Just let you know Ghostbusters Box office it´s doing fine. If we want a sequel we need to keep supporting this movie.

 This are the numbers since the premiere to yesterday morning (24 july )

Domestic: $86,266,570   70.5%
+ Foreign: $36,164,353   29.5%

= Worldwide: $122,430,923 

Considering the budget of $144 million it´s really good.

Now seems like it needs to reach the 100 M domestic so they don´t need to relay to much on Foreing gross. The speculation is “comedies” are not that succeful on other countries as action movies, but…

Let´s consider this: is not the foreing total, its just an estimation and the movie it´s not released in all the countries.

Don´t get why headlines keep saying the movie is not doing well.


Now seems like a good time to mention this so everyone knows since I have a lot of friends doing GISHWHES:

I’ve already promised a friend I’ll help her IF ASKED concerning my car being involved in any photos/items concerning the contest. I will, respectfully, only offer this participation to her as I’m extremely pressed for time right now and am not officially involved in the contest, nor will I ever be.

Please understand this and respect this request to not ask me to be involved in any tasks! Thanks! And happy hunting to all! 😘❤️❤️


Today is officially the six year anniversary of the boys becoming a band, so what’s a better way to celebrate than to have a follow train?

-Reblog this (likes don’t do anything, but who am I to tell you what to do?)

-Follow me (If you want, I’m kinda cool)

-Follow the people that reblog this before you and follow back the people that follow you first

This way we can all make new mutuals and follow people that are celebrating and or crying over six years of 1d too!!
Tom Hiddleston Talks ‘Kong: Skull Island’, ‘Thor: Ragnorak’, Bond & Comic-Con “Fun”
Already a Comic-Con veteran, Tom Hiddleston became a confab legend when he showed up in 2013 in full Loki mode and took over Marvel’s Hall H presentation. This year, the Emmy-nominated star o…
By Dominic Patten

Already a Comic-Con veteran, Tom Hiddleston became a confab legend when he showed up in 2013 in full Loki mode and took over Marvel’s Hall H presentation. This year, the Emmy-nominated star of The Night Manager is back for Kong: Skull Islandas part of the Warner Bros panel today and maybe even more Marvel later Saturday with Thor: Rangorak.

Flying into San Diego from Australia’s Gold Coast where he has just started filming the latest God of Thunder pic set to come out next November, Hiddleston also has a lot of eyes on him as potentially the next James Bond. With 12 Emmy nominations for the AMC/BCC miniseries, including an Outstanding Lead Actor nom for Hiddleston himself, there’s even more talk a Night Manager follow-up could be in the cards.

I chatted with Hiddleston about what to expect from Skull Island and Thor: Rangorak as well as those Bond rumblings. Here last year for Guillermo del Toro’s Crimson Peak, he also revealed his feelings about SDCC and those Emmy noms.

DEADLINE: You’ve been coming to San Diego for several years now, primarily for Marvel pics as Loki. From that Hall H perspective, what’s your take on the shindig?

HIDDLESTON: Well, Comic-Con is the location of some of my fondest memories in the last five years. It was really the first place I ever spoke about Loki. My first trip was back in 2010 with Kenneth Branagh’s Thor when I was a whippersnapper. But I had been told about Comic-Con in advance of that and I was excited because people had always talked about the purity of the enthusiasm at Comic-Con.

DEADLINE: There was a lot of enthusiasm when you showed up as Loki back in 2013 – a flag-planter with the fans…

HIDDLESTON: Turning up as Loki three years ago was an unprecedented moment for me in my short career and it was just so much fun. It was more fun than should be allowed. Partly because it’s so rare that you get to play a character from film in a live context and there’s this theatrical cosmic fascist standing onstage being cheered by seven thousand people and we all loved it. I think we all had a good time anyway.

DEADLINE: You’ve been filming the Taika Waititi-directed third Thor movie in Australia the past few weeks with Chris Hemsworth back as the God of Thunder and Mark Ruffalo’s Hulk in the mix. How does Ragnarok differ from past Marvel movies?

