For folks who don’t have a SiriusXM subscription, I jotted down some notes from yesterday’s Entertainment Weekly Radio interview with the Wynonna Earp cast. It was only five minutes long. :(
Interviewer Julia Cunningham (random aside: who is also one of my favorite DJs on XMU!) said their morning talk show hosts asked listeners what their favorite show was right now that not enough people were watching, and about 80 percent of the responders said: Wynonna Earp.
Melanie said they felt the show was special while they were filming.
Dominique said you never really know how people will react to the show, but that the show has built up an amazing fanbase.
Melanie praised Emily Andras’s writing, which she said is character-driven and filled with emotion.
Melanie cried during the read through for the finale’s script (esp. the last Wynonna/Willa confrontation)
Melanie (I think?) told Tim near the end to “put some clothes on.” LOL
Julia asked them if they’ll have a big renewal announcement at Saturday’s SDCC panel, and they answered: “Fingers crossed!!!”
In the last few seconds, Shamier chants Wayhaught! Wayhaught! And you can hear Kat (?) laugh. bahaha
lets be very real here the only ones in exo who can pull off body rolls is kai and yixing. ksoo obv looks like he doesnt want to be doing it. chanyeol chen and sehun look stiff as hell. junmyeon looks upset that the devil has taken over his body. and xm just fakes it by exposing his abs so everyone gets distracted from his poor body roll craftsmanship
A/N: I used a different writing style with this one to kind of emphasize Warren’s crush on you… also this follows his origin story from the comics more so then xm:a so hes just a rich boy with wings and is totally sugar daddy asf
It was an early morning in late November and Warren couldn’t believe he was even awake before 2 PM. The night before he had struggled to fall asleep between the bustle of the city and his drifting mind. All he could think about was this girl; this ridiculously pretty girl with good hair and amazing taste in music that made the big bad Warren Worthington III feel like a miserable lost puppy. He had tossed and turned all night until it was morning, deciding that he should get up as he was already awake. So here he was; running on no sleep, his hair a rumpled mess as he drank his third cup of coffee, roaming the streets for a way to occupy his time. He had been walking at a decent pace, enjoying the morning breeze, when he found himself stopping. There before him was Warren’s absolute favorite record store.
“Glee” star Chris Colfer is reveling in his role as an author, just releasing the fifth installment of his hugely popular fantasy series, The Land of Stories (This one is titled An Author’s Odyssey). And he’s excited about what he describes as the “closest thing to going to the homeland”: having a role in “Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie,” due out in the U.S next week.
But Colfer, 26, is also currently energized by the presidential election. He’s helping to turn out the vote and raise money for Hillary Clinton, whom he’s looked up to and supported for many years. He even surprised her by showing up at one of her book signings in 2014.
“Being a child in the ‘90s, I grew up in a very conservative household,” he told me in an interview on SiriusXM Progress. “All of my family were Republican — they’re still Republican. Our dinner table arguments should be filmed, because they’re so hysterical. She was constantly on the news for being ambitious. I remember even as a kid people were labeling her as, ‘How dare this first lady be ambitious?’ like it was a negative quality. And I remember seeing how many times she was publicly told, ‘No, you can’t do that. No, no, no.’ And she always said, “Yes, and…Yes, and…’ I remember as a kid secretly looking up to her. I think she’s quite extraordinary.”
Colfer is, however, reticent when it comes to speaking about Donald Trump, simply because he thinks the GOP candidate just gets too much attention.
“If I’m gonna have a voice politically, I want it to be positivity for Hillary,” he explained. “I don’t want it to be negativity for Donald Trump. Because I feel like people get trapped in that. As soon as you say something negative about Trump that’s all that people post, that’s all that people write. Because he’s a click hole.”
Colfer, an openly gay actor who played the openly gay Kurt Hummel on the groundbreaking “Glee,” also weighed in on how much things have changed in the seven years since the musical TV series first aired.
“The world has changed so much during that time,” he said. “And when I first started, actors were told, ‘Do not come out of the closet if you want to have a career. Keep it to yourself. You don’t make it known.’ The world has changed so much ― it’s strange to think of the mindset that I was in pre-‘Glee,’ pre-’Modern Family,’ pre-marriage equality.”