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Here's the Emma/Hook Scoop Straight From Jennifer Morrison and Colin O'Donoghue

Once Upon a Time’s fifth season is going to be an interesting one for Emma (Jennifer Morrison) and Hook (Colin O'Donoghue). The show’s hottest couple will be put to the test now that Emma has become the Dark Swan, and no one is more aware of how hard it will be than Morrison and O'Donoghue. We, along with fellow reporters, caught up with the actors during Comic-Con International: San Diego to talk about their onscreen relationship and what we can expect from the upcoming season. Take a look, and make sure you’re caught up on all the rest of the biggest Once Upon a Time relationships.

How is Hook going to adapt to the news of Emma going dark?

Colin O'Donoghue: It’s really difficult for Hook, because he spends most of the last season trying to protect her from the darkness, because he understands what that means. Certainly he’s trying to protect her heart.

He might be more into her wardrobe this year.

CO: He’ll definitely prefer the wardrobe. He’ll probably even borrow her pants! I think he is fully invested in this relationship, in being in love with Emma, and I think he’ll do whatever it takes to try to bring the woman he loves. It’s the same way that Belle loves Rumpel, even for the darkness that’s in him. It’s going to be interesting with Hook figuring out a way to bring Emma back and whether or not he can do that — or whether or not he’ll decide to go back to the darkness. That’s where his struggles are going to be, I think.

Jennifer, how has it been playing the Dark Swan?

Jennifer Morrison: It’s great! It’s so wonderful having a challenge like this going into season five of the show and to feel like I’m building something entirely new. It’s obviously informed by everything Emma’s gone through, but it’s entirely new. It’s been a lot of new research and new thought processes. Everyone in the crew is involved in this process because everything she touches is different, everything she wears is different, everything she handles is different, and there’s a different energy to it. The first couple of days of doing it, I was so exhausted! When you get angry or angsty in real life, it happens in a second. It comes out, and then it’s over. But when you’re angry as a character, for 16 hours a day, you have to sustain that level of anger and angst for 16 hours, so you wake up the next morning and go, “God, I didn’t know I had those muscles! I didn’t know I was carrying all this tension for so many hours!” But it’s the most rewarding exhaustion. There’s nothing more fun as an actor than to feel like you’re exhausted for all the right reasons. I’m really enjoying it.

The tagline for the season is, “Evil is made, not born,” so as a human being, not a character, do you think that is true?

JM: I do!

CO: I think so. It’s a difficult question to answer. The Darkness is there, and Emma has to choose to take the Darkness on board. Rumpel had to choose to take the Darkness on board. It’s whether or not you embrace it or fight against it.

JM: They do establish with all of the Dark Ones in the past, which they kind of go back through in the beginning of the season this year, that everyone takes the Darkness for a good reason. Rumpel takes it because he wants to be braver for his son. Emma takes it because she’s saving the whole town from being destroyed by the Darkness. Before that, they mention some of the earlier Dark Ones, and their good reasons for choosing the Darkness. I think there’s something really interesting about this idea that people make bad decisions for good reasons sometimes, and how far down you can end up in the rabbit hole for having made a bad decision but for a good reason. That happens in life, so there’s an incredible life lesson that they’re telling with these stories. It’s so easy to justify something when you don’t know the domino effect of how far that can take you in life. In that perspective, I do think that darkness or evil or bad decisions are coming from something that’s circumstantial or made, not something that is born.

CO: This is why I like doing interviews with Jen, because she’s got all the answers — it’s absolutely brilliant.

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Here’s the Emma/Hook Scoop Straight From Jennifer Morrison and Colin O’Donoghue

Once Upon a Time’s fifth season is going to be an interesting one for Emma (Jennifer Morrison) and Hook (Colin O’Donoghue). The show’s hottest couple will be put to the test now that Emma has become the Dark Swan, and no one is more aware of how hard it will be than Morrison and O’Donoghue. We, along with fellow reporters, caught up with the actors during Comic-Con International: San Diego to talk about their onscreen relationship and what we can expect from the upcoming season. Take a look, and make sure you’re caught up on all the rest of the biggest Once Upon a Time relationships.

How is Hook going to adapt to the news of Emma going dark?

Colin O’Donoghue: It’s really difficult for Hook, because he spends most of the last season trying to protect her from the darkness, because he understands what that means. Certainly he’s trying to protect her heart.

