Morning light is a sweet light. I love taking a walk first thing in the morning, breathing in the sweet air, breathing in the light.
Benicio Del Toro, Hollywood’s Instant Antihero: For Mr. Del Toro, that has sometimes pit his desire to excel as an actor against a competing impulse to challenge negative stereotypes, a predicament faced by many actors of color. Mr. Del Toro said that he decided to focus only on how well a character is written and on the merits of the filmmakers involved. “If I have to pick between breaking the stereotype and going for the good part, I’m always going to go for the good part,” he said. “I just think the good part is always going to be more satisfying. And I have my own life — I can make sure to break the stereotype there.”
How would you survive in a cave if you’re trapped: “It’s mentally very taxing being in the dark.”
[NOTE: No shit, Sherlock.]
[ALSO: In high school we took a school trip to our state’s itty bitty volcano, Mt. Saint Helens, and climbed down into the lava tubes for a hike in UTTER PITCH BLACK DARKNESS. I think it was Ape Cave. In fact, I’m certain of it. I like caves. I really do, actually. But don’t make me linger. I have an excellent imagination and that’s not always a good thing. I mean, have you seen The Descent?]