Beyond What I Used To Be

“Andrew Largeman: You know that point in your life when you realize that the house that you grew up in isn’t really your home anymore? All of the sudden even though you have some place where you can put your shit that idea of home is gone. Sam: I still feel at home in my house. Andrew Largeman: You’ll see when you move out. It just sort of happens one day, one day and it’s just gone. And you can never get it back. It’s like you get homesick for a place that doesn’t exist. I don’t know maybe it’s like this rite of passage, you know. You won’t have this feeling again until you create a new idea of home for yourself, you know, for your kids, for the family you start. It’s like a cycle or something. I miss the idea of it. Maybe that’s all family really is. A group of people who miss the same imaginary place.”
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dailylifeofadisneyfreak:

Waking up on November 1st is literally like walking through a door from Halloweentown to Christmastown

What’s this? What’s this? There’s décor everywhere. What’s this? There’s carols in the air. What’s this? I can’t believe my eyes it’s just November come on folks I mean I swear. What’s this?

I FREAKING READ IT IN JACKS VOICE 

I FUCKING SANG IT

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cumberbuddy:

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"I’m gonna try not to cry," said the big-eyed brunette fan, quavery-voiced as she approached the microphone. 

Forty feet away, the British actor seated at the dais in Comic-Con’s Hall H leaned forward and nodded benevolently.

"We’ll all try together," replied Benedict Cumberbatch.

Many a genre heartthrob has graced the stage at Comic-Con in years past, but the reaction to the 38-year-old Cumberbatch — who’s never made the trek to San Diego until now, despite a Con-worthy résumé that includes Star Trek Into Darkness and The Hobbit — was on a different level than the shrieks that used to greet Taylor Lautner or Robert Pattinson here. This felt personal. The women in this audience, whose crush on Cumberbatch was stoked initially by the BBC series Sherlock, had helped to make him a romantic lead and a movie star almost by sheer force of fervor, and now he had arrived to face his overcome creators at last.

"You exist!" he said to his fans as he took the stage to a cavernous ballroom lit up by raised iPhones. Mere minutes later, his name began trending on Twitter.

Cumberbatch was there at Comic-Con to promote, uh, the animated film Penguins of Madagascar. Sure, we’ll go with that. Rumor has it that Marvel will announce his casting as Dr. Strange during the studio’s Saturday panel, and Cumberbatch coyly fanned those flames of speculation when a fan asked him what superhero he’d like to play. “Nurse Normal,” he said, to crickets. Then, “That was a joke on Dr. Strange.”

But for the most part, he talked Penguins. (Moderator Craig Ferguson warned the audience in advance, “Any questions at the end of this about Sherlock, Comic-Con is canceled.”) In the film, spun off from the popular Madagascar series, Cumberbatch voices a wolf that recruits our titular birds to fight John Malkovich’s selfie-taking, villainous octopus. 

Did he do any research for the role? Sure, joked Cumberbatch: “I worked undercover in Yellowstone Park as a wolf for a while. I was accepted right off the bat quite quickly, but it got pretty hairy — no pun intended — when I became the alpha male.” That notion prompted the woman next to me to let out a brief, guttural noise as Cumberbatch continued, “About a month into it, I realized that two of the other wolves were Christian Bale and Daniel Day-Lewis.”

The panel went mostly in that fashion, with Cumberbatch wafting complicated jokes through Hall H (whilst saying the word “whilst”) and discussing the notion of extraordinary rendition as he promoted an animated movie for children. Occasionally, the actor would say something vaguely sexual — when asked about taking live-action roles, he murmured, “I like to use my body, yeah” — and if you listened closely, you could hear Tumblr collapsing somewhere in the distance.

At one point, a fan asked Malkovich and Cumberbatch a suggestively worded question about the difference between films for children and, well, “adult movies.” Malkovich gamely went off on a tangent about how forbidden sexuality can be in most movies, and how verboten it was to show something onscreen as innocent as “a thigh or upper arm.” Cumberbatch misheard the latter. “Other arm?” he asked quizzically, and lasciviously. The joke dangled.

