screen relationships


@sana246 This post focuses on Melissa dodging the question about if she explicitly approves of the Karamel relationship. She avoids it and answers diplomatically.

I just viewed the full interview. Melissa talks about Kara’s learning experience since she’s balancing Supergirl duties with her newfound​ relationship. She doesn’t expressly say Mon El makes Kara happy like you claim. Melissa, like the true feminist icon she is, focuses on Kara in the interview and not her on-screen relationship.

My stance on the Karamel relationship will not change. I exclusively use the “anti karamel” tag for this reason.

anonymous asked:

How come everyone is saying that it's u realistic for Molly to love someone for seven years without moving on but it's fine that John and Sherlock have loved each other for that long too? Not being an ass, I'm genuinely asking

Because there’s an enormous difference with a relationship between Sherlock and John and one between Sherlock and Molly. The former relationship is between the two main characters of a program, we know a lot about them and we see them a lot and they are the protagonists. The latter is between the main character and a person who is hardly in the show. And it’s not just about the amount of screen time either. The relationship itself is completely different. Sherlock and John have the deepest relationship in canon. Their love is intense and all-encompassing and demonstrated countless times. Sherlock and Molly’s relationship is a working friendship where one half has a crush on the other. An unrequited crush with someone you’re not even that close to is not sustainable over that amount of time.

I guess a question like this is funny to me simply because a relationship between Sherlock and John and Sherlock and Molly is hilariously different. Like its comparing the shittiest Splenda on the planet to the highest quality sugar.
Casey is playing a character who does not want to engage. So he has to be that guy a little bit in between takes. You can’t just turn it off and on. I think Casey was kind but a little distant, and Lucas was eagerly trying to get in with him, buddy up with him. Casey was also very, very supportive and helpful to Lucas. It was really great listening to them on the walkie-talkie in the car between takes. I think they had a very good relationship, and they came to love and respect each other quite a lot.
—  Director Kenneth Lonergan on Casey Affleck and Lucas Hedges’ off screen relationship while filming ‘Manchester by the Sea’ 💙
  • yuri on ice: the most faithful depiction of what it's like to compete in sports at a high level, heartfelt and honest in its portrayal of the main character's anxiety and lack of confidence, lovingly shows and develops on screen a romantic relationship between two men that's formed out of a mutual desire for human connection, wholesome and hopeful
  • also yuri on ice: the drunk pole-dancing stripper au is canon

fourth of july // fall out boy {lockscreen size}

GAH. They’re holding hands 😍😍😍😍

when i describe viktor/yuuri as pure and innocent i want to make it clear like….. i mean that entirely in terms of emotional love and the narrative development of their relationship. on-screen makeouts would still be pure and innocent. the concept that they might be having sex and physically acting on their love does not in any way negate from the absolute wholesomeness and goodness of their relationship, either on or off-screen. the physical actions of homosexuality are not inherently sinful and take nothing from pure and innocent on-screen love, it does not cheapen the love story we were told on-screen.

Hera’s always been the best at making Ezra smile when his mind fills with memories of his parents of his life alone. 

She may not have experienced it. But that doesn’t mean she doesn’t understand. 


“Tarth. I’m biased, but she keeps it together.” -Nikolaj Coster-Waldau to HBO on which character do you admire the most?

“I love the character of Jaime Lannister. He’s just so complex…” -Gwendoline Christie

“Gwen and I have a lot of fun together, I wish it could go on forever.” -Nikolaj Coster-Waldau

“And Nikolaj is a very special actor. He’s brilliant, hilarious and mercurial. And again, incredibly highly skilled. I felt nervous about acting opposite someone that was so highly skilled that I’d be working with so intensely, but he completely went for it from the beginning and was not afraid to go full-throttle on all of the scenes. And to really feed the relationship off-screen, too, by endlessly teasing me, haha. It’s really fun and hard work. He’s a brilliant actor. And I’ve had an absolute ball. I’ve had a real riot.“ -Gwendoline Christie

“If you meet Gwen, you’ll know that she is light.” -Nikolaj Coster-Waldau


“Patrick and I also have great chemistry off-screen. What is chemistry but rapport – it’s friendship; it’s attraction. I’m attracted to his goodness, his goofiness, his willingness. He is a radiant spark of a human being and, frankly, he lights me up like few can; he makes me shriek with laughter. Reuniting with him this time around for The Conjuring 2 was even more jocularity and mirth. We ease into buffoonery and antics as soon as you throw us together. Reprimanding us won’t help. It’s like adding baking soda and vinegar together – it just gets frothy and fun. We’ll get the job more than done, but not without a thousand wisecracks. I love to pull that guy’s chain, and he loves to pull even harder on mine.” - Vera Farmiga