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Mr. Holmes Movie Storyline:

  • ❝ The story is set in 1947, following a long-retired Holmes living in a Sussex village with his housekeeper and rising detective son. But then he finds himself haunted by an unsolved 50-year old case. Holmes’ memory isn’t what it used to be, so he only remembers fragments of the case: a confrontation with an angry husband, a secret bond with his beautiful but unstable wife. ❞

Movie Details :

  • Release Date : 2015-07-17
  • Casts : Milo Parker, Ian McKellen, Laura Linney, Patrick Kennedy, Sarah Crowden, Philip Davis, Colin Starkey, Zak Shukor, Hattie Morahan, Hiroyuki Sanada
  • Runtime : 103 minutes

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➙ Mad Max: Fury Road Movie Storyline
An apocalyptic story set in the furthest reaches of our planet, in a stark desert landscape where humanity is broken, and most everyone is crazed fighting for the necessities of life. Within this world exist two rebels on the run who just might be able to restore order. There’s Max, a man of action and a man of few words, who seeks peace of mind following the loss of his wife and child in the aftermath of the chaos. And Furiosa, a woman of action and a woman who believes her path to survival may be achieved if she can make it across the desert back to her childhood homeland.

⇛ Mad Max: Fury Road Movie Detail
Release Date : 2015-05-15
Casts : Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, John Howard, Charlize Theron, Megan Gale, Zoë Kravitz, Courtney Eaton, Abbey Lee, Angus Sampson, Melissa Jaffer, Jennifer Hagan, Josh Helman, Hugh Keays-Byrne, Richard Carter, Nathan Jones, Nicholas Hoult, Richard Norton, Riley Keough, Tom Hardy
Duration : 120 minutes runtime
Rating : 7.8

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Battle for Zendikar Wild Speculation Post

My wild speculations for the story of this set are as follows:

  • Kozilek is still on Zendikar somewhere near the core, and will be the Big Bad of the second set after Ulamog is defeated/driven off the plane
  • Gideon is going to willingly give his Spark to Ob Nixilis so Ob can kill one of the Titans. Gideon will live but be trapped on Zendikar, Ob will be free to roam the Multiverse
  • Sorin is going to die

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I'm writing about a five year old girl whose parents think she's disturbed and hallucinating. I need to know what kind of medication a doctor would prescribe to fix this, and how that medication would make her feel. The story is set in an undetermined time period, so it's okay if the prescription drugs aren't as humane as they are now. It's supposed to be a horror story.

Here’s what I could find on hallucinating, medication, and the main treatment: antipsychotic medications. Because your character is a five year old, however, I’m not sure that medication would be the first course of action (perhaps therapy first, and often at this age, parents will dismiss hallucinations as “imaginary friends” or a big imagination) but depending on the time period or context of your story, here are some potential medications should you decide to go down that path. 

The two main antipsychotic medications used to treat hallucinations are  haloperidol, risperidone. The side effects of each are below:



“Changing Seasons.” LUCAS X MAYA -PROLOGUE-

Changing Seasons: A story set from Lucas Friar’s point of view. Going through three very important stages of his life. Middle School in Texas, Middle School in New York, and Highschool. ________________________________________________________________

Changing Seasons.

Lucas x Maya

PROLOGUE ________________________________________________________________

Fate is just a word. Four letters crammed next to each other, created to sell romantic love stories like hot cakes… Right?

… Wrong.

It’s far more, far bigger then you could even begin to imagine. And in no way, does it limit itself to the word “Love”. Let me give you an example.

An adorable, brown squirrel is scurrying around, when its eyes dart towards the most delicious looking acorn it’s ever seen.

Placed so beautifully on a top tree branch, its brown coat glistens under the sunlight. He wants it, there is no question about it, he claimed it the second his eyes locked it down. And so he starts upon the task of climbing the tree.

Now tell me, why wasn’t that acorn on the soft grass? Why wasn’t it just laying there ready for the eating by the squirrel?

If the universe just didn’t care, didn’t watch us carefully, why would it be so high up? Much harder to obtain?

Because fate plays a part in life. It has many lessons to teach us. Many things we ignore every day, and brush off as

“Things that just happen"

But we shouldn’t. Not at all. Not ever.

Think of that big oak tree, whose leaves rub shoulders with the clouds, and how small the little creature is. About how many branches it’s going to have to jump across. The many times it will have to stop for a rest on its way there. All the things the Squirrel might find along the bark laid pathway. 

