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gehayi:

l0uderthanb0mbs:

SHE // a “fuck you” to everyone who thinks girls shouldn’t sing rock music

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Wait, there are people who actually think that? *boggles*

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Did you guys like our new album? 

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“You fool. No man can kill me.”

How many times am I allowed to reblog this before it gets weird?

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Fun facts: Tolkien constructed this scene because he came out of Macbeth thinking that Shakespeare had missed a golden opportunity with the ”Be bloody, bold, and resolute; laugh to scorn the power of man, for none of woman born shall harm Macbeth” prophecy

Being letdown by Macbeth is apparently a significant factor in Tolkien’s writing because the Ent/Huorn attack on Isengard was the result of his disappointment that the whole “til Birnam Wood come to Dunsinane” thing was just some dudes holding sticks and not actual ambulatory trees.

so he basically took his favorite shakespeare headcanons and put them into his AU fic

This revelation just knocked me over.

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girl groups - ot4

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yellowberd:

"I had such a dream last night. I was floating above the trees with my lips connected to those of a beautiful figure, for what seemed like an age. Flowery treetops sprung up beneath us and we rested on them with the lightness of a cloud."
Bright Star (2009) directed by Jane Campion

yellowberd:

"I had such a dream last night. I was floating above the trees with my lips connected to those of a beautiful figure, for what seemed like an age. Flowery treetops sprung up beneath us and we rested on them with the lightness of a cloud."

Bright Star (2009) directed by Jane Campion

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  • Interviewer: Obviously people loved Sebastian Stan as Winter Soldier. I know a lot of people loved his work in it. I mean, it's a no-brainer he's coming back. Can you comment if he'll have a bigger part?
  • JR: We've called it a two parter. Certainly it's a cliffhanger. I know a lot of people, some people didn't like the fact that he didn't have a lot of lines or that we didn't explore a lot of his personality in that film. That wasn't the point of that movie. The point of that movie was that a ghost from Cap's past comes back and punches him in the face. And how does he deal with that while, mission wise, also trying to save the world. So that character in that movie had a really specific job of basically being a killing machine. And Cap cracked the veneer of that well-formed HYDRA killing machine. So what's left to explore is the personality of the character, much the way Brubaker's run did after Winter Soldier regained a semblance of his past. So the question would be, you know, philosophical issues we'd want to deal with in Cap 3 would be, you know, is he redeemable? Is he the worst assassin we've ever seen or is he the longest suffering P.O.W.? You know, where does he live now? Does he ever regain his memories?
  • AR: He's a beautifully tragic character.
  • JR: If he doesn't regain his memories, can we call him Bucky Barnes? Or is he somebody new? So it's a really fascinating character to play with. Very rich. I remember when we met with Kevin and we found out they were doing the 'Winter Soldier', I said, 'we've got Star Wars on our hands' because it's such a rich, familial conflict. A hero and a villain who are basically brothers. And such a complex villain... I always say the hero's only as good as the villain. Bucky's so rich and so complex, that he makes Cap more interesting.
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quietlim:

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quietlim:

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