Top Tweets for Gene Kelly
@JoeCiti67753967 Did you have her pay the bill lol
@mmpadellan Omg this is hilarious thanks for the laugh.
1952 Oscars flashback: Bogie won, Brando lost, Gene Kelly made history - GoldDerby goldderby.com/feature/1952-o…
@SarahSevans2000 Down south they will say honey, sweetie,sugar and so on. Most men will take it the wrong way lol
@IndoEnts Why singing in the rain, that was Gene Kelly
@BRBRASTREISAND I see him more of a Gene Kelly. Fred was lighter on his feet. Tom has Gene’s athleticism
he would have been better as Gene Kelly. I would have loved that. But I can’t picture him as Fred Astaire
@angeladorotheas Not to be that bitch, but Singin in the Rain was Gene Kelly. 😁🤓 Tom does have all the dancing chops tho. Wow.
@hellresidentNY That’s Gene Kelly’s dance number & he is never going to be able to match Fred Astaire’s grace and eloquent style.
I see him as more of a Gene Kelly myself but I’m sure his estate still cares about his dying wishes 😌
@classic_film How abt On the Town? Gene Kelly keeps chasing Vera-Ellen around, including her ballet classes w Madame Dyliofsky, who is the reason she runs out on their date to get to her Coney Island coohie show job. And of course, the big New York ballet sequence.
@tokyo_trap_god Yoooo, send that to me please. Walken is slick light on his feet, I’m sure he’s an admirer of Gene Kelly.
@kevinparakeet Yooo i love this, i've been on a Gene Kelly binge recently. There's a good TCM program about him narrated by Christopher walken.
@mordicaioshea @brittlestar Okay, you've convinced me. Fred Astaire wasn't a real person, he's a realistically drawn animated character. How could I have been so duped all these years? Next I suppose I'll learn Gene Kelly never actually danced with Jerry the mouse.
people keep citing the umbrella dance as a reason why tom holland is strong casting for fred astaire, meanwhile i’m grumbling “that’s gene kelly you fools” under my breath
@BoomySpidey Hopefully in the future he also gets to play Gene Kelly 🤞🏾🤞🏾🤞🏾
Gene Kelly, Agnes Moorehead and Janice Rule pose for a press photo for the Schlitz playhouse of stars episode "The life you save", based on a Flannery O'Connor story, 1957.
@DoraHol97570423 @amaliabalashs @DiscussingFilm @APEntertainment Holland has training in ballet, like gene Kelly. Astaire was trained more in ballroom. You can see the difference in this sequence: youtu.be/mYVySDLUCy8
@FrankConniff He has beautiful bi-lateral symmetry, and a solid, solid, core upper body stillness - a la Gene Kelly. He'd be perfect for Kelly. I think he has the work effort to learn and copy Astaire's natural grace. (Kelly and Astaire are opposites in style.)