markoruffalo:

Mutants. Since the discovery of their existence they have been regarded with fear, suspicion, often hatred. Across the planet, debate rages. Are mutants the next link in the evolutionary chain… or simply a new species of humanity fighting for their share of the world?

(vía eiri-house)

fuckyeahcherik:

fassys:

"It’s easy to work with James. It’s not like we need to discuss anything beforehand. If I’ve got an idea, I don’t have to warn him that I’m going to do something ‘cause I know he’ll react to it in the scene. It’s just a very responsive experience, and I think a very relaxed working relationship that we’ve got as well. We were just bummed that we didn’t have more stuff to do, really." - Michael Fassbender

These two need to do another project together. I would really love to see their acting chops in something else!!

(vía eiri-house)

gradientlair:

dynamicafrica:

Lupita Nyong’o lands her first ever Vogue magazine cover.

Whilst not a throwback post, this is still history in the making. She’s won multiple awards, is the new face of beauty brand Lancome, has acquired the rights to produce Chimamanda Adichie’s ‘Americanah’, bringing it to celluloid, is starring in the latest Star Wars flick and now, she’s on the cover of American Vogue.

If you, like us, follow her on instagram you probably noticed that she was recently in Morocco. Whilst we know she was taking a vacation, we also now know that Nyong’o was hard at work shooting for her spread in Vogue, photographed by Mikael Jansson.

Don’t quote us on this but we think she’s the first ever Kenyan actress to land this cover and one of the few African women to do so, aside from Iman and Alek Wek.

Read about her interview with Vogue, to appear in the July issue.

Beautiful. Remarkable. 

(vía tazz-dieudonne)