Sunday, July 15, 2012
  • GQ: The reaction to Drive was a little bizarre.
  • Aaron Paul: It's so weird. So many people just didn't get it. It was my favorite movie last year. It really was. I remember looking at Bryan and saying, "You lucky bastard. What a great role." It's something he'd never done before. And then Gosling. My god. That's a kid that I've known forever.
  • GQ: You guys are about the same age, right?
  • Aaron Paul: Yeah, right around the same. I just really look up to the choices he makes. I think he's an incredible talent and would love to work with him.
  • GQ: What other directors?
  • Aaron Paul: Rian Johnson's fresh in mind. He's just so brilliant and such an incredible writer. Or speaking of writer-slash-directors: Paul Thomas Anderson.
  • GQ: Yeah, wow. I think he's the best there is.
  • Aaron Paul: He's completely fucking unbelievable. I don't understand how he does it.
  • GQ: What's the plan after Breaking Bad wraps?
  • Aaron Paul: Not an idea. Maybe start accosting Paul Thomas Anderson. Seriously: turn this interview into a love letter to Paul Thomas Anderson, and kind of beg him to put me in a film. I don't care if it's as an extra, I'll do whatever.
Sunday, April 15, 2012
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Friday, March 16, 2012
-saturdaynightlive:

anniewerner:

boston:

Actor George Clooney (left) and his father, Nick Clooney (right) were arrested during a protest at the Sudanese Embassy in Washington today, Friday, March 16, 2012. The demonstrators are protesting the escalating humanitarian emergency in Sudan. (AP Photo/Cliff Owen)


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-saturdaynightlive:

anniewerner:

boston:

Actor George Clooney (left) and his father, Nick Clooney (right) were arrested during a protest at the Sudanese Embassy in Washington today, Friday, March 16, 2012. The demonstrators are protesting the escalating humanitarian emergency in Sudan. (AP Photo/Cliff Owen)