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(Deslidefied)   These celebrities went to great lengths for their movie roles, including piercing their privates and wrapping a belt around their knees   ( deslide.clusterfake.net) divider line
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2017-09-28 01:57:48 AM  

mekkab: Technical note: deslide is not working for me in Firefox or Chrome.


Link changed to source.
 
2017-09-28 09:59:53 AM  
The belt around the knees to walk like Marilyn Monroe? So sharp knees?
 
2017-09-28 11:03:49 AM  
I love the story of Lawrence Olivier and Dustin Hoffman from the Marathon Man. Hoffman stayed awake for 72 hours because his character had. Olivier said, "My dear boy, why don't you just try acting?"
 
2017-09-28 11:33:34 AM  
Rooney Mara pierced her privates.

Mara cut her hair, died it black, bleached her eyebrows, and pierced her nipples to play infamous computer hacker, Lisbeth Salander, in "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo."


Someone contact the idiot author and inform them that your boobs are not your "privates".
 
2017-09-28 11:58:06 AM  
Hugh Laurie spoke with his American accent all the time while HOUSE was in production, both on set and
in normal life.
 
2017-09-28 12:25:14 PM  
Technical note: deslide is not working for me in Firefox or Chrome.
 
2017-09-28 12:25:48 PM  

Walker: Rooney Mara pierced her privates.

Mara cut her hair, died it black, bleached her eyebrows, and pierced her nipples to play infamous computer hacker, Lisbeth Salander, in "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo."

Someone contact the idiot author and inform them that your boobs are not your "privates".


Definitely not mine for sure....
 
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2017-09-28 12:27:46 PM  

mekkab: Technical note: deslide is not working for me in Firefox or Chrome.


Not working for me in Safari either.
 
2017-09-28 12:28:28 PM  

mekkab: Technical note: deslide is not working for me in Firefox or Chrome.


Or Ghostery. I get the first slide, nothing else. Clicked on the Deslide button, got more of the same. I'll try it at my computer instead and see if that works.
 
2017-09-28 12:29:06 PM  

DjangoStonereaver: Hugh Laurie spoke with his American accent all the time while HOUSE was in production, both on set and
in normal life.


More importantly: Walking with the limp all the time gave him real problems with his knees so he developed a real limp.  Eagle-eyed viewers will also note that during the run of the show, he switched which leg he "limped" with, in order to ameliorate the damage he was doing.

mekkab: Technical note: deslide is not working for me in Firefox or Chrome.


Ditto here.  I had to follow through to the original article to see it. :(
 
2017-09-28 12:29:44 PM  
Also for me, deslidey no workie.
 
2017-09-28 12:31:21 PM  

Walker: Rooney Mara pierced her privates.

Mara cut her hair, died it black, bleached her eyebrows, and pierced her nipples to play infamous computer hacker, Lisbeth Salander, in "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo."

Someone contact the idiot author and inform them that your boobs are not your "privates".


More importantly, it'd better that she pierced her own, rather than someone else's. THAT'S dedication.
 
2017-09-28 12:34:08 PM  
"He entered the room, and he could not see at all," Villeneuve told the Wall Street Journal. "He was walking with an assistant, very slowly. It was like seeing Jesus walking into a temple. Everybody became super silent, and there was a kind of sacred moment. Everyone was in awe."

srsly?
 
2017-09-28 12:43:29 PM  
well, hell the damn deslided website ain't coming up for me
 
2017-09-28 12:43:35 PM  
Even tried IE, as well as opening in Incognito Mode on Chrome. No dice. Same with that hideous Microsoft Edge. Maybe Netscape... Excuse me while I fire up the time machine to go test this.
 
2017-09-28 12:47:31 PM  

Walker


Someone contact the idiot author and inform them that your boobs are not your "privates".


Well, they're not publics.
 
2017-09-28 12:58:42 PM  
DANIEL DAY-LEWIS TEXTED AS ABRAHAM LINCOLN.

When he played the 16th president in "Lincoln," the British actor kept his American accent going the entire shoot, and began signing texts "Yours, A."


Oh my God, such dedication, I could NEVER add a signature to my text messages... Seriously, they mention actual extreme shiat he's done, but go with this silly bullshiat(I finally broke down and just viewed the original slideshow)?
 
2017-09-28 01:02:43 PM  

Mikey1969: DANIEL DAY-LEWIS TEXTED AS ABRAHAM LINCOLN.

