Is there a problem, officer?

As Luke gets stronger in the Force, Obi-Wan becomes more material to him. [Return of the Jedi] is the clearest we’ve ever seen a Force ghost. In A New Hope, he was just a voice. In the beginning of The Empire Strikes Back, […] you could barely see him. At the end of The Empire Strikes Back, you saw him a lot more clearer. And [in Return of the Jedi], we see him clearer still. And that, I believe, is because Luke, his ability to perceive these things is increasing. He can now see these things. He can feel these things. He’s stronger in the Force. - Sam Witwer (Rebel Force Radio Film Commentary for Return of the Jedi)

Fan: The three of you seem really close, but I was wondering if you could tell us the best quality and most annoying habit of each other. [x]

the scene in the hospital wasn’t in the original script. that scene was added, and i think that scene is so important to understand allison mind-set moving forward, because you see her as this, you know, this sort of sweet, naive girl and then and then something massive happens. -crystal reed

bencdaily:

pointy!batch - SDCC 2014 edition.

What lessons do you hope your sons get out of watching The Normal Heart? [x]

tagged → #matt bomer

verysharpteeth:

thousand-yard stare
    noun
    1. a vacant or unfocused gaze into the distance, seen as characteristic of a war-weary or traumatized soldier.

fandom-monster:

mybrainisallovertheplace:

lorasueee082011:

aplacecalledorange:

I think we should all celebrate by taking a moment to appreciate Robert Pattinson’s attitude and I’m laughing so much right now.

JUST ALL THAT HE IS.

I mean 

LOOK

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Robert Pattinson’s ‘Twilight’ commentary.

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I just

I’m going to miss this

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Who would have thought he hated Twilight so much?

This guy.

He hates Twilight more than Stephen King. 

tagged → #dane dehaan
I don’t want to end up like my father, Peter. Please.
tagged → #chris evans