I really like working with Ross. He’s such a good actor and it was interesting—it’s a good moment between us. I don’t think Daryl is going to say, “You know what? You go handle it.” He’s just the type of guy that is going to be like, “You know what? Let me do it.” He’s always the guy taking out the trash and doing the heavy lifting. And then he stands up and he’s like, “No, we’re going to do it together.” I think it’s a really good Butch Cassidy and The Sundance Kid moment.
—  Norman Reedus (http://www.ew.com/article/2015/03/29/walking-dead-star-norman-reedusWhat about when Daryl and Aaron get into the car and are surrounded? This show loves to play with being trapped in small, confined spaces, like the revolving doors, or when you and Beth were in the trunk. What was filming that scene with Ross Marquand like? 

I know I’m a little late with this (since the last season ended months ago) 
but cAN I GET A SHOUTOUT TO THE ONE AND ONLY ANIME THAT MADE ALL MY SHIPS CANON

THE LEGEND OF KORRA YOU GUYS 

I NEVER FANGIRLED SO MUCH
IF YOU HAVEN’T SEEN IT YET GO FRICKING WATCH IT YOU’LL LOVE THE SHIT OUTTA IT

GETTING MY STUDENT LOANS IN ORDER AND IMPROVING MY CREDIT AND BEING A HUMAN IN THE WORLD AND LOVE EXISTS AND I DRANK A MUG OF WINE IN THE AFTERNOON WHILST STAYING PRODUCTIVE.  #thisisthedream

Nina Simons said, “It’s an artist’s duty to reflect the times in which we live.” We wrote this song for a film that was based on events that were 50 years ago, but we say that Selma is now because the struggle for justice is right now. We know that the Voting Rights Act that they fought for 50 years ago is being compromised right now in this country today. We know that right now, the struggle for freedom and justice is real. We live in the most incarcerated country in the world. There are more Black men under correctional control today than were under slavery in 1850. When people are marching with our song, we want to tell you that we are with you, we see you, we love you, and march on. God bless you.
—  John Legend accepting the 2015 Oscar for Best Original Song
I want to cultivate a deep sense of gratitude, of groundedness, of enough, even while I’m longing for something more. The longing and the gratitude, both. I’m practicing believing that God knows more than I know, that he sees what I can’t, that he’s weaving a future I can’t even imagine from where I’m sitting this morning.
—  Shauna Niequist, Bread & Wine
It’s silly to play the devil’s advocate when having a conversation about female roles in Hollywood, because then you’re doing this ‘reverse feminism’ thing that has become weirdly trendy recently. I feel like some girls around my age are less inclined to say, ‘Of course I’m a feminist, and of course I believe in equal rights for men and women,’ because there are implications that go along with the word feminist that they feel are too in-your-face or aggressive. A lot of girls nowadays are like, ‘Eww, I’m not like that.’ They don’t get that there’s no particular way you have to be in order to stand for all of the things feminism stands for.
—  Kristen Stewart | Wonderland Magazine (February 2015)