who in their right mind would go and make “who you really are doesn’t matter” one of the last lines in their adaptation of one of the most iconic works of fiction, the most epic relationship between two men of all time. what must a person possess to do this? this doesn’t even have anything to do with johnlock not becoming canon, no matter if you see it as a love story or a beautiful friendship between these unique characters that have been written and played and reinterpreted so many times – why on earth would the last statement you make about them be that it doesn’t matter who they are?
“For Emma, it was important that the dress was light and that it had a lot of movement,” Durran says. “In Emma’s reinterpretation, Belle is an active princess. She did not want a dress that was corseted or that would impede her in any way.”
another note about seymour: a lot of humor in some of seymour’s best posts is the interpretation of the english language from the viewpoint of someone who contains immeasurable wisdom but is not used to how humans work, or talk, or, uh, “human.”
an example id give is the ask containing the words “Time cube,” to which seymour responded “It Sure Is.” on first glance, this seems nonsensical, until you turn “time cube” from “adjective noun” into “noun (omitted “verb + article”) noun,” reinterpreting it into “time is a cube,” for example. this falls heavily into how seymour talks, omitting passive verbs and articles. with this interpretation of the phrase “Time cube,” his response makes perfect sense: the affirmation that time IS, indeed, a cube.
As was true of Alice in Wonderland (2010), Maleficent (2014), Cinderella (2015), The Jungle Book (2016) and Pete’s Dragon (2016), Walt Disney Pictures’ Beauty and the Beast was reinterpreted to appeal to modern audiences. “It wasn’t about changing anything,” producer David Hoberman insisted. “It was about adding dimension to it. We give [fans] everything that they expect and more—no more for more’s sake, more for story’s sake and character’s sake.”
Hi there ! I was wondering if you've come across any fics based on Jongin's first impression of Kyungsoo?
hmmmm i (admin y) was unsure if you wanted fics based on jongin’s actual first impression or just fics with any sort of first impression, so i sorted them into two separate lists c: hope you enjoy both!
fics based on jongin’s actual first impression of kyungsoo (i.e. “i don’t want to eat with that hyung” / astigmatism):
Pick Me Up, Put Me Down - a reinterpretation of jongin’s first impression in a college!au setting (disclaimer: this is admin y’s fic :c) (i’m sorry i recced my own fic but i can’t find many for this request)
fics with jongin having any first impression of kyungsoo: