ruinedchildhood:

Here’s a gif of Bill Nye eating a twinkie.

ruinedchildhood:

Here’s a gif of Bill Nye eating a twinkie.

Together-apart-together-apart

Together-apart-together-apart

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herzensschreie:

phil-has-a-monster-cock:

california-cla-ssy:

mrs-freebatchof221bbakerstreet:

sexponents:

1997 leonardo can get it

2013 leonardo can get it

leonardo can get it whenever he wants

unless it is an oscar

omg

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(Margot about her character Naomi Lapaglia) “As for my character in particular, the nudity and the sexual side to her is her main power over Jordan. She uses that to manipulate men to get what she wants. That’s her form of currency in a world where she’s surrounded by millionaires, and she’s come from nothing. She didn’t have any money whatsoever. That’s how she became a millionaire, you know? So she definitely wouldn’t see it that way. She wouldn’t feel sorry for herself for having to take her clothes off. She would do that willingly. In fact, she would pity the men that are dumb enough to fall for it. It’s her form of power, so it wouldn’t feel exploitative for my character at all.”

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He’s weeping for the human race on all of our behalves.

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Q

Anonymous asked:

What are your quick thoughts on current action sequels Captain America 2 and the Raid 2?

A

I enjoyed Cap 2 quite a bit, but I’m becoming increasingly bored by Marvel’s villains. I’m hoping that Guardians can step it up in that regard. The bad guys of both Iron Man 3 and Cap 2 were more ideas than actual villains and actions felt a little cookie-cutter. I enjoyed the banter, but I wasn’t blown away.

With The Raid 2, I thought it was a tad ill-balanced. We have a few awesome fight sequences up top, but then we’re looking at a pretty lengthy portion that is almost exclusively story. Admittedly the story and characters are deeper than The Raid, but I didn’t watch The Raid for story, I watched it for some insane action (which it delivered), so in that regard I was a bit thrown by what I got from The Raid 2. The movie felt a little too bloated for its own good. That said, the final 30 minutes or so of the film are top notch (and why I loved The Raid) and I’m sure were I to re-watch the film, I’d enjoy it a lot more.

firstsonofodin:

blackheartedgod:

moriarty:

Stan Lee on Marvel OTPs

So basically Stan Lee ships everyone with anyone.

God hath spoken.

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lettherebedoodles:

Wendell: “But Petra, how do we get to Neverland?”

Petra: “Fly, of course!”

~*~

Alec: “If I had a world of my own, everything would be nonsense. Nothing would be what it is because everything would be what it isn’t. And contrary-wise; what it is it wouldn’t be, and what it wouldn’t be, it would. You see?”

(( Here’s the kids! XD ))

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helloyoucreatives:

Art Directors Club Czech Republic - Time to get 

Advertising Agency : Made by Vaculik, Prague, Czech Republic

scenesthaoncemadethedifference:

Art does not need Oscars! Art needs passion above all. 

canadian-space-agency:

Respect to the early space pioneers.
Credit : IFLScience

canadian-space-agency:

Respect to the early space pioneers.

Credit : IFLScience

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g1988:

Mark Englert’s Ghostbusters print is GLORIOUS.

THIS SATURDAY NIGHT, 7-10 PM at 69 Leonard St. in New York City, come celebrate 30 years of Ghostbusters with us!!

Ghostbusters30th.com

Q

Anonymous asked:

Would you do a what-if for the Abrahms star trek films?

A

The base is definitely split on these new Star Trek films. As someone unfamiliar with the universe, I’m not as deeply distraught by the schism, though I can understand where the friction comes from.
That said, I don’t see this getting a What If… at least any time soon.