Candids > 2016 > June 13 – Tribeca, NY
I’ve updated the main layout of the site and added a new theme to the gallery I also put on the sidebar a rss feed of the latest stories I’ve updated. So you can see there what has been updated in the fan fiction archive. I plan on adding more updates soon.
Pictures added from Sundance Film Festival Los Angeles Screenplay Reading and 157 Captures from Stormy Weather. Also added HD Captures from The Devil’s Knot, CBS Summer Soiree and 24 icons to the Icon Archive. More to come very soon. Starting on captures of Amigo today.
Added new scans from Cinemania and F Magazine. Will be adding more tomorrow from Details and Entertainment Weekly.
Yesterday we posted the photos for the Interview Magazine article. Down below is a snippet of that article.
Self-confessed theater geek Dane DeHaan left his hometown of Allentown, Pennsylvania, while he was still in high school to study acting at the University of North Carolina School of the Arts. Television roles (on HBO’s In Treatment and True Blood, among others) came quickly, and soon DeHaan was racking up an impressive roster of film credits. In a matter of just four years, he has worked with John Sayles (in the 2010 war saga Amigo), with John Hillcoat (across from Tom Hardy and Shia LaBeouf in 2012’s Lawless), with Steven Spielberg (reciting the Gettysburg Address to the president in 2012’s Lincoln), and with Derek Cianfrance (in 2012’s The Place Beyond the Pines). In last year’s Kill Your Darlings, he played Lucien Carr, a college friend of Jack Kerouac and Allen Ginsberg, who in 1944 murdered his admirer David Kammerer, and initially had his beatnik buddies help cover it up (Carr ultimately pled guilty to manslaughter and served 18 months at a reformatory).
Now 28, DeHaan again plays a real-life murder suspect (this time, Chris Morgan, a peripheral character in the West Memphis child murders), alongside Reese Witherspoon and Colin Firth, in director Atom Egoyan’s Devil’s Knot, about the West Memphis Three, out this month. He’ll also appear in the little drama The Amazing Spider-Man 2 as Peter Parker’s nemesis Harry Osborn—a playboy who morphs into the Green Goblin.
Images from the interview are below, you can read more of the article at Interview Magazine
More new images added to the site from Kill Your Darlings
Also added a new section to the site where you can download the latest wallpapers I made, just click on the link to download below the preview image. You can download those here: Dane Wallpapers