One of Tom Hiddleston’s best acting moments, in my opinion,  is the scene in ‘Crimson Peak’ where he as Sir Thomas Sharpe looks at Edith, smiles once she faces him but when she looks away, he looks heartbroken. It’s a short, simple enough scene but also so powerful and leaves goosebumps on my skin.

FEEL FREE to add your favourite Tom Hiddleston scenes to this (or one of them)


Chanyeol, Sehun - 180527 Lotte Duty Free Webdrama ‘Secret Queen Makers’, preview - [ENG SUB]

Credit: Lotte. (롯데면세점 웹드라마 ‘퀸카 메이커’)


Favorite actresses: Angela Bassett

 “ You can’t be in this industry if you’re afraid of a little rejection. You have to study your craft. Actresses make it look easy because that’s the way it should look—effortless. When a great actor does their job they’re leaving a piece of their soul in the room. It takes a little out of you, but that’s okay. Life will take a little out of you, love will take a little out of you. We’re talking about demonstrating the best and worst of the human experience. ”


taekook x skits

Q: If you had to make V happy within an hour, what would you do?
Jungkook: “I will show V hyung a funny performance. He’ll laugh in 20 secs. Also doing the skits that hyung loves.”

Q: If you had to make Jungkook happy within an hour, what would you do?
Taehyung:  “I will act out skits with Jungkook. We usually start acting when we face each other. The topic will change according to the current situation. If it’s a sad (skit), I’ll suddenly drop down on my knees when I see Jungkook. And Jungkook will also kneel down-
Sometimes we would deliberately act out romance skits face-to-face.” ©

Get an inside look at Guillermo del Toro’s trademark artistic style in his latest film, The Shape of Water. Experience the creative journey from design to production of its charming and unconventional amphibian love interest. 

Hear from del Toro himself, actor Doug Jones, and the design team on the labor of love that brought “The Asset” to life.


I know this video has been doing the rounds…but, fucking hell, it deserves to be seen.

Literally, and I am not kidding, literally the *instant* she sees the cops she suddenly starts (obviously fake) crying.

Like, seriously: She’s the worst drama class student ever. 

Even the cop appears to find it totally laughable.

First words of wisdom: don’t try to become a ‘famous actor.’ Now, that being said, you can definitely try to become an actor. But fame should not be your goal.

Honestly, I think the thing that has sort of set me apart and sort of pushed me forward was, and I tell everybody this: was taking risks.

Imagine there’s you and there’s like 4,000 other yous. And they’re all as good as you, or as good-looking as you, or as tall and handsome and pretty and beautiful or whatever. They’re all good, right? So why should it be you?

So you have to do something that sets you apart. Find what makes you unique and then exploit it. And then if that doesn’t work just think way outside the box. Do something memorable. Something that they’re going to walk away with and be like, “oh that guy did that, that was so weird and didn’t make any sense, but I liked him and he was really trying to do something different.” Because they’re sitting there seeing the same thing every day when you’re doing an audition.

Aside from that, I mean: Work hard, and learn how to take 'no’ for an answer - and then don’t take it for an answer at the same time. 'Cause you’re going to get a lot of no’s and you gotta learn to deal with it, but at the same time you can’t let that beat you.