Jack Huston for GQ | Nov. 2012
"Physical things, like the twitch and stuff like that, that sort of began as an idea, early on. It really just felt right; I can’t exactly explain why at first. And then, as I realized that he had so much going on in his mind, so many pieces of information to hold onto, and, emotionally, he was repressing so much, that sometimes that comes out in strange physical ways and attributes and tics. And I found that to be a way in which it was like an expression of this emotional state; he just couldn’t emote, because it would hurt the case. It could hurt him in trying to figure out the case, it could cause great doubt. So he was just dealing with computing so much that it was almost like an overload. It was like a glitch." - Jake Gyllenhaal
Of Becoming a Greater Mumble
“Drinking Buddies,” a film of which naturalism and director’s astuteness I regard with considerable…
those hq photos where u can literally count his eyelashes are so fucking IMPORTANT
Dan Winters shot this incredible cover of Spike Jonze for our package on the director and his upcoming film “Her”
The Wrestler (2008)
"I’m gonna give you a little something you can’t take off."
Mary Elizabeth Winstead photographed by Riley Stearns
(Source: Flickr / rileystearns)
Oscar Isaac doing an acoustic cover of Katy Perry’s “Roar” = night made.
Shawn Records, from the series “Owner of This World.”
Owner of This World is a series of photographs made during the four months that my son, Max Records, worked as an actor in Where the Wild Things Are, Spike Jonze’s film adaptation of the Maurice Sendak classic. Max was nine-years old at the time, and neither he nor anyone in our family had been involved in the film industry before. Though the majority of these photographs were made behind the scenes, my goals were far more personal than objective. Beyond documenting Hollywood’s incongruities, I think of this series more as a manifestation of my own anxieties; a collection of both fears and reassurances, upon letting my son out into a world that’s beyond my control.