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“To draw out that humor, Jenkins gave Pine and Gadot a lot of opportunity to improvise. In one scene (boat scene) the two share a boat ride back to man’s world where they reveal their initial chemistry — and provide a lot of hints to the overall tone of the film. Gadot and Pine ad-libbed the entire scene. Pine loved it, especially since it highlighted Gadot’s surprisingly good improve skills.

“She has to be the straight woman, that’s the harder part,” Pine says. “She’s delivering lines like ‘My father is Zeus’ — s— that is just so ridiculous. And she has to say it with a straight face, with a certain amount of innocence and earnestness. I get to react like any human being would to hearing something as ridiculous as that. So I had easy.”

- Entertainment Weekly.

THIS JUST MADE THIS SCENE 10x BETTER.

wonderful, funny, touching, diverse comedies you should be watching and supporting!

  • one day at a time (netflix)
  • brooklyn nine nine (fox)
  • jane the virgin (cw)
  • fresh off the boat (abc)
  • master of none (netflix)
  • speechless (abc)
  • blackish (abc)
  • superstore (nbc)

please feel free to add any on that i haven’t mentioned!

Not sure what Lance’s family does for a living, but I like to think his dad took him out to show him how to work a fishing rig and ends up falling in love with the stars. Lance is all like: “Ima go up there!” And his dad is like: “Hell yeah you are!” XD

Dazzle Ship

Victo Ngai

I am very excited to share with you my debut children’s book, Dazzle Ship, authored by Chris Barton and published by Lerner Book. 

Dazzle Ship is the story behind the thousands of war ships painted with bold colors and crazy patterns during WW1. 

Sounds interesting? You can get a copy anywhere books are sold in American or online here

Big thanks to Chris Barton, AD Danielle Carnito and Editor Carol Hinz for getting me acquainted with this colorful piece of history and being so wonderful to work with! 

Video and photos by Munira, Music by Bensound. 

“My mother was sixteen when the war came to St. Petersburg. She was the oldest of four children, so her parents chose to evacuate her first. She was supposed to find a job and the rest of the family would follow. She was evacuated with a factory. The workers were on one boat and the machinery was on the other. The boat with the machinery was bombed and sank to the bottom of the river. My mother ended up in a city thousands of miles away. Sometimes there was such little food that she survived on grass. But everyone who stayed behind in the city died. Her entire family was killed in one night. Growing up, she always told us about St. Petersburg. She hung paintings of the city all over our house. So we wanted to bring her back here before she died. When we arrived in the city, we went straight to visit her old house. Only the foundation was left. But when we got off at the subway stop, the strangest thing happened. Two children came running toward us. Their mother was calling after them: ‘Sonya and Misha!’ They had the same names as me and my brother. It was as if they were greeting us.”

(St. Petersburg, Russia)

anonymous asked:

since u guys rocked dresses, i just wonder, what did you wear to prom? did u both wear tuxes or did one of u wear a dress orrrr???

E: We were only going together as friends then, but I was still angry at him..

J: Please Evan, you expected me to dance in those stuffy dress pants?

E: I expected you to not embarrass me in public.