You are the best actor ever. You make the deal of a lifetime. $500 million per year to act solely for Warner Brothers until you die. It’s unclear who the joke is on, however. You for being stuck with WB forever, or WB for offering a lifetime contract to a secret immortal.


Mark Sheppard:

“I wanted Demon Dean and Crowley to go on longer”

“Jensen is no squirrel but Jared does bear a resemblance to a moose”

“Crowley was family for the Winchesters. They never stopped calling him”

Do you know what breaks my heart the most?

Mark cared about the show, his character, the fans. But the writers didn’t, and they wasted one of the best actors they have ever seen.

Hope the King is better now. Hope he is loved, as he deserves.

“Chris Pine was a rare and special casting. We wanted a man who was the true parallel to Diana. A giant spirit who is the kind of man one aspires to be, but isn’t afraid to be complex and leave room for and even compliment another. He is the kind of man women want to believe is out there. He’s also one of the best actors I’ve ever worked with.”

“He is so skilled, wonderful and funny. He’s such a talented guy. He came alive in this environment where he genuinely experienced the dynamic. He actually brought a performance that is so stunning to this film because he did something so tricky where he brought all the comic relief. Chris has those skills to call upon him when we needed it. We were able to go somewhere pretty incredible with him.”

“I cannot believe how perfect Chris was, from the moment we thought of him to the moment he played every second in this movie. Chris is one of the most talented actors I’ve ever worked with in my life. But also, he’s a real man, very comfortable with his masculinity, so much so that he’s not sexiest at all. He completely takes other people on their own face value and is willing to leave space for them, and as a result he’s the perfect boyfriend for Wonder Woman because it’s someone who could actually look at her and admire her and appreciate her and it didn’t take anything away from him. And then he just made us all laugh all the time.”

“Chris is such a gift to this movie because he gave integrity to Steve Trevor. Steve Trevor is intrinsic to her story line. So, we needed to find the perfect guy. Chris is so honorable, hilarious and charming.”

- Patty Jenkins. Director, Wonder Woman.

I’ve always been good at overthinking.
The machinery in my head is constantly turning and when I try to shut it off, the hot iron material burns my hands. So I let things continue and the sounds become louder. The same words repeat over and over again: ERROR, ERROR, ERROR. There is an error in my system and the hardware is malfunctioning, but I can’t stop. I can’t stop thinking and the oil from the machines is leaking. Soon enough, it will set fire to my head.

I’ve always been good at hiding.
Even my mother can’t find me sometimes. She’ll search for me in every room of our house, not realizing that I’m following in her shadow. I feel sorry for her, but she’s the one who taught me how to blend in. How to mold my edges and become someone else. How to be the perfect daughter, the one all her peers praise, but deep down don’t care about.

I’ve always been good at miscommunication.
My father doesn’t talk much, but sometimes I get the feeling that he’s speaking to me without words. His eyes always flicker so bright and the furrow that forms between his eyebrows is prominent. When he meets my gaze and his lips curl, I try not to flinch. It’s a smile you will never understand the meaning of. I learned from him best, how to make my silence feel like a thunderstorm, but he never taught me how to control it. I’ve wrecked places and left people homeless.

I’ve always been good at pretending.
My friends are the best audience any actor could ever ask for. They remember that it’s all a show and none of it is real. So when I bruise myself, the concept that I will forget and move on in an hour or so is something that is commonly understood. Nobody ever expects me to actually get hurt. Nobody ever expects a plot twist. I hope that the day I betray them, they don’t get too angry.

I’ve always been good at empathizing.  
Tell me your problems and I’ll make them my own. Tell me your imperfections and I’ll give you pieces of myself, if you want them. Tell me you’re lonely and I’ll be at your doorstep. God, I’ll crush my own heart between my palms if you asked me to. I’ll do anything to make anybody happy, even if it brings my own doom. I am a tragedy.

—  Some of us are written by Shakespeare 

So like

When I was younger (before I watched Wonder Woman) I always thought I loved Chris Pine because he’s just freaking gorgeous and glorious.

But I’ve been rewatching a bunch of his movies, and I’ve realized that, while he is the best Chris in terms of physical appearance, he’s also the best actor I’ve ever seen.

