well...the point was to show faithfulness

Okay, but the trailer clearly shows that Wonder Woman, the symbol for truth and righteousness, has lost all faith of our world after seeing the ugliness of war.

She saw the darkness in the world, and lost all faith in man. Until superman brought it back.

The fact that Clark acts as a Catalyst for hope for the trinity, heck, the whole DCEU universe, and how all the movies have lead to this point, honestly reminds us how well developed the whole DCEU is.

You know what amazing show gets kind of ignored?

Dollhouse. Dollhouse is so damn good and so many actors do such amazing work on it but nobody seems to ever talk about it.

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Dichen Lachman gives a ton of flawless performances (I say a ton because she basically plays several parts)

As does Enver Gjokaj.

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Amy Acker, who is amazing in everything I’ve ever seen her in, has what is perhaps my favorite role of hers here. 

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Fran Kranz became one of my favorite male actors with this show and Cabin In the Woods. He plays a “sociopath in a sweater vest” and oh does he ever do it well. 

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Olivia Williams plays the head of the LA Dollhouse, and is she EVER a force to be reckoned with.

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You may have noticed that I haven’t talked about Eliza Dushku, the lead. Now I LOVE Eliza Dushku. I’m more than a little bit obsessed with Faith Lehane. But she is not the high point of this show. If only because the other actors are SO DAMN GOOD. 

Things you should know before getting into this show:

It starts slowly. FOX wanted them to make the first several episodes pilots, so you go over the same things over and over. By the time you get to episode 6 things really start moving.

For the second season, they knew they were going to be cancelled, so they shoved several seasons of material into one. The result is a wild, wild ride. 

I’d put a trigger warning for rape on the whole show.

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“… Is ‘mercy’ so powerful…? Even if you gain no LV? I don’t want to be weak, Frisk. I don’t us to be hurt. No more, not anymore. Show me your way, then. Prove to me… that you can win the game with mercy.”

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Aaaaand cue REDEMPTION RUN, where Chara learns the meaning of M E R C Y and their soul can rest in peace, rather than being corrupted, and you atone for your sins by making everyone happy. Be a good kid, okay?

Phew, well, this was an adventure :D Hope you all enjoyed the comic!

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Jimin’s ideal type

Look at this fkn gif. This is just my opinion on this, and it might not be true! xx


  • A teeny tiny human being okay. He needs a confidence boost.
  • Literally one of the kindest people on this earth.
  • Glasses and way too big sweaters.
  • Make-up always on point.
  • Can read him like an open book. 
  • Kind of dependent on him.
  • Very supporting and cheerful.
  • Also has a lot of faith in him, and lets him know that.
  • Cuddly, but won’t mind him being shy about PDA.
  • Will help him prank the other members.
  • And prank him sometimes as well. But nice pranks.
  • A very sweet and soft-spoken person, with the ability of being very sassy.
  • Slightly perverted, but will only show that side to him. 
  • Down for long roadtrips when he’s got the time.
  • Never hesitates to help him with whatever.
  • Trusts him completely, and lets him know that he can do the same.
  • Will always let him be the big spoon.
  • No jealousy in sight.

Maybe [Scorpius] shouldn’t be surprised, after meeting [Rose’s] mother, who Father privately told him was, at school, ‘a complete know-it-all, and a goody-two-shoes, besides’.
But the thing is, all accounts say that Father was a complete know-it-all, and a goody-two-shoes besides, as well, so. - (want blood, guts, and by @takeupserpents)

i think it’s important to bring up this point about draco’s character. there’s a tendency, particularly in fandom, to paint draco as this too-cool-for-school badass who’s breaking all of the rules. in reality, draco has always had complete faith in the system and its laws. in first year, he 100% believes the best way to scare harry potter is to get him into detention with mcgonagall. he tricks harry into thinking they’re going to have an after-hours duel, then doesn’t show up because he knows he’ll get in trouble, too. in third year, he wants hagrid and buckbeak to go to a hearing before the school board, instead of simply exacting revenge for his arm on his own (as harry would have done). in fifth year, he is the leader of the ministry-sanctioned inquisitorial squad and a dumbledore-approved prefect.

draco consistently acts this way through the series, up until sixth year, when he’s suddenly become very involved in an underground terrorist group. the task voldemort asks him to complete is extremely specific - kill albus dumbledore. dumbledore is perhaps the most omnipresent authority figure in the whole series. draco cannot do it, even under threat of his own death. it’s especially symbolic when you think about how the malfoys have, for generations, maintained a certain image within the ministry - because they 1- can pay people off and 2- know enough to not piss off the important people in charge. draco malfoy is a stickler for rules and laws, and that’s something that can’t be said for harry & co. 

theverge.com
Ava DuVernay is the first woman of color to direct a $100 million blockbuster
Selma director Ava DuVernay is set to break a major milestone: she will become the first woman of color to direct blockbuster movie with a budget of at least $100 million when she gets behind the camera for her upcoming film, A Wrinkle in Time.
By Andrew Liptak

“DuVernay joined the production earlier this year, and in doing so, became one of a select group of filmmakers, ones who directed a major movie with a budget in excess of nine figures. According to the LA Times, she’s also part of two much smaller groups: women who have directed a film of that scale, as well as directors of color.

