September302014

"I’m very excited about what is to come, and I hope to be moving on to new things. But all good things come to an end. Also Narnia has taught me everything I know about acting, and I would not be anywhere without it.

(Source: kingsandqueensofnarnia, via marauders-mischief-managed)

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I didn’t shoot it like a scene where you [say] action [and] cut. I kind of let the camera roll for four or five minutes and I let Helena and Emma improvise to a certain extent those moments, so they could build an intensity together. […] There were one or two moments that were really powerful, where Emma was able to just let go a little bit and forget for a moment that she was acting. And the screams were quite horrible to listen to. It was a very odd energy in the room. I felt in that moment, and in that day and in that room, she kind of crossed the line as an actress. She discovered something within herself that will make her a great actor. (x)

(Source: harrypotterdailly, via marauders-mischief-managed)

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astoria-art:

Inspired by: (x)

"But he misspelled Annabeth’s name-"

"Oh, no, it’s a pun."

(via marauders-mischief-managed)

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runningrepublican:

poetwithoutadream:

i love this fucking quote so fucking much

This was a great episode…
I watch this with my family all the time.

(Source: jonwithabullet, via marauders-mischief-managed)

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etommo13:

dibbydabby:

plutoisaplanetdammit:

mishasminions:

testosteroneman:

deadpandean:

sourwolf-of-beacon-hills:

jtotheizzoe:

Solar Road Trip

"Mom! Earth threw a satellite at me!!" said all the other planets.

"Mom," Pluto wailed, "Earth is saying I’m not a real planet again!" 

this is cute. 

poor pluto :(

PLUTO PLS

you’ll always be real 

I love how our entire generation all take Pluto not being an official planet anymore as a personal insult

^^^ yessss

(Source: thegentlemansarmchair, via marauders-mischief-managed)

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radioactivelightning:

Rick Riordan talks about the Origins of Percy.

(via marauders-mischief-managed)

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egg-rolls:

learning languages is so weird like you’re literally just learning how to make a different set of noises at people than the ones you usually make 

(via sheytoons)

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peetasallhehasleft:

anachronisticsiren:


Anne Hathaway as Mary Poppins (Saturday Night Live, April 10, 2008) [x]

#MIA ARE YOU MOCKING YOUR GRANDMA?????
A+ tag from camyberry

peetasallhehasleft:

anachronisticsiren:

Anne Hathaway as Mary Poppins (Saturday Night Live, April 10, 2008) [x]

A+ tag from camyberry

(Source: mickeyandcompany, via marauders-mischief-managed)

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Women must have a say in matters that affect their countries,communities and families.After all, they are half of the population, so women’s equal participation in decision-making is a question of justice and democracy,I have learned that it is also a question of priorities, as women are more likely to focus on issues such as education, health, unpaid care economy and the environment. These are important issues that affect all of us.
Women must have a say in matters that affect their countries,communities and families.After all, they are half of the population, so women’s equal participation in decision-making is a question of justice and democracy,I have learned that it is also a question of priorities, as women are more likely to focus on issues such as education, health, unpaid care economy and the environment. These are important issues that affect all of us.

(Source: emccwatson, via nevergivein-untilyouwin)

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fushigikid:

martinfreemansmiddlefinger:

In cinema, gloves are regularly used to represent hiding one’s true intentions. Characters often seen wearing gloves are normally hiding something 

Frozen is a perfect example of this

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Elsa obviously uses gloves to hide her powers and doesn’t show her true self until she discards them 

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BUT GUESS WHO ELSE WEARS GLOVES THE ENTIRE MOVIE

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Well played Disney… well played

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I’m onto you, you fucking rat.

(via nevergivein-untilyouwin)

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aflockofseagulls:

let’s play a game called “how much of this homework can i do in school tomorrow”

(Source: armisael, via lighter-and-rizla)

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