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TEASER TRAILER: “A WRINKLE IN TIME” (2018)

Revealed at Disney’s D23 Fan event, the first look at  Ava Duvernay’s adaptation of “A Wrinkle In Time”, which will be in theaters on March 9, 2018.

Directed by Ava DuVernay from a screenplay by Jennifer Lee based on the novel by Madeleine L’Engle. The film stars: Oprah Winfrey, Reese Witherspoon, Mindy Kaling, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Michael Peňa, Levi Miller, Deric McCabe, André Holland, Rowan Blanchard with Zach Galifianakis and Chris Pine and introduces Storm Reid.

'A Wrinkle in Time' first look: Oprah Winfrey, Reese Witherspoon, Mindy Kaling, and more

The clock ticks, time bends, space shifts, and Oprah is your planet-hopping tour guide through all of it. Consider that your intro-level education to A Wrinkle in Time, Disney’s upcoming fantasy epic about an ordinary teenager named Meg (newcomer Storm Reid) who’s whisked on a cosmic adventure to find her missing scientist father (Chris Pine) with the help of three chimerical celestial beings who help her “wrinkle” time and space: philosophizing Mrs. Who (Mindy Kaling), inquisitive Mrs. Whatsit (Reese Witherspoon), and wizened Mrs. Which (Oprah Winfrey).

EW has an exclusive first look at the film, due in theaters March 9, 2018. (Check out even more images in the full gallery here.)

Director Ava DuVernay, fresh off of heavy projects like the civil rights drama Selma and her criminal-justice exposé 13th, was drawn to dabble in uncharted sci-fi territory upon discovering author Madeline L’Engle’s novel as an adult. DuVernay hadn’t read the novel — “I went to school in Compton and it wasn’t on my reading list,” she jokes — but the director, for whom time and energy on any project is a precious investment to say something, was impressed with the progressive ideas that L’Engle buried in her beloved 1962 novel. “I saw so much beauty in it, but also so much meaning. She’s a very radical thinker and she embedded her sense of what society should and could be in this piece, and a lot of it I agree with,” says DuVernay. “And through that, the story of this girl saving the world and being out there in the universe slaying the darkness, it also says a lot about slaying our own dragons.”

Two key elementsconvinced DuVernay that Wrinkle, with its script by Oscar winner Jennifer Lee (Frozen), was worth investigating when Disney proposed the idea. “The first image [I had in my head] was to place a brown girl in that role of Meg, a girl traveling to different planets and encountering beings and situations that I’d never seen a girl of color in,” she explains. “All of those scenes struck my fancy, and then it was also something that [Disney VP of production] Tendo Nagenda said to me, which I’ll never forget. One of the things that really made me want to read it was when he said, ‘Ava, imagine what you would do with the worlds.’ Worlds! ‘Planets no one’s ever seen or heard of,’ he said. There aren’t any other black women who have been invited to imagine what other planets in the universe might look and feel like. I was interested in that and in a heroine that looked like the girls I grew up with.”

DuVernay plucked 14-year-old Reid from thousands of hopefuls across the country to play teen protagonist Meg, who travels the cosmos with her younger brother, Charles Wallace (Deric McCabe), and unlocks her inner warrior along the way. “She’s got the sweetest, warmest heart, and all that I saw every day was just a further blossoming of the good that is Storm Reid,” the director gushes. “She’s appropriately named. She’s a force.” Gugu Mbatha-Raw and Chris Pine play Meg’s parents, two world-renowned physicists, the latter of whom disappears under mysterious circumstances. “Chris is the first full-on heart-throb type of actor that I’ve ever worked with,” DuVernay notes. “That’s how the world sees him. But I always just saw a damn good actor. I saw Z for Zachariah and Hell or High Water, and I just knew I wanted him because I saw, that dude’s got chops.”

To accompany Meg on her interplanetary journey, DuVernay recruited three world-class actresses to inhabit what are perhaps the best remembered parts of A Wrinkle in Time — the magical trio of eccentric guides, whom DuVernay describes as “three Mrs. Doubtfires.” The director saw an immediate casting opportunity to expand upon the literary archetype of three wise women and rise to her own personal challenge in pushing this film past what could be construed as traditional limits. “My whole process with this film was, what if? With these women, I wondered, could we make them women of different ages, body types, races? Could we bring in culture, bring in history in their costumes? And in the women themselves, could we just reflect a fuller breadth of femininity?”

First up was Mindy Kaling, who plays the enlightened Mrs. Who. “I wanted a black Mrs., a white Mrs., and a Mrs. that was not either, and Mindy was the first one that came to mind. I feel like we don’t talk about a lot of the other colors and cultures enough, and Mindy is so beautiful to me. Her character is one that, in her costumes and in working with Mindy, we wanted to bring in a remix of styles and cultures and customs from around the world. She was a real partner in that. She was working with two legends, but I think she’s a legend in the making in terms of what she does and being a fresh voice as a comedic actress.”

Reese Witherspoon plays Mrs. Whatsit, the youngest of the three celestials, “clocking in at a prepubescent 60 million,” laughs DuVernay. “I was looking for that innocence, that thing Reese plays so well, but also that great power and precision, and funny. The character has so much funny going on, you really need someone who’s proven and who’s done a bit of it all, and that’s Reese. It was so lucky that she was a fan of the book and wanted to come play with me.”

