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fxntasia:

Genie, I'm...I'm gonna miss you.

R.I.P. Robin Williams (July 21, 1951 - August 11, 2014)

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"I remember seeing Aladdin when I was five or six and loving it. I looked at the big screen and said to my mum, ‘Whatever this Genie guy does, I want to do.’ Mum said I couldn’t be a genie, but that Robin Williams, who did the voiceover in the film, was an actor. So I said, ‘OK, then, I want to be an actor.’"

— Darren Criss (x)

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tylerfaith:

iscahmckrae:

crimson-11-delight-dustafterrain:

andrewgiraffields:

 #remember when sookie was played by a fat actress and there were literally no jokes about her weight on the show? #remember how she wasn’t defined by her weight? #remember how she got to date and get married and have kids and not be just the token funny fat friend of the main character? #remember when she ~got her life together and was happy before lorelai and that wasn’t seen as threatening?

remember how her insecurities (which she did have, because doesn’t everyone?) had nothing to do with her appearance and were more about her artistic failures, her ability to be a mom, her “annoying quirks” she thought Jackson would get tired of?

remember how even though she was often clumsy forgetful and disorganized she was still portrayed as a competent adult? remember how her decision to get married and have kids didn’t diminish her career as a master chef and entrepreneur? remember how she was a bubbly and funny supporting character without being shallow or unintelligent?

Yes yes yes a thousand times yes

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slightly-silly:

Not so long ago, I discovered Donna Vivino’s version of “No Good Deed”  and I am still not over how utterly amazing it is. She sounds so crazy, which is so good. Also that high F belt note at the end of her Fiyero-riff. Ugh. Too much, too much to mention. Also. ACTING.

YouTube decided to delete the video, but Thank Goodness I was smart enough to download it before that happened, so that I can re-upload it over here, because it’s still one of the beste NGD-performances I have ever seen. (I did not record this video though and I can’t find the user who did, for which I’m sorry. I will give you the right source-claims if you turn up after all.)

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As a viewer [of The Office], I wondered what was the status of your relationship [with Mindy Kaling] off-camera? You had such great chemistry; it just seemed so realistic.

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rokkstar:

Printing this and hanging it up in the laundry room ☺

tumblr has taught me more about real life than real life ever has

did i just learn a second language

I’ve been waiting for this for ages.

huskdawgzilla:

superwholockgarfield:

because-donuts:

rokkstar:

Printing this and hanging it up in the laundry room ☺

tumblr has taught me more about real life than real life ever has

did i just learn a second language

I’ve been waiting for this for ages.

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the-hedgehog-whisperer:

You want to see something punny ??

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 The Gatsby that I remember reading when I was 15 years old in junior high school was far different from the Gatsby I read as an adult. And what I remember from my years in junior high was this hopeless romantic that was solely in love with this one woman and created this great amount of wealth to respectably hold her hand. Then to reread it as an adult it was incredibly fascinating. It is one of those novels that is talked about nearly 100 years later for a reason. It’s incredibly nuanced, it’s existential and here at the center of this movie is this man that is incredibly hollow searching for some sort of meaning and he’s attached himself to this relic known as Daisy. She’s a mirage and I was struck by the sadness in him for the first time. I looked at him completely different, I looked at him as somebody that was very hollow and searching for some sort of meaning and Nick was the only one who truly sees what’s going on in reality. One very telling sequence that we talked about a lot and for me was a very important one in the book, is when Nick notices that he’s holding her but he’s still staring at the green light, you know he’s finally got her in his arms he’s still searching for this thing that he thinks is going to complete him. That was the Gatsby I was incredibly excited about playing as an actor and as I got older it took on a new meaning and I think that’s what’s so incredible about this novel, everyone who reads it has their own interpretation of who these people are, who these characters are. —Leonardo Dicaprio
The Gatsby that I remember reading when I was 15 years old in junior high school was far different from the Gatsby I read as an adult. And what I remember from my years in junior high was this hopeless romantic that was solely in love with this one woman and created this great amount of wealth to respectably hold her hand. Then to reread it as an adult it was incredibly fascinating. It is one of those novels that is talked about nearly 100 years later for a reason. It’s incredibly nuanced, it’s existential and here at the center of this movie is this man that is incredibly hollow searching for some sort of meaning and he’s attached himself to this relic known as Daisy. She’s a mirage and I was struck by the sadness in him for the first time. I looked at him completely different, I looked at him as somebody that was very hollow and searching for some sort of meaning and Nick was the only one who truly sees what’s going on in reality. One very telling sequence that we talked about a lot and for me was a very important one in the book, is when Nick notices that he’s holding her but he’s still staring at the green light, you know he’s finally got her in his arms he’s still searching for this thing that he thinks is going to complete him. That was the Gatsby I was incredibly excited about playing as an actor and as I got older it took on a new meaning and I think that’s what’s so incredible about this novel, everyone who reads it has their own interpretation of who these people are, who these characters are. —Leonardo Dicaprio

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