Whatโ€™s fun about Naveen and different about him relative to past princes is that heโ€™s not a perfect man who shows up at the end of the film and gives the princess a kiss and whisks her away to this kingdom. He has his own issues. Heโ€™s running away from expectations that have been placed upon him. He would love to do nothing more than escape into the streets of New Orleans and be a part of the great jazz revolution that was occurring in the 20s. He learns from Tiana a way of life he doesnโ€™t have too much experience in.
—  Bruno Campos, on Naveen (x)

anonymous asked:

Ugh I can't stop crying I just watched the last episode on Netflix! It's officially my favorite show. Haha now i'm secretly hoping there are hidden episodes that I haven't seen yet or something ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚ haha please tell me there are ๐Ÿ˜ญ

Ummmm, did you watch these:


About Calle Hellevang-Larsen

Behind the zany rubber clown, another Calle is hidden. A sensitive and easily moved melancholic who is afraid of failing and disappointing others. Who is grumpy in the mornings, very tidy, and terrible at cooking. When he does something, be it garden work or Playstation on the sofa, he does it with such nerdy intensity that he forgets everything else.

“Lately he has been engrossed by interior in general and Danish furniture art in particular.” His latest guilty pleasure was a GE290 chair designed by Hans J. Wegner which he bought used from Denmark.

Will’s censure of Hannibal, with his insight into both of them, was all I’ve ever wanted.

Well, as with all things, there is a lot of stories to tell.

But, one of the earliest ones was when we met up with our group, and split into gender-specific cabins, I received the usual: “Why is there a girl in here?!”

That happens every year, so I guess I’m used to it.


Running out of time like a pro. I thought he was going to squeeze one more question in but he just turned into WooToddler lol 💙💙