HIDDLESTON: I think the experience being in The Avengers has changed Thor as a character. He’s picked-up a few Earthly ways and certainly a few Earthly companions. And also, the experience of being on Earth, I think, has changed Loki. I don’t want to reveal too much, but when you see the three characters who haven’t shared the same space since the end of Avengers there’s a lot that happens to great dramatic and comedic effects.

DEADLINE: Speaking of dramatic effects, you’ll be back in Hall H on Saturday at the WB mega-panel for Kong: Skull Island, which has Brie Larson, John Goodman and Samuel L. Jackson among its cast — that’s some heavyweight action. What was making that King Kong reboot like?

HIDDLESTON: I loved making Kong: Skull Island. It was a completely unique experience. Chiefly, I think, because it felt like such as heavyweight cast. There’s so many people from so many different backgrounds and with so many different skill sets. And we traveled to these extraordinary locations to the ends of the Earth where nature is at its most beautiful and terrifying. And that was, I think, the genius of Jordan Vogt-Roberts’ pitch was an encouragement to shoot in real places and to make Skull Island out of parts of our planet that are absolutely breathtaking and remote. Where you could believe that Kong as a myth could originate. And the other thing to say about it is that part of his original idea was that he wanted to set it in the ’70s.

DEADLINE: Why is that important?

HIDDLESTON: Because it was a world where technology is not what it is now and that perhaps mankind might believe there were mysteries in the South Pacific that were still unsolved. There’s an organization in the film called Landsat, which uses satellite technology that we’re all now familiar with, with applications like Google Earth. Skull Island takes place at the very, very early development of that technology. So, the Western governments are already trying to put together, as it were, a God’s eye view of the Earth and there is one place they can’t quite figure out. They send a crew of soldiers and scientists to check it out — and well, the rest remains to be seen.

But it was such an epic shoot and I know from the stuff I’ve already seen and the experience of doing it that you really feel the vividness of it. I think, you will really feel how this was not shot on a soundstage, how this was shot in the jungles and the volcanic valleys of Hawaii, Australian, and Vietnam.

DEADLINE: Tom, you are contractually obliged to return as Loki for at least a couple more Marvel films, Skull Island could see a new franchise, your Emmy-nominated performance in Night Manager, the talk of you being the next James Bond has reached fever pitch…

HIDDLESTON: (Laughs) Right.

DEADLINE: …but now some time has passed to let it all sink in a bit. What’s your take on the Night Manager getting six Primetime Emmy nominations and six Creative Arts noms – including your first nomination?

HIDDLESTON: It’s very, very satisfying because The Night Manager for me and I know for Hugh and Susanne was the greater part of 2015 and we threw ourselves at it because we wanted to honor the great writing of John le Carré. You never know if things are going to catch fire in the audience. so I feel very lucky and incredibly honored. I’m absolutely delighted, truth be told.

DEADLINE: Obviously, the miniseries was based on le Carré’s 1993 novel, for which he hasn’t published a follow-up. But after the success of the show on both sides of the Atlantic and the possibilities in the ending, where are things in terms of sequel?

HIDDLESTON: I think it still lies in the lap of le Carré himself. If it were to happen it would be the first time that there has ever been filmed material that has not originated in his writing. So, I don’t know. The ball is definitely in his court. I know he’s enormously pleased with the series and happy that it found an audience. I mean, he loves it. So, I don’t know. You’ll have to ask the Cornwell brothers who are our esteemed producers and also his sons.

OK, with no Night Manager sequel penciled in, what’s next after you finish Ragnarok? Maybe Bond?

HIDDLESTON: Ha! I never make plans because every time I’ve tried to make plans life is full of surprises. So, I don’t know what the picture will look like by the end of this year. As an actor, I’ve always been excited by the breadth of what I’m allowed to do and that is what I’m honestly most grateful for. That I can jump around and play Hank Williams and Jonathan Pine, and Captain James Conrad in a Kong movie and then go back to Loki. And to have that privilege of playing so many different people and so many different genres is truly everything I’ve dreamed of.


CS AU Week | Day 7: Free for All | Vigilante AU


You’d think a city with a name like ‘Storybrooke’ would be a happier place, and maybe it used to be, but these days greed, corruption, and injustice are what make her tick. There are no happy endings here, not anymore. Emma Nolan is fighting to bring them back.

