Little girls & aliens
OH GOD I’M HAVING FEELS
Black Widow photographed by Marco Grob
“Fairytales are more than true: not because they tell us that dragons exist, but because they tell us that dragons can be beaten.” - G.K. Chesterton
The Story Danny Elfman // Jessamyn’s Reel Chris Thile // Into the Forest Elmer Bernstein // Cuckoo’s Nest Nickel Creek // Secret of the Woods Ron Block // King Eidellig of the Fairfolk Elmer Bernstein // Something Wicked This Way Comes James Horner // A Bird Without Feathers Ramin Djawadi // Fireballs Harry Gregson-Williams // Sorrow Hans Zimmer // I See Thee Nevermore Ron Block // Going Somewhere Abel Korzeniowski // Knights March Hans Zimmer // Storm’s Coming Jeff Beal // The Night Before James Horner // A Thunder Battle Howard Shore // Beyond Fire T.T.L. // Dernhelm in Battle Howard Shore // Rise a Knight (Album Edit) Harry Gregson-Williams // The Sleeping Beauty: Panorama Tchaikovsky // We Can Be Saved Jeff Beal // You Win or You Die Ramin Djawadi // Forbidden Mountain George Bruns // The Horned King (Alternate) Elmer Bernstein // The Army of the Dead Elmer Bernstein // A Swan Song Clint Mansell // Victory Does Not Make Us Conquerors Ramin Djawadi // Written in the Stars Rachel Portman // The Eleventh Reel Chris Thile // Finale (Sleeping Beauty) Chorus - Sleeping Beauty
A companion playlist to Throw Yourself In - A (Mostly) Instrumental Playlist
Songs to overthrow oppressive regimes to.
1. Radioactive - Imagine Dragons // 2. Counting Bodies Like Sheep to the Rhythm of the War Drums - A Perfect Circle // 3. I Predict A Riot - Kaiser Chiefs // 4. Wretches and Kings - Linkin Park // 5. Uprising - Muse // 6. Vox Populi (A Call To Arms) - 30 Seconds to Mars // 7. S.I.N.G. - My Chemical Romance // 8. Ce N’Est Pas Bon - Amadou And Mariam // 9. Seven Nation Army (The Glitch Mob Remix) - The White Stripes // 10. Unnatural Selection - Muse // 11. Revolution - Nevada Tan // 12. The Fallen - Franz Ferdinand // 13. This Is Why We Fight – The Decemberists // 14. Supremacy - Muse // 15. Empire - Kasabian // 16. The W.A.N.D. - The Flaming Lips // 17. Kill Your Heroes - AWOLNATION // 18. Viva La Vida - Coldplay
Youtuber 1981TimeLord made an epic extended version of the War Doctor’s regeneration sequence.
"I love that girl, man. She’s like my sister. I’ve known her for 10 years. She’s just one of the smartest people I know. It’s great when someone with a razor-sharp intellect wants to have fun." -Chris Evans
I HAVE WAITED MY LIFE TO FIND THIS OMG I CAN’T I JUST CAN’T
so much swag in 3 people
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You wish surprise will never stop wonders.
You wish sunrise will never fall under.
We should always know that we can do everything.
"Why do boys say someone acts like a girl as if it were an insult?"
Matt Smith, set to film his last episode as the Doctor, offered fans a sincere “Thank you for your support” today at Doctor Who 50th anniversary panel at San Diego Comic-Con. It was a bittersweet farewell tour for an actor who has won many fans in his four years on the long-running series.
The festivities played to a packed house in San Diego Comic-Con’s Hall H, a 6,500-seat venue. Smith did a balletic leap onto the stage destined to made into a thousand animated GIFs. And he was joined by his companion Jenna Coleman, executive producer and lead writer Steven Moffat, and producer Marcus Wilson. As the panel was also a celebration of An Adventure in Space and Time — BBC AMERICA’s upcoming dramatic film depicting the behind-the-scenes early days of Who — writer Mark Gatiss and actor David Bradley were on stage as well.
Craig Ferguson, Scottish funnyman, host of CBS’s Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson and a lifelong Whovian, moderated the proceedings, kicking things off with River Song’s trademark “Hello, sweeties.” The panel was dotted with dollops of Ferguson’s brand of cheeky humor. “The people waiting for the Sons of Anarchy panel are very confused right now,” he said…
Gal Gadot Set to Play Wonder Woman in ‘Batman vs. Superman’
Actress Gal Gadot, previously known for her work in the Fast & Furious series, has been cast to play Wonder Woman and her alter ego Diana Prince and will be co-starring alongside Ben Affleck as Batman/Bruce Wayne and Henry Cavill as Superman/Clark Kent in the still untitled ‘Batman Vs. Superman' film set for 2015.
Director Zack Snyder commented:
"Wonder Woman is arguably one of the most powerful female characters of all time and a fan favorite in the DC Universe. Not only is Gal an amazing actress, but she also has that magical quality that makes her perfect for the role. We look forward to audiences discovering Gal in the first feature film incarnation of this beloved character…"