2019 Dec 10

‘A Million Little Pieces’ High-Defintion Screencaptures

‘A Million Little Pieces’ High-Defintion Screencaptures

I’ve finally screen-capped Aaron in his latest film: A Million Little Pieces.. There are over 3,000+ screencaptures of Aaron from this film.

Warning: These captures do contain nudity. This is a warning. It’s got heavy drug scenes and nudity. You have been warned.

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– Home > Movie Productions > A Million Little Pieces > Movie Screencaptures: Blu-Ray

2019 Dec 09

‘A Million Little Pieces’ Media Circuit Round Screencaptures

‘A Million Little Pieces’ Media Circuit Round Screencaptures

Aaron and Sam have been promoting ‘A Million Little Pieces’ the last few weeks and I’ve went ahead and added all the appearances thus far to the gallery.

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– Home > Screencaptures > Interviews > 2019: Talks At Google (A Million Little Pieces) [December 4th]
– Home > Screencaptures > Talk-Shows > 2019: Good Morning Britain [August 30th]
– Home > Screencaptures > Talk-Shows > 2019: AOL Build London [December 2nd]
– Home > Screencaptures > Talk-Shows > 2019: Late Night with James Corden [December 5th]
– Home > Screencaptures > Talk-Shows > 2019: KTLA [December 6th]

2019 Dec 09

Aaron and Elizabeth Olsen ‘Avengers: Age of Ultron’ Fandango SDCC Interview Screencaptures

Aaron and Elizabeth Olsen ‘Avengers: Age of Ultron’ Fandango SDCC Interview Screencaptures

I’ve went ahead and added a Fandango Interview at San Diego Comic Con that Aaron and Elizabeth did for promotion of Avengers: Age of Ultron.

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– Home > Screencaptures > Interviews > 2014: San Diego Comic Con – Fandango Interview (Avengers: Age of Ultron) [July 27th]

2019 Nov 29

2019 Public Appearances Added

2019 Public Appearances Added

Thanks to my good friend Mi for the catch-up with the events that Aaron has attended this year.



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– Home > Public Appearances > 2019 > FEB 13TH | HAUSER & WIRTH LOS ANGELES OPENING OF ANNIE LEIBOVITZ AND PIERO MANZONI
– Home > Public Appearances > 2019 > FEB 24TH | 2019 VANITY FAIR OSCAR PARTY
– Home > Public Appearances > 2019 > MAY 18TH | MOCA BENEFIT 2019
– Home > Public Appearances > 2019 > NOV 14TH | AFI FEST 2019 PRESENTED BY AUDI- “QUEEN & SLIM” PREMIERE
– Home > Public Appearances > 2019 > NOV 14TH | HFPA AND THR GOLDEN GLOBE AMBASSADOR PARTY

2019 Nov 29

Exclusive: Quicksilver Won’t Return Anytime Soon Says Aaron Taylor-Johnson

Exclusive: Quicksilver Won’t Return Anytime Soon Says Aaron Taylor-Johnson

Aaron Taylor-Johnson, the actor who portrayed Quicksilver in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, has confirmed that the character will not reappear anytime soon. Although Quicksilver made his first appearance in the MCU in a mid-credits scene for Captain America: The Winter Soldier, moviegoers got to know him better in Avengers: Age of Ultron as Pietro Maximoff, the twin brother of Wanda Maximoff aka Scarlet Witch.

The orphaned Maximoff twins hated Tony Stark and the Avengers due to an experience they had in their early childhood. Eventually, HYDRA recruited Pietro and Wanda to become subjects in an experiment that gave them their superpowers. While Wanda developed great mental powers, Pietro gained the ability of superhuman speed. However, the two eventually switched sides to help the Avengers defeat Ultron with Pietro sacrificing his life to protect Hawkeye and a child. But in the MCU, characters often return from the dead, such as Loki, so it’s possible that Quicksilver could return, too.

If Quicksilver does return to the MCU, though, it won’t happen anytime soon. In an exclusive interview with Screen Rant, Taylor-Johnson denies any plans for his return to the MCU. This is despite several upcoming Disney+ projects that could make it happen, including WandaVision and What If…? Although Taylor-Johnson didn’t rule out the possibility of Quicksilver returning, he was adamant that Marvel has not approached him about it, so fans shouldn’t get their hopes up. He said:

“I think we’re both open to possibilities, like the Marvel Universe like it has been over the years, but obviously yes, I’m aware of the Disney+ platform and all of the shows that are going and I’m still in touch with a lot of the people. I mean, I think it’s safe to say that no, I’m not gonna… there will be no appearance of me coming out or Quicksilver appearing anytime soon.”

Instead, Taylor-Johnson is busy with other projects, including the upcoming A Million Little Pieces. Taylor-Johnson not only stars in the film but also co-wrote the script. A Million Little Pieces, based on James Frey’s controversial memoir about a recovering alcohol and drug addict, is directed by the actor’s wife, Sam Taylor-Johnson. It releases on Dec. 6.

Taylor-Johnson has previously said he would be interested in reprising his role as Quicksilver if Marvel asked him to return. There’s certainly a demand for the character, many fans were disappointed with how little screen time he got in the MCU. At least Evan Peters got more screen time in the Quicksilver role as part of the X-Men franchise. Disney now owns the film rights to the X-Men, though, so that universe will likely get a reboot. That could potentially lead to an opportunity for Taylor-Johnson to return as Quicksilver, but it remains to be seen. That still means one thing is for sure: Quicksilver’s return to the MCU won’t happen anytime soon.

