No sympathy for rapists, no sympathy for abusers, no sympathy for those who side with them. No excuses for their behavior, no justifications, no exceptions.
"There is something about Molly which makes women and young women who watch "Sherlock" identify themselves with her. A bit like Watson, who is the reflection of the reader in the Sherlock Holmes universe, Molly has her own spot there too. Molly proves to us that yes, we can be ridiculous when we are in love, and it’s no big deal, it’s nothing to be ashamed of. I remember at the beginning of the show, some people said that she was a "doormat". Some people are doormats, and I don’t mind playing that role, but I always thought that Molly was more than that, that she represented much more than that. What is interesting is that no one thought that Molly could be perfect for Sherlock in the first place, it was like a joke. But despite us, despite me and despite the writers, something happened in the last series and we don’t laugh anymore at the idea that yes, something could happen between them. It doesn’t matter to me, but I think that what is wonderful is that Molly incarnates the power of the heart and the power of the risk. She takes some risks, she sees him. She sees the person underneath the eccentric, infuriating, annoying and sometimes utterly rude persona. And that’s the reason why her character works so well.”
- English translation from Rencontre avec Louise Brealey
Supernatural in 4 words
Or in 8…
Or in 10…
Or in 15 words…
Or back to 4 words…
I don’t think Siri likes being called Jarvis…
Fan art for the ever-amazing Winterheart!
Ah, only six hours and four cups of tea later.
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Classic Who // New Who Parallels Inappropriate Music playing during scenes part 1
Filming the torture scene in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1 where Bellatrix is torturing Hermione at the Malfoy’s Manor proved to be very intense for the actors involved (Most of the scene was cut to avoid an R rating in the USA and a 15 rating in the UK). So intense and brutal as it was that Helena Bonham Carter approached Emma Watson right afterward to make sure they were still on good terms.
I really want to see the original scene
Marvel Studios presents: The Actors and the Snipers Threat.
hissss marvel corp is always watchingggggggg
Bucky barnes isn’t a villain you piece of shits
#bless this post #i want to punch everyone in the tags #going on and on about how they love villains and how hot Bucky is so they must now have a thing for bad guys #DID YOU NOT WATCH THE FUCKING MOVIE OR ARE YOU JUST STUPID #flips table
If you call Bucky a villain…I’m not going to call you an ass, but he will.
and there you go, guys. Steve Rogers’ word is law.
Not a perfect soldier. But a good man.
Tully’s get their strength from the water
when your obsessive special interest suddenly changes and your blog followers are like wtf this isn’t what i signed up for
Is it the girl? She getting under your skin?