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LoserRaeken Masterlist

Teen Wolf

fluff

*Coming soon

**Smut


Isaac Lahey

The Assistant Series AU*

Chapter One- Mr.Lahey

Chapter Two- Late Night’s

Chapter Three- A Date*

Chapter Four-Cheater*

Chapter Five- Back To Beacon Hills*


Theo Raeken

Alphas Series AU*

Chapter One- Senior Year

Chapter Two- Why Is He In Your Bed

Chapter Three- Kisses

Chapter Four- A Date

Chapter Five- Girlfriend and Movies

Chapter Six- IDFC

Chapter Seven-War Of Hearts

Chapter Eight- Hold On

Chapter Nine- Paris

Theo Raeken

Alphas Series AU*

Chapter One- Senior Year

Chapter Two- Why Is He In Your Bed

Chapter Three- Kisses

Chapter Four- A Date

Chapter Five- Girlfriend and Movies

Chapter Six- IDFC

Chapter Seven-War Of Hearts

Chapter Eight- Hold On

Chapter Nine- Paris

The Contract Series AU* 

Chapter One- Marry Me

Chapter Two- Vegas Baby

Chapter Three- Mr & Mrs Raeken

Chapter Four- Honeymoon

Chapter Five- Versace*


Wet Dreams**

Pure Innocence** 

Pleasure**

Falling for you

Find my way back to you

The Princess and The Frat Boy

Heart of gold




Liam Dunbar

You have a key?**



Gabe

Saturday



Nolan Holloway

Baby Blue Eyes

Fangs




Cody Christian

Daddy **



Froy Gutierrez

ew.com
Darren Criss: From a Warbler on 'Glee' to a Killer in 'The Assassination of Gianni Versace'
‘I am up for the challenge. There’s zero anxiety.’

June 23, 2017

By Tim Stack

Ryan Murphy was adamant that Darren Criss — best known for his five seasons on Murphy’s Glee as sweet, bow-tied Blaine — play the Andrew Cunanan, the twisted serial killer in The Assassination of Gianni Versace. A Talented Mr. Ripley-type character, Cunanan charmed his way into wealthy circles before his violent break; he’s far from a one-note monster.

It’s unquestionably the biggest and most challenging role of Criss’ career so far. “Actors are only as good as the parts they get. You can only be as good as those moments you get,” Criss says. “This is one of those ship-coming-in moments where Ryan has really given me this massive opportunity, and I’d like to think I am up for the challenge. There’s zero anxiety.”

It’s a definite about-face from the squeaky clean Blaine, but Criss says he treats all roles with equal intensity. “I don’t like quantifying one [role is] harder or easier or funner or more significant than other characters,” says the 30-year-old. “Blaine, by comparison, could be put into a cartoonish box. The very patter of Glee exists in a different world than the one we’re dealing with. But all the same, I treat that silly hairdo and the clothes he wore and the way that he spoke and the things he believed in with the same currency that I treat someone like Andrew, who was a real person and had real friends and family/”

To sell his creative team on his vision, Murphy sent Smith and executive producer Brad Simpson to see Criss in the touring production of Hedwig and the Angry Inch. “Once every night he jumps into somebody’s lap and makes out with them,” says Simpson. “In the middle of the show, he jumps in the audience and rips my glasses off and makes out with me. It was very charming and a very Cunanan thing to do, to be a little devilish. Cunanan charmed people and then turned them off. We’re talking about a serial killer people liked.” Criss jokes: “I casting-couched the s— outta that! In my defense, I didn’t know it was Brad Simpson. I’m glad I didn’t know.”


To read more on The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story, pick up the new issue of Entertainment Weekly on stands Friday

anonymous asked:

I have seen some racism denial in my time, but the amount of excusing flipping and dodging in the case of pewdiepie by his cis white male audience would put cirque du soleil to shame. Like I have never seen such a reach to say how hes not racist/how white men are the most oppressed/how sjws are the "new nazis", no parody would do this shit justice. Trust white people, especially privileged white boys to be the loudest to scream about their non-oppression.

SPEAKING OF: check out this ugly white boy who calls himself an “internet gangster”, uses AAVE in a forced, weird, white boy way, tell Jay Versace, a black man, and other black people, to feel about that Nazi saying the N-word.

- Jess

ew.com
Darren Criss: From a Warbler on 'Glee' to a Killer in 'The Assassination of Gianni Versace'
‘I am up for the challenge. There’s zero anxiety.’

