July242012
fuckyeahbehindthescenes:

Gary Busey improvised the “Give me a kiss” line. The producers and Hunter S. Thompson were initially horrified by it, but Terry Gilliam thought it was funny, and left it in the final cut. Thompson said that after a few more viewings, he found the line quite funny.
Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas (1998)

fuckyeahbehindthescenes:

Gary Busey improvised the “Give me a kiss” line. The producers and Hunter S. Thompson were initially horrified by it, but Terry Gilliam thought it was funny, and left it in the final cut. Thompson said that after a few more viewings, he found the line quite funny.

Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas (1998)

April62012
celluloidshadows:

Director Terry Gilliam films actor Johnny Depp portraying the late Dr. Hunter S. Thompson on the set of the 1998 film Fear And Loathing In Las Vegas. Click the pic to watch a scene from the movie.

celluloidshadows:

Director Terry Gilliam films actor Johnny Depp portraying the late Dr. Hunter S. Thompson on the set of the 1998 film Fear And Loathing In Las Vegas. Click the pic to watch a scene from the movie.

(via celluloidshadows-deactivated201)

May252011
May82011
mrgolightly:

Hunter shaved my head, in fact. I didn’t look in the mirror at all, I was in mortal fear. Hunter had a mining light… on his head - we were in his kitchen - and yeah, he shaved my hair.

mrgolightly:

Hunter shaved my head, in fact. I didn’t look in the mirror at all, I was in mortal fear. Hunter had a mining light… on his head - we were in his kitchen - and yeah, he shaved my hair.

May42011
Johnny Depp as Raoul Duke with Terry Gilliam, behind the scenes on the set of Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas

Johnny Depp as Raoul Duke with Terry Gilliam, behind the scenes on the set of Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas

(Source: alexlaika)

3PM
245am:

Hunter S. Thompson, taken by Annie Leibovitz in 1972. Her comments about the shoot:

Hunter sweated a lot. When he wasn’t sweating he was screaming that he wasn’t sweating and he thought he was dying.

245am:

Hunter S. Thompson, taken by Annie Leibovitz in 1972. Her comments about the shoot:

Hunter sweated a lot. When he wasn’t sweating he was screaming that he wasn’t sweating and he thought he was dying.

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