Emily VanCamp interview on Revenge ending and future.

ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: What was it like filming your final scene? Did you know by then that it would be your last one for the show?
EMILY VANCAMP: My last scene was with Gabriel [Mann] and Nick [Wechsler], and they’re two of my very, very close friends. At that point we weren’t completely sure, which is kind of a bummer because it would have been nice to know that we were playing these characters for the last time—they’re so special to us. But at the same time, it’s almost nice that we didn’t know because it would have been almost unbearable to get through.

What were your thoughts when you heard this would be the series finale?
Well, it had been talked about a lot over the course of this season because we all knew, at a certain point, [Emily] has to get her revenge. So it was always a discussion as to how many episodes we could actually draw out of this story without disrespecting the fans and drawing it out so long that it becomes uninteresting, you know?

I think we did a really fantastic job of wrapping up the story within four seasons, and it just sort of felt like, well, if we come back, it’s going to have to be something totally different. I’m kind of happy that ABC allowed us to end this thing without keeping us in limbo. It’s a much nicer way to end.

So four seasons felt like enough?
Four years is a wonderful amount of time to do a TV show. Four’s been my lucky number: [I did] four seasons of Everwood, of Brothers & Sisters, of Revenge. You don’t have time to get sick of it, but you get to really flesh out these characters and develop them over a long period of time. I was always really happy with four.

What did you and the cast do when you found out? Did you call up Gabriel and Nick?
Oh yeah, we have several group feeds going, so you know, sending pictures of seasons 1, 2, and 3 back and forth. I think Gabriel sent 20 pictures to us. [Laughs] We were definitely going through the emotions of it all, but I think it’s bittersweet.

Do you think the finale will provide closure for fans?
Yeah, I do. I’ll put it this way: I think they’ll be satisfied. I think a couple of things happen that they’ve been waiting for for a long time. In the grand scheme of Revenge, I feel like we exhausted all of the different story possibilties. I think we’re ending in a good place, and I think it’s time to move on, as sad as that is.

A lot of story has been packed into four seasons. Do you have a favorite plot twist?
[Emily’s] dad returning was one of the fun ones. She’s been fighting to avenge her father’s death for all of these years, and then there he is, so navigating that relationship was very tricky but really fun. I was really inspired by James Tupper, who plays my father, because he brought this new energy, and we talked at length about what that relationship means.

What about a favourite memory from set?
We had some really fun beach days. When it was still kind of like the original core group, I remember I felt like a kid again. Like, how lucky am I to show up to work and have it feel so great and have so much fun? To this day, I feel so grateful, too, I love every day. But I remember that first season, it was so exciting, you know? The show was very well-received, we were super energized, and there were some days from that season I will especially look back on probably forever. They were just “pinch me” moments.

Did you take any souvenirs?
You know what I think I would take, now that I know it’s done, is the infinity carving on the porch. I don’t want to take anything huge, but that to me was very symbolic of the show, and what it was all about.

What are you working on next?
I’m actually heading to start filming [Captain America: Civil War] next week. I can’t tell you where, when, how—I don’t want to get in trouble! [Laughs] But I’m really excited about it. It’s going to be fun, it’s gonna be pretty epic.

Speaking of epic, I hope you’re still okay with going to the Hamptons after shooting four years of Revenge.
I know, right? To this day, I’ve only been to the Hamptons once, for one day, which is hilarious to me, because we film in LA. So yeah, I’m definitely going to always have a different perspective of what the Hamptons is than anybody else, I think.

Right, I’m just imagining you going there and immediately being on your guard.
I know, I feel like inevitably I’m going to have to watch my back.

