I really need an “I CAN’T” button.
I really need an “I CAN’T” button.
Hahaha I can’t.
These are perfection.
The Santa Clause. ALWAYS.
Hahaha not sure about most of these but the Quinn one is spot-on.
She’s the worst.
I wanna eat it ALL
Fight the power! Even if it’s bleeped
It’s like something out of Eraserhead.
I have a mighty need for all of this.
I like this post. This post…is good.
I like how he went back to his cool “young teacher” glasses from his early years.
I hope Benedict Cumberbatch’s American accent improves…but whatever it’s Benedict Cumberbatch
Hottest couple on TV. Period.
This is out of control. I kinda love it but it’s so bizarre.
I would be really interested in hearing Rebeck’s thoughts on this past season. And keep doin’ what you’re doin’, Kate. I think you were professional and hopefully Rebeck can cut the snark and match that while not sugarcoating what she thinks of this season and what she would’ve done if she were still showrunner…and I don’t think sugarcoating will be a problem for her.
But seriously, really?
Salute Your Shorts is the perfect show. But where is Pete & Pete?
Too fucking true. I’m over most of the stuff and I’m actually glad I never had an American Girl doll. But the Barbie car still stings.
And the reasons just grow and grow for why I love Rosario Dawson.
I wholeheartedly disagree with this. As an ardent participant in multiple fandoms, fandom culture to me anyway is about community and sharing/enjoying a mutual interest with like minded individuals no different than sport fans or collectors of antiques or what not. Fandom culture’s influence on mass pop culture is but a product of the technological advances of the Internet that makes those voices, which were always there, merely louder to studios. Does that mean that they follow exactly what “fans” want? No because all fans want different things and the studios interpret that in a way that won’t satisfy everyone. The studios response to fandom culture is hit-or-miss but I argue that fanboys and fangirls are most receptive and interested in the innovative and unanticipated interpretations of their favorite cultural products. Take the Star Trek reboot, which has been embraced by both fans and the masses alike. In my experience, it’s all about quality. Respecting the original film/book/series doesn’t mean regurgitating the same stuff as the original. If the new thing is created with hard work, passion, and love, then it will be embraced by fans. Period.
I feel like the movie is definitely ambiguous aka I choose to believe it was real whereas the book could legitimately be hallucinations.
So you’re telling me Gotham City is basically just Camden if Camden had developed into a city more akin to Gotham than the one it is now? Head canon accepted…may or may not be due to the fact that I’m from Camden.
My reaction to anything related DWTS
Bed, Bath, and Beyond sits on a throne of lies.
Get it right, get it right.
The tiles. THE TILES!
I love Tumblr. Place of my people.
Was that a Star Wars reference at the end of the video?
“I need to go home and rethink my life.” Yes, it’s from Attack of the Clones but still.
I gotta say, Corbin Bleu is actually a good choice. But Donald Glover obvi.
This article is awesome. I heard Rebeck speak at a panel discussion after her play with Alan Rickman (it was good!). But she did not seem like a nice person. To an audience of aspiring film, TV, and theater people, she completely disparaged film and TV. And I thought “Uh, that’s funny. ‘Cause your show? You know the one on network TV. It’s my fave hate watching experience.”
Bill Murray is the best part of Space Jam. That movie still holds up.
I thought she was best dressed at the Globes. OBSESSED with the golden lace top.
These ads are too true.
This made me sad :( I just want a Nickelodeon Magazine…PLEASE