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I feel like Brad is thinking *I hate you* as loud as he possibly can in every one of these pictures hoping anyone can actually read his thoughts.

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OMG! I just found behind the scenes footage of Interview with the Vampire. It shows mostly Tom Cruise, a little bit of Anne Rice and a little bit of Brad Pitt. The video was uploaded by WalrusRider and the video is called Tom Cruise – “Interview With a Vampire” On Set Footage. Not sure if you’ve seen it already but if you haven’t check it out.

i-want-my-iwtv:

I HAD NOT SEEN IT THANK U! 

It’s so fun to see at least this shot from the other side of the door, lol…

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I’ll transcribe it somewhat for y’all:

The narrator is all about the *~secrecy~* like of course Tom Cruise wanted to keep the secrecy of his costumes and makeup and whatever, so as not to spoil the surprise! We have closed sets all the time these days and back then. I don’t think that was just Tom, I think everyone involved in making the movie wanted that secrecy.

  • The narrator pronounces his name the way AR prefers, not the way it’s pronounced in the movie
  • Claudia at 0:15!
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  • Makeup touch up!

^X Bruh. 

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Along the lines of the real life Marius, yesterday I started talking to this guy and what’s his name? Amadeo. AMADEO. He probably thinks I’m crazy now because when he told me his name I freaaaaked out. He may not look like Armand, but if we don’t become friends I’ll be very sad lol.

A Real Life Amadeo, nice! I hope he had a cool last name to go with it, and not something too normal, like, idk… Malloy.

@ the Armand RPers or anyone, can someone plz send me Armand’s signature in his handwriting with 

“Molloy” (or “Malloy”) as his last name? I suddenly have a need. I feel like it would be smtg like this…

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That moment when you’re going through your Anne Rice hardbacks and discover that yes, that almost certainly is Anne Rice’s signature in the 1st edition of The Vampire Lestat that you managed to snag at a thrift store long ago. I’ll never know for sure, but they look really similar …