vanishing explorers

anonymous asked:

I have this headcanon that baby zora in botw are born as live young, with bodies and are not just tadpoles from eggs. But their legs and arms are so short and they've got round chubby baby bodies that they waddle like penguins when they first learn to walk. Before that they get carried like a sack of potatoes and swim like fat gold fish. Mipha and her father freak the fuck out when baby Sidon starts walking and just vanishes at random moments exploring where ever his stubby feet can take him.

Now imagine if Link and Mipha got married and had kids. Link is constantly chasing them down because these fat potato fish babies fuck off in any direction the moment he glances away for even a second.

lol omg, sorry this took me so long to answer, this is cute af tho.

‘Lost City of Z’ Finds Gold In a Crowded Indie Box Office Weekend

While “The Fate of the Furious” grabbed all the mainstream attention this Easter weekend, art house moviegoers had a huge number of new releases vying for their attention.

The most prominent of these releases was Amazon Studios’ and Bleecker Street’s “The Lost City of Z,” which stars Charlie Hunnam as Percy Fawcett, the British explorer who vanished without a trace during the 1920s while searching for an ancient lost city in the Amazon. Directed by James Gray and also starring Robert Pattinson and Sienna Miller, the film made $112,633 from four screens to earn the highest per-screen average of the weekend with $28,158. The film currently sports an 88 percent rating on Rotten Tomatoes.

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source: http://www.thewrap.com/lost-city-of-z-indie-box-office-weekend/

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THE LOST CITY OF Z had the best PTA of all films in release

It debuted with $28,158 per screen in 4 theaters, $112k total. What this means is that The Lost City of Z attracted more people per theater than any other film in release, including The Fast & the Furious (of course F&F was on many more screens so it was seen by more people, but such a high per screen average is a good sign for a long run when TLCOZ expands this weekend). 

The Wrap analysis: While “The Fate of the Furious” grabbed all the mainstream attention this Easter weekend, art house moviegoers had a huge number of new releases vying for their attention.The most prominent of these releases was Amazon Studios’ and Bleecker Street’s “The Lost City of Z,” … about a British explorer who vanished without a trace during the 1920s while searching for an ancient lost city in the Amazon.

Directed by James Gray starring Charlie Hunnam, Robert Pattinson, Tom Holland and Sienna Miller, the film made $112,633 from four screens to earn the highest per-screen average of the weekend with $28,158. The film currently sports an 88 percent rating on Rotten Tomatoes.

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Bennington Triangle

Between the years 1920 to 1950, at least 10 people vanished while out exploring the mountains of Vermont. Experts are calling the wooded area where they were last seen, ‘The Bennington Triangle’ and, for years, the forest has been considered haunted by many locals. Before them, Native Americans would not venture into the area and reported that it had an “evil force”.

There have been no recent disappearances, but explorers have reported sightings of ghosts, disembodied voices and a creature that looks like Bigfoot.

What happened to those lost in the forest remains a mystery, as none of the missing victims have ever been found. Some experts in the paranormal say that this forest is one of many portals to another dimension, while skeptics like to believe that the explorers simply got lost and starved to death.

TVLine’s Fall TV Spoilers 2014: Exclusive Scoop On Castle

Unless you’ve been vacationing under a rock, you know this much about the season-ending inferno which a distraught Kate laid witness to: Rick was not in the car. As the how/why/who of that misdirect/Rick’s vanishing is explored over the first run of episodes, showrunner David Amann says the shocking truth will not tear “Caskett” apart but “make them stronger.” It also will crack open a brand-new, overdue chapter in our title character’s backstory. “We’ve been conscious for a while of wanting to dig a little more deeply into Castle, but we also felt like there was the mythology of Beckett[’s mother’s murder] to resolve,” Amann explains. “Now that it has been, we have some ‘real estate’ in which we can explore Castle without it being in competition with things going on in Beckett’s backstory.”

BONUS SPOILER | Series creator Andrew W. Marlowe notes that although Senator Bracken is now paying the piper for his role in Johanna Beckett’s aforementioned offing, “We still have two [pieces of mythology] very much in play” – 3XK and/or his disciples, and spy daddy Jackson Hunt.

RETURN DATE | Monday, Sept. 29 at 10/9c (ABC)

Fall TV Spoilers 2014 - CASTLE

Unless you’ve been vacationing under a rock, you know this much about the season-ending inferno which a distraught Kate laid witness to: Rick was not in the car. As the how/why/who of that misdirect/Rick’s vanishing is explored over the first run of episodes, showrunner David Amann says the shocking truth will not tear “Caskett” apart but “make them stronger.” It also will crack open a brand-new, overdue chapter in our title character’s backstory. “We’ve been conscious for a while of wanting to dig a little more deeply into Castle, but we also felt like there was the mythology of Beckett[’s mother’s murder] to resolve,” Amann explains. “Now that it has been, we have some ‘real estate’ in which we can explore Castle without it being in competition with things going on in Beckett’s backstory.”

BONUS SPOILER | Series creator Andrew W. Marlowe notes that although Senator Bracken is now paying the piper for his role in Johanna Beckett’s aforementioned offing, “We still have two [pieces of mythology] very much in play” – 3XK and/or his disciples, and spy daddy Jackson Hunt.

RETURN DATE | Monday, Sept. 29 at 10/9c (ABC)