beaten up or killed."

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a true fact about spiders is they can’t run for extended periods of time because they have asthma. all spiders are nerds. even tarantulas. have you ever seen a spider dating a hot babe? i doubt it. spider flashing his cash in the club? nope. spider pulling up beside you at the lights in a lamborghini? never happened. they’ve got so many eyes because they love reading. nerds. all of them.

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You once said that where a person lives tends to affect them. Los Angeles is a very particular, peculiar environment. What is it about this city that appeals to you?

Number one, the intense light. Also the different feelings in the air. But like every place it’s always changing. And it takes longer to appreciate L.A. than a lot of cities, because it’s so spread out, and every area has its own mood. What I really like about it is, from time to time, if you drive around - especially at night - you can get a little gust of wind of the great days of the silver screen. All there in, like, living memory. It just makes you wish that you’d lived in those times. I think that if you could go back, that’s the one place that you want to go back to. Maybe they didn’t appreciate it at the time, but it was an incredible place to be at the beginning of cinema. - David Lynch

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"The 90’s: Take Two" comic by Melinda Tracy Boyce!
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"The 90’s: Take Two" comic by Melinda Tracy Boyce!



seventeen magazine, march 1995
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seventeen magazine, march 1995

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