Guiding Who and Whatsit is the most legendary guru of all: Oprah Winfrey, who plays Mrs. Which, a powerful sage with a knack for materialization. “I mean, when you’re trying to cast the wisest woman in the world, what’s the question? You go and you call her and you’re glad that you have her number on speed dial,” DuVernay beams. “[The character] is so much of what she teaches and shared through her shows over the years, through her magazine and OWN, about owning your light and conquering darkness and how we have to power ourselves through this life in a certain way and look out for each other. She dropped into the character so well, but it’s also Oprah. When we see her in Henrietta Lacks, she’s not Oprah to me. When I saw her in The Butler, she became Gloria to me. But in this, because of the things that Mrs. Which says, her Oprah-ness is really helpful.”

ok you know the smh has gotta have a lot of inside jokes but i bet this is even worse with those that live in the haus bc they’re constantly around each other so here are some haus inside jokes & memes with help from @abermb 

  • Ass Discourse
  • ransom said “bilk mag” instead of milk bag once and they’ve all said bilk mag so often they actually say that first instead of milk bag
    • when ransom’s at home he’ll be like “i’m gonna go get a mag of- fuck, a bilk- fuckigngn fuck”
  • “please don’t fuck the geese”
  • asking jack to sign increasingly ridiculous things when some stranger asks him for his autograph (this is a canon thing from the twitter but i can’t find the link)
  • “when my mother breastfed me there was definitely some vodka in there”
    • “vodka. like mother’s milk, only better.”
    • “vodka: kid tested, mother approved.”
  • that time they discovered derek and eric rhyme and wouldn’t shut up about it
    • they still haven’t shut up about it
    • “deric”
  • “lock your door or jack will steal your gold”
  • lardo, the tiny cave gremlin, 
  • “why don’t you go ask the COCKROACHES” 
    • cockroaches is always screamed at full volume, emphasis on the “cock”
  • bitty threatening to climb in the oven if anyone is mean to him
    • “bitty do your homework” “bye y’all time to go live in the oven”
  • (anything): happens (someone): “jack why don’t u take a picture of it”
  • holster settles down to watch one of his shows. someone is already on the couch. the tv is turned to a static channel. “oh, sorry holster,” they say, “guess you’ll have to wait till my show’s over.” they look at the tv and laugh as they eat popcorn. a tear slips down holster’s face.
  • constantly asking if anyone’s fed the cat. they don’t have a cat.
    • jack: “you don’t have a cat” shitty: “i can’t believe u let her die”
  • nursey’s mystical seducing guitar
  • making up bullshit southern sayings and then nudging bitty conspiratorially as if he knows what tf they’re talking about
    • “it’s hotter out here than a cocker spaniel rubbed in oil and stuck in a tree, right bitty?”
    • “that boy bakes more than a zebra in the middle of boston on a november afternoon”
    • bitty: “im climbing in the fuckgin oven” 
  • coming up with a fake teammate and talking about him on social media like he’s a close friend
    • “borky, man, what a guy. that goal, tho!!!!” 
    • “BORKY THE BORKSTER, THIS MAN RIGHT HERE. BEST GUY I KNOW.”
    • chowder: “what”
  • alexei mashkov is 20 puppies in a coat who have managed to infiltrate the sports world 
    • they refer to tater as “them” and jack has no idea why; at first he thinks it’s a gender pronoun thing but then he realizes they’re using the plural they and is even more confused
  • texting bitty that they’re out of butter when 1. he’s already stressed and 2. the fridge is literally full of butter
  • drawing faces on all of the eggs and screaming bloody murder when bitty cracks them
    • dex does this the most
    • “NOOOOOOOOOO I DREW NURSEY’S FACE ON THAT ONE YOU KILLED NURSEY YOU FUCKING MURDERER YOU’LL PAY FOR THIS” “dex pls stop screaming and let me bake in peace”
  • guilting chowder about things he hasn’t done like he’s a dog
    • “you’ve fucking done it now chowder. jesus christ. what the fuck is wrong with you, man” “I’M SO SORRY I DON’T KNOW WHAT I DID BUT I’M REALLY SORRY” [bitty voice] “chowder honey you didn’t do anything” “and now bitty’s in on it. incredible. we can’t trust anyone”
  • “nursey’s father will hear about this”
  • several different memes about the size of holster’s head
    • “if the world is destroyed from global warming we can all just move to holster’s head it’s big enough for several million people”
  • always cutting shitty off no matter what he’s talking about with “stop mansplaining”
  • dex has a sound effects app on his phone and plays sounds that do not match the situation at all
    • [bitty drops a spoon] dex: [duck quack]
    • lardo: “i just bombed that test dudes” dex: [airhorn]
  • sharing pictures of frogs to social media and tagging whiskey and tango in them
    • [photoshopped jerseys onto 2 tiny frogs] “good game boys!!! our freshman really did it for us today!!”
  • feel free to add your own memes
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Derek x Reader


“ISAAC!” Derek bellowed when he found the beta growling loudly at your youngest child who was gurgling at him curiously.

 

“I wasn’t doing anything.” He grumbled and growled to himself when Derek scooped her up.

 

“Isaac I know it’s hard but we went through this with the others.” Derek sighed.

 

“Yeah but at least with Liam and Talia you actually made time for us.” Isaac snapped and stormed up to his attic room.

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