king-of-swords

Charlie Hunnam was emaciated and had lost 20 pounds for the last season of Sons of Anarchy (2008). During auditions, Guy Ritchie was very bothered by his look though he liked his performance and asked him 4 times during the process about his poor physique and ‘What was the heaviest he had been’. Hunnam said that when Ritchie brought up the 4th time, he knew that the physicality of Arthur was very important to Ritchie. He promised Ritchie that he would get into incredible shape for Arthur and to prove his fitness for the part, offered to physically fight the other two finalists - Henry Cavill and Jai Courtney. Hunnam told Ritchie, “Look, dude, you keep bring this up, the physicality. Its obviously your primary concern. So if you want to do away with all this auditioning bollocks, I’ll fucking fight those other two dudes. I know who they are. You can bring them both in here. I’ll fight them both. The one who walks out the door gets the job.” Hunnam won the role after this.
—  Charlie proving that you can take the boy out of charming, but you cannot take charming out of the boy xD

*walks into a book store*

Me:

Person: have you been up all night reading?

Me:

10

∆ TWIN PEAKS TAROT ∆: SWORDS & WANDS

TAKE A PEAK AT PART I
TAKE A PEAK AT PART II
TAKE A PEAK AT PART III

TAKE A PEAK AT CUPS & COINS

Direct visual inspiration drawn from the Rider Waite Tarot deck.

When someone speaks about one of my fandoms:

Originally posted by everythingstarstuff

Cal Calore VS Mare Barrow's Dad
  • Cal Calore: I'm a Silver general, I was meant to be the king, I'm the most powerful Burner alive in Norta. No one can scare m…
  • Daniel Barrow: Hi, I heard you like my daughter
  • Cal: Oh shit

When you and your friend are arguing about something in your fandom and it turns out you were right:

reasons why “king arthur: legend of the sword” is a good film and you should go see it:
  • the cinematography is AMAZING
  • the special effects are AMAZING
  • the soundtrack is AMAZING and does a good job of getting you pumped for each scene and involved with everything that’s happening
  • the actions scenes are realistic and characters are winded after long runs/battles
  • there is NO romance whatsoever between the male and female leads
  • several of the wisest, most powerful, and most important characters are people of color
  • one out of the top three most powerful characters in the entire film is female and is not demeaned at all by others on her side for being female
  • there is humor, but it fits with the film and isn’t at all distracting from the plot or out of place in plot events
  • shows how badly women in the sex trade were treated by their customers
  • mentions (though incredibly brief) the fact that men and boys were also exploited in brothels and the sex trade
  • shows the main villain of the film actually showing grief and powerful feelings toward his own family
  • accurately shows the protective instincts and doubt that come with being a person in charge of the lives of many others
  • there is extremely little nudity (the only nudity is fully understandable and is not at all disrespectful towards women’s bodies, it’s very modest)
  • there isn’t a single sex scene in the entire film
  • all pieces of lore about excalibur and the story is explained, nothing is left to speculation about how the sword ends up where it does
  • accurately portrays PTSD and how it can effect a person’s life

THIS FILM. IS AMAZING. YOU SHOULD GO SEE IT. SERIOUSLY.

When your explaining your favorite book/ tv series to your friend:

Originally posted by mirrorisland