“write a little fluff when the reader is pregnant with Bill and he wanted it to be a boy, so the reader has to hide the fact that its a girl during the whole pregnancy thing and when she delivered the baby, she was scared but bill didnt get mad, instead he cried and melt when he saw the baby?!!!”
Note: I know nothing about childbirth.. and I apologize if it doesn’t seem quite right. Please keep requesting. Thanks.
Pairing: Bill x Reader
You spent half of your pregnancy researching and reading up on this feeling. You were happy that you were finally done with all the weird cravings and the back pain. You were in labor for a full two days,and Bill was amazing,he kept holding your hand and kissing your checks when the pain was unbearable.
Yet, you missed your baby as soon as you heard her cries. Her beautiful lungs gasping and taking in the world. You felt sad and heartbroken, it was like you weren’t ready for her to come into a world like this. She didn’t deserve to cry or feel pain. The process of cleaning her and cutting her umbilical cord was a blur. You wanted to hold her.
notes:this was just requested today and i have other requests i should be writing but i really liked this one and had to write it lmao
At the beginning of the night, if someone were to tell you that you’d end up sneaking into an alleyway and getting fucked into oblivion by your boyfriend, you would’ve laughed in their face.
“There’s no way in hell that’s happening,” you might’ve said back to them. After all, you preferred the comforts of your own home when it came to sex and love making.
Yet here you were, hours later, half naked body pressed against the rough brick wall of some building you hadn’t bothered to learn the name of, close to losing your mind from staggering pleasure you were now experiencing.
Bill sat at his desk hitting his pencil lightly on the side of it. The class was only minutes from ending but he spent the remainder of his time staring at Y/N.
She’s so so so beautiful he thought to himself
“Bill Denbrough!” the teacher yelled distracting him from his thoughts, “your project partner will be…Y/N Y/L/N”
Bill looks over and you give him a slight smile. Bill looks back at Richie and he raises his eyebrows and winks.
Oh shit. I didn’t even know we have a project?? I’ve been staring at her this whole time.
I can’t work with her I’ll never get anything done!
What if I stutter and she laughs??
Oh god I can’t do this
“Alright and that’s everyone. Talk with your partners until the bell rings” the teacher says and goes back to sitting at her desk. Bill immediately rises from his seat to go convince her to switch partners. He walks up to her desk and she briefly looks up from her book,
“Is everything okay?” You say walking up from behind him. He jumps,
“Y-yes I was just c-confused by the assignment”
“Well Mr. Denbrough you can grab an assignment sheet like I said before” the teacher says handing him the paper, “and I’m sure Ms. Y/L/N would be happy to answer any questions you weren’t paying attention for” Bill puts his head down in shame and walks back to his desk. You follow him sitting at the desk right next to him,
“She can be kinda rough” you say. Bill nods,
“So I don’t really know what to do for this assignment, but I was thinking-”
“I think these seats are good” you’re interrupted when Richie comes up with his partner and sits right behind the two of you.
“Uh anyways, my parents are never really home so maybe we could work on the project at my place? It’ll be a quiet place to focus”
“Uhm s-s-sure. I-I’m not busy t-today” Bill says. Richie peeps his head out from behind them mouthing,
yes you are?!
“Perfect” you say, “I have to get my bag out of my locker but I’ll meet you outside the school?”
“I-uh-um-i-y-” Bill stutters. He takes a deep breath and nods finally getting some words out, “yes. S-sorry about my stutter”
“Don’t be sorry. It’s cute” you wink and excuse yourself from the class as the bell rings. Bill turns around looking at Richie who’s mouth is wide open.
“Bill fucking Denbrough. The LEGEND” Richie taunts following Bill outside. They walk near the bike rack to meet up with the rest of the loser’s club.
“We’re meeting up at the quarry later right?” Eddie asks walking up to the group.
This commission is courtesy of @sskuvira, who asked for some older, post-canon Korvira. Despite the title (I hate coming up with titles), it’s SFW.
Kuvira grimaced as she recounted the money in her palm,
fanning out the bills and setting down one of the leeks she’d selected when she
realized she would be short. “Just these, then.”
The woman running the stall shrugged as she took the money
and pushed the fourth leak back toward her. “Go ahead and take it,” she said.
Kuvira’s lips creased into a frown. She earned her keep, and wouldn’t give
anyone a reason to say otherwise.
“I’ll take what I paid for.”
“You already got dirt on it, I don’t want to take it back to
DAN STEVENS ON THE “TERRIFYING” PRESSURE OF ‘BEAUTY AND THE BEAST’
In case you didn’t notice, Disney’s live-action Beauty and the Beast remake is currently the biggest movie in the world, having smashed five box-office records during its opening weekend alone. You can thank Dan Stevens in part for the film’s massive success; the Downton Abbey alum took on arguably the movie’s most challenging role, bringing the lovelorn, misunderstood Beast to life through a motion-capture suit and prosthetics. It’s a stark departure from his starring turn as X-Men mutant David Haller in FX’s new smash-hit series Legion, which received its Season 2 order last week. “To get to explore fantastical realms has always been a dream of mine, so long may it continue,” Stevens says of his current penchant for less-than-human roles. Below, the actor opens up about the “extreme excitement and mild terror” of taking on one of Disney’s most iconic roles, creating the voice of the Beast and developing his back story.
