• Harry:*is the chosen one and a jockey idiot*
  • Hermione:*is smart and strong and saves everyone's ass at least ten times and is basically what everyone should aspire to in life*
  • Ron:*is a genuine guy and an amazingly loyal friend and adorably dorky*
  • Neville:*overcomes his insecurities and fears to save his friends butts*
  • Ginny:*is a kickass mofo who literally is just James reincarnated* *but cooler* *dont tell him I said that*
  • Lavender:*eventually finds her chill and becomes a badass in the war*
  • Dean and Seamus:*the worlds cutest couple and hella tough*
  • George and Fred:*best non couple couple to ever live and die*
  • Luna:*smart in the only way anyone should ever need*
  • Pansy:*you have to admit she kicks ass*
  • Blaise:*is hot*
  • Draco:*lives to gay*
  • James:*from heaven* I worry for McGonagalls mental stability
  • Lily:Oh yeah.

I honestly feel bad for both Harmony and Romione ships. Harmony didn’t happen, but at least they get to live with knowing they should have been endgame. Romione shippers happened in the books/movies but they have to live with knowing they’re ship was a mistake that J.K Rowing said herself Ron and Hermione wouldn’t have made it as a couple and she regents not going Harry and Hermione. Even Emma and Rupert completely agree with her.

These kids at the bus were talking about Harry Potter

And just couldn’t figure out the name of the “green badass” hogwarts house, so I spinned around and /stared/ them dead in the eye and when the silence got rly awkward I just pointed on the hogwarts emblem on my shirt where it read: Slytherin.

And merlins beard, the look of pure fear and admiration they give this pierced teenager in a harry potter shirt was priceless.

Jennifer Lawrence to Team With Ron Howard for Zelda Fitzgerald Biopic (Exclusive)

The project also reunites Lawrence with Allison Shearmur, who, as a former Lionsgate executive, worked with the actress when she made her turn into megastar as the lead in ‘The Hunger Games.’

Jennifer Lawrence is gearing up to tackle Jazz Age icon Zelda Fitzgerald.

The drama, which is currently titled Zelda, is being developed by Ron Howard (Inferno), who is eyeing it as a potential directing vehicle.

The project also reteams Lawrence with Allison Shearmur, who, as a former Lionsgate executive, worked with the actress when she made her turn into megastar as the lead in The Hunger Games. Shearmur is producing the untitled project with Brian Oliver, whose Hacksaw Ridge is earning awards-season buzz. Lawrence and producing partner Justine Ciarrocchi also will serve as producers.

Based on a screenplay by Emma Frost (The White Queen), the story centers on Zelda Fitzgerald, who was married to author F. Scott Fitzgerald and was her husband’s indispensable muse and fiercest competitor. Desperate to define herself through her own art, the film explores the question: Can love exist between creative equals? The filmmakers optioned Nancy Milford’s bestselling biography Zelda, which served as the inspiration for the screenplay.

Brian Oliver’s Cross Creek Pictures, whose recent films include Black Mass and the upcoming Tom Cruise film Mena, is in talks finance and produce the movie.

As a producer, Shearmur is becoming is force in the area of female-led tentpoles, having produced Disney’s live-action Cinderella for Disney and the upcoming Felicity Jones starrer Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. She also is an executive producer on Power Rangers and executive producer of the highly anticipated ABC musical event Dirty Dancing.

Lawrence will next be seen in Sony’s Passengers, which opens Dec. 21. She most recently starred in David O. Russell’s Joy, for which she received her fourth Oscar nomination.

Lawrence and Howard are repped by CAA.

lawnely-student  asked:

Ehi! I hope you don't mind if i tell my opinion on Bella. Don't want to be rude, i just found your post interesting and i feel like sharing my point of view. So first of all, I don't think bella found herself at all: she disliked herself at the beginning of the books, she thought she was not enough for edward for the majority of the time, and then she found /her place/ only after being physically transformed - as in: another creature. Se she didn't succeed in finding herself imo [...]

[…] and i think this is something that bothers lots of people. It’s like at first she presented herself to be “like us” but then she clearly showed that she could not be happy if not through being someone else. Secondly, ppl think she is being manipulated all the time and tbh i agree: everything she does/thinks is in function of E., she becomes catatonic when he leaves (and for fuck’s sake, you are 17. Everybody experiences a break up gurl cmon). And she accepts E’s behavior which sometimes ..

