Thinking about Rhys’s past lovers… . . I really want to know them. I mean i’m not doubting Rhys’s exquisite taste, but imagine in the future spinoffs Rhys’s ex tries to hit on Rhys and Feyre’s just there like … *cracks knuckles*
do you have any headcanons for noorhelm's future? i can honestly see them still together in 10 years. they're still kids, sure, and they might break up once more because they /are/ young, but i like the idea of them reuniting again. it's like some relationships where two people just always come back together because nothing else compares.
They are definitely going to still be together in 10 years. According to the queen Josefine, she also sees them still being a couple. What a captain.
I don’t necessarily see them breaking up. I do, however, see them hitting a big rough patch while both are in school at the same time. I don’t think it would cause them to decide to end things though. As you all know school especially college/university can be extremely stressful and time consuming. They’ll go through this time with their heads more in the books than with each other. It will test them, but they’ll still be supportive of each others dreams. Every moment they can spend together, they will be. These are the two people who spent 8 months apart without a word and still found their way back to each other. Never doubt them.
They become a power couple, DUH. William is a big time Lawyer in Oslo eventually owning his own practice and Noora works for one of the biggest magazines in Norway. William still sometimes stays up to 3am helping her with articles but still insisting that he can’t write. On rough nights where William doubts his cases, Noora will remind him to never give up on what you believe.
They get married when Noora turns 28 and William is 30. He proposes at the bench they had their first date at because he’s a god damn cliche. Noora wouldn’t have it any other way. It was supposed to be a small wedding but somehow the squads have grown so it turns into a big bash. They choose to marry in the wintertime. Noora’s always loved the sight of fresh fallen snow. She picks Red accent colors, of course. William’s vows include reciting their entire journey including the insults he remembers like love poetry. Noora swears she wasn’t going to cry while reading hers, but in her own words,”my body betrayed me”. William doesn’t mind the small smudges of mascara at the corner of her eyes.
Traveling. They are both extremely smart and cultured people. They’d want to explore all the places they’ve learned about over the years.
I see them having kids later in their 30′s. The pregnancy is a surprise and not at all planned. They have two girls. William doesn’t know if he should cry because karma or because he is going to have two daughters who are exactly like their mother and strong as hell. They both promise that they’ll never treat their daughters like their parents treated them.
Although they have the money for a huge house, they stay very realistic and less materialistic. They buy a four bedroom house in a suburban neighborhood. Noora makes sure to make the basement a second living room and not a bedroom. She’s seen first hand how that rolls.
They never lose touch with any of their friends. They all have extremely different lives, but are still extremely close. Monthly parties and group skype sessions are miracle workers people. Some so close (cough*chris and eva*cough) that they move in two houses down when the lot goes on the market for sale.
THAT’S ALL I GOT RIGHT OFF THE TOP OF MY HEAD. IM SURE I WILL HAVE MORE BUT IM WORKING ON A FIC SO MY MINDSET KIND OF HAS TO BE IN THE SEMI PRESENT FOR THEM.
It’s perfectly fine to like a ship, and theorize about it and it’s future.
But this is a promo, and a promo that involves these huge elements:
Moon made a deal with eclipsa? How long has she known about her? She probably asked her how to do the spell that stopped Toffee, so what did she promise her in return? How did Toffee manage to kill a queen of mewni? Why did he spare Moon? Is Toffee still in Ludo? What was Mina doing there? Was she there to help take down Toffee years ago? Are the counsel members ok? What’s up with the water? How did Ludo take over the castle? How does Marco plan on escaping the dungeons? Why are Moon and Star out in the woods? What happened to Moon’s father?
It’s amazing we can have a promo that raises so many questions and gives us so much cool stuff we’re itching to see…and people still manage to somehow make it about Star and Marco getting together.
I get the feeling it’s in the title more for clickbait, since it’s a popular ship. But i’m pretty sure Toffee killing Moon’s mother is a pretty clickbaity title enough as it is, and would fit better considering the promo had zero to nothing to do with sta//rco.
This is like me talking about tomco happening because of the episode “Ludo in The Wild”, it’s pulling something unrelated out of something when i should be focusing on the elements presented.
And i love tomco, but i’m not pulling stuff out of nowhere when i ever do talk about it. Because the show doesn’t revolve around my ship, there are other arcs, and characters, and they have nothing to do with my ship, and they deserve their own spotlight.
Ships are fine, but this show isn’t about Star and Marco getting together, there are so many great elements to talk about and they get so overshadowed because the fanbase caters more to the shipping parts of it even when there’s none to be seen.
