It’s not true we are taking different paths. You are my path. You’ve always been my path, and you always will be.
..”My scene partners were Mia Wasikowska and Tom Hiddleston. It was my first time working with Tom, and our reunion confirmed everything I’d felt when we first met at dinner back in September, that he’s simply a wonderful human being of great elegance and consideration. Mia is, as well, but despite the briefness of our time together, I’ve spent much more time talking to Tom. We had the most lovely conversation early in the morning, when he told me he’d read my book and remarked on various elements of it in a most kind way, quoting various lines from it. He met my sister and my daughter and completely charmed them, and after the movie comes out (NOT before), I’m sure Maddie will share the selfies they took together. “…
..” I only had two lines scheduled today, but it took 11 or 12 hours to finish the scene, and my throat was on fire by the time we were done. It’s Tom’s first scene in the picture (though not the first he’s shot), and he is striking in his first appearance. His top hat makes him remarkably tall. He’s already taller than I remembered, but the hat adds another foot in height. I told him, “There goes my being the tallest guy on set,” when he showed up. I started out in this business at 6’ 1” (I’ve shrunk an inch or so since then), and I’ve always felt relatively tall — until, that is, I ended up on SUPERNATURAL and now on CRIMSON PEAK. Ah, well, I was even overshadowed in my wedding pictures, with a 6’ 9” best man.”. .
…” On my way to the car, a production assistant asked if I wanted to go an alternate route so as to avoid the fans looking on. I said no, that they had no idea who I was anyway, they were all there for Tom. But a minute later, a bunch of fans gathered around and asked for pictures with me. I was really surprised, though I still think they’d have fled me in whoosh if Tom had come out at that moment!
A good day’s work, though a draining one.”
the thing to realize here is that conservatives find the idea of paying workers a livable wage so absurd that they make hyperbolic comparisons like this
because fifteen dollars and hour and a hundred thousand dollars an hour both mean the same thing to them; more than you deserve
^That commentary is very important.