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This deserves more notes

(Source: sandandglass)

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According to The Hollywood Reporter, Ryan Murphy had met with HBO programming chief, Michael Lombardo, to pitch his idea for a movie about the making of "Whatever Happened to Baby Jane?" with Jessica Lange and Susan Sarandon. Lombardo, unfortunately, wasn’t interested and moved on to “The Normal Heart.”

I think a movie on the making of "Whatever Happened to Baby Jane?" is a great idea. Davis and Crawford’s bitter feud, on set and off, is legendary. That Lange and Sarandon were originally pitched to star makes this project sound even better! (But who was going to play whom?)  We need to convince Lombardo to reconsider.  A movie about two Classic Hollywood legends, played by two modern-day legends, duking it out on the set of a camp horror classic is something we definitely would watch, and could have the potential to be both a big media event and a ratings blockbuster.

Someone has created an online petition at  Please check it out and show your support.

Seriously guys. So this for me. I need this film.

Posted 16 hours ago
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American horror story season 1: who is junglejim4322
American horror story season 2: who is bloodyface
American horror story season 3: who is the next supreme
American horror story season 4: where are zachary quinto and lily rabe

Season five where is Jessica Lange?

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that one time Lindsey got so high at the AMA’s he almost fell off the stage

she’s just trying to make sure he survives…

Always reblog!

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From Cory Buckingham’s SYW tour diaries.

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I took care of him. He had a great life when we were together, you know. I mean, we had a lot of fun up until we joined Fleetwood Mac. I mean, we were rocky when we joined, but then it just all went to hell. Before we only had each other so that was, you know, that was a much easier existence. Because we did have fun. We did — we did live in our little house and watch movies and sit and play music and sing and practice and I cooked for him and I loved him. I loved taking care of him. I wanted him to be beautiful. I did everything I could do to make him happy. And that’s why it was hard for him when I left, because in Lindsey’s mind, all the other women that came after me were all going after rich rock & roll star Lindsey. Nobody was looking into the heart I had looked into. Nobody was seeing the guy before he was famous. We knew each other before. That’s what makes us unique to each other. We were not famous when we met. We were not rich. We were just regular, normal kids.
Stevie Nicks, 1998 (via buckinghamnicks-ff)