He might be more into her wardrobe this year.

CO: He’ll definitely prefer the wardrobe. He’ll probably even borrow her pants! I think he is fully invested in this relationship, in being in love with Emma, and I think he’ll do whatever it takes to try to bring the woman he loves. It’s the same way that Belle loves Rumpel, even for the darkness that’s in him. It’s going to be interesting with Hook figuring out a way to bring Emma back and whether or not he can do that — or whether or not he’ll decide to go back to the darkness. That’s where his struggles are going to be, I think.

Jennifer, how has it been playing the Dark Swan?

Jennifer Morrison: It’s great! It’s so wonderful having a challenge like this going into season five of the show and to feel like I’m building something entirely new. It’s obviously informed by everything Emma’s gone through, but it’s entirely new. It’s been a lot of new research and new thought processes. Everyone in the crew is involved in this process because everything she touches is different, everything she wears is different, everything she handles is different, and there’s a different energy to it.

The first couple of days of doing it, I was so exhausted! When you get angry or angsty in real life, it happens in a second. It comes out, and then it’s over. But when you’re angry as a character, for 16 hours a day, you have to sustain that level of anger and angst for 16 hours, so you wake up the next morning and go, “God, I didn’t know I had those muscles! I didn’t know I was carrying all this tension for so many hours!” But it’s the most rewarding exhaustion. There’s nothing more fun as an actor than to feel like you’re exhausted for all the right reasons. I’m really enjoying it.

The tagline for the season is, “Evil is made, not born,” so as a human being, not a character, do you think that is true?

JM: I do!

CO: I think so. It’s a difficult question to answer. The Darkness is there, and Emma has to choose to take the Darkness on board. Rumpel had to choose to take the Darkness on board. It’s whether or not you embrace it or fight against it.

JM: They do establish with all of the Dark Ones in the past, which they kind of go back through in the beginning of the season this year, that everyone takes the Darkness for a good reason. Rumpel takes it because he wants to be braver for his son. Emma takes it because she’s saving the whole town from being destroyed by the Darkness. Before that, they mention some of the earlier Dark Ones, and their good reasons for choosing the Darkness.

I think there’s something really interesting about this idea that people make bad decisions for good reasons sometimes, and how far down you can end up in the rabbit hole for having made a bad decision but for a good reason. That happens in life, so there’s an incredible life lesson that they’re telling with these stories. It’s so easy to justify something when you don’t know the domino effect of how far that can take you in life. In that perspective, I do think that darkness or evil or bad decisions are coming from something that’s circumstantial or made, not something that is born.

CO: This is why I like doing interviews with Jen, because she’s got all the answers — it’s absolutely brilliant.

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So I’ve been tagged to list my 10 favourite characters (1 per fandom) so, in no particular order, here you go. (thank you to the fantastically wonderful theprincelyclotpole)

  1. Cressida Lindenshield - the Icemark Trilogy (badass queen-to-be who puts up with no shit)
  2. Regulus Black - Harry Potter books (just a poor innocent boy who didn’t deserve his fate…..brb just crying)
  3. Gwaine - Merlin (c’mon he’s irish and sassy, has a love for apples and…. didn’t deserve his fate either)
  4. Harry Hart - Kingsman: the secret service (because its Colin Firth….obviously)
  5. Rory Pond - Doctor who (obviously he takes Amy’s surname, he’s just so adorablr and squishy)
  6. Sam Winchester - Supernatural (he looks like a kicked puppy the majority of the time and needs some major love)
  7. Edmund Pevensie - The chronicles of Narnia (because of his sass)
  8. Moriarty - Sherlock (because honey, you should see him in a crown)
  9. Tadashi Hamada - Big Hero 6 (he’s and adorable nerd who is flaming hot, i hate myself so much, now i’m going to cry)
  10. The priest - The princess bride (do I even need a reason… is mawwiage good enough for you???)

Well that was difficult and not at all stressful..

