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Throwback Sunday - Jack talking about the channel (shortly after reaching 250k subs) and his fears of ending up getting lazy and not doing the best he could.

It’s funny to see how this fear has always been there but has never stopped him from putting all his energy into his work. If anything, it has made him stronger and more motivated, I think! And I really don’t think he’s messed it all up at all :D

(from “Thank You for All Your Support!”)

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God sighed, abandoning Earth. It was a mistake to make the dominant species an omnivore. There were so many more planets to try, though, and it wasn’t worth the effort to flood this one again. Perhaps in a billion years, as their sun changed from yellow to red, it would be wise to revisit and see how they had done? God lied to himself and said she’d do exactly that, disappearing.

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Throwback Sunday: Jack nervously starting his first solo panel and being blown away by how many people showed up. He then killed it at the panel like a real Boss :D

I still remember being surprised at how humbly he was at the panel and how he did not take that many people for granted. I’m really looking forward to the next solo panels, tours, live shows. :D

(from the JSE Panel at PAX West, September 2016)

Side by side Sunday. I’m currently drowning in this outfit I wore in June of 2015.

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ARTE Documentary on Cheek by Jowl’s Cymbeline PART2

A documentary by ZADIG productions made for French TV station ARTE. The documentary features interviews with Declan Donnellan, Nick Ormerod and members of the Cymbeline cast including Gwendoline Christie, Ryan Ellsworth, Tom Hiddleston and Jodie McNee

Tom Hiddleston talking about his characters, singing and dancing like he’s in a boy band. This stuff is golden!

Part 1

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ARTE Documentary on Cheek by Jowl’s Cymbeline PART1

A documentary by ZADIG productions made for French TV station ARTE. The documentary features interviews with Declan Donnellan, Nick Ormerod and members of the Cymbeline cast including Gwendoline Christie, Ryan Ellsworth, Tom Hiddleston and Jodie McNee

The magic of Shakespeare, and Baby Hiddles in his theatre days.

Part 2