❝ It’s incredible, you know. It feels like a big responsibility. It’s something I’ve taken very much seriously and something I thought about a lot. I’m just excited because I know. Like, growing up I wasn’t able to see someone necesarrily that looked like me, that was from where I was from in a movie. And I’m excited that kids will be able to see that. ❞[about representing the Asian community on Hollywood with her role in Star Wars: The Last Jedi as a strong powerful woman]
Suicide Squad was awesome I can't wait for Wonder Woman next year
hey we're already giving you a movie about the most iconic female superhero of all time, but since you liked the Squad so much how about we start planning a couple solo movies about the female lead and the POC lead even though it's only been a few months?
it's been nearly a decade since Natasha Romanoff first arrived in the MCU and we still would really love a solo movie about her, could you please take our wishes into account?
I just finished my rewatch of Eureka seveN after few years since last time. And I am a crying mess right now.
I remembered what I forgot through all those years. I was reblogging E7 related stuff on this blog for a long time now, but I didn’t feel anything. I was just mindlessly doing it out of habit.
But now I remember. How I felt as a 12 year old boy, who stumbled upon this show by pure coincidence. Ever since then I was mesmerised by it. I couldn’t wait till next episode. Nine pm, everyday. I remember the time when episode 50 aired.
How sad it was to see that my favorite show, my favorite characters, my favorite world was gone. It felt like leaving something behind. Something really important to me.
Back then I thought that if Renton’s 14, then I still have 2 years to become as cool as him. This memory is so vivid it feels like it was yesterday. When I was a child, I didn’t know where lies the limit of human imagination. Eureka seveN felt real to me. I wasn’t looking at this show as a cartoon made by people. For me it was a real world. It was an experience. A journey.
This anime taught me a lot of things, With every year I gained, I was learning different things from it. I’m still amazed that even after 8 years, I can see new things in this show. New things I can learn from. This show taught me about family. About friendship. About love. That not everything in life works out. That to get something, to make something real, I can’t wait for it to happen. I have to do it myself.
About 4 years ago I think I forgot why I even liked this show. I thought I remembered it well. Well, I was wrong. Without realizing it, I forgot why I am so attached to it. But while I forgot a lot of things, it let me feel like I was watching it for the first time. I felt like a kid again. It felt like definitive end for my childhood, even though I’m 20 years old already.
But I remember it now…
I finally remember why I fell in love with Eureka seveN in the first place.
Yep. I’m calling it now. Cas will be resurected within the first 10 minutes of the episode by the power of the Nephilim, and I will die.
(The recent slip by Jared only adds to my theory that they already shot the scene, because, hell, if the last Cas/Dean scene you shot was him dying, you’d cetainly remember it. I think he forgot that even though the scene is shot already, we haven’t seen it yet, and that’s why it took him so long to figure out what the big deal was.)
You can’t leave this beautiful body to rot for too long! Just saying.
Imagine introducing your boyfriend, Chris, to your daughter. Things are starting to get serious, but you want to make sure she likes him before things go any further. The three of you spend the weekend at a house on the beach, swimming and building castles in the sand. When Chris offers to go pick up dinner for “his girls” your heart sails to the moon. You can definitely see the three of you becoming a family.