Emily VanCamp’s sweet Revenge - Entertainment Weekly 

Owen Recommend Now on Netflix Streaming. I love werewolf movies, but there aren’t a lot of good ones. Late Phases is a good one. I will be the first to admit not everything in this film lands, but they fucking go for it and it is infectious. No CG at all, they go full practical effects and that is to be applauded. Yes, the werewolf suit looks a little goofy and bat-like and I wish they would have kept them to the shadows, but they keep it to a minimum. The acting from the leads was surprisingly strong. You can tell none of these actors felt the material was below them. That said, there are two awful performances, one is kind of a bummer, but there are silver bullets and a shotgun shells. A werewolf head explodes and there is actual character work, what more do you want??

One last chance (zayn malik) (requested)

A/N: just wanted to say that if you´re in a relationship with someone who says things like this, you don´t have to stick around and accept it, be strong friends xx

I felt my racing heart slowly starting to decrease in rapid thudding as I pushed the key into the lock and twisted it harshly, before throwing myself into the hallway. I sighed heavily as I stumbled out of my high heels and swung my leather jacket off of my shoulders, a disheveled Zayn following behind. Tonight was supposed to be our first cozy date night in while, however it was quickly interrupted by hoards of paparazzi, causing Zayn to turn very annoyed, and me, very anxious. 

“Well that was kind of a bummer” I softly stated, clearly sensing how frustrated my boyfriend was. Zayn murmured something inaudible, before trotting over to one of the kitchen cupboards, taking out a wine glass. I sighed again, before gently approaching the dining room table and sliding down on a chair next to Zayn.

“What´s making you so upset Zayn”? I suddenly questioned, annoyed that he was making such a big deal out of a still somewhat frequently occurring thing. “I mean it´s just the paparazzi” I softly added. “You don´t get it do you”?Zayn started coldly, lifting his bloodshot gaze to meet mine. “The paparazzi`s not the fucking problem, you are” he snapped, his angry eyes burning into mine.

“I´m sorry what”? I exclaimed, trying to keep my voice somewhat calm, feeling blood flowing towards my upper body where my heart was racing, leaving my feet cold. “Dealing with the paps, wouldn´t be half as hard if it wasn´t for your stupid fucking anxiety” he spat, still looking at me with the same furious expression. 

I tore my gaze away from him, too ashamed to look him in the eyes. There had been a certain amount of tension between the two of us lately, as well as loads and loads of meaningless fights, however, I had chalked it up to Zayn being overworked and it all being a stage in our relationship. Never had I thought this was how Zayn felt. “You really need to start doing something about it Y/N, cause honestly it´s driving me insane to watch it”. he added, making me squirm as tears clouded my vision.

“It drives you insane”!? I yelled, suddenly feeling the anger overpower the sadness. “Do you have any idea how fucking terrible it feels to have it”? I exclaimed, storming out of the kitchen as I felt my voice cracking. “You selfish ass” I added before turning my heel and storming up the stairs. Once I´d shut the door behind me, I instantly threw my shaky body onto the bed, tucking my knees up to my chest. I stayed in that position, crying for what felt like hours.

Just as I was about to move from my curled up position to go and fix my beyond words smudged make up, I could hear footsteps approaching the dimly lit room. I quickly returned to my spot on the bed, avoiding Zayn´s gaze at all costs as he entered the room. “Baby girl I´m so sorry” he breathed, voice sounding broken, making me tear up again. “I swear I didn´t mean any of that, it just hurts me so much to see you struggling, when I´m not doing too well with everything myself” Zayn rambled, looking at me pleadingly. “I guess I understand that” I replied, slowly locking eyes with him.

 “Y/N I love you… I can´t go on fighting with you like this” he let out, sitting down and placing a hand on my trembling knee. “I love you too” I replied, blinking back some stubborn remaining tears. Zayn shot me a small closed mouth smile, leaning in go peck me twice, before pulling me against his chest, clinging to me in a way that was making me realize how much he truly needed me. And I needed him too, we just needed to find a balance, and I was wiling to give it everything because this complicated, crazy love, is something I´m not going to give up, no matter how big the struggle.