Sometimes it’s not acceptable: i clearly remember when he breaks her car??? Like dude. You try to do something like that to me and I break your knees. And she FORGIVES HIM. Because she feels inferior (this is my opinion oc). This being said, it’s not like I don’t like her. I actually despise how Stephanie treated her. She IS weak. She had a lot of potential, she could have had a great character development, but in the end she didn’t have it. This is what i think! Sorry for the rambling lol.

Okay, honestly. This really grinds my gears. So if I sound sort of bitchy, I apologize, I’m not directing it toward you. I just think this is very very inaccurate.

Bella made the choice HERSELF to become a vampire, because she KNEW that is who she was. It wasn’t “physically transforming” that made her find her place, it was just being a part of Edward’s world that made her find her place.. and it WASN’T because of Edward. She even told him that. She made that choice because she finally felt like she belonged somewhere. Edward was a perk, but she knew for HERSELF that being in the world of vampires was right for HER. She didn’t need to “become someone else” to be happy, she FOUND herself. There’s a difference there. She found herself in that world, and to be a part of it, she changed. I really don’t think that’s a problem if you know that’s who you are.

Yes, she disliked herself, but she learned to trust herself and make her own choices. That is definitely finding herself. She figured out what was important to her, who she was, and what she felt like she needed to do. She didn’t think she was enough for Edward most of the time because they did have their issues in their relationship, but she later learned after New Moon that she WAS enough.

I feel like you haven’t read the books in a really really long time or just think about the movies, because Bella was CONSTANTLY fighting back with Edward whenever he tried to manipulate her and protect her. She would get pissed off. Of course she would later forgive him because he would also apologize, but she was not going to do what she didn’t want to do. Period.

And I don’t think it’s fair to judge someone how they deal with their emotions or a break up. Everyone has different levels of emotions, and Bella had never lost someone before. It was like he died to her in a sense because he said he was never coming back, and because she felt so right in that world, that was like losing a part of herself. It wasn’t just because she lost Edward, it was because she lost the world she identified with so strongly.

And she doesn’t forgive Edward for things right away like I said above, they eventually make up, but Bella is pissed there for awhile. At first, it might have been an inferiority thing, but she definitely grew past that once she started having her own voice. You usually forgive the people you love for the stupid shit they do. If you say you wouldn’t, you’re lying. If Bella didn’t have her own voice and was clearly letting herself be manipulated, that’s different. She always spoke up against anything Edward attempted to do. Bella was her own person first and foremost.

I do not think Bella is weak at all, either. Bella is very strong. She was constantly expected to mother her mother as a kid, and she thought that was her identity. She later learned that that was not who she was and what SHE personally wanted aside from the people in her life. She was a good mother to her kid.. hell, she went COMPLETELY against Edward for her kid, and she did what she thought was right for her KID and HERSELF over her lover. Edward turned completely against her, and she held on strong. Edward could not manipulate her ever, and he certainly could not control her. She always stuck up for herself when it came to Edward or Jacob, and she would do just about anything for those she loved as long as that didn’t infringe on who she defined herself as. She also had the courage to make her own decision for her OWN life even if it meant that she would have to hurt Jacob or even Charlie, because she knew for herself personally, that was the right thing to do.

Everyone likes to think she makes all her decisions for Edward, but Bella EVEN STATES in the books that is not why she makes any of her decisions at all. Edward was a perk for that world, but she made that decision for herself because that’s who she was.

You can all depict Bella as “weak” or “inferior” all you want, but in my opinion, you clearly didn’t read the same books I did or didn’t read them closely.


Imagine… You and Hermione being partners in crime,best friends, and doing everything together. Talking about everything together,being each others rock.

“You are insane (Y/N)“

“What can I say? The best people are crazy.”


“There is no way i’m doing this you lunatic! We could get in trouble.”

“Oh come on Granger,live a little! Stop being a miserable good girl and come have fun with your best friend.”


“He called me a mudblood.”

“I’ll kick his ass.”

“Please don’t, I don’t want you to get in trouble.”

“He made you cry Hermione, he can’t get away with that.”


“What would I do without you (Y/N)?”

“Crash and burn,become a lonely cat lady,have the most boring life ever?”

I watched Hamilton’s America with my boyfriend tonight and let me just tell you that when he heard the begins of “Guns and Ships” he cleared his throat, sat up, and rapped the whole thing with Daveed Diggs. 

I love my boys 


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