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breathtakingqueens: Queen of the moment on bre…

breathtakingqueens:

Queen of the moment on breathtakingqueens » Evan Rachel Wood

I remember growing up not knowing [bisexuality] was a thing, feeling very confused, feeling very alone. So that is one of the reasons why I came out publicly, to help another struggling 12 year old who is terrified – just to let them know it’s okay and that it is very real. Your trials and tribulations are just as real as anybody else’s.

evanrwooddaily: “I am trying to be a good pers…

evanrwooddaily:

“I am trying to be a good person. I am trying to be myself, and if nobody likes me for me, that is their problem.”

arabellecrane:

arabellecrane:

evan rachel wood photographed by chris hornbecker

britishladiesdaily:

britishladiesdaily:

Thandie Newton photographed for Jones Magazine by Tae Alvon (January 2017)

colorcelebs:

colorcelebs:

EVAN RACHEL WOOD.

flawlessgentlemen:

flawlessgentlemen:

When you go through this process, another thing you condition yourself to is not having all of the answers. In a movie, you read the whole script. Sure, sometimes you change things as you film, the dialogue is altered here and there. This is sort of an open-ended adventure where you don’t know exactly where you’re going. You’re told some of the main details, but not everything. I waited with bated breath to see what his fate was as well. It’s exciting, because it keeps you on your toes.

breathtakingqueens:

breathtakingqueens:

Evan Rachel Wood photographed for InStyle Magazine (2016)

flawlessbeautyqueens: Because, first and forem…

flawlessbeautyqueens:

Because, first and foremost, I’m born and raised in Japan, I do feel like I have essentially a Japanese spirit. Every time I’ve portrayed a Japanese character in a foreign film, it’s felt like a privilege to be able to express the uniqueness of Japan to an international audience.

Evan Rachel Wood for Refinery29 (May, 2018)

Evan Rachel Wood for Refinery29 (May, 2018)

thequeensofbeauty: I guess patriarchal stereo…

thequeensofbeauty:

I guess patriarchal stereotypes have, as is true for most people, created painful moments in my life. As a result, I’m an activist. I’m for women’s rights, children’s rights, human rights, animal rights. I want to be part of the solutions to try to correct imbalance. And ‘Westworld,’ for me, is that.