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Christopher Nolan explains why he likes to cover Tom Hardy’s face: 

“I was pretty thrilled with what he did in The Dark Knight Rises with two eyes and couple of eyebrows and a bit of forehead. I thought let’s see what he can do with no forehead, no real eyebrows, maybe one eye. Of course Tom, being Tom, what he does with single eye acting is far beyond what anyone else can do with their whole body. That is just the unique talent of the man, he’s extraordinary.” 

I don’t necessarily mean that I was sad, but it’s an emotional moment for the character so I felt what he was feeling. For the real last day at work Dan and David weren’t there but [co-executive producer] Bryan Cogman called people in and said a few words and my son was there with me. That was quite something. And I got my mockingbird pin. I had already let them know I wanted it, and I cleverly worked it so I got two. There’s one from my cloak and one from my tunic. So I got the large and the small size — one for me and one for my son.
—  Aidan Gillen on his last day on set (x)
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Sing Street (2016) - John Carney

5 bullets on this film:

  • Okay. I have been crying for about two hours because of this film, and I don’t even have feelings, so I don’t really understand what’s going on. It was one of the purest things I’ve seen this year and it made 2016 less shitty. This movie inspired me so much and now I feel ready to face 2017. Sing Street is beautiful, funny, sad, real, and wow, just go and watch it. 
  • THE ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK IS AMAZING, if you don’t want to watch the film that’s fine (whatever, you’re just missing a great movie), but please listen to the soundtrack because it’s almost perfect. Personally, this is my favorite one. 
  • The actors are amazing and the characters are really well developed, I now officially have a platonic crush on each one of them. I didn’t know Irish people were that cute.  
  • You can really notice that it’s well written, the dialogues are natural and there aren’t any boring scenes, I think the pace of this film is perfect. You know when you don’t want a movie to end? Yes, exactly. 
  • The main theme is music, but the moral is that you have to follow your dreams. Okay, that sounded terrible, but really, follow your dreams, because if you love what you do it means you’re good at it so you’re going to make it. I loved how the characters went through different musical styles before finding their own, and that’s it, if you keep doing your thing, everything will work out at the end.
Masterlist for Celebrities

Aidan Gillen:


Bradley Cooper:


Charlie Hunnam: 


Chris Evans: 


Colin O’Donoghue:


Dave Franco: 


Dean O’Gorman:


Douglas Booth:


Dylan O’Brien:


Ewan McGregor:


Henry Cavill:


Iwan Rheon:


James Franco:


James McAvoy:


Jamie Bell:


Jared Padalecki: 


Jensen Ackles:


Jonny Weston:


Joseph Morgan: 


Justin Bieber:


Justin Timberlake:


Lee Pace:


Mark Wahlberg:


Misha Collins:


Rob Kardashian: 


Ryan Gosling:


Sebastian Roche:


Tom Hiddleston:


Zac Efron: 

“It’s a pretty picture …” 

So how I wanted Game of Thrones to end, because, hey, it’s the unexpected.  Everyone expects Jon and Daenerys to defeat all evil and ride off into the sunset on a unicorn in 80s montage fashion; but who would expect some scheming, seemingly no-body-from-nothin-lord to snag the Iron Throne with a little bird?  Well, Petyr imagines himself on the throne, at least what he tells Sansa in season 6, but come on.  Sansa would be front and center on that uncomfortable seat. A self indulgent doodle, this is, because I know The Pete Man is doomed…he has to be.  Also, Sansa gets Ghost in this picture because Jon seems to ignore the poor baby through most of the season.  Where Ghost? Dragons are too expensive, I guess.