You know that stupid voice in your head, the one who makes you think uncool things about yourself?

Yeah, mine won’t shut the fuck up today. It’s kind of a bummer and I’d like it to stop now, thx.

anonymous asked:

If you're so bored why don't you go crash some of those parties and sporting events Mario puts on? I heard that's what Bowser did and now they invite him just to try get him to act civil, so maybe that'll work for you too?

But I already do! I’ve crashed every single one! … Sort of. Before each game is made I always make a point of locking one of the contestants in a closet and transforming into them, taking their place. The problem is that I’m so good at impersonating people (it helps that none of them actually need to speak) that no one ever realizes that it’s actually me. It’s kind of a bummer, but if I make myself too obvious the developers of the game will just kick me out. It sucks, but it’s beats sitting in a bar like Grubba whining to Jack Daniels about how he should be a returning antagonist.

I actually have a picture of me from my latest appearance in Mario Party 10. I think they really got my good side, yuk yuk yuk!

bobbyprom asked:

yea! they should ask!

Haha, yeah i totally figured as much. but it’s not like they’re using it for commercial purposes or anything. I’m flattered that they liked it enough to make it their main pic but I’m just kind of like “awe, bummer :( I wish they had taken a few minutes to write me real quick to ask if it was cool” you know? 



spiffymuffin asked:

hey friend I just wanted to let you know that the dude in that avengers gifset is alex day, gross youtuber and (admitted) rapist and abuser. if you haven't really heard about him you can go to my alex day tag which has posts about various allegations, as well as one that has compiled everything from the past yearish

Oh man, I didn’t know that. That’s a bummer, especially since he makes a good point. I’ll def delete the post tho! That’s not the kind of person I want to have on my blog either way

anonymous asked:

is there anything you disliked about age of ultron

quicksilver getting killed by bullets. But I know in an earlier scene he was shot in the arm by one to set up the death scene and whedon stated in an interview that he was as fast, if not faster, than a bullet, so he definitely made sure it would be plausible to a casual audience. I just don’t see how he got so riddled with bullets when hawkeye and the kid were without a scratch, that seemed a tad sloppy. 

Whedon’s quicksilver is not as fast as singers quicksilver..which is kind of a bummer. But I doubt quicksilver will stay dead forever..too many options of bringing him back. I bet by the end of infinity war part 1 he’ll show up and say “you didn’t see that coming?” haha

A few thoughts on Big Eyes: This movie made me really uncomfortable, but I think it was successful for that reason. I never would have guessed it was a Tim Burton film if I hadn’t known before going into it though. (I’m glad he managed to make a good film again, but at the same time really miss that fantastical side of things.) Amy Adams and Christoph Waltz’ characters were incredible, really incredible, but once you stepped back from their characters the others were way underdeveloped, which was kind of a bummer. Definitely a movie to see, but not one that I want to view more than once. 

(And for some reason this photo at the end made me sob. I just couldn’t believe that beautiful woman actually went through all of that.) 

I spend almost one hour doing this post because I just love how pretty all of us are during that day.  Printed out the picture using the regular printer and use all the washi tapes I have here in Kajang. Because I accidentally left all my washi tapes collection at home. Bummer. 

Feels proud of myself although it’s not pretty like anyone else and it looks some kind of messy. 

Anyway, I should be practising my mandarin since tomorrow I have a speaking test! 

Day 7: a dissapointment

Well, I weighed myself today and I found out I didn’t lose any weight :/ kind of a bummer cause I thought I was doing really well, but maybe it’ll just take more time than a week to actually see a number change. Also, since I’m lifting in addition to cutting calories (at least the extra ones, anyway) I might be building muscle to compensate for some of those calories but still…

Oh well. I’ll just have to try even harder during these next 7 days. Today was cheat day BTW, so I had some treats and some pizza tonight. I didn’t enjoy it as much as I thought I would, so that’s kinda motivation to not cheat these next couple of days and just continue my good nutrition.

