anonymous asked:

do you have any characters you would like to see written more in the rp community? i want to make one but i don't know who

WARPED. i’m late on responding to this bc i wanted to think of some good ones  but YES there are so many charas i’d love to see ahhh…

  • pietro….using ranveer singh as the FC…..i’m still waiting on this….
  • any of the maximoffs (marya, django, natalya)
  • agatha harkness fucking PLEASE
  • any and all of the young avengers (billy….tommy…hey….)
  • maya lopez*******
  • jennifer walters
  • any mutants
  • seriously any of them
  • kitty pryde
  • sooraya qadir
  • alex summers? rachel summers? hope summers?
  • luna maximoff :))))
  • MAGNETO. i’d give my liver for dadneto
  • patsy walker
  • jack of hearts
  • noriko ashida
  • misty motherfuckin knight
  • MONICA RAMBEAU so she and wanda can speak french together and be cute pls :) am i saying girlfriends…….? yes
  • vision :O
  • elsa bloodstone !!!
  • nico minoru
  • victor mancha
  • alice gulliver (the wu) (……again……for the Gay)
  • august wu (alice gulliver’s mother)

I don’t think I ever expected anything like an Oscar ever, to tell you the truth. That is not my motivation when I do these roles. I really am motivated by being able to work with great people and create a body of work that I can look back and be proud of

Leonardo DiCaprio (November 11, 1974)


Here’s some rehearsal video of “You’ll Be Back” from Hamilton, performed as part of PAUL F. TOMPKINS HOGS THE COVERS.

Guitar: Ben Peeler

Percussion: Tony Thaxton

Violin: Kaitlin Wolfberg

Horror parodies are seldom as funny, and never as scary, as fright-flicks that play their scares, er, straight. Jordan Peele — the shorter half of the 21st century’s funniest sketch-comedy duo — understands this, and that’s why Get Out, his debut feature as writer and director, is so truly, madly, mercilessly entertaining, even when it makes you want to jump out of your skin. It is small-c catholic in its tastes, liberally sampling elements of Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner, Rosemary’s Baby and Invasion of the Body Snatchers before morphing into the most potent racial revenge fantasy since Django Unchained. But a parody it’s not: It’s as gnarly as Green Room, 2016’s nerviest thriller, whose villains wore their bigotry on their tattooed arms. What makes Get Out stand out is that its social critique — usually present in the horror-survival genre as subtext — is very much its text.

That’s a writing trick Peele and his creative partner, Keegan-Michael Key, used over and over again through five seasons of their marvelous Comedy Central series, one that boasted production values that stood head and shoulders above anything else in sketch TV. Key & Peele’s movie sendups looked like real movies, and now we have a good idea why: Peele is a world-class filmmaker. (Nearly all Key & Peele episodes were directed by Peter Atencio, who also directed the two comics in last year’s Keanu. That was a funny movie, but it had nothing like the invention, the intensity or the shimmering, righteous anger that Get Out possesses.) His movie is as much a triumph of craft as of inspiration.

‘Get Out’: A Terrifically Topical — And Terrifying — Satire

Photo: Justin Lubin/Universal Pictures