Now that the series is officially over, Bellisario is opening up to ET about all the behind-the-scenes secrets that she’s been keeping for years – including the original way PLL was supposed to end, Spencer and Toby’s romantic future, and which pretty little cast member had the best reaction to A.D.’s unveiling!
ETonline: Troian! We haven’t chatted since the day of your PLL directorial debut when we told you our spot-on theory about Spencer having an identical twin! What was going through your mind at the time? Troian Bellisario: I know! Do you remember my face? [Laughs] You were so vocal and talking about other things and then you were like, “OK, so here’s what we think is happening…” and I was like, looking at you and I was thinking, “Oh no! Please stop. Stop talking. Stop talking because I’m not going to be able to confirm or deny this.” Like, what was I supposed to say? [Laughs] Like, “Wow great theory, uhh …” But it turns out, that was entirely accurate.
Take us back to the conversation when PLL showrunner Marlene King first told you that A.D. was going to be Alex Drake, aka Spencer’s identical twin. What was your reaction to the news? TB: Basically, I’m so nosy and I really like knowing all the storylines before they all come out, because I love to be a part of them. And I did this for everybody, like, “Tell me about what’s going on with Aria! Tell me what’s going on with Hanna! What’s next for Emily?” And I said to Marlene, “What’s ultimately going to happen to Spencer?” And she was like, “I could tell you what I ultimately think is going to happen to Spencer, but it would take a bit of time.” And I was like, “What else am I doing? I’m just on set. Tell me the plan.” And then she proceeded to tell me the entire ending plot of the show and I was like, “Wait – what?! Oh my god!” and then I had this moment where I was like, “Wait, you’re not going to be hiring someone else to play my twin though, right?” And she was like, “No it would be you!” And I was like, “Yes!” But it was just so much, and when she told me it was a crazy turn of events, but I trusted that she would layer it in beautifully. It was a total blast.
Which cast member had the craziest and most exciting reaction when he/she found out that you were also going to be playing A.D.? TB: It’s always Ashley [Benson]. Ashley is just the greatest. Even last night, we were watching it together – and she was at the table read, and she filmed this episode with me – but she was always leaning over and goes, “Is that you or your twin?” And by “you,” she meant Spencer. It was so funny because she just kept saying, “Is that you or your twin?” And I was like, “That’s the twin,” and she’d go, “Oh my God! So creepy!” And then she’d be like, “Is that you or your twin?” And I’d be like, “No, that one is me – that’s Spencer,” and she’d go, “Oh God! OK!” But it was just so much fun to watch the episode with the cast and to dress up. I got to bring my mom [to the screening] and in the first moment that the twin was revealed, it was so funny. She turned around at me and she gasps and goes, “You bitch!” and Marlene basically fell off her chair laughing. It was so funny! And I was like, “But, Mom! I’m also the person being held captive!”
Let’s talk about that accent! What was the decision to give Alex Drake that specific dialect of a British accent? TB: It was funny because it was something that we were all super nervous about, because I’m obsessive when it comes to accuracy. I don’t want to ever do an approximation of something, and the people on our show who are British like Julian [Morris] and like Huw [Collins] they have very beautiful and very erudite white London accents. So when Marlene told me the story of Alex, I was like, “I’ve got to tell you, if this girl is a working girl and she has had, like, a rough upbringing, I don’t want her to be speaking like how Wren speaks. I want to be very clear from the beginning that she’s had a different life than Wren has had.” To me, the best way to communicate that was to give her a very specific accent, so I really wanted to learn the Essex accent. Essex girls are kind of fun, and there’s this reality show called The Only Way is Essex and and once you hear that cadence, and you listen to the way that these girls talk to each other when they get excited or passionate, I was like, “That’s this character. I can base a character on that.” What I was a little bit afraid of was when Marlene said that she’s going to be from the U.K., I was like, “OK here we go. Here comes the British bad guy, like, a James Bond villain or something like that.” So I was like, “I kind of want her to be something unexpected.” And because Spencer is so sort of refined and poised and slow and methodical, I really wanted Alex to vibrate on a different level. It was fun getting to work on the accent, but it’s been totally nerve wracking during filming because people were like, “Wait, people really talk like that?” And I was like, “Yes, yes they do go watch that show.”
What was your favorite scene to play when you were Troian playing Alex playing Spencer? TB: When I was Alex pretending to be Spencer? Oh gosh, It was really fun in all the finale scenes, that was great, but probably the cabin scene with Toby. It was a few episodes back when she goes up and they end up sleeping together, that was the most fun to play.
