just saw a little girl at the beach about seven or eight years old and her name was cosette
the les mis fandom is reproducing
I would die if her future boyfriend is named Marius
So would all of his friends
How dare you
so I hadn’t seen a Star Wars one of these yet…
(updated to include a link to Part 2, because you all asked for it…)
…so I’ve had a surprising number of requests for a sequel to my star wars meme
when you try to push up your glasses but forget you took them off so you just kinda hit your face
stop enforcing the idea that u need 2 be in a relationship 2 be happy sometimes u just need more cereal
Since the TFIOS movie became available On Demand and for digital download and people can now pause and zoom in and stuff, many people have asked who wrote the pages of An Imperial Affliction that appear in the movie.
I did. Executive producer Isaac Klausner asked me to write four pages (the two you see here and the final two pages of the book) for the movie edition of An Imperial Affliction, so I did. In this passage, Anna is recalling intense pain breaking through her high doses of narcotic pain medication.
The book that Hazel reads in the movie is just the four pages I wrote printed over and over again hundreds of times. I have a copy of it in my house; it’s my only souvenir from the movie set.
I hope glee does one last competition and are really scared because the opposing team’s lead singer is supposed to be the best in the entire country and slowly the curtain goes up and there he is
Being haunted by desire of authenticity I take stealthy photos sometimes. I am interested to know how people read when they think nobody’s looking. The world surely does not exist for them at that moment.
love love this
Lesley Sharp on David Tennant:
"When Sky is copying people’s speech patterns, we both had to learn the square root of pi to two or three dozen decimal places, but it was almost impossible to keep up with David. His speech pattern, the rate at which he speaks, is phenomenally fast. Really, really quick. He learns pages and pages and pages. And the rate at which he speaks is the rate at which he thinks. Russell explained to me that David’s Doctor has a lot to say, because that’s David. He’s so bright. Isn’t that brilliant though? The things that Russell thinks about and then re-interprets - I think they’re both amazing."
— from DWM #397
All of my previous behind-the-scenes photoset posts can be found here.