“Wait. Did a bounty hunter just pull a thermal detonator on someone who wouldn’t pay 50,000 for a Wookiee? If so, I’m gonna queef.”
Because sometimes it’s fun to dress The Penquin in fancy dresses and take his picture, Lena Dunham is the cover interview for the April issue of Glamour where she drops the bombshell that she’s probably going to quit acting after Girls. Which means no more squishy rhombus nudity and that God really does answer prayer, so if you’ll excuse me, I have a post to unpublish.
“I don’t know if I’m going to want to act anymore. I’m always relieved on the days I don’t have to. I’d rather give parts to other women than be the woman having the parts.”
Except hope for the future aside, my favorite quote has to be Lena Dunham describing the art direction for Girls:
“I’ve always been incredibly attracted to pictures of my parents [the artists Laurie Simmons and Carroll Dunham] in the 1970s. That aged photograph palette seems to give an importance to their twenties. So I was like, I’d like to make something that shows my twenties through that beautiful soft-focus lens.”
So basically Lena Dunham wants to make her show look cool by pretending it was shot in the 70s. That’s Instagram. You just described Instagram. The depth of your artistic vision is Instagram. This is why people hate hipsters and hunt them like prey on secluded farms. Or so I hear. *shoves hounds and hunting bugle under bed*