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this was supposed to be a gaming blog, but it has converted into a multifandom blog that contains mainly spartacus, in the flesh, dragon age, lee pace, LOTR, lee pace, hobbits, the occasional gw2 (how ironic of me) aaand more lee pace. oh and art. cause i'm artsy. i think.

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all it took was "bucky" to unravel 70 years of brainwashing.







James McAvoy photographed by Matt Irwin for OUT Magazine - Part 2 (X)

The little smirk makes the top one 1000% better.

jossmayfair hightimeswithhiddles

This is my favorite photoshoot.
The first two pics do things to me …

His smirk in the first one is sinful..
And every fucking thing about the 2nd one is lethal.


So comes snow after fire, and even dragons have their endings.


Let me tell you why I think this scene is so important.

When I first saw this scene, I thought, “Simon’s line is so out of character.”, because I remembered the scene in the pub. I remembered Simon’s look at Kieren when Kieren tried to calm the argument between Amy and Gary. I remember his eyes saying “Oh, really? You’re going to let him say that?”

So, obviously, this “leave it”, when you have this first scene in mind, is completely out of place.

But then I realised. Simon doesn’t want Kieren to stop fighting Gary. He is, most likely, happy to see Kieren standing up for himself. If it was anywhere else, at any other moment, Simon would have been glad to see that, probably would have backed Kieren up.

But this is Kieren’s house, he made Simon act “normal” for his parents. Simon knows all about the situation in Kieren’s home, the act he has to pull, the fragile balance that exists in the family.

And even though Simon firmly believes that what Kieren is doing is right, he doesn’t want to let it happen. He doesn’t want Kieren to blow the act, to risk scaring his family, losing it maybe. He wants to protect Kieren more than he wants to protect his beliefs.

There’s what he believes, and then there’s Kieren.

I don’t speculate too much about the future. That’s the thing about this job – it’s so fickle. You take the jobs, you read the scripts and, if something interests you and you like the people who are working on it, you go for it. If not, you take a break.

30th September 2014
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I think this bird got confused when someone told him he belonged in the sky.

He decided to be the sky instead.


Plynace wiezowce (Floating Skyscrapers, 2013) - dir. Tomasz Wasilewski | Poland