ANYWAY, I tag ironicjif, electricbluelime, crazyhpgal​, queen-mcnamara, bryce0216, ohyah-youbetcha, neverreachingyou, ninjapudding, briarroseella, trustyourdragons

hope you can do it, and if you can’t then it’s fine

About muted pt. 7

Hi yall!! So recently I had been putting chapters out night after night. Starting from chapter three I think… Can’t remember but part 7 will probably take a bit longer. I’ve got a lot to do and I’m really bussssyy (no more lounging around and daydreaming about Finn and Colin for me) So I apologize but hopefully I’ll get some time here within the next couple of days! As always ALL the adoration to each and every one of you who has read this little story and invested their time and interest in it! I appreciate you so much!
- L xx

Lebanon here I’m comiiing! Hey guys I’m going in vacation this month turning home to my family, after more than an year away from them..i will be most of the time at our beach house so the connection their it’s awful wtv moment I catch a connection I’ll be here searching for news! laschatzi I’ll miss u mommy :*** tag me for news & of course colin beautiful face XD The only thing I’ll be dying when the trailer for theduststormfilm will be out to find a connection :( last year for colin ice bucket the video put 30 min to open :( :( tag me ladies I don’t want to miss it! Bye bye italy see you in a month!!! *try to don’t miss me guys* alot of kisses

DHMIS AU explained

okay guys here we go! I’m going to put down all of the characters backstories and why they were in a health clinic. Basically they are living at the puppets house as a sort of real world scenario so they can get back into society. Here we go!

Tony: Tony was a man who worked at a clock shop, making and building them and it would be safe to say that clocks were a bit of an obsession for him. He sought comfort in having things a certain way and having things in line. If things go wrong then he gets nervous and anxious until he gets things back on track. Before the incident happened he was still slightly OCD about time or the clocks and he lived a fairly normal life by himself. He was a quiet person who would keep to himself and didn’t make many friends because to him his work was his companion because time to him revolved around life. Time was life to him because everything is controlled by it even his own life and that’s what got him in trouble. An associate of his told him to take some time off and relax because everyone needs to relax for a little bit and at first he denied the request but then he gave in. He left his watch at the shop and then he went out for a stroll but during that stroll he was actually hit by a truck, the driver was drunk, and he was sent to the hospital. He suffered a concussion and without his knowledge the blow to his head scrambled his mind and “broke” a string in his mind that doctors later said had been on the verge of breaking due to stress. 

He lost his sense of time while he was there and when he woke up he had lost three days. He demanded to know the time and when doctors wouldn’t tell him he lashed out and injured several of them. He was sedated and then a few weeks later was diagnosed with severe OCD and disassociative  tendencies. They sent him to a mental health clinic where he would receive treatment for the next four months. 

He was let go after that four months with four pill bottles, meal plans, and instructions on how to control his anxiety attacks. Now he’s living with the puppets and he still cleans the house to keep his mind off of clocks or time and this has led him to become some what of a perfectionist. Rosemary helps him with his panic attacks and she’s sort of like a daughter to him. 

Sketch: Sketch is the youngest out of all of them and she was the most in need of help. Her father and mother had marital problems ever since she was born and it was heavy on her but the way she coped was by drawing and painting which is why it’s so important to her. Her mother disappeared one day and after asking her father he surprised her with a new set of paints. He later explained that her mother had left them and it was just the two of them now but it was okay because he loved her very much. However, sketch kept painting and this time she painted what she saw in her dreams and she say her mother often but mostly she saw a green eyed man who always went into his basement and came back out with color all over him. Soon enough sketch had a new mommy and she was nice enough but then one night the woman disappeared and her father came back with a new set of paintbrushes for sketch. He then also asked her to help him carry some big bags out to the dumpster, which she did. Then he explained that she had left them too, but that was okay because he loved her very much and after some time Sketch began to notice the women would come but never leave by themselves. Her father would always get things for them and he went to the basement a lot nowadays so she went to investigate one night. 

She found bodies in the basement and she suddenly knew where the paints were coming from. Not only that but she had helped her father move the bodies. She called 911 and after that a nice man took her away from the house and she went to the mental health clinic for a while. She was let go about four months later with some pills to help her sleep and instructions on how to medicate her PTSD. She sees Rosemary as her foster mother and loves the woman dearly and treats Shrignold like her daddy, even though he needs to get used to her painting shenanigans.   