The milestone is a notable one: it demonstrates the faith a studio has in its director, and puts DuVernay’s name before a wide audience. The film will be written by Frozen co-director Jennifer Lee and will star Oprah Winfrey. Winfrey is an executive producer for DuVernay’s OWN show Queen Sugar.

DuVernay pointed out that she wasn’t the first woman of color to be capable of directing such a feature.

Not the first capable of doing so. Not by a long shot. Thanks to @DisneyStudios for breaking this glass with me. 

DuVernay’s position as director of a major blockbuster is a positive point in an industry lacking in diversity. The 2016 Academy Awards were heavily criticized for a predominantly white slate of nominees. This is a problem that extends not only to the stories hitting theaters, but for the crews and professionals that work to create films. This is a solvable problem: scrolling through DuVernay’s Twitter feed shows off her efforts to create a more inclusive workplace. She broke through this particular glass ceiling, and will hopefully provide an example for others to follow.”

Read the full piece here

CONGRATULATIONS AVA!!!

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So if you lost at life, I’ll help make you a winner
If you’re and down out, I’ll point you up and in
And if you need the proof, just look at me, you sinner!
I am the king of sin

Jack as Jonas Nightingale works ok just listen pleas e

tonight i sat down near a woman at a grocery store and we got to talking and it turns out she’s the mother of both a local newscaster and a very successful entertainment journalist (who went to the same school i did) and she said some of the most inspiring and empowering things to me (a stranger!!!! for no reason at all!!!) and i feel like my veins are full of fuel and i’ve gotta get back in the game and work on my dreams like i gotta GET TO WORK!!! i’m in awe of the universe like here i am feeling like i have no compass and no place to start and by chance i am placed in the path of someone who immediately shows faith in me. i know this doesn’t translate well to some garbled text post. my point is that i feel invigorated and you never realize just how much wisdom is orbiting you on the regular. 

Ward isn’t dead

Good god. Everybody is like RIP Ward. RIP Skyeward. And then you all wonder why Skye gave up on Ward back in season 1? I hated that part and I think many of you probably too. I even had this Skye and Ward could run away idea back then, but nope she gave up on him -> Ward evil, the end.

And now most of the fandom does the same. Ward dead, the end.

Have a little faith.

And other than that…Maveth has to be killed at some point, then Brett and Ward would be gone…an O6 member would be gone…that means loosing tons of viewers. Without Ward the show is boring.

Last week I read someone saying that once upon a time it was said that Skyeward is endgame and they are writing up to the end of season 3. The person didn’t have any sources, but well…killing off a popular character from a popular ship with bad ratings? That’s stupidity.

By the end of the season Maveth will be dead and Ward alive. And in May I’m gonna say: I called it! Probably first…since everybody but me seems to be busy with mourning a character that isn’t dead yet.

We’re watching a show about agents and scientists. What do they need? Proof. Where is the proof he is dead? I didn’t see it, because it wasn’t fully confirmed.

Just a quick theory for example. Fitz killed ‘Will’ before Coulson killed Ward. So the spirit of Maveth was rushing out of Will before Ward was dead…which means he could’ve been posessed before he actually died.

Maveth only said Will died saving Jemma. He didn’t say that he killed him. Maveth probably possessed Will after he was dead, to fool Fitz. I mean think. It is an all knowing being…kinda…it was there before it posessed Will, so it doesn’t need a body, or used the dead astronauts. It probably took Will only because it ‘knew’ that Fitz was on the planet and it knew why Fitz was there, so it fooled him. I don’t think it posessed Will right when Jemma left. Now we know that it always possessed dead people, but what do we also know, that it drove people crazy. Did it? Maybe it inhabited living astronauts, to kill the others, or drive them insane. There is no proof that it can’t possess the living.

annaofaza replied to your postWatching Kingsman again, because Happy Birthday…

I just think Harry KNEW Eggsy from the start—and not just what was in his file. He’s the first one to believe in Eggsy, wholly and honestly, so their argument kills me because Harry DIDN’T MEAN WHAT HE SAID ABOUT IT ALL BEING FOR LEE. You liar, you.

I totally agree with you. He’s the first EVER to believe in Eggsy without reservation. And the first to show faith in him. To urge him to become the man he ALREADY IS, not some vague idea of who he should be.

And god their argument just tears me up, because they both know each other so well by that point (and all this without even really getting to spend much time together!) that they just KNOW the most hurtful words to say to make the other one bleed. I don’t believe for a second that Harry means it when he says it’s all just about repaying Lee. I do think it started out that way, when he first got that phone call, but I absolutely believe that by the end of their meeting in The Black Prince (and most likely even before then, during the cab ride that was filmed but we’ll probably never get to see – damn you Vaughn!), he had a profound change of heart.

It’s all about YOU, Eggsy. Only you.

And he’s not the only one. I just got to the scene where Eggsy walks in on a comatose Harry while Merlin and Arthur are talking, and the look on his face just breaks my heart. He cares SO MUCH already.

AND CONSIDER THIS

Harry’s just woken up from his coma, yeah? He asks Merlin to send Eggsy in to see him. And then HE ASKS WHAT EGGSY NAMED HIS DOG.

How else would he know JB’s name so soon after waking up? He wanted so much to know how Eggsy was doing, to find out how Eggsy had fared while he was out, that he thought to ask about something like that. So he could slip in that line about Eggsy’s training and then compliment him some more.

I swear, these two could not fuck me up any more.