He admits he was “terrified” when he was cast in the role.
“It was a mixture of extreme excitement and mild terror. It’s a huge honor to be asked to play an iconic role like this. It’s a privilege. I guess the biggest responsibility I felt was to my childhood self, really, who loved this fairytale, loved fairytales in general, and loved the animated film. Then it was to my own kids. I tried not to think about all the millions of other kids that would be seeing it. Just my own, and thinking about the ways in which they enjoy the book when we read it to them, and the things in the animated film that made them laugh, and trying to retain those things.”
There were several moments throughout the filmmaking process where he questioned if he’d be able to pull off a convincing Beast.
“That question was going on throughout pre-production, really. We were exploring a couple of different ways that we might [create the Beast], so I was exploring prosthetic options, and the muscle suit was being constructed for the mass and hulk of the Beast, so I was getting to explore moving around with that on. The stilts were being modified almost daily. We’d have a meeting in the morning with a team of engineers and the choreographers, and we’d try and modify these things so I could waltz in them effectively. It wasn’t so comfortable, but definitely in a way that wasn’t going to completely cripple me. With the dance training, getting those steps down, but then getting them down in the stilts… Every day I woke up thinking, "How are we going to do this?” I continued to probably think that throughout the post[-production] process as well. The first cut of the film, the first rough assembly that Bill showed me of the movie—which was gorgeous, by the way—had me still in my Lycra suit. There was no CGI rendered at all, so the performance was there, but I had to just draw on untold resources of imagination to believe and will the Beast into being.“
Besides the Beast’s appearance, very little in the film actually used a green screen—which helped Stevens and the rest of the cast make the world of Beauty and the Beast believable.
What [director] Bill [Condon] really wanted, from the very beginning, was in order to have a world in which you have these fantastical beasts that we’re creating using technology, everything else had to feel and look real. There wasn’t a lot of green screen. The costumes and the props, and Sarah Greenwood’s production design, were intentionally practical and gorgeous. The ballroom was 360 degrees of gorgeousness. It was vast, and that area of the castle, going from the terrace outside the ballroom, through the ballroom into the hallway, around by the fireside and in through to the kitchen and the dining room, that was all one giant set. It was two massive hangars worth of set, and it would take about five minutes to walk through from one end to the other. In that sense, it felt about as real as it could. I would lumber in in this giant, gray motion capture muscle suit and feel pretty monstrous.”
Stevens’s voice wasn’t really modified to play the Beast.
“That was actually my voice. I guess they work up the bass a little bit, but no, it was something that came out of a prosthetic exploration. They made these incredible fangs for me, so I could go away and wear those for a few hours a day and figure out how he was going to talk. I started looking at how the very vain character that you see in the beginning of the movie would try and hide these fangs when he’s been cursed with these monstrous teeth. He ends up with a kind of downturned mouth, but he can still talk out of the front of his mouth and hide the fangs. On top of which, he’s a very grumpy man. He’s been stuck in this lonely tower for ten years. It’s sort of this downturned mouth thing that probably stretched the larynx, and I thought, that’s interesting. I could pursue that and have him talk more out of the bottom of his mouth, and this incredibly grumpy, dry character started to emerge.”
He did his own singing, too.
“I had an incredible voice coach. First of all, my wife, who coached me for the audition, and Ann-Marie Speed, who teaches at the Royal Academy of Music in London. [She] really got me to engage with the musculature of the voice in the same way that I was engaging my body physically to puppeteer the Beast, and to dance and do all the physical prep. [She helped me] get to grips with my voice in a new way, both to speak as the Beast, but also sing as the Beast.”
He hopes audiences pick up on the subtle changes that set the new movie apart from the original.
“You see a little bit of the Prince’s back story. You see the kind of parties he used to hold before he was cursed, and telling a bit of his back story through dance. This kind of speed-waltzing that we see at the beginning, where he’s dancing with 60 princesses—he doesn’t particularly connect to any of them.
And then obviously you’ve got that lovely celebration at the end, winter turning to spring—I think that was a new verse. They discovered some of Howard Ashman’s notes or some of Howard and Alan [Menken]’s notes, and they discovered a new verse that hadn’t been used in the original Beauty and the Beast song. I’m going to get it wildly wrong now, but I think it’s "Winter turns to spring, famine turns to feast. Nature points the way, nothing left to say. Beauty and the Beast.” That’s not in the original. It’s still the same beautiful tune, but I guess it’s telling of the whole story, really, that it’s the same tune, the same melodies, but sung in a slightly different way, which make [the songs] classics, which make them timeless. It is also a lovely verse. It’s a lovely sentiment to go out on.“
Eddie storms through the Denbrough house
without a single care how loud he is. Bill’s parents aren’t here (though
even if they were he would have probably been just as loud just to see
if they’d acknowledge his or Bill’s presence for once). He slams the
front door open, marches through the hall, stomps up the stairs, and
opens Bill’s door so hard that it flies against the walls causing the
items on the shelves near to shake. Bill looks up at him from his spot
on the bed like he’s surprised Eddie’s here, and didn’t just come
storming through his household.
“E-eddie? What’s wrong?”
“Richie.” He clenches his teeth as he says the name, fist shaking as his sides. Bill doesn’t even look surprised.