I want to scream at everyone who has put me down and made me second guess myself and who has gone behind my back and fuck you for all the negativity you’ve brought upon me fuck you
guys i find attractive
twice my age
all of the above
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❝Thor is fun, the way Superman should be; his cape is a bright, hopeful red and you want to hang out with him. The Superman in Man of Steel is a guy you want to keep your distance from, more coldly alien than the Asgardian who just arrived here. They’re both immigrants to Earth, but even though the Man of Steel Superman was raised here, Thor feels more connected to humans in his movies, more their champion. More their Superman.❞
Cultural Lessons of 2013: Thor is the new Superman | National Post (via literatebitch)
I remember seeing Thor trying to get people to safety during super-battles in his two movies. I don’t remember seeing Superman trying to do that in Man of Steel.
That’s a problem.
Here you see the very rare instance in which Tom is not articulate and seems to be rather drunk. Please note the band-aid on his forehead and his inability to stay on topic
My gift for you, Legolas, is a bow of the Galadhrim, worthy of the skill of our Woodland kin.
❝I heard that this hunky guy from Lord of the Rings, Karl Urban, was going to come in for Bones. And quite frankly, you know…Ok, I thought it was going to be a COMPLETE waste of time. ‘The stud from Lord of the Rings? The killer from the Bourne films? From NEW ZEALAND? HE wants to play McCoy?’ But actors are actors and when they’re good, they can do anything. My mind was open. A little bit. But he came in and was so funny and so good that it reminded me that you never know with actors. He came in and channeled this divorced, drinking Southern doctor and I was just blown away. Taught me a lesson, too. Never underestimate what a good actor can do.❞
—J.J. Abrams (via steamedporkbun)
Dylan on dreaming about his teeth falling out