mark from the script

Misspoken Words || Mingyu || Oneshot

Word Count: 1334

Genre: fluff, one shot, extra chapter to The Shattered Camera

Summary: Mingyu was never placed in a situation where he had to watch his words carefully. He was raised preciously and took a job that he was good at and was able to act as he pleased. He spoke his mind and let his emotions run wild and this often got him into trouble, leaving his stepbrother, Wonwoo, to clean up his mess. But when he misspeaks in front of his childhood friend…well, there is little that can be done except apologize. 

(A/N): there are some spoilers to The Shattered Camera if you haven’t read that series before but you don’t need to read it to understand this oneshot.

“Honestly, Kim Mingyu, you’re probably the most impressive person I’ve ever met.”

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Markhyuck!Fic  “Risks & Improv” pt. 1

“I mean, you’re… you.” Haechan waved a hand at the general splendour of him—including his ramen noodle hair despite the countless number of times he said it looked stupid. “You could have anyone you want.”

A soft, if slightly incredulous, smile crossed Mark’s pink lips. He caught Haechan’s gesturing hands, bringing them to his lips, drawing them closer.

“I want you. If I can have anyone I want, don’t you think I should get to have you, hm?”

Haechan managed to nod dumbly. 

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Say That Again?

Modern AU with no bending. The last installment of the Soulmate Series, part 4 of 4.

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One of Katara’s favorite parts about soulmate tattoos were the fonts. How each tattoo could be unique with a special script. The first words of your soulmate could be written in elegant, swirling cursive or bolded letters in all caps. She’d even see online pictures of words in binary or braille, with raised bumps and everything. She only wished the marks could come in different colors, but she figured that there had to be one thing that connected everybody.

are you alright, those were the first words her soulmate would say to her. The letters were in tight, hand-written font with each letter slightly different than the other, not something easily duplicated. If only the words were as unique. She’d already been asked that very question hundreds of times since it first formed on her collarbone, creeping up the base of her neck.

So she was one of the lucky few who could just go through life, not on edge for the moment someone said the right combination of words.

Now in her third year of college, Katara was happy being single, she didn’t need any one person to complete her. She had a one-bedroom apartment, maybe not in the best part of town, but the building was secure and clean. The alley behind the building, where she typically had to park her car, though was not clean or secure. Even during the daytime she’d call it sketchy and at night, like right now, it was beyond creepy.

She was speed walking to the building door, keys in hand to use the key fob entry or to poke a would-be-attacker with the metal key, only she didn’t make it far.

From behind another car, a man jumped out and grabbed her from the behind, pining her arms to her side. On instinct she started kicking at the man’s legs and wiggling to get free. The man was stronger than her of course and so she wasn’t able to break free. It was like she had tunnel vision, the alley drifted from sight and all she could focus on was the door to the apartment. She had to break free and reach it.

She was snapped out of her fog by falling to the ground. Scrambling on her hands and knees, she was able to get away from her attacker. When she looked back she saw that a second man had tackled the attacker and got in a good punch to the face before flipping him on his stomach. Instead of handcuffs though he pulled out a handkerchief to tie the man’s hands behind his back.

Who was this guy?!

She was too busy staring at the attacker as he groaned into the pavement to hear what her rescuer said.

“What?” She looked up into his eyes, eyes that were so focused on her.

“I asked if you were alright. Did he hurt you?” He started to approach her, but slowly and making sure his hands were visible.

Shaking her head to get rid of the mental cobwebs, it took a second for her to reply, “No, I’m ok. He only had me for a second.” She moved to sit on the curb, which was literally only a step up from sitting on the oil and dirt that was on the street. “Thank you,” she said after a pause.

“I’m going to call the police to pick up this guy. If he didn’t get you he’ll grab someone else so I want him off the streets. Do you want to stay to give you statement? Do you need to call anyone?”  

It was like there was a checklist in his mind of what to do in this kind of situation, which unnerved Katara. Yet she couldn’t help but trust the guy. Now that she was breathing normally, she took another look at him. How did she miss the large burn on the side of his face? She must have been too distracted by his eyes earlier. Maybe he was just the right guy passing through at the right time.

While she was looking at him, he was giving her a look over, just in case of injury. And he was glad he did.

“It looks like you got scraped on your chin though, probably when I tackled you guys to the ground. I’m sorry.” The man moved to touch the scape but held back from actually touching. In the end it looked more like he was pointing at the spot. His eyes followed down her neck to see the script of her mark peeking out from her shirt. All he could see was are you, but he couldn’t help but think the rest of the phrase. They were the first words he said to her, whether she realized it or not. And she had replied with his mark.

But Katara did catch his mark in that moment. There in Arial font at the base of his wrist was the word, what. Wasn’t that her first word to him? Though she wasn’t sure if it was a complete match, he did ask if she was alright. Their eyes connected. They both had a feeling but were too cautious to move forward.

“Sorry, what was it you asked?” Katara’s voice was quiet.

