celebrity friday



A new show and toy line called Forces of Destiny is finally giving some of the women of Star Wars their due. Animated shorts featuring Ahoska Tano, Sabine Wren, Hera Syndulla, Maz Kanata, Leia, Padme, Rey, and more will debut on Disney’s Youtube in July and then air in the fall on Disney Channel. The show aims to address the #WheresRey contraversy. 

Episodes will feature individual characters and some exciting team-ups. One episode in particular will feature Princess Leia on Endor, teaming up with Hera and Sabine for ROTJ-era action!

More info on the show will be announced at Star Wars Celebration Orlando on Friday. You can watch a short about the series on Youtube here.


under appreciated films challenge - favourite film
the last unicorn 

There has never been a time without unicorns. We live forever. We are as old as the sky, as old as the moon! We can be hunted, trapped, we can even be killed if we leave our forests. But we do not  v a n i s h

Jughead x Reader: 365 Days

Warnings: s m u t (n fluff)
Requested: yes
A/N: although this is a new request, I haven’t posted a Juggie imagine in a while, so I skipped to it. also, this is my first smut so please give me feedback!

*your POV*

The sunlight peaked through my curtains to let me know it was morning. My cat, Pudding, was sitting on the edge of my bed waiting for me to get up as she did every morning. Today was mine and Jughead’s 1 year anniversary and it was a beautiful Friday to celebrate.

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Fic Rec Friday

I’m a day late…sorry!

Today’s fic is brought to you by @ladymatt and her incredibly seductive and sexy fic. Go read it!

Driving Him Insane

Magnus Bane is a celebrity whose press tour has brought him to New York for a week long stay, but the only pressing he’s interested in is what can be applied to his ever-polite, handsome-as-hell chauffeur, Alexander. With only one more night in the city, will he get the chance to steer their professional relationship in a new direction and take this need to taste him up a gear?

The first American Arbor Day was celebrated on April 10, 1872 in Nebraska City, Nebraska. An estimated 1 million trees were planted in Nebraska that day. Arbor Day is now celebrated on the fourth Friday of April.