Shrignold: Shrignold’s past is a bit of a mystery because not much is said about him besides the fact that he was in a cult. His and Rosemary’s stories go hand in hand, because when he was leading a cult member into the forest he came past a rotting cottage and heard a voice inside. He went to investigate and saw it was a woman, who was very beautiful. She was hungry is what she said and when Shrignold wasn’t paying attention the cult member was attacked by a number of mutated animals. They tore the member apart and the woman held Shrignold back by tendrils that were her hair as gore flecked across the room. The woman then ate her fill as well and when she offered some to him, Shrignold realized how hungry he was. 

So he ate some too. 

After a while Shrignold had found out the woman’s name is Rosemary and she had been left here to die so when he offered to take her into the cult. She declined his offer but said she would stay with him until he got back there. They traveled together but unfortunately Shrignold couldn’t find his way back and they were lost soon but they were somehow able to find a road. They wandered down it for a bit until they were picked up by a police officer who said he would take them home. After realizing these people didn’t have a home and they were covered in blood, the officer radioed it in and they were taken in for questioning. 

They were both put into the mental health clinic where shrignold was to be un-brainwashed from the cult and Rosemary was to be treated for severe head trauma, insomnia, and memory loss. Doctors let them both go after three months with pills for mood swings from which Shrignold suffered from and sleeping pills for Rosemary. 

They had been released without the doctors knowing that they both had practiced cannibalism.

 Colin: Colin was a drifter to say the least. He liked computers and was extremely good at solving problems which made it possible for him to get any job having to do with computers. Not that he would keep them for very long because he was always moving around to a new town and strangely under a new name. It took a while for police to catch up but they did and he was found to be guilty on several counts of identity theft. That was only the beginning of things because after he spent a few months in jail he was released and he moved to a new town where he got a job at a computer software company. He spent several hours in isolation and much like Tony he only liked his work and found comfort in it. Unlike Tony Colin made several efforts to befriend people and try to be kind to them but they all just ignored him and thought he was a waste of time. They also liked to mess with him because Colin didn’t like people touching him and was actually quite germaphobic, up to the point where everything needed to be sprayed with Lysol every ten minutes. They would frighten him and make fun of him by dropping their garbage in his cubical or leaving it on his desk, or sneezing towards him. He would have a temper tantrum most of the time and he was almost fired several times and this kept going on until something happened to a co-worker.

A garbage truck had hit them. Then if that wasn’t enough, the garbage was poured onto them. 

Several other things like this happened and soon Colin’s boss suspected foul play and promptly fired him without a second thought. Without a job Colin isolated himself even more and did nothing but work on his computers or the ones he had acquired over the years. Three months later his landlord found Colin nearly starved to death in front of his computer and in the other room there were several pictures of his dead co-workers all with X’s on them and the words ‘don’t touch me!’ scrolled across them. 

Colin later went under a psychiatric evaluation and was found to have OCD, agoraphobia, and social anxiety disorder. He was put under intense care for six months and was released mentally sane with pills for his anxiety attacks. He has become good friends with Sketch and sometimes they sit and color together or pay hide and seek. 

Rosemary (my oc):  Rosemary started out as a nature activist who loved the animals of the forest and took great care of them and she was one of the people who went up against a lumber company planning to tear down the forest. A pulping mill was there as well  and they were throwing waste into the rivers and polluting the air which was having a drastic affect on the wildlife which would become much worse later. Rosemary had gone to the CEO of the lumber company and had asked and pleaded with him to at least spare a part of the forest so the animals could have a place to live but then the man said he would in exchange for something. She asked what did he want and then he attacked her. She put up a really violent fight and when she bit him on the neck, trying to get at his jugular he picked her up and hurled against the window which caused it to break.

She fell from the third floor onto a concrete parking lot. 

The man thought she was dead but he didn’t see the animals from the forest come and take her away. They kept her in the forest for weeks and nurtured her with fruits and vegetables that had been mutated by the horrible sludge that came form the pulp mill. Strangely the more she ate the more she regained her strength but little by little her sanity went with the pain and after finding a stray worker from the pulping mill, she attacked her in a fit of horrible rage. She tore her up pretty bad and after she was dead Rosemary ate her heart, liver, and brain. She was later joined by the mutated wildlife that had become more horrifying and actually disjointed. 

