‘What is your motto?’

‘Never, ever, ever again agree to do anything for any magazine ever.’

Louis C.K. really enjoyed effing with Vanity Fair’s Proust Questionnaire. (via entertainmentweekly)
mattwilstein:

“I have always loved comedy, and this portfolio and issue, filled with men and women I admire, are my attempt to show you what it means to me. Some of them have shaped my sensibility; others just make me laugh.” -Judd Apatow for Vanity Fair

mattwilstein:

“I have always loved comedy, and this portfolio and issue, filled with men and women I admire, are my attempt to show you what it means to me. Some of them have shaped my sensibility; others just make me laugh.” -Judd Apatow for Vanity Fair

vanityfair:

The Newsroom | Aaron Sorkin and His “Musical Dialogue”
Photograph by Annie Leibovitz
imwithkanye:

Aaron Sorkin on His New HBO Show, The Newsroom, and His Style of “Musical Dialogue” | Vanity Fair
The trick with Aaron, which I think makes this the ultimate challenge is that you have to learn a Broadway play every week. We’re not walking around the corner holding a gun, going, ‘Look out!’ We’re coming around the corner and doing Sorkin, and that’s a whole other thing. And it’s Sorkin at 90 miles an hour, because there’s a musicality, there’s a rhythm to him. Dialogue that has to come out of your mouth, snap-snap—and not just actors talking fast. These [characters] are very smart people, they think fast and they talk fast, and those listening have to keep up.

—Jeff Daniels on Aaron Sorkin. (Also check out Sorkin On Set.)

imwithkanye:

Aaron Sorkin on His New HBO Show, The Newsroom, and His Style of “Musical Dialogue” | Vanity Fair

The trick with Aaron, which I think makes this the ultimate challenge is that you have to learn a Broadway play every week. We’re not walking around the corner holding a gun, going, ‘Look out!’ We’re coming around the corner and doing Sorkin, and that’s a whole other thing. And it’s Sorkin at 90 miles an hour, because there’s a musicality, there’s a rhythm to him. Dialogue that has to come out of your mouth, snap-snap—and not just actors talking fast. These [characters] are very smart people, they think fast and they talk fast, and those listening have to keep up.

Jeff Daniels on Aaron Sorkin. (Also check out Sorkin On Set.)

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