2019 Nov 13

Harper Bazaar Interviews Aaron & Sam Taylor-Johnson

Between lingering kisses and adoring sidelong glances, artist turned filmmaker Sam Taylor-Johnson and her dashing actor husband, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, open up to friend James Frey (whose book A Million Little Pieces they have adapted for the big screen) about the coup de foudre they experienced when they first met—and how they keep that spark burning bright more than a decade later.

She was a world-renowned artist, her work hanging in museums around the world, selling for outrageous sums in galleries and at auction, the mother of two young daughters living in London and spending weekends in France or the English countryside. She had also survived cancer twice. She was healthy, brilliant, beautiful, and successful beyond her wildest dreams. She was about to direct her first feature film. Her life was full. Or so she thought.

“I wasn’t expecting anything that day. Just to see a bunch of actors pretending to be John Lennon.” He was an actor, working since he was six. He’d been onstage, in films, on television, successful enough to get by, but the breakthrough hadn’t come. He’d been preparing for this audition for six weeks. If he got the role, it would change his life.

“I remember it very, very clearly. I know exactly what she was wearing. This white shirt that she still has, that I love. It definitely changed my life, though not in the way I expected.”

“We were very professional through the entire film.”

“No funny business at all.”

“But everyone on set knew. And as soon as we finished, he told me he was going to marry me. We had never been on a date, or even kissed.”

“And a year to the minute after we met, exactly one year to the minute, I got down on one knee and asked her to marry me.”

“In the 10 years we’ve been together, we’ve only been apart for maybe two or three days.” “And those were the worst days of those 10 years.”

Sam Taylor-Johnson and Aaron Taylor-Johnson both laugh, share a lingering kiss. They’re in the courtyard of their lush, art-filled home, a sprawling Spanish-style villa at the foot of a canyon in the Hollywood Hills, hidden behind a 12-foot wall at the end of a dead-end street. They have one of Hollywood’s great love stories, one that rivals those of Bogie and Bacall, Taylor and Burton, Steve McQueen and Ali.

MacGraw, but one that is somehow more beautiful because it hasn’t been played out in the public eye. They met in 2008 during the casting for Nowhere Boy, the critically acclaimed John Lennon biopic that Sam directed and Aaron starred in as the teenage Lennon. They now share four daughters and live between L.A. and wherever one of them might be shooting a film. “We live behind walls,” Aaron says. “Literally, figuratively, and deliberately. You’ll never see our children or any of our most personal moments on social media or in the press. We have our professional lives and our life together, and we keep them apart.” Except when those things intersect, as they did when they met, and in 2018, when they made my book A Million Little Pieces into a film. “We always wanted to replicate that experience, to do something that had that type of intensity, to make another film together,” Sam says, taking Aaron’s hand.

Aaron smiles at her. It’s a true smile—a big smile. One filled with love and respect and admiration. “We had a few opportunities. But nothing felt right. Or something bigger would come along. For Sam, Fifty Shades [of Grey], or Nocturnal Animals for me. But it was always there. What are we going to do together?”

Sam had read A Million Little Pieces in 2003, when it was first released. And she had tracked the various attempts to film it over the years. “I had just moved to CAA. And my agent, good old John Garvey, called me and asked if I had ever read it. And I was like, ‘Oh, my God, that’s what I want to do. Why, what do you know?’ And he said, ‘The rights have just been reverted back to the author, and I thought it might be up your alley.’ I laughed and said, ‘I have the author’s e-mail here. Just give me a second, I’m going to call you back.’ Twenty minutes later, we were on the phone, and you gave me the rights. And Aaron and I had our project.”

Though neither were writers, they decided to write the screenplay together. As they speak about their process, they don’t look at me but at each other, clearly enamored. “We had a studio opposite David Hockney’s place where I was making art, and it became our writing office,” says Sam, to which Aaron immediately responds, “We had cards everywhere, and we were structurally trying to lay out the story.” To which Sam, smiling widely, says, “Aaron would be sitting at his desk, and he could work for 10, 12, 14 hours straight.” Says Aaron, “Sam was like a caged tiger, pacing and throwing out idea after idea.”

Once they had a script, they found financiers, cast the film with Aaron playing the lead alongside Billy Bob Thornton, Charlie Hunnam, Juliette Lewis, Giovanni Ribisi, and Odessa Young, and started shooting at a college campus in Pomona, about an hour east of L.A. “Initially, the hardest thing was that it was the first time both Mommy and Daddy were working at the same time,” Sam says. And with a tight schedule of 20 days, they worked long hours with both cast and crew doing the film at cut rates. “The actors and crew were saying, ‘One for the soul, we’ll do the next one for the money, this one for the soul.’ That felt like the spirit of it.”

And with the film being released this past August in the U.K. and coming to theaters in the U.S. in December, I ask them if they want to do it again. Both of them laugh, glance at each other, still holding hands. Aaron smiles. “You want to do it again, right?” She says, “It was the best thing we’ve ever done.” Aaron nods. “Even better because we did it together.” She agrees. “The best.” I ask where they see themselves in 20 years. They each look to the other to respond, then Aaron turns back to me. “A remote island somewhere.” Sam nods. “Maybe the Hebrides?”

Aaron looks back at her. “Realistically, hopefully still doing this, but only like we did on this one, with each other.”

Sam looks at him for a long moment, taking him in. “I love you.”

He leans in, kisses her. “I love you too.”

They keep kissing. Doesn’t matter that I’m there, that anyone would be there. They keep kissing. Love.

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– Home > Photoshoots > Set #107

2019 Aug 22

Aaron and Sam Visit “AOL BUILD: London” Screencaptures + Video

Aaron and Sam Visit “AOL BUILD: London” Screencaptures + Video

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– Home > Screencaptures > Talk Shows > 2019: AOL Build London [August 20th]