film of the season

anonymous asked:

So tptb are editing previously filmed footage. Which means it could be all the Beth stuff from season 5. Everyone called us crazy including you guys. Now everyone is scrambling and we're the ones laughing.

Oh, honey if you seriously believe episodes are being re-edited to include Beth resurrection footage then you’re going to be super disappointed. Assuming the editing rumors are true, the footage would be from this year when alternate versions of some scenes were supposedly filmed. No one is scrambling. If anything, we are excited because this could mean fewer cut-scenes, more complete stories, and hopefully some surprises along the way. The rest of the season is gonna be lit!! 🔥

Seriously, I know you don’t believe us because you’re too far gone, but our track record speaks for itself. We go through this every season now sadly. You keep telling us, “Beth is alive. She’s coming back. You’re a bunch of lying liars who lie and are covering up her return. Blah blah blah.” Over it. Be sure to come back and see us after the finale when Beth is still dead and we’ll see who’s laughing.

anonymous asked:

wait so dylan is completely done with teen wolf??? like he won't film anything at all for 6b?? im kinda misinformed lately about what's going on with this show so yeah

they have only 2 weeks of filming so they pretty much finished the season

anonymous asked:

Ummmm, could one please send these charts about women's speaking time in recent episodes to the Supergirl accounts? Not tagging actors, just the CwSupergirl &a the writers room accounts. I could leave your name out of it or included but I think it's important they be confronted with what they're doing

By all means, go ahead! It won’t do much for this season, since they’re already filming episode 18 or 19 out of 22, but making them aware that fans want to hold them accountable going forward into S3 is a good idea.

However, and I’m sure you already know this, Anon: please use Kara Danvers levels of tact. No whining about ships. No profanity. No projecting your own desires onto facts.

(And in case this is news to anyone: do not ever contact actors about production & storytelling choices. They are contractually barred from talking about this stuff, they can’t change it, and it’s fucking rude.

Executive producers, on the other hand, are fair game. But BE RESPECTFUL.)


Skam; Season 3 (2016) dir. Julie Andem


This is still one of the most powerful scenes in movie history.

The key about the Heather character: As a woman, she was an anomaly in horror films.

She wasn’t the pretty, ditsy bimbo that gets killed first. (Heather was smart enough. She clearly had talent as a filmmaker, even if she was a bit bossy and pushy.) 

But she wasn’t the “Final Girl” who could outsmart the villain, either. She wasn’t Ripley or Sidney. The movie establishes: Whatever was after her, she was helpless against it. Totally helpless. And she knew it fine well. 

She was normal, basically.

I still get scared by the sense of desperation and hopelessness in this scene.   


Autumn In Film: 

Dead Poets Society (1989)

Moonrise Kingdom (2012)

Juno (2007)

Practical Magic (1998)

E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial (1982)

Riding In Cars With Boys (2001)

American Beauty (1999)

Halloween (1978)

When Harry Met Sally (1989)