I’m insanely behind on reviews (sorry! I meant to get Thor and Something Borrowed up before their release dates, but finals took over my life), so I figured I’d post something of my own to keep this blog alive.
This is Act I of a script I’ve been working on this semester for my feature writing class. It’s called The Fame Monster, and it’s supposed to be a (very inaccurate) biopic about Lady Gaga. I have the rest of the screenplay outlined, but we only had to turn in Act I for the final, so here it is. It’s still rough, as I haven’t received notes on it, but hopefully having this in the works this will kickstart my writing this summer!
“Just in case any of you were wondering if I ever lip sync during my shows, the answer is no. I never lip sync, I never have lip synced, and I never will. And as long as you’re paying money to buy a ticket to see my show, I’m not gonna waste your goddamn time watching some bitch lip sync her way to an HBO special.”—Lady Gaga, on Lady Gaga Presents the Monster Ball Tour: At Madison Square Garden, HBO (via mattchew03)
going to the beach. holding hands. long walks at night. gardens and forests. eating at upscale restaurants. trying new food. maxi dresses. driving windows down and singing at the top of my lungs. trendy brunch cafes. europe. flirting. gourmet cupcakes. hiking. waterfalls. warm summer nights. watching movies before their release date. short hair. tattoos. piercings on guys. lying on the grass and stargazing. ’50s fashion. walking around pantsless. photobooths. deep conversations. good jokes. heels. hands on the small of my back. breathtaking views. losing myself in a song. feeling wanted. kayaking. loose t-shirts. bikini tops. reading a good book. social media. gay rights. afternoon tea. movies that make me cry. daydreaming. karaoke. writing about things i’m passionate about. the entertainment industry. having conversations with smart people. trying new hairstyles. happy hour. walking around on sunny days with my headphones in.
“When the royal family deprived Diana of her HRH (Her Royal Highness) title, following her divorce from Prince Charles in 1996, William, aged 14, is reported to have said: ‘Don’t worry, Mummy, I will give it back to you when I am king.’”—