In every scene, his face shows exactly what his character is thinking. His body language is spot on. There was a reason he broke my heart in Wonder Woman, and it wasn’t because of his pretty face.

He may be beautiful, but this man can act. For real.

‘Maintaining My Virginity Has Given Me Incredible Powers’: 5 Questions With Steven Spielberg

The architect of dozens of iconic movies, Steven Spielberg essentially invented the blockbuster and has changed Hollywood forever. We asked the renowned director five questions about his storied career, and his answers will blow you away.

1. Where do you get the ideas for your movies?

I get my ideas from things I see in my everyday life. One time I was walking on the beach, and I saw a huge shark eating someone with its enormous jaws. I saw that, and I thought, “What if that shark was a man, and instead of eating people, he searched for lost artifacts and battled the Nazis with a whip?” The next day I started work on Indiana Jones. You never know where inspiration can be hiding.

2. What do you think has most contributed to your success as a filmmaker?

Maintaining my virginity for my entire life has given me incredible divine powers from heaven. I have kept my body pure from desires of the flesh, and as a result, God has sent his blessings down upon me. Because I have remained a virgin, God has granted me the ability to hold my breath for six minutes at a time. This has enabled me to shoot several scenes in Raiders Of The Lost Ark underwater, which really made that film great. If I hadn’t been a virgin, God wouldn’t have allowed me to hold my breath for six minutes, and Raiders Of The Lost Ark would have been a mediocre film completely lacking any scenes that take place underwater.

3. What is a common misconception people have about your work?

People often think that E.T. went on to live a long and happy life after he left Earth at the end of the movie, but that simply is not the case. The moment that E.T. boards his spaceship, his fellow aliens immediately kill him for failing in his mission to steal one of Elliott’s sweatshirts. E.T. is the saddest movie I ever made.

4. What was it like working with Harrison Ford on the Indiana Jones series?

Like many actors in the early 1980s, when Harrison Ford heard that an actor had just been elected president, he assumed it was him. It made shooting the movie difficult, as Harrison was constantly trying to call foreign dignitaries and order missile strikes between takes. We had to cobble most of his dialogue from him shouting, “Now Harrison’s the president,” as he refused to read his lines, claiming that the U.S. Constitution forbade the president from engaging in archaeology. Harrison is the best actor I’ve ever worked with by far.

5. What’s your favorite part about being a filmmaker?

They let me keep the plastic E.T. puppet, and if you rub sunscreen on the plastic E.T. puppet, the plastic E.T. puppet will reward you by telling an interesting fact about insects. I love to learn about insects, so I always make sure I have plenty of sunscreen to rub all over E.T. I can’t imagine doing any other job.

Death Scenes

A/N: Just wanted to post something for you guys, so I just whipped this imagine/drabble thing together :) And trust me, no angst in this one, despite the name! Little over 700 words.

Jensen x friend!reader, Jared x friend!reader

Filming death scenes was always an experience.

This time was no different.

It always took a lot of takes to get it right. It was uncomfortable, and kind of unilaterally for the one playing dead — which in this case was you. But, even though you still had to put in an effort, it was Jensen and Jared who were up for a challenge. Not that you doubted they would perform beautifully — they were two of the best actors you’d ever met — you knew it was hard to bring about such powerful emotions.

On set there was always a lot of laughing behind the scenes, which always resulted in a lot of gag reel for the fans. Many bloopers so to say. And this scene, again, was no different.

Because, may you say, it was damn hard to stay still like that. And although you put all your concentration into it, it didn’t always work, since natural forces seemed to be working against you.

The scene began by you laying sprawled over the asphalt, obviously dead. Then Dean was the first one to reach you, and a few moments later Sam would find his brother kneeling besides his sister, whisper ’no’ before running up to them both.

So, the director of the episode told you that the cameras were rolling and you closed your eyes. You needed to stay as relaxed as possible, appearing limp. Your breathing was shallow and slow since it was important that the fall and rise of your chest wasn’t noticeable. Your face needed to be completely blank, loose, no crinkled eyebrows or any tension at all. You needed to keep your neck completely slack too, so that when Jensen grabbed your shoulders and rocked your body, your head would just loll to the side.