What little mannerisms did you give to Alex that Spencer didn’t have? TB: Oh! Well because of her accent – this is going to sound so nerdy – but we Americans have a very flat, kind of broad “A” sound. If you look at the way that we use our mouths, it’s a little bit more wide. Alex is so fast and so quipped and she’s really colorful, but if you notice there’s a lot of tension around her mouth, so even when she’s impersonating Spencer, I really wanted to kind of have her struggling with that exact kind of freedom in the American accent. There’s just a lot of tension around her American accent and literally sort of a stiff upper lip. Then there was also something that was really fun that she does that I got to kind of play with this season, which is Alex is a little bit of a nail biter. She’s kind of constantly trying not to do that. But it was really fun and I was actually surprised with how it all turned out. I was really worried that there wasn’t going to be enough of a distinction between them, but I was really of happy to look back and sort of be like, “Yup!” I can totally see the differences, particularly in the finale, where I’m like, “Yup that’s Alex and that’s Spencer.” It was so fun.
Let’s talk about the final scene where it’s revealed that Mona is keeping Alex and Mary Drake hostage as her living dolls. What was your reaction to reading that scene and how do you feel about the ending now? TB: I loved it! It was so fitting and it was so fun to film. And that was actually our last day of filming and there was nothing that felt like a more fitting way to end Pretty Little Liars then to be trapped in a dollhouse, in a tea dress, and grumpily eating a crumpet. It was just really fun. There was actually an amendment to the ending. Originally – I don’t know if I’m supposed to say this – but I think originally the ending was supposed to be a little bit different where Alex had kind of gotten away with it a little bit more, and the only person that was onto her was Toby. But I think that ultimately would’ve left things too much up in the air and we would’ve been worried for Spencer. So it was really fun because this way, Spencer got a happy ending, and all the girls got a happy ending, and Alex got to be with her family - which is great, but also in a little bit of a tricky situation.
Speaking of happy endings, can you talk about Spencer and Toby? When we left off, they were on good terms and it was revealed that they were starting to date again, so in your mind, where do you envision they end up? TB: I mean, I always felt like Spencer and Toby were going to end up being just like, the most badass domestic partners. I always felt like if they were to get married, it would be such a [quiet] elopement that the girls would be mad. Almost like the way that Hanna and Caleb did, because they didn’t tell anybody and then it happened and then they were married. So I feel like the cool thing about Spencer and Toby is, they’re such independent characters and their relationship is so nontraditional that I feel like they would just end up dating but for the rest of their lives. They would have children together, and they would live together, but they would also be like, “We are independent people.” If he needs to go backpack through the Himalayas for year, he could totally do that. And if she needs to go live on her own in Paris for a year, she could totally do that. But I think that they would always end up coming back to each other.
And have family Scrabble nights together? TB: Oh yeah, those poor kids! [Laughs] Those poor nerdy kids!
Now that Pretty Little Liars is officially over, what are you going to miss most about playing Spencer and Alex? TB: Well with Alex, it was really just the tip of the iceberg. It was so much fun to get to create an entirely new character, but then you want to live in her. You want to relax in her. I sort of feel like watching Alex last night was very similar to the way that I felt watching my performance as Spencer in the pilot. When I saw myself as Spencer in last night’s episode, there was just such easiness and it was a fully fleshed out, three-dimensional character that you lived with and people have gotten used to over the last seven years. Every move that she makes is very in her skin. But Alex, like it was with Spencer in the first episode, is a very shiny new car. When you’re trying to change gears in it, it was very different. It’s got a lot of energy and speed that you’re not used to. It’s fun and it was so much fun to play both of the characters, but I wish that I could have more time to really stretch Alex’s legs and sink into her a bit more. And then what am I going to miss the most about playing Spencer? I mean, Spencer is hands down one of the coolest characters I’ve ever had a chance at playing and I can’t believe that I will never play her again. Like, that’s the weirdest. That’s the thing I’m going to miss the most.
How are you feeling about Pretty Little Liars’ ending? Were you a fan of the A.D. reveal? Which Liar are you going to miss the most? Share your thoughts (for one last time!) with our pretty little expert @LeanneAguilera on Twitter!
okay but honestly whenever i hear idkhbtfm the "they found me" sticks out to me alot?? idk i think its cause like a few years ago i saw an animation where someone found a body and the body had a note that said "you found me" and that also reminds me of when dallon did the dead on snapchat thing and then i imagine the dead dallon thing with a note that says "they found me" and it all silently clicks in my brain cncnnvjdd
ooh that’s interesting
i haven’t actually thought too much about the name, just that it’s most likely a back to the future reference because dallon’s a nerd
Mido and Saria were actually very close friends before the events of Ocarina of Time. The only reason Mido shows contempt and discriminates against Link is because he’s bitter that Link and Saria became closer friends than they ever were.
