i need to re read this book

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Clintasha 5/10 AUs | AU "Reincarnation"
↳Based on the book "The Eternal Ones" by Kirsten Miller
"Do you... Did you ever love him?"
"Loki? NO! not once. Love is for children."
"In that case, I am a child."
"Clint, you know why I can't say those three little words to you, right? This life, Loki, the Red Room, everything I've seen and done..."
"It's okay Nat, I know you love me."
"Perhaps in our next life things will be different for us."
"I wish it were that easy. I look for you in every life, but I don’t always find you. And sometimes I find you too late."

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So i saw mockingjay for the second time.. this time all by myself and it was epic…literally epic..i was the only one in the cinema…DO YOU HAVE ANY IDEA HOW MUCH FUN IT IS TO JUST REACT TO STUFF AND YELL AT THE SCREEN AT INSAINE PARTS CUZ NO ONE IS THERE TO HEAR YOU..

me in my seat like

Tharkay, in every book: “Laurence, you stubborn idiot. don’t do the thing. you can avoid the thing like this. what are you doing. no. stop. Oh god not honor again. why do I even like you. why can’t I just let you deal with your own consequences and go hang out with my birds in peace.

……

…goddamnit just shut up I’ll fix the situation you created with your ~honor~.” 

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The chase through the sewers is not just a marvellous combination of acting, directing and cinematography, but an outstanding example of editing. From In Search of the Third Man (Charles Drazin):

A serious difficulty was Orson Welles’ failure to arrive in Vienna until long after he was due. It was decided as far as possible to double for him. Guy Hamilton (Assistant Director) was one of the people who acted as his stand-in. [Those are his fingers clutching the grate at the end.] He became adept at running in front of an arc light and sending a shadow scurrying down alleyway walls. To hide the fact that he wasn’t Orson Welles, he wore a big hat and a black coat, and Reed made him leave a coat-hanger in to bulk out his much slimmer frame. 

When Welles finally did turn up…he launched into a tirade, furious that he should be expected to work in such filthy conditions. The British crew…were rather taken aback but there was nothing they could do except watch him storm off. ‘Well,’ said Reed, ‘it’s his first day, he’s nervous, and we’ve got so many other things to do. We will just have to build a sewer in Shepperton.’

Given his refusal to go down in the sewers there was really very little for Welles to do in Vienna. He ‘had one day’s shot walking to the Prater wheel, and walking away from the Prater wheel,’ recalled Guy Hamilton, ‘and I think I’m right in saying that was the sum total of Orson’s Viennese contribution.’ All the shots of him in the sewers took place many weeks later at Shepperton - with its more hygienic water supply. 

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Fandom: The Hunger Games!!

i need to re read the books! I LOVE IT TO MUCH

  • 5 favorite characters: Katniss, Finnick, Johanna, Effie & Haymitch
  • 3 OTPs: Katniss x Peeta, Haymitch x Effie & Finnick x Annie
  • Funniest character: Finnick
  • Prettiest character: Cressida
  • Most badass character: Boggs
  • Character I’d like as my BFF: Effie
  • Character that’s ruined my life: PRIM OR RUE

but do basilisks hibernate? 

or are they awake all the time?

what did the giant basilisk inside hogwarts eat all those years?

little rodents that got in were probably not enough and over centuries there would be a natural instinct for small rodents to stay away from places the basilisk could reach

so what did it eat?

or was it asleep for hundreds of years

or was it Tom’s and it had only been there a few decades

I feel like I need to re-read the book but these are questions I’ve had for years.