She stayed in the forest for a total of three months feeding off of stray workers and mutated fruit until the night she and the mutated monster animals took over the pulping mill. She chased the workers into the “haunted” forest where they were all mauled and devoured by the mutated animals and then Rosemary went and got rid of the boss by throwing him into a pulping machine. When the day of the demolition came for the lumber company Rosemary and her entourage went in for the kill and she took the CEO into the forest herself and had him watch as everyone of his workers were brutally torn to pieces. Then she took him back to the rotting cabin where she lived for four months and after forcing an apology out of him by way of her hair tendrils (which was a side affect of the mutation) she stuck him in a log then stuffed him full of honey and milk. 

Then she let the bugs and lizards eat him to death. 

She was found by Shrignold much later and then they were both sent to the mental health clinic together. Rosemary does love Shrignold desperately and she wishes to become his wife someday but even though she no longer practices cannibalism she will resort to it if her loved ones are threatened or hurt. She loves the puppets as well and treats them like her kids much like she treats sketch. Rosemary is sweet and caring but she is still very unpredictable and hard to read. She suffers from nightmares still and has a habit of going into the “haunted” forest to see her mutated animal friends.                    

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Just added to our set for the show, my cover of one of my all time favorite #songs “Dirty Diana by Michael Jackson. Here is a live performance with #Austin band

And now me and my Los Angeles Band; Hubie Wang on #guitar Darrin Stafford on #keys Colin Jensen on #drums and Enrique Zender on #percussion will be putting our own twist on it along with all my originals songs! Check us out with #BeatMosaic Saturday Aug.1.

Show starts at 7pm!

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Here’s the thing about storytelling: you need a beginning, and a middle, and an end. Your stories have no plots. They’re like, here’s something I was thinking and then the next thing I was thinking and then et cetera. You can’t get away with rambling. You’re Colin Singleton, Beginning Storyteller, so you’ve got to stick to a straight plot. And you need a good, strong moral. You’ve got to put some of those in. If it’s a story about peeing into a lion cage, give yourself a girlfriend who notices how gigantic your winky is and then saves you from the lion at the last second by tackling you, because she’s desperate to save that gorgeous, ginormous winky. In the beginning, you need to pee; in the middle, you do; in the end, through romance and adventure, your winky is saved from the jaws of a hungry lion by the pluck of a young girl motivated by her abiding love for giant winkies. And the moral of the story is that a heroic girlfriend, combined with a giant winky, will save you from even the most desperate situations.
—  John Green, An Abundance of Katherines
The Vehicles That Made MAD MAX: FURY ROAD


In George Miller’s postapocalyptic Mad Max: Fury Road, you are what you drive, with the tricked-out vehicles as essential as food and water. Miller and his production designer, Colin Gibson, combed junkyards in Australia to jury-rig nearly 150 killer rides, including the 1974 Ford Falcon XB GT coupe driven by Max (Tom Hardy). It’s the same model as the one in the original 1979 film, just in much worse shape. “We put it through hell,” says Gibson. “It’s basically beaten to death and falling apart, like Max himself when we first discover him.” Here’s a look at three other wasteland wrecks.

FURIOSA’S WAR RIG
The monster truck driven by Charlize Theron’s heroine is “the dramatic heart of the film,” Gibson says. The stage for numerous nasty battles, the 78-foot 18-wheeler is the love child of a Czechoslovakian military off-roader and a 1940s Chevy Fleetmaster, with a Volkswagen Beetle thrown in as a rear-gun turret. Yes, those are human skulls on the grille. Don’t cross Furiosa.

IMMORTAN JOE’S GAS-GUZZLER
The villain Immortan Joe (Hugh Keays-Byrne) shows off his might with this gnarly ride made from multiple 1959 Cadillac Coupe de Villes. That model is so beloved and rare Down Under that Gibson had to scrounge up five cars in the States, cut them apart, and weld them together. “I jacked them up with over-two-meter-high wheels and gave them double V-8 engines,” he says.

NUX’S WARMONGER-MOBILE
Bloodthirsty Immortan Joe devotee Nux (Nicholas Hoult) gets around in a 1932 five-window deuce coupe with canted wheels and weaponized exhaust pipes. “It’s almost the perfect hot-rod car,” Gibson says, “with a crucifix off the front for spearing, harpooning, and lancing—and that we lash Max to at the beginning of the film.” Jesus, take the wheel indeed.

