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
pointy!batch - SDCC 2014 edition.
What lessons do you hope your sons get out of watching The Normal Heart? [x]
• thousand-yard stare
1. a vacant or unfocused gaze into the distance, seen as characteristic of a war-weary or traumatized soldier.
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’m going to miss this
Who would have thought he hated Twilight so much?
He hates Twilight more than Stephen King.
I don’t want to end up like my father, Peter. Please.