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kingsleyyy:

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© sebstop

#OH MY GOOOODDDDD  #OH MY GOD  #I CAN'T STOP LAUGHING  


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"I love what Bryan is doing with Hannibal. It’s like an indie movie, you know? Absolutely cinematic, on a network show, which is kind of awesome." [x]

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#PLEAAAASEEEEEEE  


cumberspawnn:

omg Starbucks although I don’t frequent your stores that often I love you right now

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Dane DeHaan and Aubrey Plaza promote their new film “Life After Beth” on GMA (x)

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Natalie Dormer on Women and Body Image in Hollywood during SDCC 2014 (x)

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#PERFECT  #natalie dormer  


Arya had to change her identity to survive so many times, like Arry and Nan, and now that she’s finally on her own, like going wherever she wants to go, do you feel that she’s still attached to who she is as a Stark or do you think that she is someone new entirely? How do you play that?

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#MAISIE MY HERO  #at least the actors understand the characters  #EVEN IF D&D DON'T AND SO THEY SHIT ON THEM  


Sam, Dean, and Cas are lost and parentless, with no idea how to express intimacy, because intimacy in SPN is feminine, and all the women they know are dead. SPN’s final Big Bad has always been the threat that real male intimacy poses to its proto-masculine image of itself. It’s a fight of continual repression and internalized shame, waged in sideswipes, gay jokes, and incessant shaming of effeminacy, nerdiness, and anything that might resemble nuanced expressions of male gender. Narratively, out of nine seasons, SPN has only had five canonically gay characters with a 50% survival rate. And “dorky guys” including Castiel are consistently made fodder for Dean’s and the show’s amusement, not admiration or attraction.

But the more SPN mocks and represses, the more it has to contend with its own fandom—female, queer, genderqueer, nerdy, and unashamed. The fandom’s culling of queer and genderqueer readings from SPN deliberately repudiates its textual scouring of their own identities and emotional landscapes. SPN’s fandom is diametrically opposed to the straightlaced mainstream audience SPN wishes it had. So SPN’s creative team routinely breaks the fourth wall in the most passive-aggressive way: to remind fans that they see you and they disapprove.
Supernatural’s Fall from Grace (via bookshop)

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#basically why i don't find it in myself to continue watching  #so yeah  #thanks for nothing spn  #ever since kripke left you've been nothing but bullshit  


robert-pattinson-hates-his-life:

#weeping

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#I LOVE THIS MAN  



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