Ryan Murphy was adamant that Darren Criss — best known for his five seasons on Murphy’s Glee as sweet, bow-tied Blaine — play the Andrew Cunanan, the twisted serial killer in The Assassination of Gianni Versace. A Talented Mr. Ripley-type character, Cunanan charmed his way into wealthy circles before his violent break; he’s far from a one-note monster.

It’s unquestionably the biggest and most challenging role of Criss’ career so far. “Actors are only as good as the parts they get. You can only be as good as those moments you get,” Criss says. “This is one of those ship-coming-in moments where Ryan has really given me this massive opportunity, and I’d like to think I am up for the challenge. There’s zero anxiety.”

It’s a definite about-face from the squeaky clean Blaine, but Criss says he treats all roles with equal intensity. “I don’t like quantifying one [role is] harder or easier or funner or more significant than other characters,” says the 30-year-old. “Blaine, by comparison, could be put into a cartoonish box. The very patter of Glee exists in a different world than the one we’re dealing with. But all the same, I treat that silly hairdo and the clothes he wore and the way that he spoke and the things he believed in with the same currency that I treat someone like Andrew, who was a real person and had real friends and family.”

To sell his creative team on his vision, Murphy sent Smith and executive producer Brad Simpson to see Criss in the touring production of Hedwig and the Angry Inch. “Once every night he jumps into somebody’s lap and makes out with them,” says Simpson. “In the middle of the show, he jumps in the audience and rips my glasses off and makes out with me. It was very charming and a very Cunanan thing to do, to be a little devilish. Cunanan charmed people and then turned them off. We’re talking about a serial killer people liked.” Criss jokes: “I casting-couched the s— outta that! In my defense, I didn’t know it was Brad Simpson. I’m glad I didn’t know.”

ew.com
Darren Criss: From a Warbler on 'Glee' to a Killer in 'The Assassination of Gianni Versace'
‘I am up for the challenge. There’s zero anxiety.’

Ryan Murphy was adamant that Darren Criss — best known for his five seasons on Murphy’s Glee as sweet, bow-tied Blaine — play the Andrew Cunanan, the twisted serial killer inThe Assassination of Gianni Versace. A Talented Mr. Ripley-type character, Cunanan charmed his way into wealthy circles before his violent break; he’s far from a one-note monster.

It’s unquestionably the biggest and most challenging role of Criss’ career so far. “Actors are only as good as the parts they get. You can only be as good as those moments you get,” Criss says. “This is one of those ship-coming-in moments where Ryan has really given me this massive opportunity, and I’d like to think I am up for the challenge. There’s zero anxiety.”

It’s a definite about-face from the squeaky clean Blaine, but Criss says he treats all roles with equal intensity. “I don’t like quantifying one [role is] harder or easier or funner or more significant than other characters,” says the 30-year-old. “Blaine, by comparison, could be put into a cartoonish box. The very patter of Glee exists in a different world than the one we’re dealing with. But all the same, I treat that silly hairdo and the clothes he wore and the way that he spoke and the things he believed in with the same currency that I treat someone like Andrew, who was a real person and had real friends and family.”

To sell his creative team on his vision, Murphy sent Smith and executive producer Brad Simpson to see Criss in the touring production of Hedwig and the Angry Inch. “Once every night he jumps into somebody’s lap and makes out with them,” says Simpson. “In the middle of the show, he jumps in the audience and rips my glasses off and makes out with me. It was very charming and a very Cunanan thing to do, to be a little devilish. Cunanan charmed people and then turned them off. We’re talking about a serial killer people liked.” Criss jokes: “I casting-couched the s— outta that! In my defense, I didn’t know it was Brad Simpson. I’m glad I didn’t know.”

dailymail.co.uk
Serena Williams wears Versace couture and NIKES at wedding rehearsal
The bride-to-be, 36, was joined by a select group of family and friends at the bevent, held at Emeril Lagasse's new eatery Meril, where she and A;lexis Ohanian paid double to rent venue.
  • Serena Williams wore a Versace couture gown to her rehearsal dinner on Wednesday night in New Orleans
  • The tennis star, 36, will wed millionaire Reddit founder Alexis Ohanian, 34, at The Contemporary Art Center in New Orleans on Thursday
  • She paired the dress with white wedge-heeled Nikes, with the greatest female athlete of all time seen in her sneakers as she left the venue after midnight
  • After dining at Emeil Lagasse’s new restaurant Meril, Serena, the female members of her family and nephew Jair headed back to her $1.6m rental home
  • A very generous Serena and Ohanian paid Meril the amount it would make in an evening plus the cost of their party when renting out the venue