Source: Entertainment Weekly

anonymous asked:

Can u make a gifset of at the part in the video where jmo says "maybe darkness will bring out some happiness", Colin puts his hand thru his hair!?!!!😁😍😵😁

There’s so many videos and interviews that I dont remember in which video she said that aha. Can you be more specific and point out which one it was? :)

Or does anyone out here knows?

Colin Fry - Discusses Mediumship

Colin Fry is one of the Most Respected Mediums In The UK
Jock and Colin discuss aspects of mediumship in a relaxed and often times humorous manner. Colin shows an immense level of humbleness and spirituality and you will all enjoy the natural and relaxed way this interview was done. This is the first video that we have done and it may take a while to get things just right, but please put up your volume and sit back and listen to Colin Fry, One of the UK’s most respected mediums.  
Here’s What Our Early Viewers Said:
 
I really enjoyed the honesty and realness of this interview. The audio on your side was fabulous but a little low for Colin. I rather loved seeing Colin enjoy a smoke and red wine while he conducted the interview as it shows that you are still allowed to be human while working for God. I resonated with your points about elitism and have felt this in Australia. I feel that during the interview, Colin certainly aligned to good and humble spiritual practices and
Read more at http://theothersidepress.com/colin-fry-discusses-mediumship-785

Colin Fry - Discusses Mediumship

Colin Fry is one of the Most Respected Mediums In The UK
Jock and Colin discuss aspects of mediumship in a relaxed and often times humorous manner. Colin shows an immense level of humbleness and spirituality and you will all enjoy the natural and relaxed way this interview was done. This is the first video that we have done and it may take a while to get things just right, but please put up your volume and sit back and listen to Colin Fry, One of the UK’s most respected mediums.  
Here’s What Our Early Viewers Said:
 
I really enjoyed the honesty and realness of this interview. The audio on your side was fabulous but a little low for Colin. I rather loved seeing Colin enjoy a smoke and red wine while he conducted the interview as it shows that you are still allowed to be human while working for God. I resonated with your points about elitism and have felt this in Australia. I feel that during the interview, Colin certainly aligned to good and humble spiritual practices and
Read more at http://theothersidepress.com/colin-fry-discusses-mediumship-785

a lot of the comments about Colin not being the most talented member of the cast stem from, “he’s not doing what the people playing Synths are doing, that’s REALLY hard.” Uh guys? He’s not PLAYING a synth. If he were doing the stuff the synths were doing, he would be performing BADLY. Do you think auditions work like, “i’m going to do a thing for you, and you are going to put me wherever my talents are best suited?” Because NO. Sometimes, actors do choose different roles, and directors or producers are like, “we’d actually like you better here.” But that’s not because they don’t like what the actor is doing with the other thing.

As a side note, from my perspective, taking away what the Synth actors are doing (and, frankly, I’ve said before, everyone on this show is seriously bringing their A game, because what they are doing is incredible) what Colin is doing as Leo is actually really fucking good. In the first place, his voice is completely different, and I’m not talking about the accent. I’m talking about the fact that when he played Newt in Good Omens, his English-accented voice sounded almost exactly like Merlin, and yet his English-accented Leo voice is something different all over again. Leo cries silent, sudden tears, there is no break when they “start” and “stop.” Yet, watch him as Jethro in Dr. Who. Watch him as Merlin. Watch him as Cathal. Different tears, every time. Because that’s what acting is. Other people can argue, I suppose, it’s a matter of taste, and not intelligence. But the idea that he should be making himself more visible, standing out against these actors who are doing this seriously technical stuff, or the fact that he is NOT doing that means he CAN’T do that, is just silly. Leo’s a human in an ensemble cast which includes characters who are not human and must exhibit noticeable non-human traits. Colin is doing his job, and doing it pretty damn well from where I’m sitting.

I just feel like we spend a lot of time assuming that people who are fans of a person can’t possibly think critically or look seriously at that person, especially when they are young, when they are girls, or when the person is attractive. I feel like it’s a bit much to expect that we need to do that all the time, honestly. And you can argue, “Colin would rather you focus on his performance.” “Colin would not want you pitting him against other actors.” And those things, based on what we know of him, are true. But you know what I’ve noticed? A lot of the things he does tend to be very women-centred. Women writers and directors, taking supporting roles in casts and stories led by women… in his industry, that is not a thing that just happens. And so I’m not sure he’d be a fan of some of the comments about “fangirling” and all the finger-wagging going on.