That’s when you got the urge to sneeze. And before you could think any more of it, you heard Jensen’s approaching footfalls and a puff of wind. He fell to his knees — and then there was a burst of laughter.

You instantly opened your eyes as a smile spread on your face, his laugh incredibly contagious. ”What?”

”What’s that face?” He cackled, tears in his eyes. ”You can’t look like that when I’m supposed to cry!”

”I was trying to hold in a sneeze actually,” you retorted, although laughing too now.

A loud chuckle was heard, unmistakably Jared from behind the scenes.  

More takes followed, one where Jared almost tripped while running, one where Jensen accidentally said your real name instead of your character’s, and one where you got this weird twitch in your leg.

It was actually pretty hard, emotionally, for you as well to film the scene. Sure, most draining it was for Jared and Jensen, but hearing them cry was hard for you too, even if you knew it was for the scene, it was acting. But still, your chest still clenched at hearing their sobs.

But soon enough, the director yelled cut and told you it was time to wrap it up because they had what they needed.

You opened your eyes again, and slowly sat up fully. After one look at your friends, you instantly wrapped one arm around each of their necks, pulling them into a close hug.

Because they looked miserable. Tearstained cheeks, blood-shot eyes, drooping shoulders.

And, you may not be the most experienced in the business, but you could tell the difference between fake and real tears. Therefore, you knew both Jensen and Jared were crying for real.

You’ve known each other for many years now, and had during that time grown very close. You weren’t just playing siblings, you actually considered them family in real life too. Having two extra brothers — along with their two lovely families — were especially nice since your own, biological family lived so far away.

They had both told you that they didn’t have to think of anyone else besides you being hurt, or in trouble, or well, dead, to bring out tears. Same went for the other, and you also felt the same way towards them.

Both of them still had tears running down their faces well after you were told you were done for the day.

”Shhh, it’s okay,” you murmured, rubbing their shoulders. ”How about we go out tonight, have a few drinks or something, just hang out?”

Jensen let out a small chuckle and nodded as he took a deep, ragged breath.

”Yeah, that sounds nice,” Jared responded, sniffling, speaking for the two of them.

You smiled to yourself. You loved the two dorks so much. Never could you have imagined this when you walked into that small, bare room, to audition for the show ”Supernatural.”

You were so glad you did.

The hellhole full of idiots that is tumblr

That moment when you accidentally come upon new FBAWTFT stuff and after months and months of misery are genuinely happy because look at Johnny Depp who looks fantastic as Grindelwald and WHO SEEMS TO BE THE MAIN CHARACTER OF THIS MOVIE OMFG I CANT BELIEVE IT IM SO HAPPY…and then you go to share your happiness on tumblr and just come across bunch of assholes who are trying to ruin everything good in your life….
I just wish that these teenagers (I bet most of you are teenagers or extremely ignorant adults) would take their heads out of their arses…. For someone who grew up watching Johnny Depp who is one of the best actors to ever exist …him being a part (and such a huge part at that) of Harry Potter universe is one of the best things that ever happened to me. Also as someone who is an actual adult with enough brain power to more or less not get swept up by media bullshit I can honestly say that I’m absolutely …I don’t even know what word to use…. Weinstein and Spacey are one thing…mr. Depp is another - Spacey as far as I know said that those allegations were true so there’s nothing more to say since he confessed ..that’s why his career is basically going down the drain right now… On the other hand mr. Depp was not guilty was never found guilty even the police officers who were there said this and there was so much evidence even HARD FREAKIN EVIDENCE of his innocence but now….it’s so “in” on tumblr to be a feminist and to “show all these white privileged men their place” that they keep saying that 2+2 ain’t 4 ….. So if you are so dumb to not see what’s right in front of you you might as well be dumb enough not to know how to freakin write some hateful shit…. And btw so many of you seem to think that Depp’s acting will suck…as if he is not one of the best actors on this planet…and y'all think that he will be a bad grindelwald…as far as I can see his exactly what I wanted grindelwald to be and even more and that from several seconds that we saw in the first movie so I don’t even know where y'all are coming from saying he’s bad as grindelwald y'all haven’t even seen him…and why are y'all forgetting that we are talking about more than half a century old man ( :D ) with acting experience bigger than the amount of breaths y'all have taken your whole lives….
For Christi sake I already forgot what I even started to write this for….. Anyway haters fuck of and don’t ruin this spectacular experience for me and many others…. We should just make a teenage side of tumblr….thank god tumblr didn’t exist when I was a kid I might have killed someone for ruining my childhood like this…you kids are horrible…and dumb too…. If you have such a strong opinion about abusers instead of using all your energy in putting your hate on this site go and look up some fact and stop accusing innocent men and even worse - STOP MAKING HORRIBLE ABUSIVE WOMEN INTO IDOLS !!!!
I swear to God as an abuse victim myself if I Ever see one more post proclaimin Amber Heard as a victim and Johnny Depp as an abuser I will go mental… I can’t believe I have to go with my friend to all the DC movies and see that abusive two faced human trash on the big screen ….
Anyway….all the Johnny Depp haters fuck off and let me enjoy the magic that is Depp + anything Harry Potter related . Peace out

