I love Hugh Grant, Colin Firth, and Cillian Murphy. and I'm MCR fan. I usually upload Hugh Grant photograph. my mother tongue isn't English but I can speak. If you want, Please contact me anybody! talking with someone who have same interest will be fun:) I don't own any pictures so you can reblog or retag whatever you want.



This is so cool! The movie that I shot with Hugh Grant, Marisa Tomei and Allison Janney just released it’s first trailer. Look out for me. I’m the guys who’s NOT a sexy girl ;)


getting to know meme ★— five musical movies [3/5]
     ↳ music and lyrics (2007)

a melody is like seeing someone for the first time. the physical attraction; sex. but then, as you get to know the person, that’s the lyrics. their story, who they are underneath. it’s the combination of the two that makes it magic.


Samuel: Can’t you give her something for the pain?!

Dr. Kosevich: You don’t want natural childbirth?

Samuel: No!

Dr. Kosevich: Okay. Uh, you want anastasia? [means to say anesthesia]

Samuel: What?

Dr. Kosevich: Drugs? Yes?

Samuel: Yes!

Dr. Kosevich: Okay, all right. Give me a moment then. I’m thinking.

Samuel: What do you mean, you don’t know?

Dr. Kosevich: Kind of.

Dr. Kosevich: Oh, God. I can’t take the pressure. Don’t yell at me.

Samuel: Yes, yes, yes, it’s fine.

Dr. Kosevich: Oh, valium.

Samuel: Valium’s no good for her!

Dr. Kosevich: No, for me.

Samuel: No!


Harpers & Queen, January 1987, ‘Queen’s Counsel: New faces for 1987’: the three unknown new stars of Maurice, profiled on the Maurice set by Mira Stout

The third and last of my H&Q Maurice posts. And probably the least popular – because who on Tumblr loves Clive Durham? (A few kind souls do, actually, but you know what I mean.)

But we do learn one reason why Hugh may have remained slightly aloof from James’ and Rupert’s adorable on-set goofing (see posts 1/3 and 2/3) and didn’t form a close friendship the way James and Rupert did. Hugh, it seems, was otherwise occupied… ;)

1/3 James Wilby (and more info) here

2/3 Rupert Graves here (with his own graphic, but the style is different from those above)


‘Where Wilby is open-natured, Hugh Grant’s Clive is disarmingly shut. Among the assets he brings to this cerebral, slippery-hearted and rather constipated role are wit and an amazing head of hair (his beauty and ruthless flirting caused consternation among the girls on set, who went to extraordinary lengths to pursue him). Grant, 26, went to Oxford, where he says he was “a prat”, constantly gatecrashing parties; he neglected his studies, but did win his first film role, as Lord Adrian in Privileged, which was followed by a smattering of television. “I cast him for his intelligence, his humour and his accent,” says James Ivory. Grant also belongs to a comedy revue group, the Jockeys of Norfolk, who have worked with Mel Smith and Griff Rhys Jones,* and will be seen on Tyne Tees television later this year.’

*Note: Mel Smith and Griff Rhys Jones were big names in British TV comedy in the 1980s, thanks to the sketch shows Not the Nine O’Clock News and Alas Smith and Jones.

New edits/graphics by me.