1. (Source: ksol13, via thebowtierambler)

     
  2. (Source: vorobey008, via kateordie)

     
  3. “‘You are speaking of the King in Yellow,’ I groaned, with a shudder.”

    My version of the King in Yellow from Robert Chamber’s short stories. P.S. If you’re not watching True Detective, you’re wrong. Ish is legit.

     
  4. hero-by-proxy:

    Ellen Page comes out as gay. Magnificent speech.

     
     

  5. an-inanimate-fucking-object:

    A television show in the fourth episode of its first season just had a 10 minute long, uninterrupted tracking shot of a robbery gone wrong featuring a current Oscar nominee for Best Actor.

    Remember when television was a lesser medium, used as a stepping stone?

     
  6. natashavc:

    JUST A COUPLE OF FUCKING DOPE BROS WHO EVERYONE THOUGHT PEAKED IN THE 90’S AND SLOGGED THROUGH THE AUGHTS NOW TO SHOW UP ON THE OTHER SIDE SUNKISSED AND THIN SERVING FUCKING VARSITY LEVEL THESPIAN SHIT ON PREMIUM CABLE AND IN THE MOVIES. HEAR THE WOLF CRY THROUGH THEIR EYES

     
  7. spellthief:

    If I’m able to, then perhaps I’ll be closer to portraying a true expression of love.

              -Hayao Miyazaki (x)

    (via squishymew)

     
  8. (Source: pardonmynerdity)

     
  9. kateordie:

    The Representation Project presents a look at how women in the media were treated this year - some high points, yes, but a whole lotta lows. I don’t agree with everything spotlighted as a negative, but overall, it’s a lot to think about.

    To spin it in a positive way - I think recently of Steven Universe, with its three diverse female protagonists; Bee and Puppycat, which raised hundreds of thousands; Wendy Davis’ valiant fight for reproductive rights and its international coverage; Catching Fire and Frozen, which did incredibly well at the box office and feature awesome stories of girls rescuing themselves and each other. What were your favourite high points for women in pop culture this year?

    (Source: you-are-the-universe)

     
     
  10. "I am in fact, a hobbit in all but size."

    -J.R.R. Tolkien

    (Source: thestoriesthatmatter, via thebowtierambler)

     
  11. loving-lucy:

    When they were having the baby and we did the shows about the birth of Little Ricky [which coincided with the birth of their real life child], Desi was terribly emotional about her. He really was crazy about her. You could feel how they felt.

    William Asher, director 

    (via deadlinecom)

     
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