Just gotta keep going, gotta earn it

anonymous asked:

Are Aries males typically kind of..wimpy? Im a gemini dating one (it's a recent thing) and I find him sometimes dwelling or talking about how depressing his life is. It's kind of a bummer cause I'm really enjoying life right now and kind of just want to have fun..

I can definitely see Aries being a little self-pitying, they tend to get moody sometimes but it’ll probably pass pretty quickly unless he’s actually going through some stuff, in which case he should maybe find someone qualified to talk to

anonymous asked:

hey would you please consider tagging your bootleg posts with 'hedwig spoilers'. Some of us aren't seeing the show until the end of his run and it's kind of a bummer to see caps being posted without some kind of tags. Some people already started tagging 'hedwig spoilers' so that might be a good one to go with that would be super helpful.

I will try. I find it difficult to remember but I will do the best I can.

Visiting Toledo (not the one in Ohio!)

I thought pretty carefully about whether or not to take one of my four available Madrid days to visit Toledo, a popular local tourist trip. In the end, after checking off pretty much all of my must-dos in Madrid, I opted to go for it, but I’m not sure it was the right decision in the end.

In an effort to save a few Euros, I took the 45-minute direct bus instead of the AVE high-speed train. It was easy and perfectly adequate (though for some reason tortuously hot on the return trip) but it was kind of a bummer to miss out on the fun of Spain’s excellent train system. The Spanish AVE isn’t as fast as Japan’s bullet train, but I very much enjoyed it traveling from Barcelona to Valencia and Girona last year.

Toledo is a historic walled city largely known for significance to Christians, Jews, and Muslims all at once about 800 years ago. Like most of Europe, there are cathedrals everywhere, but Toledo also preserved a couple of synagogues and some other relics of Jewish life. This is in contrast to other Spanish Jewish historical centers like Barcelona, Girona, or Sagunto, where nary a trace of this once-rich life exists anymore.

Visiting one of the synagogues, which also housed the Sephardic Museum, was a decent experience, but nothing special. Some artwork and basic architecture has been maintained, but it’s not nearly as intact as some of the synagogues I’ve seen in places like Prague or Budapest or Rome - though to be fair, those places have hosted large Jewish communities much more recently, whereas Spain’s was basically wiped out in the 15th century and never returned in force.

Besides the synagogue, I enjoyed wandering the streets. Oddly, Toledo was and still is also known as a premier place to buy swords and other medieval armor. So lots of that stuff was on sale along with the typical tourist fare and extremely pricy and average food.

Here are some things that bothered me about Toledo. In the historic main square, you can now find a McDonald’s and a Burger King. The alleyways and streets are made of polished stone and cobblestone, but there’s way too much vehicular traffic, and cars line the ancient walls drivers park them in any available open space. It really mars the historic effect. And, though this may be an unfair criticism, there were just too many tourists. It all felt very commercialized and sterilized. Visiting Girona was a much more fulfilling experience all around.

So, in the end, not the best day out of the four, but at least I didn’t feel like I had sacrificed a day in Madrid for the visit.

Different Ways

It would be nice to start my own YouTube channel. It would be a channel where I would be able to transfer most of my blogs from here and add it over to the video world. It sometimes scares me when I think about who would possibly be watching and what they possibly could be thinking. I would just be another drop in an ocean full of people who do the same things just as me, so no one would be able to really know who I am and what I believe. Its kind of a bummer really because I enjoy it when people read my blogs, so I would enjoy it even more if they saw me on camera. I enjoy expressing myself and being behind the camera. When I first did my photo-shoot, I was a bit shy at first, but later on my personality opened up to be this quirky and spiritual girl who had no shame in the silliness she did. And if you really knew me, then you would already know I am that kind of person. I hope to do many hobbies that will make many people to feel inspired to try new activities and find different ways to find themselves by attempting various acts that will lead happiness.