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FANCASTING: Atlantis: The Lost Empire

Milo Thatch: Andrew Garfield

‘Kida’ Kidagakash: Zoe Saldana

Commander Rourke: Tommy Lee Jones

Helga Sinclair: Charlize Theron

Audrey Ramirez: Francia Raisa

Dr. Joshua Sweet: Terry Crews

‘Vinny’ Santorini: John Turturro

Gaetan ‘The Mole’: Timothy Spall

Mrs. Packard: Helen Mirren

King Kashekim Nedakh: Morgan Freeman


Time magazine: People believe The Turner Diaries was an inspiration for the Oklahoma City bombing. You had this book, right?

Timothy McVeigh: I bought the book out of the publication that advertised it as a pro-gun-rights book. That’s why I bought it; that’s why I read it. And that’s why I had other people read it. In fact, I just recently read an interview with another Army buddy who said the same thing, that Tim gave me that book and told me to ignore the parts that looked too extreme.

someone: why do people like the shepards?? theyre irrelevant, played no part in the story, were only mentioned twice, and we know nothing about them

me: anyway i love charles (curly) joseph shepard, who was born on november 19th at 2 in the morning. he smokes too much and is dyslexic and has a short temper. his shoulders are broad and by 18 hes taller than his older brother, timothy (tim) andrew shepard, who is older by 2 years and who, by the way, is left handed. theyre very protective over their youngest sibling, angela (angie/angel) rose shepard, who is 1 year younger than curly and 3 years younger than tim. shes witty and talks too loud. they all hate seafood. they

Sherlock Special

So, I just watched the new Sherlock special : The Abominable Bride. And then I saw this scene.

and then it’s like a wedding of Sherlock Holmes.

“We are gathered together here to unite this groom and this bride in the bonds of matrimony.”

To Groom:  Do you take this bride to be your lawfully wedded wife?

To Bride:  Do you take this man to be your lawfully wedded husband?

By the authority vested in me by the State of Sheriarty I now pronounce you husband and wife.

I’m sorry, I can’t help myself.

Spectre’s Andrew Scott joins legal drama Denial

With Rachel Weisz, Tom Wilkinson and Timothy Spall leading the cast, legal drama Denial is now shooting, but has found room for Spectre and Sherlock’s Andrew Scott.

Though we normally expect to find him as a wrong ‘un these days (he was one of the main antagonists, besides the title character’s ego in Victor Frankenstein too), Scott this time will be a solicitor named Anthony Julius.

Adapted by David Hare from Deborah E. Lipstadt’s book History On Trial: My Day In Court With A Holocaust Denier, the film will find Lipstadt (Weisz) fighting a legal battle for truth against David Irving (Wilkinson), who sued her for libel when she labelled him a holocaust denier. It was up to Lipstadt and her team to prove the vital legal truth that the Holocaust was a real event.

Mick Jackson is directing the film now in London with Caren Pistorious, Jack Lowden, Alex Jennings and Harriet Walter in the cast. While Scott won’t show up in the Victorian times Sherlock special on New Year’s Day (unless the gang is being really sneaky), but he will be seen in the new Swallows And Amazons and Alice Through The Looking Glass, the latter of which lands here on May 26.

James White.


Queen Elizabeth, the Duke of Edinburgh, various members of the British Royal family, as well as King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima of the Netherlands attend the annual Remembrance Sunday Service at the Cenotaph on Whitehall | November 8, 2015