Your turn, Barbie.


so i borrowed lauffie's costume as a stand-in Sakura to help complete Team Seven for OzCC but i never signed up to do the naruto run i can’t believe Max Ly wanted to photograph us doing the naruto run


Eva Green | “300: Rise Of An Empire” Press Conference



photos by mark bridger (more deer posts)


Number XIII: Roxas. A boy, newly aware of himself. His light shines as bright and as brief as the setting sun. 

wayward-wayfinder and annie--s asked: Sora or Roxas



but les amis living in a house and adopting three baby kitties and naming them égalité, liberté, and fraternité

(via subcourfeyrac)

Who has been your biggest mentor on the show?
Nat Dormer. I can ask her the most stupid embarrassing questions. I’ll be like “so what does it feel like to be in love?” and she will tell me and give advice. She’s probably my biggest mentor just in general life.

Anonymous asked: Jem having a really bad day and crying and being really in need of a hug so she goes to Kieren's room but it turns out only Simon's there because Kieren's gone out to get milk and so Jem turns to leave but Simon stops her and awkwardly guides her to to the bed and tried to comfort her and at first Jem's really hesitant but then she lets him and in the end Kieren comes back to find her curled up next to Simon and Simon reading to her like Kieren does for him when he's upset.


kill me.

after everything you’ve done for us… maybe they don’t want to admit it, but, without you, none of this would have happened. you listened when no one else would.


Imagine your OTP in the golden age of piracy, as captains of rival crews, who must work together after a shipwreck.


I’m going to prove that in this world.. Heroes do exist!


consider the following:

  • an abused little orphan girl gets a letter telling her that she’s been invited to a school for witches in training, and on the train to school she meets a little girl with red hair and freckles and another little girl with big bushy hair who talks a mile a minute, and they all become the best of friends.
  • an intelligent, impetuous teenage girl growing up on a dry, dusty planet longs to enrol in the imperial academy and become a pilot, but her aunt insists that she needs her to help out on the farm. one day, while cleaning what she thinks is old farm equipment, she uncovers a strange holographic recording which mentions a mysterious old woman who lives as a hermit in the hills by the farm. she seeks out the old woman, and the old woman reveals her destiny to her: she is a warrior, like her late mother before her, and it’s up to her to save the universe from the clutches of the evil woman who murdered her mother - and also try to get her new best friend to stop indiscriminately shooting at aliens in bars and learn to control her trigger finger, for god’s sake.
  • she’s a fabulously wealthy business magnate who lives in a stately mansion overlooking the city. she’s brilliant, absolutely unparalleled in her intelligence and business acumen, but some say that she never truly recovered from witnessing the murder of her parents as a child. and they’d be right. unbeknownst to the public, her mansion houses billions of dollars in military-grade weaponry, which she puts to good use whenever she ventures into the depths of the city to weed out villainy.

these stories don’t magically become less compelling when they’re helmed by women, so why does virtually all culturally iconic media insist on relegating women to supporting roles?