james brendan

wake up, darling, it’s spring // the sun is shining and you’re ready to begin again. // listen here.

i. birds - coldplay  // ii. ophelia - the lumineers // iii. mercury - sleeping at last // iv. take my love and run - bad suns // v. anchor - novo amor // vi. clarity - john mayer // vii. fight ‘til the end - jack savoretti // viii. english rose - ed sheeran // ix. words as weapons - birdy // x. rosyln - bon iver & st. vincent // xi. give me back my girl - fiction family  // xii. hold on, we’re going home - vancouver sleep clinic & gxnxvs  // xiii. waking up - parachute // xiv. mountains - gabrielle aplin // xv. bring my love home - brendan james

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Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel Cast Reunions / Recent Images

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‘Braveheart’, Mel Gibson (1996)

In the Year of our Lord 1314, patriots of Scotland - starving and outnumbered - charged the fields of Bannockburn. They fought like warrior poets; they fought like Scotsmen, and won their freedom.

Expansion Draft - Full List

Forwards:

Teemu Pulkkinen (ARI)
William Carrier (BUF)
Tomas Nosek (DET)
Cody Eakin (DAL)
Jonathan Marchessault (FLA)
Connor Brickley (CAR)
Chris Thorburn (WPG)
Pierre-Edouard Bellemare (PHI)
James Neal (NSH)
Brendan Leipsic (TOR)
David Perron (STL)
Oscar Lindberg (NYR)
Erik Haula (MIN)
William Karlsson (CBJ)

Defense:

Luca Sbisa (VAN)
Jon Merrill (NJD)
Brayden McNabb (LAK)
Jason Garrison (TBL)
Deryk Engelland (CGY)
Colin Miller (BOS)
Marc Methot (OTT)
David Schlemko (SJS)
Griffin Reinhart (EDM)
Alexei Emelin (MTL)
Clayton Stoner (ANA)
Trevor van Riemsdyk (CHI)
Nate Schmidt (WSH)

Goalies:

Calvin Pickard (COL)
J.F. Berube (NYI)
Marc-Andre Fleury (PIT)

updated list! because i’m an idiot who accidentally deleted the other post! yikes!

Trump Supporters:

Ekblad, Eichel, Hanifin, Oshie, Stephen Johns, Gerbe, Domi, Doan, Tony de Angelo, Matthew Tkachuk, Ian Cole, Scottie Upshall, Logan Brown, Thomas Greiss, Seth Jones, Mike Ribeiro, Frank Vatrano, Justin Abdelkader, Tyler Johnson, Shane Prince, Ryan Strome, James Wisniewski, Patrick Eaves, Bobby Robins, Brendan Lemieux, James Neal, Robert Bortuzzo, Eddie Lack, Jordie Benn, Austin Czarnik, Kelli Stack, Mike Fisher, Rebecca Russo

Anti-Trump:

Joffrey Lupul, Biznasty, Bonino, JT Brown, Jakob Chychrun, Andrew Ference, Garret Sparks, Chris VandeVelde, Voracek, Wayne Simmonds, Mark Streit, Ben Scrivens, Johan Franzen, Nugent-Hopkins, Devante Smith-Pelly, Darnell Nurse, Toffoli, Patrick Maroon, Henrik Borgstrom, Jacob Trouba, Jordan Eberle, Trevor van Riemsdyk, James van Riemsdyk, Kris Letang, Marc-Andre Fleury, Andre Burakovsky, Adam Henrique,  Morgan Rielly, Nik Hjalmarsson, Jamie Benn, Jonathan Toews, John Klingberg, Dion Phaneuf, PK Subban, Malcolm Subban, Bo Horvat, Blake Bolden, Meghan Duggan, Brianna Decker,  Nino Niederreiter, Alex Killorn, Louis Domingue, Brianne Jenner

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Diane Keaton interview on Daily Mail
'Who says you can’t do a bedroom scene in your 70s?’ says Diane Keaton as she curls up on a sofa revealing a pair of six-inch stilettoes peeping out from her long, black palazzo trousers.

[…] We are on set in Rickmansworth, Hertfordshire (where the scenes featuring the hand-made wooden shack were filmed). Keaton and Gleeson, 62, sit side by side in deckchairs like an old married couple. Keaton is waving her arms in the air giving a stream-of-consciousness running commentary on the delights of the British countryside, as Gleeson – being more of a method man – nods every now and again, sticking firm to his character’s reserved, rather gruff, responses.

They have become, they both assure me, ‘the best of friends’. She makes him laugh (‘It’s the way she can literally chat for hours about nothing’). He makes her weak at the knees (‘He talks about the weather and it sounds like poetry’).

Norton, who is fitting in filming in a two-week break between his debut Hollywood movie Flatliners and the ITV series Grantchester, admits he gave up the opportunity of a rare holiday in order to ‘just sit at the feet of these guys’.

[…] There is a pause. Keaton is thinking. Her brain has jumped from companionship and motherhood to James Norton, who plays her son Philip in Hampstead.‘Don’t you think he’s going to be the next James Bond?’ she says. ‘We were all talking about it on the set of Hampstead. He ticks every box – he’s beautiful, he’s a man, he’s very sexy, he is smart and he even went to Cambridge.’

Several weeks later, Norton – who stars in the BBC crime thriller McMafia – laughs as he hears how he is her personal Hollywood advocate for Bond. ‘I can’t quite believe she said that,’ he laughs. ‘But then again I can. Diane is exactly what you want her to be like, which is basically like no one else but her.

‘As soon as I met her it was like seeing Annie Hall; not just the way she dresses but the way she talks, the ways she behaves. She just constantly asks questions. She wanted to know all about my girlfriend, my family, how I’d renovated my flat.’

But back to Bond. Rada-trained Norton smiles: ‘Just to be mentioned in the same sentence as James Bond is a pretty big compliment as far as I’m concerned. But so far – even though people talk about it – it’s just speculation.’

He pauses: ‘But if it ever comes to pass that there is in the future even the remotest conversation about Bond, there will only be one condition as far as I am concerned, which would be to have Diane Keaton as a Bond girl. I don’t see why that couldn’t happen. She’s beautiful, she’s as iconic as Bond himself. It’s definitely a plan.’