By the time the squirrel finally reaches the mouth watering acorn, he will have certainly earned it.

But by the time he finally looks at it head on, and sets two paws down in front of it, he might have figured out that the acorn was never what he really needed.

Only by climbing to the top, can we truly get the view we require.

Fate is mean. Fate is cruel. It’s sarcastic and bitter and cold.

But it’s also Kind, and rewarding. Trustworthy, because it knows it’s gonna take you right where you need to be.

But one of the key elements is it’s patience.

Delinquent. Mr Perfect. Sir Howdy Huckleberry.

All names used in three very different stages of my life. Three very, extremely important ones.

You can call me whatever you want, But my name is Lucas Friar.

And fate had very important plans for me.

I find it very hard to argue entirely for or against the application of racial diversity within media.
In my opinion, the extent of how racially diverse a cast is, should depend on story, setting and character. It should not just be used to market something to a wider audience. I will say straight up, I do not believe a diverse cast is always appropriate, and I want you to understand why I think this.

If you’re setting something in Medieval England, and if you’re aiming for a more historically accurate plot, chances are you won’t have any black or Asian characters. Just like how if you set a story in 1100-1500ad Australia, the diversity of your cast would be equally restricted in the opposing way.

BUT! If your story takes place a medieval inspired fantasy world, the limitations of racial diversity will be handled completely differently. You are not limited by historical accuracies, nor are you restricted to using the races of the world we live in. Instead you have orks, elves, dwarves, cat people, or even the lock ness monster can be a race if you so desire. However, I still do think that your character’s heritage should be taken into consideration. Have their ancestors traveled from far away? Has this affected their upbringing? Is there history behind each race, and does this history affect your character? This is why I think Avatar at he Legend Of Aang is so clever. The series sets rules for itself about the races and cultures of its people, and then it respects he continuity of those rules. People of the earth kingdom are hard (if not impossible) to find in a water tribe, and the appearance/culture of each tribe is noticeably different. This is also why I think the Last Airbender movie was so criticised. In its casting process, It directly broke the racial diversity that was established for characters within the series.

TL;DR: – If racial diversity is not appropriate to your story, don’t force it (and don’t feel bad for not forcing it). If a racially diverse cast can be explored, it should be considered, and applied where appropriate.

My last point regards remakes, and how races are often changed within them. I will keep my point brief.
I understand the fact that a vast majority of media centres around a very similar type of white characters and white casting, and that this representation is not equal. But I think it’s much better to make an entirely new story, rather than just recycling old stories with a different colour scheme. Make sure the changes you are making are well considered. Realise that by changing the character, their heritage, their personalities, changes the story, you are unavoidably changing the character. Why spend time making a black Sherlock Holmes when you could spend time making a brand new black detective with his own identity. The same could be said for changing the sex of an existing character. This is what I think the movie ‘Home’ did correct. When they made ‘Home’ they didn’t just re-make ‘E.T.’ With a black main character. Instead they made it an entirely new movie, with entirely new characters, designs, concepts, setting, mood…etc. And in my opinion, that is fantastic and far more interesting/inspiring to watch.

TL;DR: I can’t speak for everyone, but I’d much rather see is an entirely new story, than see an old one that’s simply been race-bended. In my opinion, more memorable when you get something experimental and new, and it also feels more rewarding to watch. On a side note, I also respect the experimentation of a new story far more that the experimentation of a remake.

Friends & followers with an interest in representation through fiction (particularly comics), could you help me out? I’m white but many of my characters aren’t and I would appreciate being able to talk about specific characters/the process of writing them as a white person 1-on-1 with real people, to supplement my own research (which is always gonna be biased and filtered). The story is set in Australia and the main/recurring character cast includes (in addition to being Australian) Indian, Indigenous Australian, Filipino, Chinese, Pakistani, Vietnamese and Chilean characters. Australians are preferred but the story has global influences later so any input is welcome. Basically, I might show you character designs to get your feedback, ask you to beta read for a character’s behaviour, ask for recommendations of media (TV shows, movies, books, etc.) that you think are accurate (or inaccurate) representations, etc.

I don’t have money but I can compensate you for your time by offering illustrations, particularly of your own characters if you’re also a creator in need of them. (I can draw other things though too, like a portrait or fanart.) If you’re also a writer who wants feedback on writing characters with experiences you don’t have I’m happy to discuss queer & nonbinary topics.

