Jimmy: We had great chemistry of each other and who knew because I didn’t know Tina that well. I just knew her from.. she used to write sketches for me.
Amy: Tina and Jimmy had like a moonlighting quality where there was the kind of woman in charge and the boy-man who was trying to, kind of, figure it all out.
I know all my shoes are black but hnnnng.
Late night. Went to see Michael Sheen’s Hamlet at the Young Vic. Absolutely brilliant. The best I’ve seen for years and years. It’s for those with eyes to see, something some critics clearly don’t have. But, then again, what’s new. They tend to like their tidy little boxes and rigid rules. Thus production breaks so many rules and yet, maintains a delirious dream- like quality that makes more sense of madness than any production I’ve seen. Oh, yes, it’s also very funny and moving.
Afterwards dinner with MS. He is one of the truly gifted actors and an extraordinary enthusiast for thought and engagement.
-Terry Gilliam talks about Michael Sheen
I agree with Terry. Hamlet was incredible and kept me up very late into several nights thinking about it. The power Michael Sheen has on stage just unbelievable.
Well, trying to be. We’ll see how things pan out in the next few weeks, but I really need something to keep my mind off drama schools right now.
I got my Kirsten D a million G’s
Fly 23’s, Mercedes E’s,
Penthouse parties, Prada Tees,
and a Chriscraft 43 to sail the seven seas
Just livin’ it up on the west side
Everybodys just chillin’ pool side
While my rhymes are going world wide
K.D and me are gonna do some slip and slide
Parnell’s rap about his life with Kirsten Dunst
All cowardice comes from not loving or not loving well which is the same thing, and when the man is brave and true who looks death square in the face […], it is because they love with sufficient passion to push death out of their minds, until it returns as it does with all men. Then you must make really good love again…. Think about it.