If you were given the opportunity to jump into what looked like a sky full of stars, would you do it? This cenote is called the Temple of Doom and it’s full of bats and tiny fish that nibble at your toes. Cenotes are flooded sinkholes and you can find them all over the Yucatan Peninsula, apparently there might be as many as 7000 of them. My goal is to discover as many in Central America as I can find! A must do if you go to Mexico and aren’t afraid of jumping into holes! 🕳🏝🐠🏊🏼♀️ #cenote#templeofdoom#mexico#adventure#caves#dive#tulum Thanks to this crew for making it happen!
In the first Avengers, Black Widow defeats the awesome power of the mind stone by simply smashing Hawkeye in the head. Similar strategies also worked on Uncle Fester and Indiana Jones. #trilogypodcast#trilpod
Stopped by #CenoteCalavera (sometimes called the #TempleOfDoom ) for a quick dip! It was a quick drive from #Tulum and definitely not as busy as the more popular #Cenotes around the area.
#Calavera means #Skull in Spanish. There are three "openings" that resemble a skull, thus the name. You can jump in from any one of the openings (and totally smash your face against the side if you're not careful!). Believe it or not, this was not the smallest hole... #Cenote#Calavera#Tulum#Mexico#Akumal#Cancun #💀
Caroline Goodall starred in Hook and Schindler’s List for Steven Spielberg. Those two films couldn’t be more different in tone or story. Hook is based on the legendary children’s story, Peter Pan. Schindler’s List is a true story about one of the most horrific moments in our world’s history, the holocaust. Hook is an example of Spielberg’s mastery of blockbuster filmmaking. Schindler’s List shows the director’s fascination with historical drama—especially dealing with WWII. Goodall offers a unique and interesting perspective on Spielberg's legendary career • Read our interview with @carogoodall using the link in our bio.
“I came in and met with Robin Williams (the star of Hook) and Steven Spielberg. Steven had a video camera and he asked us to do an improv. I was used to improvising because I had done stand up comedy and with my theater training it was easy. It felt organic. Having Robin there, who was so open and fabulous, was like playing tennis with John McEnroe. We had a great time. At one point I said to Robin, ‘You aren’t saying anything.’ This is Robin Williams, he never shuts up [laughing]. He looked at me and smiled and said, ‘Ah…but I got the job,” Caroline Goodall • Read our interview with @carogoodall using the link in the bio.
“My take on Steven’s work when I look at it is that generally he has a very moral universe. If you look at his films, there is generally the struggle of everyman between good and evil. Everyman has to choose. So whether it’s Raiders of the Lost Ark, whether it’s Schindler’s List, whether it’s E.T., whether it’s Jurassic Park. There is always the one central character...who has the big moral dilemma...which way do I go? Do I go to the dark side or do I go to the light? In that respect Schindler is within the canon of Steven Spielberg films. The film is about the struggle for the soul of Oskar Schindler,” Caroline Goodall • See what else @carogoodall said to us about working with Steven Spielberg by hitting the link in our bio.