Please Please Me
“They weren’t opposites, they were so alike. The sad thing is John isn’t with us any more and who knows what would have happened. You know, it’s the press. You read about history and you know it’s not really what happened and that’s why I’m glad I got pictures of them smiling together and I got to show people that you know, they loved each other. They were friends way before I ever met Paul, they were friends, and it was deeper than any of us will ever know.” -Linda McCartney on the relationship between Paul McCartney and John Lennon
In my life, I'll love you more
" Well, I think this came about because Chris is obviously a very talented writer and we just thought, wouldn’t it be interesting for somebody like Chris who does have a knack for writing and storytelling to be able to do something fresh on the show, and we’ve always had that tradition, you know, we’ve always had that open door that if you were interested in directing… Matt Morrison was interested in trying out, and we let him take an episode that he did so well on. So that’s always been something to me that if anybody has said oh, I’m interested in trying that, let’s do that, and Chris obviously has an interest and a knack for writing, so we gave it a whirl, and it turned out really, really great. I think they’re still shooting some of the episode. I think there’s a couple more days on it, and I know he talked about the casting so I don’t need to, but it was fun. He was very involved in all that stuff which I think was interesting for him. It was an interesting thing to have an actor, playing a character, getting to write an episode about that character, so it turned out really well and I think everybody’s really happy with it, and I hope next year that he would want to do another one. I think it would be great, and maybe he would even want to direct it. "
— Ryan Murphy, [Could you talk about Chris Colfer’s episode that he wrote?
] (via chriscolfernews
Cê mereceu cada segundo, princesa. Te amo mais que tudo❤️ (em Casa Nonsense)