50 years ago today, on December 5th 1963, Charade was released.
Dane DeHaan [in “Kill Your Darlings”] is given a chance to really show what he is capable of as an actor. In a couple of years he will be the biggest thing in town … The film’s cinematographer luxuriated in DeHaan’s aqua blue eyes – the camera loves his face. But as you’ll see, it isn’t just about his looks. He embodies Lucien Carr, one of the many wild muses that inspired the Beat Poets, specifically the young Allen Ginsberg … DeHaan is on fire as Carr, lit from within – fiercely sexual, blindingly beautiful – who could ever resist him. (x)
“Not that I’m comparing myself to Clark Gable or whoever but they couldn’t survive in this environment. They’d punch the shit out of some people. It requires a kind of Zen quality.” George Clooney, Esquire UK (x)
Character portraits for Wes Anderson’s Moonrise Kingdom, 2012.
ignore your responsibilites and fantasize about older men
Jessica Chastain for Vogue Italy (2012)