بدأ مشاهير ونجوم هوليوود ذات البداية ومن نفس المكان؛ بخوض اختبارات الأداء المتكررة، ومطاردة منتجي الأفلام، للحصول على فرصة أول أداء لهم في عالم التمثيل.
وبالتأكيد ما كانوا عليه في الماضي، بالشكل والأسلوب والشخصية، يختلف اختلافًا كليًا عما وصلوا إليه في الوقت الراهن، فمن كان يظهر بالشكل البريء والضعيف والمتردد، بات اليوم بمظهر الجريء يثق من نفسه.
وهنا مجموعة من الصور للنجوم في بداياتهم في عالم السينما والأفلام، بحسب موقع “برايت سايد”:
#Polaroid #276: #GwenStefani, circa June '96, from her first Interview Magazine story, circa November '96: "We [#NoDoubt] almost gave up about a year and a half ago. We were sitting there saying to ourselves, 'O.K., we're 26. We've been doing this for eight years. Maybe we should finish up and get adult lives now.' Then the record came out and people thought it was good, which was really weird, because we were always the dork band from Anaheim. We never were cool enough or tough enough, because we grew up in Orange County with all those punk bands. We played with them but I always felt like Shirley Temple." ? Johnny Riggs for Rolling Stone
#Polaroid #496: Really feeling this casting shot of baby #CameronDiaz, who famously once admitted, "The mystique and the romance of a big #wedding are lost on me. I don't think that I could ever do something that extravagant. I am not much of a planner. I would probably make the phone call 20 minutes before the bus leaves for the chapel and ask if anyone is available to come." She was married last month. ?? ? #MaliFinn
#Polaroid #282: #RoseMcGowan on the set of Jawbreaker, circa 1998. From the film's director, #DarrenStein: "#Jawbreaker was always meant to be a kind of mythic story. It’s not meant to take place at a specific high school in a specific town; it’s meant to be archetypes and stylish with a darkness that’s real and palpable. When I first came up with the idea for Jawbreaker it was a horror movie. And then when I started writing it, the female characters became more black comedy, or I’ll even say camp, because I don’t think camp is a dirty word. I think why the movie has transcended through the ages is because of the darkness and because it’s such a strong vision. It’s kind of like candy-coloured goth in a way."
#Polaroid #206: Well look what the cat dragged in ??Baby #JLaw was an #Abercrombie #model for exactly five minutes and apparently took it wayyyy too seriously. As #JenniferLawrence told #Conan last year: “There’s this one picture where this girl is just about to catch this football, and I'm behind her, with flared nostrils, red face, my hair's crazy, and I'm like, mid-air, like, 'WRAHHHH! And at one point she screamed, 'Get her away from me!’" ? #tbt Daniel Peddle Casting.
In honor of Miss #EmmaWatson's birthday, on-set #Polaroids from behind the scenes of #HarryPotter, and some wisdom from the birthday girl herself: "I feel like young girls are told that they have to be a princess and fragile. It’s bullshit. I identify much more with being a warrior—a fighter. If I was going to be a princess, I’d be a warrior princess definitely.” ??
#Tbt (circa '95) in honor of #BeniciodelToro's 48th birthday. The actor has said of that point in his life, "I see #UsualSuspects (1995) as the time where I was, quote unquote, discovered. It took me six, seven years to get to that place. And it was not easy. You’re fighting with people who doubt you and your choice of career. There are a lot of doubts– and you have to stay focused with what you want. I never put a time limit on me being successful or not. I just cared about the work as an actor. But it wasn’t easy because there were a lot of ups and downs. I don’t know if you know much about baseball, but baseball is the game of failure. You deal with failure– strike, strike, strike– all the time. Acting is like that. You have to have a very thick skin in a way– your hair is too dark, you’re too ugly for the part, your audition wasn’t good.” ? #MaliFinn
#Polaroid #241: More #weirdtrivia for ya: Exactly four years ago today, the glove #MichaelJackson wore on his #Badtour sold for $330k at auction. That same day, one of his jackets sold for $96k and a fedora for $72k. Meanwhile, the Polaroid you see here, which came as a trio, sold for a mere $640. #nowyouknow
#Polaroid #88: One of #RosieHuntingtonWhiteley's first castings ? from @coacd #castingdirector Douglas Perrett's book, Wild Things. His first impression of her: "Upbeat character, she seemed to have her eye on the big picture." Around the time this photo was taken, the future #VSangel booked her first job, a Levi's commercial. Presumably, it paid well: Though she wasn't yet old enough to drive, she used the paycheck to buy a car.
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