The battle between Link and Dark Link is meant to be taken symbolically, not literally. Dark Link is the manifestation of all of Link’s darkest fears, insecurities, and regrets.
Before delivering the final blow to Ganon, the Master Sword glows with a blue, ethereal light. While this could be a representation of the power to repel evil, it could also be Fi calling out to her master.
After Link warns Zelda of Hyrule’s grim future, he travels to Lon Lon Ranch in order to procure his trusty steed, Epona. Malon greets him by saying something along the lines of, “Hey, fairy boy! Oh… Where’s your fairy?” At that moment, Link succumbs to his grief and has an emotional breakdown right there in her arms.
Likewise, once Link returns from Termina, the very first thing Malon says to him is, “Did you find her?” in which Link responds by giving her a solemn shake of the head.
The reason that Link was unsuccessful in finding Navi is because once a fairy completes her purpose, she vanishes. This is evident whenever Link visits a fairy fountain, as the healing fairies residing there disappear after tending to Link’s wounds. Since Navi’s purpose was to help the boy without a fairy save Hyrule, she fled from Link’s sight after they returned to the Temple of Time. By doing this, she spared Link the agony of watching her die before his very eyes.
It is heavily implied that Link and Malon eventually settled down and started a family together. The couple decided to name their daughter “Saria” out of respect of Link’s dearest childhood friend.
So, this post is a housekeeping thing for all the people I haven’t informed individually and those of you who have expressed interest in my dumb shared timeline idea. I’ll be breaking this post into segments for those who want things neat and tidy.
1. Roxanne’s Future/Past
The short answer, she’ll keep being Roxanne. If anyone has a relationship with her and is part of the domstuck au or had shit built upon it, just hit me up and I’d love to work out some way for it to reasonably transfer over! Otherwise, she will now just have her past detached from the specifics of Domstuck and more… suited to the timeline. Which leads me to my next order of business.
As for the au itself, that is a long story that will equate to what is basically me rambling for a little bit. So if you want some lore, here you go, take a fuckin sip babes.
This universe takes place where Derse, Prospit, Alternia (Beforus is a colony far away from Alternia) and Earth are all in the same galaxy, innergalactic travel has been made accessible to the public, and everyone is in an uneasy peace. Trade is generally open, there is tension on Derse and a small civil rumbling has arose on Alternia, but, for the most part, life is simple enough. Crime is crime, Robots exist, Aliens come in all shapes in sizes, and there are minor rumblings of mysticism that are rumored to have a base in reality. Basically, it’s your run of the mil space western setting with more depths in the areas where muses exist. I encourage y’all to give the other blogs a follow, they’re run by people who you should be familiar with and, even if you aren’t, they are really good regardless.
3. This Blog Sucks
you got me homie, it does. everything im around ends up sucking ;3
Am I the only one that likes Carl's long hair? I as some one who comes from a family that worship long hair, I don't understand why y'll are freaking out over Carl's long hair. I mean I wouldn't mind if he cut it in the future because it's his hair but I also don't mind the hair. Am I missing something of hatred here?
Lol i’m sure not :3 we all have our opinions on what we like and all so if you like his long hair you can :D I personally hate it but that’s me xD
Netflix has canceled Sense8 after two seasons. [x]
The streaming service confirmed on Thursday that it would not be moving forward with the sci-fi drama from The Wachowskis. “After 23 episodes, 16 cities and 13 countries, the story of the Sense8cluster is coming to an end,“ said Cindy Holland, Netflix’s vice president of original content.
"It is everything we and the fans dreamed it would be: bold, emotional, stunning, kick ass, and outright unforgettable,” she continued. “Never has there been a more truly global show with an equally diverse and international cast and crew, which is only mirrored by the connected community of deeply passionate fans all around the world. We thank Lana, Lilly, Joe and Grant for their vision, and the entire cast and crew for their craftsmanship and commitment.”
The decision to not order additional seasons of Sense8, which first debuted in 2015, comes a week after the streaming giant canceled The Get Down, its ambitious music drama from Baz Luhrmann, after only one season. The moves mark rare ones for the streamer, which has renewed the vast majority of its slate as part of an aggressive push into scripted originals. Other Netflix series to be canceled include Marco Polo, Lilyhammer, Hemlock Grove, Bloodline and A&E pickup Longmire.
Rumors of Sense8’s uncertain future loomed in the days before the announcement. Castmember Brian J. Smith helped get a #RenewSense8 hashtag trending on Twitter in an effort to keep the show alive.