April 17th, 2014

merlin-the-last-dragon-lord:

The Hobbit The Desolation of Smaug EXTRAS.

 I AM LAUGHING SO HARD RN :’)

Haha Tessa! We need to sit down and watch TDOS extras!

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April 7th, 2014
latimes:

"When I open a refrigerator door and the light goes on, I want to perform."
Mickey Rooney, one of the top Hollywood stars of the 1930s and ’40s, has died at 93.
Rooney’s career as a performer began when he was just a toddler; high points included 15 appearances as the title character in the popular “Andy Hardy” films, a series of movie musicals with Judy Garland and a costarring role alongside a young Elizabeth Taylor in “National Velvet.” Into his 80s, he was touring in a 2-person show with his wife, Jan Chamberlin. At age 90, he testified before Congress on the issue of elder abuse, which he said he had experienced personally.
“Tennessee Williams, who knew more about actors than anybody in our time … said, ‘There’s only one great actor in the United States and that is Mickey Rooney…. He can do anything. He sings, he dances, he can make you weep. He can play tragedy, he can play comedy,’” author Gore Vidal once said.
He’s shown here watching Judy Garland put her handprints in the cement at the theater then known as Grauman’s in 1939. This photo was published in the L.A. TImes on Oct. 25, 1939.
Photo: UCLA Library / Los Angeles Times

latimes:

"When I open a refrigerator door and the light goes on, I want to perform."

Mickey Rooney, one of the top Hollywood stars of the 1930s and ’40s, has died at 93.

Rooney’s career as a performer began when he was just a toddler; high points included 15 appearances as the title character in the popular “Andy Hardy” films, a series of movie musicals with Judy Garland and a costarring role alongside a young Elizabeth Taylor in “National Velvet.” Into his 80s, he was touring in a 2-person show with his wife, Jan Chamberlin. At age 90, he testified before Congress on the issue of elder abuse, which he said he had experienced personally.

“Tennessee Williams, who knew more about actors than anybody in our time … said, ‘There’s only one great actor in the United States and that is Mickey Rooney…. He can do anything. He sings, he dances, he can make you weep. He can play tragedy, he can play comedy,’” author Gore Vidal once said.

He’s shown here watching Judy Garland put her handprints in the cement at the theater then known as Grauman’s in 1939. This photo was published in the L.A. TImes on Oct. 25, 1939.

Photo: UCLA Library / Los Angeles Times

R.I.P. Mickey Rooney (September 23rd 1920 - April 6th 2014)

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January 30th, 2014

HAPPY BIRTHDAY MGM! 

January 9th, 2014
  • the hobbit: pUT THE FUCKING RING ON
  • lotr: doNT PUT THE FUCKING RING ON
January 6th, 2014
I feel like I’ve forgotten how to breathe out.
Me after watching The Sign of Three
January 5th, 2014

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cupcakeheartagramseleven:

mshieldster:

ANDERSON THOUGHT SHERLOCK FAKED HIS DEATH VIA TARDIS

just when i thought it couldn’t be anymore like fanfiction

cupcakeheartagramseleven:

mshieldster:

ANDERSON THOUGHT SHERLOCK FAKED HIS DEATH VIA TARDIS

just when i thought it couldn’t be anymore like fanfiction

(via spookyfiretruckingcupcake)

zeldasboyfriend:

I can’t believe this

zeldasboyfriend:

I can’t believe this

chickiepie:

Sherlock S3E1: “We Read Your Theories and Fanfiction”

marymorstran:

"i asked you to stop being dead"

"i heard you"

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(Source: marymorstranhasmoved)

sherlock:

bbcone:

Tumblr, are you okay?

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January 1st, 2014
December 27th, 2013

sheepishfox:

fandommember:

ohaiitsarielle:

Can we take a minute to appreciate that Clara fucking Jack Harknesse’d the TARDIS?

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and that jack died after doing that. 

the tardis knew jack would just come back. she was late for 300 years because she was being gentle with clara.

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