Cupid's Arrow

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by springburn

This story is set just after Last Christmas. There is no real relationship between the Doctor and Clara, other than what has been seen in the show, they have shared a couple of hugs and some meaningful glances………

Words: 2532, Chapters: 1/1, Language: English

Series: Part 4 of Dr Who mini fics and prompts

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Like the only instance I can think of ANY of my gay characters dying is Alrek, and that happens WAY into the future, DECADES after his story is finished and it’s more to pass the mantle onto his family rather than LE TRAGIC GAY DRAMAS SO THE STR8S MAY LIVE. Everyone else survives and everyone else goes on to lead happy lives (or as happy as the story/setting will allow it tbh bc lbr none of their occupations are healthy).

and like, I know what killing off a character can do like… it can add drama and tension and weight into the story, but it gets really fucking suspicious when it’s LGBT characters or female characters.
Cupid's Arrow - springburn - Doctor Who (2005) [Archive of Our Own]
An Archive of Our Own, a project of the Organization for Transformative Works
By Organization for Transformative Works

Chapters: 1/1
Fandom: Doctor Who (2005)
Rating: General Audiences
Warnings: No Archive Warnings Apply
Relationships: Twelfth Doctor/Clara Oswin Oswald
Characters: Twelfth Doctor, Clara Oswin Oswald, Jenny Flint, Madame Vastra, Strax (Doctor Who)
Additional Tags: Love Confessions, Fluff and Angst, Humor, Drugs, Interspecies Relationship(s)
Series: Part 4 of Dr Who mini fics and prompts

This story is set just after Last Christmas. There is no real relationship between the Doctor and Clara, other than what has been seen in the show, they have shared a couple of hugs and some meaningful glances………

A bit of Sunday fluff for you……hope you enjoy!! 

anonymous asked:


Aw, nonnie, thank you. 💜💜💜

So I don’t want to give away too much, because I really am going to be submitting this to a publisher, or a million publishers, until someone wants it…

But it’s going to be a queer coming of age story set in England, and I have a little bit written, but I need to make it more of a priority.

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CSI: Beacon Hills AU.  Sheriff Stilniski heads the force and Derek’s one of his broody “lone wolf” detectives (ha!). Stiles and Scott work in the lab (when they’re not getting on Derek’s very last nerve) and Lydia’s the medical examiner. 

Scott is all dirty because Stiles somehow managed to talk him into being the one to comb through three dumpsters worth of trash looking for evidence. :D

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pop punk bands in high school
  • Green Day, Blink-182, All Time Low, Fall Out Boy, Paramore, My Chemical Romance, and Panic! At the Disco:the pop punk seniors that everyone loves (and tbh, kinda tries to emulate)
  • Twenty One Pilots, Pierce The Veil, Tonight Alive, Set It Off, As It Is, Halsey, and PVRIS:the pop punk juniors that are really up and coming and getting more and more popular everyday
  • Neck Deep, The Story So Far, State Champs, and We Are The In Crowd:the angsty and rebellious pop punk sophomores that aren't super well known by the mainstream, but are still gaining status quickly
  • All of the more underground bands that not that many people know about (pretty much any band not listed above):the pop punk freshmen that are new to the scene, but still very intriguing to everyone
  • 5sos:those fucking annoying ass teeny bopper middle schoolers that always try to hang out with you and your squad because you're friends with their sister; they try wayyyyyyy too hard to fit in with you and your friends; they're uneducated and ignorant as fuck about social justice issues and things that actually matter and they always say the most terrible things; they have no idea how the world works at all; then when they get called out they cry uncontrollably and just like that sobbing girl from Mean Girls, they don't even go here…
  • ***this can also apply to the age/grade level of the bands' fans

Over the Garden Wall Comics

The only way we could be more excited about kaboom!’s Over the Garden Wall comics is if we had anything to do with it (we didn’t). Creator Pat McHale is the writer of the four issues, Jim Campbell is the artist. The first, released today, begins the new story…

set between episodes 3 and 4 of the animated series! Wirt and Greg are trying to hitch a ride out of schooltown but end up having to walk. Soon, they come upon two girls playing, and wind up having to keep them entertained so that they don’t wake their giant of a father!

Available in comic stores and online.

Covers above (there are nine, in all) by Jim Campbell, Carey PietschSteve Wolfhard, and Michael DiMotta.


(( Collaboration with TheNamelessDoll

Nameless and I decided a while ago that we’d like to create a concept for a new Disney film. 