But with questions about his more fan-friendly properties mostly banned, the women in the audience were at a loss for what to ask Cumberbatch — only that they had to ask him something, lest they lose their big chance. The third time a nervous, grinning girl queried Cumberbatch about the difference between live-action acting and voice roles, Ferguson shot her question down on the grounds of redundancy. 

"Oh, poor girl," murmured Cumberbatch into his microphone. "Do you want to ask another question? Ask what my shoe size is."

"What’s your shoe size?" asked the fan, to more shrieks.

Cumberbatch grinned. “It’s a whole other arm.”

#otherarm 

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thezefronposter:

can we talk about the gossip girl summary on netflix

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You might want to cuddle him but he really will resist. I’m making him sound far too dark. He’s still very, very much the Doctor. And he has a tremendous ability with throwaway humour. A lot of the humour is around the fact that sometimes he’s terribly rude. I think kids will think he’s the rude Doctor. And I said to Peter at the beginning - the last two Doctors fill the room. You make the room come to you. That’s what you do. You just stand there and wait.
Steven Moffat talking to SFX about the cuddlyness of the current Doctor. (via kitt66)

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sschol:

this is from spy kids

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Are you the SAT because I’d do you for 3 hours and 45 minutes with a 10 minute break halfway through for snacks, and then I can stare at you for like 10 minutes and think ‘wow, I hope I don’t ruin this.’
Dude on OKC with the best pick up lines I have ever heard (via suspend)

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teacupsandnetflix:

It cracks me up when the actors on a show are also the producers because I always picture them casting themselves like

"Who’ll play the main character? Ah yes. Me."

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u can’t beat the monuments men

umm excuse u

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don’t mess with the Polar Express

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vinegod:

When you open your eyes during a prayer… by Marcus Johns

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jeremymcbitchin:

Imagine having braces during the apocalypse. no one can take your braces off. And you just have to accept that you’ll have braces forever.

i want a novel focused around a character with braces during the apocalypse and the entire plot of the story revolves around their search for an orthodontist who is still alive and they sort of accidentally save the world in the process

Titled: Brace for It.

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seasalticecream32:

Mary, I think you should do a pregnancy test.

I’ll bet this is where she decided to kill CAM (Magnussen). She had to protect her new family, and CAM was sending a direct threat to her via that telegram.

I agree…you can definitely see it in the 4th gif. She goes from shock to excitement to terrified. She did what she had to do to protect her family. 

People use that look to mean that she’s afraid the baby isn’t john’s, but yes. This is when she realized CAM had to die, because she had not only her husband to protect, but a child.

This is also hours after she learned that Magnussen knew who she was and was going to come after her. She has every reason to be panicked because she has discovered that she is starting a family and there is a legitimate threat to that family all in the same day.

And all the espionage and hidden identities aside there’s also just the fact that she’s 40 years old and JUST got married and she’s fucking pregnant like I know very few people who wouldn’t be at least a little bit ambivalent about that situation even if they didn’t have a face licking blackmailer threatening them. 

My heart falls into my stomach at that last gif because the fear she must have felt.  She’s literally alone in her fight at this point.  No one else knows what she’s fearing.  Even Sherlock doesn’t know the extent of the danger she’s in.  To be this afraid, to think you can’t even rely on your loved ones because you want them out of harm’s way.  I NEED TO HUG MARY.  

Can we fucking applaud Amanda’s acting here, guys? We applaud the way Ben and Martin show hundreds of emotions in a scene in this way BUT JESUS CHRIST THIS WOMAN IS A FUCKING GENIUS.

Amanda Abbington doesn’t get all the love she deserves

Give her ALL THE AWARDS!!!!!

ALL OF THEM!

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southernfriedblonde:

But actually.