When he played the 16th president in "Lincoln," the British actor kept his American accent going the entire shoot, and began signing texts "Yours, A."

Oh my God, such dedication, I could NEVER add a signature to my text messages... Seriously, they mention actual extreme shiat he's done, but go with this silly bullshiat(I finally broke down and just viewed the original slideshow)?


Yeah, I don't really picture Lincoln sending a lot of text messages. He was more of a meme maker than anything.
 
2017-09-28 01:16:05 PM  

amindtat: Yeah, I don't really picture Lincoln sending a lot of text messages. He was more of a meme maker than anything.


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2017-09-28 01:21:40 PM  

amindtat: Mikey1969: DANIEL DAY-LEWIS TEXTED AS ABRAHAM LINCOLN.

When he played the 16th president in "Lincoln," the British actor kept his American accent going the entire shoot, and began signing texts "Yours, A."

Oh my God, such dedication, I could NEVER add a signature to my text messages... Seriously, they mention actual extreme shiat he's done, but go with this silly bullshiat(I finally broke down and just viewed the original slideshow)?

Yeah, I don't really picture Lincoln sending a lot of text messages. He was more of a meme maker than anything.


Anything's a text message is you're brave enough.
 
2017-09-28 01:24:46 PM  
Ed Harris learned how to paint to play Jackson Pollock?

When did Pollock actually know how to paint?
 
2017-09-28 01:32:48 PM  
Jennifer Tilly had the USC football team pull a train on her to prepare for her role as Clara Bow in Return to Babylon.
 
2017-09-28 01:52:19 PM  
can't think of the name of the 1950's movie about characters on a plane but a blonde haired actress who was playing a older woman and/or former prostitute plucked her eyebrows and painted over them half arsed for the movie. the eyebrows never grew back.
 
2017-09-28 02:04:56 PM  
DiCaprio didn't let a few shards of glass in his hand slow him down.
During the filming of "Django Unchained," producer Stacy Sher told Variety the actor accidentally slammed his hand on a table so hard he broke a glass, injuring his hand in the process. Instead of stopping, DiCaprio carried on and the performance made it into the final edit.
"Blood was dripping down his hand," said Sher. "He never broke character. He kept going. He was in such a zone. It was very intense. He required stitches."


Martin Sheen laughs at the pretender.
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2017-09-28 02:29:29 PM  

DjangoStonereaver: Hugh Laurie spoke with his American accent all the time while HOUSE was in production, both on set and
in normal life.


I suspect it isn't that uncommon.  Brad Dourif [Wormtougue] didn't drop his "Lord of the Rings" accent until done with all his lines.  Elijah Wood said he had no idea he was an American until he dropped the accent when done (then again Elijah was notorious for botching the accent, maybe he should have tried it).
 
2017-09-28 02:41:09 PM  
After finding out that Deslide isn't working. I was going to copy and paste the text of the slideshow to this comment thread, but strangely the site isn't letting me highlight the text or even click on any of the links in the text. I'm on a tablet, so that the problem might simply be with the mobile browser, but now I'm curious. Has the site prevented anyone using a desktop or laptop from highlighting or interacting with the text?
 
2017-09-28 03:08:54 PM  

Moderator: mekkab: Technical note: deslide is not working for me in Firefox or Chrome.

Link changed to source.


Now the link goes to the last slide though, unless that's just me.

darklingscribe: After finding out that Deslide isn't working. I was going to copy and paste the text of the slideshow to this comment thread, but strangely the site isn't letting me highlight the text or even click on any of the links in the text. I'm on a tablet, so that the problem might simply be with the mobile browser, but now I'm curious. Has the site prevented anyone using a desktop or laptop from highlighting or interacting with the text?


Highlighting works fine to me on Chrome on PC.
 
2017-09-28 03:34:19 PM  

SirSigsegV: Moderator: mekkab: Technical note: deslide is not working for me in Firefox or Chrome.

Link changed to source.

Now the link goes to the last slide though, unless that's just me.

darklingscribe: After finding out that Deslide isn't working. I was going to copy and paste the text of the slideshow to this comment thread, but strangely the site isn't letting me highlight the text or even click on any of the links in the text. I'm on a tablet, so that the problem might simply be with the mobile browser, but now I'm curious. Has the site prevented anyone using a desktop or laptop from highlighting or interacting with the text?

Highlighting works fine to me on Chrome on PC.


It jumped to the last slide for me as well. Went through it backwards.
 
