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Bohemian Rhapsody | Official Trailer 2 [HD] | 20th Century FOX  (*NEW JULY TRAILER)

so here’s a thing…

How about we all just never go after a celebrities friend, significant other, acquaintance, or any other part of their life on social media, or in real life for any reason, ever?

Like, just because you have a crush on a celebrity does not mean you have the right to insult someone they associate with just because you’re jealous.

Thank you for coming to my Ted Talk.

Bohemian Rhapsody!

Thank you Rami Malek.


Originally posted by mercuryandme

Death of Me


Originally posted by tomhollanddaily

Reader can’t keep her hands off Tom, Tom can’t concentrate on his work. Just pure fluff.

“Baby, are you coming to bed soon?” You ask sweetly, walking into the lounge and finding your boyfriend still going over his lines.

“Hm? Yeah love, I’ll be ten minutes.”

“You said you’ll be ten minutes an hour ago.” You frowned, walking to the back of the couch where Tom was sitting with his script and running your palms down his chest. You nuzzled your head in his neck.

“Sweetheart, this is highly confidential.” Tom chuckled, moving the script away from your tired, wandering eyes.

“Mustn’t be that bad if they’re letting you look at it.” You giggled, placing little kisses on his jaw, scattering them down his neck.

“I’m working, darling.” Tom said, annoyed. He furrowed his brows together as he tried to focus on his script at hand.

“Can I not interest you to come to bed with me?” You huffed. Usually you got your own way when it came to neck kisses but tonight you’ll have to up the ante a little.

“I’m too busy tonight.” He replied. While his words hurt your feelings, you didn’t want to give up. Swinging your legs over the back of the couch, you plonk yourself onto Tom’s lap. You were now in the position to make him go putty in your hands.

“Tommy,” You whined, kissing below his ear and lightly sucking.

“You’re not going to give up, are you?” Tom signed, tossing the script to the side.

“Nope.” You giggled against his skin.

“You look so sexy when you’re concentrating.” You said, tangling your fingers in his messy curls that his own hands have been apprehensively running though all night.

“If I just came to bed with you, would you give me a break on your little cute act?”

“I’d give you way more than just a break.” You said sultrily, grinding your hips down on his. Tom’s breath hitched in his throat.

“My god love, you’re going to be the death of me.” Tom groaned, lifting you up in his arms and carrying you to the bedroom.

“My hot little distraction. How am I meant to get anything done with you around?” Tom smirked, plopping you on your shared bed.

You untied your robe to reveal yourself lying on the bed in Tom’s favourite lingerie set looking absolutely ravishing.

“I can’t believe you almost passed this up.” You bought your finger to your lips, biting your nail seductively.

“Are you going to make it worth my while? Because I’ve got tonnes of work to get done downstairs.” Tom asked, running his hands down your bare thighs.

“I’m going to make you regret you said that.” You giggled, flipping you both over so that you were straddling him.

“How the fuck am I ever going to get work done now?”

“We’re four misfits who don’t belong together, we’re playing for the other misfits. They’re the outcasts, right at the back of the room. We’re pretty sure they don’t belong either. We belong to them.”

Bohemian Rhapsody (2018)

The Mosley Review: Bohemian Rhapsody

Legendary. Legendary is the one word that defines everything that is known about the greatest band and the greatest frontman that has ever graced this earth with his legendary voice. How do you immortalize a legend that’s still alive through the music? Do you just show us an abridged happy version of the formation of Queen? Do you embrace the darker moments in the band’s and Freddie Mercury’s life? The answer to all those burning questions is in this brilliant film. Yes it shows the great moments of their formation, creation of the music, the style and it embraces the darker moments of Freddie Mercury without beating you over the head. If you want the dark, dreadful and intense drug fueled moments of the man’s life this is not the film for you. This film gives us the fans an insight into the life of Freddie without alienation or demonization and in the end celebrates Queen and all their historical and artistic achievements.


Rami Malak has always been a favorite actor of mine because of his ability to disappear into a character. The impossible task of portraying Freddie Mercury was entrusted to him and he blows it out of this galaxy. The man is Freddie and he nailed the power, ambition, heart, loneliness and above all the soul of the man. This is by far his greatest performance in his entire career. Gwilym Lee was outstanding and truly charismatic as Brian May. Ben Hardy was great as Roger Taylor and Joseph Mazzello was awesome as John Deacon. The important thing about all of them is that they had to replicate the unbreakable bond they had as friends and what I saw was a family. Lucy Boynton was great as Freddie’s girlfriend Mary Austin and the chemistry between them was great and heartbreaking. Tom Hollander as Jim “Miami” Beach was excellent and hilarious in moments. I’m always always excited to see Aiden Gillen on screen and as John Reid he was great. Now Mike Myers was almost unrecognizable as Ray Foster and his character gets one of the biggest laughs towards the end of the film. I thought Aaron McCusker as Jim Hutton was a standout in the film with a scene that was morally strong and had a strong message. The villain of this story was portrayed excellently by Allen Leech as Paul Prenter. He was the perfect amount of manipulative and an excellent representation of the leech that ate away at Freddie.


This film features all of the hits and anthems we know and love and the way the editing balances the concert performances and intimate moments between the lyrics was astounding. Like I said, this film is for the fans and celebrates Queen. Yes there are moments of inaccuracies, but this film is not a documentary. To all of those that call this film a sanitized and paint by numbers portrayal that is bad, then I ask: What do you want to see? What did you expect? If you want the demon behind the Rock God that Freddie was then there are plenty of other articles, documentaries and YouTube clips for you to watch. This film was made for the love the band and it address Freddie’s addiction and in the end I loved this film nonetheless. So if you are a fan of Queen and you’re looking for an emotional, pounding, operatic love letter to the band then this is the film for you. Ignore all the naysayers and experience this film on the biggest and loudest sound system known as IMAX. This is one of the best films of the year and one that should not be missed!

Hair Tugging


Originally posted by unicornships


Ever since I saw Tom’s latest Instagram story I can’t stop thinking about tugging on his curlsss.

Imagine Sunday morning lazy sex with Tom; his head buried between your legs while kissing inside your thighs.

You let out a giggle as his newly grown five o’clock shadow scratches your thigh giving you a tickling sensation. He then grabs your butt to push you against his mouth and hold you in place as he licks a stipe up your folds, then sliding his tongue in attaching his mouth to your clit, sucking harshly, rolling his tongue on it like it’s the last time he’ll ever taste you, slowly sucking savouring every minute.

“Tom..” you moan, completely lost in euphoria.

He hums at the sound of his name, causing a vibrating feeling through your core.

“I’m gonna cum.” You tell him, when you feel the familiar sensation of pleasure building in your stomach, you know you’re not gonna last much longer.

“Oh!” You moan pornographically, without thinking you grab onto his curls, tugging for dear life as you ride out your orgasm.

As you lay on your back, your chest heaving, Tom crawls up towards you on the bed, panting and out of breath.

“That was so hot,” he says between breaths. “I don’t think I should cut my hair now.”


Film: Bohemian Rhapsody (2018)

“We’re four misfits who don’t belong together, we’re playing for other misfits. They’re the outcasts right at the back of the room. We’re pretty sure they don’t belong either. We belong to them.”

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