small town saturday night


Chris Pine is a vocal chameleon and it’s killing me.


♥ Happy 35th birthday, Chris Pine! ♥

So I sort of made a music album contains all the songs that Chris has sung in movies/TV shows/interviews over the years. There are 10 songs in total.

♫ listen here ♫ 


01  Three Little Maids (ft. Diane Keaton & Lauren German) - From Surrender, Dorothy (2006)
02  The Wandering Minstrel - From Surrender, Dorothy (2006)
03  Someday Came Today - From Small Town Saturday Night (2010)
04  Agony (ft. Billy Magnussen) - From Into the Woods (2014)
05  Any Moment (ft. Emily Blunt) - From Into the Woods (2014)
06  Higher And Higher - From Wet Hot American Summer (2015)
07  Fly Me To The Moon - From Jimmy Kimmel Live (2014)
08  I’m So Sorry - From Capital FM interview (2014)
09  All I Need To Know - From Funny or Die: Pagent (2014)
10  Summer Wind From The Ellen Degeneres Show (2014)

Professor Novak (Chapter 5)

Summary: You and Castiel pick up where you left off before Dean’s interruption 
Word count: 1.6k
Warnings: smut, swearing

Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4

His mouth was soft against yours, slightly chapped but not rough. He tasted like cinnamon and a hint of espresso, you found yourself leaning more and more into him until he was backed up against his desk. You pulled at his tie drawing him impossibly closer to you before going to the first button of his dress shirt, he grabbed your wrist gently ceasing your attempts to unclothe him.

“Someone’s impatient.” He chuckled down at you.

“I’ve been thinking about this for a long long time.” You whispered breathlessly trying to capture his mouth again.

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A veteran character actress and one of Hollywood’s most sought-after talents, OCTAVIA SPENCER [Johanna] has become a familiar fixture on both television and the silver screen. Her critically acclaimed performance as Minny in DreamWork’s feature film The Help won her the 2012 Academy Award®, BAFTA Award, Golden Globe® Award, SAG Award® and Broadcast Film Critic’s Choice Award, among numerous other honors.

Recently, Spencer co-starred in the action-adventure Snowpiercer opposite Tilda Swinton and Chris Evans; and in Tate Taylor’s Get on Up, a chronicle of musician James Brown’s rise to fame that also stars Viola Davis and Chadwick Boseman. She will next be seen in the drama Black or White alongside Kevin Costner; Fathers and Daughters with Quvenzhané Wallis, Diane Kruger, Russell Crowe, Amanda Seyfried, and Aaron Paul; and opposite Sophie Nelisse, Glenn Close, Kathy Bates and Danny Glover in The Great Gilly Hopkins, the adaptation of Katherine Paterson’s young adult Newberry Honor novel.

Last year, Spencer was seen in the indie-drama Fruitvale Station, which follows the final hours of Oscar Grant’s life, a young man whose death sparked national outrage after video footage of his shooting was released to the public on New Year’s Eve 2009. Fruitvale Station won several prestigious awards including both the Grand Jury Prize and Audience Award for US Dramatic films at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival, the Un Certain Regard Award for Prix de l’avenir at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival, was named one of AFI’s Films of the Year, and received nominations for the 2014 Independent Spirit Awards® and NAACP Image Awards. Spencer was awarded Best Supporting Actress from the National Board of Review for her performance in the film and received an individual nomination from the NAACP Image Awards. She also served as a producer on the film.

In 2013, Spencer was also seen in Diablo Cody’s directorial debut Paradise alongside Russell Brand and Julianne Hough; and Smashed, an independent film which premiered at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival that also starred Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Aaron Paul and Megan Mullally. She co-starred in Bryce Dallas Howard’s directed segment of Call Me Crazy: A Five Film, an anthology of five short films focused on various stories of mental illness. Produced by Jennifer Aniston, the Lifetime Original Movie Event also includes films directed by Laura Dern, Bryce Dallas Howard, Bonnie Hunt, Ashley Judd, and Sharon Maguire.

Her acting career began with her big screen debut in 1995 in Joel Schumacher’s A Time To Kill, opposite Sandra Bullock. Since that time, Spencer has built a diverse and impressive resume and in 2009 was lauded by Entertainment for her comedic timing when she was named to their esteemed list of the “25 Funniest Actresses in Hollywood.”

Spencer’s extensive feature film credits include Blues For Willadean, Fly Paper, Peep World, Dinner For Schmucks, Small Town Saturday Night, Herpes Boy, Halloween Ii, The Soloist, Drag Me To Hell, Seven Pounds, Pretty Ugly People, Coach Carter, Charm School, Win A Date With Tad Hamilton, Bad Santa, Spiderman, Big Momma’s House, Being John Malkovich and Never Been Kissed. In 2009, Spencer directed and produced a short film entitled The Captain, which was a finalist for the coveted Poetry Foundation Prize at the Chicago International Children’s Film Festival.

On television, Spencer was recently seen guest starring in the CBS series Mom, a comedy that centers on a newly sober mom attempting to pull her life together. Additionally, she made a memorable guest appearance in the final season of 30 Rock; starred in the Comedy Central series Halfway Home; and appeared in a five-episode arc as the character Constance Grady on the hit series Ugly Betty. Spencer has been seen in guest-starring roles on shows including The Big Bang Theory, E.R., CSI, CSI: NY, Raising The Bar, Medium, and NYPD Blue.

Among her many other professional achievements, Spencer has co-authored an interactive mystery series for children called Randi Rhodes, Ninja Detective. The first title in the series, Randi Rhodes, Ninja Detective: The Case of the Time-Capsule Bandit was published by Simon & Schuster Children’s Publishing in Fall 2013.

Spencer is a native of Montgomery, Alabama and holds a BS in Liberal Arts from Auburn University. She currently resides in Los Angeles.

A Lunatic's Lament- Chapter 1 (Kellic)


Oh hey a new story :) I have to warn you all first though that this story will have some “darker” themes (it’ll get messed up at parts). I don’t want to spoil anything by having warnings at the top of certain chapters, so I’m warning you now (and only now) that there will be rape themes. So…yeah. If you don’t think you can/want to read that then either skip ahead when that happens or just not read. I’m sorry if there’s already a story like this but I haven’t seen one (then again I don’t read so…) But yeah. I’ve had this whole story stuck in my head for a while now and I really want to write it. (Sorry if it starts slow. It is the first chapter after all)

The first little bit is in 3rd person POV just setting the scene sort of, but after that it’s all in Kellin’s POV so don’t let that throw you off. Okay enjoy this first chapter :)


Third person POV:

“Do you guys want to hear a horror story?” The boy asked his friends who were sitting across the couch from him at the party

“You? Tell a scary story? Oh please.” His friend laughed at the notion.

“Trust me, I know a good one. In fact it’s said to be a true story which happened to two boys a couple of towns over a few years ago.” He enticed the others who had dared to listen in. Eager people gathered around, curious to hear of the story.

“It all started on your average Saturday night….”

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