Monday, September 29, 2014

american-eater:

basically a summary of my feelings for rickyl: id date both of you but id much rather watch you two date

morrowseer:

Can we please stop making fun of people who are over 20 and are still virgins

Can we please stop making fun of people who are not interested in sex/are repulsed by sex

Can we please stop making fun of people who aren’t interested in a sexual or romantic relationship

Wednesday, September 24, 2014

Norman Reedus interviewed by GQ Magazine, Oct ‘14 issue

reedusfamily:

NORMAN REEDUS turns up on his motorbike at a restaurant in the countryside of Atlanta, not far from where he lives while The Walking Dead is shot. Helmet off, he looks barely a quick rinse different from his character on the show, Daryl Dixon. “I’m so tired,” he says. “We wrapped this morning at 8:30a.m.” He says he spent the night “running for my life… stalking and running,” though he also took time to Instagram a photo of the full moon about the Georgia night forest.

Often when you talk to actors on successful TV series, you can sense, however much they appreciate the success, how trapped they feel. But Reedus exudes a sense of liberation— as though this experience has turned out to be exactly what he needed to invigorate not only his career but his life. Of this forthcoming season, he is excited but a little coy, as protocol demands. “One of the best things about this show is that it constantly keeps moving and constantly keeps evolving into something else,” he says.

Still, for any viewers troubled by the almost pornographic delight that The Walking Dead seems to take from lingering close-ups of a bewildering variety of brain-crushing zombie homicides, don’t hold out for respite any time soon: “You’d be surprised the creative ways they come up with doing stuff that you haven’t seen before. There’s some new stuff I would never have thought of. It’s pretty hard-core.”

Among the still-living, the taciturn, troubled, crossbow-wielding Dixon has become the show’s most beguiling character. Reedus once mentioned that he tried to play Dixon as if he were a virgin and though he partly backtracks now—“I don’t know if it’s like a virgin, but it’s definitely somebody that’s not got game”—it does remind him of one road never taken. At a party after the show’s first season, he ran into that season’s showrunner Frank Darabont. “He said, ‘I’ve got an idea for Daryl. He’s gay. Would you be interested in that?’ I was like, ‘Let me hear you out.’ He said, ‘Well, he’s prison gay—like, you’ll catch him looking at a member of the same sex, but if you mention it to him, he’ll just stab you and be like what the fuck?—he will never admit it.’ I was like, ‘That’ll blow minds—let’s do that.’ And he said, ‘I knew I hired you for a reason.’”

But it was not to be—by the next season, Darabont had been fired. “Had nothing to do with that,” Reedus assures me. So he was left to find his own path.

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Tuesday, September 16, 2014

maxonshreaves:

when your otp is in an intense argument and their faces get closer together but then they stop talking 

and they look at the others’ lips

(Source: makoraa)

Thursday, September 11, 2014

droqo:

"Permission to shake your hand, sir?"

Best scene ever.

Wednesday, September 10, 2014

cumberbum:

Benedict Cumberbatch - 2014 Toronto International Film Festival Portraits

Saturday, September 6, 2014

(Source: andrewlncoln)

wearyvoices:

James McAvoy by Simon Lipman for Esquire 

Monday, July 28, 2014

nonormynolife:

This hug though

Andy buries his face into Norm’s shoulder omg. What kind of things you guys talked about made you hug each other that tight omg

Sunday, July 27, 2014
If you stand beside Rick, you’re family. If you stand in front of Rick…you’re a problem Andrew Lincoln x (via simplyanotherstatistic)