Olesya Novikova and Leonid Sarafanov

Please do not delete my captions, it’s really hurtful when I see people trying to feed off of my posts. Especially if you’re not adding ANYTHING to my post, you’re just rewriting what I wrote. I’m sorry if I come off really strong about this, but it’s really annoying and it’s not right.

Feel free to add, but don’t delete or I will escort you to hell when I’m through with you.

Olesya Rulin Gif Hunt

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Olesya is such an underused FC that I’ve literally never seen her used. I think she’s a great actress and doesn’t get as much recognition. She could easily be a gender swap/sister of Chris Colfer or related to Ginnifer Goodwin and could play ages from 15 to 24. She’d done a lot of work (most prominently the High School Musical movies) but there are hardly any gifs of her, so I decided to make this gif hunt. 

There are about 322 gifs. I made 127 of them, which are marked as mine. Eventually, I plan on making more Olesya gifs, and then I’ll make another gif hunt. I’m sorry if any are repeated. 

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Noah Taylor also joining the PlayStation Network superhero series

As formats and delivery platforms for movies and TV shows explode, even video game console makers are muscling in on the act. Sony’s PlayStation Network is busy developing a series based on Brian Michael Bendis and Michael Avon Oeming’s graphic novel Powers, with Eddie Izzard, Noah Taylor and Oleysa Rulin signing on.

Powers, which will come from Sony Pictures TV, adapts the graphic novel set in a world where superpowers exist, but are far more widespread than your usual comic book project. Here, the abilities are misused a lot more often for mayhem and murder and it’s the job of powered police officers to keep things in line.

Homicide detectives Christian Walker (Jason Patric) and Deena Pilgrim (Susan Heyward) are on the case investigating crimes committed by people with the power to fly or throw energy bolts around. Among those on the other side of the law are Wolfe (Izzard), a notorious villain with high-level abilities imprisoned in a facility called the Shaft and forced to undergo surgeries to keep his power in check. Rulin will be one of those taking over a role from the original pilot, replacing Bailee Madison as Calista, a teenage runaway Power who keeps her wits about her. Taylor is also on replacement duty, swapping in for Vinnie Jones as Johnny Royale, a criminal mastermind who owns an underground club and can teleport in and out of locations with ease.

Charlie Huston wrote the first two episodes of the series, with Hannibal veteran David Slade directing. It’ll initially only be available on the PlayStation Network, though will likely hit shiny disc later after its release on the console.


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Oleysa We never really talked much did we. But I huess when you do something like this people have a right to know why. It would be selfish of me to leave you with nothing. There is no good answer. You know the same as the rest of us what the life of a victor means… And I refuse to do it anymore. It would have been better, maybe more dignified for me to die in the games. But at least this way, I have a choice… I can say my goodbyes. This is just about me though… and I don’t want to see any of the rest of you for a long long time. You still have fight left. Hold onto something. Don’t end up like I did. Sad and Alone…. Johanna Mason.

district8sknifegirl Hope this is alright :) 

Eddie Izzard Heads To Powers
UPDATE: Sharlto Copley and Michelle Forbes also aboard

Update: The casting announcements are coming thick and fast now, with the latest announcement placing Sharlto Copley and Michelle Forbes in significant roles. Copley will play Walker, the grizzled cop who lost his powers and now walks the mean streets as a detective. Powers will play hero-community superstar Retro Girl.

As formats and delivery platforms for movies and TV shows explode, even video game console makers are muscling in on the act. Sony’s PlayStation Network is busy developing a series based on Brian Michael Bendis and Michael Avon Oeming’s graphic novel Powers, with Eddie Izzard, Noah Taylor and Oleysa Rulin signing on.

Powers, which will come from Sony Pictures TV, adapts the graphic novel set in a world where superpowers exist but are far more widespread than in your usual comic book project. Here, the abilities are often misused for mayhem and murder and it’s the job of super-powered police officers to keep things in line.

Homicide detectives Christian Walker (Jason Patric) and Deena Pilgrim (Susan Heyward) are on the case investigating crimes committed by people with the power to fly or throw energy bolts around. Among those on the other side of the law are Wolfe (Izzard), a notorious villain with high-level abilities imprisoned in a facility called the Shaft and forced to undergo surgeries to keep his power in check.

Oleysa Rulin will be one of those taking over a role from the original pilot, replacing Bailee Madison as Calista, a teenage runaway Power who keeps her wits about her. Taylor is also on replacement duty, swapping in for Vinnie Jones as Johnny Royale, a criminal mastermind who owns an underground club and who can teleport with ease.

Charlie Huston wrote the first two episodes of the series, with Hannibal veteran David Slade directing. This will initially only be available on the PlayStation Network, though it will likely hit DVD and Blu-ray later.

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district8sknifegirl said:

"I can't do this anymore. Can't cope with my memories anymore."

"Oleysa of course you can. You’ve done it for so long, just think of something that makes you happy, that’s what I do,”

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