Have your co-stars treated you differently since you’ve won an oscar?
I laughed more than I should have. The accurateness of this gif is like 2000%
Favourite Onscreen Couples:
No. 4- Joey & Pacey, Dawson’s Creek
“My whole life, Joey, my whole life you have been the most beautiful thing in my orbit. And my feelings for you were what proved to me that I could be great. And those feelings were stronger and were wiser and more persistent and more resilient than anything else about me. When I was afraid of everything, I was never afraid to love you, and I could love you again. I could.” -Pacey
“It’s about you carrying my bag off the bus yesterday. It’s about how at the movies, when you get the popcorn you bring me a napkin so I don’t have to wipe the butter on my jeans. Or how last week, at miniature golf, you made sure you always shot first so I could see which path worked best…. You taught me to drive. You knew the bracelet I wore to the prom last year was my mother’s. You kissed me first sweetheart and you counted to ten before you kissed me again in case I wanted to stop you. You…you bought a wall for me…. Three months alone on a boat and you understood without a word why I wasn’t ready…. Do you really have to ask now why I am? So… in about ten seconds, I’m going to start kissing you. And if you don’t want me to… well, then I guess you’re just gonna have to stop me.” -Joey
Angelina Jolie had a double mastectomy, in case you hadn’t heard. How dare she remove those ticking time bombs from her chest, amiright? Like, hasn’t she learned by now that her body is public domain and we all get to vote on what she does with it? Sheesh, how selfish can ya get.
“Ironically there are the most gay men and women on television represented in the United States at the moment, from around the world and any other country. But they’re all represented in one way; they’re all stereotypes. My big thing is that, although we are diverse in the group of people that we are in that community, there is diversity.
We’re not all the same.”
While I can appreciate that fiction is, after all, just fiction. I also believe any art is meaningless unless there are those that FEEL it. In their bones, their veins, with every breath they take. Authors know that, most of them. They write for their readers, for the most part. It’s not so much the private musings in a diary as “come, let me share this wonderful idea with you.”
So you can imagine my surprise at the way some dedicated fans are being treated right now. That they are being painted as unhinged psychopaths.
I see everyone rushing to defend the author… but… why not the readers? And I’m not talking about the FEW psychos SUPPOSEDLY sending her death threats (I have not seen proof of a single one…) I’m talking about the betrayed and the heartbroken. The rightfully angry ones. Is this one of those “celebrities are above the law” things? The “poor” famous person.. all her
cash cowsreaders are being SOOOO mean to her. Um… right… Charlaine Harris goes on about the virulent hatred and anger and ugliness… and surprisingly she isn’t talking about her sad excuse of a book. She’s talking about her readers.
Let me say that again. Her readers. The ones who have gone around buying her books for the last decade or so. And loving them, enjoying them, being emotionally invested in them. I would think it was an author’s dream if their books were loved with this much passion! And I have seen authors who are amazing to their readers. This contempt for her readers, saying they are “entitled”… it’s terrible of her.
I cringed a little when she threw a little public pity party because one of her books ended up on a list of the worst books of that year. Mind you, ONE book on ONE list. It showed her emotional maturity I think… that she couldn’t take it. How many authors have been on those lists? How many have publicly whined about it? No, seriously, tell me? I’m curious. And her constant cry of “help! I’m the victim!” in the past few weeks has been very off putting. Falsely accusing a reader of spoiling the ending out of MALICE was equally bad. When she should have blamed the booksellers if anyone. And burying her head in the sand to avoid the controversy she knew was coming… weak.
I, for one, am glad she has ended these. And the way she has, has effectively killed any passion I might have once had for any of her characters (now strangers to me since DEA). Like someone in a review said, I now care about her characters just as much as she now seems to.
This x a million.
That first moment…Mark just hesitantly initiates the hug, uncertain of its reception.
Then next Tom realizes the hug is going down and does that…what do you even call that slapping motion? The “hell yeah bro put your hands around my waist locking you in” move?
Then they start swaying. Swaying. What the fuck, guys.
And then they finish off by giggling like schoolgirls as they hug-crab-walk away. I cannot dissect down far enough to explain the cute-ception that I’m being plagued with by these men.
i am endlessly amused because these two play my muses of choice in MCU lol.