OMG I want all of these. Delishhh.
OMG I want all of these. Delishhh.
Emma Watson truly is the woman of the year. She’s accomplished so much at such a young age. She shows girls what to truly aspire to be: brilliant. She is the best role model for anyone, young and old, and because of this she remains grounded and it’s so incredibly inspiring. Incredible that she’s let us accompany her so closely on her journey to becoming such an amazing woman that it feels like a privilege to see her so young in the Harry Potter series. She’s come so far and she shows no signs of stopping. Love her!
Ron & Rufus 5ever
Everything about this gave me the feels. Love love love!!!
oh god thissss
That took QUITE the turn at the end hahahahaha
Shivers after each one. Probably won’t be sleeping tonight…
It’s actually really sad, but I wrote this list more for VA fans rather than anyone else. It’s sad because VA fans were so excited for the film, but the moment someone decided to change things (even with Richelle’s blessing), fans became incredibly protective of their world and their story. I understand how this is yet another YA fandom being potentially ruined, but we’ve been waiting years for this to happen (and for those that have been against it from the start, unfortunately the entertainment industry didn’t take their internet posts to heart). The best way to really go about this Vampire Academy movie is to either A) boycott it when it comes out and REFUSE to see it because it’s now a “teenie-bopper film made for 14-year-old girls and Mean Girls meets The Vampire Diaries lovers” or B) See it first, judge it later. Because no matter what people say now, it’s not going to stop the movie from being released, change the trailer, change the actors, or change anything. But if you WANT it to flop, then seriously. Don’t see it. Then you’ll never have to see another Vampire Academy film ever again.
I think you’re right, but I just want to bring up the idea that maybe the first movie is meant to be in contrast to the serious-dark-romance-drama’s that have hit the box offices and flopped à la “Mortal Instruments: City of Bones”. Something light humoured and funny might be what will set Vampire Academy: Blood Sisters apart. Despite it not being 100% loyal to the book, Vampire Academy’s as the first book does present some fantastic one liners and is simply the lightest of all of the books. Look at Harry Potter for instance - the Philosopher’s Stone (or Sorcerer’s Stone if you’re from the U.S.) wasn’t nearly as serious as Deathly Hallows. I’m not comparing VA to HP, just simply the seriousness of it all and how the audience had the chance to grow with the characters and really engage with them as they grew. Just because Vampire Academy’s trailer has yet to present anything really “serious” or “dramatic” like in the books doesn’t mean it won’t be present in the movie. Trailer’s are only snippets, and it’s up to the real Vampire Academy fans to really give the movie a chance before writing it off. With 13 I was merely mentioning the idea that it was going to be fun. Once everyone’s drawn in with the charm and with of the characters, they’ll really explore the intensity of Richelle Mead’s world and her characters. But if it’s like that to begin with, who’s going to want to go see yet ANOTHER YA book adaptation?
The age difference thing I can understand (note: not calling him a rapist, that I think is superfluous), but the whole “Oh God, he’s so ugly, why would she ever date him?” makes me lose faith in this generation and their ability to really see beyond appearances for the most part. So what if someone doesn’t look “celebrity level gorgeous”? If you’ve been pining after Justin Bieber or One Direction, you should probably be HAPPY with Lorde & Lowe’s relationship (L&L lol) instead of bashing him. Shouldn’t it give them hope for themselves? Think of it this way, I’m not saying they’re ugly (to be honest, they’re probably just as good looking as the rest of the world myself included [again not saying I’m good looking in the slightest]) but these girls (mostly) on par with his attractiveness (and I would also like to emphasize the subjectivity in finding someone attractive, not to mention the deeper connection involved in a relationship that doesn’t solely depend on looks). So, if they see themselves as “Mrs. Bieber or Mrs. Styles” then it’s very likely this is the kind of reaction people will have to them in the long haul. “Why are they dating someone who looks so… so NORMAL?” Or maybe they’ll even lack all forms of decency and bring out racism, no matter who you are or where you come from. It’s upsetting I needed to post on this (and of course, add to the already heated discussion), but seeing as this kind of prejudice or hatred towards someone ‘normal’ dating a celebrity, let alone the issue of race being brought up, it only felt decent to face the issue head on.
I am literally dying. Watching this repeatedly.
This is oddly very specific.