Monday, May 13th 2013
David Bowie, Gary Oldman & Marion Cotillard in David Bowie’s video for The Next Day
Saturday, May 11th 2013
Gary Oldman & Marion Cotillard in David Bowie’s video for The Next Day
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Thursday, May 9th 2013
Is being called a switch-hitting bisexual senior citizen from London supposed to be an insult? Because to me it’s a bunch of words that describe an AMAZING human/alien!
Gary Oldman and Marion Cotillard in David Bowie’s “The Next Day”
Wednesday, May 8th 2013
M A R I O N C O T I L L A R D » The Next Day (David Bowie Music Video, by Floria Sigismondi)
Marion Cotillard in David Bowie’s Next Day
David Bowie - The Next Day
Directed by Floria Sigismondi & starring Gary Oldman & Marion Cotillard. EEE!
Thursday, April 25th 2013
It’s been almost four months since David Bowie announced he was returning from semi-retirement and six weeks since The Next Day arrived on shelves, but Bowie has yet to utter a word in public, let alone make any sort of appearance, in support of the album. He is starting to crack just the tiniest bit, though, and has given a 42-word statement about the album.
Thursday, March 21st 2013
When I think of what it used to feel like once
To be a freak who liked you
To feel like a freak like you
- a freak who even looked a little like you
And then I think of the countless people of every size and feather who are going to walk through this trace of your journey here and pick up the breadcrumbs in the great hub of this mothership over these Spring and Summer months..
And how familiar and stamped you are into ALL of our our collective DNA
I’m just plain proud
Where are we now?
I know you aren’t here tonight, but
Somehow, no matter
We are -
And you brought us out of the wainscotting like so many
Freaky old bastards
Like so many fan boys and girls
Like so many loners and pretty things and dandies and dudes and dukes and duckies and testicular types
And pulled us together
Our not so absent, not so invisible, friend
Every alien’s favourite cousin
- Tilda Swinton’s speech at the opening of David Bowie Is
(read the entire speech at the source)