2017-09-28 03:45:52 PM  

ZMugg: Ed Harris learned how to paint to play Jackson Pollock?

When did Pollock actually know how to paint?


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While his "Jack the Dripper" phase dominates what most people know about him, he was, in fact, a talented painter who experimented with surrealist and cubist styles before moving into the purely abstract.

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2017-09-28 03:49:45 PM  
No mention of Tom Hardy packing on about 30 pounds of muscle while shooting "Bronson"?

Not before, during, because they needed him slim at the start then beefy for the last two acts.
 
2017-09-28 03:56:37 PM  

Flappyhead: No mention of Tom Hardy packing on about 30 pounds of muscle while shooting "Bronson"?

Not before, during, because they needed him slim at the start then beefy for the last two acts.


Or Hanks losing close to 60 during a 4-month filming break on Castaway, for the opposite reason.
 
2017-09-28 04:00:00 PM  

Herbie555: ZMugg: Ed Harris learned how to paint to play Jackson Pollock?

When did Pollock actually know how to paint?

[img.fark.net image 400x339]

While his "Jack the Dripper" phase dominates what most people know about him, he was, in fact, a talented painter who experimented with surrealist and cubist styles before moving into the purely abstract.

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I learned something today. Thank you.

goes back to drinking
 
2017-09-28 04:12:00 PM  

Herbie555: Flappyhead: No mention of Tom Hardy packing on about 30 pounds of muscle while shooting "Bronson"?

Not before, during, because they needed him slim at the start then beefy for the last two acts.

Or Hanks losing close to 60 during a 4-month filming break on Castaway, for the opposite reason.


Damn, forgot about that one.  A "smart" is yours.
 
2017-09-28 05:59:23 PM  
Links to the last slide of a stupid farking slideshow. God damn the mods are drunk today if that's what they call fixed.
 
2017-09-28 06:11:23 PM  

Flappyhead: No mention of Tom Hardy packing on about 30 pounds of muscle while shooting "Bronson"?

Not before, during, because they needed him slim at the start then beefy for the last two acts.


You know they don't have to shoot movies in order, right? The first scene doesn't have to be shot first, and the last scene last, for example.
 
2017-09-28 06:28:05 PM  

Mikey1969: Flappyhead: No mention of Tom Hardy packing on about 30 pounds of muscle while shooting "Bronson"?

Not before, during, because they needed him slim at the start then beefy for the last two acts.

You know they don't have to shoot movies in order, right? The first scene doesn't have to be shot first, and the last scene last, for example.


Yes, but when you need a character to have two (or more) distinct physiques at different points in the movie, you have to shoot some stuff, then change something, then shoot some more stuff.

The point Flappyhead was making was that Hardy couldn't spend 6 months bulking up for the role, he had to shoot some of the film while lean then shoot other scenes while bulked.  I suspect the thinking was that it'd be easier for him to bulk up than to try to "lean down" and shoot in the opposite order.  Unless you lie in bed all day consuming only carbs and water, muscle takes a little while to atrophy.
 
2017-09-28 06:34:14 PM  

Herbie555: Yes, but when you need a character to have two (or more) distinct physiques at different points in the movie, you have to shoot some stuff, then change something, then shoot some more stuff.


*The obvious exception being if you're willing to spend Marvel kind of money on CG to make your star look like a literal 90-lb weakling, but given that the budget of Bronson was apparently less than a quarter-million, that wasn't really in the cards.
 
2017-09-28 07:16:21 PM  
This is not commonly known, but in Gone with the Wind, Butterfly McQueen played the part of a slave, even though she was actually a Swedish farm girl from Minnesota.
 
2017-09-28 08:37:46 PM  

Herbie555: ZMugg: Ed Harris learned how to paint to play Jackson Pollock?

When did Pollock actually know how to paint?

[img.fark.net image 400x339]

While his "Jack the Dripper" phase dominates what most people know about him, he was, in fact, a talented painter who experimented with surrealist and cubist styles before moving into the purely abstract.

[img.fark.net image 498x625]


taught by thomas hart benton which is pretty apparent in your first pic.
 
2017-09-29 01:17:42 AM  
If you stop desliding msn articles, there won't be any problems. Msn does a great job with their slides, there's no extra page loading and the pictures and text are in a much better format. Either way you're going to be swiping. All the deslided version accomplishes is changing the direction of the swipe and a worse layout.
 
2017-09-29 10:38:43 PM  
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very impressive, kids.
 
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