So, are the thirsty Christoph tumblrs going crazy for his hollywood star or not, I can’t tell. It’s a pretty big deal, is it not? Our husband is getting more recognition.
Xanadu b/w Whenever You’re Away From Me
Olivia Newton-John, Jet Records/USA (1980)
This is my horse, Fritz
Django Unchained - Behind the Scenes
Christoph Waltz in “Der Einstand” (1977)
this makes me cry - fluffy front hair
Christoph Waltz - Inglourious Basterds London Premiere
Ask Men: You don’t seem burnt out even after so many interviews over this past year.
Christoph Waltz: It comes in handy that I’m 52 and not 25, because at 25, I don’t think I could’ve handled it. But at 52, I’ve had a few ups and downs and picked myself up again and I was on top and at the bottom — not really at the bottom, to be really fair and honest. I was never really at the bottom. I’ve always been able to work as an actor and support my family and did great jobs and, more often than not, I got to turn down jobs that I didn’t really want to do for various reasons or refuse to work with people I didn’t like — and there are quite a few. But still, in a way, even though this is all new to me, I’m still excited like a teenager. I kind of have a very concrete point of reference and that helps a lot. - Askmen
3 Films by Fritz Lang
Metropolis, M, The Testament of Dr. Mabuse,
Two types of westerns.
War and No Peace
The Cranes Are Flying, Come and See
I could only stomach “come and see” once. It’s a good film, but, boy, is it not half harrowing.
2 Films by Bob Fosse
All That Jazz, Cabaret
3 Films by Michael Powell & Emeric Pressburger
The Red Shoes, A Matter of Life and Death, Black Narcissus
3 Films by Jonathan Glazer
Under The Skin, Sexy Beast, Birth
4 Films by Billy Wilder
Sunset Boulevard, Ace In The Hole, Double Indemnity, Some Like It Hot