“Which time?”

Katara hesitated, “I’m not sure.”

“I just asked if you needed to call anyone. But I originally asked if you were alright.” They were on the same page, just reading different sentences. “I can’t help but notice, and I’ll back off if this makes you uncomfortable, but…is that what your mark says? Are you alright?” She nodded. “Maybe this is just coincidence that two people with vague marks met up, but…maybe it’s not.”

“Why did you tackle the guy? Why not just call the police with a description of him? Why get involved?” If this guy was her soulmate, she wanted to know what kind of man he was. Obviously he was willing to help in a scary situation, but she needed to know his motive. She wasn’t going to jump into his arms. He moved to sit on the curb with her.

“I find myself often in…bad situations. I’ve overlooked accidents before where I could have stepped in and I didn’t like the result. So, I told myself, never be just a witness ever again. I couldn’t live with myself if I walked away from that guy, carrying you away.” He stared down at his hands, purposefully not looking at her.

Katara slowly moved her hand to cover the wrist with his mark, “Thank you. I can understand that. I never back down when I see someone I can help.” She took her hand back when he didn’t respond to her touch. “So, how does this soulmate thing work? Exchange numbers and get coffee in the morning?”

The awkward question made him laugh, “How about names first? My name is Zuko.”

“Oh, ya, I’m Katara.” She gave a shy smile in return.

“If it’s alright, I know of this tea shop around the corner. My uncle owns it.”

The pair exchanged numbers before Zuko walked Katara to her apartment door, waiting for the door to click shut before waving goodbye. He almost tripped on the attacker still bound on the ground. He pulled out his phone with a sigh, knowing he’d be there for at least another hour.

Katara peaked through the curtain, excited to find out that she could still see Zuko from her window. She watched as the police came, arrested the attacker and took a statement from Zuko. Oddly enough, the police shook his hand before driving away. Were they friends? Yes, there would be a lot for Katara to learn about her soulmate, but that was the fun part in meeting someone new.

pixieo9  asked:

AAAAAA!!! THANKS SO MUCH *hugs autograph* you know I once tried to save one of your scripts from burning I have the burn marks to prove it!!!!

*he doesn’t remember you*

Top 10 Days of 2015  to be a CS Shipper  #8

A fun little countdown of what I think were the best CS fan moments of 2015. Other posts in the countdown: #10, #9

#8 - Whoa, whoa, whoa! Jennifer Morrison, did you just say what I think you said?

October 13th, 2015 - Ahh, bliss! The Wall Street Journal posts its interview conducted during NYCC.  Jen did lots of press during NYCC, so you might ask, what’s so special about this 4 minutes and 30 seconds? Oh just this:

The soundbite heard ‘round the fandom. And there was much joy in Captain Swan fandom.

If you missed the important part…

Gif credit to @onceland  Link to the interview

That was the moment! Finally everything began to gel. Hook was a major part of Dark Swan/Emma’s motivations in Storybrooke and the information couldn’t have come at a better time. The interview was posted just two days after 5x03, The Siege Perilous, aired and Hook had uttered the heartbreaking words, “I lovED you.” 

Haters were rejoicing, nellies were nervous-ing and fandom psychiatrists were working overtime to combat both. However, JMo put it all to rest with one sentence.

Jennifer Morrison. Our Queen. Our Captain.

However, that wasn’t all for October 13th!  Nope, Day #8 was a virtual AVALANCHE of CS goodness. Stroll with me the rest of the way down memory lane, won’t you?

  • JMo’s 101 Smiles photo was her date dress with Mr. Hook (and she tagged Colin)
  • Mark Isham posts a “pulsating” page from the 2x06 script
  • Brigitte Hales teased “romance” for 5x04
  • The Killian and Emma “there’s no one here, it’s just ussneak peek for 5x04 was released.
  • The Broken Kingdom’s press release (aka the most romantic ep evah!) contained this little treasure:

Meanwhile, Hook’s unwavering love for Emma provides a glimmer of hope in her struggle against the unrelenting voice of Rumplestiltskin


So much good stuff, all in one day. 

Luckiest. Shippers. Ever. 

Which begs the question, how does it get better than this?

Other posts in the countdown: #10, #9

omfgjohnlock  asked:

Okayyyy I feel fucking stupid. What is three Garridebs?? Why is it important? Is it johnlock? Or is it relating to the original stories?? I haven't read them all yet! I'm working on it DX

Hey, no worries, don’t feel stupid at all.

In ACD canon there is a story called the Adventure of the Three Garridebs. In it, Watson gets shot in the leg during a case, and then this happens:

Then my friend’s wiry arms were round me, and he was leading me to a chair.

“You’re not hurt, Watson? For God’s sake, say that you are not hurt!”

It was worth a wound – it was worth many wounds – to know the depth of loyalty and love which lay behind that cold mask. The clear, hard eyes were dimmed for a moment, and the firm lips were shaking. For the one and only time I caught a glimpse of a great heart as well as of a great brain. All my years of humble but single-minded service culminated in that moment of revelation.

