All I want is a life where I have something I can call my own.
Old or young, Harrison can pull off the moody noir detective synth. He’s a compelling character,surprisingly tender and witty, but unsure of his own identity and motivations due to his origins. He struggles with his place in the world, but is drawn to helping those who have lost something (or usually someone) and have no where else to turn.
This fancast was actually suggested by @asgardreid, who started me thinking about Fallout 4 fancasting in earnest.
YA LIT MEME: [1/7] friendships ➸ the gangsey from the raven cycle
“Blue was perfectly aware that it was possible to have a friendship that wasn’t all-encompassing, that wasn’t blinding, deafening, maddening, quickening. It was just that now that she’d had this kind, she didn’t want the other.”
“Help me.” She clutched at him. “Please. I used to watch you in the yard, playing with your swords. You were so handsome.” She squeezed his arm. “If we ran away, I could be your wife, or your… your whore… whatever you wanted. You could be my man.”
Theon wrenched his arm away from her. “I’m no … I’m no one’s man.” A man would help her. “Just… just be Arya, be his wife. Please him, or… just please him, and stop this talk about being someone else.” Jeyne, her name is Jeyne, it rhymes with pain. The music was growing more insistent. “It is time. Wipe those tears from your eyes.” Brown eyes. They should be grey. Someone will see. Someone will remember. “Good. Now smile.” ― The Prince of Winterfell, A Dance with Dragons.
J a n e E y r e( with Gugu Mbatha Raw as Jane Eyre, Idris Elba as Mr Rochester, Anthony Mackie as St John Rivers, Keke Palmer as Blanche Ingram and Viola Davis as Mrs Fairfax - casting by @gushington-central )
Sirius was lounging in his chair at his ease, tilting it back on two legs. He was very good-looking, his dark hair fell into his eyes with a sort of casual elegance neither James’s nor Harry’s could ever have achieved, and a girl sitting behind him was eyeing him hopefully, though he didn’t seem to have noticed.
She gave Alayne a pinch on the arm. “My Harry will be with them, though. I notice that you left him out. I shall never forgive you for stealing him away from me. He’s the boy I want to marry.” “The betrothal was my father’s doing,” Alayne protested, as she had a hundred times before. She is only teasing, she told herself…but behind the japes, she could hear the hurt. // laura haddock as myranda royce, sophie turner as alayne stone ♦ requested by anonymous