Lizzy Caplan - Marie Claire - June 2014

Lizzy Caplan - Marie Claire - June 2014










I’m at my sister’s place in Trondheim, and my sister and brother-in-law brought the youngest kid to my brother-in-law’s twin’s house, bc their childhood bestie is in town for the weekend, and so they left me candy, coke and orders to rent any movie I wanted on iTunes or The Walking Dead if I wanted to, so I’m watching Submarine and playing the Kardashian game on my iPad 8D

my sister and her hubby are such pleasant people omg

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if you give me a task with no deadline i will literally never do it but if you give me a deadline i will get it done exactly 1 hour before the deadline even if the deadline is in six years

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It’s not every day an A-lister admits that desperation fueled his or her filmography, but in a new book, The Art of Discovery: Hollywood Stars Reveal Their Inspirations, everyone from Diane Kruger to Miles Teller to Zoe Saldana reveals the precise moment when he or she chose fame—come hell or high water […] Amber Heard says. “I fought for it because I needed to feed myself. I didn’t even get that audition. My alternative was to return home and give up. I sat on my couch and I looked out the window and I realized I had nothing else.” (x)

It’s not every day an A-lister admits that desperation fueled his or her filmography, but in a new book, The Art of Discovery: Hollywood Stars Reveal Their Inspirations, everyone from Diane Kruger to Miles Teller to Zoe Saldana reveals the precise moment when he or she chose fame—come hell or high water […] Amber Heard says. “I fought for it because I needed to feed myself. I didn’t even get that audition. My alternative was to return home and give up. I sat on my couch and I looked out the window and I realized I had nothing else.” (x)