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There was big apprehension on my part whether or not to do the movie [Captain America]. It was a six-picture deal and the problem is, if one of these pictures is a big success and it changes your life, you may not cope with it as well as you expected. There certainly was some fear involved initially. But then you just think, ‘If that’s what I’m scared of, maybe that’s exactly what I should do’, and, in retrospect, God, I’d be kicking myself if I hadn’t done it.

I adore the way he just FEELS everything so completely. He’s so in the moment, even when that moment is happening in the somewhat ridiculous, artificial context of an interview.

(Also, that one second down on the right? Good Morning America surprised him by bringing him pies from his favorite Boston-area pizza place to their studio in NYC. The guy who can inspire a move like that is damn special. New Yorkers take their pizza very seriously.)

mulattoesonly:

thebestofbothworldz:

"Annie can’t be black! She’s supposed to have red hair and freckles!"

So cute!

geekyjessica:

ffffjjjj:

I need a 500 pack of these

Oh, shit.  These are awesome!!

I’ll take 1,000.


I feel like these might actually come in handy at some point…

missinglinc:

If you have a heart you’ll re-

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If you care reblog, if not keep scr-

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I’m judging you if you don’t re-

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lauramcewan:

Ewan McGregor on his first nude scene in the theatre

Cheeky bastard.

halfwaysureimhalfwaysane:

jalapeno-pepper-poppers:

bliss41:

nodaybuttodaytodefygravity:

theinternetshastakenover:

BEST THING EVER 

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I don’t know what I was expecting

but it definitely wasn’t that

/standing ovation

I WAS TOTALLY UNPREPARED

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piscula:

in 1930 the average wages were $27,481*
in 2012 the average wages were $44,321

in 1930 the average home cost $53,635*
in 2013 the average home cost $289,500

in 1930 the average car cost $8,369*
in 2013 the average car cost $31,352

but no you are probably right, it’s just twenty-somethings being lazy.

renisanz:

Sketches I started last night that will remain unfinished.

When you go out into the woods and you look at trees, you see all these different trees. And some of them are bent, and some of them are straight, and some of them are evergreens, and some of them are whatever. And you look at the tree and you allow it. You appreciate it. You see why it is the way it is. You sort of understand that it didn’t get enough light, and so it turned that way. And you don’t get all emotional about it. You just allow it. You appreciate the tree. The minute you get near humans, you lose all that. And you are constantly saying ‘You’re too this, or I’m too this.’ That judging mind comes in. And so I practice turning people into trees. Which means appreciating them just the way they are.
Ram Dass (via the-starpilot-has-landed)

absentlyabbie:

I’m actually working on a fic for once, but it’s super angsty, so it probably wouldn’t be much help in the cheering up department. Sorry. :(

You gonna post it on AO3?

If I can wrangle it into completion, yeah. It’s requiring me to rewatch several recent episodes of Arrow for canon/continuity reasons, which is slightly slowing down the outpouring of feels, but maybe by this weekend.

paintingispoetry:

Edgar Degas, Rehearsal on Stage, 1874

paintingispoetry:

Edgar Degas, Rehearsal on Stage, 1874

lulabo:

It’s not so much that I don’t think there are people that you can say “this is a good person” vs “this is a bad person,” not in life and not in fiction, but I think when you look at a character and evaluate them on that kind of black and white level, especially in a world like the one in Orphan Black, you’re maybe not reading the whole text. There are definitely good people and bad people in Orphan Black. There are definitely good clones (Cosima) and bad ones (Rachel) in Orphan Black. But those are also characters that can’t necessarily be boiled down to one essential quality of good versus bad. (Mad S1 OB spoilers.)

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