Hello there, friend! My name is Monica! I am 16 and live in the U.S! I'm just a average fangirl blogging about a great british actor. But then again, I'm really random.
And I noticed something…
so this is the first time we see the king of Atlantis, right?
Then he says this while his wife is drawn into the heart of Atlantis:
Notice how he’s not looking away. The next time we see the king, he is blind.
DOES THIS MEAN HE LOOKED INTO THE HEART OF ATLANTIS, RISKED LOSING HIS SIGHT, JUST SO HE COULD SEE HIS WIFE ONE LAST TIME??????
JUST FUCKING STOP RIGHT THERE
CANT STOP WONT STOP
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The final mileage is as follows (based on the trip calculator at http://www.distancescalculator.com/):
Miles traveled in the Impala by season:
Total mileage for the first 8 seasons on the Impala: 178,282.
However, in season 1 we see the Impala’s odometer, and it has 70,098 miles showing on it in. If we subtract the known mileage from before that episode, when Dean first visited Sam at Stanford, his odometer probably read somewhere near 58,081, for a total of 236,363.
But the odometer on the Impala only has 5 digits, so we have to assume that it has turned over a few times, with John and Dean driving it for hunting purposes since 1984.
If we average the mileage per year we get a mean of about 22,285. If we assume that kind of mileage since 1984 (minus a few years for things like Dean parking it in Indiana for a year, etc.), the Impala probably has around 534,846 miles on it. Give or take. And this is just known highway mileage, not including driving within cities.
I fucking love this.
UGH I WANTED THIS SCENE IN THE FARKING MOVIE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Ugh, god look at Loki’s smile. This moment was the last time he genuinely smiled without pain. And the smile was a shared one, with his brother … You just know they’ve done stupid shit like this before, regardless of whether or not Loki tricked Thor into it. It just never crossed anyone’s minds that that this particular foolhardy adventure could spiral into an eternal tragedy.
And the end result is this:
Loki. Loki. Loki
I wonder if the interviewer was like, can I have a taste from your lips
I just want to watch him eat things. Chocolates, raw oysters, ice cream cones, spaghetti, my pussy..
God! Could you Imagine those baby blues…looking up at you from between your legs?!
You mean have I? Like today? Like in the last 10 minutes? Like right this second?
Yes to all.
Oh fucking hell, the eyebrow thing….and that silver tongue….
Yes I have had that happen to me before.
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It’s interesting, because I used to look up for inspiration, like every actor does, to people like Daniel Day-Lewis, Robert De Niro, Ken Branagh… Now I look sideways. I worked with Benedict Cumberbatch on War Horse, then he went off to do Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy. He was so good. I was so proud to call him my friend — it’s one of the most electrifying performances by an actor this year. Tom Hardy — he’s doing things that I think no British actor has ever done. His performance in Warrior was visceral, pure and muscular, and it made me cry. Michael Fassbender has had an annus mirabilis with A Dangerous Method and his studio breakthrough in X-Men: First Class, where, hands down, he and James McAvoy were the best things in it. His work is just astonishing. (x)(x)