Quando se trata dele, eu nunca tenho respostas. Nunca sei o que devo ou não fazer, ou até mesmo sentir. Eu não sei dizer para mim o que sinto por ele. É uma confusão absurda, que me desgasta. Por algum motivo eu bloqueio tudo que tem relação a ele. Talvez seja a forma que eu encontrei de não sentir tanto, ou enlouquecer. Eu foquei tanto em ignorar meus sentimentos por medo de me magoar, que agora estou na estaca zero. Está tudo de ponta cabeça, infelizmente não sei como desembolar essa confusão em que me encontro. É assustador.
What she means: David Tennant hasn’t won an award since January 2015, he’s been cruelly ignored by all the academies, and the Radio Times Drama Championship used strategic voting against him, and he’s not even been nominated for an Emmy, and the Saturn Awards are controlled by the Rich and it’s extremely unlike that he’ll win anything for the second go-round of Richard II, and of course, he doesn’t actually care that much, but he’s had a bit of a hard time, and been in mourning, and he seems to be slipping off the radar a bit, and I just-
1. His complete love for what he does. David Tennant is an actor and he wanted to be ever since he was really little, and he hasn’t stopped or hasn’t let anything stop him from achieving his dreams. He just really loves his job and it really shows. David Tennant is an inspiration for those who want to seek and attain their goals and future dreams no matter what those may be.
2. The fact that he is a complete geek. David loves being one of us. He gets just as excited for the shows and the characters he watches and the actors he admires like anyone else who obsesses over things. Also he was a complete Doctor Who fan growing up. He would write essays for school involving the Doctor, and had his gran knit him a scarf like Tom Baker’s Fourth Doctor, and when he was older got to play the Doctor a role he always wanted to be, and the role that got him kickstarted on wanting to be an actor when he grew up.
3. He is really kind and humble. David Tennant never let’s his fame change him as person. When one meets him in real life no matter what the circumstances may be he always tries to make their time with him special and worthwhile. And he never expects or demands that awards and such be giving to him out of spite or anything like that. And he is always gracious and humbled to receive them at all.
4. He loves his family. David is all about the well-being and happiness of his family. He unlike most celebrities keeps his family away from the public eye as much as possible. He loves his family and it shows, and David being dad and a husband to wonderful kids and a loving beautiful and also very talented wife is just a plus.
5. His talent to play many different parts. David Tennant is an amazing actor. He can go from being silly and spontaneous to dark and mysterious in a snap. No matter what you are watching with him in it; he always steals the spotlight because he takes little subtle things and makes them grander and speak at high volumes. He is not afraid to take part he is playing to newer and intense levels. And he makes you know matter if he is playing someone good or evil question the world around you and really think about things.
6. His honesty and his ability to keep secrets. David is not afraid to tell it how it is; he isn’t afraid to speak openly and honesty as much as possible when it comes to certain things, especially when it comes to his own insecurities. And he is great no perfect at keeping secrets. He makes pretty sure that nothing gets leaked out about upcoming shows he will be in at least not on purpose.
7. The way he is around kids. David Tennant as mentioned before is a loving and caring father. And he brings that part of him when he is working with kids in his show or when he meets young fans. Also when it comes to meeting his younger fans; he always seems to try to the extra mile to make them feel special because he remembers what it was like to be their age and to meet their hero for the first time.
8. His ability to wear his heart on his sleeve. David Tennant is a wonderful human being. He does a lot of charity work and volunteer work. He takes time out of his busy schedule to attend conventions and to meet with fans. And he does everything to make others happy and it shows.
9. The fact that he is all for feminist rights. Despite his most current role as Kilgrave in Jessica Jones, David Tennant is all for feminism. He makes sure that any female co-star, director, writer, producer, etc gets the recognition they deserve. And he always seems to take roles of villainous scumbag guys if the main protaganist is female for example shows like Jessica Jones and Perfect Smile.
10. Because have you seen him. David is really attractive physically. He is tall and lean with just the right amount of muscle tone. He has gorgeous round amber brown eyes that flicker like gold in certain lights. His smile is to die for and his lips are delectable. He has beautiful thick brown hair and he looks good no matter how it is styled. And he can pull off being both scruffy or clean-shaven. He is an extremely beautiful man, and he can pull off anything he wears too because he doesn’t let his clothes define him he defines his clothes.
Anyway, I can go on and on about why David Tennant is attractive, and I know he isn’t everyone’s cup of tea, but he is to a lot of people out there myself included. And although I mentioned his physical attractiveness at the end, that is just a small fraction compared to the other things that make him attractive as a human being which are also mentioned above.
E lá estava eu, mais uma vez pensando em você. Chorando por sentir saudades sua. Na madrugada entendi o significado da frase “Era no silêncio que minha alma gritava.” Realmente gritava, chamava por você. E o que aconteceu? Ah! O que aconteceu? Eu desabei. Mais uma vez. Desabei. Eu não suporto não ter você, não suporto a ideia de ter que te dividir com o resto. Isso me corta o coração, me desmonta, me dói. É realmente impressionante o que você me causa. É devastador, parece que a porta do meu coração foi arrombada. Quando penso que estou realmente me desapegando, eu te vejo. Meu coração grita teu nome, grita por teu carinho mas como sempre, ele grita no vácuo. Não recebe respostas. É tudo em vão. Venha morar aqui e deixe-me morar aí, vamos nos mudar juntos. Vamos fazer amor, fazer carinhos, fazer morada e vamos nos tornar o lazer um do outro, não só em finais de semanas, mas pra vida toda. Eu não aguento mais sofrer por você. Eu sinto sua falta. Sinto falta do que não vamos ser.