We wanted to go for a story based on Japanese culture and legends, and both of us really loved the concept of Yuki-Onna. She’s a character that is prevalent throughout Japanese lore, but she doesn’t seem to have a specific origin story. Yuki-Onna is portrayed in many tales as being evil and violent, yet in others she is seen as good and serene, so we decided to take some creative license and make Yuki-Onna into two separate characters. We then went on to create our own origin legend surrounding her.

The story is set in the Muromachi period of Japan. Some of the names may be familiar, since they are based off of the noble class of the time. Our intent was not to be historically accurate, but simply to draw from names and stories based on the time period and the culture.

Hope you guys enjoy it! :D ))

Disclaimer: We do not own the movies which were used to created these images. We only take credit for editing and the story. Movies used: Brother Bear II, Fantasia 2000, Grave of the Fireflies, Lilo & Stitch, Millennium Actress, Mulan I-II, Peter Pan II, Pocahontas I-II, Princess Mononoke, Wolf Children

WINTERTIDE: The tale of Yuki Onna 

(developed by TheNamlessDoll and Lettherebedoodles, written by Lettherebedoodles.)

Every Winter when the snow starts to fall, the people of Japan huddle inside their homes with their families, away from the frigid white wasteland beyond the door.

Every Winter she watches them through the frosted glass, her pale skin barely distinguished from the snow around her, her eyes glinting from behind waves of long ebony hair. It is her job to see that the snow falls, that the winter comes and resets the world, preparing for the new beginning… However, human’s don’t seem to like the cold. They dread her return, and shun her when she arrives. They fear her… she is alone.

Yuki-Onna, the snow woman.


Yuki-Onna was an ancient spirit. When she first came to be, she was the sole keeper of winter, controlling both the calm and the violence of the season. She would gently lay down snowflakes to create a beautiful frozen wonderland, then set it off in a blizzard, watching her work fly into a million pieces. She loved both the serenity and chaos of winter.

However, she began to realize that the human’s feared her. They would often get caught up in her frenzies, a dangerous situation for mortals. Yuki became increasingly lonely as the human’s drew further and further away from her frigid nature.

In a moment of anger, Yuki lashed out at the human’s who rejected her, sending an avalanche crashing down on their village. After the rage passed, the spirit was horrified by the devastation left in her wake.

Her anguish caused her to tear her soul in two, casting her dark and violent half to the earth.

Where it landed, a woman formed from the snow, coming to life to take Yuki’s place as the tumultuous nature of winter. Tsurara-Onna, the ice woman.

Yuki’s sinister half, angered by Yuki’s rejection, carried on the tasks that Yuki could not bring herself to take part in. Tsurara relished the cries of fear, she basked in the chaos. She was everything Yuki was not.

Yuki had created a monster, and she was now too timid and gentle, to combat her violent counterpart.

On stormy nights when the wind whistled through the trees, the village could hear Tsurara singing to the timid Yuki, taunting, “You are weak, but you are mine. I cannot be rid of you, so I shall keep you to myself.”  

For years, Yuki and Tsurara continued their tasks, and Tsurara made sure to destroy any glimmer of hope Yuki found. Each time a human stumbled into the forest, Tsurara was there. It took all of Yuki’s remaining strength to protect the mortals, and fend off the crazed ice spirit.

Yet, no matter how Yuki tried, the humans still feared her. They saw the two women, with their pale skin and ink black hair, as one frightening being. Thus, many isolated winters passed, until one fateful day a young girl stumbled into the forest.

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➵ Mad Max: Fury Road Movie Storyline
An apocalyptic story set in the furthest reaches of our planet, in a stark desert landscape where humanity is broken, and most everyone is crazed fighting for the necessities of life. Within this world exist two rebels on the run who just might be able to restore order. There’s Max, a man of action and a man of few words, who seeks peace of mind following the loss of his wife and child in the aftermath of the chaos. And Furiosa, a woman of action and a woman who believes her path to survival may be achieved if she can make it across the desert back to her childhood homeland.

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Release Date : 2015-05-15
Casts : Jennifer Hagan, Nathan Jones, Abbey Lee, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Courtney Eaton, Melissa Jaffer, Megan Gale, Richard Norton, Riley Keough, Hugh Keays-Byrne, Josh Helman, Zoë Kravitz, Angus Sampson, Tom Hardy, John Howard, Richard Carter, Nicholas Hoult, Charlize Theron
Duration : 120 minutes runtime
Rating : 7.8

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