You’ll never hate the Percy Jackson movies like Rick Riordan hates them
This is part one of me coping with “Deadpool Kills the Marvel Universe”.
There’s a longer version but nyeeeeh I’m drunk
in the longer version they make out dont they mandy
oops you found me out…
Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert battle for title of World’s Biggest Star Wars Fan — x
"Family gatherings" aka "90% of the people here are racist"
"and claim to be none of these things"
"they’re just joking"
"you’re just going through a phase"
"you’ll get used to it"
"so do you have a boyfriend yet?"
Jared and Jensen at the CW Red Bull Soapbox Race
Emily Blunt talking about repeatedly killing Tom Cruise in "Edge of Tomorrow" (x)
robert downey jr: prop thief extraordinaire
PLEASE LET THERE BE SUNDRESSES
Supernatural Season 10 is going to be a definite high note for fans. Quite literally, in fact, if executive producer Jeremy Carver has anything to do with it.
When speaking with Cinefilles and another journalist after a 2014 Television Critics Association Summer Press Tour panel on Friday, Carver revealed that there may be a musical tone to one particularly important episode this season.
“We have one episode right in the middle there, No. 5, which is our 200th episode which, I think, will be one of the more amusing and engaging episode in a while,” he explained when asked about whether the show can go lighthearted with Dean in demon mode. “I think we can safely call this a meta episode.”
He added, “I would just describe it as something of a love letter to our fans. And there will be songs.”
Immediately, the question was posed as to whether Jensen Ackles and Jared Padalecki would be singing in the episode, and Carver responded with “I can’t comment.” He did say there is potential for dancing, though, and there definitely will be multiple numbers featured within the episode, featuring a mix of original and cover tracks (classic rock for the boys, we’d imagine).
“It’s gonna be real fun,” he said from the TCA stage at the Beverly Hills Hilton. “I think it’s a real celebration of the show and the fans of the show.” (x)