“It’s nothing, Holmes. It’s a mere scratch.”

He had ripped up my trousers with his pocket-knife.

“You are right,” he cried with an immense sigh of relief. “It is quite superficial.” His face set like flint as he glared at our prisoner, who was sitting up with a dazed face. “By the Lord, it is as well for you. If you had killed Watson, you would not have got out of this room alive. Now, sir, what have you to say for yourself?”

Essentially Watson is injured, and Holmes freaks the fuck out. It is important because of exactly what it says in that excerpt–it is the one time that Watson feels like he saw what Holmes truly felt for him, and it shows the depths to which Holmes would go to protect him. That is Johnlock as fuck. It could be argued that it is even the most Johnlock-y moment in ACD canon. 

And so within the fandom there is a prevalent theory that we’re going to get this moment in the show–Mark and Steven have made mention of the story in various interviews before, now with Mark reading an excerpt of this bit at the From Script to Screen event in Australia earlier today–and that with the way that this show plays with the original canon, this moment on BBC Sherlock will be what leads to a love confession/the Johnlock kiss/some sort of confirmation of canon Johnlock. Many actually suspect that this will play into the s4 cliffhanger, that perhaps John will get shot and we won’t know if he survives until s5.

tl;dr: It is a highly recognizable, well-known moment from the original stories, which Mark and Steven have spoken about at various points, could lead to canon Johnlock moments, and if nothing else would make for a great bit of drama. And that is why we all get so excited when we hear anything about Three Garridebs. :)
Devo's Mark Mothersbaugh to score 'Thor: Ragnarok'

Mark Mothersbaugh will help whip Thor: Ragnarok into shape.

The Devo co-founder has been tapped to compose the score for the third installment of Marvel’s film series starring Chris Hemsworth as the Norse god of thunder, EW has confirmed.

Although best known for his work with the plastic-lidded new-wave band behind songs like “Whip It” and “Gut Feeling,” Mothersbaugh is an accomplished film and TV composer whose credits include The Lego Movie, Rugrats, the Jump Street movies, Pitch Perfect 2, and several Wes Anderson tales. (He’s also a visual artist and eyewear designer.)

Mothersbaugh joins a creative team led by Taika Waititi (What We Do in the Shadows), who is directing Ragnarok from a script by Stephany Folsom.

Cast member Mark Ruffalo, who plays Bruce Banner/the Hulk, has described the film as “an intergalactic buddy road movie.” The star-studded ensemble also includes Tom Hiddleston, Cate Blanchett, Anthony Hopkins, Idris Elba, and Tessa Thompson.

Thor: Ragnarok is scheduled to hit theaters Nov. 3.

The Wrap first reported the news about Mothersbaugh.

so the weather has been so terrible here, but i work at a news station so like - news and tv never stops - and my car does not go in the snow so the other day my managers had to drive me to and from work because they really needed me to cover an overnight - so my GM drives me home and i’ve never even spoken to the man before, but he asked me like the typical questions like ‘what’d you go to school for’ 'what do you like about the station’ blah blah blah and i told him like i went to school to be a screenwriter and like that’s my long  term goal, and all that. 

and then yesterday, i’m doing my normal work shift and he comes in and hands me a script and is like 'i found this laying around my office and i thought you’d like to have it.' 

…and it’s a legit signed script of Mark Harmon’s from NCIS. like it has a bunch of signatures i can’t read and all of Gibb’s lines are highlighted and super legit and i’m just like ???!!!??? 


Is this our SUICIDE SQUAD?

The Hollywood Reporter reports that Ryan Gosling was being courted to star in Suicide Squad, according to sources. THR also reported that Warner Bros. has made overtures to Will Smith, Tom Hardy, and Miss Margot Robbie regarding the film. [The studio has not yet commented on the casting rumors.]

David Ayer [End of Watch, Training Day *awesome director, by the way] will direct the DC Comics supervillain team film from a script by Justin Marks [Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun-Li.] Suicide Squad is set to be released in 2016. [x]

anonymous asked:

I heard that in order to conceal the "I am your father" twist they had the suit actor say "Obi Wan killed your father" on set. What if that ends up being the Episode VIII twist? Instead of revealing that Luke is Rey's father, Rey learns that Luke killed her parents. What if Kylo's the one who tells her and that's why Luke blows up the hut?

Actually, you’re right on the first part. George Lucas concealed from Mark Hamill the real script, and Mark was made to believe that Darth Vader was supposed to say “Obi Wan killed your father” so when the “I am your father” line came on, Mark’s reaction was genuine.

But OMG if that’s the twist, that Luke was the one who killed Rey’s parents, ugh! My stomach is churning at the mere thought of it. That’s some dark and pretty good speculation right there but I’m not sure if Disney would go that route, but it’s definitely a plausible speculation…especially if Rey’s parents turn out to be of First Order origins, which was why Luke had to kill them or something.