movie: not fade away

The choreography in “Rewrite the Stars” is honestly genius.

The whole scene is staged in such a way that for the first half of the song, Phillip is continuously trying to pull Anne back to him each time she tries to pull away. He’s trying to hold her in place at his level, on the ground. Even when she soars up into the air, he keeps trying to literally pull her back down: grabbing on to her hand, her waist, the rope, her hoop. Anything to keep her in place with him. 

But for the second half of the song, Phillip stops trying to hold her down and instead follows after her into the air, basically saying through the choreography, “If we can’t be together in my world, can we be together in yours?”

And only once they’re both in the air - the space that reflects the freedom the circus gives them - does Anne allow herself to consider the idea that they could actually be together. Phillip stops waiting for her to stay on the ground with him and puts in the work to be with her, literally scaling the walls of the theater to reach her. In more ways than one, they end up finding a balance and supporting each other’s weight for the rest of the song.

What I’m trying to say is that the choreography in The Greatest Showman is not only absolutely gorgeous, it’s also incredibly deliberate and tells a story through movement and I love it so much. 

concept: new years eve we count down with friends outside in the cold. we stand close to keep warm, snow falls on our heads and catches in your eye lashes like in movies. at midnight we kiss and all my past problems seem to fade away.

Time to float - Bill Skarsgard x Reader

Title: Time to float

Pairing: Bill Skarsgard x Reader

Warnings: None

Prompts: If you’re taking requests for Bill Skarsgård can you write one where the reader is a famous actress and also little Jackson Scott’s big sister (the kid who plays Georgie) so she attends the premiere with him wearing a stunning dress as usual, she meets Bill who is awestruck bc hes a huge fan with a massive crush on her, the kids who played in the movie myb tease him a little bit, and she’s flattered and thinks hes adorable idk i like this idea 
YN is Jackson older sister and Bill is her fan!so when he finds out he tries his best to get Jackson to introduce them,and when he does,Jackson can’t help and teels big sis that Bill has a crush on her and he’s just super adorkable to admit! later they all say that on an interview,and the kids love to make fun of them

“Jackson please don’t run! Be careful, sweetie, you’re gonna-” you stopped yourself when you heard you little brother giggle and you realized what you’d just said “Oh gosh I am turning into mom!” you breathed out, eyes wide.

Your little brother ran back to you, wrapping his small arms around your legs and you looked down to be met with his adorable smile “Yes you are! But I am always going to love you the most! More than mom and dad, and more than anyone else in the world!” he said and you giggled.

“And you will always be the number one man in my heart, JR!” you leaned down to pick him up and kiss his cheek as he wrapped his arms around your neck with a big smile.

“Even before dad?” he asked and you grinned, nodding your head.

“But we’re not gonna tell him that, because it’s gonna break his heart.” you pouted, and he giggled.

“You bet it will!” your father piped in, saying with a serious nod and you laughed with Jackson as he kissed your cheek before going to help your mother.

“And… even more than him?” he said with what was supposed to be a smirk on his face and you chuckled, tickling his belly.

“You sly little tease!” you grinned as he squirmed in your arms “Alright, maybe I really do like him a little bit but-”

He rolled his eyes so dramatically at you and shook his head “A lot!”

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On this day in music history: February 21, 1964 - “Not Fade Away” by The Rolling Stones is released in the UK (US release date is on March 6, 1964). Written by Buddy Holly and Norman Petty, it is the third UK single and debut release in the US for the legendary British rock band. The song is a cover of The Buddy Holly & Crickets single originally released in 1957, and is a regular part of bands’ live performances at the time. The Stones’ version is recorded on January 10, 1964 at Olympic Studios in London, UK. The song is also included on the US version of their debut album. The US release of the single features the Lennon and McCartney penned “I Wanna Be Your Man” on the B-side, which is recorded by the Stones first on October 7, 1963, and released in the UK as the A-side of their second single on November 1, 1963. US 45 is also issued in a rare picture sleeve featuring the same photo used on the cover of their first US album “England’s Newest Hitmakers - The Rolling Stones” and its UK counterpart “The Rolling Stones”. “Not Fade Away” peaks at #3 on the UK singles chart, and #48 on the Billboard Hot 100.


Six Seasons & A Finale - Season 6 DVD
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→ Dominic Sherwood as James Herrick in Take Down (aka Billionaire’s Ransom)