Roland Deschain, a rough-riding knight who has lost his way, peers off into the horizon in search of the man who decimated his world – and is about to ruin many more. That’s the opening of both The Dark Tower film and Stephen King’s first book in the series, and here we see Idris Elba as this spiritual warrior, a gunslinging knight, who has the devil in his sights. The landscapes of South Africa stood in for Mid-World, a dimension ravaged by loss but still bewitching in its tragic beauty.
In Roland’s realm of Mid-World, there once were machines and high-technology, but that was ages ago, before things fell into decay. His custom six-shooters have a link to a mythic tale from our own world: “Forged from Excalibur,” Elba says. “A very special weapon.” The gunslinger doesn’t think of them as toys. He draws them only when there’s no other choice. “He’s not just a shoot ‘em up type cowboy,” Elba says. Here, Roland poses before an altar to the Crimson King, a demented entity who will be unleashed if the ethereal Tower that binds time and space ever falls.
The Dark Tower is partly set in our own time and place – present day New York. In this shot, a boy named Jake Chambers (Tom Taylor) studies sketches he has made of visions and nightmares that are flooding his head. There’s a foreboding tower, a man of shadows, figures with shifting faces, a shimmering red rose, trapped children, and doorways that stand all by themselves, with nothing in front or behind but whole other worlds in between. The “shine” that allows him to see these things also allows those who’d like to use his ability as a weapon to sense him.
Jake stands in the blasted wasteland of Mid-World, a solitary speck on the horizon of an endless desert. “Everybody around him thinks he’s crazy and he probably even thinks he’s a little bit crazy,” says director and co-writer Nikolaj Arcel. “He’s having visions of this big, grand tower that binds everything and holds all the universes together, and he’s having visions of this one man, Roland, the Gunslinger that’s calling out to him.” It feels real to him, but “reality” means lots of different things in the world of The Dark Tower.
This is one of the portals between worlds – a decrepit Brooklyn mansion known as Dutch Hill, which literally roars to life around any intruder who tries to pass through its gateway. Production designer Christopher Glass said he wanted to take the supernatural premise and add real physics to it. “We’re trying to have rules, basically, for the way the house becomes a monster,” he says. “Wood shouldn’t suddenly become rubber. It should have particles and fibers and break. And when certain elements are not touching one another, things don’t levitate. Everything has to be touching for it to be alive. Otherwise it just falls, gravity takes over.”
Matthew McConaughey’s Man in Black is an enforcer for the Crimson King who is capturing psychics to help topple the tower and free his master. He intends to be well-dressed for the apocalypse. His sleek, tailored suit is a contrast to the other demons and vampires who bow before him in this shot – creatures he considers animals, the definition of necessary evil. “The Devil’s a handsome man,” McConaughey says. “I’ve seen the pale Devil.” He shakes his head. “No, no, no. I’ve seen the Nosferatic Devil – no. I said, ‘Black suit, black coat – let’s look really sharp.’” Even his spiky hair seems design to impale. "A crow-vibe. We’ve also got some Brian Grazer in there,” he says, referring to The Dark Tower producer. “I said hair back, flames back, full face. I wanted to be completely exposed.”
It should be no surprise, but eventually Jake comes face to face with the hero from his visions and drawings. Roland is even more impressive in person. “He’s supernatural. He’s a knight of Mid-World. He has fast healing abilities. He’s not that easy to kill, and also, by the way, it’s very hard to get to him,” says Aracel. “He’s such a formidable fighter, gunslinger, and in battle it’s very hard to best the gunslinger.” The Man in Black already knows Roland’s one weakness, though – the people he cares about .
Portals between worlds work both ways, so Roland gets a taste of the Big Apple later in the film, following Jake through to our world as part of his newfound quest. Akiva Goldsman, who co-wrote the script, says he structured the story with the boy as a lens into the stranger elements of the saga. “The single biggest structural conceit is Jake as the point of entry,” he says. “Doesn’t every kid at one point think that the things in the shadows are real? Doesn’t every little boy imagine that there is a world that you can’t quite see?” Goldsman adds. “New York is literally like that. There’s the feeling of a labyrinth behind the face of the city, and I think that’s really consistent with a child’s imagination and the sense of a magical world hiding just beneath the surface.”
Director Nikolaj Arcel speaks with Tom Taylor and Idris Elba on the set. “In the beginning of the story Roland is kind of a lost soul. All he’s thinking about is killing the Man in Black, his arch nemesis,” Arcel says. “He’s all about revenge. He’s all about trying to track down this man who has hurt him throughout his entire life. Taken away his friends. Taken away like his father, his mother. Everybody. The love of his life… So this is where we find him. He’s a man blinded by the longing for revenge. That’s where Jake finds him.” Maybe there’s a way the boy can pull Roland back from this precipice. (source)
Queria ter alguém para contar nos momentos difíceis. Sempre que me encontro a procura de alguém para me reerguer, me vejo sozinha. E mais uma vez la vou eu, catando os meus cacos, dizendo que é só uma fase ruim e que as coisas vão se resolver, sempre se resolvem. Me convencendo de que eu sou suficiente para mim, que vou conseguir segurar mais um de meus fardos sem ter que gritar por ajuda.