(aka I didn’t have time to write anything new so  here I am pimping my old fic instead)

only fools rush in (kent parson/shitty knight, 20k)

“I don’t want to get you into trouble,” Kent said. Shitty shook his head.
“No trouble,” he said, and clapped a hand between Kent’s shoulders.

written for @actualremus for the kpbb. sarah said “let them kiss!!!!!!” and i said “yeah but what if they got accidentally married and kissed?” and this happened. 


When I was a kid, I obsessively watched a tv show called The Waltons. It turned off the things in my life that were simply awful… I’d daydream about being one of them. The house and the family and the whole idea of so much love and simplicity. I think that’s why I still have that dream…. Some land and an old farm house and my family and the simplicity. I’ve waited almost my whole life for my own Walton mountain.

I found it on television again… I’m eating a bagel and sobbing while watching it. Don’t mind me.


Whoever Controls The Remote

Prompt -  Next door I heard you scream “WHY ISN’T THIS WORKIN” and before that my TV at least went through every channel maybe twice I think I found your problem

Relationship: Neighbor

Character: Jason


Gifs: Found on Google.


I saw my tv flick on I didn’t pay it much mind, my cat Icy most likely was laying on the remote. I stood up only to see the channels start to change.

“Icy come on I don’t have time for your picky channel taste just pick something and watch it.” I chuckled to myself looking over the couch back I saw the remote on the arm of the couch and no Icy. “Ok, so my apartment is now haunted.”

“WHY ISN’T THIS WORKING!?” I looked over to the door of my apartment blinking. That was my neighbor from across the hall the one I had never met. I don’t know why but now seem like a good time to go over and meet him or her. Walking out of my apartment and over to the other door, I knocked lightly. I heard footsteps as the door flew open showing a very handsome man, short black hair with bright blue eyes, and a tone and tan chest.

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This little guy was a huge fan of avocados today!! I haven’t braved avocados since Patrick was his age because projectile vomited them on me and I was traumatized…but I had a half left after I made breakfast so I decided to give it a go with his purees. Yeah, he ate about ¼ of the avocado (half of one side) AND 3oz of baby food. Little dude loves to eat! 😊😊😊

it’s reasonable to be disappointed about mcrx right now but remember this! frank and ray and mikey and gerard are still making music

frank’s solo projects are amazing and the new death spells album is coming out in about a week!

mikey’s making awesome music with electric century and you can download their music for free, i think! 

ray is sharing more new songs all the time, really showing his talent as a songwriter and his technical guitar skills, and plans to release an album soon!

gerard has a great rock album out already and is going to continue writing and recording new music!

all four of these dudes are working on their own stuff, continuing to create amazing music and share it with the community of people who love mcr, and it seems like they are all in a great place both creatively and personally. and i don’t know about you but for right now that seems pretty damn good. 

Okay so I have no clue what this means or how t relates to ships but I just want to point out how the jean jacket is an extremely important object in BMW I mean it’s a memory/symbol of the first time corpanga said I love you. And it’s important enough that it’s been brought into GMW with the time capsule. And in Ski Lodge part 2 both Maya AND Lucas are wearing jean jackets….
Comic Con: Watch the Van Helsing Cast Talk Vampires, More
The cast of Syfy's upcoming vampire series Van Helsing talk about vampires, brawling, weaponry, the unique twist their show has, and more.

Heyerdahl explains that in this world, the primary struggle is between choosing to be a vampire or not, and finding out with the level of humanity and consciousness is for a vampire. The biggest twist, though, is that Vanessa has the power to bite vampires and make them human again, opening up the entirely new experience of humans who were former vampires. That, as Perri notes in the video, is definitely the hook for this series.

Overton also talks about her gender-swapped role, and what a powerful, kickass character she’s able to play. When it comes to the vampires, Scarfe says the show is devoid of cliches (no garlic, holy water, or not being seen in a mirror), and puts a whole new spin on vampire lore, as created by Bram Stoker. While there are “some little flares” to that source material, Overton also said that Van Helsing is more about Vanessa finding out who she is and her role in helping to save the world — and that she’s a “bit of a brawler” who happens to have an arsenal of awesome weapons.