Lady Gaga And Beyonce Knowles on set of the music video shoot for “Telephone”. Gaga and Beyonce filmed acting, performance and dancing scenes inside a a desert road side diner on the outskirts of LA then the duo filmed scenes inside a truck named the “Pussy Wagon”. The truck is the same one used by Uma Thurman in the film “Kill Bill” and now owned by Quinten Tarintino who loaned it to Lady GaGa for the video shoot. Actor/Model Tyreese was also seen on set during Diner scene. The next day Lady Gaga filmed a female prison shower scene for the video.
our saturday night adventure went something like this: got drinks at durty nellys, bought weed in multiple forms at a nearby cafe, went to the ground level bar at the grasshopper, watched a guy do a striptease on a table, bought more drinks, got high, pole danced to “tik tok” in front of the entire bar (at one point with a creepy guy on the table with us), nearly got into a fist fight with a couple of assholes in the red light district, and spent the rest of the night walking everywhere searching for pastries, only to find amazing waffles two stores down from where we started. then i had a life-changing shower and sat on my bed staring at the wall for at least an hour, contemplating the intensity of being alive.
i heard this song in a merlin/arthur music video, and i loved it immediately. i have no idea what it’s about, because i can’t figure out what the singer’s saying, but i feel like the melody alone captures all of my ships.
i love this movie so much, and i’m SO happy it won best drama. idgaf if james cameron is an arrogant douche — he deserved that and best director.
to celebrate, i’m reading the script FOX released a few weeks ago. it must be one of the final drafts, because there aren’t any significant differences from the version of the film that was released. there are a couple of extra scenes, though, and two of the ones that i really love take place during the final battle:
Norm, firing as he retreats, is HIT. He collapses, his avatar body mortally wounded as —
HYDRAULIC FEET approach, passing the bodies of direhorses and Na’vi hunters. Norm painfully tries to load another magazine, panting in fear and pain as —
AN AMPSUIT stomps up. Aims its cannon point blank. B-BLAM!
The top of Norm’s LINK bangs open. He reels out, collapsing onto the floor, clutching himself as if he can still feel the pain of death.
He sits, huddled, shivering — crazed.
TSU’TEY lies gasping, mortally injured. He looks up, grimacing, as an ampsuit looms over him.
LYLE WAINFLEET reaches down and grabs Tsu’tey by his queue, lifting him painfully.
WAINFLEET I hear this is worse than death for you, chief.
WAINFLEET cuts Tsu’tey’s queue off near the base. TSU’TEY SCREAMS in agony, his nervous system exploding on overload. Grinning, Lyle holds up the queue — Tsu’tey’s only connection to the world-consciousness which is his life.
i really wish they’d taken the movie that far. those two scenes would have been so powerful on screen.
It’s what what got me out of bed in the morning, it helped scribble some colour into the otherwise depressing, grey monotony that is my life. But now, something seems to be overtaking you, stealing from me your attention and your heart and now I’m afraid to even call you for fear that you won’t pick up. I’m glad that you’re moving on with your life and continuing to be happy, I really am, I’m just a little sad that I’m one of the things you decided to leave behind.
You’ll look at me and for a moment, you don’t recognize me and then you say something like, “I swear, I know you.” And you do. Then, we’ll spend so much with each other. You’ll fall in love with me just as I fell in love with you. But I’m going to break your heart just as you broke mine. I hope then, you’ll realize how much you hurt me and how much you missed out. Then, later on. We see each other again. We’re forty-somethings, with a family, married, and have children. Then, we have an intense, hot affair, realizing that we were made for each other anyway.