On break from filming In the Heart of the Sea, November 21, La Gomera (photo by Erasmo Gamez)
Petition to have Stanley Tucci host the Oscars as Caesar Flickerman.
Everything just needs to get back to how it was before.
Admittedly not one of Cillian’s prettiest photoshoots, here’s the last full size by David Bailey for Icon magazine. (why Bailey, whyyyy?)
But the interview is a great read with lots of oddball questions: Do you ever feel guilty? Did you get hit on as Kitten? What’s with the toothpick? What kind of singer are you? It’s under the cut, roughly translated from Italian. If you missed the other photos, they’re in the Icon tag.
Are there important decisions that you put off?
No. Maybe that’s a macho thing, I’m instinctive.
^^ Which would explain some of his film choices. :D It was a great read tho. 2 day old socks and idiots on treadmills. LOL If you haven’t clicked through to read it, just do it.
"We look straight down on Walt as he tumbles into frame, lying flat on his back on the floor, his eyes staring up at us, lifeless. And yet, his final expression is one of faint satisfaction. We continue skyward, looking down on Walt, rising as high as we can go. Of this image slowly fading to black, end series." [x]
Cillian Murphy by Christian Oita for Clash, 2012
Clash magazine distributed a special limited edition issue at the Cannes film festival in May 2013. It included an interview with Cillian, a follow up to his 2012 Clash cover. Some new info about what it was like to work with a predominantly female cast/crew on Cry/Fly, learning falconry and how he felt about shaving off the Misterman beard! (X)
With fans in La Gomera last Thursday (looks like he nicked Elsa’s Ray Bans)
Cillian Murphy’s Jonathan Crane: trying to find a fuck since 2005
Spaceship For Sale, Greenwich Village, NYC
Leaving the set of In the Heart of the Sea, Nov 18, La Gomera
Cillian and fans in La Gomera today (I think) (X)