In-depth Reflection on Kingsman: The Golden Circle (Spoilers)


After so much waiting, watching new promos and trailers everyday, I watched Kingsman: The Golden Circle today! The sequel to my favorite movie of all time! And BOY, I have so many thoughts. I am going to try to go as in-depth as I can, and as much in order as I can but BEWARE this is nearly a shit post with me pouring all of my feelings into it and will have random points all over the place, but mainly is me trying to process everything, this is A LOT (it’s 3k) and basically a summary of the movie 


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Quite aside from his boyish good looks, Eddie is by far one of the best actors I have ever seen. Why? Because every role he has played has been so different from the others & yet he is absolutely, 100% believable in every single one of them. You don’t watch him act & see Eddie - you see Newt, Marius, Stephen, Qwerty, & so on. His talent & skill are formidable!This is why he has won so many awards.. & no doubt there will be more in his future!

(Disclaimer: This is the first time I ever attempted a collage in photoshop, so please excuse the imperfections. Photoshop hates me! Also, I know not all of his many roles are represented, but I tried to choose my favourite from each year. And I couldn’t choose between Birdsong & Les Mis! I also just realised that I left out My Week With Marilyn… gah!!!)



Behind the Scenes of Planet of the Dead - Part Eleven  

Excerpts from Benjamin Cook’s interview with Michelle Ryan in DWM (#407)

The director, James Strong, told DWM that - unusually for Doctor Who - Michelle and David Tennant had a rehearsal period before filming.  We want to know more. “James said, ‘Let’s find those moments between you where we see Christina’s vulnerabilities,” she explains. “He wanted David and I to find those nuances so that it wouldn’t be full-on and fast-paced - which it was at the readthrough. The Doctor and Christina are a good match. I don’t think she’s like an assistant in as much as she isn’t really in awe of his presence or status. She’s used to meeting incredible people. He can’t quite believe how she takes charge. But there’s something about the Doctor that’s humble and genuine and caring that maybe she hasn’t come across before. That’s what we were working through in rehearsals, delving deeper into the character.”

DWM asks whether there’s sexual tension between the Doctor and Christina. “Yeah,” Michelle grins, “and I think it’s a real meeting of minds. He’s bowled over by how sassy and witty she is, and how she’s completely not in awe of him. It’s only as time goes on that she’s thinking, ‘There’s something special about you. You’re different to guys that I’ve met before.’ He doesn’t really want to go there, but… yeah, there’s definitely a chemistry. And David is one of the best actors that I’ve ever worked with.  He’s so professional, so lovely, so giving to everyone… and it’s genuine.  I cannot speak highly enough of him.  It’s almost like ‘here’s how to be a leading man.”

Thank you to everyone who shared set photos!!

Other parts of this set:  [one]  [two]  [three]  [four]  [five]  [six]  [seven]  [eight] [nine]  [ten]
[ Masterlist of all Doctor Who Behind-the-Scenes Photosets ]


well you know how it goes: you live your life and then David Tennant appears and turns everything upside down. 

there will never be enough words to say how much i love this man and what he matters to me. he’s so much more than my favorite actor, he’s my hero, he’s who i wanna be like. so talented, so gorgeous, so scottish. perfection!

so today i wish him the happiest birthday ever!